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by Lewis R. Fischer,Even Lange

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The Comparative Dimension. This book compiles seven essays concerning changes to merchant shipping over the hundred and fifty years between 1850 and 2000, and spanning a range of countries, with particular focus on Norway, Greece, Japan, and England.

The Comparative Dimension.

This book compiles seven essays concerning changes to merchant shipping over the hundred and fifty years between 1850 . Lewis R. Fischer and Even Lange. British Shipping from the Late Nineteenth Century to the Present.

This book compiles seven essays concerning changes to merchant shipping over the hundred and fifty years between 1850 and 2000, and spanning a range of countrie. The story of British shipping over the twentieth century is one of decline. As figure 1 shows, the tonnage of the UK-registered fleet recovered from the trade crisis of the 1930s and continued to grow until 1975 when it went into a free fall which was not reversed until the twenty-first century.

Book Description International Maritime Economic History Association, Canada, 2008. The overall aim is to construct a solid international context for the merchant shipping industry in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries - primarily to aid a major Norwegian deep-sea merchant marine project. The book contains an introduction that sets out these aims, and seven essays by maritime historians which form part of the international contextual whole, though all can be approached individually. Seller Inventory TNP9780973893472. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

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This book compiles seven essays concerning changes to merchant shipping over the hundred and fifty years between .

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Latest articles in this journal. Fischer, Even Lange. Norwegian Shipping in the Twentieth Century. Published: 21 March 2018. in International Merchant Shipping in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. International Merchant Shipping in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries pp 57-78; doi:10. North of England Shipowners and Their Business Connections in the Nineteenth Century.

Merchant shipping and war a study in defence planning in twentieth-century Britain. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.

International business networks and the national economy: the Greek shipping sector, . 850– International merchant shipping in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: the comparative dimension.

Lewis Fischer and. Even Lange. Growth, Diversification and Globalization: Main Trends in International Shipping since 1850. Session 2: 1. 0 - 1. 0. Network structures, processes, and dynamics.

This book compiles seven essays concerning changes to merchant shipping over the hundred and fifty years between 1850 and 2000, and spanning a range of countries, with particular focus on Norway, Greece, Japan, and England. The essays are linked by the theme of change: from traditional to modern shipping; in fluctuating cargo demands; from sail to steam; wood to iron; in improvements in communication technologies; in political natures and affiliations; in seafaring skillsets; in the advent of containerisation and advent of globalisation. The overall aim is to construct a solid international context for the merchant shipping industry in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries - primarily to aid a major Norwegian deep-sea merchant marine project. The book contains an introduction that sets out these aims, and seven essays by maritime historians which form part of the international contextual whole, though all can be approached individually.