Market and fisheries development issues in coastal resources management
This chapter suggests that the market, as an economic and social institution, has important roles and a multitude of opportunities to contribute to the strategies for managing the crisis, in fisheries. The crisis apparently was an outcome of the complex interplay of variables such as increasing fishing pressure, depleting fish stocks, low income among small-scale fishers, social inequity in the fishery sector and inadequate management of the fishery and related resources.
Salayo, N. D. (2013). Market and fisheries development issues in coastal resources management. In I. M. L. Siason (Ed.), Coastal resource management: Perspectives from the social sciences. Quezon City, Philippines: Department of Agriculture - Bureau of Agricultural Research.
Faiz, Mohamed (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)The paper discusses the tuna fisheries in Maldives which dominates its fishing industry. Apart from a very strong domestic market, tuna is also the main export commodity of the country. Moreover, reef fisheries such as, ...
Sour, Kim; Vuthy, Ros (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 1997)Fisheries in plays a very important role in Cambodia’s national economic development. Total fish catch production in 1996 was 104 310 tones, about which 60% was contributed by inland capture fisheries, 30% by marine capture ...
Dechpakdee, Sompron (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2007)The paper presents the results of the patrol and enforcement activities done by the Chumphon Marine Fisheries Patrolling and Enforcement Center at the Pahew Bay. The activities aimed to establish a local enforcement unit ...