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Michele Acciaro, Assistant Professor of Maritime Logistics


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  • Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)

  • Haralambides, Hercules and Michele Acciaro (2015): The new European port policy proposals: Too much ado about nothing?, Maritime Economics & Logistics, 17 (2): 127-141.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2015): Corporate responsibility and value creation in the port sector, International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 18 (3): 291-311.
  • Acciaro, Michele and Alan C. McKinnon (2015): Carbon emissions from container shipping: An analysis of new empirical evidence, International Journal of Transport Economics, 42 (2): 211-228.
  • Acciaro, Michele and Gordon Wilmsmeier (2015): Energy efficiency in maritime logistics chains, Research in Transportation Business & Management, 17: 1-7.
  • Acciaro, Michele and Gordon Wilmsmeier (2015): Measuring the Economic Impact of Decision Making in Maritime Studies, International Journal of Transport Economics, 42 (2): 147-152.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2014): A real option application to investment in low- sulphur maritime transport, International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics, 6 (2): 189-212.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2014): Real option analysis for environmental compliance: LNG and emission control areas, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and the Environment, 28: 41-50.
  • Acciaro, Michele, Hilda Ghiara and Maria Inés Cusano (2014): Energy management in seaports: A new role for port authorities, Energy Policy, 71: 4-12.
  • Acciaro, Michele, Thierry Vanelslander, Christa Sys, Claudio Ferrari, Athena Roumboutsos, Genevieve Giuliano, Lam, Jasmine Siu Lee and Seraphim Kapros (2014): Environmental sustainability in seaports: a framework for successful innovation, Maritime Policy & Management, 41 (5): 480-500.
  • Becker, Austin H., Vladimir Stenek, Dong-Wook Song, Michael Savonis, Stefan Rahmstorf, Adolf K.Y Ng, Susumu Naruse, Steve Messner, Andrew Mather, Miguel Esteban, Philippe Crist, Laurent Cretegny, Edgard Cabrera, Regina Asariotis, Michele Acciaro and Adonis F. Velegrakis (2013): A note on climate change adaptation for seaports: a challenge for global ports, a challenge for global society, Climatic Change, 120 (4): 683-695.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2013): A Critical Review of Port Pricing Literature: What Role for Academic Research?, The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 29 (2): 207-228.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2011): Pricing in sustainable global container transport, International Journal of Decision Sciences, Risk and Management, 3 (3): 293-310.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2011): Service differentiation in liner shipping: advance booking and express services, International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics, 3 (4, SI): 365-383.
  • Sciomachen, Anna, Michele Acciaro and Miaojia Liu (2009): Operations research methods in maritime transport and freight logistics, Maritime Economics & Logistics, 11 (1): 1-6.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2008): The Role of Ports in the Development of Mediterranean Islands, International Journal of Transport Economics, 35 (3): 295-324.
  • Journal Articles (Professional)

  • Acciaro, Michele (2015): What will the maritime fuel of the future be?, Baltic Transport Journal, 2(64): 24-26.
  • Books

  • Acciaro, Michele (2010): Bundling Strategies in Global Supply Chains, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
  • Conference Proceedings

  • Acciaro, Michele (2013): Corporate Responsibility in the Port Sector: The Institutional Theory Perspective, in: Fu, Xiaowen, Chung-Lun Li, Meifeng Luo and Tsz Leung Yip (ed.): IFSPA2013: Trade, Supply Chain Activities and Transport: Contemporary Logistics and Maritime Issues, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University: Hong Kong, 522-535.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2013): Maritime Supply Chain Security: A Critical Review, in: Fu, Xiaowen, Chung-Lun Li, Meifeng Luo and Tsz Leung Yip (ed.): IFSPA2013: Trade, Supply Chain Activities and Transport: Contemporary Logistics and Maritime Issues, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University: Hong Kong, 636-651.
  • Acciaro, Michele, Peter N. Hoffmann and Magnus S. Eide (2012): The Energy Efficiency Gap in Maritime Transport, in: Francesc X. Martínez de Osés, Francesc X. and Marcella Castells i Sanabra (ed.): Maritime Transport V, UPC: Barcelona, 960-981.
  • Acciaro, Michele and Miaojia Liu (2009): Performance Measurement and Cost Control in Liner Shipping: The Supply Chain Perspective, in: Dauer, Ricard Rodriguez-Matos, Ricard Mari Sagarra and Francesc X. Martinez (ed.): Maritime Transport IV, UPC: Barcelona, 187-204.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2006): The Future Role of Mediterranean Ports in European Logistics Supply Chains, in: Puig, Juan Olivella, Roger Marcet i Barbé and Victor García Carcellé (ed.): Maritime Transport III, UPC and Museu Marítim: Barcelona, 1169-1181.
  • Book Chapters

  • Acciaro, Michele (2015): Climate Change Adaptation in the Panama Canal, in: Ng, Koi Yu Adolf, Austin Becker, Stephen Cahoon, Shu-Ling Chen, Paul Earl and Zaili Yang (ed.): Climate change and adaptation planning for ports, Routledge: London, 172-193.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2015): Climate Change Adaptation in the Panama Canal, in: Ng, Koi Yu Adolf, Austin Becker, Stephen Cahoon, Shu-Ling Chen, Paul Earl and Zaili Yang (ed.): Climate change and adaptation planning for ports, Routledge: London, 172-193.
  • Acciaro, Michele (2015): The logistic integration of ports and rail networks: The experience in Northern Europe, in: SRM (ed.): Italian Maritime Economy. Terminals, logistics and its players: challenges from a pivotal Mediterranean position, Annual Report 2015, Giannini: Naples, 129-150.
  • Haralambides, Hercules E. and Michele Acciaro (2013): The New European port policy: old issues, new solutions?, in: Kuipers, Bart (ed.): Smart Port Perspectives: Essays in honour of Hans Smits, Erasmus Smart Port Rotterdam: Rotterdam, 49-62.
  • Acciaro, Michele and Hercules E. Haralambides (2010): Bundling transport and logistics services in global supply chains, in: Cullinane, Kevin (ed.): International handbook of maritime business, Elgar: Cheltenham, 123-149.