European Port Policy

December 20th, 2011
European Port Policy

Year 2011 concludes with a highlight for the port research activities of the PortEconomics team, the contribution of five port studies in the just published Blackwell Companion to Maritime Economics. The volume, edited by Wayne Talley, provides a comprehensive and in-depth coverage of the entire scope of issues relating to shipping and port economics, containing in total 11 chapters concerned with the economics of ports – i.e., the provision of port services and the users of these services, Mary Brooks and Thanos Pallis discuss the...
November 26th, 2011
European Port Policy

Patrick Verhoeven PortEconomics associate member and Secretary General of the European Sea Port Organisation tweets the agenda of the ESPO Passenger Committee in Civitavecchia: city-port relations, passenger rights and border controls. More about the activities of the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) @ www.espo.be
September 18th, 2011
European Port Policy

In a video interview to the Dutch newspaper Nieuwsblad Transport, European Commission Vice-President Siim Kallas responsible for Transport announced his intention to bring forward in 2013 a package of proposals to help ports remain competitive and support the huge potential for growth in the port sector. 
June 14th, 2011
European Port Policy

June 2011: PortEconomics member Thanos Pallis presents its views on the progress of the European Port Policy and the lessons resulting for European integration at the International Meeting of the Hellenic University Association for European Studies (EPEES). The meeting, had the theme "Enlargement or deepening? The EU in the era of the Lisbon Treaty", and was held in Lesvos Greece, 11-12 June 2011. Thanos presentation  "Deepening or Widening? The adjustment challenge for sectoral EU policies: Lessons from the European Port Policy" is...
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