Location : UQAM, Pavillon J.-A.-DeSève
320, rue Sainte-Catherine Est, room DS-5650
Time : 9:00 – 12:00
Louis Hotte (University of Ottawa)
Foreign Conflicts and OECD Fish Catches (with Maral Kichian (University of Ottawa)
ABSTRACT : We investigate whether the presence of conflict in foreign countries affects fish catches in OECD countries. We make use of country-level data on fish catches dating back to the 1950s, combined with conflict data. Our work is inspired by Hendrix and Glaser (2011) who have obtained that a country’s maritime fish catches tend to decrease when there is a conflict onset within the same country. Our results indicate that there may be a significant diversion effect. The analysis seeks to better inform policy-making devoted to the sustainable management of world fisheries.
Keywords : fisheries, conflict, illegal fishing
Gerard van der Meijden (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
An Oligopoly-Fringe Non-renewable Resource Game in the Presence of a Renewable Substitute
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