Transport Policy in a Self-Management System: Developments in Yugoslavia

  • V. Kolarić
Part of the Developments in Transport Studies book series (DITS, volume 1)

Abstract

Transport is a basic integrating factor of the economy and the society, connecting production, trade and consumption into an integrated process of social reproduction. Therefore the basic features of the development of the structure of the transport system, and thereby also of the conception of the transport policy of any country, depend on two basic elements: (1) the level of development and the structure of the economy and society and (2) the geographical situation of a country and the role of its transport system in international transport — the transport system being, on the one hand, a complementary part of the country’s economy and on the other, a complementary part of the international transport system.

Keywords

Europe Shipping Income Marketing 

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