Part of a multi-disciplinary research team that was involved in the evaluation of logistics-led economic development – a project funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) – [FDOT Project: BDV25 977-04]. The goal of this research was to conduct an extensive review and case study analysis of logistics activity centers (LACs) within the United States and abroad in order to determine their success and deterrence factors. Insights from this review process were then used in order to develop a framework for identifying success and deterrence factors for LACs.
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Ozkul S., Menon N., Pinjari A.R., Davis D., and Seggerman K. (2018), “Determination of Success and Deterrence Factors for Logistics Activity Center (LAC) Development.” Under review for publication in Transport Policy. [.pdf]
Menon, N., Ozkul, S., Pinjari, A.R., Davis, D., Seggerman, K., Ozguven, E.E., State DOT Investment Criteria Targeting Economic Development Enhancement through Freight and Logistics Related Projects. Submitted to Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND OTHER SCHOLARLY WORK
Ozkul S., Menon N., Pinjari A.R., Davis D., and Seggerman K. (2016), “Determination of Success and Deterrence Factors for Logistics Activity Centers (LACs).” Presented at the Transportation Research Board’s 95th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, January 2016. [.pdf]
Menon N., Ozkul S., and Pinjari A, R. (2015). “Freight Mobility: Success Factors for Logistics Activity Center (LAC) Growth”, FLITE, Volume 56 Issue No. 2, 2015.