- Title Pages
- About the Editor
- Peter Neville Davies: A Tribute
- Peter Neville Davies: An Appreciation
- Do Docks Make Trade?: The Case of the Port of Great Grimsby
- The “Scrubby Scotch Screw Company”: British India Steam Navigation Co.'s Coastal Services in South Asia, 1862-1870
- Bureaucrats, Businessmen and Bananas: The Colonial Office and Shipping Services in the West Indies, 1895-1925
- Shipbuilding at Belfast: Workman, Clark and Company, 1880-1935
- Marketing Opportunities and Marketing Practices; The Eclipse of British Shipbuilding, 1957-1976
- Liverpool Shipowners, the Mediterranean, and the Transition from Sail to Steam During the Mid-Nineteenth Century
- Bigots or Patriots? The Political and Religious Allegiances of the Liverpool Ships' Carpenters, 1815-1851
- Alfred Jones: Integration and Adversity in Liverpool
- The Mary and the Lady Lansdowne
- Merchants from Sail to Steam: The West Australian Shipping Association and the Evolution of the Conference System, 1884-1910
The Making of a Maritime Firm: The Rise of Fearnley and Eger, 1869-1917
Entrepreneurship and Risk-Taking in the Norwegian Shipping Industry in the Early Part of the Twentieth Century: The Case of Lauritz Kloster, Stavanger
- The Harriman-Hamburg-Amerícan Line Agreement of June 1920: The Foremost German Shipping Company's Return to the Seas
- Peter Neville Davies: A Bibliography
- From Wheel House to Counting House
- Lewis R. Fischer
- Liverpool University Press
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