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Wild and farmed salmon in Norway--A review

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  • Liu, Yajie
  • Olaf Olaussen, Jon
  • Skonhoft, Anders

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The Salmon industry in Norway includes three sectors, namely sea and river fishing for wild salmon, and salmon farming, or aquaculture. The three sectors provide different social, economic and cultural benefits to society, but also face many problems and challenges. They have different interests, practices, traditions and audiences, and are also administered by different authorities and regulated under varying management regimes and legislations. On the one hand, they complement each other in terms of product supply, employment creation and income; on the other hand, they face conflicts over management objectives and strategies. This paper provides an overview of the salmon sectors associated with their status, challenges and management regimes. It further analyzes their interests and conflicts over economic contribution and management. Finally, some potential solutions are suggested in an attempt to solve these conflicts.

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  • Liu, Yajie & Olaf Olaussen, Jon & Skonhoft, Anders, 2011. "Wild and farmed salmon in Norway--A review," Marine Policy, Elsevier, vol. 35(3), pages 413-418, May.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:marpol:v:35:y:2011:i:3:p:413-418
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    5. M. Okimoto, 2020. "Optimal trade strategy of a regional economy by food exports," Papers 2003.04307, arXiv.org.

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