Project

Project Keyword: ports

Port polities – Logistics, political orders and new hegemons in the land-sea nexus

This project examines the production of political orders around deep-sea ports in Africa. Focusing on the intersection between territorial states, corporates and non-Western hegemons, the project asks: What kind of polities emerge around ports, and with what consequences for the political order of host states?

Project start: 01. Oct. 2019
Project end: 01. Oct. 2022
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Port Effectiveness and Public Private Cooperation for Competitiveness (PEPP II)

This project explores how communication, gender, and sustainability affect the cluster performance of the Port of Tema in Ghana.

ongoing
Project start: 16. Jan. 2022
Project end: 15. Jan. 2025
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Accelerating the Energy Transition at Sea and on Land: Ports as Hubs

This project will identify major challenges and opportunities for ports as facilitators of the transition to alternative fuels for shipping and industry. The project has the long-term ambition to establish an international partnership for academic research on the topic.

Project start: 01. Oct. 2021
Project end: 30. Sep. 2022
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Creating Circular Economy Clusters for Sustainable Ship Recycling in Denmark

The project has explored the potential for Danish yards and maritime industry, addressing questions regarding the size and composition of the relevant near-end-of-life fleet, the structure and capabilities of the Danish yards and maritime industry and a deeper analysis of the market for ship recycling in Denmark, including the pricing of end-of-life shipping assets and the nature of transactions.

Project start: 01. Nov. 2020
Project end: 31. Oct. 2021
Project participants: Henrik Sornn-FrieseEva RothPetar Sofev
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