PORTS IN PROXIMITY — COMPETITION AND COORDINATION AMONG ADJACENT SEAPORTS
|Author(s)||Theo Notteboom, Cesar Ducruet|
|Publisher||Ashgate Pub. Co.|
|D O W N L O A D|
Some ten years back the ITMMA and the Department for Regional, Port and Transport Economics of Erasmus University Rotterdam jointly organized a conference on the theme "Ports in proximity". The theme of ports in proximity is highly relevant: while most of the port users are international companies, most ports are governed by local institutions.
The present volume has been released to provide a good overview of the most important modern researches concerning a broad range of case studies of international nature. The authors of the publication have applied the major effective concepts of supply chain management as well as strategic management and transport and port economics throughout the content of the volume in order to let their readers get to the proper understanding of all processes that are commonly underlying both functional and spatial dynamics.
They have also performed examination of the opportunities existing there between the adjacent and competing sea ports, identifying the paths for the further joint researches and studies. Have a close look if you are interested in a subject area of shipping industry and you will find so much of useful information inside.
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