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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 23, Issue 2 - Dec 1992
Volume 23, Issue 1 - Jun 1992
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Some Thoughts on the Common Fisheries Policy of the European Community
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 23, issue 2, 1992, Pages 1~15
With the major changes in fisheries management brought about by technological, politico -legal, and economic and biological development, new problems have emerged in the fisheries sector of the European Community countries. In 1986, the entry of Spain and Portugal to the European Community made the Community the third biggest producer of fishery products in the world. It also had considerable impact on the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) due to their fishing fleets. This article examines the complexity of establishing the Common Fisheries Policy in the European Community, while underlining the value of such an approach. It reviews four main areas of the common fisheries policy : access to waters and the conservation and management of stocks ; organization of the market ; structural changes and research, and international relations. It also discusses the specific fisheries problems to which the approach of CAP has been applied. It is argued that the fishery resource policy was the most trublesome to put into practice. It is the forum for such thorny questions as total allowable catch (TAC) and the sharing out of TAC between member states. It is shown that there are many things to be tackled in the CAP for the deeper integration in the fisheries sector. The author concludes by suggesting that the Common Fisheries Policy would be a suitable example to which Republic of Korea could refer in concluding reciprocal fisheries agreements with other countries and making the cooperative fisheries policy with North Korea.
The Comprehensive Analysis of the Growth of Japanese Fisheries
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 23, issue 2, 1992, Pages 17~40
Welfare Effects of Marine Pollution Control in Fisheries Industry - Interindustry Factor Movements -
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 23, issue 2, 1992, Pages 41~51
Modern Capital Theory and Optimal Fisheries Management
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 23, issue 2, 1992, Pages 53~67
It has been recognized, virtually from the time of its inception, that fisheries economics, like other aspects of resource economics, should ideally be cast in capital-theoretic terms. The fish population or biomass can be viewed as a capital stock in that, like conventional or man-made capital, it is capable of yielding a sustainable consumption flow through time. This study is to introduce the optimal control theory which was extended from the theory of calculus of variations into the study of former static theory of fisheries economics started by Gordon (1954). The optimal control theory eliminated the inadequacies of the classical techniques to a large extent. From this point of view, this study, on the base of Schaefer model, summerizes most of major results achieved so far, but does so in a manner such that the links with capital theory are made transparent. This study explores two sets of problems. The first concerns the optimal approach to the equilibrium stock, i.e. the optimal investment policy. The second set of problems arises from the relaxation of the highly restrictive assumption of autonomy (i.e. the assumption that the parameters are independent of time), then concludes the relaxation of linearity assumption together with the complexities caused by that.
A Study on the Change of Fisheries Trade Structure - Current State of Capital Reformation in Fishery -
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 23, issue 2, 1992, Pages 69~89
An Empirical Study to Estimate Fisheries Productivity Using a Statistical Application
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 23, issue 2, 1992, Pages 91~99
It has been one of the critical issues that the researchers properly evaluate the fishing rights foregone by the coastal development activities like wetland reclamation. Particularly, estimating the productivity of concerned fishing rights is known to play a significant role in their monetary compensation. As a result, this paper attempts to develop a statistical model characterized by Cobb-Douglas production function in conjunction with the fisheries' productivity estimation. The primary hypotheses involving their statistical production function are as below : 1. The quantity of fisheries production is hypothesized to be expressed as a function of capital (K) and labor(L) put into fishing activities. 2. The estimated parameters of K and L are hypothesized to satisfy the conventional condition of production function as a form of Cobb-Douglas. These statistical tests reveal that the shellfish farming productivity heavily depends on the acre of mariculture while the input of labor force also considerably affects its productivity. In case of the fixed net fishing productivity, both the factors of capital and labor similarly affect the marginal change in its productivity. En addition, the productivity of shellfish (arming turns out to follow the increasing returns to scale, whereas that of fixed net fishing comes up with the decreasing returns to scale.
A Study on the Fisheries Marketing Channels
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 23, issue 2, 1992, Pages 101~128
How to distribute fisheries catches from producer to consumer is very important for everybody joined fisheries marketing channels (FMC), because most people are influenced their revenue and expenditure through marketing channels. Many institutions in Korea after 1960's have tried to develop the rationalization of FMC, but they have not gotten the satisfactory results in general in spite of a lot fruits. Comparing with general manufacturing industry, the fisheries industry has some specializations in the marketing channels. It makes them unique structure included wholesale market system similiar to fresh (perishable) food market with expertised technology. Wholesale market collects, distributes the fisheries catches and evaluates in by auction or bidding without consideration of producer's opinion. It is very necessary institution to make a decision to equatible price for fresh food and to play an important role for marketing effectiveness with minimum total transation and with massed reserve among institutions. But it has two weak points to increase the marketing cost and to make products bad fresh (perishable). Therefore, both Producer and consumer want to find the direct channels not to pass through wholesale market and to get more profit. I wanted to explain what problems of traditional FMC are and why the direct channel is necessary as follows in this paper. Chapter II : The types and specialization of FMC Chapter III : The structure and problem of fisheries wholesale market channel Chapter IV Marketing cost of FMC and direct channel I suggested when the direct channel in FMC is designed, new planner must carry out marketing functions which are performanced by wholesaler, middle man and the joined members of auction at wholesale market. In view of consumption area, these functions are : (1) the finding of production partner to make a business ; (2) communication of information ; (3) collecting ; (4) distribution ; (5) selecting and grading ; (6) evaluating ; (7) financing and payment ; (8) organization, in view of consumption area. The government must support also the group or individual of new direct channels to succeed it with (1) furnishing of market information (2) supplying of land and facility (3) financing (4) feed-back of dierct channels totally (5) making an opportunity of communication between producer and consumer. I want to emphasize again wholesale market is necessary and important institution for equatible price of fresh food in spite of the its weak points. At the same time. the direct channels are necessary to reduce the marketing cost and to keep better fresh food.