How to Sail a Sinking Ship : Adapting to the Declining Competitiveness of the European Shipping Industry
Tenold, S., & Ojala, J. (2017). How to Sail a Sinking Ship : Adapting to the Declining Competitiveness of the European Shipping Industry. In B. Bouwens, P.-Y. Donzé, & T. Kurosawa (Eds.), Industries and Global Competition : A History of Business Beyond Borders (Article 215-234). Routledge. Routledge International Studies in Business History. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315563909-14
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