Marine Resource Economics

Posted on Wed 30 November 2016 in misc

Marine Resource Economics is a quarterly associate looked into scholastic diary covering natural financial matters. It is distributed by the MRE Foundation in connection with the North American Association of Fisheries and the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade. The present editorial manager in-boss is Martin D. Smith (Nicholas School of the Environment). As indicated by the Journal Citation Reports, the diary has a 2011 effect variable of 1.083.[1] 

As per Google Scholar, the accompanying papers have been refered to frequently: 

Cultivating the Sea, F Asche, Vol. 23(4), 2008. 

The Efficiency Gains from Fully Delineating Rights in an ITQ Fishery, C Costello, RT Deacon, Vol. 22(4), 2010. 

Esteeming Beach Access and Width with Revealed and Stated Preference Data, JC Whitehead, CF Dumas, J Herstine, J Hill, R Buerger, Vol. 23(2), 2008. 

TURFs and ITQs: Collective versus Singular Decision Making, JP Cancino, H Uchida, JE Wilen, Vol. 22(4), 2010. 

The Salmon Disease Crisis in Chile, F Asche, H Hansen, R Tveteras, S Tveteras, Vol. 24(4), 2009. 

Sharing Rules and Stability in Coalition Games with Externalities, LG Kronbak, M Lindroos, Vol. 22(2), 2010. 

Social, Economic, and Regulatory Drivers of the Shark Fin Trade, S Clarke, EJ Milner-Gulland, T Bjorndal, Vol. 22(3), 2010. 

An assessment of manageable fish guides: suggestions for ecological gatherings and the fish business", CA Roheim, Vol. 24(3) 301-310, 2009. 

Bioeconometrics: Empirical Modeling of Bioeconomic Systems, MD Smith, Vol. 23(1), 2010. 

Financial Values of Dolphin Excursions in Hawaii: A Stated Choice Analysis, W Hu, K Boehle, LJ Cox, M Pan, Vol. 24(1), 2009.