Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management

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Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management. / Degnbol, P.; Gislason, Henrik; Hanna, S.; Jentoft, S.; Raakjær Nielsen, J.; Sverdrup-Jensen, S.; Wilson, D.C.

In: Marine Policy, Vol. 30, No. 5, 2006, p. 534-543.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2006

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Degnbol, P, Gislason, H, Hanna, S, Jentoft, S, Raakjær Nielsen, J, Sverdrup-Jensen, S & Wilson, DC 2006, 'Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management' Marine Policy, vol 30, no. 5, pp. 534-543., 10.1016/j.marpol.2005.07.002

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Degnbol, P., Gislason, H., Hanna, S., Jentoft, S., Raakjær Nielsen, J., Sverdrup-Jensen, S., & Wilson, D. C. (2006). Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management. Marine Policy, 30(5), 534-543. 10.1016/j.marpol.2005.07.002

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Degnbol P, Gislason H, Hanna S, Jentoft S, Raakjær Nielsen J, Sverdrup-Jensen S, Wilson DC. 2006. Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management. Marine Policy. 30(5):534-543. Available from: 10.1016/j.marpol.2005.07.002

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Degnbol P, Gislason H, Hanna S, Jentoft S, Raakjær Nielsen J, Sverdrup-Jensen S et al. Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management. Marine Policy. 2006;30(5):534-543. Available from: 10.1016/j.marpol.2005.07.002

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Degnbol, P.; Gislason, Henrik; Hanna, S.; Jentoft, S.; Raakjær Nielsen, J.; Sverdrup-Jensen, S.; Wilson, D.C. / Painting the floor with a hammer: Technical fixes in fisheries management.

In: Marine Policy, Vol. 30, No. 5, 2006, p. 534-543.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2006

Bibtex

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RIS

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A1 - Sverdrup-Jensen,S.

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AU - Degnbol,P.

AU - Gislason,Henrik

AU - Hanna,S.

AU - Jentoft,S.

AU - Raakjær Nielsen,J.

AU - Sverdrup-Jensen,S.

AU - Wilson,D.C.

PB - Pergamon

PY - 2006

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N2 - Fisheries management benefits from the contribution of several academic disciplines, each with their own perspectives, concerns and solutions. In this essay we argue that the contribution of biology, economics, sociology and other relevant disciplines to fisheries would be improved if they originated from broader, more integrated analytical perspectives that are attuned to the empirical realities of fisheries management. Today, disciplinary boundaries narrow the perspectives of fisheries management, creating tunnel vision and standardized technical fixes to complex and diverse management problems. Having worked separately and together for a number of years in fisheries research and consultancy in many parts of the world we, as a group of biologists, economists and sociologists, feel that the time to rid ourselves from disciplinary dogmatism is long overdue. We claim that improvements in fisheries management will be realized not through the promotion of technical fixes but instead by embracing and responding to the complexity of the management problem.

AB - Fisheries management benefits from the contribution of several academic disciplines, each with their own perspectives, concerns and solutions. In this essay we argue that the contribution of biology, economics, sociology and other relevant disciplines to fisheries would be improved if they originated from broader, more integrated analytical perspectives that are attuned to the empirical realities of fisheries management. Today, disciplinary boundaries narrow the perspectives of fisheries management, creating tunnel vision and standardized technical fixes to complex and diverse management problems. Having worked separately and together for a number of years in fisheries research and consultancy in many parts of the world we, as a group of biologists, economists and sociologists, feel that the time to rid ourselves from disciplinary dogmatism is long overdue. We claim that improvements in fisheries management will be realized not through the promotion of technical fixes but instead by embracing and responding to the complexity of the management problem.

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U2 - 10.1016/j.marpol.2005.07.002

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JO - Marine Policy

JF - Marine Policy

SN - 0308-597X

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