Eleni Zampou

Eleni Zampou
Athens University of Economics and Business | AUEB · Department of Management Science and Technology

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In this paper, we propose the application of matching mechanisms to handle horizontal collaboration in logistics. Based on the requirements of a real-life setting, we introduce a new variation of matching under preferences. We provide a Random Serial Dictatorship (RSD) mechanism for finding a solution that incorporates Pareto optimality, incentive...
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Purpose Last mile distribution is a crucial element of any supply chain network, and its complexity has challenged established practices and frameworks in the management literature. This is particularly evident when demand surges, as with recent lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent demand for home delivery services. Given the impor...
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Energy and carbon management systems (ECMS) are a class of green information systems that has the potential to increase environmental sustainability in organizations and across supply chains. Employing a design science research approach, we define the scope of ECMS in the supply chain context, identify requirements, design an expository instantiati...
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Abstract Energy and Carbon Management Systems (ECMS) are a class of green information systems that has the potential to increase environmental sustainability in organizations and across supply chains. Employing a design science research approach, we define the scope of ECMS in the supply chain context, identify requirements, design an expository i...
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Energy and Carbon Management Systems (ECMS) are a class of green information systems that has the potential to increase environmental sustainability in organizations and across supply chains. Employing a design science research approach, we define the scope of ECMS in the supply chain context, identify requirements, design an expository instantiati...
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Manufacturing systems are often prone to disruptions that break the continuity of operations and prevent them from reaching their planned performance. This paper presents a Situation-Aware Manufacturing System framework that is applied to identify and predict disruptions, to evaluate their impact and to react timely to repair the affected processes...
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Purpose The main purpose of this research is to investigate acceptability of different delivery methods in e-grocery (home delivery, pick-up from store, pick-up from locker) and the respective willingness of customers to pay for them using a stated preference ranking experiment. Design/methodology/approach Data collected involved two countries (Gr...
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This chapter distinguishes two types of cooperative models for the urban freight transport (UFT) environment by considering the involvement of public sector and the level of collaboration − specifically, collaboration at the strategic or operational level. The first model involves both private and public sector stakeholders and aims at the implemen...
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Collaborative logistics, especially in urban freight distribution operations, is gaining traction as a way to increase logistic efficiency and decrease costs. Our aim is to identify distinctive types of logistics collaboration between logistics service providers (LSPs), manufacturers and retailers, discuss their applicability and evaluate their ben...
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In response to the increasing demand of incorporating environmental and social practices into a firm’s supply chain, enterprises are transforming their strategies to meet global trends in sustainability. As a consequence, the collaboration in freight transport operations in urban environment has gained ground not only for the academia, but also for...
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In response to the increasing demand for sustainable supply chains, companies need to trace, manage and assess their energy and carbon emissions by incorporating a life cycle perspective. Recent studies in the field of Information Systems (IS) have argued that information systems can contribute to more sustainable supply chains by supporting energy...
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In response to the mounting request for sustainable supply chains, companies need to assess the environmental performance of their operations and products. Recent studies within the field of Information Systems (IS) argue that information systems can forge supply chain sustainability by monitoring a firm's environmental performance. The latter requ...
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During the last decades, firms have deployed environmental sustainability practices. While most of these practices incur internally within a firm’s boundaries, collaboration with supply chain partners and sharing of information related to the environmental impact of a firm’s products and processes, namely environmental information, has been identif...
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Environmental concerns, stricter legislation and inflated energy costs, together yield energy efficiency as an important pillar for virtually every industrial sector. Mindful of this challenge, ISs can act as enablers of energy-based management and intelligent decision support. Based on empirical evidence through two case studies combined with the...
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Although the manufacturing sector has made continuous improvements towards sustainability performance measurement, it is not yet fully exploited. In view of its premature level, the issue of understanding how to integrate sustainability performance measurement has become a matter of considerable concern for both practitioners and academics. Within...
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Nowadays, organizations, governments, and cross-national bodies are turning their attention to the question of how we can create a sustainable society. As government is one of the main stakeholders that could enhance sustainability and the transition from government to e-government seems to be one of the main strategic choices of each government, a...
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Governments started e-government strategies to renew the public sector and eliminate existing bureaucracy and therefore reduce costs. Plenty of electronic services were developed in order to meet these targets. Nowadays, organizations, governments, and cross-national bodies are turning their attention to the question of how we can create a sustaina...
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Information sharing and interoperability are key ingredients for any system that participates in Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) and wants to communicate and exchange information with other partners. Although there are many technologies that support interoperability, there is apparently no relevant research about how to extract and aggregate t...
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Governments started e-government strategies to renew the public sector and eliminate existing bureaucracy and therefore reduce costs. Interoperability appears as the mean for accomplishing the interlinking of information systems, applications and ways of working not only within governments but also in their interaction with the administration, ente...
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The Web is revolutionizing the way citizens and businesses interact with government agencies and organizations. Nowadays, a wide spectrum of governmental services is available online in order to facilitate end-users and provide them with effective Web-based experiences. In this chapter, authors argue that the usage of knowledge management (KM) woul...

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DISRUPT aims to spearhead the transition to the next-generation manufacturing paradigm by facilitating the vision and execution of a "Smart Factory". In the traditional rigid factory, mass-production is the goal and cost-effectiveness is the drive; this has led many manufacturers to relocate to lower cost regions, and others to totally outsource their production. The new era of manufacturing asks for optimised plants and manufacturing chain networks, transforming them into profitable innovation centers. It requires flexible factories that can be quickly "reprogrammed" to provide faster time-to-market responding to global consumer demand, effectively addressing mass-customisation needs and bringing life to innovative new products. It needs transparent production processes that are responsive to changes or unexpected events originating throughout the value chain. It combines information, technology and human intellect, fundamentally changing how products are invented, manufactured, shipped and sold, materialising an interconnected, efficient manufacturing ecosystem.