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Kevin Cullinane

Professor

Kevin Cullinane
Professor
Industrial and Financial Management & Logistics
kevin.cullinane@gu.se
+46 31 786 1490

Room number: B511
Postal Address: Box 610, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Vasagatan 1 , 41124 Göteborg


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Box 610
405 30 Göteborg
www.fek.handels.gu.se
fek@handels.gu.se
Fax: +46 31 786 1466
Visiting Address: Vasagatan 1 , 411 24 Göteborg

About Kevin Cullinane

Prof. Kevin Cullinane is Professor of International Logistics and Transport Economics at the University of Gothenburg. He has been a logistics adviser to the World Bank and transport adviser to the governments of Scotland, Ireland, Hong Kong, Egypt, Chile and the U.K. He holds an Honorary Professorship at the University of Hong Kong and is a Visiting Professor at the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, Liverpool John Moores University, Dalian Maritime University and Shanghai Maritime University. Kevin has personally won research and consultancy projects to the value of $US 6.5m, many of which have informed the policies of national and/or regional governments. He has held other positions as the Director of the Transport Research Institute (TRI) at Edinburgh Napier University, Chair in Marine Transport & Management at Newcastle University, Professor and Head of the Department of Shipping & Transport Logistics at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Head of the Centre for International Shipping & Transport at Plymouth University, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford Transport Studies Unit and as Senior Partner in his own transport consultancy company, based in Cairo, Rennes, Hong Kong, Edinburgh and now Gothenburg, In terms of academic outputs, Kevin has published 12 books and over 200 journal papers and is an Associate Editor of Transportation Research A, Transportation Research D and the International Journal of Applied Logistics. He is also a member of the Editorial Boards of Transport Reviews, the International Journal of Logistics Management, Maritime Economics & Logistics, the Annals of Maritime Studies, the Journal of Shipping & Logistics and, formerly, of the Proceedings of IMechE Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment. Kevin has been a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport since 1997 and was appointed to the Civil and Construction Engineering sub-panel for REF 2014; the UK’s national research evaluation exercise.

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Research areas

  • Maritime Economics, International Logistics, Transport Economics, Transport Modelling, Financial Economics, Shipping and the Environment

Teaching areas

  • Maritime Economics, Transport Economics and Policy, International Financial Management, Investment Appraisal, Transport and the Environment

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2019

Evaluating the effects of Sweden's environmentally differentiated fairway dues
T. Linde, I. Vierth, Kevin Cullinane
Transportation Research Part D-Transport and Environment, Journal article 2019
Journal article

2018

Editorial
Stephen Gong, Kevin Cullinane
S. Gong and K.P.B. Cullinane [Eds.] Finance and Risk Management for International Logistics and the Supply Chain, Amsterdam, Elsevier, Chapter in book 2018
Chapter in book

Editorial: China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Kevin Cullinane, Paul Lee, Zaili Yang, Z-H Hu
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Policy on Reducing Shipping Emissions: Implications for ‘Green Ports’
Kevin Cullinane, Sharon Cullinane
Green ports : inland and seaside sustainable transportation strategies / edited by Rickard Bergqvist and Jason Monios, Amsterdam, Elsevier, Chapter in book 2018
Chapter in book

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