Description - Container Shipping and Economic Development by Majbritt Greve
By analysing A P Moller -- Maersk's activities in South East Asia, the book contributes to our understanding of the role of container shipping services in economic development processes.
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(224mm x 150mm x 8mm)
Copenhagen Business School Press
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Author Biography - Majbritt Greve
Majbritt Greve is a Project Manager at ECCO Shoes working with Business Development within global production and logistics. Her professional background also includes work as a research assistant at the Centre for Business and Development Studies at Copenhagen Business School and work with international development organisations. Her research focuses on the role of transport and logistics' firms in economic development. Since 2003, she has conducted extensive studies of A.P. Moller - Maersk in South East Asia. She holds a M.Sc. in International Business and Development Studies from CBS.Michael Wendelboe Hansen is an Associate Professor at the Centre for Business and Development Studies, Copenhagen Business School. Since 1994, he has worked with various aspects of firm strategy in developing countries. Prior to his employment at CBS, he worked at the United Nation's Centre for Transnational Corporations in New York. Currently, his research is focusing on the strategies of Danish investors in Asian developing countries and the implications of these investments for local firms and industries.Henrik Schaumburg-Muller is an Associate Professor and Director of the Centre for Business and Development Studies, Copenhagen Business School. Since 1970, he has been working within development economics and increasingly combined his research with business and management studies. His work has focused on the countries in Asia and his recently published articles are focusing on foreign firm linkages and private sector development particularly in Vietnam.