The main findings suggest that Nordic commercial fishers are well paid compared to other occupations. As more efficient fisheries management regimes are introduced fishers remaining in the sector have been able to substantially increase their salaries. Likewise, as fisheries management have evolved so has the rents captured by fishers, vessel owners, quota owners and the public. Calculations show that the introduction of ITQ like management systems have contributed substantially to societal welfare across the Nordic countries.
|Number of pages||143|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
- Environment and Climate
- Labour and employment
- Marine environment
- Public finance
- Sustainable consumption and production