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The subject Direction of the Maritime Transport, will allow to take decisions related with the most effective and efficient way of the transporte of goods by means of the maritime route optimizing the utilization of this mode of transporte together with other modes to transfer the goods not only of Puerto to Port, but from Door to Door.
In addition, it offers tools to strategically manage maritime transporte based on the different types of cargo, goods and port conditions at origin and destination.
It also allows you to plan the maritime transporte of goods by combining it with other modes of transporte (integrated transporte) and body for international conditions and laws.
This subject has methodological and digital resources to make possible its continuity in non-contact mode in the case of being necessary for reasons related to the Covid-19. In this way, the achievement of the same knowledge and skills that are specified in this teaching plan will be ensured.
The TecnoCampus will make available to teachers and students the digital tools needed to carry out the course, as well as guides and recommendations that facilitate adaptation to the non-contact mode.
• Develop and make decisions, based on the understanding of the international geopolitics of maritime transporte knowing its world order
• Lead work teams within the actors, elements and structures of Maritime Transport
• Develop a maritime transporte contract in both modalities: in the Knowledge Regime and in the Charter Regime.
MD1.Master class: expository class sessions based on the teacher's explanation in which they attend
all students enrolled in the subject.
MD3. Presentations: multimedia formats that support face-to-face classes.
MD4. Video capsules: resource in video format, which includes contents or demonstrations of the axes
thematic of the subject. These capsules are integrated into the structure of the subject and serve students to review as many times as necessary the ideas or proposals that the teacher needs to highlight from their classes.
MD5. Seminars: face-to-face format in small work groups. These are sessions linked to the sessions
face-to-face courses that offer a practical perspective and in which student participation is key.
MD6. Debates and forums: face-to-face or online conversations, depending on the objectives of the teacher
responsible for the subject pursue. The debates have a start and end date and are energized by the teacher
MD7. Case study: dynamics that start from the study of a case that serves to contextualize the '
studying in a specific situation, the teacher can propose different activities, both individually and in groups.
MD9. Solving exercises and problems: non-contact activity dedicated to solving exercises
practical from the data provided by the teacher.
MD10. Research and critical reading of articles. Students start from a working hypothesis that
they will develop, following the phases of the research methodology, among which is critical reading
MD11. Non-contact tutorials: why the student will have telematic resources such as mail
electronic and ESCSET intranet resources.
Topic 1: Dra. Rosana Salama Benazar- Geopolitics and Maritime Transport Policy
Topic 2: Dra. Rosana Salama Benazar- Transport management: Key business processes Actors, elements and structure of maritime transporte
Topic 3: Dra. Rosana Salama Benazar - International Transport and Integrated Transport Chains
Topic 4: Dr. Pau Morales Fusco - Transport planning and optimization
Topic 5: Dr. Pau Morales Fusco - Execution of transporte, subcontracting, bidding
Topic 6th Dr. Pau Morales Fusco - Direct skills in maritime transporte
Resolution of practical cases.
Various exercises in classes.
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ACTIVITIES DEVELOPED IN THE CLASSROOM
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Stopford, M. (2008). Maritime Economics. 3rd ed. London, Routledge.
Mihailovic, D. (2008). Geopolitics and global order: possibilities for a new southernism. Revista Maracanan, 3 (3), 155-178.
Montori D., A .; Escribano M., C., Martínez M., JE (2015). Maritime Transport Manual. 1st ed. Editorial, ICG Marge, SL Available in: https://www.margebooks.com/es/281767/manual-transportee-maritimo.htm
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Salama B., Rosana. (2009). Effects of Globalization on Regular Service Shipping Lines in Venezuela. Caribbean Maritime University. 1, 124.
Salama Benazar, Rosana, Senbursa, N. (2013). Cost efficiency measures in maritime electronic communications. Journal of Maritime Research, 10 (3), 51-60. Available in https://www.jmr.unican.es/index.php/jmr/article/view/275
Ministry of Public Works. (2011). Observatory of land and sea intermodal transporte. Available in: https://www.fomento.gob.es/NR/rdonlyres/DF10A112-74FF-482F-8953-67DE0DDF3D24/103643/OBSERVATORIO_Documento_Final.pdf
Third R., RL (2017). Analysis of port costs: application to the case of scale of a container ship in the port of the Bay of Cadiz. Final degree project in business administration. University of Cadiz.
Romero S., Rosa, Esteve F., A., Soler G., D. (2017). Maritime Transport of Goods. 1st. ed. ICG Marge, SL
Cerbán-Jiménez, Mar, Piniella-Corbacho, F. (2014). The great routes of world trade. Statistical and Cartographic Information of Andalusia, N ° 4, pp. 57-65. Available at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/263734550_Las_Grandes_Rutas_del_Comercio_Mundial