Maritime Economics & Logistics, Volume 19 Issue 1, March 2017

Maritime Economics & Logistics Volume 19 Issue 1 is now available online.

In this issue

Globalization, public sector reform, and the role of ports in international supply chains
Hercules Haralambides
Original Article
Economic implications for Adriatic seaport regions of further opening of the Northern Sea Route
Kenneth Button, Tomaž Kramberger, Tea Vizinger & Marko Intihar
Original Article
Environmental efficiency of transportation sectors in China and Korea
Young-Tae Chang & Nan Zhang
Original Article
Toxic air pollution and container port efficiency in the USA
Qing Liu & Siew Hoon Lim
Original Article
Forecasting container shipping freight rates for the Far East – Northern Europe trade lane
Ziaul Haque Munim & Hans-Joachim Schramm
Original Paper
Creating and assessing composite indicators: Dynamic applications for the port industry and seaborne trade
Jason Angelopoulos
Original Article
Global LNG trade: A comprehensive up to date analysis
Hamed Nikhalat-Jahromi, Panagiotis Angeloudis, Michael G H Bell & Robert A Cochrane
Original Article
Liabilities and responsibilities: ocean transportation intermediaries (OTIs) and the distribution of counterfeit goods
Jay P. Kennedy & Jeremy M. Wilson