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Record number 562119
Title Cross-sector humanitarian–business partnerships in managing humanitarian logistics : An empirical verification
Author(s) Nurmala, N.; Vries, Jelle de; Leeuw, Sander de
Source International Journal of Production Research 56 (2018)21. - ISSN 0020-7543 - p. 6842 - 6858.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2018.1449977
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) Content analysis - Cross-sector partnerships - Humanitarian logistics - Humanitarian-business partnerships - Typology
Abstract

Cross-Sector humanitarian–business partnerships in managing humanitarian logistics comprise a key discussion topic in literature, yet empirical validations of these partnerships are lacking to date. This paper aims to develop a typological framework for humanitarian–business partnerships in managing humanitarian logistics and to empirically verify this typology with a data-set using content analysis. The results show that the amounts of partnerships developed between the business sector and the humanitarian sector in managing humanitarian logistics is still limited and these partnerships are not widely publicised. The research furthermore shows that financial contributions comprise the most common type of resource delivered by the business sector when it comes to partnerships with the humanitarian sector focused on managing humanitarian logistics. It is also interesting to note that the majority of partnerships in our sample are dyadic in nature, managed by a single humanitarian organisation and a single business corporation. Furthermore, we find that most of the partnerships target support for natural disaster emergency relief operations and mainly focus on disaster response.

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