Disaster relief operations: past, present and future
The aim of the preface is to introduce the scope of this special issue (SI). We explain our editorial approach and summarise our findings based on articles included in this SI. Finally, we outline future research questions which stemmed out of the discussions of this SI.
KeywordsDisaster relief operations Humanitarian operations Humanitarian supply chain management
We are extremely grateful to Annals of Operations Research Editor-in-Chief, Professor Endre Boros, for his immense support and guidance throughout the review process. We are equally grateful to Ms. Katie D’Agosta for her continuous support throughout the review process. We are also grateful to Ms. Ann Pulido for her timely support which helped us conclude this big project. We are also equally grateful to our reviewers who have played a significant role in this project. Finally, we are thankful to Professor David Roubaud and Montpellier Business School team for their excellent support that enabled us to accomplish this project.
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