- November 15, 2017
- Category: Publications
Maritime Economics & Logistics Volume 19 Issue 4 is now available online.
Call for Proposals – Palgrave Studies in Maritime Economics
Palgrave Macmillan welcome submissions to this new interdisciplinary series that seeks to improve our understanding of the role of the maritime sector within the global economy. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
In this issue
The effects of financial incentives on vessel speed reduction: Evidence from the Port of Long Beach Green Flag Incentive Program
An automatic algorithm for generating seaborne transport pattern maps based on AIS
Dynamic route planning in the Baltic Sea Region – A cost-benefit analysis based on AIS data
Are recent tanker freight rates stationary?
Container shipping route design incorporating the costs of shipping, inland/feeder transport, inventory and CO2 emission
Modeling transportation demand in short sea shipping
An empirical analysis of US vessel-related port accidents (2002–2012): Impact of union membership and port efficiency on accident incidence and economic damage
Short-term forecast of container throughout: An ARIMA-intervention model for the port of Antwerp