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Globalisation and Fisheries
Proceedings of an OECD-FAO Workshop
OECD, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  22 Jan 2008
Pages: 338 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264037762 , OECD Code: 532007041P1
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This conference proceedings highlights the key risks and opportunities that policy makers need to address relative to fisheries globalisation so that on the one hand, the opportunities that are created are not missed while, on the other, the risks are addressed appropriately. It presents a wide range of experiences and points of view from every part of the value chain of the fisheries industry, including fishers, processors, consumers, NGOs, restaurant and retail chains, as well as government and academic experts.

Table of contents:
List of Acronyms
PART 1. OPENING OF THE WORKSHOP AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES
Chapter 1. Welcome Address by Einar Gudfinnsson, Iceland Minister of Fisheries
Chapter 2. Welcome Address by Abraham Lyambo, Namibia Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources
Chapter 3. Keynote Opening Speech: Globalisation Overview by Alastair Macfarlane
PART 2. RETAILING AND DISTRIBUTION OF FISH: TRENDS AND ISSUES
Chapter 4. Global Seafood Sourcing: A Restaurant Perspective by Roger Bing
Chapter 5. Buying Power as an Instrument of Change by Peter Redmond
Chapter 6. Meeting Customer needs for Seafood by Peter Hajipieris
PART 3. PROCESSING FISH: WHERE, WHY, AND HOW
Chapter 7. Seafood Processing - Local Sources, Global Markets by Alda Möller
Chapter 8. From Local Production to Global Trade: The Danish Seafood Industry in Transition by Poul Melgaard Jensen
Chapter 9. Fish Safety and Quality Challenges by Developing Countries: The East African Nile Perch Case by Nancy Gitonga
PART 4. IDENTIFYING THE PARAMETERS WITH WHICH WE ARE WORKING IN THE HARVESTING SECTORS
Chapter 10. Are Present International High Seas Governance Structures Sufficient to Reap the Benefits of Globalisation by Michael Lodge
Chapter 11. Fisheries Agreements and their Impact on the Globalisation of the Fisheries Sector in Mauritania by Chérif Ould Toueilib
PART 5. IDENTIFYING THE PARAMETERS WITH WHICH WE ARE WORKING IN THE AGRICULRTURAL SECTOR
Chapter 12. Impact of Globalisation - Challenges and Opportunities for Indian Aquaculture by G. Moyhan Kumar
Chapter 13. Aquaculture in a Global Age - The European Perspective by Richard Bates
Chapter 14. Organic Aquaculture - Opportunities for Emerging Markets and the Environmental Challenge for Exporting to Europe by Markus Stern
Chapter 15. Meeting the Demands and Challenges of Globalisation of Trade in Agriculture: The Role of a Regional Inter-Governmental Body by Sena De Silva
PART 6. LINKAGES ALONG THE VALUE CHAIN
Chapter 16. An Investor's Perspective by Kristjan Davidsson
Chapter 17. Microfinance, Small Scale Fisheries, and International Fisheries Trade in Selected APRACA Member Countries by Thiraphong Tangthirasunan
Chapter 18. Globalised Out? - A Case for Fish Trade in Developing Countries by Stephen Mwikya
Chapter 19. Perspectives from Canada's Pacific Coast by Christina Burridge
Annex A. Biographies of Experts and Authors
Annex B. List of Participants
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