Photis M. Panayides is Professor in Shipping and Maritime Economics and Vice Rector (Economic Planning and Development), at the Cyprus University of Technology. His passion is to add value to the learning experience of his students through effective teaching and high caliber research.
Prof. Panayides has 21 years of academic experience and his interests include Maritime Economics, Ship Management, Port Economics and Management and Chartering.
Prof. Panayides has authored four books: Principles of Chartering (2014, 2 nd edition 2016, available from Amazon.com), Recent Developments in International Shipping Finance (Informa, 2002); Professional Ship Management: Marketing and Strategy (Ashgate, 2001); and International Ship Management: Market Analysis and Strategic Opportunities (IIR Publications, 1999) and co-edited the books Maritime Logistics: Contemporary Issues (Emerald, 2012) and Maritime Logistics: A Complete Guide to Effective Shipping and Port Management (Kogan Page, 2012, 2 nd edition 2015). He is contracted to author the book Shipping Performance Management (Series: Lloyd’s List Practical Guides, 2018) and to edit the book Routledge Handbook of Maritime Management (Routledge, 2018). He is also co-editing (with Prof. I. Visvikis) the book Shipping Operations Management (Springer, 2017).
Prof. Panayides has published several scientific journal papers in such journals as The Journal of Business Logistics, Transportation Research E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Transportation Research A, Maritime Economics and Logistics, International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, Maritime Policy and Management.
Prof. Panayides serves on the editorial board of the academic journals Transportation Research E, Maritime Policy & Management, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management and the Journal of Business Logistics. In 2009 Prof. Panayides was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Cyprus Ports Authority and also served as Vice-President of the Board from 2013-2016. He also served on the Council of the International Association of Maritime Economists (2004- 2010).