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EVIDENCE ON PRODUCER BARGAINING IN THE NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS LOBSTER FISHERY
Ralph E. Townsend,
Samuel G. Pooley and
Raymond P. Clarke
, 2003, vol. 18, issue 2
Marine Resource Economics Abstract:
Conjectures have been made in fisheries economics that private bargaining to reduce fishing effort might arise among permit holders in regulated fisheries. A case of such spontaneous cooperation in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands lobster fishery is analyzed.
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