Publications

Publications by Dr. John Spink:

Books

  1. Spink, John, (IN PRESS). Overview of Integrated Supply Chain Management: Sourcing, Operations & Logistics, ISBN 978-x-xx-xxxxxx-x, URL: <PENDING>
  2. Spink, John W (2019). Food Fraud Prevention – Introduction, Implementation, and Management, Food Microbiology and Food Safety series, Springer Publishing, New York, eBook ISBN 978-1-4939-9621-6, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-9621-6, Hardcover ISBN 978-1-4939-9619-3, Edition Number 1,Number of Pages XIX, 591 [Online version available October 18, 2019]

Peer-Reviewed, Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Spink, John (2019). The Current State of Food Fraud Prevention: Overview and Requirements to Address “How to Start?” and “How Much is Enough?”, Current Opinions in Food Science (COFS), 00(00), 00-00 (SJR 1.166, ISI: #; rank: 90% & 26/255)
  2. Spink, John; Zhang, Guangtao; Chen, Weina & Speier-Pero, Cheri ( 2019).  Introducing the Food Fraud Prevention Cycle (FFPC): A Dynamic Information Management and Strategic Roadmap, Food Control, 105 (November 2019), 233-241. (SJR 1.45, ISI 3.667; 94% & 16/273 Food Science)
    1. Co-author Affiliation: Zhang & Chen – Mars Incorporated (China); Speier-Pero – MSU Business College, Department of  Supply Chain Management
  3. Spink, John, Bedard, Brian, Bruner, Leon, Keogh, John, Scimeca, Joseph, Goodridge, Lawrence, Moyer, Douglas C, & Vasan, Akila (2019). International Survey of Food Fraud and related Terminology: Preliminary Results and Discussion,, Journal of Food Science/ Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety; 00(00), 00-00. (SJR 2.755, ISI 7.028; 2/273 Food Science)
    1. Co-author Affiliation: Bedard, Bruner & Vasan – Grocery Manufacturer’s Association (GMA); Keogh – University of Reading (UK); Scimeca – Cargill Incorporated; Goodridge – University of McGill (Canada); Moyer – MSU CHM/ Public Health.
  4. Cadieux, B, Goodridge, LD, & Spink, J (2019). Gap analysis of the Canadian food fraud regulatory oversight and recommendations for improvement, Food Control Journal, 00(00), pages 00-00 Food Control (SJR 1.45, ISI 3.667; 94% & 16/273 Food Science)
    1. Co-author Affiliation: Cadieux & Goodridge – McGill University (Canada).
  5. Spink, John, Elliott, Christopher, Dean, Moira, Speier-Pero, Cheri, 2019). Fraud Data Collection Needs Survey, Science of Food Journal (NPJ, Nature), 3(1), Pages 1-5 (SJR pending, ISI pending; pending position in Food Science);
    1. Co-author Affiliation: Elliott & Dean – Queen’s University Belfast (NI, UK), Speier-Pero – MSU Business College, Department of  Supply Chain Management.
  6. Spink, John; Embarek Peter Ben; Joseph Savelli, Carmen; & Bradshaw, Adam (IN PRESS, 2019). Global perspectives on food fraud: results from a WHO survey of members of the International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN), Science of Food Journal (NPJ, Nature), 3(12), Pages 1-5 (SJR pending, ISI pending; pending position in Food Science);
    1. Co-author Affiliation: Embarek, Savelli, & Bradshaw – World Health Organization/ International Food Safety Authorities Network (NFOSAN).
  7. Spink, John, Hegarty, P. Vincent, Fortin, N.D., Elliott, Christopher T., & Moyer, D.C. (2019). The Application of Public Policy Theory to the Emerging Food Fraud Risk: Next Steps, Trends in Food Science & Technology(TIFS), 85 (March 2019), 116-128. (SJR 2.558, ISI 6.609;  3/273 in food science);
    1. Co-author Affiliation: Hegarty & Fortin – MSU Agriculture & Law, Elliott – Queen’s University Belfast (NI, UK), Moyer – MSU Public Health
  8. Spink, John, Ortega, David, Chen, Chen, and Wu, Felicia (2017). Food Fraud Prevention Shifts Food Risk Focus to Vulnerability, Trends in Food Science and Technology Journal, Volume 62, Number 2, Pages 215-220. (SJR 2.334, ISI #;  99% & 3/255 in food science), Co-author Affiliation: Ortega – MSU Ag Econ, Chen & Wu – MSU Food Science.
  9. Moyer, Douglas C, Spink, John. & Devries, Jonathon. (2017). The Economics of a Food Fraud Incident Case Studies and Examples Including Melamine in Wheat Gluten, Food Control, Volume 71, Pages 358-364 (ISI: 3.388; SCJ: 1.156; ranking 16/123 in Food Science and Technology)(Originally published online 2016)
  10. Spink, J. (2017). Product Fraud and Product Counterfeiting as a Source of Terrorist Funding, Security Journal, Volume 30, Number 2, Page 640-645. (ISI 0.455; SJR 0.293) (considered a “Tier 1” Journal by the MSU School of Criminal Justice) (Originally published online 2015)
  11. Heinonen, J., Spink, J., & Wilson, JM, (2017). When Crime Defies Classification: The Case of Product Counterfeiting as White Collar Crime, Security Journal, Volume 30, Number 2, pp. 621-639. (ISI 0.455; SJR 0.293) [considered a “Tier 1” Journal by the MSU School of Criminal Justice]  (Originally published online 2014)
  12. Spink, John, Moyer, Douglas. C., & Whelan, Peter. (2016). The role of the public private partnership in Food Fraud prevention—includes implementing the strategy. Current Opinion in Food Science, Volume 10, Pages 68-75 (ISI: NA, SJR: 1.166)
  13. Spink, John, Fortin, Neal D, Moyer, Douglas C, Miao, Hong and Wu, Yongning. (2017) Food Fraud Prevention: Policy, Strategy, and Decision-Making–Implementation Steps for a Government Agency or Industry. CHIMIA International Journal for Chemistry, Volume 70, Number 5, Pages 320-328. (ISI: 3.259, SJR 1.620) (Originally published online 2016)
  14. Spink, John, Moyer, Douglas C, & Speier-Pero, Cheri (2016). Introducing the Food Fraud Initial Screening Model (FFIS), Food Control, Volume 69, November 2016, Pages 306-314. (ISI Impact Factor = 3.388; Scopus SJR = 1.516; ranking 16/123 in Food Science and Technology) (Originally published online 2016)
  15. Spink, John, Rip, Michael, and Moyer, Douglas C, (2016). New Perspective for Addressing Public Health Threat of Counterfeit Medicines: A Review of the Nigerian Combating Counterfeiting and Sub-Standard Medicines Initiatives, Journal of Forensic Science & Criminology, Volume 4, Number 2, Page 1-13.  (ISI NA; SCJ NA)
  16. Spink, J., Moyer, DC., Forsht, V., Park, HH., Wu, Y., Shao, B., Hong, M., Yeop Paek, C., and Edelev, D.  (2015), Introducing Food Fraud including Translation and Interpretation to Russian, Korean, and Chinese Languages, Food Chemistry, Volume 189, Page 102-107. (ISI 3.259; SJR 1.559)
  17. Spink, J., Moyer, DC, Park, H., and Heinonen, J. (2014). Development of a Product Counterfeiting Clustering Tool (PCICT), Crime Science Journal, Volume 3, Number 3, pp. 1-8. (SJR: 1.323; ISI <new>)
  18. Spink, J., Moyer, DC, Park, H., and Heinonen, J. (2013/2017) Defining the Types of Counterfeiters, Counterfeiting, Offender Organizations, Crime Science Journal, Volume 2, Number 8, pp. 1-10. (SJR: 1.323; ISI <new>)
  19. Spink, J, Elliott, CT, Swoffer, KP, (2013). Defining food fraud prevention to align food science and technology resources, Food Science & Technology, the Journal of the Institute of Food Science and Technology, Volume 27 (Number 4), December, pp 39-42. (ISI NA; SJR 0.104)
  20. Wheatley, V. and Spink, J. (2013). Defining the Public Health Threat of Dietary Supplement Fraud, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, Volume 12, Number 6, pp. 599-613. (Note: ISI ranked 1 of 161 academic Food Science Journals) (ISI 3.540; SJR 2.302)
  21. Everstine, K., Spink, J. and Kennedy, S. (2013). Analysis of Food Fraud and Economically Motivated Adulteration Incidents, Journal of Food Protection, Number 4, April 2013, pp. 560-735. (ISI 1.797; SJR 0.934)
  22. Spink, J. and Moyer, DC. (2013) Understanding and Combating Food Fraud [Cover Story], Food Technology magazine, Volume 67, Number 1, pp. 30-36. (ISI 0.289; SJR 0.15)
  23. Spink, J. & Fejes, Z, (2012) Review of Reports Quantifying the Economic Impact of Counterfeiting and Piracy, International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Volume 36, Number 4, p. 1-23. Note: [not considered a “Tier 1” Journal by the MSU School of Criminal Justice in 2013] (ISI none; SJR none)
  24. Moore, J, Spink, J, and Lipp, M. (2012). Development and Application of a Database of Food Ingredient Fraud and Economically Motivated Adulteration from 1980 to 2010, Journal of Food Science, Volume 77 (Number 4), pp. R118-R126. (ISI 1.791; SJR 0.378)
  25. Spink, J, and Moyer, DC, (2011) Defining the Public Health Threat of Food Fraud, Journal of Food Science, Volume 75 (Number 9), p. 57-63. (ISI 1.791; SJR 0.378)

Chapters or Scholarly Reports

  1. Spink, J (2018). Title: “Chapter – Food fraud and adulteration: where we stand today,” in “Encyclopedia of Food Chemistry,” Section 6: Food Adulteration and Contamination, New York, Section Editor: Richard Stadler, Book ISBN: 9780128140260,  [Published: 16th November 2018]
  2. Spink, J (2018). Title: “Chapter – Food counterfeiting: a growing concern,” in “Encyclopedia of Food Chemistry,” Section 6: Food Adulteration and Contamination, New York, Section Editor: Richard Stadler, Book ISBN: 9780128140260,  [Published: 16th November 2018]
  3. Fenoff, Roy, & Spink, John. (2017). Chapter 22: Food Fraud and Food Fraud Detection Technology Crime, Section 3: Technology and Criminal Behavior – Other Technologies, Book: The Handbook of Technology, Crime and Justice, Page 215, Editors: Holt, T., & McGuire, M., PUBLISHER, CITY, ISBN
  4. Wu, Yongning; Miao, Hong; Shao, Bing; Zhang, Jing; Spink, John & Moyer, Douglas C (2017). Chapter 15: Food Fraud, In: Food Safety in China – Past, Present, and Future (English):, Science, Technology, Management and Regulation, Editors Jen, Joseph Jwu-shan and Chen, Junshi, Wiley & Sons, New York City, ISBN: 978-1-119-23796-9
  5. Spink, John (2016). Food Fraud Prevention, Scientific Information Bulletin, International Union Food of Science and Technology IUFOST
  6. Wu, Yongning, Bing, Shao, Hong, Miao, Jing, Zhang, & Spink, John. (2016). Chapter: Food Fraud, In Food Safety in China: Past, Present, and Future (Chinese), Editors: Chen, J, and Jen, JJ., CSP Books, Beijing, ISBN 978-7-5046-7061-8
  7. Spink, J. (2013).  Chapter: Import Risks of Food Fraud.  In Ellefson, W.; Zach, L.; Sullivan, D., Improving Food Import Safety. Published by Wiley-Blackwell in conjunction with the Institute of Food Technologists, London, ISBN: 0813808774.
  8. Spink, J (2012). Chapter: Overview of the Selection of Strategic Authentication and Tracing Programmes. In: Counterfeit Medicines: Volume I. Policy, Economics, and Countermeasures, Albert Wertheimer and Perry Wang (Eds.), (pp. 111-128), Hertfordshire, United Kingdom: ILM Publications, a trade division of International Labmate Ltd., ISBN 9781906799083.

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