The Economics of the Seafaring Labour Market

Heather McLaughlin, James McConville

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Abstract

...As Lane (2000) notes, this market is characterised by its inclusiveness, which means that all the available nationalities are regarded as potentially employable. The existence of separate markets for seafarers inside the global market makes possible to distinguish between groups in the seafaring labour force and to give them differing income (Leggate and McConville 2002). The existence of multicultural crews is the result of this globalised market. ...
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Handbook of Maritime Economics and Business
EditorsCostas Grammenos
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherLloyds of London Press
Pages443-468
Number of pages26
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9781843111955
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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McLaughlin, H., & McConville, J. (2002). The Economics of the Seafaring Labour Market. In C. Grammenos (Ed.), The Handbook of Maritime Economics and Business (1 ed., pp. 443-468). London: Lloyds of London Press.