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The course focuses on energy systems and utilization of green technologies in shipping and transport. Presents the basic principles of sustainable development and renewable energy sources. Also, analyses blue growth potential and perspective. The learning outcomes, include: – to comprehend life cycle analysis and fundamental principles of sustainable development, – to understand the technologies utilized...
The course focuses on understanding the principles of International Law of the Sea, s as it has been shaped throughout the years. In particular, the focal points are: • Historical development • High Seas • Territorial Sea • Contiguous Zone • The Area • Land-locked States • Geographically Disadvantaged • Continental Shelf • Exclusive Economic...
After successfully completing this course, the students will be able to: Analyze and assess the external and internal environment of a shipping company, a crucial element in the process of a shipping company’s strategy development in a highly competitive environment. Understand the different cultural, organizational and management approaches applied to a shipping company especially in...
Introduction to shipping markets. Shipping Economics: content and modern trends. General division of markets: bulk shipping, scheduled voyages/liner shipping. Bulk shipping markets: traditional and specialised. The economic idiosyncrasies of bulk shipping: nature of the demand, demand function and price elasticity of demand for bulk shipping services. Supply, technological constraints and elasticity of supply of bulk...
The content of the course develops the basic principles of ship structure, operation and management at a theoretical and applied level. In this context, the course aims to develop students’ knowledge and skills to: 1. Understand the basic techno-economic differences of the basic types of ships 2. Be able to assess the parameters specific to...
The course deals with: • The analysis of the port industry developments and the contemporary port environment • The analysis of the European policies towards the formation of a European Port Policy The course structure is as follows: 1) Lecture 1: Introduction 2) Lecture 2: Institutions and decision-making process in the European Union 3) Lecture...
• Ballast water management and BWM Convention • Atmospheric pollution (Annex VI of MARPOL, sulphur limits, SECAs, NOx limits, NECAs, new technologies and operational measures) • CO2 emissions and greenhouse effect (Annex VI of MARPOL, EEDI, SEEMP, new technologies and operational measures) • Ship recycling • Sustainability in shipping
The learning outcomes focus on students gaining a systematic and applied in-depth knowledge of modern theoretical principles and empirical approaches and instruments to shipping corporate financial decisions. Emphasis is placed on the appraisal of critical investment, financing and operational managerial decisions; this can support shipping companies remain competitive and sustain corporate growth in a highly...
• Corporate Governance Rules and Public Companies • Interest of the Company and function of the Board of Directors • General Assembly and Minority Rights • Related Party Transactions • Corporate finance law. Debt, equity and hybrid financial forms. • Groups of Companies
The course deals with: • The understanding of strategy and its role in the contemporary companies as an essential tool for the development and maintain of a competitive advantage • An approach towards strategy via the synthesis of scientific considerations, concepts, analytical methods and indicative case studies • The understanding of the strategy’s importance for...