Arctic Shipping: Commercial Opportunities and Challenges

Carsten Ørts Hansen, Peter Grønsedt, Christian Lindstrøm Graversen, Christian Hendriksen

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Abstract

This report forms part of the ambitious CBS Maritime research initiative entitled “Competitive Challenges and Strategic Development Potential in Global Maritime Industries” which was launched with the generous support of the Danish Maritime Fund. The competitiveness initiative targets specific maritime industries (including shipping, offshore energy, ports, and maritime service and equipment suppliers) as well as addresses topics that cut across maritime industries (regulation and competitiveness). The topics and narrower research questions addressed in the initiative were developed in close dialogue between CBS Maritime and the maritime industries in Denmark. CBS Maritime is a Business in Society (BiS) Platform at Copenhagen Business School committed to the big question of how to achieve economic and social progress in the maritime industries. CBS Maritime aims to strengthen a maritime focus at CBS and create the foundation for CBS as a stronger partner for the maritime industries, as well as for other universities and business school with a devotion to maritime economics research. The competitiveness initiative comprises a number of PhD projects and five short term mapping projects, the latter aiming at developing key concepts and building up a basic industry knowledge base for further development of CBS Maritime research and teaching. This report attempts to map the opportunities and challenges for the maritime industry in an increasingly accessible Arctic Ocean
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationFrederiksberg
PublisherCBS Maritime
Number of pages92
ISBN (Print)9788793262034
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Hansen, C. Ø., Grønsedt, P., Lindstrøm Graversen, C., & Hendriksen, C. (2016). Arctic Shipping: Commercial Opportunities and Challenges. Frederiksberg : CBS Maritime.