• An economic analysis of the portuguese fisheries sector 1960-2011 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Lappo, Alena; Ramos, Jorge (Working paper;22/13, Working paper, 2013-08)
      This paper undertakes an economic analysis of the Portuguese fisheries sector and fish markets for the period 1960-2011. In this period the Portuguese economy has undergone a transformation as well as been subject to ...
    • Aquaculture development in Asia : current status, economics and future outlook 

      Dey, Madan Mohan; Sheriff, Natasja; Bjørndal, Trond (Working paper, Working paper, 2006-11)
      The purpose of this article is to analyse aquaculture development in selected Asian countries. The contribution of Asia to world aquaculture will be documented. In Asia, different culture systems are practised and numerous ...
    • A bioeconomic analysis of the Norwegian spring spawning herring (Nssh) stock 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Ussif, Al-Amin M.; Sumaila, Ussif Rashid (Working paper, Working paper, 2003-03)
      A biological model, belonging to the Beverton and Holt age-structured family, for the Norwegian spring spawning herring (NSSH) is simulated, the outcome of which compares well with actual data on the fishery. This model ...
    • Can land reform be an effective approach to alleviate poverty and inequality in Nepal? 

      Adhikari, Chandra Bahadur; Bjørndal, Trond (Working paper, Working paper, 2009-09)
      Land is the main source of income and consumption for the Nepalese people. This study analyses the economic relationship between access to land and poverty in Nepal by establishing the link between land and consumption as ...
    • Climate, competition and the management of shared fish stocks 

      Miller, Kathleen; Munro, Gordon R.; Bjørndal, Trond (Working Paper, Working paper, 2004-07)
      Long-term climate regime shifts have profound impacts on ocean temperature and circulation patterns, and on the dynamics of fish populations. Climate regime shifts can disrupt otherwise satisfactory international management ...
    • Climate change and the migratory pattern for Norwegian spring-spawning herring : implications for management 

      Sissener, Elin Helene; Bjørndal, Trond (Working Paper, Working paper, 2004-04)
      Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus) has been an important source of food for centuries, mainly for Norway, Iceland and Russia, but also for other European countries. Herring is a migratory fish stock, and ...
    • The competitiveness of the Chilean salmon aquaculture industry 

      Bjørndal, Trond (Working Paper, Working paper; Working paper, 2001-08)
      Commercial salmon and trout farming has emerged as a major industry in Chile during the 1990s. Salmon is not a native species to Chile, still excellent climatic conditions are provided for farming. Since 1992 Chile has ...
    • Consumer trends and prefences in the demand for food 

      Lappo, Alena; Bjørndal, Trond; Fernandez-Polanco, Jose; Lem, Audun (Working paper;51/13, Working paper, 2013-12)
    • Consumer trends and prefences in the demand for food 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Fernandez-Polanco, Jose; Lappo, Alena; Lem, Audun (Working paper;17/14, Working paper, 2014-10)
      The objective of this report is to analyse the major tastes and preferences of consumers in food consumption, as well as expected changes in these over time. We identify five important consumer trends and purchase drivers: ...
    • Cooperative and non-cooperative management of the northeast atlantic cod fishery 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Lindroos, Marko (Working paper, Working paper, 2010-06)
      The fishery for Northeast Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in the Barents Sea is one of the most valuable fisheries in the North Atlantic. After the introduction of Extended Fisheries Jurisdiction, cod is a shared stock between ...
    • Demand structure for fish 

      Asche, Frank; Bjørndal, Trond; Gordon, Daniel V. (Working paper, Working paper, 2005-08)
      During the last decades, there has been virtually an explosion in the number of studies of the demand structure for seafood markets. The most common approach is demand analysis, where demand equations are estimated either ...
    • The development of a new farmed species : production technology and markets for turbot 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Øiestad, Victor (2010:51, Working paper, 2010-12)
      Turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) is a high value fish that is much favoured in many market segments such as white tablecloth restaurants. Aquaculture of turbot started first in Scotland in the 1970s, but from the early 1980s ...
    • The east atlantic bluefin tuna fisheries : stock collapse or recovery? 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Brasão, Ana (Working paper, Working paper, 2005-06)
      In this paper, a discrete time, multi-gear and age structured bio-economic model is developed for the East Atlantic Bluefin Tuna fisheries, a paradigmatic example of the difficulties faced in managing highly migratory fish ...
    • The economic structure of harvesting for three vessel types in the Norwegian spring-spawning herring fishery 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Gordon, Daniel V. (Working paper, Working paper; Working paper, 2000-10)
      Norwegian spring-spawning herring (Clupea harengus) is the largest fish stock in the North Atlantic and is harvested by many nations. The introduction of new technology in the 1960’s caused a substantial increase in the ...
    • EFTA-frihandelsavtaler - døråpnere for norsk fiskeeksport? : en analyse av handelsmønstre mellom Norge og tredjeland og virkningene av EUs kompensasjonkvoter 

      Sissener, Elin Helene; Bjørndal, Trond; Asche, Frank (Rapport, Research report, 2003-09)
      Denne rapporten er todelt, hvor første del tar for seg effekten av EFTAs frihandelsavtaler for norsk fiskerinæring, mens andre del omhandler effekten av EUs tollfrie kvoter. EFTA har de siste ti årene inngått en rekke ...
    • Fish processing in Portugal : an industry in expansion 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Brasão, Ana; Ramos, Jorge; Tusvik, Amalie (Working paper;2016:4, Working paper, 2016-05)
      This paper analyses developments in the Portuguese fish processing industry from the 1960s to the present as well prospects for future expansion. Fish processing has expanded in recent decades gaining market share in the ...
    • The global market for tilapia : one or several 

      Norman-López, Ana; Bjørndal, Trond (Working paper, Working paper, 2009-05)
      Tilapia is one of the fastest growing aquaculture species in the world. It is produced and consumed in all continents and in more countries than most other species, making the market more heterogeneous than for other ...
    • International management of North Sea herring 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Lindroos, Marko (Working Paper, Working paper; Working paper, 2002-10)
      North Sea herring is a transboundary resource, shared by the EU and Norway. The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the harvests or total allowable catch quotas (TACs) for this species should be divided between ...
    • International management strategies for a migratory fish stock : a bio-economic simulation model of the Norwegian spring-spawning herring 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Gordon, Daniel V.; Lindroos, Marko; Kaitala, Veijo (Working paper, Working paper; Working paper, 2000-12)
      In this paper, a three-country dynamic bio-economic simulation model is presented for the spring-spawning herring fishery. The international spring-spawning herring fishery, based on potentially one of the most valuable ...
    • Konsesjonar og konsesjonsverdi i norsk oppdrettsnæring 

      Bjørndal, Trond; Aaker, Harald (Arbeidsnotat, Master thesis, 2006-11)
      På same måte som ei rekkje andre næringar som er tufta på utvinning av naturressursar, er fiskeoppdrett i Noreg underlagt konsesjonsregulering. Verdien på ein konsesjon for oppdrett av laks er høg. I dette notatet startar ...