Individual Papers

 

BLMM 2019 ( 37 )

  1.  Nebojša Stojčić, Katija Vojvodić and Nikola Butigan (Croatia) – LOGISTICS INNOVATIONS DEVELOPMENT IN THE CEE REGION
  2.  Roman Domański and Przemysław Filipiak (Poland) – OMNICHANNEL IN CRM SYSTEMS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE SOFTWARE SERVICE PROVIDER
  3.  Arkadiusz Kawa (Poland) – RETURNS IN E-COMMERCE AS A VALUE FOR CUSTOMERS FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES
  4.  Brigita Gajšek (Slovenia) – APPROACH FOR THE SYSTEMATIC TRANSITION OF THE COMPANY INTO INDUSTRY 4.0
  5.  Slobodan Aćimović and Nenad Stajić (Serbia) – DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN: LEADING TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON INDUSTRY 4.0
  6.  Tomasz Debicki and Adam Kolinski (Poland) – INTEGRATION PLATFORM IN GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS – WHO IS BENEFICIARY AND WHO IS NOT
  7.  Piotr Cyplik, Joanna Oleskow-Szlapka, Adrianna Tobola and Michal Adamczak (Poland) – BUILDING A MODEL FOR ASSESSING THE MATURITY OF POLISH ENTERPRISES IN TERMS OF LOGISTICS 4.0 ASSUMPTIONS
  8.  Tim Jesse Brandt, Sascha Düerkop, Benjamin Bierwirth and Michael Huth (Germany) – SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT FOR SENSITIVE HIGH VALUE GOODS
  9.  Radojko Lukić and Blaženka Hadrović Zekić (Serbia; Croatia) – EVALUATION OF EFFICIENCY OF TRADE COMPANIES IN SERBIA USING THE DEA APPROACH
  10.  Palina Lapkouskaya (Belarus) – THE EFFECTIVENESS EVALUATION OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES LOGISTICS SYSTEMS
  11.  Zdenka Vidrová, Pavel Ceniga and Viera Šukalová (Slovakia) – BUSINESS LOGISTICS AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN COMPANY´S COMPETITIVENESS
  12.  Dagmar Camska (Czech Republic) – FORECASTING OF FINANCIAL HEALTH IN TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE SECTOR
  13.  Marjan Sternad (Slovenia) – COST CALCULATION IN ROAD FREIGHT TRANSPORT
  14.  Branimir Dukić, Stojanka Dukić and Goran Kozina (Croatia) – TOWARDS INCREASED LOGISTICS EFFICIENCY BY MEANS OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
  15.  Drago Pupavac, Ljudevit Krpan and Robert Maršanić (Croatia) – EVALUATION AND FORECAST OF THE FUNCTIONAL REGION OF THE NORTHERN ADRIATIC AIR TRAFFIC
  16.  Szymon Mitkow and Andrzej Świderski (Poland) – REGRESSION MODEL IN ROAD TRANSPORT SERVICES
  17.  Anna Borucka (Poland) – FORECASTING DEMAND FOR TRANSPORT SERVICES ON THE EXAMPLE OF PASSENGER TRANSPORT
  18.  Pavel Ceniga, Zdenka Vidrová and Viera Šukalová (Slovakia) – TRANSPORT LOGISTICS AS A SOURCE OF IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE IN A REGIONAL CONTEXT
  19.  Saša Ilić and Mladen Pancić (Croatia) – ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN BUS TRANSPORTATION
  20.  Andrzej Krzyszkowski and Piotr Korneta (Poland) – RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SIZE AND PROFITABILITY OF POLISH TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
  21.  Borna Debelić, Davor Mance and Marinko Maslaric (Croatia; Serbia) – THE DETERMINANTS OF MARITIME PASSENGER TRANSPORT TO CROATIAN ISLANDS
  22.  Andrej Dávid, Jozef Gašparík and Andrea Galieriková (Slovakia) – THE DANUBE PORTS AS MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT HUBS AND THEIR LOGISTICS SERVICES
  23.  Darja Topolšek, Igor Grofelnik and Tina Cvahte Ojsteršek (Slovenia) – A SCIENCE MAPPING AND LITERATURE REVIEW APPROACH TO ANALYSING THE RELATIONS AMONG THE TERMS LOGISTICS CENTER AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER
  24.  Roman Domański (Poland) – LOGISTICS 4.0 IN WAREHOUSING – CURRENT STATE AND TRENDS
  25.  Zdenko Segetlija and Jelena Franjković (Croatia) – THE IMPORTANCE OF TRADE, RETAIL AND LOGISTICS – THE CASE OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
  26.  Adam Kolinski and Waldemar Osmolski (Poland) – THE IMPACT OF STANDARD LOGISTICS LABELS ON DISTRIBUTION EFFICIENCY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN
  27.  Stephan L.K. Freichel, Neumair Annika and Johannes Wörtge (Germany) – THE ROLE OF URBAN LOGISTICS REAL ESTATE IN LAST MILE DELIVERIES: OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES AND SUCCESS FACTORS FOR INTEGRATION
  28.  Petr Tulach and Pavel Foltin (Czech Republic) – RESEARCH METHODS IN HUMANITARIAN LOGISTICS – CURRENT APPROACHES AND FUTURE TRENDS
  29.  Vladislav Zitrický, Lenka Černá, Jozef Gašparík and Rudolf Kampf (Slovakia; Czech Republic) – OPTIMISATION OF REVERSE LOGISTICS WITH METHODS OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH
  30.  Lukas Vogal and Miroslav Pecina (Czech Republic) – MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF LOGISTICS OF HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS
  31.  Radka Lopourova and Petr Němec (Czech Republic) – DISCRETE-EVENT SIMULATION OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT
  32.  Wojciech Lewicki (Poland) – THE ECONOMIC DIMENSION OF THE OUTSOURCING APPLICATION IN THE FIELD OF SELECTED LOGISTICS SERVICES BASED ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE EUROPEAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
  33.  Barbara Galińska (Poland) – CHANGES IN SUPPLY CHAINS IN THE LIGHT OF EMERGING MARKET PROCUREMENT
  34.  Aleksandar Erceg (Croatia) – FRANCHISING AND LOGISTICS: WAY TO GROW OR NOT
  35.  Anna Borucka (Poland) – EVALUATION OF THE VEHICLE REPAIR SUBSYSTEM WITH MARKOV MODELS
  36.  Noemi Piricz (Hungary) – THE FORMS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCCESSFUL CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN THE METAL AND MACHINERY SUPPLY CHAINS
  37.  Martin Gesvret and Pavel Foltin (Czech Republic) – CONCEPTUAL MODELING FOR DISCRETE SIMULATION OF SUPPLY CHAIN

BLMM 2018 ( 44 )

  1.  Anna Borucka – THREE-STATE MARKOV MODEL OF USING TRANSPORT MEANS
  2.  Dora Naletina, Kristina Petljak, Andrea Kapović – INFLUENCE OF LIBERALIZATION ON AIR TRANSPORT MARKET: RESEARCH INTO CONSUMERSʼ SATISFACTION WITH LOW-COST AIRLINES SERVICES IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
  3.  Eva Nedeliaková, Vladimíra Štefancová, Adrián Kuka – INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGY FOR QUALITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN LOGISTICS PROCESSES OF TRANSPORT UNDERTAKINGS
  4.  Helena Štimac, Juraj Vištica – TRANSPORT POLICY FROM PERSPECTIVES OF PASSENGERS, CARGO, ENERGY: CROATIA VS EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES
  5.  Tomáš Binar, Jiří Švarc, Jaroslav Začal, Petr Dostál – NEW STORAGE SYSTEM FOR ENGINE DURING TRANSPORTATION
  6.  Rafał Haffer – SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT SYSTEM OF LOGISTICS SERVICE PROVIDERS. A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK AND RESEARCH AGENDA
  7.  Ilija Ćorić, Katija Vojvodić – VARIABLE PAY 2.0: TRANSFORMING THE POST-TRANSITIONAL CONTEXT IN WAREHOUSE LOGISTICS
  8.  Marjan Sternad – METRICS OF LOGISTICS COSTS IN SLOVENIAN COMPANIES
  9.  Adam Kolinski, Ewa Jaskolska – ANALYSIS OF THE INFORMATION FLOW EFFICIENCY IN THE INTERMODAL SUPPLY CHAIN – RESEARCH RESULTS
  10.  Pavel Foltin, Martin Brunclík, Vojtěch Ondryhal, Lukáš Vogal – USABILITY OF PERFORMANCE INDICATORS OF LOGISTICS INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABILITY IN SUPPLY CHAIN DESIGNING
  11.  Maciej Bielecki, Lukasz Hadas – SELECTED ASPECTS OF PRODUCT LOGISTIC EFFICIENCY AS PART OF THE DESIGN FOR LOGISTICS CONCEPT – CASE STUDY
  12.  Karolina Kolinska, Boguslaw Sliwczynski, Lukasz Hadas, Adam Kolinski – ANALYSIS OF SPARE PARTS IN TERMS OF THEIR AVAILABILITY MANAGEMENT FOR THE PRODUCTION PROCESSES NEEDS
  13.  Jaroslaw Milczarek, Piotr Cyplik, Sebastian Wieczerniak – USING TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP AS A METHOD FOR IDENTIFICATION OF INTERNAL PROBLEMS IN PURCHASE AREA – CASE STUDY
  14.  Maciej Urbaniak, Jarosław Ropęga – THE ROLE OF QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE EVALUATION OF SUPPLIERS
  15.  Stephan L.K. Freichel, Johannes K. Wörtge – FACILITY DESIGN IN OMNI-CHANNEL RETAIL – A LOGISTICS POINT OF VIEW
  16.  Aleksandar Erceg, Zafer Kilic – INTERCONNECTION OF E-COMMERCE AND LOGISTICS: EXAMPLES FROM CROATIA AND TURKEY
  17.  Zdenko Segetlija, Jelena Franjković – RETAIL FORMATS IN REGIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS
  18.  Agata Horzela, Adam Kolinski, Roman Domanski, Waldemar Osmolski – ANALYSIS OF USE OF COMMUNICATION STANDARDS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTION PROCESSES IN FOURTH PARTY LOGISTICS (4PL)
  19.  Michał Adamczak, Roman Domański, Piotr Cyplik – COEXISTENCE OF TRADITIONAL SALES CHANNEL AND E-COMMERCE FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF LOGISTICS COSTS – CALCULATION MODEL
  20.  Hubert Wojciechowski, Lukasz Hadas – POSSIBILITIES OF IMPLEMENTING OMNICHANNEL CONCEPT IN DISTRIBUTION – OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS
  21.  Jędrzej Charłampowicz – SUPPLY CHAIN EFFICIENCY ON THE MARITIME CONTAINER SHIPPING MARKETS – SELECTED ISSUES
  22.  Borna Debelić, Neven Grubišić, Alen Jugović – CRITERIA ESTABLISHMENT FOR EVALUATION OF COUNTY AND LOCAL PUBLIC PORTS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  23.  Arkadiusz Malkowski, Agnieszka Malkowska – CONTAINER TERMINAL AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE PERIPHERAL AREA
  24.  Borna Debelić, Siniša Vilke, Livia Maglić – COUNTY AND LOCAL PUBLIC PORTS DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP STRENGTHENING
  25.  Piotr Nowaczyk – THE CONCEPT OF DEVELOPMENT OF WEST POMERANIA’S COASTAL AREAS BASED ON THE POLARIZATON-DIFFUSION MODEL
  26.  Marina Zhuravskaya, Anna Lempert, Nataliia Anashkina, Maksim Zharkov – ISSUES OF SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY SIMULATION
  27.  Aleksandra Górecka, Joanna Baran, Helga Pavlić Skender, Mirjana Grčić Fabić – CORRELATION BETWEEN INLAND TRANSPORT EFFICIENCY, GDP AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS IN EU COUNTRIES
  28.  Iris Čeh, Vanja Pirš, Borut Jereb – THE COST OF CO2 EMISSIONS ACCORDING TO THE TRANSPORT IN SLOVENIA
  29.  Gleb Savin, Sergei Bronnikov – DESIGN TO THE CITY TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS SYSTEM IN THE CONDITIONS OF INCREASE OF RATES OF INSTITUTIONAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES
  30.  Anna Borucka, Szymon Mitkow – MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF TRAVEL TIMES RELATED TO A TRANSPORT CONGESTION: AN EXAMPLE OF THE CAPITAL CITY OF POLAND – WARSAW
  31.  Yulia Lukinykh, Valery Lukinykh, Natalya Tod – CLUSTER TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE REGIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS
  32.  Ivana Dvorski Lacković, Marijana Bubanić, Vladimir Kovšca – A LITERATURE SURVEY ON RISK MANAGEMENT IN SUPPLY CHAINS
  33.  Sebastian Wieczerniak, Piotr Cyplik, Jaroslaw Milczarek – MISTAKES DURING THE MANAGEMENT OF SUPPLY CHAINS AND METHODS OF ANALYSIS THESE REASONS
  34.  Barbara Galińska – LOGISTICS MEGATRENDS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON SUPPLY CHAINS
  35.  Dagmar Piotr Tomanek – HOW THE PEARL CHAIN CONCEPT CAN IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE OF OPERATING THEATERS IN HOSPITALS: RESULTS OF AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
  36.  Drago Pupavac – EMPLOYMENT ANALYSIS IN THE LOGISTICS SECTOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
  37.  Noémi Piricz – SURVEY OF ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR IN HUNGARIAN METAL AND MACHINERY SUPPLY CHAINS
  38.  Eva Endrizalova, Martin Novak, Vladimir Nemec, Jaroslava Hyrslova, Petr Mrazek – OPERATING LEASE AS A SPECIFIC FORM OF AIRLINES OUTSOURCING
  39.  Jerzy Piontek, Katarzyna Malinowska, Piotr Cyplik – THE COMPARISON OF CLASSIC MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING WITH THE LOGIC OF THE THEORY OF CONSTRAINTS
  40.  Martin Brunclik, Lukas Vogal, Pavel Foltin – COMPUTER MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN IN MILITARY OPERATION
  41.  Tomasz Debicki, Adam Kolinski – INFLUENCE OF EDI APPROACH FOR COMPLEXITY OF INFORMATION FLOW IN GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS
  42.  Marjan Sternad, Tone Lerher, Brigita Gajšek – MATURITY LEVELS FOR LOGISTICS 4.0 BASED ON NRW’S INDUSTRY 4.0 MATURITY MODEL
  43.  Andrzej Korzeniowski, Anna Praiss, Julita Żmich – COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE QUALITY OF DIGITALLY PRINTED BARCODES
  44.  Jedrzej Jankowski-Guzy, Piotr Cyplik, Michał Adamczak, Danuta Głowacka-Fertsch, Maria Chromińska – MODERN FORMS OF SUPPORTING BUSINESS DECISIONS IN LOGISTICS

BLMM 2017 ( 39 )

  1.  Helga Pavlić Skender, Petra Adelajda Mirković, Vinko Zaninović – TESTING GIBRAT’S LAW ON CROATIAN FREIGHT TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS FIRMS
  2.  Borna Abramovic, Eva Nedeliakova, Michal Panak, Denis Šipuš – SYNERGY IN LOGISTICS PROCESSES FOR RAILWAY TRANSPORT
  3.  Lukáš Hanšút, Andrej Dávid, Jozef Gašparík – THE CRITICAL PATH METHOD AS THE METHOD FOR EVALUATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE OPTIMAL CONTAINER TRADE ROUTE BETWEEN ASIA AND SLOVAKIA
  4.  Aleksandar Erceg, Biljana Činčurak Erceg, Aleksandra Vasilj – UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS IN LOGISTICS – LEGAL REGULATION AND WORLDWIDE EXAMPLES TOWARD USE IN CROATIA
  5.  Jelizaveta Janno, Ott Koppel – HUMAN FACTOR AS THE MAIN OPERATIONAL RISK IN DANGEROUS GOODS TRANSPORTATION CHAIN
  6.  Dagmar Piotr Tomanek, Jürgen Schröder – ANALYSING THE VALUE OF INFORMATION FLOW BY USING THE VALUE ADDED HEAT MAP
  7.  Maciej Bielecki, Barbara Galińska – TOTAL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT CONCEPT AND PRINCIPLES IN MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE
  8.  Joanna Kolińska, Roman Domański – THE ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTION LINES BOTTLENECKS – IDENTIFICATION AND WAYS OF MANAGEMENT
  9.  Michał Adamczak, Piotr Cyplik – INFLUENCE OF TASK ENVIRONMENT ON EFFICIENCY OF MATERIAL FLOW IN COMPANIES WITH DIFFERENT LEVEL OF INTEGRATION OF PLANNING PROCESSES
  10.  Karolina Kolinska, Boguslaw Sliwczynski, Lukasz Hadas, Adam Kolinski – OPERATIONAL CONTROLLING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SPARE PARTS AVAILABILITY
  11.  Jaroslaw Milczarek, Piotr Cyplik, Sebastian Wieczerniak – 7 STEPS OF CHANGING A PURCHASING STRATEGY EXEMPLIED BY A SELECTED ENTERPRISE
  12.  Piotr Cyplik, Robert Uberman – ACTIVITY BASED COSTING AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE USE OF OUTSOURCING IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT – CASE STUDY
  13.  Zbigniew Wisniewski, Joanna Mnich – PROCESS APPROACH TO SUPPLIES AND ORDERS IN A PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
  14.  Barbara Galińska, Maciej Bielecki – MULTIPLE CRITERIA EVALUATION OF SUPPLIERS IN COMPANY OPERATING IN CLOTHING INDUSTRY
  15.  Joanna Miklińska – DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERMODAL MARKET IN POLAND FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CARGO HANDLING OPERATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS – SELECTED ISSUES
  16.  Noémi Piricz, Péter Bajor, Csilla Fejes – THE ROLE OF CONSUMER INVOLVEMENT IN OPTIMIZING THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY CHAIN – SMART GRIDS, SMART CARS, SMART CONSUMERS?
  17.  Robert Bašić, Helga Pavlić Skender – DELIVERY RELIABILITY IN OUTBOUND VEHICLE DISTRIBUTION – A FACTOR OF SUCCESSFULL AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CHAIN
  18.  Milivoj Marković, Nikola Drašković, Jasminka Samardžija – COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN COST SENSITIVE GLASS PACKAGING INDUSTRY THROUGH OUTBOUND LOGISTICS
  19.  Davor Dujak – MAPPING OF NATURAL GAS SUPPLY CHAINS: LITERATURE REVIEW
  20.  Volker Trauzettel – COMPETING MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS IN FOOD RETAILING: THE EFFECT CONTRACTUAL DESIGN ON SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE
  21.  Ivan Kristek, Mladen Pancić, Hrvoje Serdarušić – THE INFLUENCE OF THE CONCENTRATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS IN RETAIL INDUSTRY IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
  22.  Zdenko Segetlija, Jelena Franjković – THE IMPORTANCE AND DEVELOPMENT FACTORS OF RETAIL BUSINESS LOGISTICS – THE CASE OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
  23.  Jelena Franjković, Davor Dujak, Dario Šebalj – PRICE PROMOTIONS – IMPLICATIONS FOR LOGISTICS AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR
  24.  Branimir Dukić, Sanja Dugandžić, Stojanka Dukić – CONCEPTUAL CRM APPLICATION DATABASE MODEL IN THE FUNCTION OF PHYSICAL PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTION FOR KNOWN CUSTOMER
  25.  Jozef Gašparik, Vladislav Zitrický, Borna Abramović, Andrej Dávid – ROLE OF CRM IN SUPPLY CHAINS USING THE PROCESS PORTAL
  26.  Dominika Crnjac Milić, Ivana Hartmann Tolić, Marina Peko – THE ROLE OF MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS AN IMPORTANT ASPECT OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IN THE OPTIMIZATION OF LOGISTICS SYSTEMS
  27.  Mia Delić, Blaženka Knežević, Petra Škrobot – ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES ADOPTION IN AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CHAINS – THE THEORETICAL REVIEW
  28.  Cezary Mankowski – INNOVATIVE SYSTEM OF TRUCK PRE-NOTIFICATION AT BALTIC DEEPWATER CONTAINER TERMINAL IN GDANSK
  29.  Robert Marek – THE ROLE AND PLACE OF CUSTOMS IN PORT COMMUNITY SYSTEM – EXPERIENCES FROM POLAND
  30.  Jędrzej Charłampowicz – MEASUREMENT OF SUPPLY CHAIN EFFICIENCY – SELECTED ISSUES FOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS
  31.  Goran Vučur, Ivica Miloslavić, Maro Bošnjak – IMPACT OF CHANGES IN STANDARDS AT IMPROVING EFFICIENCY OF WORK AND QUALITY OF WORKING PROCESSES IN MARITIME COMPANIES
  32.  Marzenna Cichosz – COLLABORATING ON GREEN LOGISTICS IN CHEMICAL SUPPLY CHAINS: INSIGHTS FROM POLAND
  33.  Magdalena Klopott, Joanna Miklińska – INITIATIVES AND PRACTICES FOR GREENING LOGISTICS SERVICES ON THE POLISH MARKET – STATUS QUO AND DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES
  34.  Ana-Maria Cuglin, Kristina Petljak, Dora Naletina – EXPLORATORY RESEARCH OF FOOD WASTE GENERATION AND FOOD WASTE PREVENTION IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY – THE CASE OF ZAGREB RESTAURANTS
  35.  Karolina Gwarda – ECO-INNOVATIONS IN THE SPHERE OF MUNICIPAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN A POLISH CONTEXT
  36.  Drago Pupavac, Mimo Drašković – ANALYSIS OF LOGISTIC PERFORMANCE IN SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
  37.  Darko Karić, Đuro Horvat – PROFITABILITY OF PARTICIPANTS IN SUPPLY VALUE CHAIN IN CROATIA
  38.  Jelena Končar, Sonja Leković, Zita Petrović Katai – BRAND IMPLEMENTATION ON THE WEB IN MARKETING CHANNELS
  39.  Sebastian Wieczerniak, Piotr Cyplik, Jaroslaw Milczarek – ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS METHODS AS A TOOL OF EFFECTIVE CHANGE

BLMM 2015 ( 21 )

  1.  Segetlija, Z. – Large retail chains, retail density and supply chains
  2.  Končar, J., Stanković, Lj., Leković, S. – Development of Retail Internationalization in Multichannel Environment
  3.  Knežević, B., Delić, M., Cegnar, M. – Benefits and Risks of RFID Technology in Retail from the Younger Consumers’ Point of View
  4.  Mešić, I. – Concentration of the Retail Trade
  5.  Turkalj, Ž., Mahaček, D. – Procurement Procedures in The Function of Improving Company Business Conduct
  6.  Lukinykh, V.F., Lukinykh, Y.V. – Algorithm for The Procurement and Inventory Management in The Distribution Supply Chain
  7.  Ham, M., Pap, A., Štimac, H. – Eco-Food Production and Market Perspectives In Croatia
  8.  Slabinac, M. – Innovative Solutions For A “Last-Mile” Delivery – A European Experience
  9.  Vučemilović, V. – Distribution Channels Of Major Construction Materials
  10.  Debelić, B., Grubišić, N., Milanović, S. – The Cost And Non-Cost Conditionality Of Transport Corridor Logistics Performances As Determinant Of Port Competitiveness
  11.  Trauzettel, V. – A Case Study On Optimizing Parts Supply In Manufacturing By Reusable Containers
  12.  Kolinski, A., Sliwczynski, B. – Evaluation Problem And Assessment Method Of Warehouse Process Efficiency
  13.  Ćorić, I., Vojvodić, K. – Variable Pay: A Case Study In Warehouse Logistics
  14.  Vilke, S., Baričević, H., Maglaić, L. – The Significance Of The Intermodal Transport Route Through The Port Of Rijeka For Sustainable Transport
  15.  Erceg, A. – International Food Standard And Food Safety Supply Chain Of Croatian Chocolate Producer – Implication For The Final Products Transportation
  16.  Hadas, L., Cyplik, P., Adamczak, M., Domanski, R. – Dimensions For Developing Supply Chain Integration Scenarios
  17.  Pupavac, D., Golubović, F. – Croatian Competitiveness Within European Logistics Space
  18.  Graf, H.C., Harald, K. – “smartBOX” – A Business Concept Towards The Physical Internet
  19.  Somuyiwa, A.O. – Policy Framework For Business Concepts And Models Of Urban/City Logistics Of A Developing Economy
  20.  Crnjac Milić, D., Hartmann Tolić, I., Martinović, M. – Development Of It Infrastructure To Optimize Logistics Operations In The Segment Of Cold Chain
  21.  Kukovič, D., Lerher, T., Jereb, B. – University/Industry Partnership Projects – By The Creative Way To Practical Knowledge: The Goals And Benefits Of The Logistics Project

BLMM 2014 ( 17 )

  1.  Trauzettel, V. – Optimal stocking of retail outlets: The case of weekly demand pattern
  2.  Segetlija, Z. – Space and technology – development and efficiency of retail trade
  3.  Plasch, M., Kellermayr-Scheucher, M., Lengauer, E. – Logistical challenges and potentials in multi-channel food retailing and distribution
  4.  Dujak, D., Ferenčić, M., Franjković, J. – Retail ready packaging – what’s in it for food manufacturers?
  5.  Mešić, I. – Internationalization of retailing
  6.  Pupavac, D., Baburić, M., Baković, I. – Logistic distribution centres – business success factor of trading companies
  7.  Slabinac, M. – Modern developments in distributive trade
  8.  Hausladen, I., Haas, A. – A joint maturity model of bi-driven supply chains
  9.  Aćimović, S., Kršić, D. – Changes of supply chain management in the information technology industry as function of sustainable development
  10.  Končar, J., Leković, S., Stanković, Lj. – Supply chain management in the conditions of global electronic market
  11.  Erceg, A. – Influence of authorized economic operators on supply chain security
  12.  Cholewa-Wójcik, A., Kawecka, A. – Packaging quality assurance in supply chain
  13.  Kukovič, D., Topolšek, D., Rosi, B., Jereb, B. – A comparative literature analysis of definitions for logistics: between general definition and definitions of subcategories
  14.  Rakovska, M. – Logistics aspects of firms’ capabilities to increase international competitiveness
  15.  Gorçun, F. – Efficiency analysis of cargo tram for city logistics compared to road freight transportation: a case study of Istanbul city
  16.  Nardin, R., Bajor, P., Fejes, C. – Applying new distribution channels in historical city cores in the Adriatic region
  17.  Świda, J. – Education of logistics at management and production engineering studies at cracow university of economics