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Maritime Policy & Management

1997 - 2024

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

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Volume 29, issue 4, 2002

Writing for readers - a challenge for academic authors pp. 339-340 Downloads
B. Fletcher
Aggregates cranes handling capacity of container terminals: the port of Kaohsiung pp. 341-350 Downloads
Chin-Yuan Chu and Wen-Chih Huang
Navigation of foreign vessels within China's jurisdictional waters pp. 351-374 Downloads
Zou Keyuan
Complexity theory applied to management of shipping companies pp. 375-391 Downloads
Alexander M. Goulielmos
UK tonnage tax: subsidy or special case? pp. 393-404 Downloads
Evangelia Selkou and Michael Roe
Book reviews pp. 405-406 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 29, issue 3, 2002

IAME 2001: Contemporary research in global shipping and logistics pp. 203-208 Downloads
The Editors
Clustering and performance: the case of maritime clustering in The Netherlands pp. 209-221 Downloads
P. W. de Langen
Causes and effects of FDI by the Norwegian maritime industry pp. 223-239 Downloads
Hans Jarle Kind and Siri Strandenes
Ports as elements in value-driven chain systems: the new paradigm pp. 241-255 Downloads
Ross Robinson
Consolidation and contestability in the European container handling industry pp. 257-269 Downloads
Theo E. Notteboom
Privatization trends at the world's top-100 container ports pp. 271-284 Downloads
Alfred J. Baird
A conceptual application of cooperative game theory to liner shipping strategic alliances pp. 285-301 Downloads
Dong-Wook Song and Photis M. Panayides
Efficient pricing of ships in the dry bulk sector of the shipping industry pp. 303-330 Downloads
Manolis Kavussanos and Amir H. Alizadeh
The safety of ferries: an accident injury perspective pp. 331-338 Downloads
Wayne K. Talley

Volume 29, issue 2, 2002

The mispricing of transportation initial public offerings in the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong pp. 107-118 Downloads
Kevin Cullinane and Stephen Gong
Factors that promote innovation in shipping companies pp. 119-133 Downloads
Jan Inge Jenssen and Trond Randøy
Ship assignment with hub and spoke constraints pp. 135-150 Downloads
M. C. Moura O, M. V. Pato and A. C. Paixa O
Flag states and safety: 1997-1999 pp. 151-162 Downloads
Tony Alderton and Nik Winchester
The assessment of market efficiency in the shipping sector: a new approach pp. 179-181 Downloads
George Dikos and Nikos Papapostolou
The study on maritime transport along the southern coast of Thailand on the Gulf of Thailand: a summary pp. 183-198 Downloads
Kamonchanok Suthiwartnarueput, Chackrit Duangphastra and Sompong Sirisoponsilp

Volume 29, issue 1, 2002

Editorial: EU Port Policy pp. 1-2 Downloads
James McConville
An analysis of the overcapacity problem under the decentralized management system of container ports in Japan pp. 3-15 Downloads
Hideko Terada
The Polish maritime sector under transition pp. 17-43 Downloads
Aleksandra Wrona and Michael Roe
The vertical disintegration of ship management: choice criteria for third party selection and evaluation pp. 45-64 Downloads
Photis M. Panayides and Kevin P. B. Cullinane
Strategic alliances in the container shipping industry: a global perspective pp. 65-76 Downloads
Brian Slack, Claude Comtois and Robert McCalla
The potential for British coastal shipping in a multimodal chain pp. 77-92 Downloads
John Saldanha and Richard Gray
Kiribati seafarers and German container shipping pp. 93-101 Downloads
Thomas Klikauer and Richard Morris
Book reviews pp. 103-103 Downloads
Barbara Fletcher

Volume 28, issue 4, 2001

An improved formulation for bulk cargo ship scheduling with a single loading port pp. 339-345 Downloads
Seong-Cheol Cho and A. N. Perakis
Maintaining the maritime skills base: does the Government have a realistic strategy? pp. 347-360 Downloads
Bernard Gardner, Mohamed Naim, Bernardo Obando-Rojas and Stephen Pettit
Strategic fleet size planning for maritime refrigerated containers pp. 361-374 Downloads
Akio Imai and Fausto Rivera
Application of a fuzzy multi-criteria decision-making model for shipping company performance evaluation pp. 375-392 Downloads
Tsung-Yu Chou and Gin-Shuh Liang
Institutional reform in ports of developing countries: the case of Lebanon-part I: the plan pp. 393-407 Downloads
M. Hadi Baaj and Jihad Issa

Volume 28, issue 3, 2001

Developments in UK shipping: the tonnage tax pp. 213-223 Downloads
Mark Brownrigg, Geoff Dawe, Mike Mann and Phillip Weston
Maritime legislation: new areas for safety of life at sea pp. 225-234 Downloads
K. X. Li and J. Wonham
Perceptions of foreign exchange rate risk in the shipping industry pp. 235-249 Downloads
K. Akatsuka and K. Leggate
Development of ocean carriers' behaviour model focusing on their 'cost and tariff' based on the spatial general equilibrium pp. 251-264 Downloads
Kazuhiko Ishiguro and Hajime Inamura
A disaggregate analysis of factors influencing port selection pp. 265-277 Downloads
Matthew Malchow and Adib Kanafani
The container terminal community pp. 279-292 Downloads
Jeffrey Martin and Brian J. Thomas
Co-operation and competition in international container transport: strategies for ports pp. 293-305 Downloads
T. Heaver, Hilde Meersman and E. Van De Voorde
If it ain't bust, don't fix it: the proposed EU directive on market access to port services pp. 307-313 Downloads
Sheila Farrell

Volume 28, issue 2, 2001

Port development within the framework of Malaysia's transport policy: some considerations pp. 199-206 Downloads
Jn Mak and Bernard Km Tai

Volume 28, issue 1, 2001

EDITORIAL: FINANCIAL CREATIVITY pp. 1-2 Downloads
James McConville
Competition between the ports of Hong Kong and Singapore: a structural vector error correction model to forecast the demand for container handling services pp. 3-22 Downloads
King-Fai Fung
Strategic re-thinking in shipping companies pp. 23-32 Downloads
Peter Lorange
The economic impact study of maritime policy issues: application to the German case pp. 33-54 Downloads
Jan A. Van Der Linden
Sea-going labour and Greek owned fleet: a major aspect of fleet competitiveness pp. 55-69 Downloads
Evangelos Sambracos or Samprakos and Joanna Tsiaparikou
Structural changes in logistics: how will port authorities face the challenge? pp. 71-89 Downloads
Theo Notteboom and Willy Winkelmans
Manpower supply and demand of ocean deck officers in Taiwan pp. 91-102 Downloads
Chin-Tsai Lin, Su-Man Wang and Chang-Tzu Chiang
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