Fisheries traffic: The poor relation of port devolution. Lessons from Spanish state ports of general interest
AbstractThe fisheries sector is currently contending with the hectic development of its own political economy framework being convulsed by the dynamics of decentralisation. This process is enshrouded in an environment of economic globalisation, taking place against the backdrop of the governance approach. With this situation as the starting point, the main goal of this paper is to quantify the effects that the Spanish port devolution process might have on the Spanish fisheries sector through the use of a transfer function model; the volumes of landings at State ports of general interest and their cash value are taken as dependent variables.
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Volume (Year): 34 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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