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Mr. Liam Fassam

  • Job title: Research Leader: ILIST
  • Department: Institute of Logistics, Infrastructure, Supply & Transport

General information

Liam is a University Lecturer in the areas of Operations and Supply chain management and researcher in the areas of supply chain ‘food security’ and ‘food crime’ as well as a Senior management professional. Liam has over 24 years’ experience within the logistics and supply chain arena, which has delivered exposure to clients such as:

  • Apple Inc 
  • European Commission (EC) 
  • Hilton
  • HP
  • Musgrave group
  • Lloyds pharmacy 
  • Sodexo 

In 2011, Liam was invited to participate in the European Union seventh framework project (FP7-SME-2011) delivering subject matter expertise in UK and German rail and road intermodal markets, with particular focus on:

  • food category management
  • market share
  •  logistics business opportunity coupled to multi modal effectiveness

Liam is currently engaged as an expert adviser to the European Commission’s Horizon 20/20 project in the areas of Supply chain and Food security. ​

Teaching

  • ​Operations Management Logistics
  • Procurement Supply chain
  • Project management​

Research

Liam's research areas include Food security and Food crime in the supply chain​.

Publications

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2017

  1. Fassam, L. and Dani, S. (2017) A conceptual understanding of criminality and integrity challenges in food supply chains. British Food Journal. 119(1), pp. 39-51. 0007-070X.
  2. Fassam, L., Hazenberg, R. and Denny, S. (2017) Perceptions of a multi-stakeholder approach to public transport creation; a four stage Delphi of social value creation. Paper presented to: Irish Transport Research Network Conference (ITRN2017), Dublin, 28-29 August 2017.
  3. Fassam, L., Bridgman, J. and Liravi, P. (2017) Towards connected mobility: case study and Delphi approach to theoretical framework for delivering societal benefit. Paper presented to: 22nd International Conference of Hong Kong Society for Transportation Studies (HKSTS): Transport and Society, Hong Kong, 09-11 December 2017.

2016

  1. Fassam, L. (2016) Circular economy - looking towards the future. In: Swales, J. (ed.) The Handbook of Reverse Logistics: From Returns Management to the Circular Economy. United Kingdom: Kogan Page. pp. 150-189.
  2. Fassam, L. (2016) Collaborative and co-opetitive supply chain. In: Swales, J. (ed.) The Handbook of Reverse Logistics: From Returns Management to the Circular Economy. United Kingdom: Kogan Page. pp. 100-138.
  3. Copsey, S., Southern, R., Fassam, L., Denny, S., Sykes, J., Cecil, J., Walsh, S. and Joseph, S. (2016) Enhancing rural public transport accessibility through implementing a smart scan-on m-ticketing solution: a United Kingdom case study approach within deregulated environments. Paper presented to: European Transport Conference (ETC) 2016, Barcelona, 05-07 October 2016.
  4. Copsey, S., Fassam, L., Walsh, S. and Southern, R. (2016) Enhancing transport accessibility using mobility as a service through partnerships. Paper presented to: American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual General Meeting 2017, Boston, USA, 05-09 April 2017. (Accepted)
  5. Fassam, L. and Dani, S. (2016) Food supply chain resilience - how effective are existing voluntary initiatives in England and is there a need for legislation? (Accepted)
  6. Fassam, L. and Hills, M. (2016) Food supply chain resilience: a conceptual vision for an intelligence-led approach to combating food criminality and terrorism. Journal of Transportation Security. 1938-7741. (Accepted)
  7. Fassam, L., Copsey, S. and Gough, A. (2016) Network Northamptonshire: total transport smart city procurement theoretical framework for sustainable economic and social change. International Journal of Advanced Logistics. 2287-108X. (In Press)
  8. Fassam, L. (2016) Procurement and supply chain resource efficiency. In: Benoy, A.-M. and Owen, L. (eds.) Link to Link: Driving Resource Efficiency across Supply Chains. London: Policy Connect. pp. 20-27.
  9. Soon, J. M., Manning, L., Dani, S., Fassam, L., Jackson, E. and Farag, K. (2016) Reduce surplus food: linking corporate donors and food banks. Science. 1095-9203.
  10. Fassam, L., Copsey, S. and Denny, S. (2016) Smart city multi-modal transportation: theoretical procurement framework for delivering societal benefit. Paper presented to: American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting 2017, Boston, USA, 05-09 April 2017. (Accepted)
  11. Fassam, L. and Dani, S. (2016) Supply chain food crime: can behaviours of supply chain actors affect food integrity? Paper presented to: 21st Logistics Research Network (LRN) Annual Conference 2016 and PhD Workshop : Doing the Right Thing – Ethical Issues in Logistics and Supply Chain, University of Hull, 07-09 September 2016.
  12. Dani, S. and Fassam, L. (2016) The convergence of ethics and fraud: challenges facing procurement functions in food supply chains. Paper presented to: 21st Logistics Research Network (LRN) Annual Conference 2016 and PhD Workshop : Doing the Right Thing – Ethical Issues in Logistics and Supply Chain, University of Hull, 07-09 September 2016.
  13. Manning, L., Soon, J., Dani, S. and Fassam, L. (2016) The dynamics of donation-based food supply chain in developed countries. Food Policy. 0306-9192. (Accepted)

2015

  1. Fassam, L. (2015) Chairman of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (NN). Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
  2. Fassam, L. (2015) Journal Editor. Supply Management. United Kingdom: Redactive Media Group.
  3. Fassam, L. (2015) Exporting logistics. Panel Presentation presented to: #StartupChats – Exporting Logistics, Online, 24 June 2015. (Unpublished)
  4. Batista, L., Saes, S., Fouto, N. and Fassam, L. (2015) Industrial ecology perspectives of food supply chains: a framework of analysis. Paper presented to: 17th International Conference on Industrial Ecology (ICIE 2015), Istanbul, Turkey, 21-22 May 2015. (Unpublished)
  5. Fassam, L., Copsey, S. and Gough, A. (2015) Network Northamptonshire: total transport smart city procurement theoretical framework for sustainable economic and social change. In: 8th European Conference on ICT 4 Transport Logistics : Intelligent Logistics Solutions - a Catalyst for Digital Economy. France: ECITL. p. 30.
  6. Fassam, L. (2015) Procurement fraud: the insider threat to fraud and the ability to prevent with an intelligence led approach to big data and internet of things. Invited Presentation presented to: 14th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security (ECCWS 2015 UK), University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK, 02-03 July 2015. (Unpublished)
  7. Gough, A. and Fassam, L. (2015) Proximity matters: shared challenges within a logistics cluster. Paper presented to: 20th Logistics Research Network (LRN) Annual Conference and PhD Workshop 2015, University of Derby, 09-11 September 2015. (Unpublished)
  8. Fassam, L., Bates, M. P. and Dani, S. (2015) Resource efficiency: creating a route to logistics and the circular economy. Paper presented to: 20th Logistics Research Network (LRN) Annual Conference and PhD Workshop, University of Derby, 09-11 September 2015. (Unpublished)
  9. Fassam, L. (2015) Responding to price volatility: creating a more resilient agricultural sector - written evidence. Online: Parliament House of Lords Select Committee, EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee.
  10. Fassam, L., Dani, S. and Hills, M. (2015) Supply chain food crime & fraud: a systematic literature review of food criminality. Paper presented to: 20th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2015) : Designing Responsible and Innovative Global Supply Chains, Bologna, Italy, 05-08 July 2015. (Unpublished)
  11. Fassam, L. (2015) Written evidence from University of Northampton (RHS0002): Road haulage sector: skills and workforce planning inquiry. Online: Parliament House of Commons Select Transport Committee.

2014

  1. Gough, A. and Fassam, L. (2014) Logistics sector analysis 2014.
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