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Issue 2/ 2021, article 2

Gül Senir

COMPARISON OF DOMESTIC LOGISTICS PERFORMANCES OF TURKEY AND EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES IN 2018 WITH AN INTEGRATED MODEL

Abstract:

Background: The Logistics Performance Index (LPI), created by the World Bank, is a benchmark tool used to determine the threats and opportunities faced by countries in their logistics performances and to improve their performances. Countries aim to increase their LPI scores and rank higher on the LPI list while developing their strategies.

Methods: In this study, it was aimed to compare the domestic logistics performances of Turkey and the European Union countries with an integrated model using the domestic logistics performance index data for 2018, which was recently published by the World Bank. In this direction, firstly, the importance levels of the criteria were determined with the CRITIC (Criteria Importance Through Intercritera Correlation) method, and then, using the importance levels of the criteria, the countries were ranked according to the domestic logistics performance score with the COPRAS (Complex Proportional Assessment) method.

Results: As a result of the CRITIC method, the most important criterion in the ranking according to the importance levels of the criteria was “without physical examination”, which is the sub-criterion of the customs clearance period, while the Netherlands was the country with the best performance in the ranking performed by the COPRAS method, using the importance levels of the criteria determined by the CRITIC method.

Conclusions: The study differs from current studies in the literature in that it is the first study to perform a domestic logistic performance comparison using CRITIC and COPRAS methods with an integrated model. The results of the current study can be compared with the results obtained by using different integrated models and different data in the studies to be conducted.

Keywords: Logistics Performance Index (LPI), Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM), CRITIC, COPRAS

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DOI: 10.17270/J.LOG.2021.576
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MLA Senir, Gül. "Comparison of domestic logistics performances of Turkey and European Union countries in 2018 with an integrated model." Logforum 17.2 (2021): 2. DOI: 10.17270/J.LOG.2021.576
APA Gül Senir (2021). Comparison of domestic logistics performances of Turkey and European Union countries in 2018 with an integrated model. Logforum 17 (2), 2. DOI: 10.17270/J.LOG.2021.576
ISO 690 SENIR, Gül. Comparison of domestic logistics performances of Turkey and European Union countries in 2018 with an integrated model. Logforum, 2021, 17.2: 2. DOI: 10.17270/J.LOG.2021.576
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