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Lobbyism and Climate Change in Fisheries: A Political Support Function Approach

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  • Urs Steiner Brandt

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This paper seeks to investigate the following issues: What is the resulting out-come, when regulation is determined by interest groups that compete for influ-ence over the regulatory process? Given this, can we predict how climate change related changes in the underlying biological factors will affect the be-haviour of the interest groups and the resulting regulatory outcome.

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  • Urs Steiner Brandt, 2005. "Lobbyism and Climate Change in Fisheries: A Political Support Function Approach," Working Papers 63/05, University of Southern Denmark, Department of Sociology, Environmental and Business Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:sdk:wpaper:63
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    1. Urs Steiner Brandt, 2006. "The Effect of Climate Change on the Probability of Conservation: Fisheries Regulation as a Policy Contest," Working Papers 72/06, University of Southern Denmark, Department of Sociology, Environmental and Business Economics.

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