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Summary of all relevant chapters of the book, papers and some additions from lectures

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This summary includes all chapters of - the book (Bowersox, D. J. (2013). Supply chain logistics management. New York: McGraw-Hill), - the 10 papers (1. Clusters and the New Economics of Competition (Porter), 2. The evolution of Spatial Economics (Fujita), 3. A Dynamic Framework for Managing Horizontal Cooperation in Logistics (Verstrepen), 4. Designing the Distribution Network in a Supply Chain (Chopra), 5. Inventory-Driven Costs (Callioni), 6. The Power of Flexibility for Mitigating Supply Chain Risks (Tang & Tomlin), 7. International Manufacturing Strategies of U.S. Multinationals (DuBois), 8. The Strategic Role of the Plant (Vereecke & Dierdonck), 9. A Typology of Plants in Global Manufacturing Networks (Vereecke & Dierdonck), 10. Site Competence Dynamics in International Manufacturing Networks (Meijboom & Vos) - and some relevant additions from the lectures.

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