MARITIME GOVERNANCE — SPEED, FLOW, FORM, PROCESS
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Michael Roe, the author of this book, is providing readers with the original analysis of the various problems that commonly face global governance; particular attention has been paid to the shipping industry as it is one of the most globalized industries. Obviously, the difficulties faced by the international maritime shipping industry originate from its globalized nature.
The characteristics of the global governance are mainly dwarfed by the existing problem of fixation meaning that the policies addressing the current safety, security and environment problems are not adequate. The publication will provide a discussion of how exactly the governance could be animated globally to prevent the dynamical development of the maritime industry problems.
The unique approach of the author to the global governance has made this volume a truly essential reading for the policy makers and persons engaged in the analysis of the important maritime issues together with the people interested in governance in a wider sense.
The author has examined the controversies surrounding the governance with specific reference made to the maritime sector. Note that we have another book by Michael Roe on similar subject, it is devoted to the maritime governance and policy-making.
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