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Alan McKinnon – Professor of Logistics

Freight transport policy

Investigating Synchromodality from a Supply Chain Perspective
Article

Dong, C., Boute, R., McKinnon, A.C., Verelst,M. Transportation Research part D, (2017) forthcoming.

Greater use of multimodal transportation can substantially improve the environmental performance of freight transportation. Despite strenuous efforts by public policy-makers to alter the freight modal split, most companies still rely heavily on road transportation, and modal shifts to rail and water have remained modest at best. ...

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Role of Government in Promoting Green Logistics
Chapter

McKinnon, A.C. in Green Logistics . 3rd ed. edited by McKinnon, A.C., Browne, M., Piecyk, M. and Whiteing, A. , Kogan Page, London (2015)

Chapter summary and graphics freely available for downloading (under 'View Resources') from: http://www.koganpage.com/product/green-logistics-9780749471859 ...

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Transport challenges and opportunities: briefing paper on the freight transport sector
Report

McKinnon, A.C. Report for the UK Commission for Integrated Transport (2009)

This report reviews several of the key freight transport issues. They can be summarised under the general heading of improving the sustainability of freight movement in a way that reconciles economic, environmental and social objectives.   This ‘triple-bottom line’ definition of sustainability has been central to the UK government’s freight transport policy for the past decade.   ...

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Influencing Company Logistics Management
Chapter

McKinnon, A.C. in Managing the Fundamental Drivers of Transport Demand, OECD, Paris (2003)

The paper, written for an OECD workshop, examines the inter-relationship between different levels of logistical decision-making and a series of key freight transport parameters that governments often want to influence to improve efficiency and minimise externalities. ...

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The Abolition of Quantitative Controls on Road Freight Transport
Article

McKinnon, A.C. Transport Logistics, 1, 2, 211-223 (1998)

During the 1980s and 1990s, the deregulation of road haulage operations at both national and international levels gathered momentum, particularly within the European Union. This paper assessed the effects of this removal of quantitative controls and examined the justification for the remaining constraints on own-account operations and for the ‘financial standing’ requirement that new operators had to meet.   ...

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