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The Politics of Applying International Law in Regional Fisheries Management Regimes

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This section of the book Law and Politics in Ocean Governance: The UN Fish Stocks Agreement and Regional Fisheries Management Regimes contains a list of reference books and material. Regional fisheries management regimes are international institutions established by states, identifying common gains in working together to overcome collective-action problems related to the management of regional fisheries. Regional fisheries management regimes may be established as formal organizations with personnel, infrastructure, budgets and legal personality by a constituting agreement between the parties.

Keywords: International Law; regional fisheries management regime; UN Fish Stocks Agreement



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