Yuen Kum Fai

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According to Wikipedia, Yuen Kum Fai is a Singaporean academic specialising in maritime studies, strategy, and sustainable management. He is currently an assistant professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is an appointed associate editor for Maritime Policy & Management, which is indexed by Web of Science and the flagship journal of international shipping and port research run by Taylor & Francis. In addition, he is an advisory board member for Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives owned by Elsevier. He is also an invited guest editor for the journal, Sustainability, on the special issue 'Sustainable Maritime Transportation Management and Policies', and for Maritime Policy & Management on the special issue 'Artificial Intelligence & Big Data in Shipping'. He is the recipient of the Inauguration Grant which is part of a Singapore Teaching and Academic Research Talent Scheme that aims to attract Singaporean academics to join Singapore's autonomous universities as pre-tenure assistant professors. His research interests include sustainable shipping management, service quality, supply chain integration, transport economics, and technology and innovation management. As of Sep-2020, Yuen has published over 70 international journal papers. According to Scopus, his h-index and citations are 17 and 663, respectively.

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