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  1. Free ports are a form of territorial exceptionalism that has existed for centuries and become an important paradigm of globalization. In the contemporary setting, they act as transportation, logistics and trad...

    Authors: Alexandre Lavissière and Jean-Paul Rodrigue

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2017 2:7

    Content type: Original Article

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  2. The paper presents a new model for trade flows in Europe that is integrated with a logistics model for transport chain choice through Logsum variables. Logsums measures accessibility across an entire multi-mod...

    Authors: Gerard de Jong, Reto Tanner, Jeppe Rich, Mikkel Thorhauge, Otto Anker Nielsen and John Bates

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2017 2:5

    Content type: Original article

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  3. This research paper is to announce a new policy to all systems which are sensitive to time. In tramp cargo transportation, as an example, the current policy is to select for each ship the cargo mix which contr...

    Authors: Said El Noshokaty

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2017 2:3

    Content type: Original article

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Journal of Shipping and Trade 2017 2:4

  4. Transport connectivity is a crucial determinant of bilateral exports. This paper presents an empirical assessment of the relationship between bilateral maritime liner shipping connectivity and exports in conta...

    Authors: Marco Fugazza and Jan Hoffmann

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2017 2:1

    Content type: Original article

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  5. The particular location of port infrastructure holds characteristics that determine the activity of the port, both with respect to traffic and with respect to implementing competitive strategies; and the effic...

    Authors: Fernando González Laxe, Ricardo J. Sánchez and Lorena Garcia-Alonso

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:14

    Content type: Review

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  6. The Kra Canal issue has widely been discussed by maritime players, such as policy makers, regulators, and shipping and port operators. It seems that the idea of developing the Kra Canal is most welcome due to ...

    Authors: Noorul Shaiful Fitri Abdul Rahman, Nurul Haqimin Mohd Salleh, Ahmad Fayas Ahmad Najib and Venus Y. H. Lun

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:13

    Content type: Original article

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  7. To explore the concept of connectivity and trade relativity (CTR), this paper presents a research model to illustrate: (1) the impact of shipping connectivity on two types of trade flows, and (2) the mediating...

    Authors: Y. H. Venus Lun and Jan Hoffmann

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:11

    Content type: Original article

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  8. Over 90 % of the world trade volumes is being carried by sea nowadays. This figure shows the massive importance of the maritime trade routes for the world economy. However, the evolution of their structure ove...

    Authors: Zuzanna Kosowska-Stamirowska, César Ducruet and Nishant Rai

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:10

    Content type: ORIGINAL ARTICLE

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  9. The management of dredged sediments is a major challenge for many ports and harbours who need to maintain navigable access. Sediment volumes produced may be significant and expensive to manage. This paper pres...

    Authors: Joseph Harrington, J. Murphy, M. Coleman, D. Jordan and G. Szacsuri

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:7

    Content type: Original article

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  10. In recent years, there has been significant interest in the development of connectivity indicators for ports. For short sea shipping, especially in Europe, Roll-on Roll-off (RoRo) shipping is almost equally im...

    Authors: Peter W. de Langen, Maximiliano Udenio, Jan C. Fransoo and Reima Helminen

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:6

    Content type: ORIGINAL ARTICLE

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  11. In this research we evaluate the environmental economic impact of shipping from the perspective of CO2 emissions by implementing Marine Emission Trading Scheme (METS), as defined. This trading scheme is based on ...

    Authors: Elyakim Ben-Hakoun, Mordechai Shechter and Yehuda Hayuth

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:5

    Content type: Original article

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  12. From a European, regional and local perspective, as well as from the point of view of port authorities, it is important that waterborne transport should be sustainable. In this context, liquefied natural gas (...

    Authors: Raimonds Aronietis, Christa Sys, Edwin van Hassel and Thierry Vanelslander

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:2

    Content type: Original article

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  13. Transport complex economies (TCEs), which comprise both upstream and downstream firms in the transport chain that conduct shipping and trade-related activities, can be desirable locations for port users (e.g.,...

    Authors: Y. H. Venus Lun, John Carlton and Khaild Bichou

    Citation: Journal of Shipping and Trade 2016 1:1

    Content type: Original article

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