Since the "200 miles" fishery conservation zones
were established by some coastal countries, new arrangements
between countries to participate jointly in
fishing, processing, and marketing of fish products
have emerged. One such fish product is surimi. As a
result of extended jurisdiction, each coastal country's
interest in the surimi industry...
The primary purpose of this study is to investigate the salmon
demand of Japanese households. The specific goals are to illuminate
the substitutional relationship between salmon and other foods and to
examine seasonal and regional differences in salmon demand.
To analyze substitutional relationships and seasonal
differences, monthly data on consumption...
The passing of the 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution has given to individual states the authority to regulate the sale, distribution and taxation of domestically produced wines, and made the wine trade potentially significant as a means of augmenting state revenues. In the state of Oregon, table wines...
The primary purpose of the study was to identify the demand
for processed salmon from the West Coast. The basic approach in
the demand analysis was to identify those variables that determine
the supply and demand for processed salmon. An econometric model
was established containing the supply and demand equations...
By 1976 extended fisheries jurisdiction had been
declared by most coastal states and territories of the
world. The new regime of property rights was expected to
affect seafood production costs which, in turn, could impact
on seafood trade and the competitive positions of
producing countries. In theory this policy should...