Transport Regulation Matters

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J. McConville
A&C Black, 1997 - Transportation - 178 pages
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Transport has become a major concern on both social and economic grounds in the late-twentieth century. This concern arises from a perception of the industry's failure to respond to the rapid growth in demand and to the threat of congestion and environmental pollution. A solution has been sought in economic policies dominated by ideas of liberalization and deregulation.
 

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Contents

The development of Londons road passenger transport
16
the first decade
31
a case study in nineteenth
55
The United Kingdom shipping industry and international
78
Globalization deregulation and crew competence
98
Dockers and deregulation in the international port
126
regulation and deregulation in
154
Index
175
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McConville is Professor and Director of the Centre for International Transport Management, London Guildhall University

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