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Port privatisation

James Reveley

Port privatisation

the Asia-Pacific experience

by James Reveley

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Published by Edward Elgar in Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Other titlesPort privatization
Statementedited by James Reveley and Malcolm Tull
SeriesTransport economics, management, and policy
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE559.P16 P67 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 181 p. :
Number of Pages181
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24561161M
ISBN 101845423992
ISBN 109781845423995
LC Control Number2008924979
OCLC/WorldCa213853970

This paper “A Critical Assessment of Port privatization Policy and Port Productivity in Nigerian maritime Industry” highlights the role of seaports in the socio-economic development of Nigeria; and it further explained port privatization policy which is a globalized concept that involves private sector participation in the operation of the. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.

privatization on economic growth in developing countries. The fourth section will introduce and discuss the results of my own empirical study. In the final section of the paper I will attempt to draw useful conclusions regarding privatization as an economic growth policy. Guidelines for Port Authorities and Governments on the privatization of port facilities Report by the UNCTAD secretariat This repor t has been prepared with the assistance of Gustaaf DeMonie, Director, International Port Consulting, Antwerp, Belgium. GE

Get this from a library! Port privatisation: papers and proceedings of international seminar. [Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India.; Mormugao Port Trust.; Institute of Indo-European Studies (Velha Goa, India);] -- With reference to ports in India.   The port privatisation has of course not resolved all the issues. There remains many but when I was in Honduras, I was left thinking of 3 specific issues that could benefit from attention.


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Significantly, the book concludes that privatisation of ports is an important but far from Port privatisation book approach to reforming the region's ports. Focusing exclusively on port privatisation in the Asia-Pacific region, this book will be of great interest to academics and policymakers who are interested in port reform, together with those interested in privatisation more generally in the Asia-Pacific by: 2.

Download PDF Port Privatisation book full free. Port Privatisation available for download and read online in other formats. The chapter assesses the role of the port authority in this era of privatisation and an analysis of the privatisation methods applicable to the port industry.

It also provides a review of how such privatisation programmes have worked in practice, placing particular attention on the UK : Dong-Wook Song, Kevin Cullinane, Michael Roe. privatisation in port systems across the world, where theories have been tested and arguments have evaluated.

Port systems vary in size, geographical make-up as well as services rendered, based on trade demand and supply, and the methodology of the dissertation is a review of port privatisation implementation across developing. The book's contributors are academic specialists in the fields of port economics and management, whose country studies illustrate a variety of port privatisation methods and outcomes in an Read more.

Book Description. This book provides an expert analysis of alternative investments routes and the investment strategies available to the major port players, and is a much-needed guide to expanding the investor base for private debt funding of projects from loan providers to bond investors.

Tool ports exist somewhere between comprehensive and landlord ports, and can be regarded as a variant of the landlord port. Baudelaire, "Some Thoughts about Port Privatisation," in Essays in Honour and in Memory of Late Professor Emeritus of Maritime Economics Dr Basil Metaxas (Piraeus, Greece: University of Piraeus Press, ): ; Z.

In East Africa, the privatisation of Mombasa port has been under discussion since the mids and in March, Cabinet Minister Musalia Mudavadi said Kenya Port Authority had to move fast to keep up with the wind of change that was blowing across the world over privatisation of port services.

Privatization: Successes and Failures evaluates the practices and results of privatization in Eastern Europe, Africa, Latin America, and Asia. Featuring the world's leading economists and experts. CHAPTER VI PRIVATISATION OF INDIAN PORTS World over ports are passing through a phase of structural transformation-Ports in India being no exception.

Indian Ports are governed by the Indian Ports Act, & Major Port Trusts Act, and function as autonomous bodies under the Ministry of Shipping. Indian ports (12 Major Ports) are highly labour. The port is Thessaloniki in Greece. The date is March A long port privatization process that lasted almost 13 (!!) years is finally concluded, with the Greek state handing 67% of the shares of the Thessaloniki Port Authority S.A.

to the new owners of the port, Author: Thanos Pallis. Port privatization in Malaysia was initiated in at the port of Kelang, when the container operations were granted for 21 years to the joint-venture Kelang Container Terminal (KCT), formed by.

Introduction. Today, possibly one of the most obvious phenomena in port industry is port privatization since it is widely believed that ports form a vital link in the overall trading chain and, consequently, port efficiency is an important factor for a nation to achieve internationally competitive advantage (Tongzon,Chin and Tongzon, ) and that increasing private sector Cited by: foreseeable future.

While the analysis shows that port privatisation is a concept that has evolved to facilitate trade in a world where competition has become the universal norm, it is neither a universal panacea nor peril.

KEY WORDS: Port Privatisation, Concessions, Lease Contracts, World Ports. The method of port privatisation adopted in the UK remains highly unusual, as it involved the wholesale transfer of all three core functions of the port – landowner, utility (i.e.

port operations) and regulator (Baird, ). It is the transfer of this last function, namely the port authority as regulator within designated port areas, which Cited by:   A Critical Assessment of Port Privatization Policy and Port Productivity in Nigerian Maritime Industry.

Greener Journal of Environmental Management and Public Safety, 2 (4)(), pp Website. The Australian Industry Group's NSW Director Mark Goodsell, meanwhile, said the port privatisation should "give confidence" that the electricity network can also be safely privatised in Author: Stephanie Menezes.

Ports (Privatization) 5 LAWS OF MALAYSIA Act PORTS (PRIVATIZATION) ACT An Act to facilitate privatization of the port undertakings of any port authority and for matters connected therewith. [2 AprilP.U. (B) /] BE IT ENACTED by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara andFile Size: KB.

Though most privatization strategies affect port performance in terms of management and operations, this study is focusing on the impact of the strategies on core port operations which simultaneously influence port output and efficiency. The book s contributors are academic specialists in the fields of port economics and management, whose country studies illustrate a variety of port privatisation methods and outcomes in an economically, politically and culturally diverse region connected by extensive maritime trade by: 2.

Port privatisation in the UK was never about creating new and improved port infrastructure and facilities to benefit the economy, which was the aim in other countries; it was simply a mechanism.PLF introduced in paved the way for privatisation and a continuing post privatisation revenue stream This year’s port rent fiasco indicates intent to maximise port sale price Option for any Government to extend lease without review, Lack of transparency on details: Compensation regime may discourage development ofFile Size: 1MB.Port Privatisation in Australia Forum Page 2 of 27 Australian Port Privatisation Forum The Port Privatisation Forum is one in a series of events developed by the Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics to support industry capability building and promote good public policy in the area of economic activity broadly termed supply chain and logistics.