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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Goode on Commercial Law

Edited by: Ewan McKendrick
Price: £170.00

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Risk Management In Port Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Security

Edited by: Khalid Bichou, Mike G.H. Bell, Andrew Evans

ISBN13: 9781843116554
Published: July 2007
Publisher: Informa Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £135.00

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The 9/11 attacks and other subsequent events have fostered further dimensions to port, maritime and supply chain security with a raft of compulsory and voluntary measures being put in place at both domestic and global levels.

Risk Management in Port Operations is the first insight into the complex world of port and supply chain security. It combines selected peer-reviewed contributions from an international line-up of academic and professional experts in the field.

In particular, the book addresses operational and management challenges that port, international logistics and supply chain operators face today in view of the new security regulations and the requirements of increased visibility throughout the supply chain.

The book also offers a rare blend of academic and practitioner contributions covering a wide collection of security models and applications ranging from operational and functional subjects to management and policy issues.

  • The first insight into the complex world of port and supply chain security
  • Addresses operational and management challenges in the view of new security regulations
  • Offers a rare blend of academic and practitioner contributions from international experts in the field

Shipping, Transport and Maritime Law
PART I- Background
PART II- Systems for enhancing port security and operational efficiency
PART III- Frameworks for managing the security of global trading and supply chain systems
PART IV- Models for analysing security risks and policy implications