We have the pleasure to invite you to participate in our Global Survey on Port Transparency Practices, developed by PortEconomics members Mary R. Brooks, Geraldine Knatz, Thanos Pallis and Gordon Wilmsmeier.
The aim is to define the best port practices (i.e. what needs to be made visible (and to whom), and what is considered to be verifiable in what is reported) from the perspective of port authorities, port users, stakeholders, researchers, and regulators.
We invite you to take 9-11 minutes to complete a fully anonymous survey.
Access the survey at the following link, choose your language (English, Spanish, French) and enter the password: PortEcon2020 (case-sensitive).
Please note that the information will be treated CONFIDENTIALLYÂ and that THE RESULTS WILL BE PUBLIC ONLY IN AGGREGATE FORM.
We appreciate your opinions and the results will be used to inform maritime practitioners and advance scholarly research.
Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments regarding the survey: Thanos Pallis, [email protected].
Mary R. Brooks, Dalhousie University, Canada
Geraldine Knatz, University of Southern California, USA
Thanos Pallis, University of Aegean, Greece
Gordon Wilmsmeier, University de los Andes, Colombia