Theo Notteboom
Theo Notteboom
Professor in port and maritime economics
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Port regionalization: towards a new phase in port development
TE Notteboom*, JP Rodrigue
Maritime Policy & Management 32 (3), 297-313, 2005
14252005
Structural changes in logistics: how will port authorities face the challenge?
TE Notteboom, W Winkelmans
Maritime Policy & Management 28 (1), 71-89, 2001
7172001
The time factor in liner shipping services
TE Notteboom
Maritime Economics & Logistics 8 (1), 19-39, 2006
5362006
The effect of high fuel costs on liner service configuration in container shipping
TE Notteboom, B Vernimmen
Journal of Transport Geography 17 (5), 325-337, 2009
4752009
Container shipping and ports: an overview
TE Notteboom
Review of network economics 3 (2), 2004
4742004
The terminalization of supply chains: reassessing the role of terminals in port/hinterland logistical relationships
JP Rodrigue, T Notteboom
Maritime Policy & Management 36 (2), 165-183, 2009
4092009
Concentration and load centre development in the European container port system
TE Notteboom
Journal of transport geography 5 (2), 99-115, 1997
3871997
The worldwide maritime network of container shipping: spatial structure and regional dynamics
C Ducruet, T Notteboom
Global networks 12 (3), 395-423, 2012
3422012
Concentration and the formation of multi-port gateway regions in the European container port system: an update
TE Notteboom
Journal of transport geography 18 (4), 567-583, 2010
3352010
Containerisation, box logistics and global supply chains: The integration of ports and liner shipping networks
T Notteboom, JP Rodrigue
Maritime economics & logistics 10 (1), 152-174, 2008
3182008
Measuring and explaining the relative efficiency of container terminals by means of Bayesian stochastic frontier models
T Notteboom, C Coeck, J Van Den Broeck
International journal of maritime economics 2 (2), 83-106, 2000
3042000
The geography of cruises: Itineraries, not destinations
JP Rodrigue, T Notteboom
Applied Geography 38, 31-42, 2013
285*2013
Consolidation and contestability in the European container handling industry
TE Notteboom
Maritime Policy & Management 29 (3), 257-269, 2002
2562002
Foreland-based regionalization: Integrating intermediate hubs with port hinterlands
JP Rodrigue, T Notteboom
Research in Transportation Economics 27 (1), 19-29, 2010
2512010
Port and terminal selection by deep-sea container operators
BW Wiegmans, AVD Hoest, TE Notteboom
Maritime Policy & Management 35 (6), 517-534, 2008
2282008
Re-assessing port-hinterland relationships in the context of global commodity chains
T Notteboom, JP Rodrigue
Ports, cities, and global supply chains, 67-82, 2017
223*2017
The greening of ports: a comparison of port management tools used by leading ports in Asia and Europe
JSL Lam, T Notteboom
Transport Reviews 34 (2), 169-189, 2014
2212014
The relationship between seaports and the intermodal hinterland in light of global supply chains: European challenges
T Notteboom
OECD, 2009
2202009
Ports, Cities, and Global Supply Chains. Transport and Mobility Series
J Wang, D Oliver, T Notteboom, B Slack
Hampshire, England: Ashgate, 2007
199*2007
Institutional plasticity and path dependence in seaports: interactions between institutions, port governance reforms and port authority routines
T Notteboom, P De Langen, W Jacobs
Journal of transport geography 27, 26-35, 2013
1712013
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