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Author: Olivier Godard
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: design, implementation, management, environmental, transferable, permits, domestic
Number of Pages: 111
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 9264186565
ISBN-13: 9789264186569

To address many of the environmental challenges that face us today, including climate change, countries are striving to deploy efficient and effective tools for environmental management at the national level. Tradable/transferable permits are one such tool. What are the key design parameters for domestic tradable permit programmes? What additional considerations should policy-makers keep in mind before choosing tradable permits over other policy instruments? Why have many proposals for domestic tradable permit systems failed to materialise and how could the obstacles be overcome?This publicati
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Author: Ross Shotton
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: rights, fisheries, quota, transferable, studies, allocation, case
Number of Pages: 388
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 9251046751
ISBN-13: 9789251046753

In moving towards, or adopting, rights-based management, how quota will be allocated is one of the earliest operational decision that fisheries administrators face and it is inevitably controversial. This report, consisting of 23 studies, describes how the initial allocations of transferable fishing (effort) or fish (catch) quotas have been done by a variety of fisheries management regimes.
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Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Develop
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: smoothing, path, fisheries, manage, market, mechanisms, using
Number of Pages: 326
Published: 2006-03-31
ISBN-10: 9264036571
ISBN-13: 9789264036574

In demystifying the concept of market-like instruments - such as transferable access rights, individual transferable quotas - this study explains how to make better use of market-like instruments in fisheries management by identifying practical steps that can be taken to further their use. The findings of the study are based on a survey of the use of market-like instruments in OECD fisheries in which the key characteristics of these instruments in different countries are identified. It finds that market-like instruments have generally improved the economic efficiency of the sector, and have he
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Author: Laura Jones
Publisher: The Fraser Institute
Keywords: salmon, fishery, british, columbia, quotas, transferable, bait, case, individual, fish
Number of Pages: 12
Published: 1997
ISBN-10: 0889751773
ISBN-13: 9780889751774
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Author: Byung-Hwa Lee
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: trade, development, vector, countries, developing, fdi
Number of Pages: 148
Published: 2002
ISBN-10: 9264198091
ISBN-13: 9789264198098

Korea's experience with outward foreign direct investment (FDI) demonstrates that the ancillary benefits of such investment -- knowledge and management transfer, market acquisition and skills enhancement -- can be substantial for individual firms. Moreover, the resulting increased robustness of these enterprises contributes to the strength and stability of the economy as a whole. While it is true that inward FDI carries similar benefits, outward FDI -- driven by the prerogatives of the domestic company -- is integrated into existing business plans and strategies, and therefore constitutes a mo
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Author: Stephen Hodgson
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: practice, theory, rights, water, modern
Number of Pages: 116
Published: 2006
ISBN-10: 9251056242
ISBN-13: 9789251056240

The vital importance of water to human activity is such that most societies and cultures have sought to establish legal rules over its use and allocation. In most jurisdictions legal rights to water have been linked to land tenure and ownership rights. A number of countries have recently undertaken substantive water law reforms, usually involving the introduction of formal and explicit water rights that clearly specify the volume of water that is subject to each right ("modern water rights"), together with institutional arrangements for their allocation, registration, monitoring and enforcemen
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Authors: James Hosek, Michael Mattock, C. Christine Fair,
Publisher: RAND
Keywords: technology, personnel, information, competes, military, attracting
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2004
ISBN-10: 0833035509
ISBN-13: 9780833035509

During the 1990s, the burgeoning private-sector demand for information technology (IT) workers, escalating private-sector pay in IT, growing military dependence on IT, and faltering military recruiting led to a concern that the military capability was vulnerable to a large shortfall in IT personnel. What basis, if any, offered assurance that the supply of IT personnel would be adequate to meet the military’s future IT manpower requirements? The authors conducted a literature review, field interviews, and data analysis and used a dynamic model that, taken together, compose an integrative
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