Tuna Resource Management: Troubled Fishing in Pacific Waters
The Pacific island countries persist with tuna fishing policies that are significantly inferior to what appear to be the economically and environmentally sensible courses to follow. Economists have been offering advice over a fairly long period about better policy options without having any discernable favourable impact. This lack of success might be due, as Gordon Tullock once said, to the fact that economists tend to flit from one area to another in demonstrating problems with...[Show more]
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