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    • Logistics agglomeration in the US 

      Rivera, Liliana; Sheffi, Yossi; Welsch, Roy
      Governments around the world are investing significant resources in the development of logistics clusters. This paper develops a methodology for identifying them and applies it to answer several lingering questions in the ...
       Artículo. 2014
    • Logistics clusters: The impact of further agglomeration, training and firm size on collaboration and value added services 

      Rivera, Liliana; Sheffi, Yossi; Knoppen, Desirée
      Collaboration and the provision of value added services are key benefits for companies located within logistics clusters. We hypothesize that within the context of logistics clusters, further agglomeration within the more ...
       Artículo. 2016
    • Panama Canal update 

      Rivera, Liliana; Sheffi, Yossi
      The Panama Canal extension project is, arguably, the most important current transportation project in the world today. It will allow most Post-Panamax vessels to use the canal and is likely to change transportation flow ...
       parte de Libro. 2013
    • Relationship between freight accessibility and logistics employment in US counties 

      van den Heuvel, Frank P.; Rivera, Liliana; van Donselaar, Karel H.; de Jong, Ad; Sheffi, Yossi; de Langen, Peter W.; Fransoo, Jan C.
      This paper analyzes the relationship between freight accessibility and logistics employment in the US. It develops an accessibility measure relevant for logistics companies based on a gravity model. This allows for an ...
       Artículo. 2014
    • The benefits of logistics clustering 

      Rivera, Liliana; Gligor, David; Sheffi, Yossi
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyze the benefits of logistics clustering, with the intent to explain their growth and popularity among private agents and policy makers during the last decade. Design/methodo ...
       Artículo. 2016