No-take marine reserves and illegal fishing under imperfect enforcement
No-take marine reserves have been increasingly advocated as an effective means of supporting marine ecosystems and conserving fisheries resources. A major problem that can hinder the effectiveness of no-take reserves is the incidence of illegal fishing, which has created significant ecological and economic losses in global fisheries. We construct a bioeconomic model to explore the connection between the effects of no-take reserves and illegal fishing activities in relation to the level of...[Show more]
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