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Khaleel, F. (2017). Redefining Poverty and Its Measurement: An Islamic Political Economy Perspective. Global Review of Islamic Economics and Business. 4(2), 68-81. ISSN 2338-2619
Islamic economists have always taken the position on the intrinsic capability of poverty alleviation in the Islamic economic model. The poverty, in economics and social scienc...
Monios, J. & Bergqvist, R. (2017). Identifying competitive strategies for each phase of the intermodal terminal life cycle. Research in Transportation Business and Management. 23, 97-105. doi:10.1016/j.rtbm.2017.02.007. ISSN 2210-5395
This paper applies the marketing strategy literature to the four phases of the intermodal terminal life cycle (ITLC) to identify the appropriate competitive strategy to be und...
Hrelja, R., Monios, J., Rye, T., Isaksson, K. & Scholten, C. (2017). The interplay of formal and informal institutions between local and regional authorities when creating well-functioning public transport systems. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation. 11(8), 611-622. doi:10.1080/15568318.2017.1292374. ISSN 1556-8318
This paper analyzes how public transport planning is managed in institutional contexts where governance is spread across local and regional scales. The paper sheds light on tw...
30 September 2017
30 September 2017
Explorathon is the largest ever celebration of European Research: Where research meets the public!
On Saturday 30th of September from 10am to 3pm.
27 August 2017
19 April 2017
Lecturer in Finance
Associate Professor, Applied Social Sciences
Monios, J. (2017). Port governance in the UK: Planning without policy. Research in Transportation Business and Management. 22, 78-88. doi:10.1016/j.rtbm.2016.10.006. ISSN 2210-5395
The UK's highly privatised port system means that, while many of the issues in the port governance literature relevant to port concessions do not arise here, the respective ro...
Monios, J. (2017). Policy transfer or policy churn? Institutional isomorphism and neoliberal convergence in the transport sector. Environment and Planning A. 49(2), 351-371. doi:10.1177/0308518x16673367. ISSN 0308-518X
While the features of successful policy transfer are well known, there is some evidence that increase in policy transfer is associated with convergence of not just policies bu...