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Environmental sustainability in seaports: a framework for successful innovation
M Acciaro, T Vanelslander, C Sys, C Ferrari, A Roumboutsos, G Giuliano, ...
Maritime Policy & Management 41 (5), 480-500, 2014
3142014
Is the container liner shipping industry an oligopoly?
C Sys
Transport policy 16 (5), 259-270, 2009
2012009
How port community systems can contribute to port competitiveness: Developing a cost–benefit framework
V Carlan, C Sys, T Vanelslander
Research in transportation business & management 19, 51-64, 2016
1392016
In search of the link between ship size and operations
C Sys, G Blauwens, E Omey, E Van De Voorde, F Witlox
Transportation Planning and Technology 31 (4), 435-463, 2008
1052008
International emission regulation in sea transport: Economic feasibility and impact
C Sys, T Vanelslander, M Adriaenssens, I Van Rillaer
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 45, 139-151, 2016
762016
Digital innovation in the port sector: Barriers and facilitators
V Carlan, C Sys, T Vanelslander, A Roumboutsos
Competition and regulation in network industries 18 (1-2), 71-93, 2017
752017
A combined approach to forecast container throughput demand: Scenarios for the Hamburg-Le Havre range of ports
Y Rashed, H Meersman, C Sys, E Van de Voorde, T Vanelslander
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 117, 127-141, 2018
612018
Is new emission legislation stimulating the implementation of sustainable and energy-efficient maritime technologies?
L Stevens, C Sys, T Vanelslander, E Van Hassel
Research in transportation business & management 17, 14-25, 2015
552015
Are the innovation processes in seaport terminal operations successful?
M Acciaro, C Ferrari, JSL Lam, R Macario, A Roumboutsos, C Sys, A Tei, ...
Maritime Policy & Management 45 (6), 787-802, 2018
542018
Innovation in the maritime sector: aligning strategy with outcomes
M Acciaro, C Sys
Maritime Policy & Management 47 (8), 1045-1063, 2020
512020
Developing a cost calculation model for inland navigation
O Al Enezy, E van Hassel, C Sys, T Vanelslander
Research in Transportation Business & Management 23, 64-74, 2017
492017
Forecasting port-level demand for LNG as a ship fuel: the case of the port of Antwerp
R Aronietis, C Sys, E Van Hassel, T Vanelslander
Journal of Shipping and Trade 1, 1-22, 2016
482016
City logistics by water: Good practices and scope for expansion
J Maes, C Sys, T Vanelslander
Transport of water versus transport over water: Exploring the dynamic …, 2015
372015
The labour market for the port of the future. A case study for the port of Antwerp
A Esser, C Sys, T Vanelslander, A Verhetsel
Case Studies on Transport Policy 8 (2), 349-360, 2020
352020
Developing and demonstrating a maturity model for smart ports
Y Boullauazan, C Sys, T Vanelslander
Maritime Policy & Management 50 (4), 447-465, 2023
332023
How to make urban freight transport by tram successful?
K De Langhe, H Meersman, C Sys, E Van de Voorde, T Vanelslander
Journal of Shipping and Trade 4, 1-23, 2019
332019
Pathways for a sustainable future inland water transport: A case study for the European inland navigation sector
C Sys, E Van de Voorde, T Vanelslander, E van Hassel
Case Studies on Transport Policy 8 (3), 686-699, 2020
312020
Blockchain technology as key contributor to the integration of maritime supply chain?
V Carlan, F Coppens, C Sys, T Vanelslander, G Van Gastel
Maritime supply chains, 229-259, 2020
282020
Imperfect competition in a network industry: The case of the European rail freight market
F Laroche, C Sys, T Vanelslander, E Van de Voorde
Transport Policy 58, 53-61, 2017
272017
A serving innovation typology: mapping port-related innovations
T Vanelslander, C Sys, JSL Lam, C Ferrari, A Roumboutsos, M Acciaro, ...
Transport Reviews 39 (5), 611-629, 2019
262019
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