The Council of Logistics Management has published the second issue (Volume 23, Number 2) of the 2002 Journal of Business Logistics. This issue contains these articles:
Logistics Strategy — Revisited, by Michael A McGinnis of Pennsylvania State University, and Jonathan W Kohn of Shippensburg University.
Customer-Based Measures of Inventory Availability, by Walter Zinn of Ohio State University, John T Mentzer of the University of Tennessee, and Keely L Croxton of Ohio State University.
Measuring and Managing the Learning Requirements of Route Reoptimization on Delivery Vehicle Drivers, by Michael A Haughton of Wilfrid Laurier University.
Information Support for Alliances: Performance Implications, by Judith M Whipple of Michigan State University, Robert Frankel of East Carolina University, and Patricia J Daugherty of the University of Oklahoma.
A Summary and Analysis of Multi-Item Scales Used in Logistics Research, by Scott B Keller of Michigan State University, Katrina Savitskie of the University of Memphis, Theodore P Stank and Daniel F Lynch both of Michigan State University, and Alexander E Ellinger of the University of Alabama.
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