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Is Puerto Limon a Real Lemon? Port Inefficiency and its Impact

In: International Handbook of Maritime Economics

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  • Paul Kent
  • Alan Fox

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This timely and comprehensive new Handbook brings together an unrivalled group of distinguished scholars and practitioners to provide in-depth analysis and a contemporary perspective on a wide-ranging array of topics in maritime economics.

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  • Paul Kent & Alan Fox, 2011. "Is Puerto Limon a Real Lemon? Port Inefficiency and its Impact," Chapters, in: Kevin Cullinane (ed.), International Handbook of Maritime Economics, chapter 19, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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