DHS and CSR reference letter (PDF)
CSR and MIT reference letter (PDF)
"Wanted: Innovative Responses to a New Security Threat" by Jim Rice, Supply Chain Management Review, November 2014 (SC Cyberrisk & Innovation)
"An initial exploration of port capacity bottlenecks in the USA port system and the implications on resilience" by Kai Trepte and James B. Rice, Jr., forthcoming in The International Journal of Shipping and Transportation Logistics
"Time to toughen up US ports" by James B. Rice, Jr. and Kai Trepte, The Journal of Commerce, June 5, 2014
"Inapt Innovations Do More Harm Than Good" by Jim Rice, Supply Chain Management Review, Jan-Feb 2014
"Building Port Resilience" by James B. Rice, Jr., The Journal of Commerce, August 27, 2013
"Port Mapper: Preparing for the Future" by James B. Rice, Jr., Kai Trepte and Ken Cottrill, The Eno Brief, June 2013
CTL White Paper: "Innovative or Inconclusive? Evaluating New Supply Chain Ideas" by Ken Cottrill and Jim Rice, Spring 2013
White Paper - "The MIT CTL Port Resilience Survey Report" by James B. Rice, Jr. and Kai Trepte, December 2012
CSR Port Resilience Report - MIREES Review Meeting February 8, 2012 by Jim Rice
White Paper: "SC Innovation: A Conceptual Framework" by Antonella Moretto (Visiting PhD student from Politecnico di Milano) and James B. Rice, Jr., February 7, 2012
"Failure modes in the maritime transportation system – a functional approach to throughput vulnerability" Maritime Policy and Management, Volume 38, Issue 6, 2011, by BERLE, Ø., RICE JR, J.B., and ASBJØRNSLETT, B.E. (also available at Taylor & Francis Online)
White Paper - "An Initial Exploration of Port Capacity Bottlenecks in the United States Port System and The Implications on Resilience" by Kai Trepte and James B. Rice, Jr., 2011
White Paper - "Revisiting Port Capacity: A practical method for Investment and Policy decisions" by Lagoudis, Ioannis N. and Rice, James B., Jr., Summer, 2011
"International Crisis Hits the Supply Chain: The Japan Disaster" presentation by Jim Rice at TAPA Conference in New Orleans, LA on June 6, 2011
"Only As Strong As The Weakest Link" by James B. Rice, Jr., Mechanical Engineering, June 2011 [article on the impact of Japan disaster - earthquake,/tsunami/nuclear meltdown - on supply chains]
"Do You Have the Skill to Manage a Crisis?" Supply Chain Management Review, by Dr. Bruce Arntzen and James B. Rice, Jr., May/June 2011
The Japan Disaster: Rebuilding Supply Chains, Journal of Commerce webinar, March 25, 2011 by Bruce Arntzen and Jim Rice (pdf of presentation)
Supply Chain Frontiers #38: Are US Ports Disaster-Ready?, article by Jim Rice and Kai Trepte, October 2010
Development of a Statewide Freight System Resiliency Plan
" Project Report, July 23, 2008 by Dr. Chris Caplice and James B. Rice, Jr.
"How Risk Management Can Secure Your Business" by James B. Rice, Jr., MIT and Bill Tenney, Target Corporation, published in Supply Chain Strategy, June 2007
"Rethinking Security" by James B. Rice, Jr, published in Logistics Management, May 2007
"Give Your Transborder Supply Chain a Strategic Lift" by James B. Rice, Jr., 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 James B. Rice, Jr., 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
"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
"Supply Chain Response to Terrorism: Creating Resilient & Secure Supply Chains" Interim Report, James B, Rice, Jr. and Federico Caniato, August, 2003.
"Building a Secure and Resilient Supply Network" article in Supply Chain Management Review, September-October 2003 by James B. Rice, Jr. and Federico Caniato reviews some of the findings of the project team in terms of creating secure and resilient supply networks.
"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.