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Rights Based Fishing

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789401075688
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Series: Nato Science Series E: (closed) , #169
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1989
  • Pages: 541
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.14 (d)

Table of Contents

I. Foundations of Right s Based Fishing.- Conceptual Origins of Rights Based Fishing.- Comments — Gary D. Libecap.- Is Fishery Management at a Turning Point? Reflections on the Evolution of Rights Based Fishing.- Comments — Daniel D. Huppert.- II. Traditional and Territorial Use Rights.- The Organization of Traditional Inshore Fishery Management Systems in the Pacific.- Comments — Theodore Panayotou.- III. Exclusive Economic Zones.- Coastal State “Rights” Within the 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone.- IV. Individual Transferable Quotas: Part One.- The Development and Implementation of New Zealand’s ITQ Management System.- Comments — Daniel D. Huppert.- Comments — James E. Wilen.- Applied Fisheries Management Plans: Individual Transferable Quotas and Input Controls.- Comments — Peder Andersen.- V. Individual Transferable Quotas: Part Two.- Conceptual Constructs for Practical ITQ Management Policies.- Comments — Gary B. Libecap.- Minimum Information Management with the Help of Catch Quotas.- Comments — Parzival Copes.- VI. License Limitation.- Rent Generation in Limited Entry Fisheries.- Comments — Rögnvaldur Hannesson.- VII. Enterprise Quotas.- Enterprise Allocations: The Atlantic Canadian Experience.- Comments — Michael Gardner.- The Enterprise Allocation System in the Offshore Groundfish Sector in Atlantic Canada.- VIII. Fee Fishing.- Development, Economics and Fishing Rights in the South Pacific Tuna Fishery.- Comments — Kenneth Ruddle.- IX. Empirical Modelling.- Individual Transferable Quotas in the Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery: An Economic Appraisal.- Comments — Parzival Copes.- Price Response and Optimal Vessel Size in a Multi-Output Fishery.- Comments —John M. Gates.- An Econometric Study of Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance in the Commercial Inshore Lobster Fishery of Massachusetts.- Comments —Daniel V. Gordon.- X. Theoretical Modelling.- Should Quotas be Based on Shadow Value Rather than Weight? A Numerical Study on the Icelandic Cod Fisheries.- Comments — Trond Bjørndal.- Catch Quotas and the Variability of Allowable Catch.- Fixed or Variable Catch Quotas? The Importance of Population Dynamics and Sk Dependent Costs.- Comments — PederAndersen.- The Economics of Predator-Prey Harvesting.- Fishing Quota Management with Multiple Sk Objectives.- Comments —James E. Wilen.- Author Index.

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