Privatisation of seaport infrastructures: a framework for understanding the transfer of property rights
by Nathan Bowden, Martin De Jong
International Journal of Critical Infrastructures (IJCIS), Vol. 2, No. 2/3, 2006

Abstract: In the wake of economic globalisation trends, for many seaports, privatisation is under serious consideration. Transfer of property rights from the public to the private sector has a number of consequences right from the way in which key functions in ports are performed. This paper, after presenting the state-of-the-art theory on port management and port privatisation, claims that current classifications are too general.

Online publication date: Fri, 31-Mar-2006

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