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    • Disconnects in evaluating the relative effectiveness of conservation strategies 

      Saterson, KA; Christensen, NL; Jackson, RB; Kramer, RA; Pimm, SL; Smith, MD; Wiener, JB (Conservation Biology, 2004-06-01)
    • Disease Risk and Market Structure in Salmon Aquaculture 

      Fischer, C; Guttormsen, AG; Smith, MD (Water Economics and Policy, 2016-12)
    • Economic incentives to target species and fish size: Prices and fine-scale product attributes in Norwegian fisheries 

      Asche, F; Chen, Y; Smith, MD (ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2015-08-19)
      © International Council for the Exploration of the Sea 2014. All rights reserved.Improved fisheries management provides fishers with more opportunities to maximize harvest value by accounting for valuable attributes of the ...
    • Economics of coastal erosion and adaptation to sea level rise 

      Gopalakrishnan, S; Landry, CE; Smith, MD; Whitehead, JC (Annual Review of Resource Economics, 2016-10-05)
      This article provides a review and synthesis of geoeconomic models that are used to analyze coastal erosion management and shoreline change. We outline a generic framework for analyzing risk-mitigating and/or recreation-enhancing ...
    • Fair Enough? Food Security and the International Trade of Seafood 

      Asche, F; Bellemare, MF; Roheim, C; Smith, MD; Tveteras, S (World Development, 2015-03-01)
      © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.Does international trade make all parties better off? We study the relationship between food security and the international trade of fish and seafood between developing and developed countries. Specifically, ...
    • Management of an annual fishery in the presence of ecological stress: The case of shrimp and hypoxia 

      Huang, L; Smith, MD (Ecological Economics, 2011-02-15)
      The emergence of ecosystem-based management suggests that traditional fisheries management and protection of environmental quality are increasingly interrelated. Fishery managers, however, have limited control over most ...
    • Markets, Trade and Seafood 

      Smith, MD; Asche, F; Roheim, C (Encyclopedia of Natural Resources - Two-Volume Set (Print), 2014-07-23)
      This entry describes the growth in seafood production and trade and the main factors causing these developments. We then review the leading economic research on the international seafood trade and markets with a focus on ...
    • Measuring welfare losses from hypoxia: The case of North Carolina brown shrimp 

      Huang, L; Nichols, LAB; Craig, JK; Smith, MD (Marine Resource Economics, 2012-03-26)
      While environmental stressors such as hypoxia (low dissolved oxygen) are perceived as a threat to the productivity of coastal ecosystems, policy makers have little information about the economic consequences for fisheries. ...
    • Nonspatial and spatial models in bioeconomics 

      Conrad, JM; Smith, MD (Natural Resource Modeling, 2012-02-01)
      Beginning in the 1960s, ecologists, mathematicians, and economists started developing a class of models, which today are referred to as bioeconomic models. These early models started with a difference or differential equation ...
    • Open access in a spatially delineated artisanal fishery: The case of Minahasa, Indonesia 

      Liese, C; Smith, MD; Kramer, RA (Environment and Development Economics, 2007-02-01)
      The effects of economic development on the exploitation of renewable resources are investigated in settings where property rights are ill defined or not enforced. This paper explores potential conservation implications from ...
    • Pricing of eco-labels with retailer heterogeneity 

      Asche, F; Larsen, TA; Smith, MD; Sogn-Grundvåg, G; Young, JA (Food Policy, 2015-01-01)
      © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.Eco-labels are important features of many natural resource and food markets. They certify that a product has some desirable unobserved quality, typically related to a public good ...
    • Spatial-dynamics of hypoxia and fisheries: The case of Gulf of Mexico brown shrimp 

      Smith, MD; Asche, F; Bennear, LS; Oglend, A (Marine Resource Economics, 2014-01-01)
      © 2014 MRE foundation, Inc. All rights reserved.We analyze the Gulf of Mexico brown shrimp fishery and the potential impacts of a large seasonal area of hypoxia (low dissolved oxygen) that coincides with the peak shrimp ...
    • Spillovers in regional fisheries management: Do catch shares cause leakage? 

      Cunningham, S; Bennear, LS; Smith, MD (Land Economics, 2016-05-01)
      © 2016 by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System.Regional councils manage U.S. fisheries. Fishermen can participate in fisheries managed by multiple councils, and effort controls in one region could lead ...
    • Steering the global partnership for oceans 

      Abbott, J; Anderson, JL; Campling, L; Hannesson, R; Havice, E; Lozier, MS; Smith, MD; ... (8 authors) (Marine Resource Economics, 2014-01-01)
      The Global Partnership for Oceans (GPO) is an alliance of governments, private firms, international organizations, and civil society groups that aims to promote ocean health while contributing to human wellbeing. A Blue ...
    • The dynamic efficiency costs of common-pool resource exploitation 

      Huang, L; Smith, MD (American Economic Review, 2014-01-01)
      We conduct the first empirical investigation of common-pool resource users' dynamic and strategic behavior at the micro level using real-world data. Fishermen's strategies in a fully dynamic game account for latent resource ...
    • Trade intervention: Not a silver bullet to address environmental externalities in global aquaculture 

      Asche, F; Roheim, CA; Smith, MD (Marine Policy, 2016-07-01)
      © 2015 Elsevier LtdAquaculture has been the world's fastest growing food production technology in recent decades, and continued growth in aquaculture production is predicted. While creating economic opportunity, aquaculture ...
    • U.S. shrimp market integration 

      Asche, F; Bennear, LS; Oglend, A; Smith, MD (Marine Resource Economics, 2012-06-25)
      Recent supply shocks in the Gulf of Mexico-including hurricanes, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and the seasonal appearance of a large dead zone of low oxygen water (hypoxia)-have raised concerns about the economic viability ...