Advances in Fisheries Economics: Festschrift in Honour of Professor Gordon R. Munro
T. Bjørndal and D.V. Gordon.
Section 1. Property rights and fisheries management.
Chapter 2: Phases in the Evolution of Property in Sea Fisheries.
Chapter 3: Property Rights Quality and Economic Efficiency of Fisheries Management Regimes: Some Basic Results.
Chapter 4: How to Resolve the Class II Common Property Problem? The Case of the British Columbia’s Multi-Species Groundfish Trawl Fishery.
R.Q. Grafton, H.W. Nelson and B. Turris.
Chapter 5: Auctions of IFQs as a Means to Share the Rent.
Chapter 6: Shadow Prices for Fishing Quota: Fishing with Econometrics.
D. Dupont and D.V. Gordon.
Section 2. Capital theory and natural resources.
Chapter 7: Rational Expectations and Fisheries Management.
Chapter 8: Linking Natural Capital and Physical Capital: A Review of Renewable Resource Investment Models.
Chapter 9: Fisheries Management with Stock Uncertainty and Costly Capital Adjustment.
M. Doyle, R. Singh and Q. Weninger.
Section 3. Game theory and international fisheries.
Chapter 10: The Incomplete Information Stochastic Split-Stream Model: An Overview.
R. McKelvey, P.V. Golubtsov, G. Cripe and K.A. Miller.
Chapter 11: Coalition Games in Fisheries Economics.
M. Lindroos, L.G. Kronbak and V. Kaitala.
Chapter 12: Incentive Compatibility of Fish-Sharing Agreements.
Chapter 13: Fish Stew: Uncertainty, Conflicting Interests and Climate Regime Shifts.
Chapter 14: A Dynamic Game on Renewable Natural Resource Exploitation and Markov Perfect Equilibrium.
Section 4. Applied fisheries economics and management.
Chapter 15: The Role of the Fishing Industry in the Icelandic Economy.
S. Agnarson and R. Arnason.
Chapter 16: Factor Use and Productivity Change in a Rights-Based Fishery.
B.M.H. Sharp and C. Batstone.
Chapter 17: Scientific Uncertainty and Fisheries Management.
W.E. Schrank and G. Pontecorvo.
Chapter 18: Spatial-Temporal Stock Assessment Analysis with Application to the Scotia-Fundy Herring Fishery.
Work Boat World, December 2007
- A true landmark publication in fisheries management and economics
- Chapters written by many of the world’s leading fisheries economics specialists
- Compiled in honour of the work and achievements of Professor Gordon Munro of the University of British Columbia