Maritime Economics & Logistics

(The H4-Index of Maritime Economics & Logistics is 14. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Disruptions and resilience in global container shipping and ports: the COVID-19 pandemic versus the 2008–2009 financial crisis201
Port management and governance in a post-COVID-19 era: quo vadis?70
Global trends in maritime and port economics: the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond53
Developing a smart port architecture and essential elements in the era of Industry 4.027
Managing supply chain uncertainty by building flexibility in container port capacity: a logistics triad perspective and the COVID-19 case26
Potential for, and drivers of, private voluntary initiatives for the decarbonisation of short sea shipping: evidence from a Swedish ferry line20
A perfect storm or an imperfect supply chain? The U.S. supply chain crisis18
A systemic risk framework to improve the resilience of port and supply-chain networks to natural hazards16
Advances in maritime autonomous surface ships (MASS) in merchant shipping15
Forecasting container freight rates for major trade routes: a comparison of artificial neural networks and conventional models15
Cyber security risk assessment in autonomous shipping15
An integrated method for berth allocation and quay crane assignment to allow for reassignment of vessels to other terminals15
Implications of autonomous shipping for maritime education and training: the cadet’s perspective15
Post-COVID-19 scenarios for the governance of maritime transport and ports14
Can maritime big data be applied to shipping industry analysis? Focussing on commodities and vessel sizes of dry bulk carriers14
Strategic alliances in container shipping: A review of the literature and future research agenda14