Naima Saeed is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at the School of Business and Law at the University of Agder.
She has a Ph.D. in Logistics from Molde University College (Norway), with a specialization in Maritime Economics. The subject of the dissertation was “Competition and Cooperation among Container Terminals in Pakistan: with emphasis on Game Theoretical Analysis.”
Her current research is focused on port competition and cooperation, maritime connectivity, and measures to improve ports’ efficiency.
Saeed has published papers in well-acknowledged international peer-reviewed scientific journals, including European Journal of Operational Research, Maritime Economics & Logistics, Research in Transportation Economics, Transportation Research Record, Maritime Policy & Management, International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics, NETNOMICS, and Case Studies on Transport Policy.
Saeed received the third best paper award in port competitiveness and competition session at IAME 2019 conference in Athens, Greece. She has served as a referee for several academic journals.
Before joining the University of Agder, Saeed worked as an Associate Professor in Logistics at Molde University College. She has also worked on two European Union projects and was responsible for developing distance-learning courses in Maritime Logistics and Maritime Value Chain. She has also worked as a consultant in a project financed by the VRI program of The Research Council of Norway.
Saeed is a member of the Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions’ committee for the research methods course (2016-2020).
Doctoral and Master thesis students:
Member of the research group "Emerging Markets" at the School of Business and Law, UIA.
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