ASU Frontier Economies Logistics Lab

The Arizona State University Frontier Economies Logistics Lab is dedicated to bringing together organizations that can develop profitable ways to deliver goods and services to some of the world’s most disadvantaged countries and areas. The lab uses research produced by the W.P. Carey School of Business supply chain and logistics program. Dale Rogers, director of the lab, and Stephen Feinson, associate vice president of international development at ASU, tell us more about the lab and its work.

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Dale Rogers, director of ASU Frontier Economies Logistics Lab

Stephen Feinson, associate vice president of international development at ASU

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