The Plymouth Studies in Contemporary Shipping and Logistics series represents a unique collection of papers and edited texts from the leading maritime institute in Western Europe at the University of Plymouth. It covers all aspects of the industry from operations through to the logistical framework that supports the sector. Designed both for practising academics and the shipping and ports industry itself, the series, combining the output from some of the leading academic commentators in the world from the UK, Korea, Germany and Poland, is an original and novel contribution to the maritime debate.
Shipping in the Baltic Region
Shipping in China
Mahmut Celal Barla, Osman Kamil Sag, Richard Gray
April 30, 2017
Turkey is one of the largest and most important shipping and logistics centres in the world. This edited collection brings together industrialists actively involved in the shipping trade with an interdisciplinary team of academics from the region to provide a unique, broad perspective on the ...
April 30, 2017
This text provides an original contribution to the maritime literature focusing on developments in this field in the Baltic Region. This part of the world has seen dramatic changes in recent years, particularly with the collapse of the Communist led regimes in Poland and the Soviet Union, and the ...
Dong-Wook Song, Kevin Cullinane
June 28, 2017
This work applies the theory and techniques of economic efficiency measurement to the realistic context of the ports industry. The objective is to assess the practical impact of port privatization policies upon the economic performance of the sector. Specifically, this volume presents Korea’s port...
Michael Roe, Tae-Woo Lee, Mingnan Shen, Mingnan Shen
October 19, 2016
The Chinese shipping industry is a particularly prominent industry and has rapidly expanded over the last decade. Amazingly, literature on the subject is scarce and this is the first book to focus on it specifically. Bringing together a team of well-known shipping, logistics, economics and ...