374 pages | 72 B/W Illus.
This handbook provides a wide-ranging, coherent, and systematic analysis of maritime management, policy, and strategy development. It undertakes a comprehensive examination of the fields of management and policy-making in shipping by bringing together chapters on key topics of seminal scientific and practical importance.
Within 21 original chapters, authoritative experts describe and analyze concepts at the cutting edge of knowledge in shipping. Themes include maritime management and policy, ship finance, port and maritime economics, and maritime logistics. A study examines the determinants of ship management fees. Aspects of corporate governance in the shipping industry are reviewed and there is a critical review of the ship investment literature. Other topics featured include the organization and management of tanker and dry bulk shipping companies, environmental management in shipping with reference to energy-efficient ship operation, a study of the BIMCO Shipping KPI standard, utilizing the Bunker Adjustment Factor as a strategic decision-making instrument, and slow steaming in the maritime industry. All chapters are written to provide implications for further advancement in professional practice and research.
The Routledge Handbook of Maritime Management will be of great interest to relevant students, researchers, academics, and professionals alike. It provides abundant opportunities to guide further research in the areas covered but will also initiate and inspire effective maritime management.
‘This handbook can be used as an excellent reference for undergraduates and postgraduates in maritime studies.’ — Professor Jin Wang, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
1. Principles of Maritime Business Management, Photis M. Panayides 2. Evolution of the EU and International Maritime Shipping: Drivers, Challenges, and Scenarios, Diego Artuso, Yari Borbon-Galvez, Janos Ferencz, Menno Langeveld, Christa Sys, Thierry Vanelslander, and Barry Zondag 3. Organization and management of dry bulk shipping companies, Ioannis Theotokas 4. Organization and Management of Tanker Shipping Companies, D. V. Lyridis and C. Papaleonidas 5. Environmental management in shipping: Theory and practice of energy-efficient ship operation, Roar Adland, Kristoffer Thomassen, and Erland Østensen 6. Sustainability, Maritime Governance, and Business Performance in a Self-Regulated Shipping Industry: A Study on the BIMCO Shipping KPI Standard, Evangelos F. Darousos, Maximo Q. Mejia Jr., and Ilias D. Visvikis 7. An overview to contemporary maritime logistics and supply chain management decision areas, Tobias Buer, Hans-Dietrich Haasis; Aseem Kinra, and Herbert Kotzab 8. Using the Bunker Adjustment Factor as a Strategic Decision Instrument, Christa Sys, Hilde Meersman, Yasmine Rashed, Eddy Van De Voorde, and Thierry Vanelslander 9. Slow Steaming in the maritime industry Pierre Cariou, Claudio Ferrari, Francesco Parola, and Alessio Tei, 10. Determinants of Ship Management Fees, Antonis A. Michis 11. Corporate Governance in the Shipping Industry, Konstantinos D. Melas 12. The ownership structure of US listed shipping companies, Dimitris A. Tsouknidis 13. A Critical Review of the Ship Investment Literature, Panayiotis C. Andreou and Isabella Karasamani 14. Development of Ship Finance Centre: The Case of Singapore, Jasmine Siu Lee Lam and Sun Xi 15. Appraisal of Shipping Investment Projects Using Real Options, Christoforos Andreou, Neophytos Lambertides, and Photis M. Panayides 16. Credit Risk Analysis, Measurement, and Management in the Shipping Industry, Manolis G. Kavussanos and Dimitris A. Tsouknidis 17. The dynamic Baltic Dry Index: an approach to improve the freight market index, Satya Sahoo and Stavros Karamperidis 18. Inter-Organizational relationships of European port management entities, Athanasios A. Pallis and Paraskevi Kladaki 19. Investments and financial instruments in port management, Giovanni Satta, Francesco Parola, and Enrico Musso 20. Private Sector Participation, Port Efficiency, and Economic Development, Jose L. Tongzon 21. The attitudes of port organizations in adapting to climate change impacts, Adolf K.Y. Ng, Yile He, and Yui-yip Lau