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Maritime Policy & Management

1997 - 2023

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

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Volume 32, issue 4, 2005

Editorial: an analysis of failure pp. 329-330 Downloads
Patrick Alderton
Port competition between Shanghai and Ningbo pp. 331-346 Downloads
Kevin Cullinane, Yahui Teng and Teng-Fei Wang
Policy making and planning for the port sector: paradigms in conflict pp. 347-362 Downloads
Sophia Everett
The competitiveness of short sea shipping in multimodal logistics supply chains: service attributes pp. 363-382 Downloads
Ana C. Paixão Casaca and Peter B. Marlow
Maritime policy in Scotland pp. 383-401 Downloads
Alfred J. Baird
Optimizing shipping company operations using business process modelling pp. 403-420 Downloads
D. V. Lyridis, T. Fyrvik, G. N. Kapetanis, N. Ventikos, P. Anaxagorou, E. Uthaug and H. N. Psaraftis
Information technology network security risk assessment and management framework for shipping companies pp. 421-432 Downloads
Athena Roumboutsos, Nikitas Nikitakos and Stefanos Gritzalis

Volume 32, issue 3, 2005

Editorial: maritime issues in the Americas pp. 187-189 Downloads
Mary R. Brooks
An assessment of port reform in Argentina: outcomes and challenges ahead pp. 191-207 Downloads
Tomas Serebrisky and Lourdes Trujillo
An analysis of the Brazilian ship financing system pp. 209-226 Downloads
Floriano C. M. Pires, Luis F. Assis and Cassiano M. Souza
Short-sea shipping potentials in Central America to bridge infrastructural gaps pp. 227-244 Downloads
Ricardo J. Sánchez * and Gordon Wilmsmeier
The Caribbean basin: adjusting to global trends in containerization pp. 245-261 Downloads
Robert McCalla *, Brian Slack and Claude Comtois
Determinants of crew injuries in vessel accidents pp. 263-278 Downloads
Wayne K. Talley *, Di Jin and Hauke Kite-Powell
Inter-firm relationships and shipping services: the case of car carriers and automobile importers to the United States pp. 279-295 Downloads
Peter V. Hall * and Daniel Olivier
Port regionalization: towards a new phase in port development pp. 297-313 Downloads
Theo Notteboom and Jean-Paul Rodrigue
Institutional change in the Port of New York pp. 315-328 Downloads
Richard Burroughs *

Volume 32, issue 2, 2005

Editorial: changes pp. 65-65 Downloads
James McConville
Marketing management at the world's major ports pp. 67-87 Downloads
Julián Pando *, Andres Araujo and Francisco Javier Maqueda
Maritime liner shipping and the stevedoring industry: market structure and competition strategies pp. 89-106 Downloads
R. Midoro, E. Musso and F. Parola *
Dynamics of change in the port system of the western Mediterranean pp. 107-121 Downloads
Elisabeth Gouvernal, Jean Debrie and Brian Slack *
The choices of employing seafarers for the national shipowners in Taiwan: an empirical study pp. 123-137 Downloads
Ji-Feng Ding and Gin-Shuh Liang *
Ports and shipping in Mozambique: current concerns and policy options pp. 139-157 Downloads
Geoffrey Wood * and Pauline Dibben
Safety culture on board six Swedish passenger ships pp. 159-176 Downloads
Åsa Ek * and Roland Akselsson
Tonnage tax: is it working? pp. 177-186 Downloads
Heather Leggate * and James McConville

Volume 32, issue 1, 2005

On cost-efficiency of the global container shipping network pp. 15-30 Downloads
Dongping Song *, Jie Zhang, Jonathan Carter, Tony Field, James Marshall, John Polak, Kimberly Schumacher, Proshun Sinha-Ray and John Woods

Volume 31, issue 4, 2004

Guest Editorial: Is liner shipping unique? pp. 257-258 Downloads
Mary R. Brooks
Designing optimal routes in a liner shipping problem pp. 259-268 Downloads
Kjetil Fagerholt *
An analysis of the pricing system in the Greek--Italian coastal routes pp. 269-285 Downloads
Alexander M. Goulielmos * and Androniki Gatzoli
The impact of transitional changes on maritime transport in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 287-308 Downloads
Heidi Cottam and Michael Roe *
‘Get yourself a proper job girlie!’: recruitment, retention and women seafarers* [1] pp. 309-318 Downloads
Michelle Thomas *
Modelling forward freight rate dynamics—empirical evidence from time charter rates pp. 319-335 Downloads
Steen Koekebakker and Roar Os Ådland
An interpretation of inter-container port relationships from the demand perspective pp. 337-355 Downloads
Wei Yim Yap *† and Jasmine S. L. Lam
Regional governance of port development in China: a case study of Shanghai International Shipping Center pp. 357-373 Downloads
James J. Wang * and Brian Slack
Public goods and the public financing of major European seaports pp. 375-391 Downloads
Alfred J. Baird *
Short sea shipping: a Canadian perspective pp. 393-407 Downloads
Mary R. Brooks * and James D. Frost
ISL Shipping Statistics Yearbook 2003, by INSTITUTE OF SHIPPING ECONOMICS AND LOGISTICS, Breman, 245 Euros, ISSN 0721-3220 pp. 409-409 Downloads
James McConville

Volume 31, issue 3, 2004

An optimal containership slot allocation for liner shipping revenue management pp. 199-211 Downloads
Shin-Chan Ting * and Gwo-Hshiung Tzeng

Volume 31, issue 2, 2004

The UNCTAD and WORKPORT models of port development: evolution or revolution? pp. 93-107 Downloads
A. K. C. Beresford, B. M. Gardner, S. J. Pettit, A. Naniopoulos and C. F. Wooldridge
The empirical evidence of the leverage effect on volatility in international bulk shipping market pp. 109-124 Downloads
Yung-Shun Chen and Shiu-Tung Wang
Core competence and competitive strategy of the Taiwan shipbuilding industry: a resource-based approach pp. 125-137 Downloads
Chia-Chan Chou and Pao-Long Chang
Forecasting the Suez Canal traffic: a neural network analysis pp. 139-156 Downloads
Mohamed M. Mostafa
Tanzanian coastal and inland ports and shipping: crises and policy options pp. 157-171 Downloads
Geoffrey Wood

Volume 31, issue 1, 2004

Editorial: running rings around the liner industry pp. 1-2 Downloads
Rogan McLellan
The future shortage of seafarers: will it become a reality? pp. 3-13 Downloads
Heather Leggate
An analysis of decision-making processes in multicultural maritime scenarios pp. 15-29 Downloads
Jan Horck
The ship owners’ stance on third party ship management: an empirical study pp. 31-45 Downloads
Kyriaki Mitroussi
A logistics and supply chain management approach to port performance measurement pp. 47-67 Downloads
Khalid Bichou and Richard Gray
Participation in the global labour market: experience and responses of chinese seafarers pp. 69-82 Downloads
Bin Wu
Comment pp. 83-86 Downloads
His Excellency William O'Neil

Volume 30, issue 4, 2003

Editorial: The UK shipping policy pp. 271-274 Downloads
James McConville
Sustainability and national policy in UK port development pp. 275-291 Downloads
Sidney Gilman
Investment strategies in market uncertainty pp. 293-303 Downloads
Helen Bendall and Alan F. Stent
The changing role of ports in supply-chain management: an empirical analysis pp. 305-320 Downloads
Valentina Carbone and Marcella De Martino
The price-volume relationship in the sale and purchase market for dry bulk vessels pp. 321-337 Downloads
Amir Alizadeh and Nikos K. Nomikos
How do ocean carriers organize the empty containers reposition activity in the USA? pp. 339-355 Downloads
Erika Lopez
Comment pp. 357-362 Downloads
Richard Goss

Volume 30, issue 3, 2003

Maritime policy and management--30 years issue for Prof. James McConville Editorial: IMO--The economics of intimidation pp. 195-196 Downloads
David Cockroft
An ERP approach for container terminal operating systems pp. 197-210 Downloads
Hyung Rim Choi, Hyun Soo Kim, Byung Joo Park, Nam-Kyu Park and Sang Wan Lee
Corporatization: a legislative framework for port inefficiencies pp. 211-219 Downloads
Sophia Everett
A new perspective on price dynamics of the dry bulk market pp. 221-230 Downloads
Jostein Tvedt
Shipping line networks and the integration of South America trades pp. 231-242 Downloads
Emmanuel Guy
A simulation study for the logistics planning of a container terminal in view of SCM pp. 243-254 Downloads
Tae-Woo Lee, Nam-Kyu Park and Dong-Won Lee
A most convenient flag--the basis for the expansion of the Singapore fleet, 1969-82 pp. 255-268 Downloads
Stig Tenold
Book reviews of Maritime Transport. Edited by M ary R. B rooks, K enneth B utton and P eter N ijkamp (Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, 2002) [Pp. 553] £150.00. ISBN 1 84064 552 0 pp. 269-270 Downloads
David Glen

Volume 30, issue 2, 2003

The question of safety pp. 91-92 Downloads
Michael Everard
Innovation, capabilities and competitive advantage in Norwegian shipping pp. 93-106 Downloads
Jan Inge Jenssen
International comparison of market risks across shipping-related industries pp. 107-122 Downloads
Manolis Kavussanos, Arne Juell-Skielse and Matthew Forrest
Competitive strategies and organizational performance in ship management pp. 123-140 Downloads
Photis M. Panayides
Regression modelling of the employment durations of UK seafaring officers in 1999 pp. 141-149 Downloads
David Glen
Federal ports policy pp. 151-163 Downloads
David Newman and Jay H. Walder
Port choice behaviour--from the perspective of the shipper pp. 165-173 Downloads
An-Shuen Nir, Kuang Lin and Gin-Shuh Liang
Market analysis and pricing policies for sea canals: the case of the Greek Corinth Canal pp. 175-190 Downloads
Evangelos Sambracos or Samprakos
Book review of Ships and the Development of Maritime Technology in the Indian Ocean, edited by D. Parkin and R. Barnes (London; New York: Routledge Curzon, 2002), pp. 360 [AQ2]. £55.00. ISBN 0 7007 1235 6 pp. 191-191 Downloads
Sheila Farrell
Analytical Transport Economics: An International Perspective, edited by J. Polak and A. Heertje (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, Transport Economics, Management and Policy series, 2000), pp. 418. £75.00. ISBN 1 85898 786 5 pp. 193-193 Downloads
Dawn Kinnersley

Volume 30, issue 1, 2003

Maritime Policy and Management--Celebrating 30 Years pp. 1-4 Downloads
William A. O'Neil
Causality between performance and traffic: an investigation with Indian ports pp. 5-27 Downloads
Prabir De and Buddhadeb Ghosh
Port co-opetition in concept and practice pp. 29-44 Downloads
Dong-Wook Song
Tanker forward freight agreements: the future for freight futures? pp. 45-58 Downloads
John Dinwoodie and Jeffrey Morris
Finding a balance: companies, seafarers and family life pp. 59-76 Downloads
Michelle Thomas, Helen Sampson and Minghua Zhao
Third party ship management: the case of separation of ownership and management in the shipping context pp. 77-90 Downloads
Dr. Kyriaki Mitroussi
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