Conference: In Honour of Dr. Colin Clark – Developments and Challenges in Fisheries Economics (May 15 and 16, 2012)

May 15 and 16, 2012
Michael Smith Laboratories, Room 102
University of British Columbia
2185 East Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4

Conference hosted by the University of British Columbia Fisheries Centre and Departments of Mathematics and Economics

Click here for a conference poster and to view the conference agenda.

Presentation slides available for download:

Dr. Gordon Munro (Keynote, Day 1): Mathematical Bioeconomics and the Evolution of Fisheries Economics Revisited

Dr. John Boyce: Effect of Grandfathering Quotas on Instituting Regulatory Change: Lessons from Fisheries Economics

Louise Teh: Discount Rates in Small‐Scale Fisheries

Dr. Daniel Gordon: Some Issues with Applied Fisheries Economics, Data and Models

Dr. Marc Mangel (Keynote, Day 2): Behavioral Bioeconomics, with Application to the Eastern Australia Tuna and Billfish Fisheries and Beyond

Dr. Carol McAusland: Cumulative Carbon Taxation

Dr. Bob McKelvey: Restoration of a Distressed Transboundary Fishery Subject to Climate Change—a Stochastic Dynamic Investment Game

Dr. Rick Barichello: ITQs and Fisheries Management: Policy Risk in Canadian Sablefish

Dr. Jin Yoshimura: Conflicts between Resource Economics, Capitalism, and Investment Economics