A Perspective on Fisheries Sector Interventions for Livelihood Promotion
AbstractThe ultimate goal of this paper is to derive inspiration from Coase Theorem and the Japanese model of Keiretsu to empower the producers and suppliers of fish â€“ namely, the fisher folk and to place them at the centre stage of control of rural entrepreneur-led private organizations, wherein the fisher community will not be deemed as mere consumers or vendors of fish, but will enter as dignified co-producer partners with significant shares in residual claim and residual control in those organizations.[W.P. No. 2010-02-03]
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inspiration; Coase Theorem; Japanese; model; Keiretsu; empower; producers; suppliers; fish; fisher folk; control; entrepreneur; private organizations; community; vendors; partners; residual claim; residual control;
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