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In this article we analyze whether markets for organic and conventional salmonids are integrated and to what extent the price premium is reduced when organic supply grows. Increased organic supply reduces prices if organic and conventional markets are independent, while price premiums remain...
Tilapia is a fast-growing fish that has huge potential for production in Bangladesh. Despite the impressive growth of the industry, production is highly volatile across farms and locations. Both output risk and/or inefficiency will lead to variation in production. While several studies have...
The seaweed market in France is expanding. French consumers were surveyed regarding their perceptions and purchase intentions of seaweed products. Based on the survey results, we explore the determinants of seaweed consumption and preferences for this new, sustainable food in France. The survey...
A relevant question in fishery management is to what extent individual transferable quotas and effort quotas (ITQs/ITEQs) can contribute to higher efficiency and net returns as well as foster resource sustainability. To better account for factors that systematically affect efficiency of fishing...
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