Mark Maggio

Des Moines Area Community College
Economics and Sociology

906 North Grant Road
Carroll, IA
USA
51401
memaggio@dmacc.edu |  Visit Personal Website


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My focus is on interdisciplinary research in public policy on infrastructure, transport and logistics, and the regulatory and governance issues for related new technologies.

Citation:
Maggio, Mark. 2004. "Decision-Making on Controversial Transport and Enforcement Technology Applications." Dissertation. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International.
Abstract: A study of how decisions are taken in 26 US jurisdictions regarding controversial transport and enforcement technologies, including photo-speed and photo red light applications, and intelligent vehicle-highway applications.
URL: http://goo.gl/20qoX
Citation:
Maggio, Mark, and Yoram Shiftan. 2005. “Automated Toll Enforcement Financial and Policy Considerations – The Dulles Toll Road Case.” International Journal of Transport Economics.
Abstract: Financial and institutional trade-off analysis regarding automated toll collection and enforcement technologies.
Citation:
Maggio, Mark and R. R. Stough. 2007. “Policy Implications of Dynamic Globalized Freight Flows in North America.” Globalized Freight Transport, eds. Thomas R. Leinbach & Christina Capineri. (pp. 238-258).
Abstract: Overview of international logistics issues in North America with emphasis on security and innovative freight flow patterns.
URL: http://tris.trb.org/view.aspx?id=810494

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy
Governance
International Relations

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory
Policy Analysis and Evaluation

Keywords

INTERSTATE COMPACT TRANSPORT POLICY LOGISTICS INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT CONTROVERSIAL TECHNOLOGY