A Simple Model for Estimating Newbuilding Costs
AbstractThis paper presents a simple model for estimating newbuilding costs. Regression equations are estimated on a large data set of recent 2003–2007 shipyard deliveries reported in Lloyd's Shipping Economist. The equations developed in this paper can be used in a wide variety of economic analyses involving new ship construction and operating costs. The models presented here capture the most modern design and construction techniques, and most up-to-date cost information, compared to those previously described in the literature. Maritime Economics & Logistics (2008) 10, 310–321. doi:10.1057/mel.2008.8
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