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Macro-economische functieverschuivingen in de haven van Antwerpen. Reconstructie van een databank en eerste analyse van de maritieme overslag (1900-1997)

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  • Reginald Loyen
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    Met deze paper wordt voor het eerst een consistente databank met betrekking tot de maritieme overslag in de Antwerpse haven voor de twintigste eeuw gereconstrueerd. We zijn erin geslaagd op basis van een hele reeks bronnen de overslag op vrij gedesaggregeerd niveau in kaart te brengen. Deze paper biedt naast de eerder technische en historisch-kritische delen, ook een eerste poging tot analyse van de onderzoeksresultaten. In het globale overzicht van de trafiekstromen stelden we een aantal belangrijke functieverschuivingen vast, die ons toelaten de haven van Antwerpen meer in perspectief te plaatsen.

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    Paper provided by KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers Department of Economics with number ces9836.

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    Date of creation: Mar 1998
    Handle: RePEc:ete:ceswps:ces9836
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