EU-FP6 Funded Marine Project Reports


Comparative Evaluations of Innovative Solutions in European fisheries management

Status: Completed (October 2008)
Coordinator:  Institute for Fisheries Management and Coastal Community Development - IFM - Aalborg University

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​CEVIS took a multi-disciplinary approach to assessing potential innovations for EU fishery management regimes with respect to four general management objectives:


  • Biological robustness
  • Economic efficiency
  • The cost-effectiveness of management activities
  • Social robustness, understood as both the legal conformity and general acceptability of the innovations


The project focused on global case-studies exemplifying four management systems that were receiving the most attention in current discussions: participatory approaches to fisheries governance, rights-based regimes, effort-control regimes, decision-rule systems.

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