HomeTopicsDelivery InnovationConfiguring the last-mile in business-to-consumer e-retailing TopicsDelivery InnovationEcommerceResearchResearch Paper Configuring the last-mile in business-to-consumer e-retailing By Stanley Lim May 5, 2021 0 1224 LinkedinTwitterFacebookPinterestEmail Reference: Lim, S.F.W.T. and Winkenbach, M. 2019. Configuring the last-mile in business-to-consumer e-retailing. California Management Review, 61(2): 132-154. Like this:Like Loading... LinkedinTwitterFacebookPinterestEmail Previous articleHow E-commerce Creates New Trends in Supply Chain ManagementNext articleRamadan: A Marketing Opportunity For Middle-East Retailers Stanley Lim RELATED ARTICLES Delivery Innovation New Technology and its Impact on the World of Business Last Mile Logistics - November 4, 2023 Delivery Innovation The Potential of Delivery Drones: Advantages and Challenges Last Mile Logistics - October 27, 2023 Journal Tactical Design of Same-Day Delivery Systems Last Mile Logistics - January 27, 2023 Leave a ReplyCancel reply Most Popular How Online Retailers Prepare for the Holiday Season November 21, 2023 How AI is Being Implemented to Streamline Warehouse Operations at Amazon and Alibaba November 11, 2023 Warehousing Technology Implementations for Lower-Volume Companies November 11, 2023 In-House vs. Outsourced Fulfillment and the Pros and Cons to Both November 6, 2023 Load more Recent Comments Buying Hot Wheels Has Become Almost As Hard As Buying An … – Jalopnik – Auto Robot Demo on The Covid-19 Shortage that Stole Christmas Buying Hot Wheels Is Almost As Hard As Buying Actual Cars - swifttelecast on The Covid-19 Shortage that Stole Christmas Rafał Świerczyński on Parcel lockers in Poland: Boom or just a war of declarations? Stacey on Parcel lockers in Poland: Boom or just a war of declarations? HelloPixels on Ramadan: A Marketing Opportunity For Middle-East Retailers Stanley Lim on Changes in the way Uber drivers are paid in the UK. Does it mean global changes?