The Role of Vertical Integration in the Shipping Industry

The Role of Vertical Integration in the Shipping Industry

There is little integration of shipping with production; the few instances accord with the institutional theory of the firm. The variety and flexibility of shipping contracts give many of the advantages of vertical integration without its costs.

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