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Institutional Organisation and Regulatory Systems: Locality Versus Centre Driven Approaches to Inshore Fisheries Management

  • Jeremy Phillipson
  • Mireille Thom
Part of the Reviews: Methods and Technologies in Fish Biology and Fisheries book series (REME, volume 2)

Abstract

The regulatory regime governing inshore fisheries embraces aspects of institutional organisation — comprising organisational forms, institutional linkages and decision making procedures — together with the measures and approaches utilised for the implementation, monitoring and enforcement of management policy. These components represent some of the key determining factors in the success or failure of fisheries management.

Keywords

Fishery Management Local Management Total Allowable Catch Coastal Fishery Institutional Organisation 
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  • Jeremy Phillipson
  • Mireille Thom

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