The levels of port integrity around the globe and the development of a Global Port Integrity Platform has been the theme of an initiative that is currently developed by the Maritime Anti- Corruption Network (MACN), with the contribution of PortEconomics members Thanos Pallis, Gordon Wilmsmeier, Evie Kladaki and Luisa Fernanda Spaggiari Castro.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global business network working on several initiatives serving the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large.
In this work in progress, the MACN team by Martin Benderson and Flora Caia, with PortEconomics Members Thanos Pallis, Gordon Wilmsmeier, Evie Kladaki and Luisa Spaggiari Castro explore the Dimensions of Port Integrity on a global level.
A summary of the aims and scope of this initiative, as well as some relevant preliminary findings on data collection from a global port sample, was presented at the Port Performance Research Network’s (PPRN) annual meeting, held in Rotterdam in late November 2021.
The study might be downloaded via PortEconomics: The Global Port Integrity Platform