Table of contents for Economics for fisheries management / by R. Quentin Grafton ... [et al.].

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Chapter 1 The Economics of Fishing and Fisheries Economics
1.1 Introduction
1.2 An All Too Common Tragedy
1.3 An Economic Perspective of Fisheries Management
1.4 Economics of Fishing
1.5 Beyond Maximum Economic Yield
1.6 Bioeconomic Modeling and the MEY Target
1.7 An Economic Guide to Fisheries Management
Chapter 2 Data for Economic Analysis of Commercial Fisheries
 2.1 Introduction
 2.2 Unique Challenges of Economic Dada Collection for Fisheries
 2.3 Priorities in Data Collection
 2.4 Types of Economic Data
 2.5 Experimental and Non-Experimental Nature of Data
 2.6 Aggregate and Microeconomic Data
 2.7 Administrative Data
 2.8 Survey Data
 2.9 Measurement Issues
 2.10 Outliers and Influential Observations
 2.11 Missing Observation and Incomplete Data
 2.12 What Type of Data Should be Collected?
 2.13 Conclusion
Chapter 3 Measurement and Analysis of Efficiency in Fisheries
	3.1. Introduction
	3.2 Efficiency and the Common Pool Problem
	3.3. Allocative, technical, Scale and Overall Efficiency
	3.4 Predicting Efficiency
	3.5 Fisheries Applications
	3.6 Conclusions
Chapter 4 Understanding and Measuring Capacity in Fisheries
	4.1 Introduction
	4.2. Defining Capacity and Related Concepts
4.3 Capacity Output and Capacity Utilization
4.4 Methods for Measuring Capacity
4.5 Fisheries Applications
4.6 Conclusions
Chapter 5 Measuring Productivity and Decomposing Profits in Fisheries
	5.1 Introduction
	5.2. Productivity Measures in Fisheries
	5.3. Output, Input and Productivity Indexes
	5.4 ¿Decomposing¿ Profits and Measuring Productivity
	5.5. Fisheries Applications
	5.6 Conclusions
Chapter 6 Economics for Fisheries Management
	6.1 Introduction
	6.2 Economic Insights for Fisheries Management
	6.3. Problems with Input Controls
	6.4. Policy Choices and Fisheries Management
6.5 Challenges of Uncertainty
6.6 Adaptive Management in Fisheries
6.7 Overcoming Failures in Fisheries
6.8 Future of Fisheries

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fisheries -- Economic aspects.
Fishery management.