Maritime Policy & Management Best Published Manuscript Award
About the award
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 & Francis. Take a look at the winning and nominated articles below.
Award for Best Manuscript 2020
The Editorial Board of MPM are delighted to announce that the manuscript selected this year is “Big data and artificial intelligence in the maritime industry: a bibliometric review and future research directions” by Ziaul Haque Munim, Mariia Dushenko, Veronica Jaramillo Jimenez, Mohammad Hassan Shakil & Marius Imset published in Volume 47 No 5.
Kevin Li – Editor-in-Chief, Maritime Policy & Management: "The manuscript by Ziaul Haque Munim, Mariia Dushenko, Veronica Jaramillo Jimenez, Mohammad Hassan Shakil & Marius Imset was selected by the Editorial Board from a short list of thirteen nominated manuscripts from our Associate Editors. All of these manuscripts have attracted significant levels of interest from the readers of Maritime Policy & Management."
Best Manuscript Nominated Papers 2020
The thirteen articles shown below were nominated for the Maritime Policy & Management Best Manuscript 2020. Simply click on the article titles to read them online for free!
|2020 (Winner)||Ziaul Haque Munim, Mariia Dushenko, Veronica Jaramillo Jimenez, Mohammad Hassan Shakil & Marius Imset||Big data and artificial intelligence in the maritime industry: a bibliometric review and future research directions||47||5|
|2020 (Nominee)||Ryuichi Shibasaki, Kei Kanamoto & Takeshi Suzuki||Estimating global pattern of LNG supply chain: a port-based approach by vessel movement database||47||2|
|2020 (Nominee)||Luan Thanh Le, Gunwoo Lee, Hwayoung Kim & Su-Han Woo||Voyage-based statistical fuel consumption models of ocean-going container ships in Korea||47||3|
|2020 (Nominee)||Wu-Hsun Chung, Sheng-Long Kao, Chun-Min Chang & Chien-Chung Yuan||Association rule learning to improve deficiency inspection in port state control||47||3|
|2020 (Nominee)||Sigurd Solheim Pettersen, Jose Jorge Garcia Agis, Carl Fredrik Rehn, Bjørn Egil Asbjørnslett, Per Olaf Brett & Stein Ove Erikstad||Latent capabilities in support of maritime emergency response||47||4|
|2020 (Nominee)||Jinxian Weng, Shiguan Liao, Bing Wu & Dong Yang||Exploring effects of ship traffic characteristics and environmental conditions on ship collision frequency||47||4|
|2020 (Nominee)||Meizhi Jiang & Jing Lu||Maritime accident risk estimation for sea lanes based on a dynamic Bayesian network||47||5|
|2020 (Nominee)||Jason Monios & Gordon Wilmsmeier||Deep adaptation to climate change in the maritime transport sector – a new paradigm for maritime economics?||47||7|
|2020 (Nominee)||Miguel Esteban, Hiroshi Takagi, Robert J. Nicholls, Dyah Fatma, Munawir Bintang Pratama, Shota Kurobe, Xiong Yi, Izumi Ikeda, Takahito Mikami, Paolo Valenzuela & Erick Avelino||Adapting ports to sea-level rise: empirical lessons based on land subsidence in Indonesia and Japan||47||7|
|2020 (Nominee)||Lauren L. Morris||Stakeholder collaboration as a pathway to climate adaptation at coastal ports||47||7|
|2020 (Nominee)||Barbro Elisabeth Fjørtoft, Siv Marina Flø Grimstad & Richard Glavee-Geo||Motivations for CSR in the Norwegian maritime cluster: stakeholder perspectives and policy implications||47||8|
|2020 (Nominee)||Mehrnaz Ashrafi, Tony R. Walker, Gregory M. Magnan, Michelle Adams & Michele Acciaro||A review of corporate sustainability drivers in maritime ports: a multi-stakeholder perspective||47||8|
|2020 (Nominee)||Michele Acciaro & Christa Sys||Innovation in the maritime sector: aligning strategy with outcomes||47||8|