Maritime Economics & Logistics Volume 19 Issue 2 is now available online.
Special Section: IAME-Norfolk Conference, 2014
Call for Proposals – Palgrave Studies in Maritime Economics
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In this issue
Empirical methods in the study of maritime economics
Athanasios A. Pallis, Francesco Parola & Michele Acciaro
Simulating physical basis risks in the Capesize freight market
Roar Adland & Haiying Jia
Time–frequency analysis of the Baltic Dry Index
Network assignment model of integrating maritime and hinterland container shipping: application to Central America
Ryuichi Shibasaki, Takayuki Iijima, Taiji Kawakami, Takashi Kadono & Tatsuyuki Shishido
Liner shipping networks, port characteristics and the impact on port performance
Dong-Joon Kang & Su-Han Woo
Forecasting container port volume: implications for dredging
Sang-Yoon Lee, Hyunwoo Lim & Hwa-Joong Kim
The importance of export logistics and trade costs in emerging economies
Luisa Martí & Rosa Puertas
Application of gravity models with a fixed component in the international trade flows of coal, iron ore and crude oil
Sahar Babri, Kurt Jørnsten & Michael Viertel
Intermodal freight network incorporating hub-and-spoke and direct calls for the archipelagic Philippines
Anita Odchimar & Shinya Hanaoka
Crane allocation with stability considerations