LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT DETERMINATIONS RELATED TO ECONOMIC CONSTRAINTS AND OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Gheorghe MINCULETE The" Carol I" National Defense University
  • Diana ȚUȚUIANU The" Carol I" National Defense University

Abstract

Abstract: Within the knowledge based society, the evolution of economic theory and practice
in the logistic field, generally speaking, has a significant impact upon the domain of military logistics.
The changes mentioned determine multiple and major mutations in military logistics due to its
permanent connection to the economic logistic domain. The inter-conditioning of the management
processes in the economic domain with those in military logistics generates a modern approach
of logistic management, in the context of creating the necessary conditions for accomplishing the
objectives of interoperability with western military structures. Given these assumptions, we are going
to tackle the essential aspects characterizing logistics and logistic management in the economic and
military domains in terms of effectiveness and efficiency.

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Published
2014-03-18
Section
Articole