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Hiérarchies portuaires dans le monde et changements régionaux de connectivité maritime, 1890-2010

Abstract : Incomplete and distorted statistics of international seaborne trade can be replaced by an analysis of flows from port to port drawn from Lloyd’s Shipping Index. Up until the Second World War, British and Western European ports remained the centres of international trade. After it, the political and economic power of the U.S.A. was expressed by the density of its overseas trade. By the end of the 20th century world trade was multipolar, with no one dominant country.
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César Ducruet, Bruno Marnot. Hiérarchies portuaires dans le monde et changements régionaux de connectivité maritime, 1890-2010. Buchet C.; Rodger N.A.M. La mer dans l'Histoire / The Sea in History, 4, Boydell & Brewer, pp.631-649, 2017, La période contemporaine / The Modern World, 9781783271566. ⟨halshs-01621468⟩

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