Ports Project Research Reports

The Ports Project at the University of North Florida conducts research and analysis of Jaxport and the port economy. As reports, studies, and papers are completed they will be posted here.

 

 Materials On Proposed Dredging/Deepening of St. Johns River

 

 Papers and Reports on the Port Economy

David Jaffee, "Jaxport As An Urban Growth Strategy: Community Implications and Prospects." Special Report, September, 2012.

 

David Jaffee, "A Deeper Channel Floats All Boats: The Port Economy as Urban Growth Engine." Revised, 2014.

David Jaffee, "Labor and the Geographic Reorganization of Container Shipping in the U.S." in Growth and Change, Vol. 41 No. 4 (December 2010), pp. 520–539.

 

David Jaffee, "Kink in the Intermodal Logistics Supply Chain: Interorganizational Relations in the Port Economy." Revised, 2014. 
David Jaffee, "Industry Structure, Organizational Forms, and Labor Dynamics in the Intermodal Logistics Supply Chain"Paper to be presented at 28th International Labour Process Conference, March 2010. (posted February 2010)

David Jaffee and Adam Rowley, "Hauling Containers: Port Drayage Drivers in the Logistics Supply Chain"Paper to be presented at the Southern Sociological Society meetings, April 2010. (posted February 2010)

David Jaffee and Adam Rowley. "Report on Port Truckers Survey at Jacksonville Port Authority" (revised November 2009)

David Jaffee. "Economic Impact Studies and Employment/Earnings Projections for the Jacksonville Port Authority" (revised November 2009)

David Jaffee. "The Global Economic Crisis and the Future Vitality of the Port Economy"  (revised November 2009) 

 

David Jaffee. Research Brief 1.1 "Preliminary Analysis of Jacksonville Logistics Industry Labor Market: Wages and Income" (May 2009)

Bridgett Vadeboncoeur. "Environmental Impacts of Ports: Policy and Recommendations for Jaxport" (April 2009)

Brian Swanson. "Third Party Logistics, The Port Economy, and Jaxport" (April 2009)