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Maritime Policy & Management

1997 - 2021

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Volume 48, issue 5, 2021

Special issue on ‘Current issues in ports and maritime transportation’ pp. 607-609 Downloads
Hilde Meersman, Eddy Van de Voorde and Thierry Vanelslander
The impact of the expanded Panama Canal on port range choice for cargo flows from the U.S. to Europe pp. 610-628 Downloads
Edwin van Hassel, Hilde Meersman, Eddy Van de Voorde and Thierry Vanelslander
When container specialisation makes a difference: an efficiency analysis of the Spanish port authorities pp. 629-650 Downloads
Xosé Luís Fernández, Soraya Hidalgo-Gallego, Sara Pérez-Urbaneja and Pablo Coto-Millán
Port Efficiency and the Financial Performance of Greek Public Ports Before and During the Economic Crisis pp. 651-671 Downloads
Mihail Diakomihalis, Maria I. Kyriakou and Anargyros Sideris
Efficiency analysis of Black sea container seaports: application of an integrated MCDM approach pp. 672-699 Downloads
Ömer Faruk Görçün
Efficiency and productivity of Nigerian seaports in the pre and post concessioning periods pp. 700-710 Downloads
Ogochukwu Ugboma and Kayode Oyesiku
Port activity and technical efficiency: determinants and external factors pp. 711-724 Downloads
Hilda Ghiara and Alessio Tei
Marine environmental emission reduction policy in the liner shipping the economic impact from trade lane perspective pp. 725-753 Downloads
Elyakim Ben-Hakoun, Eddy Van De Voorde and Yoram Shiftan
Cooperation in the bundling of hinterland flows of adjacent seaports, an application to the European TEN-T core ports pp. 754-775 Downloads
Joost Hintjens

Volume 48, issue 4, 2021

Digital technologies and business opportunities for logistics centres in maritime supply chains pp. 461-477 Downloads
Francesco Parola, Giovanni Satta, Nicoletta Buratti and Francesco Vitellaro
Study on the propagation of sustainable development concept among Gulf ports based on complex network pp. 478-496 Downloads
Changping Zhao, Rui Li, Yecheng Wang, Hang Yu and Yu Gong
Exploring the relationships between maritime connectivity, international trade and domestic production pp. 497-511 Downloads
Naima Saeed, Kevin Cullinane and Sigbjørn Sødal
Dynamic pricing research for container terminal handling charge pp. 512-529 Downloads
Yi Ding, Kaimin Chen, Dongmin Xu and Qiong Zhang
The Southampton system: a new universal standard approach for port-city classification pp. 530-542 Downloads
Toby Roberts, Ian Williams and John Preston
Container vessels diversion pattern to trans-Arctic shipping routes and GHG emission abatement potential pp. 543-562 Downloads
Zhaojun Wang, Jordan A. Silberman and James J. Corbett
Research trend of dry port studies: a two-decade systematic review pp. 563-582 Downloads
Perdana Miraj, Mohammed Ali Berawi, Teuku Yuri Zagloel, Mustika Sari and Gunawan Saroji
The development modes of inland ports: theoretical models and the Chinese cases pp. 583-605 Downloads
Shiyuan Zheng, Qiang Zhang, Wouter Beelaerts van Blokland and Rudy R. Negenborn

Volume 48, issue 3, 2021

A quantitative decision-making model for emergency response to oil spill from ships pp. 299-315 Downloads
Bing Wu, Junhui Zhang, Tsz Leung Yip and C. Guedes Soares
Development of a strategic policy for unmanned autonomous ships: a study on Taiwan pp. 316-330 Downloads
Hsin-Hung Cheng and Kwan Ouyang
Impact analysis of different container arrival patterns on ship scheduling in liner shipping pp. 331-353 Downloads
Jingwen Qi, Jianfeng Zheng, Lingxiao Yang and Fan Yao
Beyond the ISM code: a conceptual proposal for an integrated system within the Seven C’s approach pp. 354-377 Downloads
Sedat Baştuğ, Ender Asyali and Turgay Battal
Efficiency evaluation of key ports along the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road based on the DEA–SCOR model pp. 378-390 Downloads
Tianci Huang, Zhuo Chen, Su Wang and Daokui Jiang
The reasons and the policy instruments behind cabotage policies pp. 391-418 Downloads
Ana Cristina Paixão Casaca and Dimitrios V. Lyridis
A game theory analysis of China’s maritime cross-border insolvency policy: from the perspective of Hanjin shipping’s bankruptcy case pp. 419-431 Downloads
Zhu Li and Bingying Dong
How ‘Belt’ and ‘Road’ are related economically: modelling and policy implications pp. 432-460 Downloads
Laingo M. Randrianarisoa, Anming Zhang, Hangjun Yang, Andrew Yuen and Waiman Cheung

Volume 48, issue 2, 2021

Acknowledgement to reviewers 2020 pp. i-vi Downloads
The Editors
Special issue on ‘Cruise and shipping’ pp. 147-149 Downloads
Meifeng Luo and Chin-Shan Lu
The Moderating Role of Service Recovery on Customer Loyalty in the Context of Cruise Passengers pp. 150-166 Downloads
Ming-Ren Chiou, Shih-Liang Chao and Hsin-Yu Hsieh
Impact of word of mouth via social media on consumer intention to purchase cruise travel products pp. 167-183 Downloads
Feng Ming Tsai and Tat-Dat Bui
Cruise and container shipping companies: a comparative analysis of sustainable development goals through environmental sustainability disclosure pp. 184-212 Downloads
Assunta Di Vaio, Luisa Varriale, Maria Lekakou and Evangelia Stefanidaki
Sustainability assessment of cruise-industry development: a case study of Xiamen, China pp. 213-224 Downloads
Xiaofang Wu, Huiling Chen and Jie Min
Itinerary planning and cabin pricing of coastal short-term cruise tourism for local Chinese cruise companies pp. 225-238 Downloads
Weiyou Guo, Ming Zhong, Dongxu Chen and Zhongzhen Yang
Price determinants and classification of tactical pricing decisions in the cruise industry pp. 239-258 Downloads
Josep Maria Espinet-Rius, Ariadna Gassiot-Melian and Ricard Rigall-I-Torrent
Cruise dynamic pricing based on SARSA algorithm pp. 259-282 Downloads
Jing Wang, Dong Yang, Kaimin Chen and Xiaodong Sun
Cruise trajectory network and seasonality: empirical evidence from Queen Elizabeth cruise pp. 283-298 Downloads
Xumao Li, Chengjin Wang and César Ducruet

Volume 48, issue 1, 2021

The effect of social cognition and risk tolerance on marine pilots’ safety behaviour pp. 1-18 Downloads
Yongtao Xi, Qingxiao Zhang, Shenping Hu, Zaili Yang and Shanshan Fu
Throughput forecasting of different types of cargo in the adriatic seaport Koper pp. 19-45 Downloads
Dejan Dragan, Abolfazl Keshavarzsaleh, Marko Intihar, Vlado Popović and Tomaž Kramberger
The effects of safety delivery and safety awareness on passenger behaviour in the ferry context pp. 46-60 Downloads
Yui-yip Lau, Chin-Shan Lu and Hsiang-Kai Weng
The effect of maritime cluster on port production efficiency pp. 61-74 Downloads
Liao Qingmei and Zhen Hong
Application of card-sorting approach to classify human factors of past maritime accidents pp. 75-90 Downloads
Beatriz Navas de Maya, Hassan Khalid and Rafet Emek Kurt
Subsidy policies and supply chain management for emerging cruise industry pp. 91-108 Downloads
Lei Wang, Chengyuan Xu and Xiaolong Guo
Exploring the antecedents of high mobility among ship officers: empirical evidence from Australia pp. 109-128 Downloads
Livingstone Divine Caesar, Stephen Cahoon, Jiangang Fei and Cynthia Ayorkor Sallah
Cruise shipping in the Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula pp. 129-145 Downloads
Tiago A. Santos, P. A. Martins and C. Guedes Soares

Volume 47, issue 8, 2020

Whatever floats your vote: understanding voter support for public port infrastructure investments pp. 969-984 Downloads
Jarron VanCeylon, Corey Lang and Austin Becker
The dynamics of fleet size and shipping profitability: the role of steel-scrap prices pp. 985-1009 Downloads
Andreas Andrikopoulos, Anna Merika, Andreas Merikas and Mike Tsionas
Motivations for CSR in the Norwegian maritime cluster: stakeholder perspectives and policy implications pp. 1010-1026 Downloads
Barbro Elisabeth Fjørtoft, Siv Marina Flø Grimstad and Richard Glavee-Geo
A review of corporate sustainability drivers in maritime ports: a multi-stakeholder perspective pp. 1027-1044 Downloads
Mehrnaz Ashrafi, Tony R. Walker, Gregory M. Magnan, Michelle Adams and Michele Acciaro
Innovation in the maritime sector: aligning strategy with outcomes pp. 1045-1063 Downloads
Michele Acciaro and Christa Sys
A comprehensive model for a sustainable maritimization: 3-Layer Holistic Maritimization Model pp. 1064-1081 Downloads
Oktay Çetin, Deniz Mehmet Irak and Nurhan Kahyaoğlu
Analysis of risk management performance with innovative approach: a case study of China’s shipping companies pp. 1082-1096 Downloads
Hengbin Yin, Zhuo Chen, Yi Xiao and Su Wang
Developing a policy management algorithm for ship provision: a Delphi Technique Integrated with Hesitant Fuzzy Set (DTIHFS) approach pp. 1097-1118 Downloads
Ender Yalcin, Ozcan Arslan and Murat Aymelek

Volume 47, issue 7, 2020

CLimate change impacts to ports and maritime supply chains pp. 849-852 Downloads
Austin Becker
Deep adaptation to climate change in the maritime transport sector – a new paradigm for maritime economics? pp. 853-872 Downloads
Jason Monios and Gordon Wilmsmeier
Climate change adaptation by ports: the attitude of Chinese port organizations pp. 873-884 Downloads
Yufeng Lin, Adolf K. Y. Ng, Anming Zhang, Yimeng Xu and Yile He
Port stakeholder perceptions of Sandy impacts: a case study of Red Hook, New York pp. 885-902 Downloads
John Ryan-Henry and Austin Becker
Assessing the workforce adaptive capacity of seaports to climate change: an Australian perspective pp. 903-919 Downloads
Prem Chhetri, Victor Gekara, Helen Scott and Vinh V. Thai
The impact of sea level rise on maritime navigation within a large, channelized estuary pp. 920-936 Downloads
Steven D. Meyers and Mark E. Luther
Adapting ports to sea-level rise: empirical lessons based on land subsidence in Indonesia and Japan pp. 937-952 Downloads
Miguel Esteban, Hiroshi Takagi, Robert J. Nicholls, Dyah Fatma, Munawir Bintang Pratama, Shota Kurobe, Xiong Yi, Izumi Ikeda, Takahito Mikami, Paolo Valenzuela and Erick Avelino
Stakeholder collaboration as a pathway to climate adaptation at coastal ports pp. 953-967 Downloads
Lauren L. Morris

Volume 47, issue 6, 2020

Structural relationships among shipper’s perception, value, and choice intention of Korea–China train ferry service pp. 703-717 Downloads
Kyoung-Suk Choi, Tong-Shui Xia and Paul Tae-Woo Lee
Which terminals should expand investment: a perspective of internal non-cooperative competition in a port? pp. 718-735 Downloads
Chuanxu Wang, Fengjue Xie and Lang Xu
Cost analysis of bulk cargo containerization pp. 736-755 Downloads
Takuma Matsuda, Shinya Hanaoka and Tomoya Kawasaki
Online channel strategies under different offline channel power structures for the Belt and Road of China pp. 756-777 Downloads
Xujin Pu, Bowen Ji and Hongfeng Wang
A risk assessment model with systematical uncertainty treatment for container shipping operations pp. 778-796 Downloads
Son Nguyen
Benefit segmentation of the container shipping market in Turkey pp. 797-814 Downloads
Gökcay Balci and Ismail Bilge Cetin
Risk analysis of maritime accidents along the main route of the Maritime Silk Road: a Bayesian network approach pp. 815-832 Downloads
Meizhi Jiang, Jing Lu, Zaili Yang and Jing Li
Simulation optimization of the berth allocation in a container terminal with flexible vessel priority management pp. 833-848 Downloads
Mehmet Sinan Yıldırım, Metin Mutlu Aydın and Ümit Gökkuş

Volume 47, issue 5, 2020

Special issue on ‘Artificial Intelligence & big data in shipping’ pp. 575-576 Downloads
Kum Fai Yuen, Gangyan Xu and Jasmine Siu Lee Lam
Big data and artificial intelligence in the maritime industry: a bibliometric review and future research directions pp. 577-597 Downloads
Ziaul Haque Munim, Mariia Dushenko, Veronica Jaramillo Jimenez, Mohammad Hassan Shakil and Marius Imset
Data-driven ferry network design with candidate service arcs: the case of Zhuhai Islands in China pp. 598-614 Downloads
Xianghua Chu, Saijun Shao, Su Xiu Xu and Kai Kang
Neural network-based fuel consumption estimation for container ships in Korea pp. 615-632 Downloads
Luan Thanh Le, Gunwoo Lee, Keun-Sik Park and Hwayoung Kim
Risk assessment of inland waterborne transportation using data mining pp. 633-648 Downloads
Zhaochen Wang and Jingbo Yin
Maritime accident risk estimation for sea lanes based on a dynamic Bayesian network pp. 649-664 Downloads
Meizhi Jiang and Jing Lu
Collision-avoidance under COLREGS for unmanned surface vehicles via deep reinforcement learning pp. 665-686 Downloads
Yong Ma, Yujiao Zhao, Yulong Wang, Langxiong Gan and Yuanzhou Zheng
Artificial forces for virtual autonomous ships with encountering situations in restricted waters pp. 687-702 Downloads
Fangliang Xiao and Yong Ma

Volume 47, issue 4, 2020

Modelling the procurement process and production disruption of a multilayer cruise supply chain pp. 435-455 Downloads
Chenrui Qu, Grace W.Y. Wang and Qingcheng Zeng
Optimized appointment scheduling for export container deliveries at marine terminals pp. 456-478 Downloads
Na Li, Gang Chen, Manwo Ng, Wayne K. Talley and Zhihong Jin
Latent capabilities in support of maritime emergency response pp. 479-499 Downloads
Sigurd Solheim Pettersen, Jose Jorge Garcia Agis, Carl Fredrik Rehn, Bjørn Egil Asbjørnslett, Per Olaf Brett and Stein Ove Erikstad
Systems approach for the safety and security of hazardous chemicals pp. 500-522 Downloads
Yingyu Zhang, Chang Sun, Wei Shan, Cai Junqing, Linlin Jing and Wei Shao
Exploring effects of ship traffic characteristics and environmental conditions on ship collision frequency pp. 523-543 Downloads
Jinxian Weng, Shiguan Liao, Bing Wu and Dong Yang
Seaport climate change impact assessment using a multi-level methodology pp. 544-557 Downloads
Cristina Izaguirre, Iñigo J. Losada, Paula Camus, Patricia González-Lamuño and Vladimir Stenek
Berth allocation recovery for container transshipment terminals pp. 558-574 Downloads
Xiaohuan Lv, Jian Gang Jin and Hao Hu

Volume 47, issue 3, 2020

Modelling cyclic container freight index using system dynamics pp. 287-303 Downloads
Jun-Woo Jeon, Okan Duru and Gi-Tae Yeo
Voyage-based statistical fuel consumption models of ocean-going container ships in Korea pp. 304-331 Downloads
Luan Thanh Le, Gunwoo Lee, Hwayoung Kim and Su-Han Woo
Association rule learning to improve deficiency inspection in port state control pp. 332-351 Downloads
Wu-Hsun Chung, Sheng-Long Kao, Chun-Min Chang and Chien-Chung Yuan
Real-time assessment and prediction on maritime risk state on the Arctic Route pp. 352-370 Downloads
Ye Zhang, Hao Hu and Lei Dai
Revisiting urban hierarchy and specialization from a maritime perspective pp. 371-387 Downloads
César Ducruet
Maritime security guidelines: a study of Swedish ports’ perceived barriers to compliance pp. 388-401 Downloads
Anders Henrik Ringsberg and Sebastian Cole
Smaller ports’ evolution towards catalysing sustainable hinterland development pp. 402-418 Downloads
Lucia Mortensen, Lone Kørnøv, Ivar Lyhne and Jesper Raakjær
Widening the Panama Canal and U.S. ports: historical and economic impact analyses pp. 419-433 Downloads
Changkeun Park, Harry W. Richardson and Jiyoung Park

Volume 47, issue 2, 2020

Estimating global pattern of LNG supply chain: a port-based approach by vessel movement database pp. 143-171 Downloads
Ryuichi Shibasaki, Kei Kanamoto and Takeshi Suzuki
Optimal subsidies for rail containers: a bi-level programming solution pp. 172-187 Downloads
Jinglei Yang, Meifeng Luo and Meichao Shi
A model and algorithm for vessel scheduling through a two-way tidal channel pp. 188-202 Downloads
Bin Zhang, Zhongyi Zheng and Deqiang Wang
Improving competitiveness level of Turkish intermodal ports in the Frame of Green Port Concept: a case study pp. 203-220 Downloads
Selim Aksoy and Yalcin Durmusoglu
Port capacity investment size and timing under uncertainty and congestion pp. 221-239 Downloads
Matteo Balliauw, Peter Kort, Hilde Meersman, Christophe Smet, Eddy Van De Voorde and Thierry Vanelslander
An assessment of port and shipping line relationships: the value of relationship marketing pp. 240-257 Downloads
Aylin Caliskan and Soner Esmer
Does cargo specialization improve port technical efficiency? The paradigm of specialized infrastructure pp. 258-272 Downloads
Soraya Hidalgo-Gallego, Marta De La Fuente, Ingrid Mateo-Mantecón and Pablo Coto-Millán
Analysing the modal shift from road-based to coastal shipping-based distribution – a case study of outbound automotive logistics in India pp. 273-286 Downloads
Saurabh Chandra, Marielle Christiansen and Kjetil Fagerholt

Volume 47, issue 1, 2020

A citation network analysis of sustainability development in liner shipping management: a review of the literature and policy implications pp. 1-26 Downloads
Markus Vejvar, Kee-Hung Lai and Chris K. Y. Lo
The impact of ship size on ports’ nautical costs pp. 27-42 Downloads
Gaston S. Tchang
Reposition of empty containers of different life stages integrated with liner shipping network design pp. 43-56 Downloads
Shanhua Wu, Yu Sun, Feng Lian and Zhongzhen Yang
Enhancing the competitiveness of Korea’s container shipping industry through structural improvements pp. 57-72 Downloads
Byoung-Wook Ko, Juhyeoun Kim, Young-Jae Choi, Kwang-Soo Kil and Gunwoo Lee
Traffic impact analysis of inspection area site selection at a foreign trade container terminal pp. 73-91 Downloads
Yong Zhou, Ying-En Ge and Wenyuan Wang
Mitigative and adaptive investments for natural disasters and labor strikes in a seaport–dry port inland logistics network pp. 92-108 Downloads
Zixiang Gong and Nan Liu
Valuation mismatch and shipping q indicator for shipping asset management pp. 109-126 Downloads
Sinem Celik Girgin, Thanasis Karlis and Okan Duru
Integrating banks’ decision on financing dry bulk shipping: a multivariable approach pp. 127-138 Downloads
Marina Maniati, Evangelos Sambracos or Samprakos and Emmanouil Nikolaidis
Acknowledgement to reviewers 2019 pp. 139-142 Downloads
The Editors
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