Journal of Transportation Management

Articles from Spring

A Longitudinal Analysis of the Journal of Transportation Management: 1996-2004
INTRODUCTION The publication of this issue of the Journal of Transportation Management (JTM) is especially significant. The JTM, which is published by Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity and Georgia Southern University, turns seventeen with...
Financing America's Roads: The Past Is Prologue
INTRODUCTION The methods by which direct users finance American roadways continue to evolve. This dis-cussion begins with a historical perspective of American roadway financing. It then explores revenue collection and expenditures at the federal,...
Regulatory Perspectives of the Air Express Industry
MAJOR REGULATORY CHALLENGES Due to its presence in more than 200 countries around the world, the air express industry is tightly influenced by local regulatory environ-ments. Government policies, practices and regulations always effect the ability...
The Importance of Logistics Capability in the E-Commerce Market
INTRODUCTION The study of firm performance is grounded in several disciplines including economics, soci-ology, and organizational behavior. Many researchers have attempted to explain why cer-tain firms perform better than others do by linking various...
Using Active Learning to Enhance Supply Chain Knowledge
INTRODUCTION The Internet revolution has helped to create many new business opportunities and challenges for logistics practitioners. Past research (Murphy and Poist, 1994, Fawcett, 1992) has found that the skills required of most logistics and...