I. International Fisheries Management: A Background Paper / H. Gary Knight History Issue Identification Positions and Interests on Fisheries in the Law of the Sea Negotitations Procedural Aspects of Developing Fishery Policy Conclusion II. Future Fisheries Technology and the Third Law of the Sea Conference Introduction A Short History of Fishing Methods Future Fishing Technology/Law of the Sea Implications General Conclusions: Fishing Technology The Future Impact of Aquaculture Flexibility is the Key III. Multinational Investment in Fisheries: Implications for International Agreements on Living Marine Resources / Robert H. Neuman Introduction Who Invests and Why Developed Country Investment Activity Possible Methods of Regulating the Flow of Multinational Funds Conclusion IV. Some Treaty Law Aspects of a Future International Fishing Convention / Douglas M. Johnston Introduction General Effect of the Vienna Convention on a future International Fishing Convention Some Regional Treaty Consequences of a Future International Fishing Convention V. Criteria for Maximum Economic Yield of an Internationally Exploited Fishery / Lee G. Anderson Introduction Summary of the Economic Aspects of National Fisheries Management Analysis of "MEY" of an Internationally Exploited Fishery Problems of Application of "MEY" Analysis Various Proposals Regardingthe Economic Rationale of Living Marine Resources Summary VI. Ends and Means: The Role of Enforcement Analysis in Internaltional Fisheries Regulation / Robert M. Goldberg Introduction The Elements of Enforcement Table of Values and Conclusion VII. Principles For a Global Management Regime Objectives Right of Management Entity Global Fisheries Monitoring Agency Rationale for Global Regime Goal of Management Regime Dispute, Avoidance and Settlement Actions Inconsistent with Global Fisheries Treaty Enforcement.
"Prepared for the Working Group on Living Marine Resources of the American Society of International Law."
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