prof.dr. (Hercules) I Haralambides


Since 1992, Hercules Haralambides is Professor of Maritime Economics and Logistics (MEL), having taught at 9 universities (and in 7 different countries), most prominent of which being Erasmus University Rotterdam (his principal appointment for 26 years), National University of Singapore, and Singapore Management University. Currently, he is “Distinguished Chair Professor” at Dalian Maritime University (China), Visiting Professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam, and affiliated researcher with the Sorbonne Center for Economics – Sorbonne University. Hercules is the founder of the Erasmus Center for Maritime Economics and Logistics (MEL) ( and also the founding (and current) Editor-in-Chief of the quarterly journal Maritime Economics & Logistics (MEL), published by Springer-Palgrave-Macmillan ( for the last 25 years. He has written and published over 300 scientific papers, books, reports and articles in the wider area of ports, maritime transport and logistics and has consulted governments, international organizations and private companies all over the world including, for a number of years, the European Commission. In the period 2011-2015 Professor Haralambides was President of the Italian port of Brindisi. In 2008, he was decorated with the Golden Cross of the Order of the Phoenix, by the President of the Hellenic Republic.

Erasmus School of Economics

Visiting professor | Econometrics
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam


  • Hercules Haralambides (2009) - Fundamental Maritime Economics amidst a Global Economic Recession
  • Hercules Haralambides (2009) - Economic Conditions for Establishing a Regional Hub Terminal for Liquid Bulks
  • Hercules Haralambides (2009) - Structure, Operations, and the Current State of Affairs of the Shipping Industry
  • Hercules Haralambides (2009) - International Journal of Transport Economics (Journal)
  • Hercules Haralambides (2009) - European Commission
  • Hercules Haralambides (2009) - The Barcelona Process: Union for the Mediterranean
  • Hercules Haralambides (2006) - Regulatory reform in liner shipping
  • Hercules Haralambides (2004) - Netherlands Institute at Athens: Royal Netherlands Embassy
  • Hercules Haralambides, U Bottema, CM Ilmer, U Hautau, Albert Veenstra & S Tsolakis (2003) - Panama Canal Authority
  • Hercules Haralambides (1999) - Maritime Economics and Logistics (Journal)

  • María del Pilar Londoño

    Institutional Arrangements that Affect Free Trade Agreements: Economic Rationality Versus Interest Groups
  • Jiaqi Yang

    Towards the Restructuring and Co-ordination Mechanisms for the Architecture of Chinese Transport Logistics
  • Eelco van Asperen (I.M. 31 May 2013)

    Essays on Port, Container, and Bulk Chemical Logistics Optimization
  • Michele Acciaro

    Bundling Strategies in Global Supply Chains
  • Enzo Defilippi

    Access Regulation for Naturally Monopolistic Port Terminals: Lessons from Regulated Network Industries

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