International Journal of e-Navigation and Maritime Economy
- Semi Annual
- Earth Science(Earth/Atmosphere/Marine/Astronomy) ＞ Marine Sciences
- Earth Science(Earth/Atmosphere/Marine/Astronomy) ＞ Marine Resources
Aim & Scope
The International Journal of e-Navigation and Maritime Economy (e-Navi) is intended to be an outlet for theoretical and empirical research contributions for scholars and specialists in the fields of navigation technology and maritime economy. A multidisciplinary and international refereed journal, it brings together papers on the many different topics that concern the fields of navigation and maritime economy. e-Navi invites manuscripts mainly in the areas of technology, information system, traffic engineering, education and training, policy and law, management and economy in the fields of transport, logistics and navigation. Applications of theory and research in these areas are highly welcomed. We are looking for papers focusing on (but not restricted to) • Maritime Navigation & e-Navigation • Navigation Information System • Maritime Traffic Engineering • IT in Maritime Management • Security & Piracy • GIS in Maritime Applications • Electronic Chart Systems • ECDIS and ECS • Maritime Management & Economics • Maritime Environment & Policy • Maritime Law & Insurance • Maritime Education and Training • Environmental Management • Maritime Search and Rescue • Crew Resource Management • Marine Accidents & Maritime Safety e-Navi aims for contributing the development of human beings by way of promoting and supporting the researches in the fields of navigation and maritime economy with cooperation of researchers, scholars, engineers and specialists. Upon acceptance of an article by the journal, the author(s) will be asked to transfer copyright in the article to the publisher. This will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information and knowledge under the copyright law in Korea. International Journal of e-Navigation and Maritime Economy (e-Navi Journal) is published by International Association of e-Navigation and Ocean Economy, Inc. and sponsored by GMT Co., Ltd.