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Shaping Future Port and Shipping

Guest editor: Jasmine Siu Lee Lam, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Published by Maritime Policy & Management

Enjoy FREE ACCESS to the below articles via this page until 31 August 2020


The world is experiencing a faster rate of change in technology and policy reforms. The maritime industry faces a lot of new challenges and opportunities at the same time. Researchers and scholars in the maritime and related fields play a part in shaping future port and shipping by conducting research studies that create new ideas and knowledge. This virtual special issue of ‘Shaping Future Port and Shipping’ selects a collection of articles in MPM that develop forward-looking research topics. Interesting concepts, approaches, and results can be found from these articles. While maritime research is moving forward, there is room for much more to be done. However, it is exactly why conducting maritime research is exciting. We are eager to see more pioneering research contributions in future MPM issues.

TitleAuthor
Impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative in the Indian subcontinent under future port development scenariosXiao Ruan, Yapa Mahinda Bandara, Jun-Yeop Lee, Paul Tae-Woo Lee & Prem Chhetri
Port system evolution – the emergence of second-tier hubsJason Monios, Gordon Wilmsmeier & Adolf K. Y. Ng
A new rule-based integrated decision making approach to container transshipment terminal selectionCigdem Kadaifci, Umut Asan, Seyda Serdarasan & Umut Arican
Assessment of investment decision in the dry bulk shipping market based on real options thinking and the shipping cycle perspectiveJingbo Yin, Yijie Wu & Linjun Lu
Next generation mega container ports: implications of traffic composition on sea space demandWei Yim Yap &Hui Shan Loh
Dynamics and interdependencies among different shipping freight marketsKevin X. Li, Yi Xiao, Shu-Ling Chen, Wei Zhang, Yuquan Du & Wenming Shi
Are the innovation processes in seaport terminal operations successful?Michele Acciaro, Claudio Ferrari, Jasmine SL Lam, Rosario Macario, Athena Roumboutsos, Christa Sys, Alessio Tei & Thierry Vanelslander

Maritime Policy & Management

Maritime Policy & Management (MPM) is a multi-disciplinary and international refereed journal, it brings together papers on the different topics that concern the maritime industry. It provides the latest findings and analyses. Emphasis is placed on business, organizational, economic, sociolegal and management topics at port, community, shipping company and shipboard levels.

Language: en-US

Publisher: Routledge

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