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A Short History of the Namibian Hake Fishery—a Social-Ecological Analysis Ecology and Society
Paterson, Barbara; Marine Research Institute (Ma-Re), Zoology Department, University of Cape Town, South Africa;; Kirchner, Carola; National Marine Information and Research Centre (NatMirc), Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Namibia; University of Cape Town, Graduate School of Business, South Africa;; Ommer, Rosemary E.; University of Victoria;
As a legacy of Namibia’s colonial past, the country inherited severely depleted fish resources at the time of independence. Today, Namibia’s fisheries are almost exclusively industrial. The hake fishery is the country’s most important fishery, which was restructured from a pre-independence foreign fishery into one that is characterized by locally based, vertically integrated fishing and processing companies. It is widely believed that Namibia has successfully combined the neoliberal economics that have been characteristic of the development narratives since the 1980s with welfarist goals for poverty reduction. However, there are strong indications that the fish stocks are declining, while the high economic expectations for the...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Distant water fleets; Fisheries; Hake; Merlucius capensis; Merluccius paradoxus; Namibia; Namibianisation; Northern Benguela; South West Africa; Sustainable fisheries development.
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