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Alessio Tei, Section Editor

 

Alessio Tei, Phd on Logistics, Transport, and Territory at the Italian Centre of Excellence for Integrated Logistics (CIELI), Genoa. Currently he’s working at the Newcastle University as Lecturer in Maritime Economics. Previously he worked at the Department of Economics of the University of Genoa as post-doc research fellow and at the Naval Academy of Leghorn as Adjunct Professor in Maritime Transport. During his PhD he was a visiting researcher at the Department of Transport and Regional Economics of University of Antwerp. His scientific research is mainly focused on maritime economics, transport economics and on the effects of transport on environment. During the PhD he was enrolled in some consultancy works on transport efficiency and on transport planning. He is author of several contributions published in academic journals and books, and he is member of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) and of the World Conference on Transport Research Society (WCTRs). He’s been involved as a member of the local organizing committee of the IAME 2013 Conference. He’s currently Section Editor of the official IAME Magazine “The Maritime Economist” and member of the scientific secretariat of the International Journal of Transport Economics.”

 

 

 

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Emrah Bulut, Section Associate Editor

 

Dr Emrah Bulut is an Associate Professor at Department of Business Administration of Yýldýz Technical University and received his PhD. from Kobe University, Japan. His research interests are in Shipping Business Management and Economics, and he also study on the field of Behavioral Decision Making. He contributes several studies related to the market entry-exit time on shipping, shipping investment strategy decision and ship valuation. He proposes and improves some methods for the decision support systems, group decision making under uncertainty, and fuzzy time series forecasting. He has published several journal and conference papers. He has memberships of the American Finance Association (AFA), International Association of Maritime Economics (IAME) and Korean Association of Shipping and Logistics (KASL). He also reviews papers for, Transport Policy (JTRP), Asian Journal of Shipping & Logistics (AJSL), European Journal of Operational Research (EJOR), and Fuzzy sets and systems (FSS), Transport Research Part D.

 

 

 

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Vicky Kaselimi, Section Associate Editor

 

Dr Evangelia (Vicky) Kaselimi is a port economist at the Hellenic Ministry of Shipping and Aegean. For almost a decade, she has been working in the General Secretariat of Ports, Port Policy & Maritime Investments responsible for the supervision and the coordination of Greek Port Authorities on economic, organizational and administrative issues. She obtained her Ph.D. in 2013 from the applied economics department, Antwerp University.  The project was funded via scholarship from the Hellenic State Scholarships Foundation (IKY). Since June 2014, Vicky has become a supervisor at the unit of internal audit, an independent consulting activity directly referred to the Minister of Shipping and Aegean. Her scientific interests concentrate on port economics and policy. Part of her research has been published in international scientific journals and has been presented in numerous international scientific conferences. She is a founding member of PortEconomics.eu.

 

 

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