- International Journal of Logistics Management The International Journal of Logistics Management provides a global forum for the exchange of new ideas and practices in the dynamic field of logistics management and the emerging area of supply chain management. The Journal was founded in 1989 by Professor Martin Christopher of the Cranfield School of Management, UK, and Professor Douglas Lambert of The Ohio State University USA, in response to the tremendous growth of interest in logistics and supply chain management. Dr. Lambert and Dr. Christopher served as co-editors 1989 - 2007.
- Journal of Business Logistics Logistics and supply chain issues are more important today than ever before. Logistics has achieved greater prominence within business with increased awareness of its operational and financial impact. The Journal of Business Logistics (JBL) provides a forum for the dissemination of original thoughts, research, and best practices within the logistics and supply chain arenas.
- Supply Chain Management Institute "Our mission is to influence the theory and practice of supply chain management by publishing leading-edge, practical research."
- Supply Chain Management Review Supply Chain Management Review is an executive-level publication dedicated to the art and science of moving goods to market. Our readers are senior managers responsible for their companies' supply chain activities. Readers also include educators and management consultants who need to keep current with the latest supply chain trends. We are published eight times a year by Reed Business Information.