What works well and why: evidence from fishery-management experiences in OECD countries*

@inproceedings{Sutinen1999WhatWW,
  title={What works well and why: evidence from fishery-management experiences in OECD countries*},
  author={Jon G. Sutinen},
  year={1999}
}
A summary is presented of the efforts by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to determine which fishery-management measures are effective in conserving marine fisheries and in producing significant economic and social benefits, based on analyses of more than 100 fisheries in 24 OECD member countries. The evidence on management experiences is organized to focus on outcomes predominantly related to the resource, harvest, market, social, and administrative aspects of… CONTINUE READING

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