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Case studies on the allocation of transferable quota rights in fisheries by R. Shotton

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fishery management.,
  • Fishery policy.,
  • Fishery resources.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Ross Shotton.
SeriesFAO fisheries technical paper -- 411., FAO fisheries technical paper -- no. 411.
ContributionsFood and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 373 :
Number of Pages373
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18173544M
ISBN 109251046751

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Case studies on the allocation of transferable quota rights in fisheries. [Ross Shotton; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.] -- Report of twenty-three studies looking at the UK, The Netherlands, Iceland, Canada, New Zealand, United States, Australia, Alaska and Chile. Case studies on the allocation of transferable quota rights in fisheries. The account for South Africa describes a difficult process in transition for a specific fishery. Case Studies on the Effect of Transferable Quota Rights on Fishing Fleet Capacity and Concentration of Catch-Quota Ownership. FAO Fish. Tech. Pap. No. pp. 3 Earlier FAO publications are: Christy, F. Territorial use rights in marine fisheries: Definitions and Conditions. FAO Fish. Tech. Pap. No FAO INITIAL ALLOCATION OF QUOTA RIGHTS IN THE SCOTIA-FUNDY INSHORE MOBILE-GEAR GROUNDFISH FISHERY D.S.K. Liew Policy and Economics, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Maritimes Region , Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada B2Y 4T3. 1. INTRODUCTION.

A case study of the largest and wealthiest of the fish resources in South Africa: hake (Merluccius spp.), has been selected to describe the rights-allocation issues in South Africa. Not only is this hake resource a strong competitor on the international whitefish market, it also is the subject of historical rights-claims from previously disadvantaged person (HDPs) 1.   Shotton R (a) Case studies on the allocation of transferable quota rights in fisheries, FAO Technical Paper FAO, Rome Google Scholar Shotton R (b) Case studies on the effects of transferable fishing rights on fleet capacity and concentration of quota ownership, FAO Technical Paper Cited by: 3. individual transferable quota (ITQ) system. As expected, the fishing fleet, both the number of vessels and total tonnage, has decreased since the introduction of the quota system, while the profitability of the harvesting sector as a whole has improved. Several studies also indicate that productivity has increased in the fisheries (Arnason, ;. Individual Transferable Quota in Fisheries Management the use of individual transferable quota (ITQ). of the underlying property rights grievance. The quota concentration and fleet change Author: Robin Connor.

transferable quota (ITQ) in fisheries management and together form a body of evidence to provide some support for the arguments and assertions made in the text. Thus, the allocation of quota rights in the Icelandic fisheries is a process that, though begun in , is still going on. This prolonged period of quota allocations immediately suggests a certain difficulty in identifying and even discussing policy objectives of initial allocations in a useful way. Fisheries, Quota Management and Quota Transfer offers multi-disciplinary assessments of the effects of ITQ from scholars working in eight countries. The book brings together scholars from anthropology, economics, geography, sociology, the history of science, and marine environmental history to discuss experiences from fisheries in eight. The type of catch share program that this page will focus on is the Individual Transferable Quota (ITQ). This is defined in the NOAA Catch Share Policy as "an individual fishing quota (IFQ) program where privileges can be transferred subsequent to initial allocations [1].".