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New Grammenos Library honours Professor Costas Grammenos

Wednesday, 9 December, 2009

The academic influence of Professor Costas Grammenos, Founder and Head of the Centre for Shipping, Trade and Finance at Cass, has been further recognised by the creation of The Grammenos Library, a series of academic titles focused on issues affecting the international shipping industry.
The Grammenos Library, published by informa, brings together contributions from a wide range of internationally known academics offering practical and academic analysis of the business of shipping.
The Grammenos Library examines subjects as diverse as commodity and trade finance, to port operations and piracy.The Handbook of Maritime Economics and Business is the founding title in The Grammenos Library.  It brings together, for the first time, contributions of over fifty international known academics on topics in the broad areas of maritime economics and business.
Other books include Commodity Trade and Finance, by Cass Professor Michael Tamvakis; Future Challenges for the Port and Shipping Sector; and Maritime Safety, Security and Piracy.
Professor Steve Haberman, Deputy Dean of Cass, says: Professor Grammenos is the world's leading academic in the field of shipping finance and it is a fitting accolade for his work to be recognised in such a prestigious manner.
To purchase copies of titles from The Grammenos Library please use the links below:
The Handbook of Maritime Economics and Business, Commodity Trade and Finance, Future Challenges for the Port and Shipping Sector, Maritime Safety, Security and Piracy

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