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Management, Finance and Industrial Relations in Maritime IndustriesEssays in International Maritime and Business History$
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Simon Ville and David M. Williams

Print publication date: 1994

Print ISBN-13: 9780969588542

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780969588542.001.0001

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Economic Theory, Information and Management in Shipbroking: Fearnley and Eger as a Case Study, 1869-1972

Economic Theory, Information and Management in Shipbroking: Fearnley and Eger as a Case Study, 1869-1972

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(p.1) Economic Theory, Information and Management in Shipbroking: Fearnley and Eger as a Case Study, 1869-19721
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Management, Finance and Industrial Relations in Maritime Industries
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Levis R. Fischer

Helge W. Nordvik

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780969588542.003.0001

This essay strives to examine the definitions and conditions of economic theory and management, and directs its research to issues of management and information in a maritime enterprise. It is dedicated to the exploration of the shipbroking business and pays close attention to the Oslo shipbrokers, Fearnley and Eger, by investigating the way the pair’s successful firm handled information and analysis over the years 1869 to 1972.

Keywords:   Maritime Business, Economic Theory, Maritime Economy, Management Theory, International Maritime Business

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