PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to provide insight on high-interest areas of research in defense-related logistics and supply chain management and opportunities for advancing theory and practice in this domain.Design/methodology/approachA panel of experts provided their insight to several questions oriented toward examining research opportunities and gaps in defense logistics research at the 2018 Academic Research Symposium of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals annual conference on September 30, 2018.FindingsThree overarching themes emerged from the panel discussion for advancing theory and practice in defense logistics and supply chain management, which are developing a central repository, creating publication opportunities and integrating research practice and knowledge with the greater academic community.Originality/valueLogistics and supply chain research is critical for advancing knowledge and practice in the military, as well as industrial settings. The intention in this manuscript is to provide scholars and practitioners in both settings greater awareness and potential avenues for developing synergies and processes for advancing logistics and supply chain research.
Journal of Defense Analytics and Logistics
Zsidisin, George; Bresler, Amanda; Hazen, Ben; Snider, Keith; and Wilkerson, Taylor, "Research in defense logistics: where are we and where are we going?" (2020). College of Business Administration Faculty Works. 8.
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