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Incentives in Cruise Terminal Concession Contracts

Incentives in Cruise Terminal Concession Contracts

Concession contracts are widely used to structure the relationship between public managing bodies of ports who own the land and terminal operators who...

Energy Consumption in LAC Container Terminals

Energy Consumption in LAC Container Terminals

PortEconomics associate member Gordon Wilmsmeier, along with Ann-Kathrin Zotz (UNECLAC, Chile), Jens Froese (Jacobs University, Bremen,...

Clique survival in the port industry network: A longitudinal perspective

Clique survival in the port industry network: A longitudinal perspective

Porteconomics associate member Francesco Parola, along with Giovanni Satta (Department of Economics and Management, University of Genoa) and...

PortEconomics members shape IAME2014

PortEconomics members shape IAME2014

The annual conference of the International Association of PortΕconomics - IAME 2014, that was held 15-18 July in Norfolk, Virginia provided to the Por...

Mediterranean Cruise Ports: Changing times, key issues, game changers

Mediterranean Cruise Ports: Changing times, key issues, game changers

The latest trends in cruise ports in the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas were the theme of a study presented at the scientific conference "R...

  • Incentives in Cruise Terminal Concession Contracts

    Wednesday, 30 July 2014 07:51
  • Energy Consumption in LAC Container Terminals

    Monday, 28 July 2014 06:36
  • Clique survival in the port industry network: A longitudinal perspective

    Tuesday, 22 July 2014 08:40
  • PortEconomics members shape IAME2014

    Monday, 21 July 2014 06:56
  • Mediterranean Cruise Ports: Changing times, key issues, game changers

    Friday, 27 June 2014 17:21

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