Bioeconomic Analysis of Fisheries
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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average Barents Sea Bioeconomic biological equilibrium curve capelin catch per boat catch per unit catch rate catch value Chapter classes commodity constant catch strategy constant fishing mortality consumer surplus cost of effort cost of fishing cost per boat cost per unit dC/dZ depends depleted discount rate economic equilibrium curve economically optimal efficiency equal Equation equipment factor of production fish stocks fishable fishing capacity fishing effort fishing fleet fishing industry fishing mortality strategy fleet capacity fluctuations free-access equilibrium given growth curve implies increase investment less marginal cost maximizing maximum sustainable yield natural equilibrium number of fish optimum capacity optimum stock parameters period possible present value price of fish probability distribution produced profit rate of exploitation resource rent Ricker model short-term shown in Fig spawning stock stock level surplus growth sustainable rent sustainable yield curve tonnes total allowable catch unit cost unit of effort unit of fish unselective fishery vessels zero
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