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Transport Development Challenges in the Twenty-First Century, Proceedings of the 2015 TranSopot Conference, edited by Monika Bąk

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Transport Development Challenges in the Twenty-First Century, Proceedings of the 2015 TranSopot Conference, edited by Monika Bąk
Language
eng
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Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Transport Development Challenges in the Twenty-First Century
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electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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edited by Monika Bąk
Series statement
Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics,, 2198-7246
Sub title
Proceedings of the 2015 TranSopot Conference
Summary
This volume explores the field of transport sector development. Derived from the 2015 TranSopot conference held in Sopot, Poland, this volume discusses current trends, issues, and research on the topic. Specifically, it aims to explore sustainable development, examine current problems ranging from transport systems to transport enterprises and provide a variety of analytical methods such as economic and econometric analysis. The three most important fields of current transport research are sustainable transport development, innovation and technological progress and the conditions of transport enterprise growth and survival. Transport is an activity which is supposed to be sustainable, environmentally aware, economically optimal, socially sound and politically responsible. Striving for innovation in transport means looking for organizational and technical solutions which increase the efficiency, effectiveness and safety of transportation. However, the main research issue in the field are strategies for sustainable transport developments in urban and rural areas, instruments of internalization of external transport costs, promotion of environmentally-friendly transport behaviour and improvement of transport energy efficiency. Transport infrastructure innovation, intelligent transport systems as well as innovations in management and finance are some of the main concerns of researchers and policy-makers in the field. Transport enterprises need to adapt to the conditions of the new economic growth perspectives. They need to create unique growth conditions, otherwise they will condemn themselves to struggle for survival. In particular, transport enterprises have to create special functional systems and programs so as to diversify economic activity and to use funds in the most efficient way possible
Table Of Contents
Part I Transport Systems -- Chapter 1 International Cooperation in EU Transport Research -- Chapter 2 Methods for Assessing Rail Transport Competitiveness in Poland and United Kingdom -- Chapter 3 The Prospects for Growth of the Intermodal Transport in Poland -- Chapter 4 The Impact of Public Procurement System on Concentration of the Rail Freight Market in Poland -- Chapter 5 Local Government: The Hostage or Playmaker in Competition between Modes of Transport -- Chapter 6 EU Transport Policy Failure: The Case of Germany's Mindestlohngesetz -- Chapter 7 Cost and Benefits of High Speed Rail Integration in Europe -- Part II Sustainable Transport -- Chapter 8 The Proposed Amendments to Certain Law Acts to Improve the Strategy of Sustainable Transport in Urban Areas in the Supply of Goods in the City Center -- Chapter 9 Objectives and Strategies of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning in the City of Krakow -- Chapter 10 Road Safety Policy in Poland and the EU Road Safety Objectives -- Chapter 11 Public-Private Partnership and the Development of Transport Infrastructure in Poland -- Part III Innovative Transport -- Chapter 12 Implementation of the New Control Command Vital Railway System -- Chapter 13 Transportation Services as a Specific Logistic Project -- Chapter 14 Identification of Behavioral Changes in Transport as Decarbonization of the Economy -- Part IV Transport Enterprises and Organizations -- Chapter 16 Pro-Innovative Systems of Decision-Making in TSL Enterprises -- Chapter 17 Simulation of Technical and Economical Processes as an Initial Phase of Electric Buses Fleet Implementation to Operation in Urban Public Transport Company -- Chapter 18 The Impact of Organizational Culture on Bicycle Commuting Frequency -- Chapter 19 Risk Factors Classification GEMIO in the Planning Phase of Logistic Project Management -- Chapter 20 Use of Economic and Econometric Analysis in the Financial Standing Diagnosis of Haulage Enterprises -- Chapter 21 Koleje Śląskie as an example of Mintzberg's structural configuration theory application in designing organizational structure of railway operator
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