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Fishpen and Fischcage Culture in Laguna de Bay: Status, Economic Importance, and the Relative Severity of Problems Affecting its Practice

  title={Fishpen and Fischcage Culture in Laguna de Bay: Status, Economic Importance, and the Relative Severity of Problems Affecting its Practice},
  author={D. Israel},
  journal={Philippine Journal of Development},
  • D. Israel
  • Published 2008
  • Business
  • Philippine Journal of Development
This paper reviews the status of fishpen and fishcage culture in Laguna de Bay, with emphasis on its economic importance and the relative severity of the problems affecting its continued practice. The paper aims to provide an economic analysis that will help decisionmakers, stakeholders, and other interested parties make informed decisions and opinions on the conduct of the activity. Sources of data are the survey of fishpen and fishcage operators and their operations and key informant… Expand
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