The Politics of Fishing
Edited By: Tim S Gray
257 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Hardback | Dec 1998 | #86578 | ISBN: 0333690850
A topical and authoritative examination of the current crisis in the fishing industry, offering a political analysis of the reasons for the crisis and suggesting ways in which this might be overcome. The contributors include fishery officials and scientists as well as academics. The focus is mainly on the European fishing industry, with issues including political bargaining in the EU, the working of quota arrangements, the status of marine scientific knowledge and the industry's management structures in different countries.
Acknowledgements - Notes on the Contributors - Fishing - A Defence of Politics; T. S. Gray - The Politics of Fishing - A Fisheries Manager's Point of View; C. Cann - The Role of the European Parliament in the Development of the CFP; D. Steel - The Determinants of Fishing Policy: A Comparison of British and French Policies; M. Thom - Can Quotas Save Stocks?; T. Oliver - Individual Transferable Quotas and Property Rights; R. O'Connor and B. McNamara - Regulation and Representation: Institutional Challenges in Fisheries Management; K. Mikalsen - Recent Industry Participation in UK Fisheries Policy: Legitimacy of Political Expediency?; M. Gray - The Poetical Culture of Fisheries Management: An Anglo - Danish Comparison of User Participation; J. Phillipson - Sectoral Quota Management - Fisheries Management by Fish Producers' Organisations; J. Goodlad - Establishing Sea Territories: A Way Forward for the Development of the Fisheries of the EU?; K. Crean - Towards 2002: Subsidiarity and the Regionalisation of the CFP; D. Symes - Coastal State Management; B. Deas - The Birth of the Aquarium: the Political Ecology of Icelandic Fishing; G. Palsson - Fishing and Fairness: The Justice of the CFP; T.S. Gary - Index
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TIM S. GRAY is Professor of Political Thought and Head of the Department of Politics, University of Newcastle. He trained as a political theorist, he has written/co-written four books and articles and chapters on political thought and philosophy. Since 1990 he has taken a keen interest in environmental issues and he edited (in 1995) UK Environmental Policy in the 1990s (Macmillan). In that book, Gray co-authored, with a research student (Anthony Stenson), a chapter on the politics of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). Since then, Gray's interest in fisheries politics deepened, not least because of his son Mark's expertise in marine biology and fisheries management. As a result, Tim Gray organised a colloquium on the Politics of Fishing in 1996, out of which the present book originates.
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