People

Michael Dooms

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Dr. Michaël Dooms is affiliated as professor with the Solvay Business School at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). At the VUB, he teaches courses in Management and Strategy, Organization Design & Change and is responsible for the internship program and the foreign trade mission. He won the 2011 Palgrave MacMillan MEL PhD Competition (4th edition) with his PhD Thesis. He is a member of PortEconomics.eu and a member of the Port Performance Research Network (PPRN), where he co-animates the port authority strategy group. His other research interests are in the fields of complex project evaluation (of large scale infrastructure projects), internationalisation strategies and corporate strategy. He has worked as a project manager and researcher on several research and consulting projects, which need a multi-disciplinary (integration of technical, economic and environmental criteria) and multi-stakeholder (public and private sector, local communities) approach. From 2013 onwards, he has lead the PORTOPIA project (www.portopia.eu), a large EU-FP7 collaborative research project on port performance measurement.

Project Clusters

Results

Stakeholder management for port sustainability: Moving from ad-hoc to structural approaches

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Vers une collaboration des parties prenantes villes-ports plus bénéfique ?

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Creating an industry-level business model for sustainability: the case of the European ports industry.

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Green pricing decision-making: tackling uncertainty in the case of port infrastructure

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Environmental differentiated port pricing: The case of the Hamburg-Le Havre range

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Projects

Measuring the social license to operate for ports

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