Regional Economic Impacts of Reductions in Fisheries Production: A Supply-Driven Approach

@article{Leung2001RegionalEI,
  title={Regional Economic Impacts of Reductions in Fisheries Production: A Supply-Driven Approach},
  author={P. Leung and Sam Pooley},
  journal={Marine Resource Economics},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={251 - 262}
}
Much debate and subsequent confusion have recently been generated regarding the economic importance of the longline fisheries for tuna and swordfish in Hawaii. Depending on the methodology employed, the measures of the economic importance of these fisheries to Hawaii can vary significantly. This paper attempts to provide an assessment of the alternative measures and their implications for fishery policy. In assessing the economic impact of the reduction in longline activities due to season and… Expand
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