Rights and Obligations of New Entrants into the Southern Bluefin Tuna and Other International Fisheries
This thesis analyses the legal issues arising when a fully exploited or overexploited international fishery cannot, because a significant part of the fishing takes place on the high seas where there is a customary and conventional right of all States for their national to fish on the high seas, readily be closed to new entrants. If the complete collapse of the fishery predicted by the economics literature (and in many instances borne out by real-world examples) is not to ensue, some way must...[Show more]
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