Dimitrios Theocharis is currently a PhD Candidate at Cardiff Business School, and his research topic is on the economic feasibility of the Northern Sea Route for the tanker market. His research interests are in the areas of maritime transport, shipping economics, transport geography, energy and trade. He holds a BSc in Economics from Democritus University of Thrace, Greece, an MSc in International Transport from Cardiff Business School and an MSc in Social Science Research Methods from Cardiff University. He was awarded a UK ESRC 3+1 Studentship to embark on a PhD at Cardiff Business School.
- Maritime Transport
- Shipping Economics
- Transport Geography
- Cost Modelling
- BST837 Shipping Management & Finance (MSc), Lead Tutor
- BST135 Operations Management (MSc), Teaching Assistant
- Theocharis, D. et al. 2019. Feasibility of the Northern Sea Route: The role of distance, fuel prices, ice breaking fees and ship size for the product tanker market. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 129, 111-135 (10.1016/j.tre.2019.07.003)
- Theocharis, D. Approaches of the profitability of Arctic shipping in the literature. In: Lasserre, F., Faury, O. Eds. Arctic Shipping Climate Change, Commercial Traffic and Port Development, Routledge, pp. 23-39. (10.4324/9781351037464)
- Theocharis, D. et al. 2019. Viability of the Northern Sea Route for the product tanker segment: The role of distance, ship size and fuel prices. Presented at: International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Athens, Greece, 25-28 June 2019.
- Theocharis, D. et al. 2018. Arctic shipping: A systematic literature review of comparative studies. Journal of Transport Geography 69, 112-128 (10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2018.04.010)
- Theocharis, D. et al. 2017. A systematic literature review of maritime routing studies with a specific focus on arctic shipping. Presented at: International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) Conference, Kyoto, Japan, 27-30 June 2017.
- Theocharis, D. et al. 2015. An assessment of the potential feasibility for oil transport using the Arctic northern sea route compared to the Suez Canal. Presented at: Logistics Research Network (LRN) Annual Conference, Derby, UK, 9-11 September 2015.
Feasibility of the Northern Sea Route: Cases from the oil product tanker market
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) 3+1 PhD Studentship