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Dynamic Shipping and Port Development in the Globalized Economy

Volume 2: Emerging Trends in Ports

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This two volume book presents an in-depth analysis of many of the most important issues facing today's shipping and port sectors. Volume 2 of Dynamic Shipping and Port Development in the Globalized Economy focuses on the emerging trends in ports.

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Editors and Affiliations

  • Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics, College of Business, Victoria University, Australia

    Paul Tae-Woo Lee

  • Department of Business Administration, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

    Kevin Cullinane

About the editors

Paul Tae-Woo Lee is Professor of International Logistics and Maritime Transportation and Associate Director Research at the Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics, College of Business, Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia. He obtained his PhD degree from Cardiff University, UK and is a well-recognized scholar in the field of maritime economics, featuring widely in international publications, organizations and conferences. He has also been an adviser to several governments and maritime industries over the world.

Kevin Cullinane is Professor of International Logistics & Transport Economics at Gothenburg University and Visiting Professor at the VTI (Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute), Sweden. He is an Honorary Professor of the University of Hong Kong and has been logistics adviser to the World Bank. He has also been a transport adviser to the governments of Hong Kong, Egypt, Chile, Korea, the UK and Ireland.

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