Report on Andhra Pradesh for IDPAD: Cooperation in the context of crisis: Public-private management of marine fisheries in South Asia

S. Southwold-Llewellyn

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    In collaboration with the Department of Industrial Fisheries of Cochin University of Science and Technology, the Department of Economics and Ruhuna University, Sri Lanka, MARE is engaged in a three-year research project through the Indo-Dutch Programme for Alternatives in Development (IDPAD). The project¿s sponsors are the Indian Counsel for Social Science Research and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). The aim of the project is to assess the institutional responses to the current conditions of crisis in fishing in South Asia. It takes a legal pluralist approach which recognises that not only are different stakeholder groups involved in fisheries management, but that those different groups may well be operating according to very different sets of assumptions or, even, world views. The assumption is that the effectiveness of fisheries management will be enhanced if the activities of the
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationNew Delhi
    PublisherIDPAD
    Number of pages50
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    New Delhi : IDPAD, 2005. 50 p.

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