- 20 November 2013With ports being a key component of modern tranpor...
- 06 December 2013PortEconomics co-director Peter de Langen gave a k...
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- 07 November 2013"A note on climate change adaptation for seaports:...
- 05 December 2013Celebration time !!! PortEconomics reaches 1.000 ...
PortEconomics is a web-based initiative aiming to advance knowledge exchange on seaport studies. Established by maritime economists affiliated to academic institutions in Belgium, Greece and the Netherlands. It provides freely accessible research, education, information, and network-building material on critical issues of port economics, management and policies. The main objectives of PortEconomics are: (a) to develop and promote resources for increased quality port studies; (b) to disseminate the activities and cutting-edge port research and analysis conducted by the group members and associates; and (c) to foster a knowledge exchange network of scholars, policy-makers, practitioners and students interested in port studies.
PTI60-Considering the perspectives of Port Users (Brooks & Pallis)
2013-Med Ports and Mega container ships (de Langen)
2013-Terminal operations, Hinterland Access, Logistics chains (J-P Rodrigue) (PTI 59)
PTI60-LNG as a ship fuel (Notteboom & Wang)
2013-Advances in Port Studies (Notteboom-Pallis-de Langen-Papachristou)
Economic outlook for ports 2013
by Theo Notteboom @ ESPO 2013