Munro, Gordon R. (1989) Coastal States and Distant-water Fishing Nation Relations: An Economist's Perspective. Marine Fisheries Review, 51(1), pp. 3-10.
The widespread implementation of Extended Fisheries Jurisdiction (EFJ) has confronted coastal states with several resource management problems. One of these consists of the economic relations, if any, that the coastal state should establish with distant-water fishing nations (DWFN's) seeking access to the coastal state's 200-mile zone. Several of the other papers presented here deal with specific aspects of the issue. This paper, on the other hand, will concern itself with the question of the analytical framework to be used by economists in studying this issue. It will offer some suggestions with respect to possible components of the framework. In doing so, the paper will restrict itself to the coastal state's perspective of EFJ and the management issues arising therefrom. It goes without saying, of course, that an enlightened coastal state will attempt to acquaint itself with the DWFN view of the world.
|Item Type: ||Article|
|Title: ||Coastal States and Distant-water Fishing Nation Relations: An Economist's Perspective|
|Personal Creator/Author: |
|Munro, Gordon R.|
|Journal or Publication Title: ||Marine Fisheries Review|
|Page Range: ||pp. 3-10|
|Issuing Agency: ||United States National Marine Fisheries Service|
|Item ID: ||9946|
|Depositing User: ||Patti M. Marraro|
|Date Deposited: ||22 Aug 2012 15:40|
|Last Modified: ||22 Aug 2012 15:40|
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