176 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 240 mm, Gewicht: 440 g
Verlag: Springer Netherlands
Gwilliam Current Issues in Maritime Economics
Current Issues in Maritime Economics addresses three major areas of interest. First, contributors discuss the rapidly changing international context. Second, the relationship between market structure and the workability of competition is analyzed. The final area concerns the decision processes of firms in the changing shipping world. Individually these papers might have found their way into volumes on subjects as disparate as business finance, industrial structure, mathematical modelling or political philosophy. Together they offer a broad representation of both the issues and the style of analysis adopted by many of the world's leading maritime economists.
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1. Maritime Economics in Transition? K.M. Gwilliam. 2. Some Reflections on the Causes of Growth of Korean Shipping; Tai-Woo Lee. 3. Transition from a Planned to a Market Economy: Problems, Tasks, and First Results in Shipping of Eastern Germany; K.-H. Breitzmann. 4. Perspectives and Trends of the European Short Sea Shipping Industry; R.W. Stuchtey, M. Zachcial. 5. Internationalism, Protectionism and Interventionism in shipping; R.O. Gross, P.B. Marlov. 6. Workable Competition, Politics, and Competition Policy in Linear Shipping; T.D. Heaver. 7. Is the Balancing of the World Newbuilding Market on the Long Term a Goal out of Reach? J.-P. Dobler. 8. Social Costs and Pricing in Shipping; S.G. Sturmey. 9. The Optimum Size of Ship and the Impact of User Costs -- An Application to Container Shipping; S. Veldman. 10. Freight Futures and Chartering: A Contigent Claims Analysis Approach to the Optimal Operational and Investment Decisions in Bulk Shipping; F. de O. Goncalves. 11. Sensitivity Analysis of Risk in Shipping Finance; H.E. Haralambides. P