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The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration
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Volume 36, Issue 3 - Dec 2005
Volume 36, Issue 2 - Sep 2005
Volume 36, Issue 1 - Jun 2005
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A Study of Information system Effects on the Trust between Wholesale Market Company and Intermediary Wholesaler in SeaFood Market
Jang, Young-Soo ; Park, Kwang-Ho ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 2, 2005, Pages 1~24
The purpose of the study are summarized as follows : First, it has researched the possibility of the Distribution Information application in Sea Food Wholesale Market. Second, the effects which the Wholesale Market Company and the Intermediary Wholesaler Corporations can obtain in Sea Food Wholesale Market by building up a Distribution Information are classified into the effects of task, cost, and competition. It has analyzed the influence of these effects in direct and indirect Trust between the Wholesale Market Company and the Intermediary Wholesaler. Third, it has recognized the upcoming problems in Sea Food Wholesale Market by building up a Distribution Information, and it has suggested a plan to make the Distribution Information application successful in Sea Food Wholesale Market. This study has used a questionnaire to verify 5 hypotheses. Research model, factor analysis, correlation relationship analysis. The result of this study are summarized as follows : Building up the Distribution Information influences positively on the effectiveness of task, cost and competitiveness regardless of it being the Wholesale Market Company or the Intermediary Wholesaler corporation. However, the results of this analysis are to verify differences according to the degree of construction of the Distribution Information and the degree of the perception of the problems between the Wholesale Market Company and the Intermediary Wholesaler corporations have shown that there were distinct differences in the degree of computerization and of efforts to build a Distribution Information. Also there were distinct differences according to the degree of perceiving problems relating to building up the Distribution Information and the stages of the Distribution Information between the Wholesale Market Company and the Intermediary Wholesaler corporations. This study suggest three important steps that will help to establish a successful Distribution Information. First, the Wholesale Market Company and the Intermediary Wholesaler corporations should make efforts to increase mutual profits in partnership, and make direct Trust by sharing mutual information. Second, the lack of understanding of the Distribution Information between departments within the company requires educating employees about the Distribution Information. It is necessary to expand the communication networks of the Distribution Information between the Wholesale Market Company and the Intermediary Wholesaler. Third, mutual exchange of Information should be possible to offer systematic exchange of Information between the Wholesale Market Company and the Intermediary Wholesaler corporations.
The Research on the Fish Aquiculture Structure of Fishing Community
Ock, Young-Soo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 2, 2005, Pages 25~52
Since late 1990's, the Fish Aquiculture Households belong Fishing Community have been faced very serious pressure of management. The surface factors of this situation have been understood to overproduction and too much imports from China, but basic factor was caused structural problem, that is considered small scale production system. Then, We should enlarge scale of the Fish Aquiculture Households belong Fishing Community to overcoming profitability aggravation. To the Enlargement of Scale, We should consider to change the regime of Fishing Community that means two practical programs. First, it need to enlarge the scale of Fishing Community than now, and Second, it need to incorporate the Fishing Community for exclusive Management of Fish Aquiculture Rights.
Determinants of Business-to-Business Adoption in Fishery Wholesale Firms
Kim, Jin-Baek ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 2, 2005, Pages 53~69
The recent emergence of electronic commerce could provide different opportunities to small firms in overcoming part of their technological, environmental, organizational, and managerial inadequacies. However, recent research provided a gloomy picture about electronic commerce uptake and use in small firms. Until now few small flrms adopted electronic commerce. This phenomenon gives us several implications. One of the implications is a need to generate more research to small firms' uptake and use of electronic commerce. So, this research aims at what is determinants in small firms' adoption of electronic commerce, especially business - to - business(B2B). Several previous studies were identified various influential variables in adoption of small firms' electronic commerce. To some extent, by industries these variables may be different in influencing B2B adoption of small firms. This study selected fishery industry's wholesale firms as survey domain. Then, It selected some variables from previous studios and group them in several factors for consistently comparing variable's influential power. Through hierarchical influencing model of B2B adoption, managers who worked for fishery wholesale firms were surveyed. Among the first level's factors of the model, business factor was identified as the statistically most influential factor in B2B adoption. Technological factor and environmental factor at the frist level were identified as relatively less influential factors. Among the second level's factors of the model, it was statistically significant only that technological usefulness factor was more influential than technological burden factor in B2B adoption. And among the third level's factors of the model, it was identified that formal plan and task team for B2B, top management support, and mutual beliefs of inter - firms were statistically more influential than related variables in B2B adoption. These results give us some implications. First, fishery wholesale firms recognized B2B as a new business paradigm, and technological problems as not obstacles in adopting B2B. Thus it would be possible to activate the fishery B2B if they were guided to getting B2B benefits and B2B's relative advantages. Second, they considered the power of influential factors might be different by B2B stages. That is, top management support was more important in the B2B introduction stage, and formal plan and task team for B2B and mutual beliefs of inter - firms were more important in the B2B operation stage.
A Study on the Management System and Participatory Self-Management of the Recreational Fishing in Korea
Lee, Sang-Go ; Park, Jeong-Seok ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 2, 2005, Pages 71~95
As one of the most popular outdoor leisure activities in the world, recreational fishing has a lof of significant meaning in terms of social, economic, and cultural views. However, both not considering an indiscreet fishing activity and environment and not thinking our next generation, fishing circumstance has been deteriorating more and more. Unlike Korea, most advanced countries enact various recreational fishing management and support policies in order to keep sustainable recreational fishing and develop eco-tourism through cooperation with government, fishing industries and civil organizations. This paper consist of the following contents. First, the study attempted to investigate how to operate management system of the recreational fishing dividing into in - land fishing and sea fishing respectively. And it exhibits issues and troubles of the realities of recreational fishing management and related fishing laws and ordinances in Korea. And then, it examines various fishing management schemes in representative advanced nations; U.S., Germany, and Japan. Also, it analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of respective recreational fishing management systems; market - based license system, qualification - based management system, and self- regulatory based management system. In addition, after these three systems are adopted to Korea's recreational fishing condition, we analyzes whether respective management systems fit or not. As a result of this, the optimal management for recreational fishing is the participatory self - management scheme in Korea. Finally, in order to support recreational fishing promotion and encouragement, issues and complementary policies with respect to recreational fishing are introduced.
The Determinants of Export Pattern in Manufactures of Meat and Fish Products
Kim, Ki-Soo ; Shin, Sang-Gyu ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 2, 2005, Pages 97~120
This study focused on manufactures of meat and fish products among food manufactures, made a time series data for the period from 1983 to 2002, and applied the data to Hecksher-Ohlin model to analyze the elements of pattern of export in food processing industries of Korea. The results are as follows; First, the average annual growth rate of constant exports has increased for meat product and fish product industries in Korea. But, for fish product industries, it has decreased at large since the mid-1990s. Second, the average annual growth rate of physical capital index has increased for meat product and fish product industry, The rate has been more higher for fish product industry than for meat product industry. Third, the average annual growth rate of labor index has decreased for both meat and fish products industries. Fourth, physical capital index has had no significant impact on constant exports for meat product industry, while labor index has had a significant impact on it. Fifth, physical capital index has had a significant impact on constant exports for fish product industry, while labor index has had no significant impact on it.
A Study on the Evaluation of Economic Value of the Gulf of Mexico Recreational Red Grouper Fishery
Kim, Do-Hoon ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 36, issue 2, 2005, Pages 121~134
In order to evaluate the effectiveness of management measures and to provide policy suggestions for the allocation of total allowable catch between recreational and commercial sectors, the economic value of red grouper recreational fishery in the United States Gulf of Mexico was estimated using a Travel Cost Method(TCM), Due to the characteristic of count data, a Poisson model(PM) and a Negative binomial model(NBM) were used in the TCM. Results of models showed that the NBM was statistically more suitable than the PM since the overdispersion problem occurred in the PM. Results also indicated all signs of the estimated parameters were as expected and were significant, except for a Boat parameter in both models. Based on the results of NBM, the total economic value of the recreational red grouper fishery was estimated to be
and the value per trip was
. In addition, the total changes in expected consumer surplus due to changes in catch rates was