Fisheries Economics, Volume II
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Volume II: Extensions: Multispecies Models: Analysis of open access commercial exploitation and maximum economic yield in biologically and technologically interdependent fisheries, Lee G. Anderson; An economic analysis of the fisheries bycatch problem, John R. Boyce. International Utilization: The great fish war: an example using a dynamic Cournot-Nash solution, David Levhari and Leonard J. Mirman; The optimal management of a transboundary renewable resource, Gordon R. Munro; Fishing as a super game, RAgnvaldur Hannesson. Uncertainty: Stochastic bioeconomics: a review of basic methods and results, Peder Andersen and Jon G. Sutinen; How to set catch quotas: constant effort and constant catch, RAgnvaldur Hannesson and Stein Ivar Steinshamm; Implementing the precautionary principle in fisheries management through marine reserves, Tim Lauck, Colin W. Clark, Marc Mangel and Gordon R. Munro; Marine reserves: what would they accomplish?, RAgnvaldur Hannesson. Beyond the Schaeffer Model: Beverton-Holt model of a commercial fishery: optimal dynamics, Colin Clark, Gordon Edwards and Michael Friedlaender; Bioeconomics of spatial exploitation in a patchy environment, James N. Sanchiro and James E. Wilen. Schooling Species: The dynamics of an open access fishery, Trond BjArndal and Jon M. Conrad; The optimal management of North Sea herring, Trond BjArndal. The Share System: The share system in open-access and optimally regulated fisheries, Lee G. Anderson. Recreational Fisheries: Bioeconomic models of marine recreational fishing, Kenneth E. McConnell and Jon G. Sutinen; Toward a complete economic theory of the utilization and management of recreational fisheries, Lee. G. Anderson. Analysis of Management Agencies: The economics of fishery law enforcement, Jon G. Sutinen and Peder Andersen; Optimal governing instrument, operational level and enforcement in natural resource regulation: the case of the fishery, Lee G. Anderson and Dwight R. Lee; A model of regulated open access use, Francis R. Homans and James E. Wilen. Applications: Property rights and efficiency in the oyster industry, Richard J. Agnello and Lawrence P. Donnelley; Production economics and optimal stock size in a North Atlantic fishery, Trond BjArndal; Optimal timing of harvest for the North Carolina bay scallop fishery, Robert L. Kellogg, J.E. Easley Jr and Thomas Johnston; A bioeconomic model of the Pacific whiting, John M. Conrad; Assessing efficiency gains from the individual transferable quotas: an application to the mid-Atlantic surf clam and ocean quahog fishery, Quinn Weninger; Bioeconomic analysis of alternative selection patterns in the United States Atlantic silver hake fishery, E.M. Thunberg, T.E. Hesler and R.K. Mayo; Name index.