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Unloading fish as part of the daily arrival of fishing boats on Lake Victoria near Entebbe, Uganda;
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From drain to gain in
capture fisheries rents
A synthesis study
Gordon R. Munro
Department of Economics and Fisheries Centre
University of British Columbia, Canada
Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources (CEMARE)
University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Rome, 2010
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Preparation of this document
This document presents a synthesis of case studies undertaken to assess resource
rent losses in the world’s marine capture fisheries. The synthesis covers both studies
undertaken within the World Bank and FAO Rent Drain Project as well as other
case studies. The document also contains a summary of the key findings of the
World Bank and FAO study
The Sunken Billions: The Economic Justification for
Fisheries Reform
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