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Port Management

  • Hercules E. Haralambides

Part of the Palgrave Readers in Economics book series (PRE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Mateus Magala, Adrian Sammons
    Pages 29-56
  3. Martijn R. Van Der Horst, Peter W. de Langen
    Pages 57-83
  4. Alessandro Olivo, Massimo Di Francesco, Paola Zuddas
    Pages 84-108
  5. Peter W. de Langen
    Pages 138-154
  6. Lincoln Flor, Enzo Defilippi
    Pages 180-194
  7. Athanasios A. Pallis, Theo E. Notteboom, Peter W. de Langen
    Pages 195-220
  8. Ro-kyung Park, Prabir De
    Pages 273-292
  9. Carlos Pestana Barros, Manolis Athanassiou
    Pages 293-313
  10. Tai-Cherng Lirn, Helen A. Thanopoulou, Malcolm J. Beynon, Anthony K. C. Beresford
    Pages 314-338
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 360-367

About this book


Port Management brings together a collection of seminal papers from Palgrave’s journal Maritime Economics and Logistics. It is a dynamic volume, containing contributions from leading authors with different disciplinary backgrounds, representing a vast regional diversity. The volume provides authoritative and timely investigations into key topics in port economics, including research on: global supply chains, port networks, choice modelling, port infrastructure, competition, port pricing, efficiency in European seaports, and an analysis of Chinese container ports. It is essential reading for professionals, scholars, and researchers interested in port economics.


Port economics global supply chains port networks choice modelling port infrastructure competition and efficiency clusters competition container logistics shipping Terminals transport

Editors and affiliations

  • Hercules E. Haralambides
    • 1
  1. 1.Erasmus University RotterdamThe Netherlands

About the editors

Hercules Haralambides is Professor of Maritime Economics and Logistics at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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