Port of Hong-Kong 2030: Compliments and Comments

The development plan for Hong Kong Port, released December 2014, makes interesting reading for port ...

The role of port authorities in the adoption of LNG as a ship fuel

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) serves as an attractive fuel for ships to meet the upcoming stringent en...

Greek port policy 2015: Six questions demand answers

With Greek ports being part of a major reform programme, key policy-decisions lay ahead. PortEconom...

River tourism development: The case of the port of Brussels

River tourism becomes for many ports an important development area that often requires additional in...

Container Port Competition in Europe

The port competition in Europe with a main focus on container ports and terminals, is the theme of d...

  • Port of Hong-Kong 2030: Compliments and Comments

    Wednesday, 25 February 2015 00:00
  • The role of port authorities in the adoption of LNG as a ship fuel

    Monday, 16 February 2015 00:00
  • Greek port policy 2015: Six questions demand answers

    Sunday, 15 February 2015 00:00
  • River tourism development: The case of the port of Brussels

    Monday, 09 February 2015 00:00
  • Container Port Competition in Europe

    Tuesday, 27 January 2015 00:00

Port Studies

Viewpoints

Members News

Assoc Members News

BOOKS

EPP ΕΛΠ Cover CPPM-cover CMTP
Current issues in shipping ports and logistics-UPA-2011 Port Cities Global Chains Ports in Proximity 55716 9781849207898

The PortEconomics Initiative

PortEconomics is a web-based initiative aiming to advance knowledge exchange on seaport studies. Established by maritime economists affiliated to academic institutions in Belgium, Greece and the Netherlands. It provides freely accessible research, education, information, and network-building material on critical issues of port economics, management and policies. The main objectives of PortEconomics are: (a) to develop and promote resources for increased quality port studies; (b) to disseminate the activities and cutting-edge port research and analysis conducted by the group members and associates; and (c) to foster a knowledge exchange network of scholars, policy-makers, practitioners and students interested in port studies.

Learn More