Lectures on the Economics of Fisheries Production

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During the past 10 years, there has been a significant increase in 1) the number of economists interested in commercial fishing and 2) the number of fisheries scientists interested in economics. The economics profession has been stimulated by the development of bioeconomic models which seek to maximize some measure of fishery performance subject to an equation (or equations describing the dynamics of the fish stock (or stocks). At the same time, economists have expanded their ability to model and estimate production ...

Lectures on the Economics of Fisheries Production 2004, University Press of the Pacific

ISBN-13: 9781410218391

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