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Department of Maritime and Mechanical Engineering

Dr Chia-Hsun Chang

Biography

Dr Chia-Hsun Chang has started his position as Lecturer in Maritime Studies and LOOM member since July 2017. Before joining the LJMU faculty team, he was an Assistant Professor in Chung-Ang University in South Korea and a Research Fellow in Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He obtained his PhD in maritime management from Plymouth University. His research interests include maritime management, risk management, and logistics management. His methodology mainly focuses on statistics empirical analysis, including Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), Factor Analysis, Structural Equation Modelling (SEM), etc. He is keen in collaborating with others in areas of mutual interests.

Career Profile
2017 – present, Lecturer in Maritime Studies, LJMU
2015 – 2017, Assistant Professor in Chung-Ang University, Korea
2014 – 2015, Research Fellow in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2013, Lecturer (part time) in Plymouth University International College
2010, Research Assistant in Plymouth University
2008, Research Assistant in National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Roles on external bodies
Reviewer of Transportation Research Part A
Reviewer of Transportation Research Part D
Reviewer of Safety Science
Reviewer of International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics
Reviewer of International Journal of Maritime Engineering
Reviewer of International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications
Reviewer of Journal of Transport Geography
Reviewer of Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics
Reviewer of Maritime Policy and Management
Reviewer of Maritime Business Review
Reviewer of International Association of Maritime Economists Conference

Languages

Chinese (Mandarin)
English

Degrees

2013, Plymouth University, United Kingdom, PhD

Publications

Journal article

Chang C, Thai VV. 2018. Shippers’ choice behaviour on choosing transport mode: a case of ASEAN region Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 33 :199-210 >DOI

Chang C-H, Lai P-L. 2017. An evaluation of logistics policy enablers between Taiwan and the UK Maritime Business Review, 2 :2-20 >DOI

Chang CH, Xu J, Song DP. 2016. Impact of different factors on the risk perceptions of employees in container shipping companies: a case study of Taiwan International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics, 8 :361-361 >DOI

Chang CH, Thai VV. 2016. Do port security quality and service quality influence customer satisfaction and loyalty? Maritime Policy and Management, 43 :720-736 >DOI

Chang C-H, Xu J, Song D-P. 2015. Risk analysis for container shipping: from a logistics perspective The International Journal of Logistics Management, 26 :147-171 >DOI

Chang C-H, Xu J, Song D-P. 2014. An analysis of safety and security risks in container shipping operations: A case study of Taiwan Safety Science, 63 :168-178 >DOI

Xu J, Dinwoodie J, Chang C-H. 2012. Seeing is believing: Developing research skills in international maritime students through authentic learning The International Journal of Management Education, 10 :50-60 >DOI

Conference publication

Chang C, Song D-P, Xu J. Evaluating risk mitigation strategies in container shipping supply chain International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2012

Chang C, Xu J, Song DP. Impact of different factors on risk perceptions of employees in container shipping companies IFSPA 2014

Chang C, Xu J, Song DP. An analysis of safety and security risks in container shipping supply chain: a case study in Taiwan International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2013

Chang C, Thai VV. Shippers’ choice behaviour on choosing transport mode: a case of ASEAN region International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2015

Chang C, Thai VV. An Evaluation of Port Security Quality, Port Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction, and Customer Loyalty: The Case of Kaohsiung Port International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2015

Chang C, Lin CC. An evaluation of the impact of safety marketing on logistics operations International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME) 2017

Engagement & Impact

Award:

Curriculum Enhancement Project proposal (2017/18), Liverpool John Moores University

Research Grants Awarded:

IAMU, Cybersecurity in the maritime industry, Grant value (£): 15348.61, Duration of research project: 1

CILT, Risk evaluation of maritime autonomous surface ships in the UK, Grant value (£): 7500, Duration of research project: 1