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IPADS 国際水産:科学と経済 (IPADS Global Fisheries: Science and Economics)

IPADS 国際水産:科学と経済 (IPADS Global Fisheries: Science and Economics)
Basic knowledge on fishery economics will be reviewed through lectures using various academic papers. The following topics will be covered:

1) The state of fisheries
2) Fisheries biology and stock assessment
3) Economics of overfishing
4) Right-based fishery management
5) Small-scale fishery
6) Seafood consumption and health
7) Eco-labels
8) Fishbanks
9) Japanese fishery law
10) Game theory & Shared-stock management
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IPADS 国際水産:科学と経済 (IPADS Global Fisheries: Science and Economics)
阪井 裕太郎
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Intensive 2-day online lecture via Zoom on Jan.12th and 13th, 2021. The specific schedule and lecturers are as follows: 1/12, Tuesday 10:25-12:10 Dr. Sakai(Economics of overfishing, Right-based management) 13:00-14:45 Dr. Wakamatsu(Ecolabel, Health, and seafood consumption) 14:55-16:40 Dr. Iwata(State of world fishery, Stock assessment) 16:50-18:35 Dr. Suzuki(Japanese fishery law, case sutdies in Japan and Norway) 1/13, Wednesday 10:25-12:10 Dr. Tokunaga(Game theory & Shared-stock management) 13:00-14:45 Dr. Ishihara(Small-scale fishery, FishBank) 14:55-16:40 Dr. Ishihara(Small-scale fishery, FishBank) ******** IMPORTANT NOTICE *************************************************************************************************** (1) By the midnight of the day **before** each class day, students are required to submit a 1-2 page memo via email to "*****". The memo should be written in **English**, and it should include two things: 1) summary (topic, data, method, finding etc) of each of the three papers below , and 2) your comments on and questions about these papers . You will be asked to present your thoughts about these papers in class. These two memos together amount to 40% of the grade. Three papers for the first memo (due 11:59 pm on Jan.11): 1) Yagi, N., Clark, M. L., Anderson, L. G., Arnason, R., & Metzner, R. (2012). Applicability of Individual Transferable Quotas (ITQs) in Japanese fisheries: A comparison of rights-based fisheries management in Iceland, Japan, and United States. Marine Policy, 36(1), 241-245. 2) Uchida, H., Roheim, C. A., Wakamatsu, H., & Anderson, C. M. (2014). Do Japanese consumers care about sustainable fisheries? Evidence from an auction of ecolabelled seafood. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 58(2), 263-280. 3) Kroodsma, D. A., Mayorga, J., Hochberg, T., Miller, N. A., Boerder, K., Ferretti, F., ... & Woods, P. (2018). Tracking the global footprint of fisheries. Science, 359(6378), 904-908. Three papers for the second memo (due 11:59 pm on Jan. 12): 1) Hannesson R (2018) Shared stocks, game theory and the zonal attachment principle. Fisheries Research, 203:6–11. 2) Feeny, D., Berkes, F., McCay, B. J., & Acheson, J. M. (1990). The tragedy of the commons: twenty-two years later. Human ecology, 18(1), 1-19. 3) Hilborn, R. (2007). Defining success in fisheries and conflicts in objectives. Marine Policy, 31(2), 153-158. (2) Please watch the following video before the second day. https://mitsloan.mit.edu/***** **************************************************************************************************************************************
授業の方法
Lecture and group discussion.
成績評価方法
Two short memos (40%) Class participation (30%) Report (30%) A report subject will be announced in the class. Class participation is evaluated by class attendance and proactive participation for the discussion.
教科書
To be announced
参考書
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履修上の注意
English is the primary language used in the lectures and discussions. More specifically, the lecture is given in English, with some supplemental remarks in Japanese if necessary.
その他
The lecture will be organized by Yutaro Sakai. Invited lecturers are: Dr. Wakamatsu (National Research Institute of Fisheries Science), Dr. Iwata (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology), Dr. Suzuki (The University of Tokyo), Dr. Tokunaga (Gulf of Maine Research Institute), and Dr. Ishihara (The University of Tokyo).