Logistics & Sustainable Transport
1 Issue per year
1. Theoretical, empirical and policy analyses on management, operation and performance in logistics and supply-chain management;
2. Environmental and social / equity impacts on freight and passenger transport and implications of movement on cost and movement, capacity, demand, pricing, externalities;
3. Efficiency of freight and passenger transport;
4. Impact of driving forces (i.e. transport volume, modal split, technology, efficiency), on freight and passenger transport, its social, economic, environmental and ecologic impacts on society.
5. Impacts of policy instruments (e.g. prices, regulations, infrastructure policy) on these driving forces, the efficiency of transport and its impact on society.
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Aims and Scope
Why subscribe and read
The journal of Logistics & sustainable transport publishes informative and analytical international scientific and professional articles in the field of logistics and sustainable transport. Subject areas include logistics and related transport infrastructure, technological, operational, economic, and other environmental, social and institutional issues. This scope makes the journal inter- and multidisciplinary and in particular, a convenient source of information for logistics and transport researchers, planners, practitioners and policy makers at different - local, national and international levels, and across disciplines such as technology design, planning, implementation, management, policy-making, social, economic and environmental regulation.
The journal publishes articles that reflect the concerns of government policy, industry and academia, their views on developments such as changes in the global supply chains as well as on the impact of increased mobility of freight and passengers. The subject areas at the same time address issues such as the environment, efficiency and equity.
a. The impacts of goods transport and logistics on society, including economic, ecologic and social effects.
b. The efficiency of passenger and freight transport, and the abovementioned impacts on society.
c. Sustainability of transport and logistics.
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Borut Jereb, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Deputy/ Managing Editor
Vesna Mia Ipavec, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Editorial Advisory Board
Martina Blaskova, University of Zilina, Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, Slovak Republic
Marija Boban, University of Split, Faculty of Law, Croatia
Anna Brdulak, Wroclaw School of Banking, Poland
Marek Čech, University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Economics, Czech Republic
Dragan Čišić, University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies, Croatia
Tina Cvahte, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Davor Dujak, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Economics in Osijek, Croatia
Dejan Dragan, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Brigita Gajšek, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Aleksandra Górecka, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Poland
Roman Gumzej, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Manuela Ingaldi, Czestochowa University of Technology, Faculty of Management, Poland
Klemen Prah, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Miroslava Rakovska, University of National and World Economy, Economics of Infrastructure Faculty, Bulgaria
Max Regenfelder, University of Stuttgart, Graduate School of Excellence advanced Manufacturing Engineering, Germany
Tomáš Skrúcaný, University of Zilina, Faculty of Operation and Economics of Transport and Communications, Slovakia
Darja Topolšek, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Alina Verseckiene, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Faculty of Transport Engineering, Lithuania
Martin Vlkovský, University of Defence, Faculty of Military Leadership, Czech Republic
Damir Vrančič, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Igor Jakomin, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transportation, Slovenia
Veselin Drašković, University of Montenegro, Faculty of Maritime Studies, Montenegro
Manca Zrinski, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
Vid Mlejnik, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Slovenia
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