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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 28, Issue 2 - Dec 1997
Volume 28, Issue 1 - Jun 1997
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A Study on Fisheries Management and Regulation of Fishing Area Disputes in Korean Coastal Waters
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 28, issue 1, 1997, Pages 1~26
The Proposal of this paper is to draw up solution about fishing disputes in Korea coastal waters. Small fishing vessels under 8 metric tons which is regulated by the provincial governors, must operate within provincial boundary on the sea as in fishery policy of Korea. on this, I think that the present situations of fishing disputes have related to the fishing license system. Problem of this kind, Before 1970's, fishing disputes rarely took place, and it, if any, did not bring any social conflicts or disputes. Since 1980's, some of fishing disputes have been reported within fisheries society Recently, The disputes have been increasing to become social conflicts between local people concerned and have evoked an argument on whether the provincial boundary on the sea exists. If such disputes continues to increases or remains unsolved, they will bring a tremendous social cost such as an accelerated decrease in fish resources, degradation of fishing grounds, disorder in fishing, destruction of fisheries culture and so on. The reasons for the growing disputes can be specified as fellows : the degradation of fish resources, the present fishing license system which inherently causes competitions in fish catching, irrational ceiling system of fishing vessels, legal problem on existing boundary between neighbouring two provinces, the functional problem of national or regional fishery coordination committee which has been established to coordinate general fishing disputes. This study has also dealt with Japan's experiences in fishing disputes which has the history of more than a hundred years and its coordinating mechanism. In the discussion section, some possible solutions have been briefly touched fer further study.
A Study on the Present Characterristics of Fisheries Import from the Change of International Trade Environment
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 28, issue 1, 1997, Pages 27~49
The purpose of this paper is to widen the viewpoint of fisheries trade which has been discussed under the coventional comparative advantage theory based on price difference between exporting country and importing country. therefore the paper tries to find out \circled1 the characteristics of several factors which has enabled fisheries trade compared to manufactured goods trade. \circled2 the development pattern of such factors and the present influence of such factors on current fisheries trade. \circled3 the present characteristics of fisheries trade especially fisheries import under the context of the logic of international fisheries trade.
A Reconsideration of the Fishing Industry of Korea and Its Basic Problems
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 28, issue 1, 1997, Pages 51~70
The fishing industry of Korea is now i a critical transitional stage. That is, broadly speaking, there are two dominant factors that constrain the further development of Korea fishey and effective competition in the international fishing industry. First of all, the global fishing industry has experienced many significant changes due to the execution of U.N, maritime law, the establishment of EEZ(the Exclusive Economic Zones), the increased roles of WTO(the World Trade Organization) as well as Korea being a member of OECD(the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development). Second, the fishing industry of Korea is faced with the following domestic troubles, such as the icreasing fishing expenses, insufficient labor supply, and the collapse of traditional local co-operative organizations of fishing villages, etc. However, the demand for aquatic products of home consumers not only continues to increase but also is shifting to select more valuable species, completely ignoring the above-mentioned serious pressures incurred by the Korean fishery. To solve these problems and keep developing steadily, it is necessary for the fishing industry of Korea to adopt a more active and flexible development pattern in order to reset up the regional economic base in fishing villages nation-wide and make the exploitation of fishing resources balance. The paper gives an reconsideration to the primary alternatives facing the Korean fishery and its prospective roles in a realistic and far-sighted attitude. It may serve as an endeavour in seeking an outlet for the fishing industry of korea to advance forwardly and lastingly.
A Study on the Estimation Method of Compensation for Restriction in Licensed Fisheries Caused by a Large Scale Coastal Reclamation
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 28, issue 1, 1997, Pages 71~83
This paper tries to suggest one kind of estimation method of compensation for restriction in licenced fisheries caused by a large scale coastal reclamation under Code 62 of the Fisheries Act. To do so, the paper focuses on estimating the restriction rate of licenced fisheries through introducing several new factors for calculating the amount value of compensation, such as the restriction rate of fishing area, the decreasing rate of fishing time and the variation rate of fishing cost. Finally, the paper tries to apply the method to the case of compensation fer fisheries damage at the Incheon coastal area caused by the construction of the base of LNG of 1992.
Study on the Control System Based on Results Measurement
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 28, issue 1, 1997, Pages 85~117
This paper is focused on management control system. From a management control perspective, strategies should be viewed as useful, but not absolutely necessary, guides to the proper design of an MCS. When strategies are formulated more clearly, more control alternatives become feasible and it becomes easier to implement each form of management control effectively. The common and important category of controls are action controls, personnel and cultural controls, and results controls. Action controls involves ensuring that employees perform(or do not perform) certain actions that are known to be beneficial(or harmful) to the organization. Personnel and cultural controls take steps to ensure that employees will control each others' behaviors. Results controls involve rewarding individuals(and sometimes groups of individuals) for generating good outcomes or punishing them for poor outcomes. The results controls of ROI-type measure cause to make managers excessively short- term oriented, or myopic. When managers' orientations to the short - term become excessive -when the management are more concerned with short-term profit than entity value-the managers are said to be myopic. We car, solve myopic problem by introducing AR(abnormal return), near-perfect indicators of value creation. The results - control ideal would be to hold all employees accountable for the wealth they individually create(or destroy) for the owners of the entities in which they work. This ideal is approachable for top management of publicly traded corporations because for these organizations, the wealth created(returns to shareholders) can be measured directly for any period(such as a year, a quarter, or a month) as the measurement period pin(or minus) the change in the market value of the stock.