Bioeconomics Of Sustainable Harvest Of Competing Species: A Comment
AbstractFlaaten’s (1991) study on competing species conjectures that a higher price (harvesting costs) of one species yields a lower (greater) own stock-size and a greater (lower) stock-size of the competing species. I show both conjectures are wrong.
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fishery management; multiple species model; renewable resources;
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