Diego Vega
Diego Vega
Deputy Director, HUMLOG Institute, Hanken School of Economics
Verified email at hanken.fi
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Humanitarian logistics: the role of logistics service providers
D Vega, C Roussat
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 2015
822015
Green logistics in temporary organizations: a paradox? Learnings from the humanitarian context
F Eng-Larsson, D Vega
Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal 12 (2), 128-139, 2011
242011
Case studies in humanitarian logistics research
D Vega
Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management, 2018
192018
L'assemblage de réseaux et de chaînes logistiques comme nouvelle forme de collaboration
F Pellegrin-Romeggio, D Vega
Revue française de gestion, 91-105, 2014
82014
Toward a conceptualization of humanitarian service providers
D Vega, C Roussat
The International Journal of Logistics Management, 2019
7*2019
The relevance of a multiple view to embrace complexity of humanitarian relief operations
D Vega, N Fabbe-Costes
The 23rd Nofoma Conference Proceedings, Harstad University College, Norway, 9-10, 2011
62011
Using key supplier relationship management to enable supply chain risk management in the automotive industry
L Eber, D Vega, DB Grant
Journal of Supply Chain Management: Research and Practice 13 (1), 14-14, 2019
32019
Identifying competences and their sources in a not-for-profit organization: the case of a humanitarian relief organization
D Vega, R Sanchez
Mid-Range Management Theory: Competence Perspectives on Modularity and …, 2017
22017
Combination as the key competence for the dynamic assembly of temporary networks: the role of the pivot-assembler
F Pellegrin-Romeggio, D Vega
A Focused Issue on Building New Competences in Dynamic Environments, 2014
22014
Conducting in-depth case studies in humanitarian logistics: The case of MSF
D Vega
The Palgrave Handbook of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management …, 2018
12018
Exploring logistics competences and capabilities in not-for-profit environments: The case of Médecins Sans Frontières
D Vega
Supply Chain Management for Humanitarians: Tools for Practice, 20-43, 2016
12016
Jay Wright Forrester: une première esquisse du Supply Chain Management
A Rouquet, C Roussat, D Vega
Les Grands Auteurs en Logistique et Supply Chain Management, 79-93, 2016
12016
Profit Vs. Not-for-Profit: Logistics Service Providers (LSP) and Humanitarian relief
D Vega, C Roussat, N Fabbe-Costes
HAL Post-Print, 2020
2020
Logistics Service Providers in Humanitarian Relief: New Kids on the Block
D Vega, C Roussat, G Kovacs
32nd NOFOMA Conference 2020, 2020
2020
Dynamic assembling in project networks: Learnings from the humanitarian context
D Vega
IEEE Engineering Management Review 47 (4), 137-142, 2019
2019
Introduction au dossier thématique «Logistique humanitaire»
C Roussat, D Vega
Logistique & Management 26 (3), 139-140, 2018
2018
Why some NGOs perform better than the others?
SP Venkatesan, D Vega
NOFOMA-Book of Abstracts, 78-78, 2018
2018
Logistics competency for humanitarian relief: The case of Médecins Sans Frontières
D Vega
Supply Chain Management for Humanitarians: Tools for Practice, 301-310, 2016
2016
DE L’INTEGRATION DE LA LOGISTIQUE DANS L’ORGANISATION AUX ORGANISATIONS ORIENTEES LOGISTIQUES
A Rouquet, D Vega
Revue Française de Gestion Industrielle 34 (3), 39-53, 2015
2015
TOWARDS A PROJECT PROFILING TOOL FOR HUMANITARIAN LOGISTICS
D Vega, N Fabbe-Costes
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