Co-operation and competition in international container transport: strategies for ports
Hilde Meersman and
E. Van De Voorde
Maritime Policy & Management, 2001, vol. 28, issue 3, 293-305
This paper focuses on the response of port authorities to the changing market environment in which they operate. It documents the changes taking place in the relationships between port authorities and terminal management companies and considers the strategic issues faced by these groups and other port interests. In particular, it investigates the potential conflicts of interest for a port authority in matters related to the level of competition amongst terminals within a port and the amount of competition amongst ports.
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