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This chapter introduces the notion and theme of market-based fisheries management. The introduction of market mechanisms to distribute and manage fishing quota has internationally occurred since the 1980s but is increasingly on the political agenda. As privatization and transferability are promoted internationally, and by big players, it becomes even more crucial to understand its social and environmental implications. This chapter looks at the broader lines in the fisheries research and discusses the diverging views on market-based fisheries management. On one side market mechanisms are promoted for efficiency and fleet adaptation, and on the other, quota markets are accused of causing concentration and disturbing social relations.
|Title of host publication||Market-Based Fisheries Management : Private fish and captains of finance|
|Publication date||30 Apr 2015|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Apr 2015|
- Faculty of Humanities