Asian Container Ports: Development, Competition and Co-operation by K. CullinaneAsian Container Ports: Development, Competition and Co-operation by K. Cullinane

Asian Container Ports: Development, Competition and Co-operation

byK. Cullinane

Hardcover | November 28, 2006

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This book applies an overarching theme of 'Development, Competition and Co-operation' to container ports in Asia. Major trends are identified and concrete examples offer insights into the nature of relationships between the main ports in the region. It aids understanding of port development within the context of Asian trade and economic growth.
TAO CHEN Associate Professor, Department of Shipping and Logistics Management, Kai Nan University, Taiwan SAM-HYUN CHO Research Fellow, Busan Development Institute, Korea YUN-SU HUR Research Fellow, Busan Development Institute, Korea HAJIME INAMURA Department of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Japan KAZUHIKO...
Title:Asian Container Ports: Development, Competition and Co-operationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:247 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.63 inPublished:November 28, 2006Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230001955

ISBN - 13:9780230001954

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Table of Contents

CONTENTS: List of Figures List of Tables Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors PART ONE: INTRODUCTION - Introduction; D-W.Song & K. Cullinane PART TWO: PORTS IN NORTHERN ASIA Shanghai: a Newly and Rapidly Developing Hub Port; B-L.Song Busan: the Future Logistics Hub of Northeast Asia; D-K.Ryoo & Y-S.Hur Kobe: One of the Most Developed Ports in Japan; H.Inamura, R.Shibsaki &K.Ishiguro - Yokohama: Japan's Next Superport; H.Inamura, R.Shibsaki & K.Ishiguro PART THREE: PORTS IN CENTRAL ASIA Kaoshuing: Pending Direction; T.Chen - Hong Kong: Asia's World Port; P.Wong PART FOUR: PORTS IN SOUTHERN ASIA Singapore: the Premier Hub in Southeast Asia; J.Tongzon - Tanjung Pelepas: the Fitire Regional Hub Port; C.H.Leong PART FIVE: COMPETITION AND CO-OPERATION - Shanghai and Ningbo: In Search of an Identity for the Chanjiang Delta Region; J.Wang & D.Olivier - Hong Kong and Shenzhen: the Nexus in South China; J.Wang & D.Olivier - Singapore & Tamgjung Pelepas: Co-operation or Competition?; J.Tongzon - Busan and Gwangyang: One Country, Two Port System; G-T.Yeo & S-H.Cho - Index

Editorial Reviews

'I found it informative, interesting and for the most part very easy to digest. I learned much from it and would recommend it to all serious Maritime Studies students and practitioners.' - Professor Patrick Alderton, Maritime Policy Management'An authoritative account, certainly, well referenced and with an absolute wealth of well-presented information and reader-friendly indexing. Most enlightening.' - Matthew Winter, Logistics& Transport Focus