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Economics in Commercial Fisheries
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K P Biswas
xi+420p., figs., tabls., bib., ind., 23 cm
First Reprint, 2013
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Weight :  672 gms
Binding :  Hard Bound
Height :  23 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2017
 

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ISBN: 9788170354307
Status: In Stock 
Price: Rs 1995.00  

No one can ignore the role of economics in any commercial activities. Commercial fisheries is no exception to this. Unlike other commercial activities the major architect of the fisheries activities, about twelve is to one, are poor socially backward fishermen forces to take up this profession as they have to survive. The study has revealed that the productivity, profitability and objective contribution to the national economy by fishery units of artisanal types, are on an average, as good as, or better than those of mechanized fishing and high-tech culture fisheries. There come the need for cost earning studies. The information on costs and earnings inorder to assess the techno-economic and socio-economic performance of different fishery/fishing systems whether in the artisanal or in the high-tech fisheries. In the book, therefore, concentration had been laid on the issues like profitability in fish production, marketing system of fish and fishery products, study of demand and utilization pattern, most effective use of the fishery technology and implementation of fishery policies. It also covered the crucial issues like management of finance, insurance, social problems of fishermen and impact of organizational set up in fishery.

Chapter 1: Economics

Chapter 2: Primary Production

Chapter 3: Structure of Production-Economic Aspects

Chapter 4: Profit and Loss
Chapter 5: Financing in Fisheries

Chapter 6: Market

Chapter 7: The Co-operatives

Chapter 8: Socio-Economic Condition of Fishermen

Chapter 9: Tasks of Fishery Administration

Dr. K. P. Biswas M.Sc., Ph.D, D. F.Sc (Bom), EF (West Germany), Former Joint Director Fisheries (L-I), Principal, Fisheries Training Institute, Government of Orissa, part time Lecturer in Fisheries College, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Manager Fisheries, Orissa Maritime and Chika Area Development Corporation, Bhubneswar, Director of Fisheries, Andaman and Nicobar Island, Visiting Professor, University of Fisheries and Animal Sciences, Govt. of West Bengal and at present as Visiting Professor of Marine Science Department. Calcutta University has been associated with fish and fishery science and its development for more than 48 years. He has specialized in electro fisheries, sea fishing, fish breeding, industrial fisheries and has published 140 research papers, review papers and articles on fish and fisheries besides publishing eight books in the field of fisheries.

   

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