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The management of fishing resources in Europe: between conflicts and agreements.

Abstract : The management of fishing resources in Europe: between conflicts and agreements. Abstract After being long regarded as free goods, fishing resources in European waters are now the object of specific managing devices aiming to the durability of the resources and economic activities depending on them. The following article tends to show that the management modes of these resources are the targets of several critics, even conflicts, between groups of stakeholders, which do not share the same idea of common good. In this regard, the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) may be contemplated as a policy of compromise between sometimes-irreducible positions or proposals. The median position embodied by the CFP is nonetheless not always sufficient for the conflicts to get solved between the main stakeholders concerned, as the file related to high seas deep-water fisheries shows. The management of fishing resources in Europe: between conflicts and agreements.
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Gilles Lazuech. The management of fishing resources in Europe: between conflicts and agreements.. OCEANEXT, Jun 2016, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-02002243⟩

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