Port economics policy and management : a textbook (Chinese version)

P.W. Langen, de, B. Song

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Dit boek beschrijft de haven het theoretische kader van moderne economische management disciplines, terwijl sommige Chinese havens voor de hete kwesties, zoals de centrale en westelijke regio's in het oosten van China haven van de toegankelijkheid van de vergelijking te beoordelen, de rivier de Yangtze delta haven groep van co-opetition relatie wederopbouw, Shanghai International Shipping Center Bouw-en havenindustrie cluster ontwikkelingsstrategieën en andere aspecten van een doorbraak in de analyse en uitwerking. Introduction of "Port of economic, policy and management" consists of 14 chapters, set the port function and related services, port cargo and port facilities, port location and hinterland links, the port environment and its supply chain, port space conversion and industrial clusters, Port Enterprise Behavior Analysis, port pricing theory, supply and demand for port services and port competition, port and economic contribution of performance assessment, port and protection of public interest, the port reform and market liberalization, and port stakeholders and the management of content. Port economics and management in the introduction of modern theoretical frameworks and perspectives at the same time, "the port economy, policy and management" of some Chinese ports for the hot issues, such as the port in eastern China to central and western regions more accessible assessment, the Yangtze River delta port group of the competition relations Reconstruction, Shanghai International Shipping Center and the breakthrough in the port industry cluster development strategies and other aspects of analysis and elaboration. "Port of economic, policy and management" can make higher education and transportation, logistics management and industrial economics teaching undergraduate and graduate students to use, but also for transport and logistics related businesses, research institutions and government departments, management and for reference to research workers. About Dr. Song Bingliang, Shanghai Maritime University, School of Economics and Management Professor, transportation and logistics management of academic leaders, Shanghai Maritime Institute of Logistics Management Sub Committee, Ministry of Communications "China Shipping Development Report," the editorial boards of the Shanghai Investment Consulting corporate advisory library experts; 1989-1994, China Merchants Group in Hong Kong work; successive Shanghai Maritime University Head of Department of International shipping. Main research areas of economic theory, the port and transport logistics and business management. Drangan (Peter De Langen), Dr Rotterdam Port Authority is currently Senior Advisor Corporate Strategy, Eindhoven University of Technology freight and logistics subjects part-time professor, participate in and presided over a series of strategies to enhance the port industry research project. The main research contributions are: (1) industrial cluster theory is used in shipping, ports and logistics industry; (2) between the port and the hinterland of intermodal coordination; (3) market entry barriers and the impact of competition within the port; (4) Port Development Strategy. Editor's Choice "Port of economic, policy and management": Century Logistics Management Higher Education Textbook Series. Contents Chapter 1 port function and related services 1.1 1.2 port and main functions of the definition of port users and port service companies and regulatory agencies 1.3 1.4 1.5 intermediate goods transport companies, logistics and other services to companies in Chapter 2 2.1 port cargo and bulk port facilities quasi-bulk cargo and 2.2 in groups of goods and other goods 2.3 port facilities and cargo handling technologies Chapter 3, linking the port and its hinterland location of the port location and liner 3.1 Market Structure 3.2 port hinterland and exclusive level of 3.3 3.4 contestable hinterland hinterland transport manner between 3.5 port and hinterland transport system accessibility index of 3.6 in Chapter 4 an overview of the world's major ports in the port size 4.1 4.2 4.3 Netherlands, the world's container shipping ports in the network port of China 4.5 4.4 4.6 Other major ports in Chapter 5 of the international shipping center in the port environment and its 5.1 Environmental supply chain analysis framework 5.2 port trade, logistics and transport, port development and manufacturing of 5.3 and Post-Fordism Fordism 5.4 port role in the supply chain container port and logistics park of 5.5 Chapter 6 of the port space conversion and industrial clusters 6.1 Concept 6.2 port space conversion between the port and city of 6.3 6.4 the concept of industrial cluster formation of industrial clusters 6.5 port port the evolution of industrial clusters in Chapter 7 of the port business behavior model of market competition 7.1 7.2 7.3 port cargo handling industry awareness of enterprises Structural analysis of the strengths and weaknesses 7.4 7.5 Port Port Authority governance structure and management strategy of the port 7.6 port pricing theory in Chapter 8 8.1 ports, shipping and cost 8.2 port congestion surcharge of 8.3 and under different shipping market, the price of port pricing 8.4 port discrimination policy in Chapter 9 of supply and demand for port services and port competition in port selection criteria 9.1 9.2 9.3 Market segmentation and the elasticity of demand the cost structure of port operations 9.5 9.4 port port competition within the competition and transfer of share of partnership 9.6 9.7 competition between the ports of port cargo Forecast Chapter 10 ports of the economic contribution of performance assessment and performance indicators for port 10.1 10.2 10.3 Port port cost-benefit analysis to measure the direct economic contribution to the indirect economic contribution to the measurement port 10.4 10.5 Price Elasticity and port economic impact assessment in Chapter 11 and the port of public interest The concept of protecting the public interest 11.1 11.2 11.3 Port of seven ports in the public interest to protect the public interest in Chapter 12 the functions of the port cluster management cluster management interests 12.1 12.2 12.3 cluster arrangements for port managers of collective action - the Port Authority in the system arrangement 12.4 Port Authority manager of its cluster positioning function port the implementation of Chapter 13 restructuring and opening of the market system of port operations 13.1 13.2 13.3 Port of institutional change the port level playing field market access and entry barriers 13.4 13.5 policy to reduce barriers to entry 14 Chapter port stakeholders and management of conflicts of interest 14.2 14.1 port port "inclusive" of the port of Rotterdam inclusive practice 14.3 References Postscript ... ... [read more directory] As the preamble to the deepening world economic integration and China's reform and opening-up of steady progress, port infrastructure and port service industries in the ascendant. Shanghai and Rotterdam as the world's and Europe's largest port throughput growth of international trade and economic revitalization of the world are playing an increasingly important role. Meanwhile, in a rapid rise in the Chinese port industry urgently knowledge innovation, technological advancement and personnel training. However, It is a relief that the "Port of economic, policy and management" of the successful publication will help foster a large number of Universities in China port industry, business and management of elite talent. "Port of economic, policy and management," a book for the Shanghai Maritime University and the Rotterdam Port Authority Dr. Song Bingliang senior adviser and part-time professor Eindhoven University of Technology Bitedelan root (Peter De Langen) the crystallization of years of cooperation, Dr. Over the years, Professor Song and Professor Tran root in Shanghai and the port of Rotterdam and other places in the economy, shipping and logistics management, teaching and research work and made more fruitful academic achievements, which have the appropriate academic reputation. Book Deep and informative, the data in a timely manner, not only brings together the current international economic management on the port's main academic discipline point of view, but also raised a number of topics of the author's original views; both ports Historical Evolution of the review, More on the future of port development for forward-looking analysis. In addition to the benefit of education in China and the port of shipping, I sincerely hope and fully believe that the writing and publication of the book can deepen between China and the Netherlands, two major ports of Rotterdam, between Shanghai and the existing friendly relations of cooperation new contributions. Third, both the mining or processing industries, transport costs and the reliability of the transport system will lead to the growth of the transport chain, or lower costs, and therefore an important factor affecting their competitiveness. This helps explain why the mining and manufacturing sectors has been invested in building their own dock. In the dry bulk transport chain, the port is not just a transport node, or a cargo storage areas. As the ship loading and inland collection and distribution (mostly rail, road and inland waterway transport) capacity for the great differences between the large number of dry bulk cargo had to be stored in the terminal. This explains why the port to the manufacturers is very attractive, because manufacturers have a lot of demand for raw materials. As the mining industry and the manufacturing conforms to the port and door to door transport of vertical integration trends, general bulk cargo transport chain is relatively stable and reasonable: whenever there's an opportunity to reduce costs, mining and manufacturing sectors surely this profit. 2.1.2 Liquid bulk liquid bulk cargo as liquid bulk cargo (1iguid bulk), mainly two types of crude oil and liquid chemicals. Of course, there is bulk liquid methanol, propylene and many other chemicals. Liquid bulk and dry bulk transport chain is very similar. Large oil companies often expand their business to the port services, thus ensuring lower transport costs. Limited number of these enterprises, and transportation costs also affect the competitiveness of oil companies an important factor. Liquid bulk cargo in the port will often be stored, usually stored in a special tank containers. Dry bulk transport and bulk transport of liquid between the three main differences: First, the liquid bulk resale transactions between the more frequent, especially oil. Transport oil from the ship to Europe from the Middle East will change hands many traders often. Therefore, not only for the storage of oil transportation, but also for business reasons, traders expect that the value of growth. Second, greater risk of liquid bulk cargo transportation, safety standards even higher. Therefore, there must be a special terminal handling process requirements. This is why specialized liquid bulk handling companies and the large majority of oil companies will co-operate. A typical example is the Vopak and 0tfjell. Finally, the liquid collection and distribution of chemicals in the inland transport by pipeline are completed. Pipeline extending from the port to the major users of liquid bulk cargo. The competitiveness of the port for the existence of such a pipeline is extremely important. Such pipelines not only state-owned property, there are oil companies (private or partnership) has the characteristics of investment. 2.1.3 The quasi-bulk quasi-bulk cargo (neo-bulk) features require special shipping and special handling facilities for loading and unloading. Because the size of such goods are often large, fragile or too heavy and not with the container transport. Typical quasi-bulk cargo cars, paper, wood and steel. Needs of different types of quasi-bulk cargo handling facilities in different ports, and dedicated professional shipping. For example, car carriers will generally be completed assembly of the vehicle from the place of manufacture (eg Japan), transported to final markets; from Scandinavia to the Atlantic coastal areas of the paper and the European ... ... [read more extract] Postscript May 2005, Shanghai Maritime University professor Dr. Song Bingliang study abroad in China, the Ministry of Education Fund in the Netherlands under the elite - by Erasmus of Rotterdam (Erasmus University Rotterdam) University, a visiting scholar, has been studying abroad, including rain fruit Ross (Hugo Roos), Professor, ¿¿¿¿¿ Terra (Albert Veenstra), Assistant Professor and Bidedelan root (Peter De Langen), including the Netherlands, Dr. warm hospitality and assistance of friends, made a lot of harvest. Among them, the Dutch port and transport logistics disciplines of advanced teaching concepts and fruitful research results to scholars from Shanghai, China left a deep impression. Study year, Song Bingliang often economic and management issues on the port and drangan exchange views on China for the Chinese college students and other readers of the "Port of economic, policy and management," a book written consensus. Subsequently, Dr. drangan responsible for sorting out the current international academic point of view and summarize the basic framework for the design and collection of European ports material; Song Bingliang. Professor responsible for determining the overall structure of the book, chapters of the organization and adjustment of the hot issues of Chinese ports and the theoretical analysis of the adequacy and so on. Cooperation between the Netherlands as the crystallization of scholars, the book by the Songbing Liang and co-edited drangan completed manuscript by Song Bingliang responsible for the general compiling and arranging for publications. On this occasion the book surfaced, Vice President of Shanghai Maritime University, China Logistics Association Vice President Professor Huang Youfang pleased to preface for the book, this is a great encouragement to the author. Shanghai Maritime University, Graduate Director Professor Yu Siqin to the valuable support and help. In addition, Shanghai Maritime University, Transportation Planning and Management doctoral student Zhang Xin, Shanghai Maritime University, Enterprise Management Master Liu Zhiqiang, Pertaining Wangcui Ting, Peng Jun root, Daiwen Ji, Hai-Feng Huang and Li Hui students to take advantage of summer and winter holidays for the book the English translation of the information; by Erasmus University Rotterdam PhD Mar-tijn van der Horst collection and the assistance of Mr. forefront of international theoretical dynamic information. To this end, 11 of them to express my heartfelt thanks! "Port of economic, policy and management," a book published materials from Shanghai Maritime University graduate construction project, the Shanghai Personnel Bureau and Shanghai Municipal Science and Technology Committee 2007 "Pujiang Talent Plan C class" fund the project, Shanghai Maritime University, the Key Subject Construction Project (XR0101) funding. Hereby, would like to pay tribute to the Fund units. Compilation of the book focus on a more comprehensive plan to reflect current economic theory, the port, port business strategic decision-making, governance and management of the port industry, institutional arrangements and the latest academic areas of the latest development of Chinese ports, but because of limited knowledge and ability, the book inevitably Some defects and errors, the responsibility should be on all of its commitments, hope you readers criticized the correction.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationShanghai
PublisherTruth and Wisdom Press
Number of pages212
ISBN (Print)978-7-5432-1652-5
Publication statusPublished - 2009


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