9781138300668 hardcover 1138300667 hardcover 9780203733240 (e-book)
"This book challenges the established and accepted wisdom surrounding maritime cabotage by presenting new reasoning on the underpinning principles of the concept of maritime cabotage law. The book offers a vibrant discussion on the adjustment in the regulatory approaches of maritime cabotage, from one that was intrinsically premised on the idea of national sovereignty, to one that now embraces the broader ideology of development. It investigates what the common understanding of the law of maritime cabotage should be and on what intellectual basis it can be justified. It reduces the inconsistencies and confusion that surround the concept and application of maritime cabotage law, to provide a more certain and more robust concept of maritime cabotage."--Preliminary page.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-296) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction to the law of maritime cabotage The evolutionary synthesis in the development of maritime cabotage law and public international law The theory of developmental sovereignty Theories of development and maritime cabotage The concepts of economic development and competition law The variants of maritime cabotage The theoretical framework of maritime cabotage law The regulatory approaches of maritime cabotage law The protectionist maritime cabotage approach The liberal maritime cabotage approach The flexible maritime cabotage approach The features of maritime cabotage law Future directions of maritime cabotage law.
K1155 .A47 2019
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routlege, 2019.