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Volume 31, Issue 2 - Dec 2000
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Problems on the Conservation of Fisheries Resources Raised by an Early Trade Liberalization of the Fisheries Sector in Korea
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 31, issue 2, 2000, Pages 1~9
Economic Models for Evaluating Fisheries Damages and Fisheries Administrative Measures for Coastal Fisheries
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 31, issue 2, 2000, Pages 11~26
The study tries to extend the Kang and Kim's model(1997) for evaluating fisheries damages caused by a large scale coastal reclamation. The paper tries to suggest a more generalized model by adopting new applicable variables such as the decreasing rate of production quantity amount and decreasing numbers of variables for simplification and derivation of quantative results. The paper also tries to suggest the decision model for fisheries administrative measures on the basis of the degree of damages.
The Development of China′a Marin Fisheries and Reorganization of Region Fisheries in the East China Sea
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 31, issue 2, 2000, Pages 27~45
This study discusses the development structure of China's Marine Fisheries in the East China Sea. China's marine fisheries have developed since the 1980s along with it's economic expansion. The total catch in the East China Sea has increased especially during the 1990s. The Chinese fishery has developed remarkably through individual management, expansion of their fishing grounds from inshore to off-shore, and increase of the catch in both pelagic and bottom species. In other words, the trawl fishery in China has led to higher production. We can say that the progress in Chinese fisheries is the result of their expansion policy. Their boats have been coming closer and closer to the Japanese and Korea fishing grounds during the 1990s. Chinese fisheries is exploiting the low cost and thus strengthening its quantity. Based on rising fish price, expanding domestic fish markets as well as expels, China is enjoying the high income. However, in trawl fishery, productivity is stagnant and profit is going down due to the rising cost. In accordance with the new 200 mile EEZ system in the East China Sea, China's fisheries will be restricted mostly by the new regulation which requires the reduction of fishing efforts and the application of resource management.
Study on the Possibility of Implementation of TAC Management System in China
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 31, issue 2, 2000, Pages 47~65
The existing Law of fisheries Management of China was firstly established on October 30th, 1986 and revised in October, 2000. The new Law of Fisheries Management provided a basis for introduction of the TAC (total allowable catch) system into China. Introduction of the TAC system is a natural result of the practise of EEZ (exclusive economic zone). In addition, the inability of the traditional fishery management system and the promising results obtained by conductions of TAC system in some countries with advanced fishery also make the introduction of TAC system a necessity, However, the contradictions between the unrealistic introduction of the fisheries management systems, the small-scale operation, higher expense of the conduction and supervision of the systems, and the insufficiencies of human power, financial fund, and scientific technique of the underdeveloped country resulted in the ineffectiveness of the new systems. So this study is to discuss the background and the possibility of TAC system implementation in china. The results of this study showed that many factors restrict the implementation of TAC system into China at present. It will take a long time to practise the new system. meanwhile, reforming and improving the functions of the existing systems to provide a better environment will play an important role in the introduction of the TAC system into china.
Evaluation and Future Tasks of the Korea-China Fisheries Agreement
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 31, issue 2, 2000, Pages 67~91
Fisheries Agreements among Korea, China, and Japan, for the effective management of fisheries resources and protection of fisheries disputes, have been processed in a manner to conclude interim arrangements those are effective prior to the final demarcation of the maritime delimitation which often requires much time to settle among the relevant states, Based on this understanding, Korea, China, and Japan, had proceeded their mutual fisheries agreement ; and, two fisheries agreements, between Korea-Japan and China-Japan, have already entered into force on 22 January 1999 and on 1 June 2000, respectively. Lastly fisheries negotiation between Korea and China has been concluded in order to make it effective on 30 June 2001. As Korean fisheries have already experienced the impacts after the entry into force of Korea-Japan Fisheries Agreement, it is inevitable that the likewise will also be true for the Korea-china Fisheries Agreement. The results of fisheries negotiation should minimize the loss by ensuring Korean flagged vessels' fishing rights to the maximum level in the counterpart's waters, and to maximize our counterpart's loss by restricting its vessels' fishing rights to the minimum level in our waters. However, such goals are almost unreachable in an intergovernmental negotiation. On this ground, regardless of the results, the negotiation is highly criticized from all the interested realms of the society. First, this study reviews the negotiation process ana subject matters of the fisheries agreement, and then evaluates the disputed items issued by academic, political, and industry areas in an international law and fisheries perspective. After the entry into farce of fisheries agreement, various activities should be accommodated as future tasks, such as the adjustments of the domestic fisheries structure, the reorganization of the resource management based fisheries structure, the construction of EEz large surveillance system, and the construction of the multilateral fisheries cooperation system Through an earlier implementation of those tasks, the Korean fisheries will be better prepared in minimizing the predicted impacts once the Korea-China Fisheries Agreement becomes effective.
A Study on Fisheries Financial Systems in Japan
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 31, issue 2, 2000, Pages 93~117
Fisheries finance is divided into the policy time of long period of time and low interest and the special financing institutions, such as Fisheries Co-operatives. Union system finance is the system finance, which supports the fisheries system organization. Fisheries Co-operatives in cities, towns and villages are the independent management objects. Prefecture federation of Fisheries Co-operative is in prefecture stage. Norm Chukin Bank is in national stage. Each shares functions in these three stages, and finance is performed systematically, Fisheries policy finance comprises government financial institution capital such as the Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery Finance Corporation whish is based on the capital of a country or a prefecture financial fund, and fishery Modernization Capital used as financial funds through the government. Moreover, to complement such finance institutionally, Fisheries Credit Foundations, Agriculture and Fisheries Saving Insurance Corporation and National fisheries Co-operative Trust Enterprise Mutual Aid system have been established
Information Strategy Planning for Fisheries Policy Information Systems Using the Data Warehouse
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 31, issue 2, 2000, Pages 119~132
One of most important wort to build Fisheries Policy Information Systems(FPIS) is related to connect the data warehouse between fisheries departments, This paper presents the developing strategies to build the FPIS. First, developing the FPIS needs to compensate the laws and regulations with assistance of fisheries departments. Second, FPIS developer needs to cooperate the related fisheries departments deeply, Third, developing the data warehouse will be contribute to improve criterion and statistics of fisheries data. Forth, For experts of systems use the FPIS, they are needed to educate for appling the systems in the fisheries environments.
The Derivation of a Model to Estimate Compensation for Damages in Chartered Fisheries by Using CVP Analysis
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 31, issue 2, 2000, Pages 133~153
During the last several decades, Korea has been regarded as one of the fastest growing economies in the world. However, the small size of national land has not met the vigorous demand for land necessary to develop economic infra-structures such as large-scale harbors airports and highways. In order to satisfy the growing demand for land, the Korean government and industry have implemented the national land development programs to reclaim land from the sea fur the several decades. It is certain that these land development programs have resulted in a lot of property disputes between fishermen and public project administrators. This paper is to develop a quantitative model to estimate compensation for damages or restriction of charted fisheries resulting from large-scale public projects. In this paper, the compensation model is derived by using cost-volume-profit analysis framework because the compensation for charted fisheries basically depends on the factors such as the costs, production volume, profit of charted fisheries damaged or restricted by public projects. The model shows that the compensation for damages or restriction of charted fisheries is determined by the average annual profit, damage duration period, and the degree of fishery damages. In addition, the degree of fishery damages measured by the ratio of lost profit to annual average profit turns out to be determined by the following factors: annul profit, unit variable cost, decrease in production volume, the rate of increase in variable cost, and a change in fixed cost. Furthermore, this parer discusses the nam issues related to practices and regulation of the compensation for fishery damages in the current Fishery Act of Korea and suggests some appraisal methods which will be able to lead to theoretically correct and fair compensation for fisheries damages resulting from large-scale public projects.