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Performance Comparison between Push and Pull Health Logistics Systems in Katsina State, Nigeria

Laurent Cleenewerck1, Devender Bhalla2, and Kabiru Abubakar Gulma3 1Pôle Universitaire Euclide, Bangui, Central African Republic 2Sudan League of Epilepsy and Neurology, Khartoum, Sudan 3EUCLID (Euclid University), Banjul, The Gambia Keywords: Push system, pull system, emergency order, lead time, stock out incidence, duration of stock out Abstract: Logistics systems of

Attaining Sustainable Development in Africa through the Promotion of Good Governance and Adherence to the UN SDGs

Author: Folawiyo Kareem Olajoku, Ph.D. Author affiliation(s): (1) School of Global Business and Economics, Pôle Universitaire Euclide (Euclid University), Bangui, Central African Republic; (2) EUCLID Global Institute, Washington DC (United States); (3) FKO Investments and Research, Lagos, Nigeria Email contact: [email protected] Keywords: Africa, sustainable development goals, social, and

Can Congestion Charging be a Solution to Beirut’s Chronic Traffic Problem?

Author: Harrouk TONY Author affiliation(s): (1) School of Global Economics and Development, Pôle Universitaire Euclide (Euclid University); EUCLID Global Institute, Washington DC (United States) Keywords: Common Resources, Negative Externalities, Traffic Jam, Air Pollution, Vehicle Emissions, Public Transportation, Supply-side and Demand-side measures, Congestion Charges, Tolls, Transport Infrastructure, Greater