Reports and Publications of the project ..... (please contact Jim Rice at <email@example.com> if you would like more information or possibly a copy of these publications).
"Development of a Statewide Freight System Resiliency Plan"
Project Report, July 23, 2008 by Dr. Chris Caplice and James B. Rice, Jr.
"Resilience: What it is and how to achieve it"
Congressional Testimony, May 6, 2008 by Prof. Yossi Sheffi
The House Committee on Homeland Security
“The Resilient Homeland – Broadening the Homeland Security Strategy”
"100% Container Scanning:
Security Policy Implications for Global Supply Chains" MIT Thesis by Allison C. Bennett and
Yi Zhuan Chin, June 2008
"How Risk Management Can Secure Your Business" by Jim Rice, MIT and Bill Tenney, Target Corporation, published in Supply Chain Strategy, June 2007
"Rethinking Security" by Jim Rice, published in Logistics Management, May 2007
"Give Your Transborder Supply Chain a Strategic Lift" by Jim Rice, MIT and Philip Spayd, Global Trade Systems, published in Supply Chain Strategy, February 2007
"Assessing Cargo Supply Risk" by Dan Purtell, First Advantage Corp. and Jim Rice, MIT, in Security Management (Summer 2006 and online)
"A Supply Chain View of the Resilient Enterprise" ,by Yossi Sheffi and James B. Rice, Jr. published in Sloan Management Review, Fall 2005
The Resilient Enterprise - Sheffi, MIT Press, October 2005
"Investing in Supply Chain Security - Collateral Benefits" by James B. Rice, Jr., MIT and Philip Spayd, Global Trade Systems, published by The IBM Center for the Business of Government, May 2005
Chain Management under the Threat of International Terrorism"
by Yossi Sheffi, published in the International
Journal of Logistics Management (v12, no. 2, 2001)
Chain Response to Terrorism: Creating Resilient & Secure Supply
Chains" Interim Report An report of progress and observations
of this research through Auust, 2003.
a Secure and Resilient Supply Network" article in
Supply Chain Management Review, September-October 2003 buy James
B. Rice, Jr. and Federico Caniato reviews some of the findings of
the project team in terms of creating secure and resilient supply
Chain Response to Global Terrorism: A Situation Scan"
paper describing project progress through March, 2003 and as submitted
to the EurOMA-POMS Conference in Como, Italy June, 2003. Federico
Caniato gave this presentation
on the paper at the conference on June 17, 2003.
The work was generously funded by the MIT
Integrated Supply Chain Management (ISCM)
Program, the University
Transportation Center (UTC) Program, and The