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Maritime Economics & Logistics
Palgrave Macmillan UK

Maritime Economics & Logistics

Editor: Hercules E. Haralambides

ISSN: 1479-2931 (print version)
ISSN: 1479-294X (electronic version)

Journal no. 41278

Palgrave Macmillan UK

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  • Brings rigorous methodological analysis to the operations of global supply chains.
  • With focus on ocean transportation, ports, marine terminals and maritime logistics.
  • Emphasis on the business and policy ramifications of academic research.
  • Research that answers to ‘real’ questions posed by business and society.

MEL is a peer-reviewed quarterly scientific publication committed to the methodological analysis of global supply chains; that is, ocean transportation, ports, marine terminals and maritime logistics. Papers are expected to be thoroughly researched, scientifically rigorous and at the same time of direct applicability and usefulness to practitioners and policy makers alike.


Often, MEL includes a special section under the heading ‘Policy Perspectives’. Papers here, often solicited ones, emphasise strategic policy implications rather than scientific rigour in a strict sense. Papers in Policy Perspectives are subject to lighter peer review and this results in speedier publication.


As an official journal of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME), MEL is always timely at the forefront of cutting edge academic research on maritime economics and logistics.

Related subjects » Business & Management - Operations Research & Decision Theory

Impact Factor: 1.588 (2017) * 

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    Maritime Economics & Logistics (MEL) is a peer-reviewed quarterly scientific publication committed to the methodological analysis of global supply chains; that is, ocean transportation, ports, marine terminals and maritime logistics. Papers are expected to be thoroughly researched, scientifically rigorous, and at the same time, of direct applicability and usefulness to practitioners and policy makers alike. All contributions are subject to strict peer-review.

    Often, MEL includes a special section under the heading 'Policy Perspectives'. Papers here, often solicited ones, emphasise strategic policy implications rather than scientific rigour in a strict sense. Papers in Policy Perspectives are subject to lighter peer review; this results in speedier publication. Papers submitted to MEL are submitted for both sections at the discretion of the Editors. Authors not wishing to have their papers considered for Policy Perspectives should state this in the Cover Letter.

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