The Logistics, Business and Public Policy (LBPP) department is comprised of scholars in the areas of supply chain management, economic strategy, business law, and international business. As a result of their expertise, faculty members have been called upon to testify before federal and state lawmakers, and to serve as consultants with diverse organizations such as the National Institute of Standards, Maryland Aviation Administration, and the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Graduates of the department's BS, MBA and MS supply chain management programs are sought after by industry and government employers, while PhD graduates have joined the faculties of major U.S. universities.
Research by faculty members appears in leading journals, including:
- Journal of International Business Studies
- Journal of Supply Chain Management
- Journal of Business Logistics
- Management Science
- Transportation Research
- Strategic Management Journal
- Transportation Journal
- Decision Sciences