Examination of future challenges for inland navigation by experts in the field
Future Challenges for Inland Navigation: A Scientific Appraisal of the Consequences of Possible Strategic and Economic Developments up to 2030 (2011)
Future challenges for inland navigation is a collection of scientific and sector-oriented contributions by authors from the field of inland navigation, viz. academics, researchers and experts from the sector. The contributions cover topics on the consequences of possible strategic and economic developments up to 2030.
The future challenges for inland navigation presented in this book take into account market functioning, technologies and investments in inland navigation, all from a viewpoint of sustainability, in its three facets: economic, social and environmental. The book also presents a number of scenarios for possible strategies that the various market players may adopt and insights into the anticipated economic consequences.
This book is intended as a reference to inland shipping operators, shipbuilding companies, financial institutes, stevedores, port authorities, shippers, freight forwarders, consultants, researchers, public administrations and policy makers.
With contributions from Marjan Beelen, Leo Clinckers, Hilde Crevits, Monica Grosso, Paresa Markianidou, Tom Pauwels, Harald Schaffers, Christa Sys, Juergen Troegl, Thierry Vanelslander, Robert Hekkenberg, Hugo Grimmelius, Gabriel Mialocq, Edwin van Hassel, Edwin Verberght, Robert Tieman and Peter de Vos.
ABOUT THE EDITOR:
Dr. Thierry Van Elslander holds the BNP Paribas Fortis Chair on transport, logistics and ports. He is course co-ordinator for several courses and is involved in the Marie Curie and Asia Link training programmes.
Published: April 2011
This book ships from Belgium.
- ISBN: 9789054878544
- Publisher: University Press Antwerp
- Author: Thierry Van Elslander and Christa Sys (eds.)
- Language: English
- Type: Paperback (150 pages)
Price: 23.58 €
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