Fisheries in UK Law
- The Anglo-Icelandic Fisheries Dispute
A Systematic Approach to Studying Fisheries Governance
How can policies for governing marine fisheries become more effective? How can we engage in developing a new science of fisheries governance that promotes knowledge accumulation and collective lear...
- Review: International Law and Organization: The Fisheries Regime of the Exclusive Economic Zone, EEC Fisheries Law
- Domestic Groups, Bureaucrats, and Bilateral Fisheries Relations
Governing Global Fisheries: Commons, Community Law and Third-Country Coastal
Key fish stocks off the West African coast are currently overexploited, raising biological alarm-bells and threatening the socioeconomic well-being of regional inhab...
- Fisheries Management Act 1991: Are Itqs Property?
- The Politics and Governance of UK Fisheries after Brexit
Civil conflict and world fisheries, 1952–2004
While the negative economic consequences of civil conflict are well known, does civil conflict have sector-specific effects that threaten food and economic security? This article surveys the effect...
- FISHERMEN'S REMUNERATION SYSTEMS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT
Redesigning Indian Ocean Fisheries Governance for 21st Century Sustainability
Goal 14 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals recognises the continued pressure on marine ecosystems and the need to implement performance based management arrangements for fisheries....
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