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A Perspective on Fisheries Sector Interventions for Livelihood Promotion


  • Subho Biswas
  • Samar K. Datta


  • Srijan Pal Singh
  • Milindo Chakrabarti
  • Sah Bittu


The 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 – 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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  • Subho Biswas & Samar K. Datta & Srijan Pal Singh & Milindo Chakrabarti & Sah Bittu, 2010. "A Perspective on Fisheries Sector Interventions for Livelihood Promotion," Working Papers id:2542, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2542
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    1. Pramod K. Nayar, 2008. "Affective Cosmopolitanism Ashis Nandy’s Utopia," Working Papers id:1732, eSocialSciences.
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