Mainstreaming fisheries in development and poverty reduction strategies on the Asia-Pacific region

This study carries out an assessment of the mainstreaming of fisheries into national development plans and Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs). Its main relevance to this study is the analysis of the importance of fisheries to economies in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Author(s): 
Thorpe, A. Reid, C. Funge Smith, S.
Source: 
Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy
Volume etc.: 
13, 4, 518-541
Year published: 
2008

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