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  • Author:
    Malcolm Tull,James Reveley
  • ISBN:
    1845423992
  • ISBN13:
    978-1845423995
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    Edward Elgar Pub (June 8, 2008)
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    181 pages
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This timely book is the first to take a regional perspective on port reform and port privatisation. A range of countries are examined. This book is an excellent reference on the state of port reform throughout the Asia-Pacific region. While there have been a number of articles in recent years on port reform in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Korea and Singapore, much of the Asia-Pacific region has been overlooked.

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Start by marking Port Privatisation: The Asia Pacific Experience (Transport Economics, Management And Policy) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The book's contributors are academic specialists in the fields of port economics and management, whose country studies illustrate a variety of port privatisation methods and outcomes in an economically, politically and culturally diverse region connected by extensive maritime trade networks. Significantly, the book concludes that privatisation of ports is an important but far from universal approach to reforming the region's ports.

International Economics Books. Transport Economics, Management, and Policy. Reveley, James, Tull, Malcolm. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Report incorrect product info or prohibited items. Port Privatisation : The Asia-Pacific Experience. Edward Elgar Publishing.

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Economic Papers: A journal of applied economics and policy 20 (3), 75-99, 2001. Port Privatisation: The Asia-Pacific Experience, 17-39, 2008. Privatisation of portsAn evaluation of the Malaysian experience. Economic Papers: A journal of applied economics and policy 21 (4), 63-79, 2002. Contradictory rights and unintended consequences: the early impact of the Employment Relations Act on the New Zealand waterfront.

In J. Reveley & M. Tull (Ed., Port Privatisation: The Asia-Pacific Experience (pp. 17-43). Port Privatisation: The Asia-Pacific Experience. 150309 - logistics and supply chain management. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. International Standard Book Number (isbn) 13. 9781845423995. Additional Document Info. 43. Place Of Publication. Reveley, J. & Tull, M. (2008). Privatisation Postponed: Convergence and Divergence in Australian and New Zealand Port Reform.

Port Privatisation The Asia-Pacific Experience. Transport Economics, Management and Policy series. This timely book is the first to take a regional perspective on port reform and port privatisation.

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Malcolm Tull & James Reveley, 2002 "The optimal port privatization levels under inter-port competition: Considering both horizontal and vertical differentiation," Economics.

Meeusen, Wim & van den Broeck, Julien, 1977. Malcolm Tull & James Reveley, 2002. Privatisation Of Ports - An Evaluation Of The Malaysian Experience," Economic Papers, The Economic Society of Australia, vol. 21(4), pages 63-79, December. John Vickers & George Yarrow, 1991. The optimal port privatization levels under inter-port competition: Considering both horizontal and vertical differentiation," Economics Discussion Papers 2018-84, Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW).

The transformation of public ports into commercially orientated and profitable entities is occurring apace in the Asia-Pacific region. This timely book is the first to take a regional perspective on port reform and port privatisation. A range of countries are examined, including China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.The book's contributors are academic specialists in the fields of port economics and management, whose country studies illustrate a variety of port privatisation methods and outcomes in an economically, politically and culturally diverse region connected by extensive maritime trade networks. Significantly, the book concludes that privatisation of ports is an important but far from universal approach to reforming the region's ports. Focusing exclusively on port privatisation in the Asia-Pacific region, this book will be of great interest to academics and policymakers who are interested in port reform, together with those interested in privatisation more generally in the Asia-Pacific region.