Fish Piracy

Combating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing

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This book gathers the proceedings of an OECD Workshop that took place in April 2004 in Paris, on Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing -- a worldwide problem which is increasing in scale. The aim of the workshop was to better understand the social and economic factors that drive IUU fishing in order to identify more effective methods to combat this evil and propose new ways to deal with it.



Economic and Social Drivers of IUU Fishing

Economic Aspects and Drivers of IUU Fishing: Building a Framework (David J. Agnew and Colin T. Barnes); The Cost of Being Apprehended for Fishing Illegally: Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications (U.R. Sumaila, J. Alder and H. Keith); The Social Dimension of IUU Fishing (Jon Whitlow ; Incentives for Investment in IUU Fishing Capacity (Aaron Hatcher); Efforts to Eliminate IUU Large-scale Tuna Longline Vessels (Katsuma Hanafusa and Nobuyuki Yagi); ILO Submission to the Workshop on IUU Fishing Activities (Brandt Wagner); IUU Fishing and the Cost to Flag of Convenience Countries (Matthew Gianni)


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