Institutional-economic strategy of development of sea transport ECO-Policy

Authors: Rubel O.E.

Year: 2009

Issue: 08

Pages: 54-60


In article the institutional-economic strategy of development of sea transport eco-policy on the basis of the theory of economic-ecological institutionalism is presented. Concrete recommendations about the greening of the transport policy of the Black Sea region in a context of the European integration are given.

Tags: Black sea; ecologisation; Institutionalism; water transport


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