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Selected Catch Share and Related References

NOAA Fisheries' Office of Sustainable Fisheries compiled this bibliography of catch share resources. All referenced URLs were current as of March 2016.

 

 

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16 U.S.C. §1801-1883. Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act as amended through January 12, 2007.
 
 
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Abayomi, T. and Tracy Yandle. 2012. Using Conditional Lorenz Curves to Examine Consolidation in New Zealand Commercial FishingMarine Resource Economics. 27(4):303-321.

Abbott, J., B. Garber-Yonts, and J. Wilen. 2010. Employment and Renumeration Effects of IFQs in the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands Crab Fisheries. Marine Resource Economics 25(4): 33-354.

Abbott, J.K, A.C. Haynie, and M.N. Reimer. 2015. Hidden flexibility: Institutions, incentives, and the margins of selectivity in fishing. Land Economics 91:169-195.

Abbott, J.K. and J.E. Wilen. 2009. Regulation of Fisheries Bycatch with Common Pool Output Quotas. J. Environ. Econ. Mgmt. 57:195-204.

Abdullah, Nik Mustapha Raja & Kuperan, K. & Pomeroy, Robert S. 1998. Transaction Costs and Fisheries Co-Management. Marine Resource Economics. 13(2):103-114.

Ackroyd, P., R.P. Hide, and B.M.H. Sharp. 1990. New Zealand’s ITQ System: Prospects for the Evolution of Sole Ownership Corporations. Report to MAF Fisheries. Minister of Fisheries, Wellington, New Zealand.

Adasiak, A. 1979. Alaska’s experience with limited entry. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada. 36:770-782.

Adelaja, A., B.J. McCay, and J. Menzo. 1998a. Market power, industrial organization, and tradable quotas. Review of Industrial Organization. 13:589-601.

Adelaja, A., B. McCay, and J. Menzo. 1998b. Market share, capacity utilization, resource conservation, and tradable quotas. Marine Resource Economics. 13:115-134.

Agnello, R.J. and L.P. Donnelley. 1975. Property rights and efficiency in the oyster industry. Land Economics. 18:521-533.

Allen, R., J. Joseph, and D. Squires, editors. 2010.  Conservation and Management of Pacific Tunas. Ames, Iowa: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 392 pp.

Anderson, C.M. and J.G. Sutinen. 2005. A laboratory assessment of tradable fishing allowances. Marine Resource Economics. 20(1):1-23.

Anderson, C.M. and D.S. Holland. 2006. Auctions for initial sale of annual catch entitlement. Land Economics. 82(3):333-352.

Anderson, J.E. 1987. Quotas as options: Optimality and quota license pricing under uncertainty. Journal of International Economics. 23:21-39.

Anderson, L.G. 1989a. Conceptual constructs for practical ITQ management policies. Pp. 191-209 in P.A. Neher, R. Arnason, and N. Mollett (eds.), Rights Based Fishing. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, Massachusetts.

Anderson, L.G. 1989b. Property Rights in Fisheries: Lessons from the New Zealand Experience. Working Paper 89-22. Political Economy Research Center, Bozeman, Montana.

Anderson, L.G. 1991a. Efficient policies to maintain total allowable catches in ITQ fisheries with at-sea processing. Land Economics. 67(2):141-157.

Anderson, L.G. 1991b. A note on market power in ITQ fisheries. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 21(3):291-296.

Anderson, L.G. 1992. Consideration of the Potential Use of Individual Transferable Quotas in U.S. Fisheries. Vol. 1. Contractor paper prepared for the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration.

Anderson, L.G. 1994a. A note on the economics of discards in fisheries utilization. Marine Resource Economics. 9(2):183-186.

Anderson, L.G. 1994b. An economic analysis of highgrading in ITQ fisheries regulation programs. Marine Resource Economics. 9(3):209-226.

Anderson, L.G. 1995. A commentary on the views of environmental groups on access control in fisheries. Ocean and Coastal Management. 28:165-188.

Anderson, L.G. 2000. The effects of ITQ implementation: A dynamic approach. Natural Resource Modeling. 13:435-470.

Anderson, L.G. 2002. A microeconomic analysis of the formation and potential reorganization of AFA coops. Marine Resource Economics. 17:207-224.

Anderson L.G. 2008. The  control of market power in ITQ fisheries. Marine Resource Economics. 23(1):25-35.

Anderson, T.L. and P.J. Hill. 1990. The race for property rights. Journal of Law and Economics. 33:177-197.

Anderson, Terry L., Arnason, Ragnar and Libecap, Gary D. 2010. Efficiency Advantages of Grandfathering in Rights-Based Fisheries Management. NBER Working Paper No. w16519.

Annala, J.H. 1993. Fishing assessment approaches in New Zealand’s ITQ system. Pp. 791-805 in G. Kruse, D.M. Eggers, R.J. Marasco, C. Pautzke, and T.J. Quinn II (eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on Management Strategies for Exploited Fish Populations. Alaska Sea Grant College Program Report No. 93-02, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Annala, J.H. 1996. New Zealand’s IFQ system: Have the first eight years been a success or a failure? Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 6:43-62.

Annala, J.H., K.J. Sullivan, and A. Hore. 1991. Management of multispecies fisheries in New Zealand by individual transferable quotas. Pp. 321-330 in N. Daan and M.P. Sissenwine (eds.), Proceedings of the ICES Marine Science Symposium: Multispecies Models for Management of Living Resources.

Apostle, R., B.J. McCay, and K.H. Mikalsen. 1997. The political construction of an IQ management system: The mobile gear ITQ experiment in the Scotia Fundy region of Canada. Pp. 27-49 in G. Pálsson and G. Pétursdóttir (eds.), Social Implications of Quota Systems in Fisheries. Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen.

Arnason, R. 1993. The Icelandic individual transferable quota system: A descriptive account. Marine Resource Economics. 8(3):201-218.

Arnason, R. 1996. On the individual transferable quota fisheries management system in Iceland. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 6(1):63-90.

Arnason, R. 1998. Ecological fisheries management using individual transferable share quotas. Ecological Applications. 8(1):151-159.

Arnason, Ragnar. 2005. Property rights in fisheries: Iceland’s experience with ITQs, Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 15:243–264.

Arnason, R. 2007. Fisheries self-management under ITQs. Marine Resource Management. 22(4):373-390.

Arnason, Ragnar. 2008. Iceland’s ITQ system creates new wealth, The Electronic Journal of Sustainable Development 1(2), pp. 35-41.

Arnason, R. 2009. Conflicting uses of marine resources: can ITQs promote an efficient solution? Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 53(1):145-174.

Arnason, R. 2012. Property rights in fisheries: How much can individual transferable quotas accomplish?  Review of Environmental Economics and Policy. 6(2): 217-236.  

Ausubel, L.M. 2002. Implications of Auction Theory for New Issues Markets. Brookings-Wharton Papers on Financial Services.

Ausubel, L.M. 2004. An efficient ascending-bid auction for multiple objects. American Economic Review. 94(5):1452-1475.

Ausubel, L.M. and P. Cramton. 2004. Auctioning many divisible goods. Journal of the European Economic Association. 2(2-3):480-493.

Ausubel, L.M. and P.R. Milgrom. 2002.Ascending auctions with package bidding. Frontiers of Theoretical Economics. 1(1).

Ausubel, L.M. and P.R. Milgrom. 2006. The lovely but lonely vickrey auction. In P. Cramton, R. Steinberg, and Y. Shoham (eds.), Combinatorial Auctions. MIT Press.

Ausubel, L.M., P. Cramton, and P. Milgrom. 2006. The clock-proxy auction: A practical combinatorial auction design. In P. Cramton, R. Steinberg, and Y. Shoham (eds.), Combinatorial Auctions. MIT Press. 

 
 
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Batstone, C.J. and B.M.H. Sharp. 1999. New Zealand’s quota management system: The first ten years. Marine Policy. 23:177-190.

Beddington J.R., Agnew D.J., C.W. Clark.  2007.  Current problems in the management of marine fisheries.  Science.  316:1713-1716.

Berck, P. and G. Johns. 1985. Policy consequences of better stock estimates in Pacific halibut fisheries. pp. 139-145 in Proceedings of the American Statistical Association Business and Economics Statistics Section.

Berkes, F. and D. Feeny 1990. Paradigms lost: Changing views on the use of common property resources. Alternatives. 17(2):48-55.

Bernal, P.A., Oliva, D., Aliaga, B. and Morales, C. 1999. New regulations in Chilean Fisheries and Aquaculture: ITQ’s and Territorial Users Rights. Ocean and Coastal Management. 42:119-142.

Bess, R. 2005. Expanding New Zealand’s quota management system. Marine Policy. 29(4):339-347.

Bess, R. and R. Rallapudi. 2007. Spatial conflicts in New Zealand fisheries: The rights of fishers and protection of the marine environment. Marine Policy 31:719-729.

Bisack, K.D. Integrating Porpoise and Cod Management: A Comparison of Days-at-sea, ITQs, and Closures. 2008. Marine Resouce Economics 23(3): 361-378.

Bisack, K.D. and J. Sutinen. 2006. A New Zealand ITQ Fishery With an In-Season Stock Externality. Marine Resource Economics 21(3): 231-249.

Bisack, K.D. and J.D. Sutinen. 2006. Harbor porpoise bycatch: ITQs or time/area closures in the New England gillnet fishery. Land Economics 82(1): 85-102.

Bishop, R.C. 1973. Limitation of entry in the United States fishing industry: An economic appraisal of a proposed policy. Land Economics. 49:381-390.

Bishop, R.C. and K.C. Samples. 1980. Sport and commercial fishing conflicts: Theoretical analysis. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 7:220-233

Bjorndal, T. and G. Munro. 1998. The economics of fisheries management: A survey. Pp. 153-188 in T. Tietenberg and H. Folmer (eds.), The International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics: 1998/9. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.

Bose, S., H.F. Campbell, and A. McIldorm. 2000. A model of the market for ITQ in Australia’s multi-species South East fishery. In Proceedings of the Institute for International Fisheries Economics and Trade. Corvallis, Oregon.

Bourillón, L. and Ramade M. (2006). Community-based fisheries management and eco-labeling in Baja California, Mexico.

Boyce, J.R. 1992. Individual transferable quotas and production externalities in a fishery. Natural Resource Modeling. 6:385-408.

Boyd, R.O. and C.M. Dewees. 1992. Putting theory into practice: Individual transferable quotas in New Zealand's fisheries. Society and Natural Resources. 5:179-198.

Bradshaw, M.., Williamson, S. and Wood, L. 2000. From Input Controls to Quota Management in the Tasmanian Rock Lobster Fishery. New Zealand Geographer. 56:32–41.

Bradshaw, Matt. 2004. A combination of state and market through ITQs in the Tasmanian commercial rock lobster fishery: The tail wagging the dog?, Fisheries Research. 67(2):99-109.  

Branch, T. 2009. How do individual transferable quotas affect marine ecosystems? Fish and Fisheries. 10: 39-57.

Brander, L. and D.L. Burke. 1995. Rights-based vs. competitive fishing of sea scallops Placopecten magellanicus in Nova Scotia. Aquatic Living Resources. 8:279-288.

Brandt, S.J. 1994-1995. Effects of limited access management on substitutable resources: A case study of the surf clam and ocean quahog fishery. Journal of Environmental Systems. 23(1):21-49.

Brandt, Sylvia. 2005. The equity debate: Distributional impacts of Individual Transferable Quotas, Ocean & Coastal Management. 48:15–30.  

Brandt, S. and N. Ding. 2008. Impact of property rights on labor contracts in commercial fisheries. Ocean and Coastal Management. 51(11):740-748.

Bromley, Daniel W. 2005. Purging the frontier from our mind: Crafting a new fisheries policy, Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 15:217-229.

Bromley, D.W. 2009. Abdicating responsibility: the deceits of fisheries policy. Fisheries. 34(6):280-302.

Brubaker, E. 1996. The ecological implications of establishing property rights in Atlantic fisheries. Pp. 221-251 in B.L. Crowley (ed.), Taking Ownership: Property Rights and Fishery Management on the Atlantic Coast. Atlantic Institute for Market Studies, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Buck, Susan J. 1989. "Cultural Theory and Management of Common Property Resources." Human Ecology. 17(1):101-116.

 
 
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Cancino, J. P., Uchida, H. and Wilen, J. E. 2007. TURFs and ITQs: Coordinated vs. Decentralized Decision Making. Marine Resource Economics. 22:391–406.

Cardwell, E. and Gear, R. 2013. Transferable quotas, efficiency and crew ownership in Whalsay, Shetland.  Marine Policy. 40: 160-166.

Carothers, C. 2013. A survey of US halibut IFQ holders: Market participation, attitudes, and impacts.  Marine Policy. 38: 515-522.

Carothers, C. and Chambers, C. 2012.  Fisheries privatization and the remaking of fishery systems.  Environment and Society.  3: 39-59.

Carothers, C., D. K. Lew, and J. Sepez. 2010. Fishing rights and small communities: Alaska halibut IFQ transfer patterns. Ocean Coastal Management. 53: 518-523.

Carrier, J.G. 1987. Marine tenure and conservation in Papua New Guinea: Problems in interpretation. Pp. 142-167 in B.J. McCay and J.M. Acheson (eds.), The Question of the Commons. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Casey, K.E., C.M. Dewees, B.R. Turris, and J.E. Wilen. 1995. Effects of individual vessel quotas in the British Columbia halibut fishery. Marine Resource Economics. 10:211-230.

Charles Rivers Associates Inc. and Market Design Inc. 1998a. Report 1A: Auction Design Enhancements for Non-Combinatorial Auctions. Charles River and Associates Report No. 1351-00. Charles River and Associates, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Charles Rivers Associates Inc. and Market Design Inc. 1998b. Report 1B: Package Bidding for Spectrum Licenses. Charles River and Associates Report No. 1351-00. Charles River and Associates, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Charles Rivers Associates Inc. and Market Design Inc. 1998c. Report 2: Simultaneous Ascending Auctions with Package Bidding. Charles River and Associates Report No. 1351-00. Charles River and Associates, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Christy, F.T., Jr. 1969. Session summary: Fisheries goals and the rights of property. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2:369-378.

Christy, F.T., Jr. 1973. Fishermen’s Quotas: A Tentative Suggestion for Domestic Management. University of Rhode Island, Law of the Sea Institute, Occasional Paper No. 19, Kingston, Rhode Island.

Christy, F.T., Jr. 1977. The Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976: Management objectives and the distribution of benefits and costs. Washington Law Review. 52:657-680.

Christy, F.T., Jr. 1982. Territorial Use Rights in Marine Fisheries: Definitions and Conditions. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper 227: FIPP/T227. Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome.

Christy, F.T., Jr. 1996. The death rattle of open access and the advent of property rights regimes in fisheries. Marine Resource Economics. 11(4):287-304.

Chu, C. 2009. Thirty years later: the global growth of ITQs and their influence on stock status in marine fisheries.  Fish and Fisheries. 10: 217-230.

Chuenpagdee, Ratana and Svein Jentoft.  2007. "Step Zero for Fisheries Co- Management: What Precedes Implementation." Marine Policy.  31(6): 657-668.

Clark, CW. 1980. Towards a predictive model for the economic regulation of commercial fisheries. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science. 37: 1111-1129.

Clark, CW. 1985. The effect of fishermen’s quotas on expected catch rates. Marine Resource Economics. 1: 419-427.

Clark, I.N. 1993. Individual transferable quotas: The New Zealand experience. Marine Policy. 17:340-342.

Clark, I.N. and A.J. Duncan. 1986. New Zealand’s Fisheries Management Policies-Past, Present and Future: The implementation of an ITQ–based management system, pp. 107-140. In N. Mollett (ed.), Fishery Access Control Programs Worldwide: Proceedings of the Workshop on Management Options for the North Pacific Longline Fisheries. Alaska Sea Grant College Program Report No. 86-4, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Clark, I.N., P.J. Major, and N. Mollett. 1988. Development and implementation of New Zealand’s ITQ management system. Marine Resource Economics. 5:325-349.

Clay, PM, A Kitts and P Pinto da Silva. 2014. Measuring the socio-economic performance of catch share programs: definition of metrics and application to the Northeast U.S. groundfish fishery. Marine Policy 44:27-36.

Clay P.M., Pinto da Silva P., Kitts A. 2010. Defining social and economic performance measures for catch share systems in the Northeast U.S. 2010. In: Proceedings of the Fifteenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, July 13-16, 2010, Montepellier, France: Economics of Fish Resources and Aquatic Ecosystems: Balancing Uses, Balancing Costs. Compiled by Ann L. Shriver. International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 2008. CD ROM, paper no. 338, pp. 1-12, ISBN: 0-9763432-6-6.

Coase, R. 1960. The Problem of Social Cost. The Journal of Law and Economics. 3(October):1-44.

Code of Federal Regulations § 679.45. IFQ Cost Recovery Program.

Collons, KA. 1996. ITQs as collateral rightly understood: Preserving commerce and conserving fisheries. UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. 14:285-326.

Committee to Review the Community Development Quota Program and the National Research Council. 1999. The Community Development Quota Program in Alaska. The National Academy of Science. The National Academies Press.

Connor, R. and D. Alden. 2001. Indicators of the effectiveness of quota markets: The southeast trawl fishery of Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research. 52:387-397.

Cook B.A. and P. Copes. 1987. Optimal levels for Canada’s Pacific halibut catch. Marine Resource Economics. 4:45-61.

Copes, P. 1986. A critical review of the individual quota as a device in fisheries management. Land Economics. 62(3):278-291.

Copes, P. 1994. Individual fishing rights: Some implications of transferability. In M. Antona, J. Catanzano and J.G. Sutinen (eds.), Proceedings of the sixth conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, 907-916. Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: IFREMER.

Copes, P. 1997. Social impacts of fisheries management regimes based on individual quotas. Pp. 61-90 in G. Pálsson and G. Pétursdóttir (eds.), Social Implications of Quota Systems in Fisheries. Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen.

Copes, P. 1998. Adverse impacts of individual quota systems in small-scale fisheries: what are the positive alternatives? In L. Loucks, A.T. Charles and M. Butler (eds.), Managing our fisheries, managing ourselves, 23-30. Halifax: Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies, Saint Mary's University.

Copes, P. 1999. Equity and the rights basis of fishing in Iceland and Canada: reflections on the Icelandic Supreme Court decision. The Common Property Resource Digest. 48(April):5-7.

Cordell, J.C. and M.A. McKean. 1992. Sea tenure in Bahia, Brazil. Pp. 183-205 in D.W. Bromley (ed.), Making the Commons Work: Theory, Practice, and Policy. Institute for Contemporary Studies, San Francisco, California.

Costello, C. and Kaffine, D. 2008. Natural resource use with limited-tenure property rights. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 55(1), 20-36.

Costello, C., S.D. Gaines and J. Lynham. 2008. Can Catch Shares Prevent Fisheries Collapse? Science. 321:1678.

Couper, AD & Smith, HD, 1997. "The development of fishermen-based policies," Marine Policy, Elsevier, vol. 21(2), pp. 111-119.

Cramton, P. 1998. Ascending auctions. European Economic Review. 42(3-5):745-756.  

Cramton, P. 2000. Lessons from the United States Spectrum Auctions. Prepared Testimony before the U.S. Senate Budget Committee, February 10.  

Cramton, P. 2006. Simultaneous ascending auctions. Pp. 99-114 in P. Cramton, R. Steinberg, and Y. Shoham (eds.), Combinatorial Auctions. MIT Press.  

Cramton, P. and S. Kerr. 1998. Tradable Carbon Permit Auctions: How and Why to Auction Not Grandfather. Resources for the Future Discussion Paper 98-34.  

Cramton, P. and J.A. Schwartz. 2000. Collusive bidding: Lessons from the FCC spectrum auctions. Journal of Regulatory Economics. 17: 229-252.  

Cramton, P., Y. Shoham, and R. Steinberg. 2006. Introduction to combinatorial auctions. In P. Cramton, R. Steinberg, and Y. Shoham (eds.), Combinatorial Auctions. MIT Press.  
 
Creed, C.F. and B.J. McCay. 1996. Property rights, conservation, and institutional authority: Policy implications of the Magnuson Act reauthorization for the Mid-Atlantic region. Tulane University Environmental Law Journal. 9(2):245-256.

Criddle, K.R. 1994. Economics of resource use: A bioeconomic analysis of the Pacific halibut fishery. Pp. 37-52 in Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium of the Conference of Asian and Pan-Pacific University Presidents. Alaska Sea Grant, Anchorage, Alaska.

Criddle, K.R. 2004a. Economic principles of sustainable multi-use fisheries management, with a case history economic model for Pacific halibut. Pp. 143-171 in D.D. MacDonald and E.E. Knudson (eds.), Sustainable Management of North American Fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

Criddle, K.R. 2004b. Property rights and the management of multiple use fisheries. Pp. 85-110 in D.R. Leal (ed.), Evolving Property Rights in Marine Fisheries. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Lanham, Maryland.

Criddle, K.R. 2012. Adaptation and maladaptation: factors that influence the resilience of four Alaskan fisheries governed by durable entitlements.  ICES Journal of Marine Science. 69(7): 1168-1179.

Criddle, K.R. and S. Macinko. 2000. A requiem for the IFQ in US fisheries? Marine Policy. 24:461-469.

Criddle, K.R., M. Herrmann, and J.A. Greenberg. 2001. Territorial use rights: A rights based approach to spatial management. Pp. 573-590 in M. Dorn, S. Hills, G. Kruse, and D. Witherell (eds.), Spatial Processes and the Management of Fish Populations. Alaska Sea Grant, Anchorage, Alaska.

Criddle, K. R., M. Pan, and K. Davidson. 2011. A Summary of the Pacific Islands Region Catch Share Workshop, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 9-12, 2010. Pacific Islands  Fish. Sci. Cent., Natl. Mar. Fish. Serv., NOAA, Honolulu, HI 96822-2396. Pacific Islands Fish. Sci. Cent. Admin. Rep. H-11-03, 28 p. + Appendix.

Criddle, K.R. and Strong, J. 2013. Dysfunction by design: Consequences of limitations on transferability of catch shares in the Alaska pollock fishery.  Marine Policy. 40: 91-99.

Crosson, S. 2011. Resistance to Alternative Management in Fisheries: Economic and Cultural Considerations of North Carolina's Commercial fishers. Politics and the Life Sciences 30(2): 31-42.

Crosson, S., T. Yandle, and B. Stoffle. 2013. "Renegotiating property rights in the Florida golden crab fishery". International Journal of the Commons 7(2): 521-548.

Crothers, S. 1988. Individual transferable quotas: The New Zealand experience. Fisheries. 13(1):10-12.

Crowley, R.W. and H. Palsson. 1991. Rights Based Fisheries Management in Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Ottawa, Canada.

Crowley, R. W. and Palsson, H. (1992). Rights Based Fisheries Management in Canada. Marine Resource Economics, 7, 1-21.

Crutchfield, J.A. 1961. An economic evaluation of alternative methods of fishery regulation. Journal of Law and Economics. 4:131-143. 

Crutchfield, J.A. 1979. Economic and social implications of the main policy alternatives for controlling fishing effort. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada. 36:742-752.

Crutchfield, J.A. and A. Zellner. 1962. Economic aspects of the Pacific halibut fishery. Fishery Industrial Research. 1:1-73.

Crutchfield, J.A. and A. Zellner. 2003. The Economics of Marine Resources and Conservation Policy: The Pacific Halibut Case with Commentary. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Cullis-Suzuki, S., McAllister, Murdoch, Baker, P., Carruthers, T., and Tate, T.J. 2012.  Red snapper discards in the Gulf of Mexico: Fishermen's perceptions following the implementation of Individual Fishing Quotas.  Marine Policy. 36(3): 583-591.

 
 
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Danielsson, A. 2000. Efficiency of ITQs in the presence of production externalities. Marine Resource Economics. 15:37-43.

Davis, Anthony and Conner Bailey. 1996. "Common in Custom, Uncommon in Advantage: Common Property, Local Elites and Alternative Approaches to Fisheries Management." Society and Natural Resources 9(3):251-265.

Deacon, Robert T. 2009. "Creating Marine Assets: Property Rights in Ocean Fisheries." PERC Policy Series No. 43. Bozeman, MT:  Property and Environment Research Center.

Deacon, R. T., Parker, D. P. and Costello, C. (2008). Improving Efficiency by Assigning Harvest Rights to Fishery Cooperatives: Evidence From the Chignik Salmon Co-op. Arizona Law Review, 50, 479-510.

Dewees, C.M. 1989. Assessment of the implementation of individual transferable quotas in New Zealand's inshore fishery. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 9(2):131-139.

Dewees, C.M. 1996. Industry and government negotiation: Communication and change in New Zealand’s individual transferable quota system. Pp. 333-341 in R.M. Meyer, C. Zhang, M.L. Windsor, B.J. McKay, L.J. Hushak, R.M. Muth, and R.J. Wolotira (eds.), Fisheries Resources Utilization and Policy: Proceedings of the World Fisheries Congress, Theme 2. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi

Dewees, C.M. 1998. Effects of individual quota systems on New Zealand and British Columbia fisheries. Ecological Applications. 8(1):S133-S138.

Diekert, F. 2012. Growth overfishing: the race to fish extends to the dimension of size.  Environmental and Resource Economics. 52(4): 549-572.

Dinneford, E., K. Iverson, B. Muse, and K. Schelle. 1999. Changes under Alaska’s IFQ Program 1995 to 1998. Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission, Juneau, Alaska.

Dock Street Brokers. (2013). Dock Street Brokers IFQ.

Doyle, M., R. Singh, and Q. Weninger. 2004. Optimal Fisheries Management with Stock Uncertainty and Costly Capital Adjustment. Working Paper. Department of Economics, Iowa State University.

Dupont, D.P. and R.Q. Grafton. 2001. Multi-species individual transferable quotas: The Scotia-Fundy mobile gear ground fishery. Marine Resource Economics. 15(3):205-220.

Dupont, D.P., R.Q. Grafton, J. Kirkley, and D. Squires. 2000. Privatization and regulation of capacity in a multi-product fishery: a purse from a sow’s ear? In: Proceedings of the Tenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade: Macrobehavior and Macroresults, July 10-14, 2000, Corvallis, Oregon. Corvallis, OR: International Institute for Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET).

Dupont, D.P. and S.A. Phipps. 1991. Distributional consequences of fisheries regulations. Canadian Journal of Economics. 24:206-220.

 
 
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Easley, J.E., Jr. 1992. Selected issues in modeling allocation of fishery harvests. Marine Resource Economics. 7:41-56.

Edwards, S.F. 1990. An Economics Guide to Allocation of Fish stocks between Commercial and Recreational Fisheries. NOAA Technical Report 94. Northeast Fisheries Center, Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Edwards, S.F. 1994. Ownership of renewable ocean resources. Marine Resource Economics. 9(3):253-273.

Edwards, S.F. 2000. An elemental basis of property rights to marine fishery resources. In: Proceedings of the Tenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade: Macrobehavior and Macroresults, July 10-14, 2000, Corvallis, Oregon. Corvallis, OR: International Institute for Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET).

Edwards, S.F. 2002. Rent-seeking and property rights formation in the US Atlantic sea scallop fishery. Marine Resource Economics. 16:263-275.

Edwards, S.F. 2003. Property rights to multi-attribute fishery resources. Ecological Economics 44(2-3): 309-323.

Emery, T.J., Green, B.S., Gardner, C., and Tisdell, J. 2012. Are input controls required in individual transferable quota fisheries to address ecosystem based fisheries management objectives?  Marine Policy. 36(1): 122-131.

Emery, T.J., Hartmann, K., Green, B.S., Gardner, C., and Tisdell, J. 2013. Does "race to fish" behaviour emerge in an individual transferable quota fishery when the total allowable catch becomes non-binding?  Fish and Fisheries, DOI:10.1111/faf.12015.

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