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The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration
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The Korean Society of Fisheries Business Adminidtration
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Volume 13, Issue 2 - Dec 1982
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Jun 1982
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A Study on the Successor-Cultivation in Fisheries Management
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 13, issue 1, 1982, Pages 1~46
Setting a Problem : Developing industrialization and urbanization has been accompanying the outflow of farming-and fisheries village's population, and brings upon lowering of number of fishermen and their productive efficiency as a result. The point of issue of such an outflow of fishermen which is a cause of the shortage of fisheries man-power should be considered through the analysis of the present state of fishery, and then 'How should the normative fisheries man-power policy be performed?' has to be thought after the investigation upon self-existable fishermen's successor-cultivation(SFSC) project which has been driven forward by government. Method of Study : In order to seek concretely a rational way to achieve SFSC undertaking successfully, the teleological method is adopted fundamentally. But the analysis on the fisheries present state centering on fisheries population and the fishery-orientedness of fishermen who are selected randomly in five islands of Jeonranamdo-Province and Kyeongsangnamdo-Province has been tried with the object of groping for a successful and purposive way of successor-cultivation. And the controversial point is brought out through the analysis of the first year's result which SFSC project has been undertaken in 1981. The above-mentioned affair is especially studied on the basic attitude which 'fishery' is a 'profession'.
Survey on the Income Distribution of Fishing Households in Korea
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 13, issue 1, 1982, Pages 47~61
This paper first makes a survey of fishing household economy which possess fishing boats under 10 gross Tons by a questionnaire, and makes a comparative study of major indicators of fishing household economy between Korea and Japan, and finally suggests some policies for the fisheries management. Major indicators are the status of fishery household members, number of fishing boats which possess, fisheries incomes, fishing household incomes, side business incomes of fishing household, disposal incomes, living expenses, sufficient degree of living cost, average propensity to consumption and so on. Some policies for improvement in fishing household incomes are suggested in the paper as follows: ⑴ Form a policy similar to a project aiming for increasing the income of fishermen so that the side business income will also increase. ⑵ The point of view in tracing origin of low productivity. ⑶ It has drawn up a plan to encourage saving after analyzing the cause of high propensity to consumption. ⑷ The paper is aimed to collect basic statistical materials for fisheries administration.
An Analysis of the Growing Trend on the Major Fisheries of the Coastal and Adjacent-Sea in Korea
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 13, issue 1, 1982, Pages 63~84
This study is an analysis of the growing trend from 1971 to 1980 on the four major fisheries in Korea; large powered purse seine, anchovy drag net, two boats large trawl and one boat large trawl. The main purpose of this study is to find some solutions against the problems which these fisheries are faced with, through the analysis of the growing trend of income, capital structure and main ratios of finance. According to the result of the analysis, the problems are as following: \circled1 Revenues per vessel was decreased when catches per vessel was decreased in 1979, 1980. therefore the increase ratio of the revenues per vessel was weakened from 1979. \circled2 Catches per vessel was decreased from 1979 in spite of the increase of gross cathes in its field. \circled3 Production costs in fishing, such as the cost of wages, fuels and repairs, was steadily up year by year. \circled4 Profitability was deteriorated from 1978. \circled5 productivity was lower from 1978. \circled6 Stability was lower from 1978. The solutions out of the above problems are as follows; \circled1 Fisheries resources must be fostered. \circled2 The numbers of vessels should be reduced according to the fisheries resources. \circled3 The precise amount of resources should be dynamically estimated. \circled4 The fishermen must be educated to reduce fishing cost such as the cost of fuels and repairs, etc. \circled5 The old vessels should be replaced. \circled6 The production efficiency should be promoted. \circled7 The rate of interest should be cut down to reduce financial cost.
Economic Feasibility of a Hypothetical Shrimp Farm a Combination of Semi-Closed Raceways and Ponds
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 13, issue 1, 1982, Pages 85~97
This study involves a blending of intensive and extensive shrimp culture techniques for a hypothetical shrimp farm which uses a combination of heated raceway nurseries and extensive grow-out ponds per year. The present value method of economic analysis is used to determine economic feasibility. The biological data in this reports were obtained from published or personal communications from leaders in the field of shrimp aquaculture. The proposed system showed economic feasibility using the present value method with discount rates of 10% and 12%. The most profitable scenario, the culture of three crops of Penaeus vannamei showed a 1.26 year payback period and 120% annual average rate of return. The breakeven price was ＄1.25/1b., which is ＄1.52 less than the market price of ＄2.77. Breakeven production was 724 1bs/acre, which is 8761bs. less than the assumed 1,600 1bs/acre. All other scenarios 1.2 and 3 crops for P. stylirostris and P. setiferus showed economic feasibility also.