prof.dr. (Hercules) I. Haralambides

prof.dr. (Hercules) I. Haralambides

Professor of Maritime Economics and Logistics

Full Professor Erasmus School of Economics Econometrics
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
H10-19
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Email
haralambides@ese.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

M.M. Golias, G.K.D. Saharidis, S. Ivey, H.E. Haralambides & K. Ji (2017). Advances in Truck Scheduling at a Cross Dock Facility. International Journal of Production Economics. doi: 10.4018/ijisscm.2013070102

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Hercules Haralambides is Professor of Maritime Economics at the Erasmus School of Economics. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of the quarterly Maritime Economics and Logistics, published by Palgrave Macmillan. Prior to joining EUR, Hercules has been teaching at the University of Piraeus, Greece; Cardiff University, UK; and World Maritime University, Sweden. He is the founder of the Special Interest Group on Maritime Transport and Ports of the World Conference of Transport Research (WCTR), as well as one of the three founders (1990) of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME). He researches on shipping, port policy, and maritime logistics and his work has laid the ground for European maritime policies. In 2008, Hercules was decorated with the Golden Cross of the Order of the Phoenix by the President of the Hellenic Republic.

      • M.M. Golias, G.K.D. Saharidis, S. Ivey, H.E. Haralambides & K. Ji (2017). Advances in Truck Scheduling at a Cross Dock Facility. International Journal of Production Economics. doi: 10.4018/ijisscm.2013070102
      • H.E. Haralambides & G. Gujar (2012). On Balancing Supply Chain Efficiency and Environmental Impacts: an eco-DEA Model Applied to the Dry Ports Sector of India. Maritime Economics and Logistics, 14 (1), 122-137. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/mel.2011.19[go to publisher's site]
      • H.E. Haralambides & G. Gujar (2011). The Indian Dry Ports Sector: Pricing Policies and Opportunities for Public-Private Partnerships. Research in Transportation Economics, 33 (1), 51-58. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.retrec.2011.08.006[go to publisher's site]
      • H.E. Haralambides, S. Veldman, E. van Drunen & M. Liu (2011). Determinants of a regional port-centric logistics hub: the case of East Africa. Maritime Economics and Logistics, 13 (1), 78-97. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/mel.2010.17[go to publisher's site]
      • M.M. Golias & H.E. Haralambides (2011). Berth Scheduling with Variable Cost Functions. Maritime Economics and Logistics, 13 (2), 174-189. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/mel.2011.4
      • H.E. Haralambides, M. Hussain, C.P. Barros & N. Peypoch (2010). A New Approach in Benchmarking Seaport Efficiency and Technological Change. International Journal of Transport Economics, XXXVIII (1), 77-96.
      • C.P. Barros, R.C. Marques & H.E. Haralambides (2009). Editorial: Comparative Benchmarking Analysis of Seaports at International Level. International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics, 1 (3), 213-215.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2008). Editorial: 10 Years of MEL Publishing. Maritime Economics and Logistics, 10 (1/2), 1-3. doi: 10.1057/palgrave.mel.9100199
      • R. Aversa, R.C. Botter, H.E. Haralambides & H.T.Y. Yoshizaki (2005). A Mixed Integer Programming Model on the Location of a Hub Port in the East Coast of South America. Maritime Economics and Logistics, 7 (1), 1-18. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.mel.9100121
      • H.E. Haralambides & M.P. Londono-Kent (2004). Supply Chain Bottlenecks: Border Crossing Inefficiencies between Mexico and the United States. International Journal of Transport Economics, 31 (2), 183-195.
      • S. Tsolakis, H.E. Haralambides & C. Cridland (2003). Econometric Modelling of Secondhand Ship Prices. Maritime Economics and Logistics, 5 (4), 347-377. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.mel.9100086
      • J. Yang & H.E. Haralambides (2002). Government intervention and policy competition: EU experiences and attempts of China to resist flagging out. Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Materials Science Edition, 26 (1), 141-146.
      • H.E. Haralambides & J. Yang (2002). A fuzzy set theory approach to flagging out: towards a new Chinese shipping policy. Marine Policy, 27 (1), 13-22. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0308-597X(02)00056-8
      • H.E. Haralambides, P. Cariou & M. Benacchio (2002). Costs, benefits and pricing of dedicated container terminals. International Journal of Maritime Economics, 4 (1), 21-34.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2002). Competition, excess capacity, and the pricing of port infrastructure. International Journal of Maritime Economics, 4, 323-347.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2002). Quality shipping: toward realizing the idea. KAIUN (Shipping), 896 (5), 8-13.
      • H.E. Haralambides, A. Verbeke, E. Musso & M. Benacchio (2001). Port financing and pricing in the European Union, theory, politics and reality. International Journal of Maritime Economics, 3 (4), 368-386.
      • A.W. Veenstra & H.E. Haralambides (2001). Multivariate autoregressive models for forecasting seaborne trade flows. Transportation Research. Part E, The Logistics and Transportation Review, 37 (4), 311-319. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1366-5545(00)00020-X
      • H.E. Haralambides & R. Behrens (2000). Port restructuring in a global economy: an Indian perspective. International Journal of Transport Economics, XXVII (1), 19-39.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1996). Current challenges in European shipping policy. Bimco Bulletin, 91 (1), 6-11.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1996). The economics of bulk shipping pools. Maritime Policy and Management, 23 (3), 221-237.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1991). An Econometric Analysis of the Sea-Going Labour Market. Transportation Research. Part E, The Logistics and Transportation Review, 27 (1).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1991). Monte Carlo Simulation in Risk Analysis. Financial Management - FM, 20 (2).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1990). Shipping Transactions in the Balance of Payments Statistics: A Tabular Approach. Marine Policy, 1 (2).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1987). Review of the literature and current research in shipping economics and management. Greek and International Shipping Review, 1 (2).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1986). Estimation of Laid-Up Tonnage in Competitive Shipping Markets. Transportation Research. Part E, The Logistics and Transportation Review, 22 (2).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1986). Investment in Shipping and The Balance of Payments Short-Run Equilibrium Freight Rate. International Journal of Transport Economics, XIII (3).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1999). The Prescott package of measures for British shipping: much ado about nothing? Efoplistis, 71 (March), 1-5.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998). Trends and priorities of European seaport policy. Efoplistis, 71 (March), 78-79.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998). Future trends in international transport and their impact on the Mediterranean region. Shipping International Monthly Review, 177 (332).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1994). A New Future for European Shipping? Tijdschrift voor Vervoerswetenschap, 1994/4.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1996). Social and labour problems caused by structural adjustments in the port industry (Sectoral Activities Programme, TMPI/96). Geneva: International Labour Organisation
      • H.E. Haralambides (1995). Social and labour consequences caused by structural adjustment programmes in the port industry in the Asian and Pacific Region (RAS, 93/033). Geneva: International Labour Organisation
      • H.E. Haralambides (1995). Social and labour effects of structural adjustment in the port industry of selected Asian and Pacific countries. Thailand: International Labour Office
      • H.E. Haralambides (1995). Social and labour effects of structural adjustment programmes in the world port industry. Geneva: International Labour Organisation
      • H.E. Haralambides, A.W. Veenstra & T.M. Verduijn (1994). Manual of Maritime Statistics. Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
      • H.E. Haralambides (1994). Structure and operations of bulk shipping pools. Monograph, commissioned by the Foundation Willem van der Vorm Maritime Economics. Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam
      • H.E. Haralambides (1986). Shipping and Economic Development. Athens: Centre for Planning and Economic Research
      • B. Demirel, K. Cullinane & H.E. Haralambides (2011). The Impact of Private Sector Participation on Container Terminal Efficiency in Turkey and the Eastern Mediterranean. In W. Talley (Ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Maritime Economics. Blackwell
      • C.P. Barros, H.E. Haralambides, M. Hussain & N. Peypoch (2011). Seaport efficiency and productivity growth. In K. Cullinane (Ed.), International Handbook of Maritime Economics (pp. 363-382). London: Edward Elgar
      • H.E. Haralambides & M. Acciaro (2010). Bundling transport and logistics services in global supply chains. In K. Cullinane (Ed.), International Handbook of Maritime Business (pp. 123-149). Cheltenham: UK: Edward Elgar
      • H.E. Haralambides (2007). Structure and operations in the liner shipping industry. In K.J. Button & D.A. Hensher (Eds.), Handbook of transport modelling (pp. 761-775). Amsterdam: Elsevier
      • H.E. Haralambides (2006). Fuzzy flags and fuzzy choices. In Essays in honour of professor Antonios C. Panayotopoulos (pp. 459-480). Piraeus: University of Piraeus
      • H.E. Haralambides, S. Tsolakis & C. Cridland (2005). Econometric Modelling of Newbuilding and Secondhand Ship Prices. In K. Cullinane (Ed.), Shipping Economics (pp. 65-105). Oxford: Elsevier
      • H.E. Haralambides & J. Yang (2005). A Fuzzy Set Theory Approach to Flagging Out: Towards a New Chinese Shipping Policy. In T-W. Lee & K. Cullinane (Eds.), World Shipping and Port Development (pp. 76-93). Basingstoke (UK): Palgrave Macmillan
      • H.E. Haralambides, A. Verbeke, E. Musso & M. Benacchio (2005). Port Financing and Pricing in the EU: Theory , Politics and Reality. In T-W. Lee & K. Cullinane (Eds.), World Shipping and Port Development (pp. 199-216). Basingstoke (UK): Palgrave Macmillan
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (2002). Port pricing. In C.Th. Grammenos (Ed.), The Handbook of Maritime Economics and Business (pp. 782-802). London: Lloyds of London Press
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (2000). Modeling performance in liner shipping. In D.A. Hensher & K.J. Button (Eds.), Handbook of transport modelling (Volume 1) (pp. 643-656). New York: Pergamon Elsevier Science
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998). Introduction: a synthesis. In H.E. Haralambides (Ed.), Quality Shipping - Market Mechanisms for Safer Shipping and Cleaner Oceans (pp. 17-38). Rotterdam: Erasmus Publishing
      • H.E. Haralambides (1997). The shipping policy of the European Union. In A.M. Goulielmos (Ed.), Essays in honour of late professor Basil N. Metaxas (pp. 433-460). Athens: Eptalofos Publishing
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1997). Current trends in containership size development. In De Sterkten en Zwakten van de Vlaamse Havens en van het Vlaamse Havenbeleid. Belgium: Ministerie van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Sociaal Economische Raad van Vlanderen
      • H.E. Haralambides, S. Ma & A.W. Veenstra (1997). World-wide experiences of port reform. In H. Meersman & E. van de Voorde (Eds.), Transforming the Port and Transportation Business (pp. 107-144). Leuven: Acco Publishing
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1996). Ports as trade facilitators in the export-led growth strategies of developing countries. In M. Valleri (Ed.), L' Industria Portuale: per uno Sviluppo Sostenibile dei Porti (pp. 1-39). Bari, Italy: Cacucci Editore
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1995). Ports as trade facilitators in the export-led growth strategies of developing countries. In L. di Comite (Ed.), Proceedings of the Conference 'Cooperazione, Crescita Demografica e Sviluppo Economico nel Bacino Mediterraneo' (pp. 1-21). Bari: University of Bari, Italy
      • H.E. Haralambides, S. Ma & A.W. Veenstra (1995). World-wide experiences of port reform. In Hot topics in the transportation and port sector. Antwerp: Acco Publishing
      • H.E. Haralambides (1993). Sensitivity analysis of risk in shipping finance. In K. Gwilliam (Ed.), Current Issues in Maritime Economics. Kluwer Academic Publishers
      • H.E. Haralambides (1992). Analysis of the sea-going labour market of Greece. In Collected Papers in Honour of Professor A. Kanellopoulos, ex-Prime Minister of the Government of Greece. Piraeus: University of Piraeus
      • H.E. Haralambides (2008). Two decades of expertise in port and maritime education. In Opstellen voor Opstelten. Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
      • H.E. Haralambides (Ed.). (1998). Quality shipping - market mechanisms for safer shipping and cleaner oceans. Rotterdam: Erasmus Publishing
      • H.E. Haralambides (Ed.). (1996) Maritime Policy and Management, 23(3).
      • H.E. Haralambides (Ed.). (1996) Tijdschrift voor Vervoerswetenschap, 32(4).
      • H.E. Haralambides, S. Veldman, M. Liu & E. van Drunen (2009). Identifying economic conditions for a regional logistics hub in Northern Tanzania. (Extern rapport). Washington DC: The World Bank
      • H.E. Haralambides (2008). Structure and operations in the liner shipping industry. (Intern rapport, EI-reprint reeks, no EI-1481). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • M. Acciaro & H.E. Haralambides (2008). Product bundling in global ocean transportation. (Intern rapport, EI Report reeks, no EI 2008-18). 3000 DR Rotterdam: Econometrics
      • H.E. Haralambides & M. Acciaro (2007). Product bundling in the liner and logistics business. (Extern rapport). Singapore: NOL Foundation
      • H.E. Haralambides, M. Acciaro, E. Defilippi & F.A.J. Waals (2005). European Commission Study on Financing and Charging Practices in the Seaports of the European Union. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission
      • H.E. Haralambides & C.M. Ilmer (2005). Survey on Terminal Handling Charges and Currency and Bunker Adjustment Factors. (Extern rapport). Brussels: ELAA
      • H.E. Haralambides (1999). European shipping in a global economy: quality, competitiveness, survivabilty. (Intern rapport, Erasmus International Transport Series, no 102). onbekend: Erasmus University Rotterdam
      • H.E. Haralambides & -. et al (1999). ATENCO: analysis of the cost structure of the Main TEN Ports. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission (DG7-4th Framework Research Program)
      • H.E. Haralambides, R. Behrens & N. Shashikumar (1998). Indian ports and transport infrastructure at the threshold of the 21st century. (Intern rapport, Erasmus International Transport Series, no 101). onbekend: Erasmus University Rotterdam
      • H.E. Haralambides, H.A. van Klink, A.W. Veenstra, A. Verbeke & W. Winkelmans (1998). A calculation of the Rotterdam effect. (Extern rapport). Antwerp: European Centre for Strategic Analysis (ECSA)
      • H.E. Haralambides (1997). Ports in the Framework of the EU Transport Policy. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1997). On forward linkages and input/output table reconstruction. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission (4th Framework Research Program)
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1996). Economic impact analysis for the shipping sector. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission
      • H.E. Haralambides (1984). Shipping and Economic Development: An Economic Analysis of Shipping Income and Profits. (Extern rapport). Athens: Greek Ministry of National Economy: 5-year Plan for Economic and Social Development
      • H.E. Haralambides & -. et al (2006). Public financing and charging of seaports in the EU. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission
      • H.E. Haralambides & -. et al (2004). Irish short sea shipping inter-European trade corridors. (Extern rapport). Dublin: Irish Maritime Development Office
      • H.E. Haralambides, A.W. Veenstra, M. Fusillo, W. Sjostrom & U. Hautau (2003). Contract of services for the assistance in processing public submissions to be received in reponse to the consultation paper on the review of Council regulation 4056/86. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission
      • H.E. Haralambides & -. et al (2003). Consultation Paper on the Review of Council Regulation 4056/86 (Liner Conferences). (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission (contract COMP/2002/16/SI2.346635)
      • H.E. Haralambides & H.A. van Klink (1997). Dynamiek in de organisatie van zeehavens: enkele achtergronden bij samenwerking tussen havens en verzelfstandiging van het havenbeheer. (Extern rapport). Antwerp: Technum ESEG
      • H.E. Haralambides (1997). Ports and Regional Development in Europe: A Historical Perspective. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commisssion
      • H.E. Haralambides, A.W. Veenstra, H.A. van Klink, A. Verbeke & W. Winkelmans (1997). Empirical estimation of the end destination of goods imported through the major European Gateways. (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission (contract XIX/B1/9603)
      • H.E. Haralambides (1995). Some Reflections on Europe's Maritime Policy. (Report submitted to the European Commission in the context of the deliberations of Commissioner Kinnock's Core Group On Maritime Transport). (Extern rapport). Brussels: European Commission
      • H.E. Haralambides (1994, maart 15). Global economic interdependence and maritime policy (in Greek). Naftika Chronica
      • H.E. Haralambides (1992, april 15). A new approach to the measurement of risk in shipping finance. Lloyd's Shipping Economist
      • H.E. Haralambides (2012, oktober 8). Ports: The Crucial Links in Global Supply Chains. 7 (Epta) Magazine (Greek)
      • H.E. Haralambides (2012, oktober 23). Thoughts and Concerns about the Evolution of Greek Ports. KERDOS
      • H.E. Haralambides (2008, juli 15). Gloomy predictions are just a realistic forecast. Lloyd's List
      • H.E. Haralambides (2008, november 4). Latest attacks on liner alliances is no surprise. Lloyd's List
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998, oktober 11). This is how the game of European shipping is played. Naftemporiki
      • H.E. Haralambides (1987, mei 15). Th role of shipping income in the development of Gross National Product of Greece. Naftemporiki
      • H.E. Haralambides (1987, juni 15). The determinants of shipowners' remittances. Naftemporiki
      • M.M. Golias, S. Ivey, H.E. Haralambides & G.K.D. Saharidis (2009). Maximizing Throughput and Minimizing Tardiness and Earliness at a Cross Dock Facility: a Bi-objective Formulation. In 89th Transportation Research Board
      • M. Acciaro & H.E. Haralambides (2007). Product bundling in global ocean transportation. In Challenges and trends in shipping: markets, investment and policies (pp. 1-23). Athens: International Association of Maritime Economists
      • M. Benacchio, H.E. Haralambides & E. Musso (2001). On the economic impact of ports: National vs. local costs and benefits. In Proceedings of the 9th World Conference on Transport Research. Seoul
      • H.E. Haralambides (2001). Maritime logistics: the emerging global approach to the international transport of containers. In Fundacion Portuaria (Ed.), Puertos y Actividades Logisticas: Retos y Oportunidades. Santander (Spain): Universidad Internacional Menedez Pelayo
      • M. Benacchio, P. Cariou & H.E. Haralambides (2000). Port land use and implications for rental policies. In Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists. Naples: International Association of Maritime Economists
      • H.E. Haralambides (2000). A second scenario in the future of the hub-and-spoke system in liner shipping. In Latin Ports and Shipping 2000 Conference. Miami: Lloyd's List
      • P. Cariou & H.E. Haralambides (1999). Capacity Pools in Liner Shipping: An Allocation Model for the East-West Trades. In Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists. Halifax, Canada: International Association of Maritime Economists
      • H.E. Haralambides (1999). On the Importance of national, sub-regional and regional cultures in the delivery of effective training programmes. In International Port Training Conference on Information and Communication Techniques. Goteborg: IPTC
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998). Port pricing and cost recovery: a challenge for Europe. In Seaport Policy in the 21st Century Conference. Antwerp: University of Antwerp
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1998). Multivariate autoregressive models in commodity trades. In Proceedings of the 8th World Conference on Transport Research. Antwerp
      • H.E. Haralambides (1996). The economic impact of shipping on the national economy. In T.D. Heaver (Ed.), International Conference on Shipping, Ports and Logistics Services. Vancouver: International Association of Maritime Economists
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1996). Negotiation and stability of bulk shipping alliances. In T.D. Heaver (Ed.), International Conference on Shipping, Ports and Logistics Services. Vancouver: International Association of Maritime Economists
      • H.E. Haralambides (1996). The economics of bulk shipping pools. In D. Hensher & J. King (Eds.), 7th World Conference on Transport Research. Sydney: Elsevier
      • H.E. Haralambides (1995). Port structural adjustment and labour reform. In Proceedings of the 7th World Conference on Transport Research. Sydney
      • H.E. Haralambides (1995). Socio-economic considerations on the issue of port privatisation. In G.E. Moukhtar & A.H. Bassiouny (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th International Port Conference on Free Ports & Free Zones (pp. 1-17). Alexandria, Egypt: Port Training Institute (PTA)
      • H.E. Haralambides (1995). Port restructuring and labour reform: the ILO experience from Asia and the Pacific. In W.C.H. van Zutphen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 25th International Port Training Conference (pp. 127-148). Rotterdam: International Port Training Conference
      • H.E. Haralambides, M. Westeneng & S. Zou (1994). GATT and its effect on shipping and ports. In KMI/IAME Conference on International Trade Relations and World Shipping. Seoul / S. Korea
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.F. de Wild (1994). On the effectiveness of Port State Control in Europe. In 10th Port Logistics Conference. Alexandria: Port Logistics Conference
      • H.E. Haralambides (1993). Measurment of financial risk in the appraisal of shipping projects. In Proceedings of the 6th World Conference on Transport Research. Elsevier
      • H.E. Haralambides (1993). Freight futures trading and shipowners' expectations. In Proceedings of the 6th World Conference on Transport Research. Elsevier
      • H.E. Haralambides (1991). Some recent developments in the measurement of risk in ship finance projects. In International Workshop on Maritime Economics. London: City University Business School
      • H.E. Haralambides (1987). Application and control of quantitative methods in economic history. In Economics Seminars: National Bank of Greece. Athens: National Bank of Greece
      • H.E. Haralambides (1983). Measurement of Financial Risk in the Appraisal of Shipping Projects. In 6th World Conference on Transport Research. Lyon: Elsevier
      • H.E. Haralambides & B.N. Metaxas (1981). An Econometric Model for the Allocation of Pollution Costs by Flag of Registration. In 4th National Conference of Operations Research. Piraeus
      • H.E. Haralambides (2009, september 16). Fundamental Maritime Economics amidst a Global Economic Recession. Chung Ang University and Incheon Port Authority, Seoul, Korea, Invited keynote speaker.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2009, september 15). Structure, Operations, and the Current State of Affairs of the Shipping Industry. Korea Maritime University, Busan: Korea, Invited Lecture.
      • H.E. HaralambidesThe Barcelona Process: Union for the Mediterranean. Lattakia, Syria, Netherlands Institute of Academic Studies (Damascus).
      • H.E. Haralambides (2006, februari 15). Regulatory reform in liner shipping. Tokyo, Japan Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2012). Some Thoughts on the Evolution of Greek Ports in the Post-crisis Era. Regulatory Framework for Ports, Task Force Greece, European Commission: Athens, Greece.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2012). Opportunities and Prospects of Greek Ports. 2nd Olympus International Conference on Supply Chains (ICSC): Katerini, Greece.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2012). Ports: Engines for Growth and Employment. European Ports Policy Review: Brussels.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2008). The role of ports as potential bottlenecks in global supply chains. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe: Piraeus.
      • H.E. Haralambides & E. Defilippi (2004). Public-private partnerships in ports: Trends, best practices and keys for success. 9th Financing and Investing in Ports Conference (Euromoney Seminars): London (2004, september 16).
      • H.E. Haralambides (2004). Keynote Speaker: World Shipping. Jubilaumsveranstaltung: 50 Jahre ISL: Bremen.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2004). International Shipping: an early example of globalization. Netherlands Institute at Athens: Royal Netherlands Embassy: Athens.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2004). Antitrust immunity of liner shipping conferences revisited. Executive Seminar: Critical Issues Facing the Port and Shipping Industry in the 21st Century: Singapore.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2004). Determinants of Price and Price Stability in Line Shipping. Workshop on 'The Industrial Organization of Shipping and Ports': National University of Singapore.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2001). European Port Pricing: Reconciling socio-economic objectives with efficient allocation of resources. Basque Government's Ministry of Transport and Public Works: Bilbao: Spain.
      • C.N. Cheung Tam He, H.E. Haralambides & S. Tsolakis (2000). The global outlook of liner shipping and port networks in the information society of the 21st century. The 16th International Port Logistics Conference: Alexandria, Egypt (2000, februari 6).
      • H.E. Haralambides (2000). From land to maritime logistics: a radical view on the existing hub-and-spoke system in international transport. Korean Logistics Academy: Incheon-Korea.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1999). Some Reflections on Cost Recovery and the Pricing of Port Services in a Global Economy. Third Millennium Port Conference: London (1999, mei 1).
      • D.J.C. van Dijk, H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1998). Modelling ocean charter rates: an investigation into non-linearity and parameter variation. 8th World Conference on Transport Research: Antwerp.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998). EU Policy-making and its impact on the structure of international shipping.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1997). The role of international shipping in world trade. The Economist Conferences: Shipping; the Maritime Bridge into the New Millennium: Athens.
      • H.E. Haralambides & A.W. Veenstra (1997). On forecasting international seaborne commodity flows. International Association of Maritime Economists, City University Business School: London.
      • H.E. Haralambides & R. Behrens (1997). The Indian economic reforms: implications for the port sector. International Association of Maritime Economists, City University Business School: London.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1994). The economic principles of pooling merchant tonnage. Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute: Seoul.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1993). Economic backwardness as a comparative advantage: The Greek port of Igoumenitsa. Economic Chamber of Greece: Igoumenitsa (Greece).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1992). Hedging with freight futures: an overview. Korea Maritime Institute: Seoul.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1992). Financial risk management in the shipping industry. Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute: Seoul.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1987). An econometric-simulation model for measuring productivity in shipping. Methods and Applications of Mathematical Programming: University of Piraeus (Greece).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1987). International trade in shipping services between industrialized and less developed countries. UNCTAD/GATT: Athens.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2012). Financial Capabilities of Port Authorities. Annual Conference: Sopot, Poland.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2009). A new agenda for excellence in maritime transport. European Commission: Rome.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2008). The 2008 economic slowdown and its impact on international shipping. TOC Europe 2008: Amsterdam (2008, juni 17).
      • H.E. Haralambides (2004). Containerized transport through Rotterdam: Challenges and future strategies. Havencongress Rotterdam: Rotterdam.
      • H.E. Haralambides, J.T. Bottema & C.M. Ilmer (2003). Berth performance and optimisation. Managing marine terminal capacity and productivity Conference: London (2003, september 24).
      • H.E. Haralambides, J.T. Bottema & C.M. Ilmer (2003). Equipment capacity and optimisation. Managing marine terminal capacity and productivity conference: London (2003, september 24).
      • H.E. Haralambides, J.T. Bottema & C.M. Ilmer (2003). Container yard performance and optimisation. Managing marine terminal capacity and productivity: London (2003, september 24).
      • H.E. Haralambides, U. Bottema, C.M. Ilmer, U. Hautau, A.W. Veenstra & S. Tsolakis (2003). On forecasting commodity trade flows and drivers of container shipping and ship sizes. Panama Canal Authority: Balboa: Panama (2003, oktober 8).
      • H.E. Haralambides (2003). Dedicated Carrier Terminals vs. Multi User Facilities. 27th Shipping, Ports and Terminals Event in Europe: Fiera Internazionale di Genova: Genova (2003, juni 10).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1999). The state of play in international shipping, ports and multimodal transport at the dawn of the 21st century. The Economist Conferences: Athens Intercontinental Hotel (1999, november 18).
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998). Analysis of the cost structure of the trans-european network (TEN) ports. European Commission: Brussels.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998). Charging and financing of port infrastructure (Rapporteur). European Commission: Barcelona.
      • H.E. Haralambides (1998). Campaign against substandard shipping. UK Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions: London.
      • H.E. Haralambides, S. Veldman, E. van Drunen & M. Liu (2010). Determinants of a Regional Logistics Hub in East Africa. International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference: Lisbon.
      • H.E. Haralambides & G. Gujar (2010). The Indian dry ports sector: pricing policies and opportunities for public-private partnerships. International Stretegies for Integrating Ports and Hinterlands Conference, Transport Research Institute, Napier University: Edinburgh, Scotland.
      • H.E. Haralambides & G. Gujar (2010). On balancing supply chain efficiency and environmental impacts: an eco-DEA model applied to the dry port sector of India. International Strategies for Integrating Ports and Hinterlands Conference, Transport Research Institute, Napier University: Edinburgh, Scotland.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2010). On containing CO2 emissions in international ocean transportation: some thoughts on the case of slow-steaming. Joint UNECE-UNCTAD Workshop on Climate Change Impacts on International Transport Networks: Geneva.
      • H.E. Haralambides (2010). Regulatory measures and market-based instruments for environmentally sustainable shipping and logistics industries. International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA 2010): Chengdu: China.
      • M.M. Golias & H.E. Haralambides (2010). Berth scheduling policy with a variable cost function. 12th World Conference on Transport Research: Lisbon: Portugal.
      • M.M. Golias & H.E. Haralambides (2010). Berth scheduling policy with a variable cost function. 12th World Conference on Transport Research: Lisbon: Portugal.
  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Economics
    Department
    Econometrics
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone

    Senior Lecturer

    University
    World Maritime University
    Country
    Sweden

    PhD Researcher / Tutor

    University
    Cardiff University
    Department
    Maritime Studies
    Country
    UK

    Lecturer

    University
    University of Piraeus
    School
    Economics
    Department
    Maritime Studies
    Country
    Greece
  • International Journal of Transport Economics

    Role
    Editorial Board
    Start Date
    Jan/2009

    Maritime Policy and Management

    Role
    Editorial Board
    Start Date
    Jan/1996
    End Date
    Dec/1999

    Maritime Economics and Logistics

    Additional Information
    Official Journal of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME)
    Role
    Editor in Chief
    Start Date
    Jan/1999
  • United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

    Role
    Group of Experts on Hinterland Conditions of Seaports
    Obtained Wage
    no

    World Conference on Transport Research

    Additional Information
    Member of Scientific and Publications Committees
    Role
    Chairman: Special Interest Group on Maritime Transport and Ports
    Obtained Wage
    no
    Start Date
    Jul/1987
    End Date
    Sep/2007

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam