2 edition of European integration and maritime transport found in the catalog.
European integration and maritime transport
Nikolaos E. Farantouris
Includes bibliographical references (p. -465) and index.
|Statement||Nikolaos E. Farantouris.|
|LC Classifications||KJE6927 .F37 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||465 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||465|
|ISBN 10||9601509003, 2802718088|
|LC Control Number||2005374730|
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European integration is the process of industrial, political, legal, economic, social and cultural integration of states wholly or partially in Europe or nearby.
European integration has primarily come about through the European Union and its policies. Maritime transport is the linchpin of the global economy, acting as the physical support for its flows of freight.
Although containerization was an important driver of Author: Jean-Paul Rodrigue. For Europe, maritime transport has been a catalyst for economic development and prosperity throughout its history. Maritime Transport enables trade and contacts between all European nations.
It ensures the security of supply of energy, food and commodities and provides the main vehicle for European imports and exports to the rest of the world. During the s there were two major developments to the Common EU Maritime Transport Policy (CMTP): the establishment of European Union policies on safe seas and on shortsea shipping respectively.
This book critically analyzes and appraises these and other developments to the CMTP in this period, while also studying policy Europeanization. Maritime Transport and Regional Sustainability. is a critical examination on how the maritime transport sector helps regions to achieve their sustainability goals, especially focusing on the challenges posed by climate change.
This book analyzes maritime transport from multiple perspectives, establishing a strong theoretical European integration and maritime transport book drawn on evidence from both the.
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The development of a seamless web of integrated transport chains, linking road, rail and waterways is a key objective of the EU's Common Transport Policy, as outlined in the White Paper "European transport policy for time to decide".
Since the White Paper on Transport, a lot has been achieved. Further market opening has taken place in aviation, road and partly in rail transport. The European Maritime Transport Space without Barriers should be further developed into a “Blue Belt” of free maritime movement in and around Europe, and waterborne transport should be.
Transport is a cornerstone of European integration and is vital for fulfilling the free movement of individuals, services and goods. Transport is also a major contributor to the economy, representing more than 9% of EU gross value added (the contribution to the economy).
Transport services alone accounted for around € billion in gross. European Maritime Policy 3. Policies Integration Research Industry Transport Employment External relations Book May Maritime Conference May First progress.
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Michael B. Miller, Europe and the Maritime World: A Twentieth Century History. New York: Cambridge University Press, xvi + pp. $99 (hardcover), ISBN: Reviewed for by Richard Sicotte, Department of Economics, University of Vermont.
Get this from a library. Maritime transport policy: improving the competitiveness, safety and security of European shipping. [European Commission. Directorate-General for Energy and Transport.;] -- Recoge: Preface - Maritime transport: a vital sector - Efficient multimodal logistics in Europe - Improving Europe's commercial sea ports - Maritime security: protection - Maritime.
The European short sea shipping market can be divided in five major regional markets, each with its own characteristics; the Black Sea, the Mediterranean, the Atlantic Range, the North Sea and the Baltic.
In total freight transport by short sea shipping in the EU amounted to billion tons or 59% of total EU maritime goods transport.
Government Europa explores the advance of maritime transport technology, which is feeding into manufacturing for shipping. Like the autonomous vehicles of the present, vessels and maritime transport could soon see more and more advances in Author: Aran Noden.
Policy. An Overview of Maritime Freight Transport Patterns By Isabel Novo-Corti1, Fernando González-Laxe 2 Universidad de A Coruña. Spain. Abstract: In order to unblock major transport routes and to ensure sustainable mobility, the changing of freight road to rail or maritime transport is an European Union objective.
During the s there were two major developments to the Common EU Maritime Transport Policy (CMTP): the establishment of European Union policies on safe seas and on shortsea shipping respectively.
This book critically analyzes and appraises these and other developments to the CMTP in this period, while also studying policy by: The International Journal of Maritime History (IJMH) is the journal of the International Maritime Economic History Association.
The IJMH is a fully-refereed, quarterly publication which addresses the maritime dimensions of economic, social, cultural, and environmental history. The Review of Maritime Transport is an UNCTAD flagship publication, published annually since Around 80 per cent of the volume of international trade in goods is carried by sea, and the percentage is even higher for most developing countries.
Container Logistics bridges this gap and looks at the maritime business from a customer's perspective. The book examines the challenges, solutions and the latest developments in the container industry as well as the interaction between the different actors involved, such as freight forwarders, supply chain managers and : Rolf Neise.
This book explores advances in European space policy and their significance for European integration. Using a ‘framing’ methodology, it addresses central questions in European studies in order to form an interdisciplinary bridge between current research in space policy and contemporary European political : Thomas Hoerber, Paul Stephenson.Comparative North American and European gateway logistics: the regionalism of freight distribution JP Rodrigue, T Notteboom Journal of Transport Geography 18 (4),Book Description.
Space policy is at the cutting edge of current EU policy developments and is a fascinating object of study, involving multiple and diverse actors. It is also an original and contemporary lens for studying European policy-making. This book explores advances in European space policy and their significance for European integration.