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Maritime Economics & Logistics

1999 - 2021

Current editor(s): Hercules E. Haralambides

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Palgrave Macmillan
International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME)
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Volume 23, issue 4, 2021

Towards 25,000 TEU vessels? A comparative economic analysis of ultra-large containership sizes under different market and operational conditions pp. 587-614 Downloads
Jiawei Ge, Mo Zhu, Mei Sha, Theo Notteboom, Wenming Shi and Xuefeng Wang
The feasibility of Arctic container shipping: the economic and environmental impacts of ice thickness pp. 615-631 Downloads
Pierre Cariou, Ali Cheaitou, Olivier Faury and Sadeque Hamdan
Potential for, and drivers of, private voluntary initiatives for the decarbonisation of short sea shipping: evidence from a Swedish ferry line pp. 632-654 Downloads
Anastasia Christodoulou and Kevin Cullinane
On the quality of ship arrival predictions pp. 655-673 Downloads
Albert Veenstra and Rogier Harmelink
Economies of scale in cruise shipping pp. 674-696 Downloads
Sergi Ros Chaos, Athanasios A. Pallis, Sergi Saurí Marchán, David Pino Roca and Agustín Sánchez-Arcilla Conejo
Simulating long-term performance of regional distribution centers in archipelagic logistics systems pp. 697-725 Downloads
Bertha Maya Sopha, Sekar Sakti, Ari Carisza Graha Prasetia, Marselina Winda Dwiansarinopa and Kevin Cullinane
Utilizing information sources to reduce relocation of inbound containers pp. 726-749 Downloads
Kap Hwan Kim and Sanghyuk Yi
Yard block assignment, internal truck operations, and berth allocation in container terminals: introducing carbon-footprint minimisation objectives pp. 750-771 Downloads
Serkan Karakas, Mehmet Kirmizi and Batuhan Kocaoglu

Volume 23, issue 3, 2021

Global trends in maritime and port economics: the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond pp. 369-380 Downloads
Kevin Cullinane and Hercules Haralambides
Reconfiguring maritime networks due to the Belt and Road Initiative: impact on bilateral trade flows pp. 381-400 Downloads
Naima Saeed, Kevin Cullinane, Victor Gekara and Prem Chhetri
Trade and logistics performance: does country size matter? pp. 401-423 Downloads
Mamta Kumari and Nalin Bharti
A robust ranking of maritime connectivity: revisiting UNCTAD’s liner shipping connectivity index (LSCI) pp. 424-443 Downloads
Vikas Kumar Mishra, Bapi Dutta, Mark Goh, José Rui Figueira and Salvatore Greco
Revisiting traffic forecasting by port authorities in the context of port planning and development pp. 444-494 Downloads
Francesco Parola, Giovanni Satta, Theo Notteboom and Luca Persico
Estimating waterway freight demand at Three Gorges ship lock on Yangtze River by backpropagation neural network modeling pp. 495-521 Downloads
Wenjie Li, Jialing Dai, Yi Xiao, Shengfa Yang and Chenpeng Song
The attractiveness of seaport-based transport corridors: an integrated approach based on scenario planning and gravity models pp. 522-547 Downloads
Abdolrasoul Ghasemi, Elnaz Miandoabchi and Shiva Soroushnia
Measuring concentration in transhipment markets: methodologies and application to a European case pp. 548-568 Downloads
Hamid Saeedi, Bart Wiegmans and Behzad Behdani
Barriers to intermodal freight diversion: a total logistics cost approach pp. 569-586 Downloads
Khandaker Rasel Hasan, Wei Zhang and Wenming Shi

Volume 23, issue 2, 2021

Disruptions and resilience in global container shipping and ports: the COVID-19 pandemic versus the 2008–2009 financial crisis pp. 179-210 Downloads
Theo Notteboom, Athanasios Pallis and Jean-Paul Rodrigue
Can maritime big data be applied to shipping industry analysis? Focussing on commodities and vessel sizes of dry bulk carriers pp. 211-236 Downloads
Kei Kanamoto, Liwen Murong, Minato Nakashima and Ryuichi Shibasaki
Can digital ecosystems mitigate risks in sea transport operations? Estimating benefits for supply chain stakeholders pp. 237-267 Downloads
Luca Urciuoli and Juha Hintsa
Financial determinants of credit risk in the logistics and shipping industries pp. 268-290 Downloads
Su-Han Woo, Min-Su Kwon and Kum Fai Yuen
Measuring bulk shipping prices risk pp. 291-309 Downloads
Javier Población and Gregorio Serna
Forecasting container freight rates for major trade routes: a comparison of artificial neural networks and conventional models pp. 310-327 Downloads
Ziaul Haque Munim and Hans-Joachim Schramm
An option contract model for leasing containers in the shipping industry pp. 328-347 Downloads
Alejandra Gómez-Padilla, Rosa G. González-Ramírez, Fernando Alarcón and Stefan Voß
A model for port throughput forecasting using Bayesian estimation pp. 348-368 Downloads
Majid Eskafi, Milad Kowsari, Ali Dastgheib, Gudmundur F. Ulfarsson, Gunnar Stefansson, Poonam Taneja and Ragnheidur I. Thorarinsdottir

Volume 23, issue 1, 2021

Smart operations planning in container terminals: integrating algorithms with our practical knowledge base pp. 1-3 Downloads
Kap Hwan Kim and Hercules Haralambides
Applying expert knowledge to containership stowage planning: an empirical study pp. 4-27 Downloads
Chien-Chang Chou and Pao-Yi Fang
Containership cargo profiles, cargo systems, and stowage capacity: key performance indicators pp. 28-48 Downloads
Petri Helo, Henri Paukku and Tero Sairanen
A shipping line stowage-planning procedure in the presence of hazardous containers pp. 49-70 Downloads
Daniela Ambrosino and Anna Sciomachen
Minimizing overstowage in master bay plans of large container ships pp. 71-93 Downloads
Shih-Liang Chao and Pi-Hung Lin
A heuristic and a benchmark for the stowage planning problem pp. 94-122 Downloads
Rune Larsen and Dario Pacino
An integrated method for berth allocation and quay crane assignment to allow for reassignment of vessels to other terminals pp. 123-153 Downloads
Sung Won Cho, Hyun Ji Park and Chulung Lee
Space reservation and remarshalling operations for outbound containers in marine terminals pp. 154-178 Downloads
Kap Hwan Kim, Youn Ju Woo and Jae Gwan Kim

Volume 22, issue 4, 2020

Quantifying tax subsidies to shipping pp. 517-535 Downloads
Olaf M. Merk
Assessment of port efficiency using stepwise selection and window analysis in data envelopment analysis pp. 536-561 Downloads
Sonal Seth and Qianmei Feng
Assessing the role of port efficiency as a determinant of maritime transport costs: evidence from Canada pp. 562-584 Downloads
Qiao Lei and Chris Bachmann
Port efficiency and emissions from ships at berth: application to the Norwegian port sector pp. 585-609 Downloads
Kenneth Løvold Rødseth, Paal Brevik Wangsness, Halvor Schøyen and Finn Ragnar Førsund
Container terminal layout design: transition and future pp. 610-639 Downloads
Amir Gharehgozli, Nima Zaerpour and Rene Koster
Analyzing the relative efficiency of China’s Yangtze River port system pp. 640-660 Downloads
Shilin Ye, Xinhua Qi and Yecheng Xu
Measuring value tonnes based on direct value added: a new weighted analysis for the port of Antwerp pp. 661-673 Downloads
Elvira Haezendonck and Bruno Moeremans
Ownership structure and financial performance of Spanish port service companies pp. 674-698 Downloads
Inmaculada Aguiar-Diaz, María Victoria Ruiz-Mallorquí and Lourdes Trujillo
Willingness to invest in peripheral ports: perceptions of Indonesian port and maritime industry stakeholders pp. 699-714 Downloads
Bahana Wiradanti, Stephen Pettit, Andrew Potter and Wessam Abouarghoub
Elvira Haezendonck & Alain Verbeke (eds.), Sustainable port clusters and development: building competitiveness through clustering or spatially dispersed supply chains pp. 715-717 Downloads
Michaël Dooms
Th. Pagonis and N. Pentheroudakis: Chartering Manual by Practitioners pp. 718-718 Downloads
Alkis John Corres
Correction to: Communication between deep sea container terminals and hinterland stakeholders: information needs and the relevance of information exchange pp. 719-719 Downloads
Bart Wiegmans, Ilse Menger, Behzad Behdani and Bart Arem
Correction to: Alignments between strategic content and process structure: the case of container terminal service process automation pp. 720-720 Downloads
Ping Wang, Joan P. Mileski and Qingcheng Zeng

Volume 22, issue 3, 2020

Port management and governance in a post-COVID-19 era: quo vadis? pp. 329-352 Downloads
Theo E. Notteboom and Hercules E. Haralambides
A two-dimensional approach to assessing the impact of port selection factors on port competitiveness using the Kano model pp. 353-382 Downloads
Hokey Min and Byung-In Park
Relative size and technical efficiency in peripheral port markets: evidence from Irish and North Atlantic Spanish ports pp. 383-402 Downloads
Stephen Hynes, Ingrid Mateo-Mantecón, Eamonn O’Connor and Andreas Tsakiridis
A value-based definition of success in adaptive port planning: a case study of the Port of Isafjordur in Iceland pp. 403-431 Downloads
Majid Eskafi, Reza Fazeli, Ali Dastgheib, Poonam Taneja, Gudmundur F. Ulfarsson, Ragnheidur I. Thorarinsdottir and Gunnar Stefansson
Impact of megaships on the performance of port container terminals pp. 432-445 Downloads
Enrico Musso and Anna Sciomachen
Merger waves and alliance stability in container shipping pp. 446-472 Downloads
Daniele Crotti, Claudio Ferrari and Alessio Tei
Liner shipping bilateral connectivity and its impact on South Africa’s bilateral trade flows pp. 473-499 Downloads
Jan Hoffmann, Naima Saeed and Sigbjørn Sødal
A holistic analysis of national e-commerce and logistics development pp. 500-513 Downloads
Tengfei Wang, Jong Woo Kang and Vincent F. Valentine
Peter Lorange: Innovations in Shipping pp. 514-516 Downloads
Hercules E. Haralambides

Volume 22, issue 2, 2020

Influence and transparency at the IMO: the name of the game pp. 151-172 Downloads
Harilaos N. Psaraftis and Christos A. Kontovas
Modeling dynamic behavior of navigable inland waterways pp. 173-195 Downloads
Furkan Oztanriseven and Heather Nachtmann
Multicommodity port throughput from truck GPS and lock performance data fusion pp. 196-217 Downloads
Magdalena I. Asborno, Sarah Hernandez and Taslima Akter
A fuzzy AHP classification of container terminals pp. 218-238 Downloads
B. Adenso-Díaz, N. García Álvarez and J. A. Lago Alba
Efficiency, productivity and returns to scale in ports: a comparison of data envelopment analysis and econometric estimation with application to Caribbean Small Island Developing States pp. 239-264 Downloads
Shelly-Ann Julien, Jonathan Cowie and Jason Monios
Dry ports: research outcomes, trends, and future implications pp. 265-292 Downloads
Alena Khaslavskaya and Violeta Roso
Prioritizing China’s public policy options in developing logistics infrastructure under the Belt and Road Initiative pp. 293-307 Downloads
Ying Wang and Chien-Chang Chou
Effects of new shipping routes on the operational resilience of container lines: potential impacts of the Arctic Sea Route and the Kra Canal on the Europe-Far East seaborne trades pp. 308-325 Downloads
Chien-Yun Yuan, Cheng-Hsien Hsieh and Dong-Taur Su
Sustainable shipping: a cross-disciplinary view pp. 326-327 Downloads
Gilbert Laporte

Volume 22, issue 1, 2020

Port-hinterland transport and logistics: emerging trends and frontier research pp. 1-25 Downloads
Behzad Behdani, Bart Wiegmans, Violeta Roso and Hercules Haralambides
The geography of container port choice: modelling the impact of hinterland changes on port choice pp. 26-52 Downloads
M. A. Mueller, B. Wiegmans and J. H. R. Duin
Understanding Port Choice Determinants and Port Hinterlands: Findings from an Empirical Analysis of Spain pp. 53-67 Downloads
Jordi Caballé Valls, Peter W. Langen, Lorena García Alonso and José Ángel Vallejo Pinto
The impact of foldable containers on the cost of empty container relocation in the hinterland of seaports pp. 68-101 Downloads
Koichi Shintani, Rob Konings, Etsuko Nishimura and Akio Imai
Involvement of port authorities in inland logistics markets: the cases of Rotterdam, Le Havre and Marseille pp. 102-123 Downloads
Marion Magnan and Martijn Horst
A framework for modelling and analysing coordination challenges in hinterland transport systems pp. 124-145 Downloads
Volkan Gumuskaya, Willem Jaarsveld, Remco Dijkman, Paul Grefen and Albert Veenstra
Elvira Haezendonck and Alain Verbeke (eds): Sustainable port clusters and development: building competitiveness through clustering or spatially dispersed supply chains pp. 146-148 Downloads
Michaël Dooms
The dynamics of short sea shipping: new practices and trends pp. 149-150 Downloads
Constantinos Chlomoudis
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