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Comparative evaluation of the fisheries policies in Denmark, Iceland and Norway : multispecies and stochastic issues
(Report2007:25, Research report, 2008-01)
In this report the fisheries policies in Denmark, Iceland and Norway are subject to evaluation in a comparative perspective with particular emphasis on multi-species interaction and uncertainty. The actual harvest and ...
Optimal feedback controls : comparative evaluation of the cod fisheries in Denmark, Iceland and Norway
(Working paper2000:22Discussion paper2000:3, Working paper; Working paper, 2000-01)
The purpose of this paper is to compare the relative efficiency of the fish harvesting policies of Iceland, Norway and Denmark. We have chosen to concentrate on the cod fishery as this is the single most important fishery ...
Harvest control rules in modern fisheries management
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
Harvest control rules have become an important tool in modern fisheries management, and are increasingly adopted to provide continuity in management practices, to deal with uncertainty and ecosystem considerations, and to ...
Economic evaluation of the fisheries policies in Denmark, Iceland and Norway : some performance indicators
(Working Paper2002:30Discussion Paper2002:8, Working paper; Working paper, 2002-08)
The economic efficiency of the Danish, Icelandic and Norwegian cod fisheries is examined. For this purpose nonlinear aggregate models of these three fisheries are constructed. A particular mathematical approach to calculate ...