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Predators in the market : implications of market interaction on optimal resource management
(Working paper;2016:8, Working paper, 2016-11)
A two-species bioeconomic model is analyzed, but in contrast to most similar models, there is no biological interaction between the species, only economic. The interaction takes place in the market where the quantity of ...
Coalition Formation with Externalities: The Case of the Northeast Atlantic Mackerel Fishery in a Pre and Post Brexit Context
(Discussion paper;11/17, Working paper, 2017-10-18)
In this paper we apply the so-called partition function approach to study coalition formation in the North-east Atlantic mackerel fishery in the presence of externalities. Atlantic mackerel is mainly exploited by the ...
Do species interactions and stochasticity matter to optimal management of multispecies fisheries?
(Discussion paper;2012:1, Working paper, 2012-01)
The multispecies fisheries management looks at a bigger picture in addressing the long-term consequences of present decisions. This implies an ecosystem management that includes a number of species and their physical, ...
Assessment of the economic benefits African countries received from their marine resources : three case studies
(Report2003:5Report87, Research report, 2003-03)
This paper examines the relationship between causality models and cointegration models in testing for price integration and the Law of One Price (LOP). In our review, we show that cointegration models, which allow for ...
Optimal flåtestørrelse, flåtestruktur og fangsfordeling
(Rapport2002:55Rapport85, Research report, 2003-02)
I denne rapporten har en beregnet den økonomisk optimale størrelsen og sammensetningen av den norske helårsdrevne fiskeflåten gitt at totalfangsten for de enkelte fiskeslag ikke må overskrides, gitt fartøyenes kapasitet ...
Economic evaluation of alternative harvesting strategies for fish stocks
(Doctoral thesis, 1992)
Continuous harvesting costs in sole-owner fisheries with increasing marginal returns
(Discussion paper2009:6, Working paper, 2009-09)
We develop a bioeconomic model to analyze a sole-owner fishery with fixed costs as well as a continuous cost function for the generalized Cobb-Douglas production function with increasing marginal returns to effort level. ...
Fish wars on the high seas : a straddling stock competition model
(Discussion paper2001:8, Working paper, 2001-04)
The post World War II era saw the development of powerful self-contained fishing fleets, so-called distant-water fleets (DWFs), which roamed the worlds oceans, seeking out rich harvesting targets wherever they might be ...
Pollution decay, consumer awareness and optimal carbon taxes
(Discussion paper2004:7, Working paper, 2004-02)
The effects of non-linear decay and consumer preferences are analyzed in a setting where optimal extraction of non-renewable resources is combined with stock externalities. The control is exercised via a corrective tax and ...
A hit-and-run interloper model for a regional fisheries management on the high sea
(Discussion paper2002:10, Working paper, 2002-07)
The 1993 U.N. Straddling Stock Agreement prescribes a multi-national organizational structure for management of an exploited marine fish stock, one whose range straddles both .Extended Economic Zones. (EEZs) and high seas ...