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The New International Economic Order and the new regime for fisheries management

Shyam, Manjula R. (1982) The New International Economic Order and the new regime for fisheries management. Ocean Management, 8 (1). pp. 51-64. ISSN 0302-184X. doi:10.1016/0302-184X(82)90013-0.

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The 200-mile exclusive economic zone for fisheries management is criticized by some as being inconsistent with demands for a New International Economic Order. This paper examines the implications of the new fisheries regime for the developing countries. While the regime is no panacea, it will improve the allocation of resources and the bargaining leverage of developing countries. Their long-term success in achieving nutritional, employment and commercial benefits will depend upon availability of infrastructure and venture capital for processing and marketing of the catch, sea-orientation among the peoples and the pattern of internal economic concentration.

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Additional Information:© 1982 Published by Elsevier Ltd. Accepted for publication January 26, 1982. Presented at the 22nd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association at Philadelphia, March 18-21, 1981. Formerly SSWP 378.
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