The Role of Knowledge Interpreters in Japanese Fisheries: Three Case Studies of Local Fishery Policy in Japan Public Deposited

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  • These three case studies of local fishery policy in Japan examine common causes of a successful fishery policy. This study tries to seek answer on "How did successful cases on Japanese local fishery policy succeed?" To find answer to this question, this study analyzed the relationship and the role of stakeholders in the policy process from the viewpoint of "knowledge-interaction". Three successful cases on Japanese local fishery had been incorporated in this study are: (1) sandfish resource management in Akita Prefecture; (2) local HACCP at Shibetsu-cho in Hokkai-do; and (3) the brand-building of "SEKIAJI SEKISABA" at Saganoseki-cho in Oita Prefecture. Four common grounds for success were found in each of the three cases: (1) all cases included problem-solving process before to be successful; (2) all cases had the role of bridge persons among stakeholders; (3) prefectural government supported policy positively and devotedly; and (4) policy transcended as result of knowledge-sharing among stakeholders. Theoretical implications of this study are: (1) roles of prefectural government to facilitate knowledge-sharing; (2) concepts of 'knowledge interpretation' to interpret knowledge among stakeholders; and (3) roles of "knowledge interpreter" in policy process. Practical implications of this study are: (1) the effectiveness of the utilization of specific knowledge and (2) the practice of collaborative problem-solving.
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  • Suenaga, Satoshi. 2004. The Role of Knowledge Interpreters in Japanese Fisheries: Three Case Studies of Local Fishery Policy in Japan. In: Proceedings of the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, July 20-30, 2004, Tokyo, Japan: What are Responsible Fisheries? Compiled by Ann L. Shriver. International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 2004. CD ROM. ISBN 0-9763432-0-7
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