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This report presents the papers discussed at an EC/INCO-DC-sponsored international workshop ‘Markets, Global Fisheries and Local Development’ held on March 22 and 23, 1999 at the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI), Bergen, Norway. The main objective of the workshop was to initiate a debate on how markets impact on global fisheries, and how these in turn impact on the ability of developing fishing nations to improve the welfare of their citizens. The motivation for the workshop stems from the observation that over time two things have happened to the world’s fishing sector. First, through improvement in fishing technology and the activities of distant water fishing fleets, fish exploitation and harvest have become global. Second, with significant technological improvements in the handling, processing and transportation of fish products, the markets for fish products have also became global such that fish caught off Mauritania, for instance, may end up in the plates of people living.....
JournalProceedings of the INCO-DC International Workshop on Markets, Global Fisheries and Local Development
Series;NrACP – EU Fisheries Research Report, 7
Conference NameProceedings of the INCO-DC International Workshop on Markets, Global Fisheries and Local Development
Conference PlaceBergen, Norway
Conference Date22-23 March 1999
CitationSumaila, U.R. & Chuenpagdee, R. & Vasconcellos, M. (Ed.) Proceedings of the INCO-DC International Workshop on Markets, Global Fisheries and Local Development. p. 1-123
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