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Fisheries impacts of the CBFM-2 project: final assessment of the impact of the CBFM project on community managed fisheries in Bangladesh


  • Halls, A.S.
  • Mustafa, M.G.


Following the recommendations of earlier investigations reported by Halls and Mustafa (2006), this study reports a final assessment to address the question: ôDoes CBFM bring sustainable benefits to fisher communities? Or in other words ôDoes the CBFM workö? It employs most of the methods described by Halls & Mustafa (2006) supported by additional statistical methods including unit slope tests using and an updated set of data containing additional observations made since the time of last reporting. The same performance indicators and explanatory variables were used for the analysis. Similar to the earlier study, it also aims to identify important explanatory factors to help inform future co- or communitybased management initiatives and programmes. It was intended that key findings and conclusions would be incorporated into evolving communications products, working documents and peer-reviewed publications.

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  • Halls, A.S. & Mustafa, M.G., 2006. "Fisheries impacts of the CBFM-2 project: final assessment of the impact of the CBFM project on community managed fisheries in Bangladesh," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, number 38560, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:wfi:wfbook:38560

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    Fishery management; Impact study;

    JEL classification:

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


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