THE ECONOMICS OF FISHERIES.
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
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The International Economic Association (IEA) was founded under the auspices of UNESCO in September 1950. Each year since then a round table has been held with papers and discussion centred upon a single major topic or branch of the discipline. Succeeding conferences have been devoted to the following subjects: Long-Term International Balance (1950), Monopoly and Competition (1951), The Business Cycle in the Post-War World (1952), The Determinants of Economic Progress (1953), Wage Determination (1954), The Economics of International Migration (1955), and The Economics of Fisheries (1956).
Erik Lindhahl (President of the International Economic Association)
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
INTRODUCTION by Ralph Turvey
I. A NOTE ON COSTS IN FISHERIES
by G.M. Gerhardsen
II. FISHERMEN'S REMUNERATION
by H. Zoeteweij
III. OPTIMAL UTILIZAION AND THE CONTROL OF FISHERIES
by Anthony Scott
IV. OBSTACLES TO AGREEMENT ON CONTROL IN THE FISHING INDUSTRY
by H. Scott Gordon
V. SPECIAL PROBLEMS OF FISHERIES IN POOR COUNTRIES
by E. S. Kirby and E. F. Szczepanik
VI. THE CONTROL OF NORTH SEA FISHERIES
by G. Lienesch
VII. PORT MARKETS
by Ian Bowen
VIII. THE MARKETING OF FISHERY PRODUCTS IN THE U.S.A.
by Ralph Cassady Jr.
IX. FISH MARKETING IN ICELAND WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO FOREIGN TRADE
by Olafur Björnsson