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|Title: ||Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the European Association of Fisheries Economists, Dublin, Ireland, 10-12 April 1991|
|Authors: ||Hillis, J P (ed)|
|Keywords: ||Third Annual Conference of the European Association of Fisheries Economists|
|Issue Date: ||1994|
|Publisher: ||Department of the Marine|
|Citation: ||Hillis, J. P. (ed.), "Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the European Association of Fisheries Economists, Dublin, Ireland, 10-12 April 1991", Irish Fisheries Investigations Series B, Department of the Marine 1994|
|Series/Report no.: ||Irish Fisheries Investigations Series B;42(a)|
|Abstract: ||The European Association of Fisheries Economists (EAFE) was founded following a meeting of interested European fisheries economists at Esbjerg in August 1988. Its first Annual Conference was a modest one held at Brussels in January 1990, while the second was held at Lisbon in March 1990. At Lisbon, the Bureau accepted an invitation to meet in Dublin in the spring of 1991, so the Third Annual Conference of EAFE was duly held in Dublin, at the Headquarters of the Geological Survey of Ireland, during the 10th to 12th April, 1991.
Three themes were selected for the Conference, (1) The Single European Market, (2) Capacity, and (3) Coastal Management. In the event, the second theme attracted the most interest, reflecting the widespread preoccupation with overfishing and the problems inherent in trying to rectify it; papers accepted included two in Section 1, thirteen in Section 2 and five in Section 3, although one (No. 16), originally submitted in Section 3, was by reason of the nature of its contents finally transferred to Section 2.|
|Appears in Collections:||Irish Fisheries Investigations Series B - Marine|
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