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Subtopic: Fisheries 5 items found
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Using Ecosystem Damages in Oil Spill Liability
Assessments of ecological damage would help put a price tag on the gulf coast oil spill, but scientific barriers may ground such efforts.
Designing Fishing Quota Programs to Net the Biggest Gains
Kailin Kroetz and RFF Nonresident Fellow James Sanchirico assess the trade-offs involved in designing market-based individual transferable quota (ITQ) programs for fisheries.
Achieving Efficient Coordination and Acceptance in Fishery Reform
In a June 29 commentary, Robert Deacon discusses how a policy of assigning fishery harvest rights to groups rather than individuals can achieve gains from coordination that other rights-based management regimes fail to capture.
Can Catch Shares Save Fisheries?
In a May 18 commentary, Christopher Costello and Steven Gaines discuss issues in the design of catch shares and experience with this policy to date.
Swimming Upstream
Resources interviews Senior Fellow James Sanchirico about the challenges of managing the world's fisheries.
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