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In recent times, disturbances, such as pandemics, natural disasters, and social unrest have put universities in unstable situations, affecting educational processes. The duration of unstable situations is unpredictable and can be weeks or years. Despite these disruptions, universities have to continue to fulfil their mission to educate young people. This paper discusses the notion of the resilient university with a particular focus on academic continuity. In order to investigate the migration to...
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This study has two primary objectives. The first is to examine the influence of both organizational culture and organizational cultural intelligence on the selection of manning agencies. The second is to study the role of company size in relation to the above. Data were collected via questionnaire surveys conducted with Greek shipping companies that own or manage vessels and were analyzed using exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses and Baron and Kenny mediation testing. The findings revea...
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The maritime transport sector (MTS) has been impacted by the coronavirus 2019 pandemic, with significant disruptions to shipping and maritime activity along established transport routes. This paper examines the impacts of the pandemic on the MTS, at the global and African levels, and discusses what Africa’s priorities for its MTS should be in the post-pandemic era. The short-term impacts of the pandemic are identified as including a drop in the volume of trade transported by maritime shipping; d...
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#1Dong-Wook Song (World Maritime University)H-Index: 28
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#1Teemu Makkonen (University of Eastern Finland)H-Index: 15
#2Tommi Inkinen (UTU: University of Turku)H-Index: 12
The research on innovation in the maritime sector has commonly focused on the implementation of innovation rather than on more complex issues such as the interplay between technological aspects, market conditions, and, particularly, regulatory regimes in shaping the emergence and growth of global systems involved with the development, production, and use of environmental innovation. Therefore, this paper sets out to analyze—by combining insights from sectoral (SSI) and technological (TIS) system...
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#1Nurul Haqimin Mohd Salleh (UMT: Universiti Malaysia Terengganu)H-Index: 4
#2Norliyana Zulkifli (UMT: Universiti Malaysia Terengganu)
Last. Jagan Jeevan (UMT: Universiti Malaysia Terengganu)H-Index: 7
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Revolution in containerization has caused an impressive advancement in container shipping and significant developments have been witnessed in this industry, including infrastructure expansions, modern system design, technological advancement, emergence of multimodalism, and introduction of co-modality, as well as improvement in the mechanism of interoperability. Owing to a significant dynamism in maritime logistics, it is projected that the amplification of vessel capacity will continue and achi...
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#1Cassia Bomer Galvao (A&M: Texas A&M University)H-Index: 5
#2Leo Tadeu Robles (UFMA: Federal University of Maranhão)H-Index: 5
The Brazilian seaport infrastructure has witnessed significant changes in the cargo volumes and trade profile as a consequence of Brazilian economy participation in international trade during the 1990s and more in the 2000s. In the main ports, not only the volume of containerized cargo has presented double-digit growth but also the bulk cargo (dry and liquid) have broken records. The Brazilian port system has been through a legal transformation in the mid-1990s with the Port Reform Law 1993 (Act...
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#1Henning Jessen (World Maritime University)H-Index: 1
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