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Maritime Governance

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This chapter is about maritime governance focusing on the roles of a state in its capacity as flag state, coastal state and port state, respectively. The notion of governance is addressed from the wider national perspective including the constitutional implications of statehood and the interaction with law-making at the international level through treaties. The discussion is of course in the maritime context, and therefore, it centres on the structure and functions of a typical maritime administration in relation to the above-mentioned roles of the state.

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  • Flag State
  • Maritime Safety
  • Port State
  • Audit Team
  • Maritime Policy

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Mukherjee, P.K., Brownrigg, M. (2013). Maritime Governance. In: Farthing on International Shipping. WMU Studies in Maritime Affairs, vol 1. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-34598-2_10

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