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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 45, Issue 3 - Dec 2014
Volume 45, Issue 2 - Sep 2014
Volume 45, Issue 1 - Jun 2014
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Biological Distribution by Water Temperature and Refocus on the Theory of Critical Environmental Variation Quantum
Kang, Young-Joo ; Kim, Ki-Soo ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 45, issue 1, 2014, Pages 1~16
DOI : 10.12939/FBA.2014.45.1.001
The study attempts to show that the theory of critical environmental variation quantum(CEVQ) has a sound logical basis and empirical support. It is well known that the theory of critical environmental variation quantum is derived from the theory of biological probability distibution function and the central limit theorem(CLT) in statistics. The study uses the case study of fisheries damages compensation caused br the public marine construction undertaken in the area do Anjeong Bay in the city of Tongyeong for empirical test of theory of CEVQ. The results shows that the CEVQ theory perfoms a good job in measuring quantatively fjsheries damages caused by outflow of cold water due to the operation of LNG company since 2002. Therefore the study proves that the CEVQ theory is a good theory having internal consistency and empirical applicability.
The Trend in Fishery Household Income Inequality and Its Gini Factor Decomposition
Kim, Sang-Kwon ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 45, issue 1, 2014, Pages 17~31
DOI : 10.12939/FBA.2014.45.1.017
This study examines trends in the overall income inequality of fishery household from 2003 to 2012 with the panel data of the Fishery Household Economy Survey. To investigate the potential determinants of income inequality, we decomposes the Gini coefficients into five income sources, fishery income, non-fishery income(non-fishery business income, non-business income), transfer income, irregular income and calculate the impact of each income sources on total income inequality. An evident trend toward increasing inequality of household income was found. Also, we find rising fishery income and non-fishery income play important role in the rapid increase of income inequality. Only transfer income appear to reduce total income inequality.
A Study on the Improvement of Aquaculture Certification System to Meet Greater Retailer's Supplier Assesment Requirement
Seo, Jong-Seok ; Seo, Won-Chul ; Ock, Young-Seok ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 45, issue 1, 2014, Pages 33~47
DOI : 10.12939/FBA.2014.45.1.033
The purpose of this study is to find method to meet the greater retailer's supplier assessment requirement So, this study analyze the greater retailer's requirement for supplier assesment and research global standard which is used instead of supplier assessment requirement that is recognized by global retailers initiative. Next, this study analyze domestic aquaculture certification requirement and compare the global standard with the domestic requirement by using The Most Similar Systems Design. As a result, this comparing has founded all of two domestic certifications are similar to global standard's Good Aquaculture Practice module but those are a little bit different from System Element module. Therefore, this study suggest tree alternative. First, make up for the weak points in the current domestic aquaculture certification system. Second, the introduction of global aquaculture management system certification as supporting by government. Third, development of new standard in accordance with global food standard. This study has major implications for research into development of domestic aquaculture standard.
The Effects of the Purpose of Fisheries Firms' Social Contributions through Fisheries Firms' Brand Evaluation on Purchase Intention
So, Won-Geun ; Kim, Ha-Kyun ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 45, issue 1, 2014, Pages 49~61
DOI : 10.12939/FBA.2014.45.1.049
This study investigates the effects of the purpose of fishery firms' social contributions on consumers' purchase intention as a mediator or their fishery firms' brand evaluation. We surveyed 300 consumers in order to empirically test the suggested relationship. The purpose of fishery firms' social contributions was divided into social contribution activities and public interest marketing strategies. Fishery firms' brand evaluation was divided into three aspects including brand awareness, brand image, and brand loyalty. The results showed that the purpose of fishery firms' social contributions significantly affect consumers' purchase intention, brand loyalty as well as brand image except brand awareness. Fishery firms' brand evaluation significantly affect consumers' purchase intention. This study suggests that social contribution activities and public interest marketing strategies are essential for the positive brand evaluation of fishery firms.
The estimation of the productivity in adjacent water fisheries
Park, Cheol-Hyung ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 45, issue 1, 2014, Pages 63~77
DOI : 10.12939/FBA.2014.45.1.063
This study is to estimate the recent changes in total factor productivity of 15 Korean adjacent water fisheries based on Malmquist productivity indices. The study adopted both input and output oriented productivity measures utilizing a hyperbola distance function. In addition to this point, the study also calculated the 95% confidence interval for the various components of the productivities in order to access the statistical significance of estimates using 2000 times of re-sampling process through the smoothed bootstraping. The results of the study showed us that there was 18% reduction in the overall total factor productivity during the study period from 2007 to 2011, which turned out to be 5% of annual decrease in productivity. The study found that the main reason of this decrease in total productivity is about 22% downward shift of a fisheries production function due to recent conditions of a devastated fishing ground. When we evaluated the statistical significance of changes in technical efficiency combining both pure technical and scale efficiency based on the 95% confidence intervals, we could not find any evidence of changes in those components of total factor productivity. When we accessed the productivity of the each of 15 adjacent water fisheries methods, only the large danish seine fisheries showed us about 7% increase in productivity. Even though the large trawling and the large tow-boat trawling revealed no changes in productivity, all of the other 12 fisheries suffered the decreases in productivities.
A Study on Problems and Solutions for Trading System of Fishery Products Wholesale Market in Korea
Kang, Jong-Ho ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 45, issue 1, 2014, Pages 79~93
DOI : 10.12939/FBA.2014.45.1.079
The Act on Distribution and Price Stabilization of Agricultural and Fisheries Product, which specifies rules and regulations on the trading system of fishery products wholesales markets, has been revised several times, mainly in order to improve the trading system. However, there is still a huge gap between the reality and law when it comes to the trading system of the fishery products wholesale market. This study aims to analyze the problems of the trading system of the fishery products wholesale market and to suggest ways to make improvement. The main problem facing the trading system of the fishery products wholesale market is sales on consignment by intermediate wholesalers, and this paper suggests two alternatives to solve the problem. First, intermediate wholesaler can be converted to market wholesalers, but it also entails other problems. The market wholesaler system has never been successfully adopted in the agricultural and fishery products wholesale market, and it is not clear which system is better between the wholesale market corporation and the market wholesaler system. Second, sales on consignment by intermediate wholesalers can be adopted with a positive view toward it. Negotiation transaction can be carried out for sales on consignment as a transaction method under the current Act on Distribution and Price Stabilization of Agricultural and Fisheries Products. However, since the act cannot provide a solution for listing, it is necessary to introduce Japan's negotiated transaction in advance system as a negotiation transaction method.
An Economic Analysis of Black Rockfish, Sebastes schlegeli in the Marine Floating Cage Culture
Son, Maeng-Hyun ; Park, Min-Woo ; Lim, Han-Kyu ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 45, issue 1, 2014, Pages 95~107
DOI : 10.12939/FBA.2014.45.1.095
This study is aimed to analyze the economic performance of black rockfish aquaculture by standardizing cost structures by region and farming size. The result of survey on farming and sale condition in each region, stocking density, survival rate, juvenile price, and unit production was the highest at Yeosu and Tongyeong, Heuksando showed the lowest. While rearing period was the longest at Tongyeong, the shortest region was Yeosu and Wando. In farming cost structure by region, amount of feeing was the highest at Tongyeong and Yeosu, and the lowest was Heuksando. Cost of medicine was high in Wando and Taean region, Yeosu and Hecksando was low. In case of farm size, feed cost ratio was high in the order of medium(0.75ha), small(0.25ha) and large(1.25ha) size. Standard production cost at every farm size of Heuksando showed the lowest among these regions. Taean and Yeosu was middle, and Tongyeong and Wando was the highest. According to the income, profit rate and investment return of farm size in all regions, as the bigger farm size, the higher income and profit rate was revealed. However, in case of Wando, Taean, and Heuksando which regions has high investment return, medium farm size was higher than large size. The result of economic analysis according to various factors, economic feasibility of black rockfish aquaculture in marine floating cage was showed significant changes by rearing and market condition.
A Strategy for Optimal Production Management of Multi-Species Fisheries using a Portfolio Approach
Kim, Do-Hoon ;
The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration, volume 45, issue 1, 2014, Pages 109~119
DOI : 10.12939/FBA.2014.45.1.109
This study aimed to examine the applicability of a portfolio approach to the ecosystem-based fisheries management targeting the large purse seine fishery. Most fisheries are targeting multispecies and species are biologically and technically interacted each other. It enables a portfolio approach to be applied to find optimal production of each species through expected returns and risk analyses. Under specific assumptions on the harvest quota by species, efficient risk-return frontiers were generated and they showed a combination of optimal production level. Comparisons between portfolio and actual production provided a useful information for targeting strategy and management. Results also showed the possibility of effective multispecies fisheries management by imposing constraints on each species such as total allowable catch quotas.