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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 17, Issue 2 - Dec 1986
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Jun 1986
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A Study on the Fishing Ground Location
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 17, issue 1, 1986, Pages 1~17
Since the middle of the 70s, the countries with the marine resources declared the exclusive water zone of two hundred miles. As a result, our country lacked many foreign fishing grounds. This awakened our perception of fishing grounds. The fishing ground is an important factor in the economical effectiveness of fisheries. The fishing ground must have the following basic conditions. 1. It must be the place the fishery resources inhabit and wander. 2. Their catching or aquaculturing must be possible by the technical methods. 3. It must have economic worth in the management. The fishing ground that achieves the above basic conditions is affected by the following factors. This is the factor of the fishing ground location. A. Natural factor 1). Suitable climate 2).Abundant resources 3). Good quality of the sea-bottom 4). Not to be pollutted area B, Economic factor 1). Be adjacent to fishing port and fisheries market 2). Good working conditions 3). Be abundant of economical resources C. Social factor 1). Be possible to work legally 2). Be permitted in the political relations 3). Be acquainted with the customs of foreign countries The fishing ground location is mainly affected by the natural factor of the above factors. The abundance of resources depends on the natural resources. The resources in the fishing ground have the cycle of developing period, maturing period, and decaying period according to the fishing efforts. The point that we sustainably yield the maximum of fishery resources is the changing point of maturing period and decaying period. We call this point MSY, so the resources of fishing ground should be managed by the MSY. Therefore, when we select the fishing ground location. We should judge the natural factor, the economic factor and the social factor synthetically according to the situation and environment, so we can achieve the efficient management.
A Study on the Essence of the Fisheries Business Administration Part I The subject of study
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 17, issue 1, 1986, Pages 19~39
A Study on the Horizontal Management of the Fisheries in the Northeastern Pacific
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 17, issue 1, 1986, Pages 41~76
The northeastern Pacific and eastern Bering Sea supports large and divers finfish and shellfish compelxes. The North Pacific fishing grounds are largest fish production total 30.89 percent of the world in 1983. Recent action by the around countries extending their fisheies jurisdiction to 200 mile has provided a new environment. The new approch to fisheries management has resulted in an arormous expansion in tile demand for scientific information. These are no longer limited to biological concerns. Emphasis has been focused recently on the need to understand the economic, social, politics and philosophy characteristics of a fishing and how they will be affected by management decisions. The horizontal management and portfolio management for fisheries has increased interest in complex biological models and the coupling of these models with economic, politics and phyisophy components. Successful completion of this task will require and expanded understanding of oceanographic, biological, economic, social, politics and philosophic process associated with fisheries. Particular attention should be devoted to acquiring information an data processing for Korean trawl fishery, stock assessment in the areas. The need for international collaboration in management must be stressed. Some northeast Pacific and eastern Bering Sea fish stock migrate over long distances and political boundaries. Further, nearly all the fish stocks are harvested by several nations. The features require cooperation and coordination of research activities. The horizontal management will be made a way these activities for the around countries in the sea. Strongly, tile proposed again, Pacific International Council for Exploration of the Seas, PICES will interest between all users of the area's fisheries.
A Study on the Cooperative Marketing of Fishery Products in Korea
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 17, issue 1, 1986, Pages 77~106
In the field of fisheries, there is at the apex Central Federation of Fishery Cooperatives, established under the Fishery Cooperatives Law(1962), It is a multipurpose organization with a membership of 105 cooperatives, 87 regional cooperatives, 15 business-type cooperatives and 3 manufactures' cooperatives. Accordingly, this thesis examines the marketing of fishery cooperatives in Korea, and in particular considers the marketing channel strategy of fisheries products. No company can perform by itself all the activities involved in the production and distribution of its products and services to its final markets. It must work with other firms to get the job done. Thus marketing channel firms of the fisheries products include primarily the fishery cooperatives, the licensed In the field of fisheries, there is at the apex Central Federation of Fishery Cooperatives, established under the Fishery Cooperatives Law (1962). It is a multipurpose organization with a membership of 105 cooperatives, 87 regional cooperatives, 15 business-type cooperatives and 3 manufactures' cooperatives. Accordingly, this thesis examines the marketing of fishery cooperatives in Korea, and in particular considers the marketing channel strategy of fisheries products. No company can perform by itself all the activities involved in the production and distribution of its products and services to its final markets. It must work with other firms to get the job done. Thus marketing channel firms of the fisheries products include primarily the fishery cooperatives, the licensed dealers and the merchant middlemen. The goal of marketing is in matching of segments of supply and demand. Every producer seeks to the link the marketing channel firms that will help it accomplish its objective best. This thesis tries to attempt to improve the present Korean Fishery Cooperatives marketing activities. The purpose of the operation of fishery cooperatives is to guarantee the profits of fisherman as well as the interests of general consumers by eliminating the inordinate profits of middlemen and by narrowing other market margins. Fishery cooperatives marketing activity functions forming a self-helf organization for economic protection of producers themselves, and acting as a market reformational institution through its transaction by group. The following are the characteristics of fishery cooperatives marketing. \circled1 Fishery cooperatives is organized with an economic factor and a personnel factor. \circled2 Fishery cooperatives is non-profit organization. \circled3 The members of fishery cooperatives is independent constitution of economy, but they are closely connected with the cooperative. \circled4 Fishery cooperatives is a mutual aid organization. The objective of an efficient marketing strategy may be well described by the common saying provides the right product at the right time, the right place, and the right price. But it is quite true that the Korean Fishermen's Cooperative can be said to owe its development to the successful implementation of the marketing system. The use of the marketing system has resulted in the following marketing strategy. 1. The direct marketing system. \circled1 The cooperation between the fishery cooperatives and the other cooperative through the collection and delivery center. \circled2 The selling between the fishery cooperatives and the large scale retailers through the process industry. 2. The vertical marketing system. \circled1The fishermen's cooperative to be nominated by wholesaler in the terminal market. \circled2 Contracted vertical marketing system. \circled3 Abolition of selling by double auction in the landing and the terminal market. 3. The physical distribution system. \circled1 The need for adoption of cold chain system to connect production directly to consumption. \circled2 The need for more expansion of landing markets and terminal market facilities. Solutions to the problems of the Korean fishery are made possible through effective functioning of cooperative marketing activities of fishery products. The marketing concept of fishermen's cooperative lies in the satisfaction of consumer needs. According to the marketing concept fishermen's cooperative should try to satisfy customer's needs through a coodinated set of activities that allows the organization to achieve its goal. Providing satisfaction to customers is the major trust of the marketing concept. To do this, a business must find out what will satisfy customers. With this information the cooperative sells to the greatest possible number of customers through the most efficient sales and marketing channels. Economic rationality of fishermen's cooperative marketing lies in reduction of marketing cost and elimination of intermediate institutions. Cooperative marketing and direct marketing are both indispensable marketing factors for a new cooperative organization among the manu ways. The cooperation between the fishermen's cooperative and the others cooperative, and vertical marketing system are the most necessary ones. Propulsion of cooperative marketing system could not be successful without the support of the marketing instituion's help. Consequently, successful cooperative marketing ought to lead to the necessity not only for the improvement of marketing organization, but for the application of a new marketing concept in the fishermen's cooperative.
A Large and Changing U.S. Market for Gadoids and Other Groundfish
Dae-Kyum Kim ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 17, issue 1, 1986, Pages 107~115
The United States is the world's leading importer of frozen processed groundfish products, with over two thirds of total world imports. Over 90% of the U.S. groundfish demand is met by inports, while about 2 million mt of groundfish are taken from U, S. waters by joint-venture and foreign fleets. The objective of this paper is to provide descriptive information concerning the U.S. groundfish market and the potential for groundfish resources off Alaska to become a major source of supply to this market. The size of the U.S. market, U.S. imports, trade policies, and catch from U.S, waters are discussed, and a comparison is made between the potential domestic catch of groundfish off Alaska and current U.S. groundfish consumption. The total optimum yield of 2.3 million mt for flounders, cod, and pollock is about four times the round weight equivalent of U.S. imports of these species in 1984.