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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 42, Issue 3 - Dec 2011
Volume 42, Issue 2 - Sep 2011
Volume 42, Issue 1 - Jun 2011
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An Empirical Study on the Cost Behavior in Coastal Fishery
Kim, Woo-Soo ; Kim, Kil-Yong ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 42, issue 3, 2011, Pages 1~13
It is necessary to set up a standard of estimation for annual unit price of sale and cost, damage rate for calculating compensation against fishery damage objectively. Two items on the unit price and cost have regulations but the damage rate has not, so it may occurred some problems such as reasonability and balance because the estimation should be handling by an appraiser's knowledge and experience. This study has analyzed using Regression model and searched variable costs and fixed costs about each items appraisers to operate in the present. It is compare profit damage index is calculated by an estimated model and an appraised example. This analysis showed highly 23-30% estimated model more than appraised example. It means the overestimation for fishery damage. This difference has caused by limited data, lack of sample, much difference in the standard deviation, and has not classified each kind of business and weight of coastal fishery, the overestimation more than what expected. This study has analyzed that the applied rate of fixed and variable cost in relation to the compensation in the cost of coastal fishery is very valuable.
A Study on Establishing the Performance Evaluation System of the Fish Stock Rebuilding Plans
Kim, Dae-Young ; Lee, Jung-Sam ; Kim, Do-Hoon ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 42, issue 3, 2011, Pages 15~29
The Fish Stock Rebuilding Plan (FSRP) is evaluated as one of the most effective fisheries policies domestically and internationally. FSRP is a comprehensive fisheries policy, including target stock size, rebuilding period, application of management measures, and participation of fishermen. The performance outcomes of FSRPs have been partially evaluated for recommendation for stock rebuilding in Korea, while they are fully evaluated in other countries that have implemented FSRPs. The performance evaluation system for FSRP is very needed to enhance its effectiveness as one of fisheries policies. That is, the system where problems can be reconsidered, achieving targets can be evaluated, and the plan can be modified should be implemented. This study classified the performance evaluation of FSRP into the economic evaluation as a quantitative analysis and the policy evaluation as a qualitative analysis. In the economic evaluation, the sustainability of fishery resources, the stability of fishing business, the efficiency of fishery production, and efficient utilization of fishery resources can be considered. As analytical methods for the economic evaluation, the bioeconomic model, efficiency estimation model, the dynamic MEY model can be utilized. The qualitative evaluation is to assess the qualitative performances of FSRPs, including interviews and surveys with fishermen and fisheries experts. In the survey, many different items can be included by evaluation factors which are related to policies such as timeliness, transparency, effectiveness, etc. In addition, the study suggested the performance evaluation system and procedures for objective and efficient evaluation of FSRPs. In order to practically apply the developed performance evaluation model, the pilot project is needed. That is, from the application of pilot project, detailed research methods, effective procedures, and evaluation factors can be investigated.
The Strategical Scenario Analysis for the Efficient Management of Resource in Open Access
Choi, Jong-Du ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 42, issue 3, 2011, Pages 31~39
This paper attempts to extend such analysis to the rather more difficult problem of optimal management of transnational fish stocks jointly owned by two countries. Transboundary fish such as Mackerel creates an incentive to harvest fish before a competitor does and leads to over-exploitation. This tendency is especially poignant for transnational stocks since, in the absence of an enforceable, international agreement, there is little or no reason for either government or the fishing industry to promote resource conservation and economic efficiency. In the current paper I examine a game theoretic setting in which cooperative management can provide more benefits than noncooperative management. A dynamic model of Mackerel fishery is combined with Nash's theory of two countries cooperative games. A characteristic function game approach is applied to describe the sharing of the surplus benefits from cooperation and noncooperation. A bioeconomic model was used to compare the economic yield of the optimal strategies for two countries, under joint maximization of net benefits in joint ocean. The results suggest as follows. First, the threat points represent the net benefits for two countries in absence of cooperation. The net benefits to Korea and China in threat points are 2,000 billion won(
) and 1,130 billion won(
). Total benefits are 3,130 billion won. Second, if two countries cooperate one with another, they reach the solution payoffs such as Pareto efficient. The net benefits to Korea and China in Pareto efficient are 2,785 billion won(
) and 1,605 billion won(
) or total benefits of 4,390 billion won : a gain of 1,260 billion won. Third, the different price effects under the two scenarios show that total benefit rise as price increases.
A study on Marine Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tools
Chae, Dong-Ryul ; Nam, Su-Min ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 42, issue 3, 2011, Pages 41~61
Marine protected Areas(MPAs) are specially designated zones of the sea that are designed to secure operation of ecosystem function and to restore marine ecosystem to the original state by excluding all detrimental human activities. MPAs have been proposed in many countries as means of realizing sustainable fisheries and recently MPAs are newly receiving attention as precautionary measure for global warming and climate change. The purpose of this paper is to examine the possibility of MPAs as fisheries management tools through a wide range of literature analysis and to suggest necessity of fisheries purpose of MPAs in Korea. Establishment of marine protected area can accompany various economic benefits such as restoration of marine environment, preservation of habitats, promotion of marine tourism and so on. Especially, a lot of case studies suggested that MPAs may bring out benefits to the fishing industry as a result of enhanced stocks. Fisheries benefits of MPAs on targeted species include increased abundance, increased mean individual size and age, increased reproductive output, enhanced recruitment inside and outside refuge, maintenance of genetic diversity of stocks, and enhanced fishery yields in adjacent fishing grounds, so called spill-over. MPAs for ecosystem conservation and protection of coastal wetland have been applied appropriately and effectively, however, the Korean MPAs system is still detective due to absence of fisheries purpose MPAs. Finally, suggestions for Korean MPAs can be summarized as following four recommendations; to establish number of small-scale MPAs rather than few large MPAs, to designate island and its surrounding areas as reserve, to consider MPA design with stock enhancement program, and to undertake co-management with Eochon-Gye, the traditional coastal community in Korea.
A Study on Influential Factors of Conflict Management of Government Policies in Oil Spill Sites -Focusing on the restoration project for oil pollution in Taean-gun
Jang, Young-Soo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 42, issue 3, 2011, Pages 63~78
This study looked into conflicts of government policies for oil spill sites which are focusing on Taean-gun after the oil spill in Taean-gun and examined the effects on the conflicts. There are lots of conflicts on the on-going restoration project of fishing ground environment(fishing ground inspection, restoration program development, improvement in fishery biology ecosystem and fishery productivity). For example, these show diverse conflicts between business associates, project processes, business subjects, project participation, and the use of fishing ground. This study found out the first reason of dissatisfaction and conflicts is that there is a difference between groups in terms of political aims and perception. Secondly, lack of communication and cooperation between the center and the provinces, organizations in the provinces, the local government and fishing village cooperatives, fishermen in the fishing industry. Thirdly, the local government and the fishing village head don't show their leadership to improve project performance.
An Environmental Effect on Productivity of Flounder Culture Farms
Eh, Youn-Yang ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 42, issue 3, 2011, Pages 79~93
Water temperature of Oliver flounder farm affects Oliver flounder growth and mortality rate. In laboratory experimental tanks, optimal water temperature was
) and cultivatable water temperature was
. The purpose of this study is to identify applicable and useful water temperature of Oliver flounder farm in case of actual farming. The data applied in the analysis was collected from Jeju island. In the study, various analytical methods including productivity analysis, regression analysis, statistical analysis were conducted for 13 Oliver flounder culture farms. The result of analysis can be summarized as follows : First, growth rate on the Oliver flounder culture farms was related to mean of water temperature, variation of water temperature and low water temperature. Second, survival rate on the Oliver flounder culture farms was related to mean of water temperature. In case of including Oliver flounder stocking density, defined as the surface area of Oliver flounder per
of water surface area, survival rate strongly related to mean of water temperature, variation of water temperature, cultivating capability and stocking density. Third, production weight per
of water surface area was strongly related to mean of water temperature, low water temperature and cultivating capability. Growth rate and survival rate was analyzed into mediate variable character.
Discussion on the Establishment of Identity of Fisheries Cooperatives as Solution of the Problems of Comprehensive Measures for a Soft Landing of Household Debts
Jeon, Hyeong-Soo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 42, issue 3, 2011, Pages 95~107
The Comprehensive Measures for a soft landing of Household Debts affecting the credit service of Fisheries Cooperative (FC) have been known to the public in June 2011. Its essential points are as follows: 1) Abolition of Tax-free Regulation, 2) Set limit of loans, etc. per person, 3) Introduce leverage regulations for credit-specialized financial sector i. e. FC, 4) Gradually strengthen loan-loss reserve requirements for card-loan and other credit loans. However, the Financial Policy Measures seem to pay no attention to the Cooperative's Values, Principles and Identity. In this paper, emphasis is be placed on the task of the regulators i. e. Financial Services Commission and Financial Supervice Service to lift the Financial Measures negatively affecting the operation of fund of FCs, and on the establishment of Cooperative identity in order to further develop FCs.