Maritime Transport Security : Issues, Challenges, and National Policies
- Aura Reggiani, University of Bologna, Italy
Maritime Transport Security offers a multidisciplinary framework and a comparative analysis of maritime transport security policies and practices in several key countries.
Policy makers and industry stakeholders have established a set of international measures, procedures and benchmarks for maritime security. Yet the way these are designed and implemented often diverge due to technical, market and policy issues. This unique book includes both an interdisciplinary survey of the main concerns related to maritime security and an examination of a number of relevant country case studies.
Providing a comprehensive study of the critical themes, issues and frameworks surrounding maritime transport security, this book will be of great interest to practitioners and academics in the field. It will also be of great value to institutions that provide courses or programs in maritime management and related issues.
Contributors: K. Bichou, M. Brooks, S.B. Burthoo-Barah, A.D. Coutroubis, G. Gujar, N. Khalid, G. Kiourktsoglou, D. Menachof, S. Neubauer, A.K.Y. Ng, F. Ojadi, V. Tandrayen-Raghoobur, M. Rowbotham, J. Szyliowicz, R. Talas, H. Yan, Z. Yang, L. Zamparini