Identifying Maritime Logistics Competences for Sustaining Maritime Economies: The Case of The Danish Maritime Cluster

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Abstract

This paper conducts a comparative assessment of the Danish maritime cluster, measured against a range of international known and respected maritime clusters like Virginia, London, the Netherlands, Singapore, Shanghai, Norway and Hong Kong. The aim is also to bring out the characteristics of the Danish maritime cluster’s development, and unique competences. The comparative assessment highlights the importance of different historical and geographical backgrounds, when explaining the relative positions of the Danish, and other comparable maritime clusters. Other specific common features of excellence in the selected maritime clusters were maritime policies, R&D, and the prevalence of higher education.
This paper conducts a comparative assessment of the Danish maritime cluster, measured against a range of international known and respected maritime clusters like Virginia, London, the Netherlands, Singapore, Shanghai, Norway and Hong Kong. The aim is also to bring out the characteristics of the Danish maritime cluster’s development, and unique competences. The comparative assessment highlights the importance of different historical and geographical backgrounds, when explaining the relative positions of the Danish, and other comparable maritime clusters. Other specific common features of excellence in the selected maritime clusters were maritime policies, R&D, and the prevalence of higher education.

Conference

ConferenceSUBA-ALRT 2015 International Conference on Global Integration of Economies and Connectivity Development
Number2015
LocationSoochow University
CountryTaiwan, Province of China
CityTaipei
Period31/08/201502/09/2015
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Keywords

  • Industrial clusters
  • Maritime industry
  • Logistics comptences
  • Comparative analysis

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Gammelgaard, B., Kinra, A., & Sornn-Friese, H. (2015). Identifying Maritime Logistics Competences for Sustaining Maritime Economies: The Case of The Danish Maritime Cluster. Paper presented at SUBA-ALRT 2015 International Conference on Global Integration of Economies and Connectivity Development, Taipei, Taiwan, Province of China.
Gammelgaard, Britta ; Kinra, Aseem ; Sornn-Friese, Henrik. / Identifying Maritime Logistics Competences for Sustaining Maritime Economies : The Case of The Danish Maritime Cluster. Paper presented at SUBA-ALRT 2015 International Conference on Global Integration of Economies and Connectivity Development, Taipei, Taiwan, Province of China.29 p.
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Gammelgaard B, Kinra A, Sornn-Friese H. Identifying Maritime Logistics Competences for Sustaining Maritime Economies: The Case of The Danish Maritime Cluster. 2015. Paper presented at SUBA-ALRT 2015 International Conference on Global Integration of Economies and Connectivity Development, Taipei, Taiwan, Province of China.