• Business
  • Published 2009

LIBERALIZATION IN MARITIME TRANSPORT

@inproceedings{Brooks2009LIBERALIZATIONIM,
  title={LIBERALIZATION IN MARITIME TRANSPORT},
  author={Mary R. Brooks and A William},
  year={2009}
}
This paper explores the state of liberalization in maritime shipping. It first examines sectors of the market that are liberalized and then narrows its focus to look at the cabotage rules of certain OECD countries, comparing the more liberalized markets with those that are most protected. In an era of trade liberalization and new public management approaches to governance, it seems surprising that further liberalization has not happened in regional markets. The inefficiencies that materialize… CONTINUE READING

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