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Economic assessment of European fisheries

Economic assessment of European fisheries

Objective

General: to integrate and analyze the economic information available on European fisheries and to develop analytical tools in order to contribute to effective fisheries management.

Specific:
l. An Annual Economic Report (AER) on economic performance of selected fleet segments will be elaborated and submitted to STECF for review:
1.1 Continuation of existing format;
1.2 New fleet segments;
1.3 EU-wide fisheries;
1.4 Include Baltic area.

2. Annual Economic Interpretation of the ACFM Advice (EIAA) will be prepared and submitted to STECP for review:
2.1 Continue existing format;
2.2 New fleet segments;
2.3 Improve forecasting methods.

3. Establish a data base for the compiled data.
4. Develop analytical tools to exploit the data and allow improved estimations.

The project PAIR CT97-3541 has established procedures for compilation of existing economic data regarding the performance of specific fishing fleets. The most recent report 1999 has been published by the EC in September 2000 (ISBN 92-828- 9600-5).

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Coordinator

LANDBOUW ECONOMISCH INSTITUUT

Address

Burgemeester Patijnlaan 19
Den Haag

Netherlands

Administrative Contact

Vinus ZACHARIASSE

Participants (18)

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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Ireland

ERNST MORITZ ARNDT UNIVERSITAT GREIFSWALD

Germany

ESTONIAN MARINE INSTITUTE

Estonia

EURICO PIMENTA DE BRITO

Portugal

FINNISH GAME AND FISHERIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Finland

IFREMER - DRV SERVICE D'ECONOMIE MARITIME CENTRE DE BREST

France

INSTITUT DU DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE ET DES RESSOURCES AQUATIQUES

France

ISTITUTO DI RICERCHE ECONOMICHE PER LA PESCA E L'ACQUACOLTURA

Italy

LATVIAN FISHERIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Latvia

LITHUANIAN INSTITUT OF AGRARIAN ECONOMICS

Lithuania

MARFISH LTD

Greece

NATIONAL BOARD OF FISHERIES

Sweden

NATIONAL ECONOMIC INSTITUT

Iceland

NORWEGIAN INSTITUTE OF FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE LTD

Norway

SEA FISH INDUSTRY AUTHORITY

United Kingdom

SEA FISHERIES INSTITUTE (MORSKI INSTYTUT RYBACKI)

Poland

THE DANISH INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERIES ECONOMICS FISHERIES ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT DIVISION

Denmark

UNIVERSIDADE DE VIGO

Spain

Project information

Grant agreement ID: Q5CA-2001-01502

  • Start date

    1 January 2002

  • End date

    31 December 2004

Funded under:

FP5-LIFE QUALITY

  • Overall budget:

    € 1 460 003

  • EU contribution

    € 1 460 003

Coordinated by:

LANDBOUW ECONOMISCH INSTITUUT

Netherlands