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Why? - Exploring Causes-and-Effects
The necessity of the railway ferry between South Korea and China
Big data application in dynamic vessel and shipping network
Big data system and Complex network in OBOR Contexts
Global Logistics Network Re-Configurations - Challenges and Opportunities In OBOR Contexts
Maritime logistics system on the maritime Silk Road
IoT in Freight Transportation Management In One-Belt One-Road Contexts (Chen)
Anatomy of the One Belt and One Road from an Outsider's Viewpoint
China's Supply Chain Connectivity Strategy (Lee)
Research Ideas And Methods in Maritime Logistics (Lee)
Sharing New Concepts And Theories in Maritime Logistics (Lee)
Exploring Research Agenda: Three Guidelines (Lee)
Research Trends: Theory-building, Modelling, and Application (Lee)
Venue：517A, Taishan Research Building
Content: In 2013, the Chinese government initiated the concept of the “Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road” (hereinafter referred to as the One Belt and One Road concept: OBOR) in tandem with launching the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in 2015, in which 57 countries have joined as members. The OBOR aims “to promote the connectivity of Asian, European and African continents and their adjacent seas, establish and strengthen partnerships among the countries along the Belt and Road, set up omni-dimensional, multi-tiered and composite connectivity networks, and realize diversified, independent, balanced and sustainable development in these countries”. The OBOR is expected to exert multi-dimensional impacts on the international logistics and global supply chain.
1. Logistics and supply chain management in OBOR
2. Maritime connectivity
3. Big data applications and advent technologies in maritime logistics
4. Research methodologies in maritime logistics
Speaker: Prof. Paul Tae-Woo Lee ：
Paul T-W Lee (李太雨) is a Professor from the School of Business IT and Logistics, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. He received his Ph.D from the Cardiff University, Cardiff U.K. (01/1987?07/1989). His research interests are in the areas of Maritime logistics and supply chain management. He had published more than 100 journal papers.
During this course, the following scholars will contribute some talks and discussions especially in the scopes of OROB-related issues: 1) Jiuh-Biing Sheu. Yangtse Rive Scholar, Shanghai Dongfang and Qianren Professor (Shanghai Maritime University); Editor-in-Chief, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review; Distinguished Professor, Department of Business Administration, National Taiwan University. 2) Mu-Chen Chen. Professor, Department of Transportation and Logistics Management, National Chiao Tung University. 3) Jingshu Choi. Doctor, Economics, Chonbuk National University, Korea. 4) Qing-Cheng Zeng. Professor, Transportation Management College, Dalian Maritime University. 5) Qing-You Hu. Professor, Merchant Marine College, Shanghai Maritime University. 6) Zhi-Hua Hu. Professor, Logistics Research Center, Shanghai Maritime University.