European Conference on Shipping, Intermodalism & Ports – ECONSHIP 2011
“Maritime Transport: Opportunities and Threats in the post-crises world”
Chios, Greece, 22-24 June 2011; www.econship2011.gr
ECONSHIP 2011 invites researchers with an interest in shipping, transport, and trade to submit papers and participate in the European Conference on Shipping, Intermodalism & Ports – ECONSHIP 2011 stimulating discussions on the theme of “Maritime Transport: Opportunities and Threats in the post-crises world”.
To facilitate intellectual exchange and contribute to the advancement of knowledge the International Scientific Committee of ECONSHIP 2011 is looking forward to receiving:
- Papers covering relevant empirical, theoretical and methodological aspects – Abstracts of (at maximum) 300 words to be submitted by 10 December 2010.
- Panel proposals that might refer to special sessions by invitation only, or to an open call that aims to bring together leading, emerging and new maritime and transport scholars – besides panel chairs, proposals need to contain an abstract of (at maximum) 300 words and be submitted by 10 December 2010.
The Organising Team:
ECONSHIP 2011 is organised by the Department of Shipping, Trade and Transport (STT) – University of the Aegean, a multidisciplinary team that includes internationally active maritime economists, transport researchers and a wide and multidisciplinary research spectrum.
ECONSHIP 2011 will be held on the island of Chios, in Greece. The island offers a unique traditional maritime environment in the heart of the Aegean Sea. This is one among the so-called ‘maritime islands’ due to the origin of one of the largest local pool of ship-owners and seamen, and Greece’s trademark for all too long.
|Abstracts (Papers and Panel proposals) due||10 December 2010|
|Notification of acceptance of Abstracts & Panel Proposals||10 January 2011|
|Deadline for submission of Full Papers||20 February 2011|
|Refereed papers returned to authors for revision||20 April 2011|
|Deadline for submission of Final Papers||20 May 2011|
|Registration due||30 May 2011|
– Special Industry Sessions will provide key insights of the latest developments in the field –
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