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Strategies and options for increasing and sustaining fisheries and aquaculture production to benefit poorer households in Asia

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  • Dey, M.M.
  • Briones, R.M.
  • Garcia, Y.T.
  • Nissapa, A.
  • Rodriguez, U.P.
  • Talukder, R.K.
  • Senaratne, A.
  • Omar, I.H.
  • Koeshendrajana, S.
  • Khiem, N.T.
  • Yew, T.S.
  • Weimin, M.
  • Jayakody, D.S.
  • Kumar, P.
  • Bhatta, R.
  • Haque, M.S.
  • Rab, M.A.
  • Chen, O.L.
  • Luping, L.
  • Paraguas, F.J.

Abstract

The last three decades have witnessed dramatic changes in the structure of supply and demand for fish, especially in Asia. This WorldFish research study sponsored by the Asian Development Bank focussed on nine developing countries û Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam, all active players in the transformation of global fish supply and demand. The study, broken into five components and reported here, considered: 1) the profile of key aquaculture technologies and fishing practices; 2) analysis of policies, institutions and support services; 3) socioeconomic profile of major stakeholders in the fisheries sector; 4) projections of fish demand and supply in the nine Asian countries; and 5) formulation of national action plans based on the findings and recommendations of the study.

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  • Dey, M.M. & Briones, R.M. & Garcia, Y.T. & Nissapa, A. & Rodriguez, U.P. & Talukder, R.K. & Senaratne, A. & Omar, I.H. & Koeshendrajana, S. & Khiem, N.T. & Yew, T.S. & Weimin, M. & Jayakody, D.S. & Ku, 2008. "Strategies and options for increasing and sustaining fisheries and aquaculture production to benefit poorer households in Asia," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, number 37959, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:wfi:wfbook:37959
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    1. Dey, Madan Mohan & Kumar, Praduman & Chen, Oai Li & Khan, Md. Akhtaruzzaman & Barik, Nagesh Kumar & Li, Luping & Nissapa, Ayut & Pham, Ngoc Sao, 2013. "Potential impact of genetically improved carp strains in Asia," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 43(C), pages 306-320.
    2. Dey, Madan M. & Spielman David J. & Haque, A.B.M. Mahfuzul & Rahman, Md. Saidur & Valmonte-Santos, Rowena, 2012. "Change and diversity in smallholder rice-fish systems: Recent evidence from Bangladesh," IFPRI discussion papers 1220, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
    3. repec:gam:jsusta:v:10:y:2018:i:2:p:493-:d:131629 is not listed on IDEAS
    4. Stanford, Richard J. & Wiryawan, Budy & Bengen, Dietriech G. & Febriamansyah, Rudi & Haluan, John, 2014. "Improving livelihoods in fishing communities of West Sumatra: More than just boats and machines," Marine Policy, Elsevier, vol. 45(C), pages 16-25.

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    Keywords

    Research; Fisheries; Economic analysis; Aquaculture; Fish consumption; Trade; Policies; Socioeconomic aspects; Technology; Fishery products; Asia; China; People's Rep.; Bangladesh; India; Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines; Malaysia; Sri Lanka; Thailand; Vietnam;

    JEL classification:

    • Q00 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - General - - - General

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