By: Suzanne Iudicello, Michael Weber and Robert Wieland
192 pages, Figs
The authors provide a primer on fish population biology and the economics of fisheries under various access regimes, and use that information in analyzing policies for managing fisheries.
'This is a useful and affordable addition to the literature on the subject, easily accessible to students and interested members of the public.' The Times Higher Educational Supplement
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