Paper $57.95 ISBN: 9789053566862 Published October 2005 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada

Fish for Life

Interactive Governance for Fisheries

Edited by Jan Kooiman, Svein Jentoft, Roger Pullin and Maarten Bavinck

Edited by Jan Kooiman, Svein Jentoft, Roger Pullin and Maarten Bavinck

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

400 pages | 6-1/4 x 9-1/4 | © 2005
Paper $57.95 ISBN: 9789053566862 Published October 2005 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
One billion people around the world rely upon fish as their primary—and in many cases, their only—source of protein. At the same time, increasing demand from wealthier populations in the U.S. and Europe encourages dangerous overfishing practices along coastal waters. Fish for Life addresses the problem of overfishing at local, national, and global levels as part of a comprehensive governance approach—one that acknowledges the critical intersection of food security, environmental protection, and international law in fishing practices throughout the world.
Contents
Preface
 
PART I
GOVERNANCE:  A NEW PERSPECTIVE FOR FISHERIES
 
1.  The Governance Perspective
Jan Kooiman and Maarten Bavinck
 
2.  Challenges and Concerns in Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture
Ratana Chuenpagdee, Poul Degnbol, Maarten Bavinck, Svein Jentoft, Derek Johnson, Roger Pullin, and Stella Williams
 
PART II
THE SYSTEM TO BE GOVERNED
 
Introduction
Andy Thorpe, Derek Johnson, and Maarten Bavinck
 
3.  Aquatic Ecologies
Michel Kulbicki
 
4.  Fish Capture
Derek Johnson, Maarten Bavinck, and Joeli Veitayaki
 
5.  Aquaculture
Roger Pullin and U. RAshid Sumaila
 
6.  The Post-Harvest Chain
Andy Thorpe, Stella Williams, and Jacques van Zyl
 
7.  Links in the Fish Chain
Derek Johnson, Andy Thorpe, Maarten Bavinck, and Michel Kulbicki
 
PART III
INSTITUTIONS FOR FISHERIES GOVERNANCE
 
Introduction
Svein Jentoft
 
8.  Local Institutions
José J. Pascual-Fernández, Katia Frangoudes, and Stella Williams
 
9.  National Institutions
Svein Jentoft, Jan Kooiman, and Ratana Chuenpagdee
 
10.  International Institutions
Juan L.  Suárez de Vivero, Juan C. Rodrigquez Mateos, and David Florido del Corral
 
11.  Institutional Linkages
José J. Pascual-Fernández, Svein Jentoft, Jan Kooiman, and Abbie Trinidad
 
PART IV
PRINCIPLES FOR FISHERIES GOVERNANCE
 
Introduction
Jan Kooiman
 
12.  Current Principles
Maarten Bavinck and Ratana Chuenpagdee
 
13.  Meta-Principles
Jan Kooiman, Svein Jentoft, Maarten Bavinck, Ratana Chuenpagdee, and U. RAshid Sumaila
 
14.  Hard Choices and Values
Jan Kooiman and Svein Jentoft
 
PART V
PROSPECTS FOR FISHERIES GOVERNANCE
 
15.  Challenges and Concerns Revisited
Maarten Bavinck, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Poul Degnbol, and José J. Pascual-Fernández
 
16.  Governance and Governability
Jan Kooiman and Ratana Chuenpagdee
 
17.  Governance in Action
Robin Mahon, Maarten Bavinck, and Rathindra Nath Roy
 
References
List of Contributors
Index
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