Economics and logistics in short and deep sea market. Studies in honor of Guido Grimaldi Founder Grimaldi Group
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Massimo Albanese, Federica Archibugi, Enrico Beretta, Sergio Bologna, Anna Arianna Buonfanti, Fabio Carlucci, Fabio Cirà, Maria Inés Cusano, Alessandro Dalle Vacche, Claudio Ferrari, Adriano Giannola, Rocco Giordano, Hercules Haralambides, Tullio Jappelli, Andrea Migliardi, Alessandro Panaro, Lucio Siviero, Laurence Stevens, Christa Sys, Alessio Tei, Eddy Van de Voorde, Thierry Vanelslander
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pp. 304,      1a edizione  2013   (Codice editore 380.391)

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In breve
The text brings together contributions from experts of logistics and economy of the sea, even at the international level. The articles deal with the issues of the economy of the sea, with reference to the Short Shipping, in particular the Mediterranean Sea, which has seen a multiplication of motorways of the sea, especially in connection with North Africa and the Balkans, to the Greece.
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The text brings together contributions from experts of logistics and economy of the sea, even at the international level. The articles deal with the issues of the economy of the sea, with reference to the Short Shipping, in particular the Mediterranean Sea, which has seen a multiplication of motorways of the sea, especially in connection with North Africa and the Balkans, to the Greece. Motorways of the sea can make use of modal itineraries that also involve land modes of transport, along the main longitudinal and transverse corridors provided by the European Union as a matrix of traffic flows.
The contributions are the result of an invitation from the editor to the scholars in the field. Finally, have been selected 12 papers, that during the revision process were found more consistent with the theme of the volume in question.

The Scientific Committee is composed by prof. Ennio Forte, editor of the volume, by prof. Adriano Giannola, who was director of the Department of Economics, President of The SVIMEZ and the Fondazione Banco Napoli, and dr. Gianpaolo Polichetti, Manager of the Grimaldi Group.

Indice


Ennio Forte, Preface
Adriano Giannola, Introduction
Tullio Jappelli, Presentation
The Grimaldi Group
Massimo Albanese, Maria Inés Cusano, Claudio Ferrari, Alessio Tei, West med short sea shipping: from point to point to multi-call services
Federica Archibugi, Land-Based or sea-oriented transport? A review of freight mode choice literature
Enrico Beretta, Alessandro Dalle Vacche, Andrea Migliardi, The port of Genoa: a gateway for the North West of Italy
Sergio Bologna, The shipping tsunami. After the housing and subprime loans bubbles we now have the container shipping bubble the epicentre of this quake has shifted from New York to Hamburg
Fabio Carlucci, Andrea Cirà, Macroeconomic impact of maritime transport: opportunities for western Mediterranean countries
Ennio Forte, New growth strategies in Mediterranean economic relationships: short sea shipping and co-modal corridors
Rocco Giordano, The national logistics plan and co-modal sea transport
Hercules Haralambides, Port management and institutional reform: 30 years of "Theory and Practice"
Ana Cristina Paixão Casaca, Port choice in the European short sea shipping market: a port authorities viewpoint
Alessandro Panaro,
Anna Arianna Buonfanti, Maritime transport in the Med area: analysis of traffic and competitors
Lucio Siviero, The Italian and Campania region shipping industry
Thierry Vanelslander, Laurence Stevens, Christa Sys, Eddy Van de Voorde, Port co-operation: motives, forms and results. Consequences for Ro-Ro.