PortEconomics members presented a number of new port studies at IAME 2011 – the annual conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists, that took place in Santiago, Chile. In particular, the program included the following studies by the members of the PortEconomics team:
- Jacobs, W., De Langen, Peter W. and Notteboom, Theo E. (2011). Institutional Plasticity and Path Dependence in Seaports: Interactions Between Institutions, Port Governance Reform and Port Authority Routines.
- Kaselimi, E., Notteboom, T.E. (2011), Preferred scale Of Container Terminals In Seaports: A statistical analysis on parameters and size Distribution.
- Kaselimi, E., Notteboom, Theo E. (2011). A Game theoretical approach to the inter-relation between terminal scale and port competition.
- Leal, E., Sanchez, R., Notteboom, T.E., Perez, G., Doerr, O. (2011), The role of knowledge and capabilities in port development: a case study for the west coast of South America,
- Vitsounis, T.K. and Pallis, A.A. (2011). Relationships between port service providers and users: An empirical study.
The program also included the following port related studies, contacted by PortEconomics members:
- Chen, L., Notteboom, T.E. (2011), Determinants for assigning value added logistics services to logistics centers within a supply chain configuration: Case study of sportswear & fashion industry,
- Lekakou, M.B., Pallis, A.A., Vaggelas, G.K. and Vitsounis, T.K. (2011). 2011-IAME-Lekakou-Pallis-Vaggelas-Vitsounis.
- Wang, S., Notteboom, Theo E. (2011). The unique features of the LNG shipping market: a study of shipowner’s’ structure and fleet distribution.