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Michael Dooms
Michael Dooms
Full Professor Strategic Management, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Solvay Business School
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Stakeholder dynamics and responsibilities in Public–Private Partnerships: A mixed experience
S De Schepper, M Dooms, E Haezendonck
International Journal of Project Management 32 (7), 1210-1222, 2014
2812014
Stakeholder management and path dependence in large-scale transport infrastructure development: The port of Antwerp case (1960–2010)
M Dooms, A Verbeke, E Haezendonck
Journal of Transport Geography 27, 14-25, 2013
1632013
Understanding pre-contractual transaction costs for Public–Private Partnership infrastructure projects
S De Schepper, E Haezendonck, M Dooms
International journal of project management 33 (4), 932-946, 2015
1422015
Strategy making by hybrid organizations: The case of the port authority
L Van der Lugt, M Dooms, F Parola
Research in Transportation Business & Management 8, 103-113, 2013
1072013
Knowledge transfers and project-based learning in large scale infrastructure development projects: an exploratory and comparative ex-post analysis
G Aerts, M Dooms, E Haezendonck
International Journal of Project Management 35 (3), 224-240, 2017
1062017
Public-private partnerships for the provision of port infrastructure: An explorative multi-actor perspective on critical success factors
G Aerts, T Grage, M Dooms, E Haezendonck
The Asian journal of shipping and logistics 30 (3), 273-298, 2014
1032014
International strategies of port authorities: The case of the Port of Rotterdam Authority
M Dooms, L Van Der Lugt, PW De Langen
Research in Transportation Business & Management 8, 148-157, 2013
882013
Towards a meta-analysis and toolkit for port-related socio-economic impacts: a review of socio-economic impact studies conducted for seaports
M Dooms, E Haezendonck, A Verbeke
Maritime Policy & Management 42 (5), 459-480, 2015
842015
Stakeholder management for port sustainability: moving from ad-hoc to structural approaches
M Dooms
Green ports, 63-84, 2019
622019
Turkey's potential on becoming a cruise hub for the East Mediterranean Region: The case of Istanbul
O Bagis, M Dooms
Research in Transportation Business & Management 13, 6-15, 2014
572014
A framework for sustainable port planning in inland ports: a multistakeholder approach
M Dooms, C Macharis
Louvain-la-Neuve: European Regional Science Association (ERSA), 2003
572003
The competitiveness of global port-cities: the case of the seine Axis (le havre, rouen, paris, caen), France
O Merk, C Ducruet, P Dubarle, E Haezendonck, M Dooms
OECD, 2011
552011
Creating an industry-level business model for sustainability: The case of the European ports industry
M Langenus, M Dooms
Journal of Cleaner Production 195, 949-962, 2018
482018
A typology of smart city services: the case of data protection impact assessment
L Vandercruysse, C Buts, M Dooms
Cities 104, 102731, 2020
422020
Stakeholder management in ports: a conceptual framework integrating insights from research in strategy, corporate social responsibility and port management
M Dooms, A Verbeke
IAME 2007 Annual Conference, 2007
422007
Determinants of sustainability reporting in the present institutional context: the case of port managing bodies
M Geerts, M Dooms, L Stas
Sustainability 13 (6), 3148, 2021
402021
Sustainability reporting for inland port managing bodies: A stakeholder-based view on materiality
M Geerts, M Dooms
Sustainability 12 (5), 1726, 2020
382020
A new governance perspective on port–hinterland relationships: The Port Hinterland Impact (PHI) matrix
E Haezendonck, M Dooms, A Verbeke
Maritime Economics & Logistics 16, 229-249, 2014
352014
Dynamic green portfolio analysis for inland ports: An empirical analysis on Western Europe
M Dooms, E Haezendonck, T Valaert
Research in Transportation Business & Management 8, 171-185, 2013
352013
Crafting the integrative value proposition for large scale transport infrastructure hubs: a stakeholder management approach
M Dooms
Asp/Vubpress/Upa, 2010
352010
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