Maritime Policy & Management Best Published Manuscript AwardVisit the journal's homepage
Since 2015, this annual award for the best manuscript published in print in Maritime Policy & Management is selected by the Editorial Board based on academic value and contribution.
The award of GBP £1,000 sponsored by Taylor and Francis.
The Editorial Board of Maritime Policy & Management (MPM) are delighted to announce that that the manuscript selected this year is “Risk assessment framework for exposure of cargo and ports to natural hazards and climate extremes” by Jasmine Siu Lee Lam & Jonatan A. Lassa published in Volume 44 No 1.
Kevin Li – Editor-in-Chief, Maritime Policy & Management
The manuscript by Jasmine Siu Lee Lam & Jonatan A. Lassa was selected by the Editorial Board from a short list of eight nominated manuscripts from our Associate Editors.
All of these manuscripts have attracted significant levels of interest from the readers of MPM and are free to view via this page 31 August 2019.
|Risk assessment framework for exposure of cargo and ports to natural hazards and climate extremes||Jasmine Siu Lee Lam & Jonatan A. Lassa|
The below seven articles were nominated for the Maritime Policy & Management Best Manuscript 2017. Simply click on the article titles to read them online for free*!
*Articles will be free to access online until 31 August 2019.
|A two-stage optimization approach for sulphur emission regulation compliance||Øyvind Patricksson & Stein Ove Erikstad|
|Internalization of port congestion: strategic effect behind shipping line delays and implications for terminal charges and investment||Changmin Jiang, Yulai Wan & Anming Zhang|
|Themes and tools of maritime transport research during 2000-2014||Wenming Shi & Kevin X. Li|
|Terminal investment timing decisions in a competitive setting with uncertainty using a real option approach||Shiyuan Zheng & Rudy R. Negenborn|
|Environmental reform of West and Central Africa ports: the influence of colonial legacies||Harry Barnes-Dabban, Kris Van Koppen & Arthur Mol|
|Duration analysis for recurrent ship accidents||Meifeng Luo, Sung-Ho Shin & Young-Tae Chang|
|Interpretation of cruise industry in a two-sided market context: An exploration on Japan||Jamie M. Chen, Mark G. Lijesen & Peter Nijkamp|