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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 38, Issue 3 - Dec 2007
Volume 38, Issue 2 - Sep 2007
Volume 38, Issue 1 - Jun 2007
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A Study on the Determination of Optimum Level of Payments in the Direct Payment Program for Aquaculture Extruded Pellets
Kim, Do-Hoon ; Oh, Tae-Gi ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 38, issue 1, 2007, Pages 1~17
This study is aimed at investigating optimum level of payments in the direct payment program for aquaculture extruded pellets both theoretically and practically by analyzing the effects on production and income in accordance with Green Box conditions of WTO Agreement on Agriculture. In particular, by analyzing both effects on production and income, it evaluates and compares payments affecting to the level of production and income, respectively. Analysis results indicate that the optimum level of payments in the direct payment program for aquaculture extruded pellets is determined by the growth rate of farmed fish, farming period, price and volume of extruded pellets, and additional amount of cost increase and decrease. Suppose that growth rates of farmed fish by extruded pellets(EP) and raw fish - based moist pellets(MP) are the same, it reveals the optimum level of payment should be lowered from the current level of payment. However, when the growth rate of farmed fish by EP is lower than that by MP, the optimum level of payment should be raised from the current level and total amount of payments by area should be increased as well.
AHP Model for Selecting a Fish Farm Site
Lee, Kang-Woo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 38, issue 1, 2007, Pages 19~45
There have not been many studies which considered both quantitative and qualitative location factors on the issues of site selection problems for a fish farm. This study develops AHP(analytic hierarchy process) model to resolve site selection problem for a fish raising farm by using quantitative and qualitative factors. In order to evaluate the validity of the location factors found in the literature review, the study used advice from fish raising farmers and related academic experts. Four major factors have been selected as economic factors, social factors, natural environmental factors and infrastructures. An AHP structural diagram has developed by considering the factors and potential sites proposed for fish farming. Through the survey on the preference of factors and potential sites, pairwise comparison matrices have been estimated and used to calculated the relative weights of each potential site. The AHP model process shown in the study can be applied to resolve site selection problems for fish raising farmers.
A Study on the Restructuring of Seaweed Processing Industry
Baek, Eun-Young ; Yutaka, Nakai ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 38, issue 1, 2007, Pages 47~70
The seaweed processing industry in Korea has developed since the late of 1970s, motivated by exports of salted seaweed to the Japan market. However, due to the keen competition of Korean salted and dried seaweed with chinese products in the japan market, exports of Korean seaweed have been in the decreasing. It also has promoted the restructuring of the seaweed processing industry itself as follows: first, the processing type has been changed from the slated seaweed processing to the dried seaweed processing. Second, domestic markets for seaweed have been significantly expanded. This study is aimed to investigate some problems that the seaweed processing industry currently faces and to provide responding strategies for its development by analyzing a background, characteristics, and business types in the Wando region of Jeollanamdo that is a primary region of the seaweed processing industry in Korea. The background that the seaweed processing industry in Wando region could be started and developed is that first, small and mid-size salted seaweed processing companies have grown fast due to the exports to the japan market. Second, various business conditions, including seaweed materials, labors that are very important factors for the seaweed processing were more suitable compared to other regions. As characteristics of the seaweed processing industry, it shows that small-scale companies have a larger decreasing rate in sales and over 85% companies process seaweed together with other materials such as kelp, etc. The biggest problem that the seaweed processing industry has is that it has not timely responded to changes in domestic and international markets. Therefore, it is very important to cope with market changes by both introducing an aquaculture outlook service for seaweed and promoting higher value-added products and demands through publicities.
A Study on the Changing of the Korea-China Fisheries After the New Korea-China Fisheries Agreement
Park, Young-Byung ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 38, issue 1, 2007, Pages 71~96
This study is aimed to investigate how the structure of Korean and Chinese fisheries has been changed since the Fisheries Agreement between Korea and China came into effect. This investigation was accomplished from a comparative point of view by using statistic data in the literatures published by both Korea and China. Results of this study are summarized as follows; First, it was revealed that the decreasing rate of fish production of marine capture fisheries in Korea was lowered more by 5.1%, while it was decreased by only 0.1% in China. Second, comparative results on changes in production of offshore fisheries showed that the production of Korean offshore fisheries in 2003 was reduced by 26% compared to that in 1999, while the production of China offshore fisheries was decreased by 22%. In addition, although the production of marine capture fisheries in the East region of China was reduced by 10%, on the contrary, the production of marine capture fisheries in Liaoning, Hebei, Tianjin, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Fujian that have mostly impacted by the Korea-China Fisheries Agreement was increased by 7%. Third, results on fishing capacity of marine fisheries indicated that the number of vessels and total horse power in Korea were increased by 1.2% and 44.9%, respectively, while total tonnage was reduced by 23.9%, For China, the number of vessels and total horse power were increased by 0.5% and 12.6%, respectively. Total tonnage was also increased by 11.7%. Finally, the production per Korean vessel was decreased by 17.8% in 2003 compared to that in 1999. On the contrary, the production per Chinese vessel was increased by 8.1% in 2003. The production per tonnage was increased by 3.2% in Korea, while it was reduced by 2.7% in China. In conclusion, it could be said that the Korea-China Fisheries Agreement has had a positive impact on the fisheries production of China, while it has had a negative impacts on that of Korea, relatively.
A Statistical Approach for the Determination of Location and Range of Fishing Grounds in the Coastal Vessel Fishery
Kang, Y.J. ; Kim, K.S. ; Yi, S.B. ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 38, issue 1, 2007, Pages 97~113
This study attempts to suggest a new approach of the the determination of location and range of fishing ground in the coastal vessel fishery using the anaiysis of variance(ANOVA) and least significant difference test(LSD test) in statistics. The important result of the empirical study is that there is no significant difference in fisfishing ground based on between fishermen's argument and spot investigation. But there is stastitically significant difference in fisfishing ground based on between fishermen's argument and the official documents of fishing records for past three years. The results suggest us that there exists a possibility of misuse of tax free oil providied for subsidizing fisheries. But because of the range limitation of data, it is impossible for us to generalize the above results.
Read Rate Analysis of RFID Gen 2 Tag in Frozen Seafood Traceability Systems
Kim, Jin-Baek ; Lee, Dong-Ho ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 38, issue 1, 2007, Pages 115~132
Implementing the automatic identification in supply chain management is essential for effective and efficient process control. Though the GTIN based bar code system is generally used as an automatic identification method in most industries, it can not identify individual item, and is not appropriated for products' reliability and safety management. So the RFID system with EPC is considered as a better solution for resolving those problems. This study reviewed automatic identification code systems and the attributes and characteristics of RFID Gen 2 which became a global standard recently for supply chain management. Particularly, this study analyzed RFID Gen 2 systems' read rates on various conditions including distances between tags and readers and between antennas, condensation, and several packing materials in practical supply chain environment. The results of this study showed that the RFID Gen 2 had high read ratio in practical application and would be adopted as a new automatic identification means for traceability systems.