Marine Resource Economics

(The median citation count of Marine Resource Economics is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Attribute Non-attendance as an Information Processing Strategy in Stated Preference Choice Experiments: Origins, Current Practices, and Future Directions30
Hedonic Price Analysis of Ex-Vessel Cod Markets in Norway26
Consumer Preference Heterogeneity and Preference Segmentation: The Case of Ecolabeled Salmon in Danish Retail Sales25
Determinants of China’s Seafood Trade Patterns17
Perceived Risk and Risk Management Strategies in Pond Aquaculture17
Accounting for Attribute Non-attendance (ANA) in Chinese Consumers’ Away-from-Home Sustainable Salmon Consumption14
Salmon Stock Market Prices Revealing Salmon Price Information13
Fishing or Aquaculture? Chinese Consumers’ Stated Preference for the Growing Environment of Salmon through a Choice Experiment and the Consequentiality Effect13
Resource Rent and its Distribution in Iceland’s Fisheries12
The Impact of Transferable Fishing Quotas on Cost, Price, and Season Length12
Global Seafood Demand Growth Differences across Regions, Income Levels, and Time9
Implications of Disease in Shrimp Aquaculture for Wild-Caught Shrimp9
Incorporating Certainty and Attribute Non-attendance in Choice Experiments: An Application to Valuation of Coastal Habitat9
Market Opportunities for US Aquaculture Producers: The Case of Branzino8
Market Integration between Cultured and Captured Species in Developing Countries: Lessons from Inland Areas in Bangladesh8
Using Markets to Control Invasive Species: Lionfish in the US Virgin Islands7
In Pursuit of the Three Pillars of Sustainability in Fisheries: A Faroese Case Study7
Coasean Approaches to Address Overfishing: Bigeye Tuna Conservation in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean6
Economics of Marine Resources in the Global South—Meeting the Challenge of Agenda 20306
Attribute Non-attendance in Choice Experiments of Marine Ecosystem Goods and Services: Special Issue Introduction6
Discrete Choice Modeling of Fishers’ Landing Locations6
Hedonic Price Functions and Market Structure: An Analysis of Supply-Motivated Submarkets for Salmon in California6
Accounting for Fleet Heterogeneity in Estimating the Impacts of Large-Scale Fishery Closures6
Attribute Non-attendance in Environmental Discrete Choice Experiments: The Impact of Including an Employment Attribute6
Managing a Natural Asset That Is Both a Value and a Nuisance: Competition versus Cooperation for the Barents Sea Red King Crab6
A Safer Catch? The Role of Fisheries Management in Fishing Safety6
Oyster Economics: Simulated Costs, Market Returns, and Nonmarket Ecosystem Benefits of Harvested and Nonharvested Reefs, Off-Bottom Aquaculture, and Living Shorelines5
Fishery Collapse Revisited5
Is There a Potential US Market for Seaweed-Based Products? A Framed Field Experiment on Consumer Acceptance5
Influence of Price Variability and Financial Ratios on Business Failure in the Atlantic Salmon Industry5
MPAs and Aspatial Policies in Artisanal Fisheries5
Are US Wild Salmon Products Affected by Farmed Salmon? A Cointegration Analysis4
Fond of Fish? Count Data Analysis of Seafood Consumption in France4
Local Fisheries and Thriving Harbors: Is There a Value for the Tourism Sector?4
The Way the Wind Blows: Tracing Out the Demand for Norwegian Lobster Using Instrumental Variables4
Farmers Markets and Seafood: Where Is It Feasible?4
Estimation of Commercial Fishing Trip Costs Using Sea Sampling Data3
The Option Price of Recreational Bag Limits and the Value of Harvest3
Should Fishing Quotas Be Measured in Terms of Numbers?3
A Disaggregated Analysis of Fish Demand in Myanmar3
The Political Economy of Salmon Aquaculture: Value Sharing and Societal Support for Aquaculture in Norway3
Subsidies, Temporary Laying-Up, and Efficiency in a Coastal Commercial Fishery2
Accounting for Attribute Non-attendance in Three Previously Published Choice Studies of Coastal Resources2
Onsite Characteristics and Diversity Avoidance in Marine Recreational Fishing Demand2
Transition Patterns of Fishermen and Land Farmers into Small-Scale Seaweed Aquaculture: The Role of Risk and Time Preferences2
The Day-to-Day Supply Responses of a Limited-Entry Mixed Fishery2
Machine Learning Approaches for Predicting Willingness to Pay for Shrimp Insurance in Vietnam2
Optimal Allocation of Anchovy Stocks as Baitfish for Tuna and as Food for Local Communities in Developing Coastal Countries2
The Impact of Marine Litter on Production Risk and Technical Efficiency in the Trawl Fisheries of Vietnam2
Subsidies—Help or Hurt? A Study from Vietnamese Fisheries2
Regrouping to Reduce Overfishing: Evidence from a Series of Lab-in-the-Field Experiments in Mexico2
Economic Impacts of Ocean Acidification: A Meta-Analysis1
Endogenous versus Exogenous Natural Mortality and Weight in Bioeconomic Models1
How Do Investors Value Firms’ Decisions on Obtaining an Eco-label? Evidence from the Fishing Industry1
Drivers of Access Right Sales: The Role of Resource Volatility and Individual Shocks in the Alaska Salmon Fishery1
Improving Utilization of the Queen Conch (Aliger gigas) Resource in Colombia1
A Bioeconomic Local General Equilibrium Assessment of Distributional Consequences of Small-Scale Fisheries Reform in Developing Countries1
Economic Valuation for Coastal Water Infrastructure Planning: Analysis of the Housing Market and Nutrient Pollution in Suffolk County, NY1
Understanding Fisher Behavior: The Case of Snapper Fishers in Indonesia1
Comparing Pollution Where You Live and Play: A Hedonic Analysis of Enterococcus in the Long Island Sound1
Prospects for Small-Scale Aquaculture in Chile: User Rights and Locations1
Do Catch Shares Increase Prices? Evidence from US Fisheries1
Impacts of Conditional Cash Transfers on Fish Consumption: Evidence from Tanzania1
Harmful Algal Blooms and Toxic Air: The Economic Value of Improved Forecasts1
Improving Fisheries Management in Developing Countries1