Eliseo Vilalta-Perdomo
Eliseo Vilalta-Perdomo
Senior Teaching Fellow - Service Operations Management
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Sustainability of supply chains in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2) pandemic: lessons and trends
ABL de Sousa Jabbour, CJC Jabbour, M Hingley, EL Vilalta-Perdomo, ...
Modern Supply Chain Research and Applications, 2020
Making friends with windmills: building territorial capital
G Lakshmi, G De Zeeuw, M Vahl, EL Vilalta-perdomo
ACRN Oxford Journal of Finance and Risk Perspectives 4 (4), 100-108, 2015
Evaluating economic resilience for sustainable agri‐food systems: The case of Mexico
R Michel‐Villarreal, E Vilalta‐Perdomo, M Hingley, M Canavari
Strategic Change 28 (4), 279-288, 2019
Roles of Intermediaries in Developing Resilient Systems: A community approach to food micro-producers
M Hingley, EL Vilalta-Perdomo
Global Intermediation and Logistics Service Providers, 43-63, 2017
An initial exploration on the drivers for integrating small-farmers in supply chains and networks: Propensity to collaborate
R Michel-Villarreal, EL Vilalta-Perdomo
Exploring producers' motivations and challenges within a farmers' market
R Michel-Villarreal, EL Vilalta-Perdomo, M Hingley
British Food Journal, 2020
Microbusiness Collaboration as a Strategy to Increase Resilience in Natural Disasters: The Case of Coastal El Niño in Peru 2017
J Vargas-Florez, EL Vilalta-Perdomo, M Hingley, R Michel-Villarreal
Handbook of Research on Urban and Humanitarian Logistics, 330-346, 2019
The value of public data for assessing sustainability: The case of Mexican entrepreneurs and the rural census
R Michel-Villarreal, E Vilalta-Perdomo, M Hingley
Sustainable Entrepreneurship, 330-347, 2018
Beyond links and chains in food supply: a Community OR perspective
E Vilalta-Perdomo, M Hingley
Journal of the operational research society 69 (4), 580-588, 2018
On defining'sustainability'. An impossible task?
EL Vilalta-perdomo, R Michel-Villarreal, J Corliss
Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, 2017
Role of logistics performance in the achievement of the SDGs
R Michel-Villarreal, EL Vilalta-perdomo, R Thierry Aguilera
Towards an understanding of farmers˘ motivations and challenges within Short Food Supply Chains: The case of farmers' markets in Mexico
R Michel-Villarreal, E Vilalta-Perdomo, M Hingley
Merge-in-transit (MiT) retailing: rapid fulfillment, mass customization, and postponement
O Cruz-Mejía, EL Vilalta-perdomo, M Monsreal
Impact of different modelling approaches to evaluate public policies: the case of entrepreneurship in Central Mexico
EL Vilalta-perdomo, C Montaudon-Tomas
Keynotes and extended abstracts of the OR53, Operational Research Society …, 2011
What Keeps Us Together and Makes Us Effective?
E Vilalta-Perdomo
Eliseo Vilalta Perdomo, 2010
Challenge-Based Learning Approach for Introducing Sustainability Concepts. The case of the Food Waste Hub in Lincoln
EL Vilalta-perdomo, R Michel-Villarreal
Challenge-Based Learning: A Multidisciplinary Teaching and Learning Approach in the Digital Era–UoL4. 0 Challenge: A CBL Implementation
EL Vilalta-Perdomo, R Michel-Villarreal, G Lakshmi, C Ge
Engineering Education Trends in the Digital Era, 150-176, 2020
UoL4. 0 Challenge 2019: Challenge-Based Learning as an approach to develop students' 21st Century digital skills, through UoL and businesses technology-based co-production
EL Vilalta-perdomo, R Michel-Villarreal, C Ge, G Lakshmi
Individual Actions as Community Informative Resources. A Collective Informative Systems Approach
EL Vilalta-Perdomo, R Herron
Systemic Practice and Action Research 31 (6), 581-598, 2018
Community Knowledge Networks-The Self-Organisation and Articulation of Social Issues in Rural Lincolnshire
R Herron, EL Vilalta-perdomo, Z Mendiwelso-Bendek
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