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Maritime Policy & Management

1997 - 2023

Current editor(s): Dr Kevin Li and Heather Leggate McLaughlin

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Volume 50, issue 2, 2023

Statistical arbitrage in the freight options market pp. 141-156 Downloads
Roar Adland, Lars Eirik Anestad and Bjarte Abrahamsen
Cultural differences and job performance in container shipping: a social exchange theory perspective pp. 157-181 Downloads
Chi-Chang Lin and Chin-Shan Lu
Maritime services location decisions—an empirical analysis and implications pp. 182-197 Downloads
Mengchi Li, Meifeng Luo and Jue Wang
Life Cycle Assessment and Life Cycle Costing for assessing maritime transport: a comprehensive literature review pp. 198-218 Downloads
Giovanni Mondello, Roberta Salomone, Giuseppe Saija, Francesco Lanuzza and Teresa Maria Gulotta
Identify determinants of container ship size investment choice pp. 219-234 Downloads
Lixian Fan and Jiaqi Xie
Articulating intermodal chains through short-sea shipping: a method for assessing the performance of East African ports pp. 235-253 Downloads
Alba Martínez-López and Manuel Chica González
The best practices of port sustainable development: a case study in Korea pp. 254-280 Downloads
Saeyeon Roh, Vinh V. Thai, Hyunmi Jang and Gi-Tae Yeo
Acknowledgement to reviewers 2022 pp. 281-285 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 50, issue 1, 2023

Second-hand vessel valuation: an extreme gradient boosting approach pp. 1-18 Downloads
Roar Adland, Haiying Jia, Hans Christian Olsen Harvei and Julius Jørgensen
Predicting maritime accident consequence scenarios for emergency response decisions using optimization-based decision tree approach pp. 19-41 Downloads
Baode Li, Jing Lu, Han Lu and Jing Li
Identifying the characteristics of China’s maritime trading partners on the basis of bilateral shipping connectivity: a cluster analysis pp. 42-57 Downloads
Naima Saeed and Kevin Cullinane
Development of a sentiment measure for dry bulk shipping pp. 58-80 Downloads
Theodoros Gavriilidis, Anna Merika, Andreas Merikas and Christos Sigalas
Enablers of safety citizenship behaviors of seafarers: leader-member exchange, team-member exchange, and safety climate pp. 81-96 Downloads
Shiou-Yu Chen, Chin-Shan Lu, Kung-Don Ye, Kuo-Chung Shang, Jiunn-Liang Guo and Je-Min Pan
An overview of maritime logistics: trends and research agenda pp. 97-116 Downloads
Seçil Gülmez, Gül Denktaş Şakar and Sedat Baştuğ
Analysis and prediction of ship energy efficiency based on the MRV system pp. 117-139 Downloads
Ran Yan, Haoyu Mo, Shuaian Wang and Dong Yang

Volume 49, issue 8, 2022

Shipping market forecasting by forecast combination mechanism pp. 1059-1074 Downloads
Ruobin Gao, Jiahui Liu, Liang Du and Kum Fai Yuen
Port institutional responses and sustainability performance: a moderated mediation model pp. 1075-1096 Downloads
Hsu-Li Tsai and Chin-Shan Lu
Economic and environmental impacts of scrubbers investments in shipping: a multi-sectoral analysis pp. 1097-1115 Downloads
Thalis P.V. Zis, Kevin Cullinane and Stefano Ricci
Priority analysis of port investment along the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road region: the case of Southeast Asia pp. 1116-1134 Downloads
Jianfeng Zheng, Lingxiao Yang, Wei Li, Xiaowen Fu and Daqing Li
A comparative methodological approach for the calculation of ships air emissions and fuel-energy consumption in two major Greek ports pp. 1135-1154 Downloads
Emmanouil Doundoulakis and Spiros Papaefthimiou
The role of burnout in the effect of work-family conflicts on job satisfaction: a research for key players in the maritime industry pp. 1155-1168 Downloads
Eda Turan, Serdar Bozkurt, Uğur Buğra Çelebi and Serkan Ekinci
Use of HFACS and Bayesian network for human and organizational factors analysis of ship collision accidents in the Yangtze River pp. 1169-1183 Downloads
Yaling Li, Zhiyou Cheng, Tsz Leung Yip, Xiaobiao Fan and Bing Wu
Stock market reactions of maritime shipping industry in the time of COVID-19 pandemic crisis: an empirical investigation pp. 1184-1199 Downloads
Md Rajib Kamal, Mohammad Ashraful Chowdhury and Md. Mozaffar Hosain

Volume 49, issue 7, 2022

Port congestion and the economics of LPG seaborne transportation pp. 913-929 Downloads
Xiwen Bai, Haiying Jia and Mingqi Xu
Container terminal competition and cooperation considering emission tax pp. 930-953 Downloads
Jian Wang, Qi Huang, Xudong Lin and Mingzhu Yu
Identification of a task-based implementation path for unmanned autonomous ships pp. 954-970 Downloads
Carmen Kooij and Robert Hekkenberg
A quantitative liability risk assessment of oil spills in oil ports: the case of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area pp. 971-989 Downloads
Huiling Zhong, Yishu Lin and Tsz Leung Yip
The contribution of Vessel Traffic Services to safe coexistence between automated and conventional vessels pp. 990-1009 Downloads
Tore Relling, Margareta Lützhöft, Runar Ostnes and Hans Petter Hildre
Revenue efficiency and its drivers in the cruise industry pp. 1010-1026 Downloads
Minh-Anh Thi Nguyen, Ming-Miin Yu and Taih-Cherng Lirn
What moves shipping markets?: A variance decomposition of price–charter ratios pp. 1027-1042 Downloads
Hyun-Tak Lee and Heesung Yun
A study on the industrial symbiosis in maritime cluster considering value chain and life cycle – case of Dalian, China pp. 1043-1058 Downloads
Qingmei Liao, Hong Zhen and Dequan Zhou

Volume 49, issue 6, 2022

Port connectivity and competition among container ports in Southeast Asia based on Social Network Analysis and TOPSIS pp. 779-796 Downloads
Phong Nha Nguyen and Su-Han Woo
Safety evaluation of the ports along the Maritime Silk Road pp. 797-819 Downloads
Meizhi Jiang, Jing Lu, Zhuohua Qu and Zaili Yang
How unsafe acts occur: an automatic text mining study pp. 820-830 Downloads
Xin Shi, Dong Xu, Hui Zhuang and Chen Liu
Exploring technical and non-technical competencies of navigators for autonomous shipping pp. 831-849 Downloads
Amit Sharma and Tae-eun Kim
Digital empowerment for shipping development: a framework for establishing a smart shipping index system pp. 850-863 Downloads
Yi Xiao, Zhuo Chen and Levi McNeil
Volatility forecasting for the shipping market indexes: an AR-SVR-GARCH approach pp. 864-881 Downloads
Jiaguo Liu, Zhouzhi Li, Hao Sun, Lean Yu and Wenlian Gao
Structure, characteristics and connectivity analysis of the Asian-Australasian cruise shipping network pp. 882-896 Downloads
Maneerat Kanrak and Hong-Oanh Nguyen
Coordinated approaches for port state control inspection planning pp. 897-912 Downloads
Ran Yan, Shuaian Wang and Kjetil Fagerholt

Volume 49, issue 5, 2022

Special Issue on ‘International trade transportation in the context of global industrial transfers’ pp. 617-619 Downloads
Zhongzhen Yang, Qingcheng Zeng, Yonglei Jiang and Shanghua Wu
Shipping network design–infrastructure investment joint optimization model: a case study of West Africa pp. 620-646 Downloads
Xu Xin, Xiaoli Wang, Lijun Ma, Kang Chen and Maoyao Ye
Evaluation and selection of multimodal transport route between Thailand and China – A case study for rubber trade pp. 647-666 Downloads
Lixin Shen, Jing Chen, Congcong Li, Sutthiphan Uthendakorn, Jinsong Zhang and Na Li
Characterizing the evolution of the Yangtze River Delta multi-port system using compositional data techniques pp. 667-684 Downloads
Dong Huang, Manel Grifoll, Hongxiang Feng, María Isabel Ortego and Pengjun Zheng
Agglomeration effects or port-related benefits? (Re)Location patterns of basic maritime industries: the case of Dalian City, China pp. 685-701 Downloads
Jing Li, Yonglei Jiang, Wei Guan and Jing Lu
Does vertical integration lead to horizontal collusion in container transport chains? pp. 702-715 Downloads
Gang Dong and Jin Li
Manufacturing diffusion trends from the perspective of trade network: the belt vs. the road pp. 716-736 Downloads
Shunan Yu, Dongyue Niu, Feixiong Liao and Yonglei Jiang
Shore power management for green shipping under international river transportation pp. 737-754 Downloads
Wenwei Yin, Shiliang Wu, Xizeng Zhao, Chenci Shu, Yi Xiao, Guanqiong Ye, Wenming Shi and Xuehao Feng
The spatial evolution and optimization of supply channels for marine products consumed in China pp. 755-777 Downloads
Yu Sun, Feng Lian, Weiyou Guo and Zhongzhen Yang

Volume 49, issue 4, 2022

Assessing key performance indicators in the shipbuilding industry; an MCDM approach pp. 463-491 Downloads
Dimitris Gavalas, Theodoros Syriopoulos and Michael Tsatsaronis
Passive or proactive capacity sharing? A perspective of cooperation and competition between two regional ports pp. 492-509 Downloads
Lang Xu, Fengjue Xie and Chuanxu Wang
The evolution and competition patterns of shipping networks under the influence of an Arctic route system pp. 510-527 Downloads
Chaojun Ding, Zhenfu Li, Xue Chen and Xiaomei Shi
A comparative study of the determinants of capital structure in shipping companies: the case of Korea and Greece pp. 528-539 Downloads
Huckjun Yang, Kihwan Lee and Sangseop Lim
A review of the literature on the Belt and Road Initiative with factors influencing the transport and logistics pp. 540-557 Downloads
Dongxu Chen, Dongping Song and Zhongzhen Yang
Measuring risk spillover effects on dry bulk shipping market: a value-at-risk approach pp. 558-576 Downloads
Jialin Yang, Xin Zhang and Ying-En Ge
Sea level rise exposure assessment of U.S. East Coast cargo container terminals pp. 577-599 Downloads
Thomas R. Allen, George McLeod and Sheila Hutt
Ship selection in port state control: status and perspectives pp. 600-615 Downloads
Ran Yan, Shuaian Wang and Chuansheng Peng

Volume 49, issue 3, 2022

Special Issue on ‘Environment and Sustainability’ pp. 303-305 Downloads
Meifeng Luo, Ling Zhu and Dong Yang
Emissions from container vessels in the port of Singapore pp. 306-322 Downloads
Nguyen Khoi Tran, Jasmine Siu Lee Lam, Haiying Jia and Roar Adland
Shipping companies’ choice of low sulfur fuel oil with government subsidy and different maritime supply chain power structures pp. 323-346 Downloads
Chuanxu Wang and Yan Jiao
Risk assessment of accidental oil release in a coastal region: the são paulo case study pp. 347-361 Downloads
Marina C. Galuzzi-Silva and Herlander Mata-Lima
State jurisdiction over vessel source emissions: implementation in China pp. 362-375 Downloads
Mingzhao Zhang and Bingying Dong
Green supply chain management strategy and financial performance in the shipping industry pp. 376-395 Downloads
Stelios E. Alexandrou, Photis M. Panayides, Dimitris Tsouknidis and Andria E. Alexandrou
A fuzzy best–worst method (BWM) to assess the potential environmental impacts of the process of ship recycling pp. 396-409 Downloads
Omer Soner, Erkan Celik and Emre Akyuz
Digitalization and new technologies for sustainable business models at the ship–port interface: a bibliometric analysis pp. 410-446 Downloads
Manlio Del Giudice, Assunta Di Vaio, Rohail Hassan and Rosa Palladino
Policy-oriented analysis on the navigational rights of unmanned merchant ships pp. 447-462 Downloads
Ling Zhu and Wangwang Xing

Volume 49, issue 2, 2022

Implications of Arctic shipping emissions for marine environment pp. 155-180 Downloads
Qiong Chen, Ying-En Ge, Adolf K.Y. Ng, Yui-yip Lau and Xuezong Tao
Developing the seaport container terminal layout to enhance efficiency of the intermodal transportation system and port operations – case of the Port of Montreal pp. 181-198 Downloads
Tareq Abu Aisha, Mustapha Ouhimmou, Marc Paquet and Julio Montecinos
The role of policy in supporting SSS – the case of Quebec pp. 199-213 Downloads
David Talbot and Olivier Boiral
A multi-criteria decision model based on the evidential reasoning approach for the selection of fulcrum ports supporting Arctic shipping through the Northeast Passage pp. 214-235 Downloads
Shuaiyu Yao, Hao Hu, Yu-Wang Chen and Wendi Ouyang
State of play in technology and legal framework of alternative marine fuels and renewable energy systems: a bibliometric analysis pp. 236-260 Downloads
Paweł Kołakowski, Mateusz Gil, Krzysztof Wróbel and Yuh-Shan Ho
Effectiveness of port state control inspection using Bayesian network modelling pp. 261-278 Downloads
Lixian Fan, Lan Zheng and Meifeng Luo
Container shipping operational risks: an overview of assessment and analysis pp. 279-299 Downloads
Son Nguyen, Peggy Shu-Ling Chen and Yuquan Du
Acknowledgement to reviewers 2021 pp. 300-302 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 49, issue 1, 2022

Port specialization and connectivity in the global maritime network pp. 1-17 Downloads
César Ducruet
Liner ship scheduling with time-dependent port charges pp. 18-38 Downloads
Jianfeng Zheng, Xuejing Hou, Jingwen Qi and Lingxiao Yang
Port allocative efficiency and port devolution: a study for the Spanish port authorities (1992-2016) pp. 39-61 Downloads
Soraya Hidalgo-Gallego, Ramón Núñez-Sánchez and Pablo Coto-Millán
Modeling the interactions among green shipping policies pp. 62-77 Downloads
Lixian Fan, Yuhan Xu, Meifeng Luo and Jingbo Yin
The impact of organizational culture and strategy on shipping liner’s awareness and utilization of the 4th IR technologies pp. 78-96 Downloads
Sang-Hoon Shin and Yong-John Shin
Managing regional container terminal competition: the roles of information and government support pp. 97-117 Downloads
Zelong Yi, Chunrao Yang and Mingzhu Yu
A two-stage parallel network DEA model for analyzing the operational capability of container terminals pp. 118-139 Downloads
Jaehun Park, Byung Kwon Lee and Joyce M.W. Low
Ship detention prediction via feature selection scheme and support vector machine (SVM) pp. 140-153 Downloads
Shubo Wu, Xinqiang Chen, Chaojian Shi, Junjie Fu, Ying Yan and Shengzheng Wang
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