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Bridging individual and organizational resilience: A multilevel perspective

M. Hinterplattner - Bridging individual and organizational resilience: A multilevel perspective - Southeast Decision Sciences Institute , Savannah, United States of America, 2019, pp. 1-14
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Acceptance of LNG as an alternative fuel: Determinants and policy implications

S. Pfoser, O. Schauer, Y. Costa - Acceptance of LNG as an alternative fuel: Determinants and policy implications - ENERGY POLICY, Vol. 120, No. 2018, 2018, pp. 259-267
The transport sector causes substantial greenhouse gas emissions and is responsible for the climate change and global warming. Introducing Liquefied Natural...   more
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Quattromodal hubs: relevance for freight traffic in research and practice

C. Berkowitsch, A. Breinbauer, S. Eitler, B. Ennser, G. Hauger, B. Heilmann, G. Lenz, K. Markvica, M. Nagler, S. Pfoser, M. Prandtstetter, L. Putz, O. Schauer, R. Schodl, M. Wanjek, J. Zajicek - Quattromodal hubs: relevance for freight traffic in research and practice - TU Verlag, 2018
The combination of four modes of transport (water, rail, road and air) to multimodal transportation networks is still a peripheral issue with many unknowns....   more
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Impact of Organizational Capabilities on Supply Chain Resilience: An Empirical Investigation

I. Manuj, M. Herburger, M. Gerschberger - Impact of Organizational Capabilities on Supply Chain Resilience: An Empirical Investigation - Proceedings of the 25th EurOMA conference, Budapest, Hungary, 2018, pp. 8
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Barriers to managing cyber risks in supply chains

M. Herburger, A. Omar, L. Mayr, M. Gerschberger - Barriers to managing cyber risks in supply chains - 13th European Research Seminar (ERS CSCMP) 2018, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 2018, pp. 18
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Supply chain complexity management – an industry perspective

P. Freinberger, M. Gerschberger, F. Nilsson, L. Förster - Supply chain complexity management – an industry perspective - CSCMP 2018, Nashville, United States of America, 2018, pp. 5
The competitive pressure on grocery retailers is increasing. Higher number of product variants and store brands, e-commerce and digitization, increasing...   more
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Teaching 4.0. Teaching in the VUCA world

T. Wallner, G. Wagner - Teaching 4.0. Teaching in the VUCA world - 4th Day of Teaching, Linz, Austria, 2018
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Establishing a Physical Internet Test Region - Learnings from ATROPINE

M. Kalt, P. Brandtner, M. Plasch, O. Schauer - Establishing a Physical Internet Test Region - Learnings from ATROPINE - Proceedings of the 5th International Physical Internet Conference (IPIC 2018), Groningen/NL, Netherlands, 2018, pp. 9
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Promoting Eco-Friendly Transport in Higher Logistics Education in Europe: A Cross-Cultural Comparison

E. Jung, L. Putz, J. Freiberger, L. Wesp, O. Schauer - Promoting Eco-Friendly Transport in Higher Logistics Education in Europe: A Cross-Cultural Comparison - Proceedings Cross-Cultural Business Conference 2018, Steyr, Austria, 2018
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Investigating the relationship between regional logistics infrastructure and regional GDP

M. Winter, I. Manuj, M. Gerschberger, F. Staberhofer - Investigating the relationship between regional logistics infrastructure and regional GDP - Proceedings of the 25th EurOMA conference, Budapest, Hungary, 2018, pp. 1-10
Many indices (e.g., Logistics Performance Index) provide a framework for evaluating the relative standing of countries in terms of infrastructure quality and...   more
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Port Community Systems as a technology to orchestrate synchromodal ports

S. Pfoser, E. Jung, M. Plasch - Port Community Systems as a technology to orchestrate synchromodal ports - Proceedings of the 5th International Physical Internet Conference (IPIC 2018), Groningen/NL, Netherlands, 2018, pp. 1
Synchromodality is a logistics concept which strives to increase the share of sustainable transport modes. In synchromodal transport chains, real-time...   more
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What makes synchromodal transport competitive? A review of mode choice preferences

S. Pfoser, L. Putz - What makes synchromodal transport competitive? A review of mode choice preferences - Book of Abstracts 1st Workshop on Value and Competitiveness in Logistics (VCL2018), Copenhagen, Denmark, 2018, pp. 11-14
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On the Development of a Sustainable and Fit-for-the-Future Transportation Network

K. Markvica, B. Hu, M. Prandtstetter, U. Ritzinger, J. Zajicek, C. Berkowitsch, G. Hauger, S. Pfoser, T. Berger, S. Eitler, R. Schodl - On the Development of a Sustainable and Fit-for-the-Future Transportation Network - Infrastructures, Vol. 23, No. 3, 2018, pp. 10
Population growth in cities and expanding city territory as well as population decline in rural areas pose a challenge for the existing transport network....   more
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Innovative Means of Cargo Transport: A Scalable Method for Estimating Regional Impacts

R. Schodl, S. Eitler, B. Ennser, A. Breinbauer, B. Hu, K. Markvica, M. Prandtstetter, J. Zajicek, T. Berger, S. Pfoser, C. Berkowitsch, G. Hauger - Innovative Means of Cargo Transport: A Scalable Method for Estimating Regional Impacts - Transportation Research Procedia, 2018, pp. 342-349
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The Inverted Classroom Model and dealing with heterogeneous needs

G. Schutti-Pfeil, G. Wagner - The Inverted Classroom Model and dealing with heterogeneous needs - Inverted Classroom, Sankt Pölten, Austria, 2018, pp. 199-208
n this article, examples of the inverted classroom model (ICM) at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria are described in various settings, as well...   more
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PREDICTING THE STABILITY OF THE PURCHASE-TO-PAY PROCESS

M. Winter, M. Gerschberger - PREDICTING THE STABILITY OF THE PURCHASE-TO-PAY PROCESS - CSCMP 2018, Nashville, United States of America, 2018
ABSTRACT In Supply Chain Management, there is still unused potential in the exploitation of data being gathered by companies. An open question is the...   more
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Successful teaching with Inverted Classroom - evolution of a teaching concept in response to heterogeneous needs

G. Wagner - Successful teaching with Inverted Classroom - evolution of a teaching concept in response to heterogeneous needs - 6th FH Upper Austria Teaching Day, Linz, Austria, 2018
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The concept of quattromodal hubs

G. Hauger, M. Wanjek, C. Berkowitsch, S. Pfoser, O. Schauer, L. Putz, R. Schodl, S. Eitler, M. Prandtstetter, K. Markvica - The concept of quattromodal hubs - REAL CORP 2018 Proceedings, Wien, Austria, 2018, pp. 207-212
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Supporting the Selection of Sustainable Logistics Locations

M. Pajones, S. Pfoser - Supporting the Selection of Sustainable Logistics Locations in The Road to a Digitalized Supply Chain Management, 2018, pp. 169-182
Selecting a logistics location is vital for logistics providers, food retailing and other trading companies since the selection poses an essential factor for...   more
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Innovative network design

B. Hu, K. Markvica, M. Prandtstetter, J. Zajicek, U. Ritzinger, M. Dragaschnig, A. Breinbauer, S. Eitler, B. Ennser, R. Schodl, T. Berger, S. Pfoser, O. Schauer, C. Berkowitsch, T. Fian, G. Hauger, A. Schaffer - Innovative network design - TU Verlag, 2018, pp. 1-80
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Same river same rules? – Administrative barriers in the Danube countries

S. Pfoser, E. Jung, L. Putz - Same river same rules? – Administrative barriers in the Danube countries - Journal of Sustainable Development of Transport and Logistics, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2018, pp. 27-37
The Danube River Basin is shared by 19 countries, which makes it the world’s most international river basin. More than 81 million people of different cultures...   more
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