A Systematic Approach to Studying Fisheries Governance

  title={A Systematic Approach to Studying Fisheries Governance},
  author={Xavier Basurto and Mateja Nenadovic},
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 learning? We look into these issues by reviewing the current social-ecological status of marine fisheries, common policy approaches in place to govern them, and key learned lessons and shortcomings. While great efforts have been made towards understanding marine governance in the last 50 years, if we are… CONTINUE READING
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