|Author (Person)||Bjørndal, Trond, Munro, Gordon R.|
|Author (Corporate)||NHH Centre for Applied Research|
|Publisher||Centre for Applied Research at NHH|
|Series Title||SNF Working Papers, UKiCE Reports|
|Series Details||03/20, Number 3|
|Content Type||Research Paper|
The North Sea is a very productive fishing area of great importance to surrounding coastal states Norway, the UK, Sweden, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Denmark and Belgium, with an average total harvest in recent years of slightly more than 1.8 million tonnes.
This report explains why the cooperative management of the six shared North Sea fish stocks has been so stable to date and considers what lessons this success holds for the world at large. The report also speculates on the post Brexit management of these resources. The lessons learned from cooperative management over 40 years may well have an impact also on future cooperation between Norway, the UK and the EU27.
|Subject Categories||Business and Industry, Environment|
|Subject Tags||Brexit, Fisheries | Aquaculture|
|Countries / Regions||Norway, United Kingdom|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|