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Since mid-1990s, ENPOS members have presented their research activities in port economics, management and policies in over 200 academic conferences. A selection of the most recent (since 2007) of these conference papers and presentations are available and can be freely downloaded:

2012

  1. Cariou, P. and Chealtou, A. (2012). Cascading effect, network configuration and optimal transhipment volumes, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  2. Chang, Z. and Notteboom, T. (2012). Location analysis of dry ports using Fuzzy c -Means (FCM) clustering: a case study of the port of Dalian. WCTR 2012, Antwerp, Belgium, May. 
  3. Chen, L. and Notteboom, T. (2012). Distribution and value added logistics in the cold chain product market with application to the role of seaports, 5th ALRT Conference, Vancouver, June. icon Download
  4. De Schepper, S. and Dooms, M. (2012). Towards a european performance management system for seaports: an application to socio-economic impacts, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September.
  5. Dooms, M., Van der Lugt, L. and Parola F. (2012. PPRN: Port Authority Strategy: Current state of research collaboration. 10th PPRN meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  6. Fakhr-Eldin, A.M. and Notteboom, T. (2012). How are container lines adjusting their business model to cope with market and revenue volatility?, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  7. Fraser, D. and Notteboom, T. (2012). Gateway a hinterland dynamics: the case of the southern african containers port system, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  8. Fraser, D. and Notteboom, T. (2012). Corridor Strategies: The Integration of Southern African container port hubs and intermediate hubs with port hinterlands, 5th ALRT Conference, Vancouver, June. icon Download
  9. Kaselimi, V. (2012). The effects of opening up the terminal business to outsiders: a game theoretical approach with application to the south african container port system, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  10. Kaselimi, E. and Notteboom, T. (2012). Size distribution of container terminals in seaports: inclusion of the time factor. WCTR 2012, Antwerp, Belgium, May. icon Download
  11. Kaselimi, V., Notteboom, T., Saeed, N., (2012). Should we concession one large container terminal or two smaller ones?: A game theoretical approach with application to Valparaiso port, 5th ALRT Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June. icon Download
  12. Lam, J.S.L. and Notteboom, T. (2012). The green port toolbox: a comparison of port management tools used by leading ports in Asia and Europe, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  13. Li, J. and Notteboom, T. (2012). The development of the inland waterway transport system in Flanders (Belgium): An institutional analysis, 5th ALRT Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June.
  14. Mitroussi, K. and Notteboom, T. (2012). Getting the work done: a comparative study on motivation needs and processes for seafarers and dock workers, 5th ALRT Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June.
  15. Pallis, A.A. (2012). Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in seaports: The case of Nigeria, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  16. Pallis A.A. (2012). Expanding the concept culture of port performance measurement in Europe, 10th PPRN Meeting, Taipei, September. icon Download
  17. Rodrigue, J.-P. and Notteboom, T. (2012). The geography of cruise shipping: itineraries, capacity deployment and ports of call, 5th ALRT Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June.
  18. Rodrigue, J.-P. and Notteboom, T. (2012). Dry ports in European and North American intermodal rail systems: two of a kind? 5th ALRT Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June.
  19. Rodrigue, J.-P. and Notteboom, T. (2012). The geography of cruise itineraries, capacity deployment and ports of call, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  20. van Balen, M., Dooms, M. and Haezedonck, E. (2012). The economic impact of river tourism on ports: the case of Brussels, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. 
  21. van der Lugt, L., Dooms, M. and Parola, F. (2012). The applicability of strategy concepts for hybrid organisations: the case of the port authority, International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, September. icon Download
  22. Verbraeken, D. and Notteboom, T. (2012). An adjuster based benchmarking tool to measure port terminal performance across different general operating environments, 5th ALRT Conference, Vancouver, Canada, June.


2011

  1. Vitsounis T.K. and Pallis A.A. (2011). Relationships between port service providers and users: An empirical study. International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, 2011, Santiago, Chile, October. icon Download
  2. Jacobs, W., De Langen, Peter W. and Notteboom, Theo E. (2011). Institutional Plasticity and Path Dependence in Seaports: Interactions Between Institutions, Port Governance Reform and Port Authority Routines. IAME Conference, 2011, Santiago, Chile, October.icon Download
  3. Kaselimi, E., Notteboom, T.E. (2011), Preferred scale of Container Terminals In Seaports: A statistical analysis on parameters and size Distribution. IAME Conference, 2011, Santiago, Chile, October. icon Download
  4. Kaselimi, E., Notteboom, T.E. (2011). A Game theoretical approach to the inter-relation between terminal scale and port competition. IAME Conference, 2011, Santiago, Chile, October. icon Download
  5. Leal, E., Sanchez, R., Notteboom, T.E., Perez, G., Doerr, O. (2011), The role of knowledge and capabilities in port development: a case study for the west coast of South America, IAME Conference, 2011, Santiago, Chile, October. icon Download
  6. Lekakou M.B., Pallis A.A., Vaggelas, G.K., Vitsounis T.K. (2011). Coastal Shipping and island attractiveness: Perspectives from Europe, IAME Conference, 2011, Santiago, Chile, October. icon Download
  7. Brooks M.R., and Pallis A.A. (2011). Issues in Port Policy: A look back to look forward. 46th Annual Canadian Transportation Research Forum (CTRF) Conference, Gatineau, Canada, June. icon Download
  8. Chen L. & Notteboom T. (2011). Determinants for assigning value-added logistics services to logistics centers within a supply chain configuration. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  9. Feng L. & Notteboom T. (2011). Small and medium sized ports (SMPs) in multi-port gateway regions: the role of Yingkou Port in the logistics system of the Bohai sea. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  10. Kaselimi E.N. & Notteboom T. (2011). "Preferred" scale of containers terminals in seaports: A size distribution analysis. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  11. Lekakou M.B., Pallis A.A. Vaggelas G.K. and Vitsounis T.K. (2011). Users speak: coastal Shipping Services and islanders perceptions. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  12. Li J and Theo Notteboom T. (2011). The evolutionary path of in- land waterway transport in Pearl river Delta china: The role of governance and institutions. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  13. Ng A.K.Y., Padilha F. and Pallis A.A. (2011). Institutions, regional and transport development in developing economies: Lessons from Brazilian dry ports. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  14. Notteboom T. and Rodrigue J-P. (2011). Global container terminal operators: from diversification to rationalization? ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  15. Notteboom T. and Cariou P. (2011). Bunker costs in container liner shipping: Are slow steaming prac- tices reflected in maritime fuel surcharges? ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  16. Pallis A.A. and Bissias I. & Papachristou A.A. (2011). She goes maritime: Women in marine and maritime education in Greece. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  17. Rodrigue J-P. and Notteboom T. (2011). Looking inside the box: evidence from the containerization of commodities and the cold chain. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  18. Verbraeken D. & Notteboom T. (2011) Land productivity of seaport ter- minals: the role of exogenous factors. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  19. Van den Berg R. and de Langen P.W. (2011). Towards' inland terminal to inland terminal' as a new value proposition in container transport? ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  20. Vitsounis T.K. and Pallis A.A. (2011). Measuring port users perceived value. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  21. Vitsounis T.K. and Pallis A.A. (2011). Rethinking port actors European. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June.
  22. Wang S. & Notteboom T. (2011). Fleet distribution in the LnG shipping market: A comparative study with container and dry bulk markets. ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, Greece, June. icon Download
  23. Pallis A.A., (2011). Maritime Governance in 2030: A Ports Perspective. The Ocean, Green Shipping and Sustainable Energy Conference, Paris, France, April 2011. 
  24. Lekakou, M., Stefanidaki, E. and Vaggelas, G.K. (2011). The Economic Impact of Cruise to Local Economies. The Case of an Island. 2011 Athens Tourism Symposium. Athens, Greece, February. 
  25. Brooks, M.R., Schellinck, T. and Pallis, A.A., (2011). Port Effectiveness: User's percpectives in North America. Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, January. 
  26. Pallis, A.A. and Vaggelas, G.K., (2011). 4Ps (PPPs in Ports): A research a agenda. Symposium Public Private Partnerships in Transport: Trade and Theory Research Roadmap. Lisbon, Portugal, January. 



2010

  1. Kaselimi, V., Notteboom, T., De Borger, R., (2010). Game theoretical approach to competition between multi-user terminals: the impact of dedicated terminals. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  2. Ducruet, C., Notteboom, T., Banos, A., Ietri, D., Rozenblat, C., (2010). Structure and dynamics of liner shipping networks. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  3. Kasselimi, V., Notteboom T., Pallis A.A. and Farrell S. (2010). Minimum Efficient Scale (MES) of container terminals: Methodological approaches and relevance for terminal concession procedures. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  4. Notteboom, T., Rodrigue, J.-P. (2010). The corporate geography of global container terminal operators. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  5. Notteboom, T., Verhoeven, P., Fontanet, M., (2010). Current practices in European ports on the awarding of seaport terminals to private operators: towards a code of practice. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download 
  6. Pallis A.A. and Ng K.Y.A. (2010). Maritime Business and Management Studies: Anatomy of Undergraduate Students Profile, Motivations, Expectations. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  7. Psaraftis H.N. and Pallis A.A. (2010). Concession of the Piraeus container terminal: Turbulent times and the quest for competitiveness. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  8. Rodrigue, J-P., Notteboom T. and Pallis A.A. (2010). The Financialization of the Terminal and Port industry: Rediscovering risk. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  9. Vaggelas G.K. and Lagoudis I.N. (2010). Analysing the Supply Chain Strategy of the Cruise Industry: The case of a small Cruise Company. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  10. Vitsounis T.K. and Pallis A.A. (2010). Creating Value for Port Users: Port value chains and the role of interdependencies. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2010 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July. icon Download
  11. Pallis, A.A. (2010). Port and port-related labour: Challenges ahead. ESPO 2010 Conference, Helsinki, Finland, May 2010. icon Download
  12. Notteboom, T. (2010). Dock labour ans port-related employment in the European port system. Key factors to port competitiveness and reform. ESPO 2010 Conference, Helsinki, Finland, May. icon Download
  13. Rodrigue, J-P., Notteboom, T. and Pallis, A.A., (2010). The role of finance in shipping and ports: Revisiting embededdness and risk assessment. International Maritime Conference "The global shipping industry in the 21st century: Dynamics and transformative capacity", Aaland, Denmark, April. icon Download



2009

  1. Goulielmos, A.M., Kaselimi, E. (2009), Nonlinear forecasting of container traffic as a managerial tool: a case study of the port of Piraeus. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June 2009. icon Download
  2. Grosso, M., Lynce A-R., Silla A. and Vaggelas G.K. (2009). Short Sea Shipping, intermodality and parameters influencing pricing policies in the Mediterranean region: The Italian context. Proceedings of the International Conference on Prospects for Research in Transport and Logistics. February, Istanbul. icon Download
  3. Jacobs W. and Notteboom, T. (2009). A Theory on the co-evolution of seaports with application to container terminal develoment in the Rhine-Scheldt Delta. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June.  icon Download
  4. Leal, E., Notteboom, T. and Sanchez, R. (2009). Spatial distribution of port activity: Theoretical and methodological notes for modeling and research. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June.  icon Download
  5. Lekakou, M.B., Pallis, A.A. and Vaggelas, G.K. (2009). Is this a Home-Port? An analysis of the Cruise industry’s selection criteria. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June 2009. icon Download  
  6. Lekakou, M.B., Pallis, A.A. and Vaggelas, G.K. (2009). The potential of Piraeus as a major Mediterranean Cruise Home-port: A selection criteria analysis. Proceedings of the 4th International Scientific Conference, Rhodes, Greece, April. icon Download  
  7. Notteboom, T. (2009). Pressure on cargo growth in the European port system: how is it affecting cargo distribution patterns among ports? Proceedings of the International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, May.
  8. Notteboom, T. (2009). The South-African port system in transition: a generalized cost approach of the shift from multi-porting to a hub port concept. Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Shipping, Port, Logistics Management, Incheon (South-Korea), Inha University, Jungseok Research Institute.
  9. Notteboom, T. (2009). Why do we need dry ports? Some experiences from Europe. Proceedings of the International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, May.
  10. Notteboom, T. (2009). Future prospects of container shipping on the Asia-Europe trade in light of the current economic crisis. Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Shipping, Port, Logistics Management, Incheon (South-Korea), Incheon, Inha University, Jungseok Research Institute, p. 25-31.
  11. Notteboom, T. and Cariou, P. (2009). Fuel surcharge practices of container shipping lines: is it about cost recovery or revenue-making? Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June.  icon Download
  12. Notteboom, T. and Rodrigue, J-P. (2009). Moving inside the box: the containerization of commodities. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June.  icon Download
  13. Notteboom, T. and Rodrigue, J-P. (2009). Economic cycles and the organizational and geographical attributes of global value chains: is the pendulum changing direction? Proceedings of the International Conference "Integrating Maritime Transport in Value Chains", Montréal, Canada. 
  14. Notteboom, T. and Rodrigue, J-P. (2009). Foreland-based regionalization: integrating offshore hubs with port hinterlands. Proceedings of the International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, May. 
  15. Notteboom, T., Theys C., Pallis, A.A. and De Langen, P.W. (2009). The Economics behind the awarding of terminals in seaports: Economic issues in the pre-bidding phase. Proceedings of the International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA), Hong Kong Polytechnic University, May 2009.  icon Download
  16. Notteboom, T. and Verhoeven, P. (2009). The awarding of seaport terminals to private operators: current practices and viewpoints in European ports. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June 2009.  icon Download
  17. Ng, K-Y., A., Koo, A.C. and Pallis, A.A., (2009). Professionalization of maritime industries and postgraduate maritime studies: A students' survey. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Copenhagen, June 2009.  icon Download
  18. Pallis, A.A. and Vitsounis T.K. (2009). Port performance: Measuring port users perspectives. Proceedings of the WCTRS-Special Interest Group 2 International Conference. Antwerp, May. icon Download
  19. Pallis, A.A. and Vitsounis, T.K. (2009). Measuring Port Users Satisfaction: An Exploratory Study, of the vital stakeholders’ interactions. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June 2009.  icon Download
  20. Pallis, A.A. and Vitsounis, T.K. (2009). Key Interactions & Drivers towards Port users Satisfaction.  Proceedings of the International Conference "Integrating Maritime Transport in Value Chains", Montréal, Canada, June, 2009.  icon Download
  21. Pallis, A.A., Vitsounis, T.K., De Langen, P.W. and Notteboom, T. (2009). A content analysis of published research in port economics, policy and management (1997-2008). Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June 2009.  
  22. Theys, C. and Notteboom, T. (2009). The economics behind terminal concession durations in seaports. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June 2009.icon Download
  23. Veenstra, A. and Notteboom, T. (2009). The development of the Yangtze river ports system. Proceedings of the the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June 2009.  icon Download
  24. Wilmsmeier, G. and Notteboom, T. (2009). Determinants of liner shipping network configuration: a two regions comparison. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June. icon Download
  25. Yap W.Y., Notteboom T. (2009). Unraveling dynamics in inter-container port relationships through an examination of liner service patterns. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Copenhagen, June.  icon Download



2008

  1. Cahoon, S. and Notteboom, T. (2008). Port marketing tools in a logistics-restructured market environment: the quest for port loyality. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Dalian, China, March 2008.  icon Download
  2. Kaselimi, E. and van Reeven, P. (2008). The impact of port terminal operating schemes on inter-port competition. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Dalian, China, March 2008. icon Download
  3. Notteboom Theo, Vernimmen, B. (2008). The impact of fuel costs on liner service design in container shipping. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2008 Conference, Dalian, China, March 2008.
  4. Notteboom, T. (2008). The development of port logistics in Antwerp. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Port and Logistics Development, Dalian, Dalian Maritime University, March 2008.
  5. Notteboom, T. (2008). The European port industry: challenges in a fast changing market environment. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Port and Logistics Development, Dalian, Dalian Maritime University, March 2008.
  6. Notteboom, T. (2008). The facilitating role of port authorities in the logistics chain. International Workshop on Ports, Facilitators in the Logistics Chain, Strasbourg, European Sea Ports Organization (ESPO) and the European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP), 2008.
  7. Notteboom, T. and Vernimmen, B. (2008). The impact of fuel costs on liner service design in container shipping. Proceedings of the 2008 Conference on Logistics, Port and Shipping, Taoyuan, Kainan University, 2008, p. 245-269.   icon Download
  8. Pallis, A.A, Notteboom, T., De Langen, P. (2008). Concession agreements, capabilities and market entry. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2008 Conference, Dalian, China, April 2008.  icon Download
  9. Pallis, A.A. and Vaggelas, G.K. (2008). Ports and maritime security: Is there a distinctive European approach? Proceedings of the International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA), Hong Kong, May 2008. icon Download
  10. Pallis, A.A., Vitsounis T.K. and de Langen P.W. (2008). Port Economics, Policy and Management: Bibliometric and content analysis of published research. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2008 Conference, Dalian, China, April 2008.  icon Download
  11. Pallis, A.A. and Vitsounis T.K. (2008). Towards an alternative measurement of port performance: Externally generated information and Users’ satisfaction. Proceedings of International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA), Hong Kong, May 2008.  icon Download
  12. Rodrigue, J.-P. and Notteboom, T. (2008). The terminalization of supply chains. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Dalian, China, March 2008.  icon Download
  13. Theys, C. and Notteboom, T. (2008). European innovations in hinterland transportation. Proceedings of the 16th Global Logistics Innovation Conference, Seoul (South-Korea), November 2008.
  14. Grosso, M., Lynce, A-R., Silla, A., Vaggelas, G.K., (2008). Parameters influencing Short Sea Shipping pricing scheme: Italian operators' point of view. Proceedings of the 8th Swiss Transport Research Conference, 15-17 October, Monte Verita. icon Download
  15. Theys, C., Dullaert, W. and Notteboom, T. (2008). Analyzing cooperative networks in intermodal transportation: a game theoretic approach. NECTAR Logistics and Freight Cluster Meeting, Delft, 2008.
  16. Theys, C., Ryoo, C. and Notteboom, T. (2008). Developing logistics in ports: creating a global framework. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2009 Conference, Dalian, China, March 2008.


2007

  1. Koi Yu A. & Pallis A.A. (2007). Differentiation of Port Strategies in addressing Proximity: The Impact of Political Culture. Proceedings of the Ports in Proximity Congress, Antwerp/Wilemstaad/Rotterdam, December 2007.  [Download]
  2. Ng K-Y.A. and Pallis, A.A., (2007). The role of political culture in reforming port governance: A comparative analysis. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Athens, July 2007.  icon Download
  3. Corres A-J, E. and Pallis, A.A., (2007). Flag State performance: An empirical analysis. Proceedings of the Symposium on Maritime Safety, Security and Environmental Protection, Athens, September 2007.  icon Download
  4. Rodrigue, J-P., Notteboom, T. (2007). The future of containerization: box logistics in light of global supply chains. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME), Athens, July 2007. icon Download
  5. Notteboom, T. (2007). Accommodating mega container vessels: European experiences in the planning, the socio-economic evaluation and the financing of major container terminal projects. Proceedings of the NURI International Port & Logistics Symposium 2007, Busan, NURI, 2007, pp. 2-17.
  6. Notteboom, T. (2007). Concession agreements and port performance in an era of global terminal operators. Proceedings of the BIVEC-GIBET Research Day / Hilferink, P. [edit.], Zelzate, Nautilus, 2007, pp. 339-348.
  7. Notteboom, T. (2007). Development patterns in multi-hub port regions and multi-gateway port regions around the world. Proceedings of the Global Maritime and Intermodal Logistics Conference, Singapore, National University of Singapore, 2007.
  8. Notteboom, T. (2007). The changing face of the terminal operator business: lessons for the regulator. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC): Annual Regulatory Conference, 2007.
  9. Notteboom, T. (2007). The intermodal offer and the development of the intermodal network: maritime container flows. Second European Conference and Exhibition on Inland Terminals, Antwerp, 2007.
  10. Pallis A.A., De Langen P.W. & Vitsounis T.K. (2007). Port Research: Themes and Methods in Port Economics, Management and Policies. Proceedings of the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, Berkley CA, US, June 2007.  icon Download
  11. Notteboom, T. (2007). Port project evaluation and public-private partnerships. Africa/Europe Regional Meeting/ International Association of Ports and Harbors, Sines, IAPH, 2007.
  12. Notteboom, T. and Wu J. (2007). Challenges for container river services on the Yangtze: case study for Chongqing and Wuhan. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME), Athens, July 2007.  icon Download
  13. Vaggelas, G.K. (2007). Greek ports: Structural challenges and forms of adjustment. 3rd Hellenic Observatory PhD Symposium. 14-15 June, London, UK.  icon Download
  14. Pallis, A.A. and Vaggelas, G.K. (2007). Port and maritime security: A critical analysis of contemporary EU policies. International Symposium on Maritime Safety, Security and Environmental Protection. 20-21 September. Athens, Greece. icon Download
  15. Vaggelas, G.K. (2007). Distributing the benefits from services provision in passenger ports: An AHP approach. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2007 Conference, Athens, Greece, July 2007. icon Download
  16. Pallis, A.A, and Verhoeven, P. (2007). Does the EU port policy strategy encompass 'Proximity'? Proceedings of the Ports in Proximity Congress, Antwerp/Wilemstaad/Rotterdam, December 2007.  icon Download
  17. Pallis, A.A., Vaggelas, G.K. and Vitsounis, T.K., (2007). Improving port services competitiveness: Trends, challenges and opportunities. XVII International RESER Conference ‘Service Competitiveness and Cohesion-Balancing dynamics in the knowledge society’. Tampere, Finland. September 2007. icon Download
  18. Brooks, M.R. and Pallis A.A. (2007). Linking port performance and post-devolution port governance models. Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Athens, July 2007. icon Download 

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