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Port, maritime, and hinterland development in Southeast Asia / editors, Muhammad Subhan, Sabariah Yaakub, Ahmad Bashawir Abdul Ghani.

Sintok : Penerbit Universiti Utara Malaysia, 2014.
xvii, 471 pages ; 23 cm
Summary note:
This book addresses myriad of issues and challenges in the field of port, maritime and hinterland development in Southeast Asia from multidisciplinary perspectives. Instead of focusing on only certain aspects of the maritime discipline, the book presents a range of different viewpoint from business and management, historical development, geography, law, and others. Although the book is made in the form of an edited book, readers will benefit and gain knowledge on many important issues in the field of port, maritime and hinterland development in Southeast Asia.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
In English.
Pt.1. Maritime Trade: Overview and Historical Perspective -- Port development in Southeast Asia -- Thingking Aceh as a maritime power -- Orissa in trans-national migration: a discourse on commercial and cultural rapprochement with Indochina -- pt.2. Location, Networking and Competitiveness -- Location decision of multinational enterprises: the role of indexes in port maritime related businesses -- Linking the East and West: discovering alternatives to the Straits of Malacca and Singapore -- Port resources and alliances as a basic for competitiveness: Malaysia experience -- The hinterland for offshore supply bases: a Malaysian perspective -- Port comptetiveness: industrial organisation perspective -- Penang Port competitive strategy: cost leadership versus differentiation -- pt.3. Connectivity, Integration and Sustainability -- Maritime connectivity in the Straits of Malacca: linking regions, connecting people -- Horizontal and vertical integration in port supply chain industry: the case of the Southeast Asia Region -- ICT and e-commerce adoption among maritime-based third party logistics in Malaysia -- Shipping emissions in Southeast Asian ports -- pt.4. Rules and Regulation -- Res Perit Domino rule in maritime transportation of goods: a legal analysis from the perspective of export sales -- Regulatory intervention for ports comptetition and hinterland development -- Mediation and maritime disputes: unlocking the potential for peaceful resolution -- Malaysia's offshore fisheries expansion policy: the driving factors
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