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SHIPPING COMPANIES MANAGEMENT 

Ioannis Theotokas In Greek: Athens, Alexandreia,2011

EUROPEAN PORT POLICY: TOWARDS A LONG TERM STRATEGY

Constantinos I. Chlomoudis & Athanasios A. Pallis In English: Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2002. In Greek: Athens: Ellinika Grammata, 2001. In Japanese: National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, 2006 The development of a European Port Policy is widely recognised as a critical component of the Common EU Transport Policy, and has been the focus of attention since the early 1990s. A common EU wide port policy has not yet been achieved, but the authors of this book argue that it has a major role to play in European integration and that its significance in this context is set to increase. European Union Port Policy assesses the progress that has been made towards a comprehensive policy framework, reviewing the impact of both historical and contemporary policy initiatives – such as the recent 'port package' – before forecasting expected developments in policy making and the prospects of successfully achieving a single port policy. Contents: Foreword, Preface, 1. Introduction 2. Characteristics and Organisation of European Ports 3. European Ports and the Common Transport Policy Framework: Inexorable Integration 4. Implications of the Contemporary EU Transport Strategy 5. Advancing the Interoperability and Interconnection of Transport Modes and Networks 6. European Ports and the Common Maritime Transport Policy 7. Defining a European Port Policy: The First EU Initiatives 8. The Way Forward: Institutional Proposals and Stakeholders' Reactions 9. Towards a European Port Policy: The Next Day, Bibliography, Index

EUROPEAN MARITIME POLICY

Theodoropoulos S., Lekakou M.V. και Pallis A.A. Athens: Typothito, 2006

The Greek case provides a unique paradigm of maritime transport and is among those worthy of a closer examination. Surprisingly, a systematic review of the various facets of Greek maritime transport has been unavailable in the international literature. This book aims to fill some of the gaps in the international literature of maritime transport studies as regards this unique paradigm.This volume provides an analysis of the ways that the Greek paradigm of maritime transport developed and continues to evolve and adjust. The extensive range of topics covered includes shipping ownership, management and organization, shipping finance, supply chains approaches of shipping, employment at sea, coastal shipping, maritime transport and intermodalism, port strategy developments, digital maritime transport, and maritime tourism. The contributed chapters examine a variety of the economic, management and policy parameters that have resulted in the various unique successes and the easiness of several maritime sectors to remain competitive. They also explore in detail those parameters that explain the observed failures and difficulties observed in several other markets of maritime transport, and assess the several systemic opportunities available to be grasped. This systemic approach endorsed in this volume allows drawing integrated conclusions for the sources of successes of, the problems involved with, and the pressures exercised on, maritime transport systems.

Also available via: www.sciencedirect.com

THE COMMON EU MARITIME TRANSPORT POLICY

Athanasios A. Pallis

Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002. c. 294 pages Hardback: 0 7546 1913 3

During the 1990s there were two major developments to the Common EU Maritime Transport Policy (CMTP): the establishment of European Union policies on safe seas and on shortsea shipping respectively. This book critically analyzes and appraises these and other developments to the CMTP in his period, while also studying policy Europeanization. It focuses on both the economic environment of maritime transport and the interaction of policy makers and organized interests during the policy-making process, with an emphasis on the political dimensions. By developing an innovative economic model, the book examines the ways in which governmental and non-governmental policy makers and their ideas interact within the EU's structure and dynamics, and shows how these factors account for why, when and how the specific common EU policy has developed.

Contents: 1. Setting the scene; 2. European integration and policy actors; 3. CMTP and policy actors: a historical perspective; 4. Maritime safety: critical aspects of the new economic context; The establishment of a common policy on safe seas; 5. Safe seas: developing a common policy against all odds; 6. The new economic environment of European shortsea shipping; 7. Towards a common policy on shortsea shipping; 8. Shortsea shipping: policy actors, process, outcome; 9. Policy Europeanisation in retrospect; Bibliography.

GREEK MARITIME , EMPLOYMENT AND CONTENTION , HUMAN RESOURSES STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

In Greek :Theotokas I, Lekakou M, Pallis A, Syripoulos T and Tsamourgelis I, Athens, Gutemberg, 2008

GREEK SHIPOWNERS AND SHIPPING COMPANIES, ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGY

In Greek: Theotokas I, Xarlauti T, Athens, Alexandeia,2007

 

 

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