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  • 1. Dankel, Dorothy
    et al.
    Haraldsson, Gunnar
    Heldbo, Jesper
    Hoydal, Kjartan
    Lassen, Hans
    Siegstad, Helle
    Schou, Mogens
    Sverdrup-Jensen, Sten
    Waldo, Staffan
    Ørebech, Peter
    Allocation of Fishing Rights in the NEA: Discussion paper2015Book (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This discussion paper aims to initiate an informed debate in the Nordic countries and elsewhere on how to allocate the trans-boundary fish stocks in the North East Atlantic in the future and how to resolve possible allocation conflicts. The paper maps the current legal framework and international fisheries agreements in the North East Atlantic Ocean which forms the basis for allocation agreements. It considers the relevance of the biological status of the fish stocks and the economic situation of the coastal states in the area for the allocation of fishing rights and further proposes a dynamic allocation methodology and a decision making process including the handling of allocation conflicts. The paper is compiled by an inter-disciplinary Nordic group of fisheries experts.

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  • 2. Ogmundsson, Hilmar
    Workshop om fiskeriafgifter i Vestnorden: 18-19. oktober 2016, Reykjavik, Island2018Report (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
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    De vestnordiske fiskeriforvaltninger står overfor og gennemgår aktuelt store og gennemgribende revisioner af landenes fiskerilove og -forvaltning. Spørgsmålene, som revisionerne omfatter, er økonomisk tung og politisk sensitive, hvilket gør, at forvaltningerne står over for krav om at levere de forvaltningsmæssigt rigtige løsninger. Formålet med at opkræve afgifter fra fiskeriet er at sikre en optimal udnyttelse af fiskeressourcerne. Denne rapport er fra en Vestnordisk workshop II, gennemført med midler fra Nordisk Ministerråds fiskerisamarbejde. Rapporten beskriver workshoppens debat om, hvorledes renten i fiskeriet skal beregnes; Hvor stor ressourcerenteafgift opkræves i de forskellige lande?; Hvad har ændret sig i landenes måde at beregne og opkræve fiskeriafgifter på?; Hvordan skal ressourcerenten fastsættes i praksis og hvordan kan man beregne et maksimalt afgiftstryk fra fiskeriet.

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