ISSN: 1410-7694 STP’s Journal (TECHNOLOGY AND APPLIED RESEARCH) Second Volume in 2011

 

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT BASED ON FISHERIES RESOURCES UTILIZATION QUOTA SYSTEM IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIA

Ledhyane Ika Harlyan Lecturer of Fisheries and Marine Resource Utilization Department – Universitas Brawijaya (ledhyane@ub.ac.id)

ABSTRACT fishery condition which tends to open-access and the high of tension from human population growth would cause of over-exploitation of limit fishery resources. This makes distortion in developing a system of property rights to manage access and sustainable fisheries business. In fact, the countries in Southeast Asia is trying to prevent the excess catch (over-fishing) by following a pre-planned zone of exclusive rights (pre-planning of exclusive rights zone) related to restrictions on fishing catch areas. In this study is covered a fisheries management system based on fishing rights, namely: Individual Transferable Quotas (ITQs) -right for utilize fish every year with allocate the Total Allowable Catch (TAC) / the allowable catch- into several sections. This study was conducted using four characteristics of a fishery management system

Based on resource ownership, those are: security, exclusivity, permanent, transferability – which were taken to analyze the ability of ITQs in solving the exploitation of fish resources in the countries of Southeast Asia. The study concluded that the operation of the ITQs system is not running optimally enforce in Southeast Asia. Keywords: ITQ, Southeast Asia, quota, TAC

 

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