DOI QR코드

DOI QR Code

The study on the research trend about Europe ports: focus on Baltic Sea using Keyword network

키워드네트워크 분석을 활용한 유럽항만의 연구동향 분석 :발틱해를 중심으로

  • Delgado, Beatriz Barrera (Graduate school of Logistics, Incheon National University) ;
  • Ma, Hye Min (Graduate school of Logistics, Incheon National University) ;
  • Oh, Jae gyun (Graduate school of Logistics, Incheon National University) ;
  • Yeo, Gi Tae (Graduate school of Logistics, Incheon National University)
  • ;
  • 마혜민 (인천대학교 동북아 물류대학원) ;
  • 오재균 (인천대학교 동북아 물류대학원) ;
  • 여기태 (인천대학교 동북아 물류대학원)
  • Received : 2017.12.01
  • Accepted : 2018.02.20
  • Published : 2018.02.28

Abstract

Since the 17th century, international trade has increased as a result of the development in the navigation skills. Recently, maritime transport, compared to other modes, is used more than 70% worldwide by shippers and ports, and it also has become essential in international trade. Most researchers focused only on port development, in topics like ensuring depth of water, port competition and port governance, but have left some topics undone, such as environment, ecosystem and balanced development. Therefore, this study provides insight to the academic world in port research using SNA (Social Network Analysis). The result of the SNA study shows that Baltic Sea ports researchers have focused on "Shipping", "Marine ecosystem"and "Pollution". The implications of this study are: first, the environment has become a main issue in the research field; second, the results suggest focusing on the main keywords from the keyword network. This study has some limitations such as excluding domestic journals and focusing in the recent 10 years.

Keywords

Baltic sea port;SNA (Social Network Analysis);Pollution;Maritime transport;Shipping

References

  1. Grossmann, H., Otto, A., Stiller, S., & Wedemeier, J. (2007). Growth potential for maritime trade and ports in Europe. Intereconomics, 42(4), 226-232. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10272-007-0223-x
  2. Sampson, H., Bloor, M., Baker, S., & Dahlgren, K. (2016). Greener shipping? A consideration of the issues associated with the introduction of emission control areas. Maritime Policy & Management, 43(3), 295-308. https://doi.org/10.1080/03088839.2015.1040862
  3. Urbanyi-Popiolek, I., & Klopott, M. (2016). Container terminals and port city interface-a study of Gdynia and Gdansk ports. Transportation Research Procedia, 16, 517-526. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2016.11.049
  4. Jarasunienė, A., Greiciune, L., & Sakalys, A. (2012). Research of competitive environment of Klaipėda Seaport comparing to other seaports in the eastern Baltic Sea region. Transport, 27(1), 5-13. https://doi.org/10.3846/16484142.2012.662911
  5. Jarzemskiene, I., Barysiene, J., Jarzemskis, V., & Jarzemskis, A. (2008). THE FEASIBILITY STUDY TO TRANSFER GOODS BETWEEN PORTS OF KLAIPEDA AND SWINOUJUSCE. Transport, 9(4), 38-48
  6. Hakkinen, J., Malk, V., Posti, A., Penttinen, O. P., Makela, R., & Kiiski, A. (2013). Environmental risk assessment of the most commonly transported chemicals: case study of Finnish coastal areas. WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs, 12(2), 147-160. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13437-013-0046-5
  7. Filipkowska, A., Kowalewska, G., Pavoni, B., & Leczynski, L. (2011). Organotin compounds in surface sediments from seaports on the Gulf of Gdansk (southern Baltic coast). Environmental monitoring and assessment, 182(1-4), 455-466. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10661-011-1889-x
  8. Aronietis, R., Sys, C., van Hassel, E., & Vanelslander, T. (2016). Forecasting port-level demand for LNG as a ship fuel: the case of the port of Antwerp. Journal of Shipping and Trade, 1(1), 2-22. https://doi.org/10.1186/s41072-016-0007-1
  9. H. M. Ma, S. G. Yoon, H. H. Kim & G. T. Yeo. (2017). A Study on Research Trend in Field of Port through Keyword Networks, Korea International Commerce Review, 32(2), 109-128.
  10. S. Y. Oh. (2000). An Analysis on Shipping Research Papers in Korea : 1984 - 2000. The Journal of shipping and logistics, 31, 1-16.
  11. I. H. Yoon. (2004). From Vol. 31 to Vol. 40. = An Analysis of the Articles issued in Korea Journal of Shipping and Logistics, The Journal of shipping and logistics, 42, 1-19.
  12. J. S. Koo. (2009) Analysis of the Articles published in The Journal of Shipping and Logistics: from Vol.51 to Vol.6, The Journal of shipping and logistics, 62, 775-800.
  13. G. S. Kim. (2012). Analysis of the Articles Published in The Journal of Shipping and Logistics -From Vol. 61 to Vol. 70, The Journal of shipping and logistics, 28(1), 107-126.
  14. J. S. Park & D. H. Kim. (2009). Analysis of the Articles issued in Korea Logistics Review: From Vol 17 to Vol 18, Korea Logistics Review, 19(2), 5-26.
  15. H. Y. Yoon. (2016). Thematic Review of Logistics Performance Research in Korean Journals through 2001 to 2015, KOREA INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL REVIEW, 31(1), 71-96.
  16. S. K. Kim & D. J. Kang. (2010). Research Trends Analysis and Future Research Direction in Korean e-Logistics, E-Trade Review, 8(1), 39-48.
  17. T. W. Kim, J. H. Oh & S. H. Woo. (2016). A Structured Review on Research Trend in the E-logistics Research in Korean Journals, International Commerce and Information Review, 18(1), 29-54.
  18. H. S. Cho. (2008). Logistics Account's Research Tendency, Korean Business Education Association, 13, 145-166.
  19. D. J. Kang & K. N. Lee. (2015). A Study on Co-author Networks of Journal of Korea Trade Research Association using Social Network Analysis, Korea trade review, 40(5), 1-23.
  20. Y. S. Jang & J. H. Kim. (2010). An Approach to Recent Articles on e-Trade and Future Research Direction, E-Trade Review, 8(1), 27-38.
  21. J. C. Kim, S. S. Shin & J. H. Park. (2010). A Study on Research Directions Based on Recent Research Trends of e-Commerce, E-Trade Review, 8(1), 1-12.
  22. C. B. Lee & J. H. Noh. (2010). An Approach to Recent Research Trends of e-Business and Future Research Direction, E-Trade Review, 8(1), 13-23.
  23. H. H. Chang & J. H. Na. (2010). An Study on the Research Trends and Future Direction in e-Law, E-Trade Review, 8(1), 61-71.
  24. H. B. Yin. (2017). Research Trend and Future Research Area on Trade and FDI Risk of Korean Firms in China, Asian Trade Risk Management(ATRM), 1(2), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.22142/atrm.2017.1.2.1
  25. M. G. Koo. (2013). Special Issue : Analysis of Sea Lane Research in 2012A Meta-Analysis of Maritime Policy Research in Korea, Institute of East and West Studies, 5(4), 33-60.
  26. J. Y. Lee, S. H. Han & K. S. Kwon. (2015). A study on Korean legal research trend during the last 10 yearsbased on keyword network analysis, Ajou Law Research, 8(4), 519-539. https://doi.org/10.21589/ajlaw.2015.8.4.519
  27. Freeman, L. C. (1978). Centrality in social networks conceptual clarification. Social networks, 1(3), 215-239. https://doi.org/10.1016/0378-8733(78)90021-7
  28. D. J. Kang, H. S. Bang & S. H. Woo. (2014). A Study on the Liner Shipping Network of the Container Port, A Study on the Liner Shipping Network of the Container Port, 30(1), 73-96.
  29. B. H. Leem, S. M. Kim & H. K. Hong. (2010). Comparison of Asia Port Networks based on National Shipping Companies: Social Network Analysis(SNA) Perspective, Journal of Knowledge Information .Technology and Systems, 6(5), 45-56
  30. S. K. Kim. (2014). A Study on the Concentration of Port Traffic in Trade between Korea and China, Journal of Korea Trade, 39(5), 139-159.
  31. S. K. Kim. (2015). A study on the Social Network Analysis for Ferry Service Route in Northern Asia Short Sea, The Journal of Maritime Business, 32, 1-23.
  32. K. H. Park, M. S. Lim & S. B. Ahn. (2016). Analysis of the Changes of Liner Service Networks by Using SNA : Focused on Incheon Port, Journal of korea port economic association, 32(1), 97-122.
  33. B. H. Lim. (2012). Using Social Network Analysis to Measure Influence and Rank of Efficient Ports, Journal of the Korean Society fo Supply Chain Management, 12(1), 37-47.
  34. Y. J. Son. (2015). The Influence of Efficient Container Terminals Using DEA and SNA, Journal of korea port economic association, 31(3), 155-166.
  35. S. H. Joo. (2016). Analysis on structure of National Innovation System in IT, Journal of Digital Convergence, 14(4), 129-138. https://doi.org/10.14400/JDC.2016.14.4.129
  36. B. K. Kim, S. B. Jeong & K. S. Kwon. (2013). A study on relational analysis of purchasing items of on-line shopping mall based on social network analysis, Journal of Digital Convergence, 11(11), 209-217. https://doi.org/10.14400/JDPM.2013.11.11.209
  37. Y. M. Kim. (2009). The Study on the on-line community with information circulation through path analysis, Journal of Digital Convergence, 7(5), 61-69.
  38. H. J. Lee, D. I. Lee & W. S. Woo. (2016). A Cross-Cultural Study on the Interaction of Participants in the Online Community Using Social Network Analysis, Journal of Digital Convergence, 14(9), 73-87. https://doi.org/10.14400/JDC.2016.14.9.73
  39. J. C. Kho, K. T. Cho & Y. H. Cho. (2013). A Study on Recent Research Trend in Management of Technology Using Keywords Network Analysis, Journal of Intelligence and Information Systems, 19(2), 101-123. https://doi.org/10.13088/jiis.2013.19.2.101
  40. K. W. Yang. (2017). Research Trend Analysis of 'International Commerce and Information Review' Using SNA-based Keyword Network Analysis, International Commerce and Information Review, 19(1), 23-42.
  41. M. G. Song, Y. D. Cha & G. T. Yeo. (2016). An Analysis of the "One Belt, One Road" Research Trend Using Social Network Analysis, The Journal of shipping and logistics, 90, 387-413.
  42. M. G. Song, J. K. Lee, J. W. Jeon & G. T. Yeo. (2015). An Analysis on the Network Centrality of the Universities in IFEZ using the Social Network Analysis, Korea International commercial review, 30(4), 23-49.
  43. J. C. Kho, K. T. Cho & Y. H. Cho. (2013). A Study on Recent Research Trend in Management of Technology Using Keywords Network Analysis, Journal of Intelligence and Information Systems, 19(2), 101-123. https://doi.org/10.13088/jiis.2013.19.2.101