PortEconomics members and associate members were involved in a large number of papers which were presented at the Asian Logistics Round Table 2010 Conference and Meeting (ALRT 2010) which took place in Antwerp on 2-3 December 2010.
The studies to be published in an edited book in late January/early February 2011:
SHOU, C., NG, K.Y., PALLIS, A., Transport node governance in a changing world: the institutional reform of Tianjin port – [Download]
VEENSTRA, A., NOTTEBOOM, T., The development of the Yangtze River Container Ports System
DE COSTER, P., NOTTEBOOM, T., Piracy off the Horn of Africa: Impact on regional container services on the Middle East-Africa trade
FERRARI, C., PAROLA, F., TEI, A., North Africa and international trade networks: port investments and market opportunities
WANG, S., NOTTEBOOM, T., World LNG shipping: Dynamics in markets, ships and terminal projects
FENG, L., NOTTEBOOM, T., The role of small ports in constructing Bohai rim port cluster: Logistics networking system of Yingkou Port
FLYNN, M., LEE, T.-W., NOTTEBOOM, T., The next step on the port generations ladder: customer-centric and community ports
KASELIMI, V., NOTTEBOOM, T., “Preferred” scale of container terminals in seaports: a size distribution analysis
VERBRAEKEN, D., NOTTEBOOM, T., Endogenous and exogenous determinants of land productivity of container terminals
LI, J., NOTTEBOOM, T., The impact of the institutional structure on the development of inland waterway transport on the Pearl River
TAVASSZY, L., MINDERHOUD, M., PERRIN, J.-F., NOTTEBOOM, T., A strategic network choice model for global container flows: specification, estimation and application
CARIOU, P., NOTTEBOOM, T., Bunker costs in container liner shipping: Are slow steaming practices reflected in maritime fuel surcharges?
The detailed program can be found @ ALRT 2010