Ports, Cities, and Global Supply Chains
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Contents: Introduction, James Wang, Daniel Olivier, Theo Notteboom and Brian Slack. Part 1 Conceptualization of Port-Cities and Global Supply Chains: Supply chain and supply chain management: appropriate concepts for maritime studies, Valentina Carbone and Elisabeth Gouvernal; Global supply chain integration and competitiveness of port terminals, Photis M. Panayides; The terminalisation of seaports, Brian Slack; Re-assessing port-hinterland relationships in the context of global supply chains, Theo Notteboom and Jean-Paul Rodrigue. Part 2 Shipping Networks and Port Development: The development of global container transhipment terminals, Alfred J. Baird; Mediterranean ports in the global network: how to make the hub and spoke paradigm sustainable?, Enrico Musso and Francesco Parola; Northern European range: shipping line concentration and port hierarchy, Antoine Fremont and Martin Soppe; Factors influencing the landward movement of containers: the cases of Halifax and Vancouver, Robert J. McCalla. Part 3 Inserting Port-Cities into Global Supply Chains: Globalization and the port-urban interface: conflicts and opportunities, Yehuda Hayuth; A metageography of port-city relationships, Cesar Ducruet; Chinese port-cities in the global supply chains, James Wang and Daniel Olivier; The economic performance of seaport regions, Peter W. De Langen. Part 4 Corporate Perspectives on the Insertion of Ports in Global Supply Chains: The success of Asian container port operators: the role of information technology, Daniel Olivier and Francesco Parola; Which link in which chain? Inserting Durban into global automotive supply chains, Peter V. Hall and Glen Robbins; Sustainable development and corporate strategies of the maritime industry, Claude Comtois and Brian Slack; References; Index.