9th to 11th July 2007 – Reykjavik, Iceland

Conference

———-9th July———-Ragnar Arnason – Welcome Speech
Evelina Sabetella – EAFE President Speech
Prof. Peter Pearse – Fisheries management regimes
Niels Wichmann – Fisheries management in the European context

Parallel Sessions :
Management

Luc Van Hoof : Community Transferable Fishing Quota: The Best of Both worlds?

Susan Anton : West of Scotland Nephrops Fishery – A review of the management objectives in the nephrops fishery

Paul Mcleod-1 : Socially Optimal Allocation of Fish Resources among Competing Uses: A Dynamic allocation model applied to Western Australia’s Wet Line fishery

John Anderson : Rights based management in the UK – The Shetland Experience

Modelling

Ayoe Hoff : Modelling Economic Response to Combined Harvest and Effort Control in Fishery

Hans Oostenbrugge : Linking Catchability and Fisher Behavior under Effort Management

Hendrik Stouten-1 : The effect of restrictive policy instruments on fishing fleet dynamics

Lone Gronbaek : The costs of a persistent pollutant in an optimally regulated fishery

Enforcement

Linda Nostbakken : Non-Compliance in Fisheries: A Corporate Crime Perspective

Ragnar Arnason-1 : Fisheries enforcement with a stochastic response function

Frank Jensen-1 : Random Penalties within fisheries

Parallel Sessions :Management

Massimo Spagnolo : Right based and effort management tools and the role of the European Management Fund

Thorolfur Matthiasson : Effects of foreshortening of transferred quota in an ITQ market

Pietro Pulina : The “fishing local systems” as a competitive key factor for fisheries resources co-management: The case of Sardinia

Carlos Villasante : Cooperative or non-cooperative fisheries management of straddling stocks in the Patagonian Large Marine Ecosystem: An economic perspective

Gunnar Haraldsson : Inefficiencies of effort restrictions in fisheries management – An empirical study

Habitats Modelling

Jens Kjaersgaard : Ecological Benchmarking to Explore Alternative Fishing Schemes: The Danish Demersal Fishery in the North Sea

Viktoria Kahu : A bioeconomic model of non-renewable habitat-fisheries linkages

Siv Riethe: On fisheries and habitats

Lars Ravn-Jonsen : A system-ecological-economic model

Naomi Foley : The production function approach – estimating linkages between lophelia and redfish on the Norwegian coast

Economic Data Analysis

Monica Gambino : Evaluation of the Capital Value, Investments and Capital Costs in the Fishery Sector: The Italian Case

Heleen Bartelings : Economic Data Collection of the Fishing Fleet: What are we aiming for?

Kees Taal : Pulse fishery: A more environment friendly and economic alternative for beam trawl on flatfish?

Hendrik Stouten-2 : A quest to diversify the Belgian fleet: an economic evaluation

Paul Mcloed-2 : Socially Optimal Allocation of Fish Resources among Competing Uses: A Dynamic allocation model applied to Western Australia’s Wet Line fishery

———-10th July———-Prof. Jim Anderson – Fish markets and aquaculture

Parallel Sessions :Markets

J.A. Millan – 1 : Household demand for seafood and other animal products in Spain

Max Nielsen : Causality in demand: A co-integrated demand system for trout in Germany

Laurent Le Grel : Substitution between salmon and white fish species on the French market: An empirical evidence

J.A. Millan – 2 : A demand analysis for farmed fish in Spain

Jordi Guillen : Analysis of the Price Transmission along the Spanish Market Chain for different Seafood Products

Modelling

Hakan Eggert : Productivity Development in Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish Fisheries

Fabio Madau : Capacity and capacity utilization in the Mediterranean small-scale fishing fleet:
The case study of the north Sardinia

Ikerne del Valle : Basque inshore vessel’s exit behaviour: A logit approach

Miscellaneous

Bertrand Le Gallic : Applying the Concept of Multi functionality to Fisheries: An Empirical Test

Thomas Vallee : The macroeconomic dependence of developing countries to the EU subsidies of fishing agreements: a game theory approach

Linda Seidel Lass : Scientific Networks and Individual Performance in Fisheries and Aquaculture Research

Michele Novelli : Pathways to Vocational Training for Fisheries Development Agents

Ragnar Arnason – Advances in Fisheries Analysis and Modelling

Parallel Sessions :Aquaculture

Ole Jakob – Bergfjord : Risk perception and risk management in Norwegian aquaculture

Frank Asche : When will trade restrictions affect producer behavior: Oligopsony power in international trade

Dolers Garza-Gil : Willingness of Spanish Consumers to pay for eco-labelled fish products: An empirical Approach

Modelling

Frank Jensen-2 : Regulation on Fishing Days: A Principal-Agent Approach

Sveinn Agnarsson : Linear harvest control rules and optimality: The case of the Icelandic cod fishery

Karen Johannsdottir : Productivity in the Icelandic fisheries

Philip Rodgers : The long run supply curve in Fisheries: The case of North Sea Cod

Ragnar Arnason-2 : Global fisheries rents loss: New results

Environment

Ralf Doring : Management plans for Natura 2000 sites – nature conservation measures in fisheries regulations

Kepa Astorkiza : Prestige’s oil spill and its economic effects in the basque coastal fleet

Urs Steiner Brandtt : The probability of collapsing of a renewable resource under climatic uncertainties

———-11th July———-Emilio Mastrachhio – A new impetus to the CFP: Better governance, Better economics

Parallel Sessions :
Impact Assessment

Hazel Curtis : A biological, economic and social impact assessment of the Long Term Management Plans for Sole and Plaice in the southern North Sea

Thomas Thogersen : A modelling perspective on impact assessments

Drew Olsen : Socioeconomic Considerations To Inform A Decision Whether Or Not To List Three Populations Of Atlantic Cod Under Canada’s Species At Risk Act

Soile Kulmala : Towards Bio-Economic Stock Assessment through Open-Source Framework: a Case-Study of Baltic Salmon

Market/Modelling

Nicolas Rauturea : Is the French angler market integrated? A copula functions approach

Ana Norman Lopez : Market interactions between tilapia and several whitefish in the US market

James Innes : Impact of the use of veil nets on the productivity of UK Crangon vessels operating in the North Sea

Ben Drakeford : Precautionary risk methodology in fisheries (PRONE) – Case study development

Recreational fisheries

Rowena Orok : Gone Fishing: A Profile of Recreational Fishing Activities in Canada

Plenary Panel
Keynote Speakers and Scientific Committee – Impressions and Ways forward

Posters:Konrad Turkowsk, Andrzej Mamcaer & Albert Rzeczycki : Management of fisheries in the Vistula Lagoon: history and current status – the way to EU standards

Silvia Silvestri, Francesc Maynou, Ramon Franquesa, Vasco Boatto : Employment of a bioeconomic model supporting management processes of small pelagic fishery in the Northern Adriatic Sea, north-eastern Italy

Miss Eriko Hoshino : Estimate of Resource Rents in Pacific Saury Stick-held Dip Net Fishery in Japan

Thorir Sigurdsson : Paradoxes in Iceland’s Herring fishery – Stock and Catch and Fleet Dynamics

 


 

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