Enhancing governance in fisheries management in southeast Asia towards 2020: issues and perspectives
This is a keynote address at the ASEAN-SEAFDEC conference on Sustainable Fisheries for Food Security Towards 2020, Fish for the People 2020: Adaptation to a Changing Environment. It addresses theme one of the conference which is Enhancing Governance in Fisheries Management. With the deteriorating state of the fishery resources and the emerging fisheries-related issues during the past decade, there is an urgent need to address concerns on weak governance as the main underlying cause of overfishing. Many social scientists believe that improved governance with strong elements of self-governance, co-management, and community-based management are required for effective management of fisheries resources.
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- Siar, S.V. & Ahmed, M. & Kanagaratnam, U. & Muir, J., 2006. "Governance and institutional changes in fisheries : issues and priorities for research," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, number 36905, September.
- Wilson, Douglas Clyde & Ahmed, Mahfuzuddin & Siar, Susanna V. & Kanagaratnam, Usha, 2006. "Cross-scale linkages and adaptive management: Fisheries co-management in Asia," Marine Policy, Elsevier, vol. 30(5), pages 523-533, September.
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