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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 36, Issue 3 - Dec 2005
Volume 36, Issue 2 - Sep 2005
Volume 36, Issue 1 - Jun 2005
Selecting the target year
A Study on the Requisites for Selecting the Neighboring Fisheries of the Same Kind Related to the Calculation of Aquaculture Fisheries Loss
Kang Yong-Joo ; Kim Ki-Soo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 1, 2005, Pages 1~26
This study attempts to suggest the requisites for selecting the neighboring fisheries of the same kind related to the calculation of aquaculture fisheries loss stipulated in the article 62 of enforcement ordinance of fisheries law. First of all, the requisites for the same kind of aquaculture fisheries are legally evident. The more important requisites are the factors for the neighboring fisheries of aquaculture fisheries. Here the factors we must consider are the same oceanic environment, the same fisheries management, and the same productivity of fisherman. In conclusion, the best way of selecting neighboring fisheries is picking up the adjacent fishery to the fishery because the factor of the same oceanic environment is the most important in determining the productivity of fisheries.
Development of Aquaculture for Conservation of Resources and Environment in Korea
Shin Yong-Min ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 1, 2005, Pages 27~49
This paper represents a critical review of current the relationship between aquaculture and the environment, focusing on the development of marine aquaculture for conservation of resources and environment in Korea. Aquaculture has grown rapidly during the past few decades in Korea. This expansion was possibly because of the growing demand for aquatic products and the failure of the capture fishery to keep pace with the demand. Nevertheless, the aquaculture industry must counter criticisms about adverse environmental effects and lack of sustainability. The productivity of Korean aquaculture is decreasing by environmental pollution, is suffering difficulty because competitive power of the aquaculture industry is weak, external effects of aquiculture is giving negative effects to coastal fishery. Therefore, aquaculture must improve as environmentally sound aquaculture for fisheries sustainability, and intensive aquaculture of high density must convert by low input sustainable aquaculture. Finally, the aquaculture system of Korea has to change to aquaculture for conservation of non - renewable resources and environment, it may contribute to development of Korean fisheries.
An Analysis of the Chinese Fishery Products Competitiveness in Korean Market
Jang Young-Soo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 1, 2005, Pages 51~79
The main propose of this study is to analyze of the Chinese Fisheries Products competitiveness in Korean Market. This study was using a model of working partnerships by James C. Anderson & James A. Narus(1990). That is, Support is found for a number of the hypothesized construct relations and in both manufacture firm and distributor firm model, for the respecification of cooperation as an antecedent rather than a consequence of trust. This study was able to apply this model's intention for the relationship between Chinese fisheries products exporter and Korean importer, because I thought that competitiveness of trade market was based on relationship between the two countries traders. The results of this study are summarized as follows. As the above result, the several hypothesized correlation among the factors were significant. These results was tried to apply the competitiveness degree index as main factors among the countries, The method of measuring competitiveness .degree index was [(outcome + influence + communication + coopration + trust + satisfaction) - conflict, In result, China was 21.5583, USA was 20.2667, East Asia was 18.79126, EU was 18.4723, Russia was 16.3858.
A Study on the Socio-economic Characteristics of the Angler Population and the Estimation of A Fishing Frequency Function
Park Cheol-Hyung ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 1, 2005, Pages 81~101
This article is to estimate the fishing frequency function in Korean recreational fishery with respect to socio-economic characteristics of anglers. First, the study described the characteristics of the entire angler population on the view points of 9 socio-economic variables. And then, the study divided the total angler population into three groups of in-land, sea, and mixed angler populations in order to investigate the differences in their characteristics. The study could confirm the existence of differences in regions, size of regions, and educational levels between the in - land and the sea angler populations by testing heterogeneity in the frequency table. The fishing frequency function is estimated using Poisson regression model in order to accomodate the count data(non-negative discrete random variable) aspects of the fishing frequency. However, the model specification error is found due to overdispersion of data. The model exhibits the lack of goodness of fit. The negative binomial regression model is adopted to cure the overdispersion of the data as an alternative estimation methodology. Finally, the study can confirm overdispersion does not exist in the model any more and the goodness of fit improved significantly to the reasonable level. The results of estimation of fishing frequency population modeled by the negative binomial regression models are following. The three variables of region, sex, and education have effects on the decision making process of fishing frequency in the case of in-land recreation fishery. On the other hand, the three variables of sex, age, and marriage status do the same job in the case of sea angler population. Among the left-over variables, both income and use of Internet variables now affect on the process in mixed angler population. Finally, the results of whole angler population show that all of the previous variables are proven to be statistically significant due to the summation of data with all three sub-groups of angler population.
A Study on the Change of Fishes Market and Inland Market Brokers on Gunsan,1899-1919
Kim Tae-Woong ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 1, 2005, Pages 103~120
This study aims to examine the change of fish market(魚物市場) and inland brokers(客主, kaegju) on Gunsan(群山), (1899-1919). The increasement of productive capacity in the agriculture and the development of exchange economy in the late period of Chosun Dynasty activated the distribution of fishery products. As a result, the inland brokers who participated in the production and distribution of fishes grew largely. They made the basement of fishery modernization by providing the funds for the fisheries and making the national distribution network. But Japanese fishermen began to hold the domestic market as the Japan government supported legislatively and economically after the opening ports of Korea. On the contrary, the distribution of fishery products had the characteristics different from the production of some. The case of Gunsan which opened in 1899 showed these characteristics as Gunsan is a short distance from Kangkyung(江景), one of three biggest markets and was a base of fishery, That is to say, though the fishery merchants from Japan set up 'a fish market'(魚市場), they didn't hold the sales network on Gunsan, Because the inland brokers on Gunsan had a sales network and began the socio-economic movement. It goes without saying that the instability of price, the difficulties of charge and the racial taste difference in fish made the fish sales from Japan confronted with the difficulties. After Japanese Imperialism enforced the Company Law, the Market Regulation, the Chamber of Commerce Law before or after 1910, Korean inland brokers were disprited and Japanese 'fish market' began to grow largely. These phenomena appeared on Gunsan, too. Especially, the opening of a railway was the main factor which strengthened Japanese 'fish market'. After 1915, Japanese 'fish market' on Gunsan defeated the distribution network of inland brokers.
A Economic Effects of Fish Seed Release
Hwang Jin-Wook ; Lee Kwon-Hyuk ; Jeong Dal-Sang ; Kim Kwang-Soo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 1, 2005, Pages 121~138
This study was conducted to investigate the economic effect of the release of seed flounder to the central area of the West Sea, which was analyzed into both direct and indirect effects. The results showed that based on the data collected from partial area, the economic effect of flounder seed release reached 6.97 times, average catch proportion was 32.27
, and recapture rate was 11.26
, suggesting that economic effect was very high. In addition, it was observed that the recapture rate was greatly higher than 2.05
, that of Break-Even-Point. It was noted that the increased catch by the release of seed flounder resulted in the increase in commission of sales and the increase in sports fishing. Another economic effect observed were diverse including the increase in income of fishing village, elevated spirit to proper management of fisheries resources, maintaining of willingness to live in fishing village through activation of local fishing village, prevention of illegal fishing including capture of juvenile fish, and the increase in the supply of sea food of high quality. It is emphasized that although the investigation was conducted in the same area, the results will vary by size at release, time at release and other factors. Finally, there is a need to expand species and area of study for more active economic analysis incorporating natural sciences.
A Study on Development Process of Enterprise-type Business in Fish Aquaculture - Case by yellowtail aquaculture in Japan -
Song Jung-Hun ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 1, 2005, Pages 139~153
Marine fish aquaculture has been introduced on the East sea since 1964. The production volume of the marine aquaculture has been increasing drastically since 1990 with the technological improvements and the introduction of new species. However, the increasing costs of feed, seedlings and medical supplies and the decreasing prices due to the increase in the imports and domestic production have decreased the profits in the aquaculture business. Futhermore, the damage from the natural disasters such as red tides and typhoons has accelerated the exit from the business. Even though managing abilities to overcome the business crisis caused by the above factors are required, business managers based on the small scale family businesses do not have enough managing abilities to deal with the difficulties in the business. On the other hand, advanced countries in the marine aquaculture such as Norway have reached the stage where the managing abilities of marine aquaculture are similar to those in the manufacturing industry. And the number of large scale aquaculture farms with developed technologies and advanced marketing strategies in those countries is increasing. Considering that the marine aquaculture in Japan under the similar fishery systems of Korea has developed the state-of-the-art management skills or lead to large scale management, it is difficult to expect the decrease in the production costs under the small scale family business in Korea and this will lead to the decreasing competitive advantage over the imported seafood. Therefore marine aquaculture in Korea needs to increase the economy of scale to acquire the competitive advantage. This study addresses the possibility of introducing the large scale aquaculture system in Korea by analysing the factors and process of leading to large scale businesses in the aquaculture in Japan.
A Study on the Prospect of Fishery Household Population with the Population Balancing Equation
Joung Myung - Saeng ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 1, 2005, Pages 155~166
Since 1980's, fishery household population have been continuously in a down slope with a 5
annual decreasing rate in Korea. With a particular situation that the scale of over 60s population has been soaring compared with that of under 16 aged population plunging, some difficulties have been raised with the respect of labor supply into fishery communities. This study is aimed at analyzing the tendency of fisheries population with the change of economic development rates and prospect a future fisheries population with the consideration of present decreasing rate. Model results indicate that the tendency of future fishery household population would be decreased by 4.96
annually through a decade from 2000. Interestingly, it is predicted that the decreasing rate of male fishery household population would be faster than that of female. Consequently, women would hold a greater part in Fishery household population in 2010. In addition, the fishery household population of 40s and 50s would increase from 36
, that of over 60s from 21
. In conclusion, as a population over 40's encompass almost 90
in the total population, the fishing communities have a difficulty in shortage of the young workforce.