The best overall paper and the best doctoral paper authored by a Ph.D. candidate has been identified and awarded throughout the years. The overall best paper has been invited for publication in the International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management NOFOMA Special Issue that is published with selected papers from the NOFOMA conference every year.

Below, you can find information of the past years’ awarded papers:

Joakim Kembro and Andreas Norrman, Lund University, Sweden.
Manual, automated or smart? Trends in Swedish Retail’s Warehouse
Oskari Rintala, University of Turku, Finland.
How to not lose oneself: the case for relational identity in collaborative supply relationships
Bente Flygansvær, Asta Gjetø Samuelsen and Rebecka Våge Støyle, BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo, Norway
The power of nudging: How reverse logistics can contribute to improved recycling rates
Linnea Haag, Linköping University, Sweden
Dynamic supply chain capabilities supporting collaboration between retailers and logistics service providers
Amer Jazairy, Robin von Haartman, University of Gavle
Assessing the gaps between shippers and logistics service providers on green logistics practices along the logistics purchasing process
Per Wide, Chalmers University of Technology
Proactive recovery actions in real-time transport chain disruption management, a logistics service provider perspective