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Maritime Economics & Logistics

1999 - 2020

Current editor(s): Hercules E. Haralambides

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Palgrave Macmillan
International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME)
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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

Volume 21, issue 4, 2019

Jones Act: protectionist policy in the twenty-first century pp. 439-463 Downloads
Jeffrey Pagel, Ike Brannon and Russ Kashian
Impact of cabotage relaxation in mainland China on the transshipment hub of Hong Kong pp. 464-481 Downloads
W. H. Wong, E. Wong, D. Y. Mo and L. Leung
Sea-level rise in ports: a wider focus on impacts pp. 482-496 Downloads
Aris Christodoulou, Panayotis Christidis and Hande Demirel
Risk analysis of marine cargoes and major port disruptions pp. 497-523 Downloads
Xueni Gou and Jasmine Siu Lee Lam
Speed optimization versus speed reduction: Are speed limits better than a bunker levy? pp. 524-542 Downloads
Harilaos N. Psaraftis
Alignments between strategic content and process structure: the case of container terminal service process automation pp. 543-558 Downloads
Ping Wang, Joan P. Mileski and Qingcheng Zeng
Practical approaches to chemical tanker scheduling in ports: a case study on the Port of Houston pp. 559-575 Downloads
Burak Cankaya, Ezra Wari and Berna Eren Tokgoz

Volume 21, issue 3, 2019

The role of logistics performance in promoting trade pp. 307-323 Downloads
Dilay Çelebi
Factors determining the trade costs of major European exporters pp. 324-333 Downloads
Luisa Marti and Rosa Puertas
Geography and institutional change: insights from a container terminal operator pp. 334-352 Downloads
Adolf K. Y. Ng, Kenneth Wong, Eva C. Shou and Changmin Jiang
Decarbonization of maritime transport: to be or not to be? pp. 353-371 Downloads
Harilaos N. Psaraftis
An integrated analysis of interrelationships within the very large gas carrier (VLGC) shipping market pp. 372-389 Downloads
Xiwen Bai and Jasmine Siu Lee Lam
Artificial neural networks in freight rate forecasting pp. 390-414 Downloads
Zaili Yang and Esin Erol Mehmed
Predicting corporate failure for listed shipping companies pp. 415-438 Downloads
Jane Haider, Zhirong Ou and Stephen Pettit

Volume 21, issue 2, 2019

Comparing the efficiency of alliance members and independent liner carriers: a metafrontier analysis pp. 157-172 Downloads
Shih-Liang Chao and Chun-Wei Lai
An optimal variable pricing model for container line revenue management systems pp. 173-191 Downloads
Ming Yin, Zheng Wan, Kap Hwan Kim and Shi Yuan Zheng
Advance freight rate announcements (GRI) in liner shipping: European and Russian regulatory settlements compared pp. 192-206 Downloads
Svetlana Avdasheva, Svetlana Golovanova and Gyuzel Yusupova
On the cost of ice: estimating the premium of Ice Class container vessels pp. 207-222 Downloads
Tomi Solakivi, Tuomas Kiiski and Lauri Ojala
The use of technical analysis in sale-and-purchase transactions of secondhand ships pp. 223-240 Downloads
Heng-Chih Chou and Dar-Hsin Chen
Investment in container ports along the Maritime Silk Road in the context of international industry transfer: the case of the port of Colombo pp. 241-257 Downloads
Dongxu Chen and Zhongzhen Yang
Port competition through hinterland accessibility: the case of Spain pp. 258-277 Downloads
Lorena Garcia-Alonso, Jason Monios and José Ángel Vallejo-Pinto
Drivers of and barriers against market orientation: a study of Turkish container ports pp. 278-305 Downloads
Aysu Göçer, Ceren Altuntas Vural and Durmuş Ali Deveci

Volume 21, issue 1, 2019

Gigantism in container shipping, ports and global logistics: a time-lapse into the future pp. 1-60 Downloads
Hercules E. Haralambides
Evaluating the external costs of trailer transport: a comparison of sea and road pp. 61-78 Downloads
Inge Vierth, Victor Sowa and Kevin Cullinane
The Nicaragua Canal: potential impact on international shipping and its attendant challenges pp. 79-98 Downloads
Jihong Chen, Theo Notteboom, Xiang Liu, Hang Yu, Nikitas Nikitakos and Chen Yang
Dynamics in terminal concessions: the role of performances pp. 99-110 Downloads
Claudio Ferrari, Pier Paolo Puliafito and Alessio Tei
Ship routing and scheduling: the cart before the horse conjecture pp. 111-124 Downloads
Harilaos N. Psaraftis
Optimization of truck appointments in container terminals pp. 125-145 Downloads
Xiaoju Zhang, Qingcheng Zeng and Zhongzhen Yang
Using GPS to measure truck service times in a container terminal pp. 146-155 Downloads
John J. Bartholdi, Alvaro Lasso, H. Donald Ratliff and Yuritza Oliver
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