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Overfishing: How Can It Be Regulated?

In order to maintain marine biodiversity, it is better to take the plunge and adopt fishing regulations than do nothing at all. However, the biological relationship between species must be considered to prevent things from going down the drain. Economists Nicolas Quérou and Agnes Tomini demonstrate this argument by studying the effects of fishing regulations in suboptimal situations.

By Agnès Tomini

Agnès Tomini

AMSE, CNRS

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Aurore Basiuk

Aurore Basiuk

AMSE, Aix-Marseille Université

References

Quérou N., Tomini A., 2018, « Marine ecosystem considerations and second-best management », Environmental & Resource Economics, 70 (2), 381-401

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