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El caso quota hopping en el contexto de la politica pesquera comun

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  • Torreiro, Marcos Dominguez
  • Alvarez, Ana Freijeiro
  • Lafuente, Manuel Varela
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    RESUMEN: En este trabajo se analizan las estrategias relativas al proceso de internacionalización de la propiedad dentro del sector pesquero comunitario (en particular la conocida como "quota hopping", aplicada sobre todo por el sector pesquero español). En el desarrollo del proceso ha surgido un conflicto derivado de la defensa del carácter nacional de las cuotas asignadas en la Unión Europea siguiendo el Principio de Estabilidad Relativa. La implantación consiguiente de medidas proteccionistas tales como la exigencia de "vínculos económicos" ha alterado el contexto en que los agentes involucrados en el proceso de internacionalización tomaban sus decisiones. En nuestro artículo analizamos las diferentes estrategias y valoramos los resultados. SUMMARY: In this article the process of property internationalisation within the fishing sector of the European Union is analysed (in particular, the strategy kwon as quota hopping, as implemented by the Spanish fishing sector). During its development a conflict has arisen in relation with the defense of the national character of the quotas allocated by the Principle of Relative Stability. The implementation of restrictive measures, e.g. the requirement of "economic links" has changed the context where agents involved in the process of internationalisation make their decisions. In our article the different strategies are analysed and the outcomes are evaluated.

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    Article provided by Spanish Association of Agricultural Economists in its journal Economia Agraria y Recursos Naturales.

    Volume (Year): 02 (2002)
    Issue (Month): 02 ()
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    Handle: RePEc:ags:earnsa:28764

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    Keywords: quota hopping; common fisheries policy; fishing regulation; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy; Q22; Q18;

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