Individual transferable quotas versus auctioned seasonal quotas , an experimental investigation

  title={Individual transferable quotas versus auctioned seasonal quotas , an experimental investigation},
  author={By Erling Moxnes},
  • By Erling Moxnes
  • Published 2006
Fishery policies have largely developed in response to experienced problems. The last major change is the introduction of individual transferable quotas, ITQs. This seems to be a promising policy instrument compared to previous policies. Extrapolating from previous experiences, however, a further investigation of the ITQ system may reveal weakness of this instrument as well and may help improve the policy or stimulate the development of alternative policies. One such alternative may be… CONTINUE READING

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