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Title
IAME 2011 contemporary studies on maritime transport in Latin America
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Abstract
Latin America and the Caribbean have evolved as a region of increased interest for the maritime and port industry as well as for academic research. Maritime transport activity in the region has experienced sustained growth rates over the last decades, resulting in ever-increasing demand for maritime services and port infrastructure. At the 2011 Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME), Latin America received significant attention. This editorial responds to growing research by giving a brief overview of the current situation and contemporary issues in maritime transport within the region. It also introduces the six selected papers for this Special Issue.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Maritime policy and management. - London, 1997, currens
Publication
London : 2012
ISSN
0308-8839
Volume/pages
39:6(2012), p. 549-554
ISI
000310739300001
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Creation 14.11.2012
Last edited 11.08.2017
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