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Elvira Haezendonck

haezendonckVrije Universiteit Brussel
Department of Business Economics and
Strategic Management
Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32 2 629 21 31
Fax: +32 2 629 20 60
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Dr. Elvira Haezendonck (PhD, 2001, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Solvay Business School) is Assistant Professor at the University of Brussels (VUB) and at the University of Antwerp. Her research covers various topics in the field of management, strategy and policy related to ports, transport and infrastructure: environmental strategy, competition analysis and stakeholder management. She teaches courses on Management, Competition Strategy, Port Management and Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility, mostly on master level, and is Guest Lecturer at the University of Rotterdam (MEL) since 2005 and at EUROMED Marseille (Maritime MBA) since 2007. Since 2010 she holds a Research Chair on Public-private partnerships at VUB. She has published various articles, books and book chapters in these domains, with recently an Edward Elgar book publication on Transport Project Evaluation. Since 1998, she has been involved in over 30 national and EU research projects on for example long term strategy analyses for ports, socio-economic analysis of new investment projects and impact assessments.


  • Haezendonck, E., Notteboom, T., (2001), The competitive advantage of seaports, in: Huybrechts, M., Meersman, H., Van De Voorde, E., Van Hooydonk, E., Verbeke, A., Winkelmans, W. (eds), Port competitiveness: an economic and legal analysis of the factors determining the competitiveness of seaports, Editions De Boeck, pp. 67-87. [Book]
  • Coeck, C., Haezendonck, E., Notteboom, T., Verbeke, A., (1999), The effectiveness of seaport policy in the European Union: a note on the European Commission’s ‘Green paper on seaports and maritime infrastructure, in: Zurek, J. (ed), Competitiveness in maritime transport and seaports, University of Gdansk: Gdansk, pp. 7-25.
  • Coeck, C., Haezendonck, E., Notteboom, T., Verbeke, A. and Winkelmans, W., (1997), The competitiveness of seaports : business and government agendas in strategic planning, in: Essays in honour and in memory of late professor B.N. Metaxas, University of Piraeus, Department of Maritime Studies, p. 269-287.

  • (2001). Essays on strategy analysis for seaports, May, Garant Publishers, Louvain.
  • (2007). Transport Project Evaluation: Extending the Social Cost Benefit Approach, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham (UK).
  • (2010). Management in tien dimensies, ASP VUBPress, Brussels.
  • (forthcoming). Management in ten dimensions”, Routledge, London.
  • (forthcoming). Port management and strategy, edited volume, Routledge.
  • Haezendonck, E. Notteboom, T. (2002). The competitive position of seaports: introduction of the value added concept", in: M. Huybrechts et al (eds.), Port Competitiveness, An economic and legal analysis of the factors determining the competitiveness of seaports, Uitgeverij De Boeck, Antwerp.
  • Haezendonck, E., Winkelmans, W., (2002). The competitive advantage of seaports, in: M. Huybrechts et al (eds.), Port Competitiveness, An economic and legal analysis of the factors determining the competitiveness of seaports, , Uitgeverij De Boeck, Antwerp.
  • Haezendonck, E., Coeck, C., Verbeke, A., (2006). The competitive position of seaports: a strategic positioning analysis”, in: K. Cullinane and W. Talley (eds.), Port Economics, Elsevier Publisher.
  • Haezendonck, E., Coeck, C., (2006). Environmental strategy for ports: towards a comprehensive green port concept”, in Notteboom, T. (ed.), Port are More than Piers, De Lloyd, Antwerp.
  • Haezendonck, E., (2007). Transport Project Evaluation: introduction”, in: E. Haezendonck (ed.), Transport Project Evaluation: Extending the Social Cost Benefit Approach, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham (UK).
  • Haezendonck, E., Coeck, C., (2007). Multi-actor approach in transport project evaluation: towards an integrated approach”, in: E. Haezendonck (ed.), Transport Project Evaluation: Extending the Social Cost Benefit Approach, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham (UK).
  • Haezendonck, E., Jamali, D., Okapie, Y., (forthcoming). Ecological sustainability” in CH. Wankel (ed.), Management through collaboration, Wiley.
  • Haezendonck, E., De Langen, P., (forthcoming). The port as a cluster“ in “The Blackwell Companion to Maritime economics”, W. Talley (ed.).
  • Haezendonck, E., Coeck, C., Verbeke, A., (2000). The competitive position of seaports: introduction of the value added concept, International Journal of Maritime Economics, Special Issue on Ports, vol.2, n.2.
  • Haezendonck, E., Verbeke, A., Pison, G., Rousseeuw, P., Struyf, A., (2000). The competitive advantage of seaports, International Journal of Maritime Economics, Special Issue on Ports, vol.2, n.2.
  • Haezendonck, E., Rousseeuw, P., Pison, G., Struyf, A., Verbeke, A., (2001). The core competences of the Antwerp seaport: an analysis of “port specific” advantages”, International Journal of Transport Economics, vol. XXVIII, n°3, October.
  • Haezendonck, E., (2008). Transport Project evaluation: extending the social cost-benefit approach, Maritime Economics and Logistics, volume 10, p. 322-334.

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