Beyond productivity: Understanding container port performance

Port users perceptions of their experience in a given port, do matter and port performance measureme...

Strategic evaluation of the Belgian port sector and accompanying services

PortEconomics co-director Theo Notteboom and Indra Vonck (University of Antwerp) published a study c...

A two-phase model for dry port location with an application to the port of Dalian in China

A two-phase framework on the location of dry ports is presented at the new port study of PortEconomi...

Meet PortEconomics @ESPO Conference 2015

PortEconomics members get together in Athens (21-22 May) to take an active participation at the 12th...

Upstream container ports in northern Europe: alive and kicking

Upstream container ports in northern Europe by Theo Notteboom One could think that the days for up...

  • Beyond productivity: Understanding container port performance

    Thursday, 28 May 2015 00:00
  • Strategic evaluation of the Belgian port sector and accompanying services

    Sunday, 17 May 2015 00:00
  • A two-phase model for dry port location with an application to the port of Dalian in China

    Sunday, 17 May 2015 00:00
  • Meet PortEconomics @ESPO Conference 2015

    Thursday, 14 May 2015 00:00
  • Upstream container ports in northern Europe: alive and kicking

    Monday, 11 May 2015 00:00

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