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Economic performance of selected European fishing fleets in 1997-98.

Economic performance of selected European fishing fleets in 1997-98.

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Fishing Processing Industry Economic Analysis (fleet, processing, aquaculture) Economic Analysis (fleet, processing, aquaculture) Here you can find the reports referring to topics such as the economic reports on the profitability of EU fleets, the fish processing sector, etc. Fleet Total Vessels LOA unknown m m m m m m m m m 75 m and over Measure.

The mission of the Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen (IPSC) is to provide research results and to support EU policy-makers in their effort towards global se. Annual Economic Report (AER) provides a comprehensive overview of the structure and economic performance of the EU fishing fleet in We present the findings of some key trends between and , based on data obtained from the latest DCF fleet economic data call and data held by Eurostat and the EU fishing fleet register.

of their impacts on the reduction of capacity in specific fleets are available (see e.g. Guyader, et al., ). In this paper, we develop an analysis of the dynamics of selected European fishing fleets. Based on a general schematic of entry-stay-exit decisions, three case studies are presented. The empirical approach is based onFile Size: KB. SEPARATING RESOURCE RENTS FROM INTRA-MARGINAL RENTS IN FISHERIES' ECONOMIC SURVEY DATA. (). Bioeconomic Analysis of Fisheries, UK: Fishing News Books. (). Economic Performance of Selected European Fishing Fleets Concerted Action onAuthor: Louisa Coglan and Sean Pascoe.


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Economic performance of selected European fishing fleets in 1997-98 Download PDF EPUB FB2

On 22 April, the European Union, Norway and the Faroe Islands reached a coastal states agreement for the monitoring, control and surveillance (MSC) of shared pelagic stocks fisheries in the North-East Atlantic (mackerel, horse mackerel, blue whiting and herring).

Economic Performance of Selected European Fishing Fleets in Concerted action: Promotion of Common Methods for Economic Assessment of EU fisheries By Pavel Salz, Henning P. Jørgensen and Hans et al. Frost. Economic performance of the EU fishing fleet. THE GOOD NEWS. The economic performance of some small-scale coastal fleets continues to stagnate, while that for the large- scale fleet is improving.

6 5 4 3 2 1 0 2 80 60 40 20 0. Improvement Size: 2MB. Economie Performance of Selected European Fishing Fleets Annual Report December This study has been carried out with financial assistance from the European Commission.

This study does not reflect the views of the European Commission and in no way antici­ pates the Commission's future policy in this area. Despite the economic crisis and less fish being landed, economic performance has more than doubled over the last 5 years, from % net profit in to % in These are some of the main findings of the annual economic report on the EU fishing fleet.

/ (online) - Inthe EU fishing fleet numbered 83 vessels with a combined gross tonnage (GT) of million tonnes and engine power of million kilowatts (kW). Based on data submitted by Member States under the EU Data Collection Framework (DCF), there were 65 active vessels inof which 75% were classed as small-scale coastal vessels, % as large-scale and.

It provides additional insight on recent trends in economic performance of the EU fleet and the potential drivers behind them, with upplementary analyses by main fishing region and type of fishing Author: Natacha Carvalho.

Europe Africa The Caribbean and South America Asia. Cost structures of selected fleet segments U. Tietze and R. Lasch. Components of operating and total costs. European coastal fishing vessels European offshore fishing vessels African small-scale fishing vessels African medium-/large-scale fishing vessels.

JRC Scientifi c and Technical Reports The Annual Economic Report on the European Fishing Fleet Report EUR EN Edited by John Anderson & Jordi Guillen. The Annual Economic Report (AER) of the EU fishing fleet is the most recent compilation of statistics on the economic performance of EU member states (MS) fishing fleets.

The economic data. Economic performance of the EU fishing fleet. Title: Economic performance of the EU fishing fleet. File: In order to quickly direct the available European public funds to address the consequences of the coronavirus crisis, under Article of the ESIF Regulation, the Commission.

The EU fishing fleet trends and economic results This paper summarises the key findings of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) ‘ Annual Economic Report on the EU Fishing Fleet’, and provides additional insight on trends in economic performance and the potential drivers of such trends.

Europe Direct is a service to help you find answers ‘ Annual Economic Report on the EU Fishing Fleet’ prepared by the EU Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) and associated Expert Groups. Main drivers behind trends in economic performance of the EU fishing fleet File Size: 3MB.

environmental sustainability and sufficient economic resilience of the fisheries sector to face and survive adverse economic developments which are beyond its influence. OVERVIEW OF EU FISHERIES The fishing fleets of the EU produced in approximately mln tonnes of fish with an estimated value of bln Euro.

The Annual Economic Report on the EU Fishing Fleet (STECF) Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) Edited by John Anderson Natacha Carvalho Franca Contini Jarno Virtanen This report was reviewed by the STECF during its’ 40th plenary meeting held from 9 to 13 July in Copenhagen, Denmark EUR EN.

Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) – The Annual Economic Report on the EU Fishing Fleet (STECF). Publications Office of the Eur opean Union, Luxembourg, EUR EN, JRCpp. Printed in Italy. The Economic Performance of European Fishing Fleets By Krijn J.

Poppe, Hans van Oostenbrugge and Kees Taal No static citation data No static citation data Cite. The German fishing fleet can be divided into three main fleet segments i.e. the coastal fishery, the cutter deep-sea fishery and the large-scale trawler deep-sea fishery.

1 vessels are involved in coastal fishing in the Baltic and North Sea for groundfish, herring and flatfish. 1 of these boats are less than 12 m in length.

vessels. for Fisheries (STECF) ‘ Annual Economic Report on the EU Fishing Fleet’, and provides additional insight on trends in economic perfor - mance and the potential drivers of such trends.

It also includes supplementary analyses focus - ing on trends by main fishing region and type of fishing activity (small-scale coastal fleets. This paper provides additional insight on recent trends in economic performance of the EU fleet and the potential drivers behind them, with supplementary analyses by main fishing region and type of fishing activity.

The EU fishing fleet. DisplayLogo. Publications Office of the European Union. This section presents the overall results of the evolution of the EU fleet in terms of tonnage and fishing power.

Fig. 1 shows that tonnage was reduced by 10–15% in the – period, which represents aboutGrt. If the period is divided between – and –, a decrease of 19, Grt occurred during the first period andGrt during the second ().Cited by: " A Segment of the Irish Fishing Fleet " in Pavel Salz (ed.) Economic Performance of Selected European Fishing Fleets inEuropean Commission.

Cambridge Econometrics, Policy Studies.Greece has the most vessels with the national fleet hovering around 20 Italian and Spanish fishing boats are almost as numerous. But Greece registers 20% of the EU's boats and catches only 2% of its fish (*1) while the Danes for example, with only 4 boats or 4% of the EU fleet, haul in almost a quarter of Europe's catch.