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Assessment of Economic and Social Impact of Ecological Policies in Danube Delta

Trifon Belacurencu
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Trifon Belacurencu: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest

Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2007, vol. 8(513), issue 8(513)

Abstract: Impact assessment is a component of ecological policies assessment in Danube Delta and represents a preventive measure to make sure the some criteria are met based on which the designed ecological policy is accepted or not, such as: economic efficiency, equity, stimulative feature, applicability. We will restrict our evaluation to assessing the impact of the due on fish resource capitalization. This option is also justified by the fact that in the Danube Delta the highest human pressure is exerted on fish resource. The due on fish resource is an instrument of ecological policy that influences the model of fish resource management. The five forms of impact of due on fish resource are underlined: alimentary discomfort, reduction in workers income in collecting activity, lifestyle change, fish resource protection, increase in workers income in specific fields, such as research, investments. Weighting coefficients of parameters for each of five forms of impact are calculated with Delphi method.

Keywords: resource; impact; due; frequency; weight. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2007
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