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The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration
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Journal DOI :
The Korean Society of Fisheries Business Adminidtration
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Volume & Issues
Volume 1, Issue 2 - Dec 1970
Volume 1, Issue 1 - May 1970
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A Study of the Eo Chon Gae (In a point of Administrative Community)
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 1, issue 1, 1970, Pages 1~18
The fishermen around fishing villages have organized the Eo Chon Gae, a co-operative organization based on the Fisheries Co-operative Law. The Eo chon Gae plays a vital role in the fishing village community, and the common economic, administrative and social profits are expected by members. The members of the Eo Chon Gae must work together in a common coastal fishing ground, this fishing ground is jointly owned by the community, and the members have to conduct the Eo chon Gae jointly for their common profit. This system, as mentioned above, is called the Eo Chon Gae, which is generally called a fishing village community, or a fishing administrative community. The purpose of these theses is to consider what kind of character and principles the Eo Chon Gae has. The contents of these theses are divided into six parts: 1. The various concepts of the fishing administrative community 2. The progress of the Eo Chon Gae. 3. The organization of the Eo chon Gae. 4. The purpose of the Eo chon Gae. 5. The work of the Eo Chon Gae. 6. Types of the Eo Chon Gae.
Study to Select a Strategic Fisheries for the Encouragement of a Long Term Planning Project in the Korean Fishing Industry.
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 1, issue 1, 1970, Pages 19~68
This is a study of a long term project to encourage the Korean fishing industry. It seeks to supply a sound theoretical background in an attempt to liberalize the capital investment of the industry. However, the discussions developed in this thesis are based on, the existing world's fisheries resources, the possibility of their prospective cultivation, and the analysis of the evolution of Korean fisheries and fisheries organization. According to the reasults of the analysis ; out of the prospective world fisheries resources which are estimated at about 200 millions m/t the total yield per year is only about 70 millions m/t (1969), and Korea occupies only 850 thousands m/t. This therefore means that the Korean fishing industry allows much room for further growth. But the purpose of Korea's existing fishing industry organizations is entirely directed toword coastal fisheries and their functions never reache beyond the limit of off-shore fisheries. Thus almost 99% of the fisheries population engage in small scale fisheries along the coast line. The result is that the resource are almost exhausted by such over-exploitation. Being faced by this fact, it is of urgent necessity to modernize the management of fisheries as well as to encourage larger scale management of fisheries industries. This should be accompanied by the liberalization of capital investment. For this purpose this study also recommends the unification or annexation of small organizations to establish larger ones that will function for a larger scale industry. and further this study recommends that, in order to reorganize the existing fisheries organizations, a principle of selection should be applied in the areas of (1) maximum sustainable yields, (2) the possibility of forming an enterprise and (3) the maintenance of organization stability.