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In conversation with Martin Christopher: Humanitarian Logistics

31st January 2018 | Martin Christopher

In this video series, Martin Christopher, author of Business Operations Models, Humanitarian Logistics, and Leading Procurement Strategy, discusses his three books.

Here, Professor Christopher talks with Michael Bourlakis, Head of Logistics at the Procurement and Supply Chain Management Group in the Cranfield School of Management, about the new edition of Humanitarian Logistics and discusses how this latest edition has been updated to reflect recent humanitarian crises.

The latest edition of Humanitarian Logistics features key insights into issues faced by humanitarian logistics practitioners with suggestions for best practice from world-leading experts and academics.

Martin Christopher has been at the forefront of the development of new thinking in logistics and supply chain management for over 30 years. He is Emeritus Professor of Marketing and Logistics at Cranfield University, his published work is widely cited by other scholars, and he has been invited to participate in academic and industry events around the world.

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