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Global MarketsThe Internationalization of the Sea Transport Industries since 1850$
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David J Starkey and Gelina Harlaftis

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780968128848

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780968128848.001.0001

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Internationalization and the Collapse of British Shipbuilding, 1945-1973

Internationalization and the Collapse of British Shipbuilding, 1945-1973

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(p.319) Internationalization and the Collapse of British Shipbuilding, 1945-1973
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Global Markets
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Lewis Johnman

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780968128848.003.0015

This chapter studies the collapse of British shipbuilding, in attempt to determine how directly it was linked to the internationalisation of the shipping industry. Lewis Johnman asserts that the lack of response from the British shipbuilding industry to the post Second World War boom in the international industry is a core reason for its decline. To prove this, the chapter considers the globalisation of shipping in post-war context; the second phase of the internationalisation of the world economy; the Norwegian market; the Japanese presence in the industry; and the failure of British Shipbuilding in both international and domestic markets during the period.

Keywords:   British Shipowners, Shipbuilding Industry, Twentieth Century Shipping, Maritime Britain, Norwegian Shipping, Japanese Shipping

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