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Stadtlogistik - Interessen „statt Logistik“?
Hatzfeld, Ulrich; Hesse, Markus
1994In Internationales Verkehrswesen, 46 (11), p. 646-653
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Keywords :
City logistics; urban planning; transport planning
Abstract :
[en] The paper was one of the early attempts to address and conceptualise inner-city distribution logistics (aka city logistics), that is, the attempt to introduce collaborative modes of goods delivery in urban areas. Different from classical transport studies and engineering approaches, this paper particularly emphasises the role of individual (stakeholder) interests, which represent a major determinant of (and often barrier to) any such collaborative policy schemes. Given the recent calls for introducing a renewed city logistics in the context of e-commerce and the associated rise of last-mile deliveries, it might be wise to include a related perspective on single and collective rationalities, aims and objectives. This was the main reason to bury the 25 yrs-old paper from the archives.
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Human geography & demography
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Hatzfeld, Ulrich
Hesse, Markus  ;  University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Identités, Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces (IPSE)
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Stadtlogistik - Interessen „statt Logistik“?
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Internationales Verkehrswesen
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