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Academic Research on Maritime Administration (MARAD) A critical review of conventional terminology for classifying seaports, Bichou, K., & Gray, R. (2005). A critical review of conventional terminology for classifying seaports.Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice,39(1), 75-92. This paper examines the validity of the conventional terminology for classifying ports, questioning the assumption that ports should be conceptualised as separate markets and distinct operational and business ventures. It seeks to demonstrate that in todays inter-related global markets and businesses with integrated logistics and supply chain flows, there is less of a case for the traditionally isolated and restricted port terminology. Port andmaritimesecurity: background and issues for congress, Frittelli, J. (2008). Port and maritime security: background and issues for congress.Port and Maritime Security,11. This paper studies the increase in port security since the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001. It shows the low inspection ratio of cargo containers by the Bureau of Customs and Border Protections (BCBP), despite their increased targeting of specific cargos for inspection New measures of port efficiency using international trade data, Blonigen, B. A., & Wilson, W. (2006).New measures of port efficiency using international trade data(No. w12052). National Bureau of Economic Research. This paper provides a new statistical method of uncovering port efficiency measures using U.S. Census data on imports into U.S. ports. Unlike previous measures, this study's methodology can provide such estimates for a much broader sample of countries and years with little cost. North American containerport productivity: 19841997, Turner, H., Windle, R., & Dresner, M. (2004). North American containerport productivity: 19841997.Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review,40(4), 339-356. This paper undertakes two tasks: measurement of seaport infrastructure productivity growth in North America from 1984 to 1997, and exploration of several theorized causal relationships betweeninfrastructure productivityand industrystructureandconduct. A methodology is presented, data envelopment analysis (DEA), for measuring infrastructure productivity. The study supports the presence of economies of scale at the containerport and terminal level. Maritimetransportation: a third way for port and environmental security, Firestone, J., & Corbett, J. (2002). Maritime transportation: a third way for port and environmental security. InWidener L. Symp. J.(Vol. 9, p. 419). Selective replacement of national by non-national seafarers in OECD countries and the employment function in themaritimesector, Tsamourgelis, I. (2009). Selective replacement of national by non-national seafarers in OECD countries and the employment function in the maritime sector.Maritime Policy & Management,36(5), 457-468. This paper explores the steady replacement of national seafarers by non-national ones in the shipping industry of the developed Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries. The paper aims to provide a model for this occurence. Short-sea shipping: an analysis of its determinants, Medda, F., & Trujillo, L. (2010). Short-sea shipping: an analysis of its determinants.Maritime Policy & Management,37(3), 285-303. The objective of this article is to carry out a literature review and show how Short-Sea Shipping (SSS) can alleviate traffic congestion and enhance economic development by maintaining freight flow efficiency. Maritime administration, Plant, G. (1998). Maritime administration.Unpublished lecture handout, World Maritime University, Malm, Sweden. Cutting logistics costs with ocean carrier selection, Saldanha, J. P., Tyworth, J. E., Swan, P. F., & Russell, D. M. (2009). Cutting logistics costs with ocean carrier selection.Journal of Business Logistics,30(2), 175-195. Two decades of survey research has shown that transittime differences among ocean carriers are often secondary considerations in carrier selection. However, this study found that shippers can pay substantial premiums for superior ocean transittime service, and cut logistics costs even when substantial variability occurs in landside segments of supply chains. Resistance, Propulsion and Maneuverability Characteristics ofMARADSystematic Series for Large Full-Form Merchant Ships, Gertler, M., & Kohl, R. E. (1974).Resistance, Propulsion and Maneuverability Characteristics of MARAD Systematic Series for Large Full-Form Merchant Ships(No. 7370-1 Tech. Rpt.). 2005-2006 USMaritimeLegislative Developments, Papavizas, C. G., & Kiern, L. I. (2007). 2005-2006 US Maritime Legislative Developments.J. Mar. L. & Com.,38, 267.