Cruise port market dynamics: The Mediterranean and its multi-port cruise regions

The latest study of PortEconomics co-director Thanos Pallis along with Kleopatra Arapi (University o...

Traffic decline in container ports: the exception or the new normal?

Traffic decline in container ports: the exception or the new normal? By Theo Notteboom Recently,...

Anatomy of a Port Disaster: The Tianjin Port Explosions

Successive explosions at the port of Tianjin, the third largest in the world in terms of tonnage and...

Port Performance Management: Mind the Gap

Port research has been focusing increasingly on performance management. A great deal of port studies...

Concession Agreements and Market Entry in the Container Terminal Industry

The capabilities and strategies required for obtaining a concession to operate a container terminal ...

  • Cruise port market dynamics: The Mediterranean and its multi-port cruise regions

    Friday, 28 August 2015 00:00
  • Traffic decline in container ports: the exception or the new normal?

    Friday, 21 August 2015 00:00
  • Anatomy of a Port Disaster: The Tianjin Port Explosions

    Tuesday, 18 August 2015 00:00
  • Port Performance Management: Mind the Gap

    Thursday, 06 August 2015 00:00
  • Concession Agreements and Market Entry in the Container Terminal Industry

    Thursday, 30 July 2015 00:00

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