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On 8 June 2020, we will provide the Zoom link to presenters/ session chairs while the Zoom meeting IDs/ passwords will be sent to IAME members for access to the conference via the IAME Secretariat.

Updated on 4 June 2020


This online IAME2020 conference will waive the registration fee, but it is offered to IAME members only. Please subscribe/renew your membership via the IAME secretariat (https://www.mar-economists.org/register/) through which you will be provided with the meeting IDs in early June to present your works/gain access to the online conference sessions via Zoom.

 

Updated on 6 April 2020


 In light of the growing concerns on the COVID-19 pandemic around the globe, the IAME2020 conference on-site at PolyU scheduled on 10-13 June 2020 will be arranged as an online event only. The extended abstract/ full paper submissions will be further extended to 15 April 2020. The presentation will be scheduled online with qualified works recommended to the thematic issues of respective scholarly journals associated with IAME2020. Detailed arrangements for the online event and registration will be announced in due course.

 

Updated on 29 March 2020


In view of the global outbreak of COVID-19, the Organising Committee has decided to extend further the due date of full paper/extended abstract submission from 15 March 2020 to 31 March 2020.

 

Updated on 13 March 2020


The epidemic in Hong Kong is now under strict control and the situation is improving here. We will go ahead with the IAME2020 Conference on 10-13  June without any plan to cancel or re-schedule the conference. See you later in Hong Kong.

 

Updated on 19 February 2020


IAME2020 abstract submission update

The IAME2020 abstract submission period has been officially closed on 15 December 2019. A total of 377 abstracts from 41 countries are submitted to our IAME2020 Conference. Major contributors come from China, followed by South Korea and Greece. Among all the Tracks, “Port Economics, Policy and Management”, “Logistics and Supply Chain”, “Shipping Economics and Policy” and “Shipping Markets Modeling and Analysis” attracted most of the submissions. There are also a number of submissions indicating their preference for inclusion in individual special sessions particularly on “Ship Finance and Financial Risk Management”, “China’s Belt & Road Initiative: Connecting People and Enhancing Trade through Better Port Infrastructure”, “Big Data Analytics in Shipping, Ports, and Logistics”, and “Maritime Digital Business Technologies: Challenges and Applications”.

 

Updated on 21 January 2020