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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 37, Issue 3 - Dec 2006
Volume 37, Issue 2 - Sep 2006
Volume 37, Issue 1 - Jun 2006
Selecting the target year
The current status and future directions of Korean inland freshwater aquaculture
Lee, Jung-Sam ; Kim, Dae-Young ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 37, issue 3, 2006, Pages 1~24
In terms of the size of aquaculture farms and production volume, inland freshwater aquaculture is much smaller than marine aquaculture in Korea. However, freshwater aquaculture provides fish which is not produced in the sea. Freshwater aquaculture plays an important role in the efficient use of resources, development of local areas and economy vitalization in under - developed areas. freshwater aquaculture also helps ecosystem recovery by stocking farmed fry. As addressed above, inland freshwater aquaculture plays various roles and can not be ignored. However, freshwater aquaculture has been off the interest of fisheries authority. Considering a series of changes in the circumstances such as the government's disapproval of pen - raised aquaculture, higher standard for discharged water from aquaculture farms and a rapid increase in import of low price fish from other countries, it is difficult to expect the quantitative expansion of the freshwater aquaculture any more. Furthermore, freshwater aquaculture lost the trust of people because of the use of Malachite green, and the consumption of farmed product plummeted last year. Even though it would be difficult to expect the quantitative expansion, we could expect qualitative growth and let the inland freshwater aquaculture keep playing the own roles. In order to achieve competitive advantage and regain the trust by providing safer farmed product, the government's support and freshwater aquaculture industry's active and voluntary efforts are very important. This paper suggests several points for the future oriented inland freshwater aquaculture in Korea such as strategic intensive development of selected species, the technical improvement and its diffusion, increased cooperation among the government authority, industry and scientists.
Reform Proposals for the Management Policy of Reported Fisheries Based on the Productivity of Intertidal-mudflat in Korea : Focused on the Analysis of the Current Situation of Handicraft Reported Fisheries around Seosan and Dangjin Counties
Kang, Yong-Joo ; Ryu, Dong-Ki ; Moon, Jeong-Gab ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 37, issue 3, 2006, Pages 25~44
This paper tries to suggest reform proposals for the management policy of reported handicraft fisheries based on the intertidal - mudflat productivity. The paper started from the empirical analysis of the current situation of the handicraft fisheries around Seosan and Dangjin counties. The area of intertidal - mudflat around Seosan and Dangjin counties is approximately 855ha. The its ratio to the total areas in our country is 0.3%. By the way, the reported number of handicraft fisheries is 5,245, the ratio of which to the total number in our country is nearly 10.2%. The reason why there exists unbalance between the area of intertidal - mudflat and the reported number of handicraft fisheries is the political behavior of provincial governments. Therefore the paper tries to establish policy remedies focused on the confrontation against the opportunistic behaviors of provincial governments, such as the reform proposals for the Korea's fisheries act.
The Problems and Tasks of Public Loan Programs in Fishery Industry
Lee, Jae-Woo ; Hong, Jae-Bum ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 37, issue 3, 2006, Pages 45~63
A number of public loans with lower interests and other tax benefits have been provided for farmers and fishermen. However, much of those loans have been accumulated as non-performing. The result is that a large part of fisheries debts are now on the verge of default, Those loans, that fail to pay interests, keep rapidly growing like a time bomb. Now something has to be done before it burst. Firstly, the government must clean up the debts caused by government's mismanagement in the past. The past debt must be repaid or written off by the government since its guarantee was committed several times in guidelines regarding public loans. As such a measure, the government can greatly enlarge its capital contribution to the Credit Guarantee Fund for Farmers and Fishermen and Loss Guarantee fund for Policy Loan. It would greatly help to compensate local branches of fisheries cooperatives for their loss incurred from carrying public loans. In the past, the government used to roll over old debts of fishermen with new debts whenever maturity came. It ends up growing the size of non - performing loans. For this reason, it is not delay of the debt payment, but its write - off that fishery society needs a lot. Secondly, the loan authorities must lower overall risk in providing public loans for fishermen in the future. The whole process must be thoroughly reviewed and changed to provide and manage government loans. To facilitate this, fisheries cooperative must stop being just a public agent, rather take a bigger responsibility in selecting, and checking loan beneficiaries, and securing debt repayment. Incentives must be arranged properly enough to induce fisheries cooperatives to treat public loans just like their own business. Finally, the so - called 'special account of policy loan in fisheries industry' must be set up to enhance the transparency and to check the performance of public loans programs.
The Analysis of Sensitivity of Imported Fisheries with Regard to Non-Economic Considerations Using AHP
Jang, Young-Soo ; Park, Cheol-Hyung ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 37, issue 3, 2006, Pages 65~83
This study is to obtain the order of the sensitivity of importing marine products with regard to non - economic aspects of considerations under the free - trade. Three criteria are extracted considering various aspects of Korean fishery society. They are the socio - economic, resource - environmental, and policy - appropriateness criterion. The Analytic Hierachy Process(AHP) is used to obtain the estimates of weights among these criteria. First of all, the weights between economic and non - economic in the first hierachy of sensitivity criteria turn out to be 83.3% and 16.7%. Second, the weights among three criteria in the non - economic aspect, the second hierachy, are following that the socio - economic criterion is 19.6%, resource - environmental 31.1%, and policy - appropriateness 49.3% respectively. 47 selected fishes are evaluated based on these three non - economic criteria using 9- point scales. The over - all order of sensitivity is a croaker, hairtail, flatfish, sea breams, and so forth in descending order. The least sensitive fish turns out to be an angler. In addition to the over - all order, the sensitivity based on the three specific non - economic aspects is also investigated. The most sensitive fish in terms of the socio - economic criterion is an hairtail while the least one is a filefish. The most sensitive fish in terms of the resource - environmental criterion is an abalone while the least one is an angler. Finally, the most sensitive fish in terms of the policy - appropriateness is a mackerel while the least one is a small octopus.
A Study on the Reform Measures for the Act on the Acqusition of Land for the Public Undertakings and Compensation : Focused on the Case of Harbor Construction
Moon, Jeong-Gab ; Kang, Yong-Joo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 37, issue 3, 2006, Pages 85~108
The government enforced 'Act on the acquisition of land for the public undertakings and compensation' commenced on the 1st of January 2003 to faithfully protect the property right of people and to scheme the effiecient drive of public works by systematizing the procedures and the standards of compensation and reforming irrational systems. The previous act regulated to compensate a rightful person of fishery right, who is in a nearby area of public works enforcement zone for actual loss according to the level of damage. On the contrary, as for the fishery damage happened at the outside of public works enforcement zone, the act regulates to compensate for a loss when it is actullay occurred and affirmed. So, the related act was amended as, so called, Post Factum Compensation. With regard to the Post Factum Compensation regulation for the fishery damage occurred at the outside of this public works enforcement zone, many objections and problems are raised as it is not clearly understood of the nature of the fishery compensation. However, this paper is not intended to mention the right or wrong of the current law, but to discuss the problems or remedies of 'Act on the acquisition of land for the public undertakings and compensation' after examining cases of public works which was enforced for the fishery compensation within the current law.
Consumption Structure and Prospects of Seafood in China
Teligengbaiyi, Bao ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 37, issue 3, 2006, Pages 109~130
Rapid economic development has led seafood consumption to its quality - oriented pattern as well as consumer's in China. This study concerns about The First, China is Seafood development background. The Second, China become emboldened seafood causes. The third, seafood consumption has characteristic. The fourth, seafood consumption has the organization of society. The study shows that there are economic developmental periods Chinas has three time. The First time
is rapid growth. The Second time
is growth accumulate. The third time
is changing on seafood consumption as the consumption of seafood is changed according to economic variables changes in income, price, tastes and population. This changing pattern of seafood consumption is based on economic variables appears toward luxury and convenience seafoods. Consumption of food is also affected by non - economic variables. The most typical non - economic variables leading to changes of seafood consumption is local, seafood culture,
Recently seafood consumption pattern shows that consumers paying more money to get their seafood preference for pursuing its hight growth and varienty.
U.S. Coastal Tourism and Recreation Policy: A Federal, State, and Local Perspective
Oh, Chi-Ok ; Ditton Robert B. ; Draper Jason ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 37, issue 3, 2006, Pages 131~155