Book reviews 495 but a subtext was `what can the United States learn?' Global Trends: Fisheries Management publishes the papers that lay behind the symposium talks. The six sections of the book contain different numbers of papers. The ®rst section provides overviews, discussing `Status and trends in world ®sheries'. The next section is on `Approaches to management decision making' which is followed by `Multiple species and ecosystem considerations'. A fourth section deals with `Trends in world aquaculture', included perhaps because aquaculture is seen as a partial solution to over®shing? The ®nal major section is on `Allocating ®shing rights', which is approached largely from an economic perspective. A short summary is provided by the book's editors in the sixth section. An appendix provides a summary of discussions on the application of ITQs to ®sheries. The papers are written by a well-known group of people, the cream of the ®sheries world? There's Serge Garcia on the state of the world's ®sheries, Daniel Pauly on tropical small-scale ®sheries, Ray Hilborn on uncertainty and risk, Andre Punt on ecosystem interactions off South Africa, Ro È gnvaldur Hannesson on ITQs and, my favourite ®sheries economist, Jim Wilen on rent loss in modern ®sheries. I
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Published: Oct 6, 2004
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