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Transformation der Logistik

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  • Plehwe, Dieter (Ed.)
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    Neue Konzepte der Logistik- und Transportorganisation verändern die räumliche und funktionale Arbeitsteilung in Europa. Im Zuge der Entwicklung des Europäischen Binnenmarktes gewinnen transnationale und erweiterte Logistikleistungen eine zentrale Rolle bei der Steuerung grenzüberschreitender Produktionsnetzwerke. Die Beiträge in diesem Discussion Paper thematisieren zentrale Momente, die zukunftsweisende Entwicklungslinien markieren: Untersucht werden Aspekte der (europäischen) Regulierung eines integrierten Transport- und Logistiksektors, transnationale Wirkungszusammenhänge der logistischen Reorganisation sowie die Konturen " hybrider" Logistikkonzerne und der neuartigen produktionsbezogenen Dienstleistungsbranche als Forschungsfeld der Industriesoziologie. In der Zusammenschau dieser Facetten wird erkennbar, daß in Logistikorganisationen Problemlösungen gesucht werden, welche sich aus dem Zusammentreffen der radikalisierten Dezentralisierung mit der Intensivierung von Vernetzungsanforderungen entlang der Prozeßketten einerseits und aus der Vermittlung zwischen (regionalen) Produktionsnetzwerken mit " globalisierten" Märkten andererseits ergeben.

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    Paper provided by Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) in its series Discussion Papers, Research Unit: Organization and Employment with number FS I 98-103.

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    Date of creation: 1998
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    1. Ruggie, John Gerard, 1993. "Territoriality and beyond: problematizing modernity in international relations," International Organization, Cambridge University Press, vol. 47(01), pages 139-174, December.
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