Martin Humphreys

World Bank

Lead Transport Economist

Martin Humphreys is a Lead Transport Economist and the Global Lead for Transport Connectivity and Regional Integration, Maritime Transport and Logistics at the World Bank. He has been working in the transport sector for nearly 30 years in a number of different countries/regions, including inter alia, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Eastern Europe, Russia, South Asia, Central Asia, East Asia, the South Caucasus, the Baltic States, and the Western Balkan countries, and Eastern and Southern Africa. His experience covers roads, railways, inland waterways and maritime ports, public private partnerships, and trade and transport facilitation, in post-conflict, fragile, and low and middle income countries. Martin has a first degree in Economics, and a Master’s Degree and Ph.D in Transport Economics.

Sessions With Martin Humphreys

Tuesday, 22 June

  • 03:15pm - 04:15pm (CET) / 22/jun/2021 01:15 pm - 22/jun/2021 02:15 pm

    Data Collaboration

    Demystifying Data Collaboration


    The results of the recent IMO FAL survey of world ports made one thing clear - the technology is not the issue when its comes to data collaboration - it is the willingness of stakeholders to collaborate and the existence of legal frameworks to enable interoperability. In this session, obtain clarity on just what data collaboration entails - not in bites and bits, but from a stakeholder perspective