Property rights, resource management, and governance

crafting an institutional framework for global marine fisheries by John Kurien

Publisher: Centre for Development Studies, Publisher: South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies, Publisher: Distributor, Bookwell in Thiruvananthapuram, New Delhi

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  • Fishery management.,
  • Marine resources.,
  • Coastal zone management.,
  • Fishery law and legislation.

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Revised version of a keynote presentation made at an international conference in June 1996.

Edition Notes

StatementJohn Kurien.
ContributionsCentre for Development Studies (Trivandrum, India), South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSH328 .K87 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination56, [2] p. ;
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL161803M
LC Control Number99937761

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