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Stokes, R.L. English, H.E. Scott, A.

The economic future of Alaska groundfish under extended jurisdiction Renewable resources in the Pacific - Ottawa (Canadá) 1982 - p. 137-143 - IDRC (Canadá) no. 181e .

Sum. (En, Fr)

The grounfish resources of Alaska make a significant contribution to U.S. and world economic well-being. However, they are not likely to be the basis for an economically viable U.S. fishing industry, at least in the near or intermediate future. Fortunately, the capture of economic value from a natural resource does not necessarily require extensive participation by the owner (national or individual) in the extraction. At present, U.S. policy makers have to decide the most effective way of ensuring adequate compensation for access to the resource