Regional fish stock management Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Development of a bio-economic model for applications in managing an important north African fishery is reported in this article. The model is applied through identification of baseline conditions and analysis of two alternative fishery management plans; limiting the number of vessels and instituting a closed season. Several key assumptions relative to biological and fleet variables are necessarily made, since in some areas historical data are limited. However, results strongly suggest that rents to resource owners (African coastal countries) can be substantially increased by either method of limiting access to the fishery and by licensing vessels and fishermen. 1982.

published proceedings

  • Marine Policy

author list (cited authors)

  • Warren, J. P., Griffin, W. L., & Grant, W. E.

citation count

  • 2

complete list of authors

  • Warren, John P||Griffin, Wade L||Grant, William E

publication date

  • April 1982