Bioeconomic Analysis of Fisheries

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Wiley, May 11, 1993 - Business & Economics - 138 pages
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Designed to fulfill the maximum balance between the biological and economic requirements of fisheries. Compares optimal fishing to unregulated fishing. Presents three popular fishing models and the problems arising from random fluctuations in fish stocks. Discusses the political and socio-economic factors which determine the success or failure of management policies.

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The Economic Theory of Fisheries
Applied Fishery Models
Fluctuations in Fish Stocks

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R?gnvaldur Hannesson is Professor of Fisheries Economics at the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration and Research Director at the Center for Fisheries Economics in Bergen, Norway.

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