SALMON AQUACULTURE: LARGER COMPANIES AND INCREASED PRODUCTION

@inproceedings{Asche2013SALMONAL,
  title={SALMON AQUACULTURE: LARGER COMPANIES AND INCREASED PRODUCTION},
  author={Frank Asche and Kristin H. Roll and Hilde Ness Sandvold and Arne S{\o}rvig and Dengjun Zhang},
  year={2013}
}
Salmon farming is among the most successful aquaculture industries with a production growth that is substantially higher than aggregate aquaculture production in recent decades. It is well known that innovations and productivity growth are the main sources for this development. In this article we look closer at two potentially important factors in production growth, development of farm size and company size directly through economies of scale and indirectly through capacity in R&D, innovation… CONTINUE READING

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