TITLE

LOGISTICS SYSTEMS AS A FACTOR OF COUNTRY'S COMPETITIVENESS

AUTHOR(S)
Navickas, Valentinas; Sujeta, Leila; Vojtovich, Sergej
PUB. DATE
August 2011
SOURCE
Economics & Management;2011, Vol. 16, p231
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In global economy the activity of logistics systems, its infrastructure usage for the purpose to achieve the growth of economy become a necessity, whereas the scope and aims of logistics systems and its infrastructure use become specific in a reason of the impact of country's economic policy, focused on long-term competitiveness. Main factors of logistics systems impact on country's economic growth could be embodied through development levels of logistics systems and its infrastructure, the impact of business environment, the mobility and effective use of resources, logistic flexibility and receptivity to innovations. Opportunities to allocate and distribute processes and activities within logistics systems, also the stability of relations between subjects of logistics systems, allow for sustainable development of country's economy and relevant distribution of synergy effect of logistics systems activity. So, for the aim to generate country's competitive advantages it is necessary to improve indicators of effectiveness of logistics systems activity.
ACCESSION #
61821989

 

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