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by Theo Notteboom
- ISBN: 9044112902
- Category: Money & Business
- Author: Theo Notteboom
- Subcategory: Industries
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Garant Uitgevers N V (June 30, 2002)
- Pages: 154 pages
- FB2 size: 1485 kb
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Current issues in port logistics and intermodality. Institute of Transport and Maritime Management Antwerp and Institute of Maritime Transport and Seaborne Trade. International shipping. Lloyd’s list practical guides. Its main contribution is (1) to generate statistically quantifiable measures of port efficiency from a survey of Latin American common user ports, and (2) to estimate a model of waterborne transport costs, including the previously generated port efficiency measures as explanatory variables.
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Recent literature has addressed the impact of changes in logistics on the functional role of ports and shipping in value chains. Robinson (2002) places the role of seaports within a new paradigm of ports as elements in value-driven chain systems.