Game Theory and Fisheries literature

Upadated  February 2015

  1. Abbott Joshua K., Wilen James E., 2009. Regulation of fisheries bycatch with common-pool output quotas. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 57, 195-204.
  2. Acheson, J.M. and R.J. Gardner. 2004. Strategies, Conflict, and the Emergence of Territoriality: The Case of the Maine Lobster Industry. American Anthropologist 106, 296-307.
  3. Amir, R. and N. Nannerup. 2006. Information Structure and the Tragedy of the Commons in Resource Extraction. Journal of Bioeconomics 8, 147-165.
  4. Apesteguia, J. 2006. Does information matter in the commons?: Experimental evidence. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 60, 55-69.
  5. Armstrong, C.W. 1999. Sharing a Fish Resource–Bioeconomic Analysis of An Applied Allocation Rule. Environmental and Resource Economics 13, 75-94.
  6. Armstrong, C.W. and U.R. Sumaila. 2000. Cannibalism and the Optimal Sharing of the North-East Atlantic Cod Stock: a Bioeconomic Model. Journal of Bioeconomics 2, 99-115.
  7. Armstrong, C. and U. Sumaila. 2001. Optimal Allocation of TAC and the Implications of Implementing an ITQ Management System for the North-East Arctic Cod. Land Economics 77, 350-359.
  8. Arnason, R., G. Magnusson and S. Agnarsson. 2000. The Norwegian Spring-Spawning Herring Fishery: A Stylized Game Model. Marine Resource Economics 15, 293-319.
  9. Bailey, M., U.R. Sumaila & M. Lindroos 2010. Application of game theory to fisheries over three decades. Fisheries Research 102, 1-8.
  10. Bailey, M., U.R. Sumaila and S.J.D. Martell. 2013. Can Cooperative Management of Tuna Fisheries in the Western Pacific Solve the Growth Overfishing Problem? Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3, 31-66.
  11. Benchekroun, H. and N. Van Long. 2002. Transboundary Fishery: A Differential Game Model. Economica 69, 207-221.
  12. Benhabib, J. and R. Radner. 1992. The joint exploitation of a productive asset: a game-theoretic approach. Economic Theory 2, 155-190.
  13. Bischi, G.I., M. Kopel and F. Szidarovszky. 2005. Expectation-Stock Dynamics in Multi-Agent Fisheries. Annals of Operations Research 137, 299-329.
  14. Bjørndal, T., V. Kaitala, M. Lindroos and G.R. Munro. 2000. The management of high seas fisheries. Annals of Operations Research 94, 183-196.
  15. Bjørndal, T. and M. Lindroos. 2004. International Management of North-Sea Herring. Environmental and Resource Economics 29, 83-96.
  16. Bjørndal, T. and M. Lindroos. 2012. Cooperative and Non-Cooperative Management of the Northeast Atlantic Cod Fishery. Journal of Bioeconomics 14, 41-60.
  17. Bjørndal, T. and M. Lindroos. 2014. Non-cooperative management of the northeast atlantic cod fishery: a first mover advantage. Natural Resource Modeling 27, 396-410.
  18. Brandt, U.S. and L. G. Kronbak. 2010. On the stability of fishery agreements under exogenous change: An example of agreements under climate change. Fisheries Research 101, 11-19.
  19. Brasao, A., C.C. Duarte and M. A. Cunha-e-Sa . Managing the northern atlantic bluefin tuna fisheries: the stability of the UN fish stock agreement solution. Marine Resource Economics 15, 341-360.
  20. Breton, M. and M. Keoula. 2012. Farsightedness in a Coalitional Great Fish War. Environmental and Resource Economics 51, 297-315
  21. Breton, M. and M. Keoula. 2014. A great fish war model with asymmetric players. Ecological Economics 97, 209–223.
  22. Brooks, R., M. Murray, S. Salant and J.C. Weise. 1999. When Is the Standard Analysis of Common Property Extraction Under Free Access Correct? A Game-Theoretic Justification for Non-Game-Theoretic Analyses. Journal of Political Economy 107, 843.
  23. Burton, P.S. 2003. Community enforcement of fisheries effort restriction. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 45, 474-491.
  24. Camargo, S.A.F. and M. Petrere Jr. 2004. Risk analysis applied to the precautionary management of artisanal fisheries in the region of Tucuru reservoir (Par, Brazil). Acta Amazonica 34, 473-485.
  25. Caputo, M. and D. Lueck. 2003. Natural resource exploitation under common property rights. Natural Resource Modeling 16, 39-67.
  26. Cardenas, J.C. and E. Ostrom. 2004. What do people bring into the game? Experiments in the field about cooperation in the commons. Agricultural Systems 82, 307-326.
  27. Cave, J. 1987. The Cold Fish War: Long-Term Competition in a Dynamic Game. Rand J.Econ 18, 596-619.
  28. Chiarella, C., M.C. Kemp, N.V. Long and K. Okuguchi. 1984. On the Economics of International Fisheries. International Economic Review 25, 85-92.
  29. Christensen, S. and H. Lassen. 1996. Optimal Management of the Iceland-Greenland Transboundary Cod Stock. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 19, 21–29.
  30. Clark, C.W. 1980. Restricted access to common-property fishery resources: A game theoretic analysis. In P.Liu (Ed.), Dynamic Optimization and Mathematical Economics New York: Plenum Press. 117-132.
  31. Clarke, F.H.and G.R. Munro. 1987. Coastal states, distant water fishing nations and extended jursdiction: A principal-agent analysis. Natural Resource Modeling 2, 81-107.
  32. Clarke, F.H.and G.R. Munro. 1991. Coastal states and distant water fishing nations: conflicting views of the future. Natural Resource Modeling 5, 345-369.
  33. Clemhout, S. and H. Wan. 1985. Dynamic common property resources and environmental problems. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 46, 471-481.
  34. Colman, A.M. 2006. Thomas C. Schelling's psychological decision theory: Introduction to a special issue. Journal of Economic Psychology 27, 603-608.
  35. Conceição-Heldt, E. 2004. The Common Fisheries Policy in the European Union: A Study in Integrative and Distributive Bargaining. PhD thesis.
  36. Conceição-Heldt, E. 2006. Taking Actors' Preferences and the Institutional Setting Seriously: the EU Common Fisheries Policy. Journal of Public Policy 26, 279-299.
  37. Crespi, B. 2006. Cooperation: close friends and common enemies. Current Biology : CB 16, R414-5.
  38. Datta, M. and L. Mirman. 1999. Externalities, Market power and Resource Extraction. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 37, 233-255.
  39. Davenport, W.H. 1960. Jamaican Fishing: A Game Theory Analysis. Yale University Publications in Anthropology 59.
  40. Diekert, F.K., Hjermann, D. Ø., Nævdal, E. and Stenseth, N.C. 2010. Non-cooperative exploitation of multi-cohort fisheries—The role of gear selectivity in the North-East Arctic cod fishery. Resource and Energy Economics 32, 78-92.
  41. Dockner, E., G. Feichtinger and A. Mehlmann. 1989. Noncooperative Solutions for a Differential Game Model of Fishery. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 13, 1-20.
  42. Dockner, E. and V. Kaitala. 1989. On Efficient  Equilibrium Solutions in Dynamic Games of Resource Management", Resources and Energy 11, 23-34.
  43. Domínguez-Torreiro, M. and J.C. Surís-Regueiro. 2007. Cooperation and non-cooperation in the Ibero-atlantic sardine shared stock fishery. Fisheries Research 83, 1-10.
  44. Duarte, C.C., A. Brasao and P. Pintassilgo. 2000. Management of the Northern Atlantic bluefin tuna: an application of c-games. Marine Resource Economics 15. 21-36.
  45. Dutta, P.K. and R.K. Sundaram. 1992. How Different Can Strategic Models Be? Journal of Economic Theory 60, 41-61.
  46. Dutta, P.K. and R.K. Sundaram. 1993. The tragedy of the commons? Economic Theory 3, 413-426.
  47. Dwyer, P.D. and M. Minnegal. 2006. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Risk, Uncertainty and Decision-Making by Victorian Fishers. Journal of Political Ecology 13, 1.
  48. Ehtamo, H. and R.P. Hämäläinen. 1995. Credibility of linear equilibrium strategies in a discrete time fishery management game. Group Decision and Negotiation 4, 27-37.
  49. Ehtamo, H., M. Kitti and R.P. Hamalainen. 2002. Recent Studies on Incentive Design Problems in Game Theory and Management Science. Optimal Control and Differential Games, Essays in Honor of Steffen Jørgensen 5, 121–134.
  50. Ekerhovd N.A. (2008) The Effects of Different Strategic Variables in Noncooperative Fisheries Games. Natural Resource Modeling, 21,:582–606.
  51. Ekerhovd N.A. (2010) The stability and resilience of management agreements on climatesensitive straddling fishery resources: The blue whiting coastal state agreement. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67, 534–552.
  52. Ekerhovd N.A. (2013). Climate Change and the Benefits of Cooperation in Harvesting North-East Arctic Cod. Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3, 7-30.
  53. Ellefsen, H. (2013). The Stability of Fishing Agreeements with Entry: The Northeast Atlantic Mackerel. Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3, 67-95.
  54. Ellis, C. 2001. Common Pool Equities: An Arbitrage Based Non-cooperative Solution to the Common Pool Resource Problem. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 42, 140-155.
  55. Faysse, N. 2005. Coping with the Tragedy of the Commons: Game Structure and Design of Rules. Journal of Economic Surveys 19, 239-261.
  56. Feeny, D., S. Hanna and A.F. McEvoy. 1996. Questioning the Assumptions of the" Tragedy of the Commons" Model of Fisheries. Land Economics 72, 187-205.
  57. Ferrara, I. and P.C. Missios. 1996. Transboundary renewable resource management: a dynamic game with differing noncooperative payoffs. Marine Resource Economics 7, 239-245.
  58. Fischer, R.D. and L.J. Mirman. 1992. Strategic dynamic interaction: fish wars. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 16, 267-287.
  59. Fischer, R. and L. Mirman. 1996. The Compleat Fish Wars: Biological and Dynamic Interactions. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 30, 34-42.
  60. Fischer, T. 1981. An Hierarchical Game Approach to Fishery Resource Management. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics 11, 216-222.
  61. Fletcher, J.A. 2006. Evolutionary Game Theory, Natural Selection, and Darwinian Dynamics. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 13, 157-159.
  62. Gallastegui, M.G., E. Inarra and R. Prellezo. 2002. Bankruptcy of fishing resources: the Northern European anglerfish fishery. Marine Resource Economics 17, 291-307.
  63. Gezelius, S. 2007. Can Norms Account for Strategic Action? Information Management in Fishing as a Game of Legitimate Strategy. Sociology 41, 201.
  64. Grant, W. and P. Thompson. 1997. Integrated ecological models: simulation of socio-cultural constraints on ecological dynamics. Ecological Modelling 100, 43-59.
  65. Hannesson, R. 2006. Individual Rationality and the “Zonal Attachment” Principle: Three Stock Migration Models. Environmental and Resource Economics 34, 229-245.
  66. Hannesson, R. 1994. Optimum Fishing Capacity and International Transfer of Excess Allowable Catches. Land Economics 70, 330-344.
  67. Hannesson, R. 1995. Fishing on the high seas-Cooperation or competition? Marine Policy 19, 371-377.
  68. Hannesson, R. 1995. Sequential fishing: cooperative and non-cooperative equilibria. Natural Resource Modeling 9, 51-59.
  69. Hannesson, R. 1997. Fishing as a Supergame. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 32, 309-322.
  70. Hannesson, R. 2006. Sharing the Northeast Arctic Cod: Possible Effects of Climate Change. Natural Resource Modeling 19, 633-654.
  71. Hannesson, R. 2007. Cheating about the Cod. Marine Policy 31, 698-705.
  72. Hannesson, R. 2008. Cooperative Equilibria in Fisheries Games: How Many Players? Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences 1, 61-76.
  73. Hannesson, R. 2011. Game Theory and Fisheries. Annual Review of Resource Economics 3, 181-202.
  74. Hannesson, R. 2013. Sharing a Migratory Fish Stock. Marine Resource Economics 28, 1-17.
  75. Haurie, A., J.B. Krawczyk and M. Roche. 1994. Monitoring cooperative equilibria in a stochastic differential game. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 81, 73-95.
  76. Hoffmann, J. and M. F. Quaas. 2014. Common Pool Politics and Inefficient Fishery Management. Environmental and Resource Economics
  77. Houba, H., K. Sneek and F. Vardy. 2000. Can negotiations prevent fish wars? Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 24, 1265–1280.
  78. Hutton, T., M. Griffiths, U. Sumaila and T. Pitcher. 2001. Cooperative versus non-cooperative management of shared linefish stocks in South Africa: an assessment of alternative management strategies for geelbek (Atractoscion aequidens). Fisheries Research 51, 53-68.
  79. Hämäläinen, R., A. Haurie and V. Kaitala. 1985. Equilibria and threats in a fishery management game. Optimal Control Applications & Methods 6, 315-333.
  80. Ishimura G., S. Herrick and R. Sumaila. 2013. Fishing games under climate variability: transboundary management of Pacific sardine in the California Current System. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 15, 189-209.
  81. Jensen, C. and Marko Lindroos. 2008. Centralised versus Decentralised Enforcement of Fish Quotas, Marine Resource Economics 23, 153-170.
  82. Jensen, F. and N. Vestergaard. 2002. A principal-agent analysis of fisheries. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 158, 276-285.
  83. Jørgensen, S. and D.W.K. Yeung. 1996. Stochastic differential game model of a common property fishery. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 90, 381-403.
  84. Jørgensen, S. and D. Yeung. 1999. Interand intragenerational renewableresource extraction. Annals of Operations Research 88, 275-289.
  85. Kaitala, V. 1993. Equilibria in a stochastic resource management game under imperfect information. European Journal of Operational Research 71, 439-453.
  86. Kaitala, V. 1989. Nonuniqueness of no-memory feedback equilibria in a fishery resource game. Automatica (Journal of IFAC) 25, 587-592.
  87. Kaitala, V. 1986. Game Theory Models of Fisheries Management-A Survey. Dynamic Games and Applications in Economics, Springer, New York, 252-266.
  88. Kaitala, V., R. Hämäläinen and J. Ruusunen. 1985. On The Analysis of Equilibria and Bargaining in a Fishery Game. Optimal Theory and Economic Analysis 2, 593-606.
  89. Kaitala, V. and M. Lindroos. 1998. Sharing the Benefits of Cooperation in High Seas Fisheries: A Characteristic Function Game Approach, Natural Resource Modeling 11, 275 - 299.
  90. Kaitala, V. and M. Lindroos.  2004. When to Ratify an Environmental Agreement: The Case of High Seas Fisheries. International Game Theory Review 6, 55-68.
  91. Kaitala, V. and Marko Lindroos. 2007. Game Theoretic Application to Fisheries. In Handbook of Operations Research in Natural Resources (A. Weintraub, C. Romero, T. Bjørndal and R. Epstein eds.), Springer, 201-216. 
  92. Kaitala, V. and G. Munro. 1997. The conservation and management of high seas fishery resources under the new law of the sea. Natural Resource Modeling 10, 87-108.
  93. Kaitala, V. and G. Munro. 1995. The economic management of high sea fishery resources: a game theoretic aspects. Control and Game Theoretic Models of the Environment, Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games 2.
  94. Kaitala, V. and G.R. Munro. 1995. The management of transboundary resources and property rights systems: the case of fisheries. Property Rights and the Environment. Washington: Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics and the World Bank, 69–84.
  95. Kaitala, V. and G.R. Munro. 1993. The Management of High Seas Fisheries. Marine Resource Economics 8, 313-329.
  96. Kaitala, V. and M. Pohjola. 1988. Optimal Recovery of a Shared Resource Stock: A Differential Game Model with Efficient Memory Equilibria. Natural Resource Modeling 3, 91-119.
  97. Kaitala, V.T. 1985. Game theory models of dynamic bargaining and contracting in fisheries management. PhD thesis.
  98. Kamien, M., D. Levhari and L.J. Mirman. 1985. Dynamic model of fishing: The relationship to conjectural variations. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 12, 308-321.
  99. Kampas, A. 2015. On the Allocation of Possible EU Total Allowable Catches (TAC) for the Mediterranean Swordfish: An Envy-Free Criterion and Equitable Procedure. Journal of Agricultural Economics 66, 170-191.
  100. Kennedy, J. 1987. A computable game theoretic approach to modelling competitive fishing. Marine Resource Economics 4, 1-14.
  101. Kennedy, J. 2003. Scope for Efficient Exploitation of North-East Atlantic Mackerel, Marine Resource Economics 18, 55-80.
  102. Kraak, S. 2011. Exploring the “Public Goods Game” model to overcome Tragedy of the Commons in fisheries. Fish and Fisheries. 12, 18-33.
  103. Kronbak, L.G. and M. Lindroos. 2006. An Enforcement-Coalition Model: Fishermen and Authorities Forming Coalitions. Environmental and Resource Economics 35, 169-194.
  104. Kronbak, L.G. and M. Lindroos. 2007. Sharing rules and stability in coalition games with externalities: the case of the Baltic Sea cod fishery. Marine Resource Economics 22, 137-154.
  105. Kronbak, L.G. and M. Lindroos. 2011. On Species Preservation and Non-Cooperative Exploiters, Strategic Behavior and the Environment 1, 49-70.
  106. Kronbak, L.G. and Lindroos. 2013. Allocation and Sharing in International Fisheries Agreements. Food Economics 9, 186-198.
  107. Kronbak, L.G., D. Squires and N. Vestergaard. 2014. Recent Developments in Fisheries Economics Research. International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics 7, 67-108.
  108. Kulmala, S., P. Levontin, M. Lindroos and P. Pintassilgo. 2013. Atlantic salmon fishery in the Baltic Sea - A case of trivial cooperation? Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3, 121-147.
  109. Kwon, O.S. 2006. Partial International Coordination in the Great Fish War. Environmental and Resource Economics 33, 463-483.
  110. Laukkanen, M. 2003. Cooperative and non-cooperative harvesting in a stochastic sequential fishery. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 45, 454-473.
  111. Levhari, D., R. Michener and L.J. Mirman. 1981. Dynamic Programming Models of Fishing: Competition. The American Economic Review 71, 649-661.
  112. Levhari, D. and L.J. Mirman. 1980. The Great Fish War: An Example Using a Dynamic Cournot-Nash Solution. The Bell Journal of Economics 11, 322-334.
  113. Li, E. 1998. Cooperative High-Seas Straddling Stock Agreement as a Characteristic Function Game. Marine Resource Economics 13, 247-258.
  114. Lindroos, M. 2000. Cooperation and Conflicts in High Seas Fisheries. PhD thesis. Helsinki School of Economics.
  115. Lindroos, M. 2004. Sharing the Benefits of Cooperation in the Norwegian Spring-Spawning Herring Fishery. International Game Theory Review 6, 35-53.
  116. Lindroos, M. 2004. Restricted coalitions in the management of regional fisheries organizations. Natural Resource Modeling 17, 45-69.
  117. Lindroos, M. 2008. Coalitions in International Fisheries Management. Natural Resource Modeling 21, 366-384.
  118. Lindroos, M. and V. Kaitala. 2000. Nash equilibria in a coalition game of the Norwegian spring-spawning herring fishery. Marine Resource Economics 15, 321-340.
  119. Lindroos, M. and V. Kaitala. 2001. Conflict and Co-operation in Fisheries: A Game Theory Approach. Game Theory and Applications 7, 90–106.
  120. Lindroos, M. and L.G. Kronbak. 2010. Strategic Behaviour in Fisheries. In Handbook of Marine Fisheries Conservation and Management (Q. Grafton, R. Hilborn, D. Squires, M. Tait and M Williams eds.). Oxford University Press. 556-562.
  121. Lindroos, M., L. G. Kronbak and V. Kaitala. 2007. Coalitions in Fisheries Games. In Advances in Fisheries Economics - Festschrift in Honour of Professor Gordon R. Munro (T. Bjørndal, D. Gordon, R. Arnason and U. Sumaila eds.), Blackwell, 184-195
  122. Little, L. and A. McDonald. 2007. Simulations of agents in social networks harvesting a resource. Ecological Modelling 204, 379-386.
  123. Liu, X. and M. Heino. 2013. Comparing Proactive and Reactive Management: Managing a Transboundary Fish Stock under Changing Environment. Natural Resource Modeling forthcoming.
  124. Liu, X., M. Lindroos and L. Sandal. 2015. Sharing a Fish Stock When Distribution and Harvest Costs are Density Dependent. Environmental and Resource Economics
  125. Loefgren, K.G. 1999. Welfare measurement and cost-benefit analysis in Nash and Stackelberg differential fish games. Natural Resource Modeling 12, 291-304.
  126. Long, L.K. 2009. Regional fisheries management organisation with an endogenous minimum participation level for cooperation in straddling stock fisheries. Fisheries Research 97, 42-52.
  127. Long, L.K. and O. Flaaten. 2011. A Stackelberg Analysis of the Potential for Cooperation in Straddling Stock Fisheries. Marine Resource Economics 26, 119-139.
  128. Mason, C.F. and S. Polasky. 2002. Strategic Preemption in a Common Property Resource: A Continuous Time Approach. Environmental and Resource Economics 23, 255-278.
  129. Matulich, S.C., M. Sever and F. Inaba. 2001. Fishery Cooperatives as an Alternative to ITQs: Implications of the American Fisheries Act. Marine Resource Economics 16, 1-16.
  130. Mazalov, V.V., and Rettieva, A.N. 2010. Fish wars and cooperation maintenance. Ecological Modelling. 221, 12, 1545-1553.
  131. McDonald, A.D., L.K. Sandal, L.R. Little, A.C. Lund and S.I. Steinshamn. 2004. Inferring a biopolitical consensus view of stochastic dynamics for management of a transboundary fishery. Natural Resource Modeling 17, 467-487.
  132. McKelvey, R. 1997. Game theoretic insights into the international management of fisheries. Natural Resource Modeling 10, 129–171.
  133. McKelvey, R. 1999. Coexistence or Exclusion in a Competitive Common-Pool Fishery: A Revisionist View. Natural Resource Modeling 12.
  134. McKelvey, R.W., L.K. Sandal and S.I. Steinshamn. 2003. Regional Fisheries Management on the High Seas: The Hit-and-Run Interloper Model. International Game Theory Review 5, 327-345.
  135. McKelvey, R.W., L.K. Sandal and S.I. Steinshamn. 2002. Fish wars on the high seas: A straddling stock competition model. International Game Theory Review 4, 53-69.
  136. McWhinnie S.F. 2009. The tragedy of the commons in international fisheries: An empirical examination. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 57, 321-333.
  137. Merino, G., Maynou, F., and Garca-Olivares, A. (2007). A new bioeconomic simulation tool for small scale sheries based on game theory: Gamefisto model. Aquatic Living Resources 20, 223-230.
  138. Mesterton-Gibbons, M. 1993. Game-theoretic resource modeling. Natural Resource Modeling 7, 93-147.
  139. Miller, K.A. Salmon Stock Variability and the Political Economy of the Pacific Salmon Treaty. Contemporary Economic Policy 14, 112-129.
  140. Miller, K.A. and G.R. Munro. 2004. Climate and cooperation: a new perspective on the management of shared fish stocks. Marine Resource Economics 19, 367-393.
  141. Miller K, G. Munro, R. Sumaila and W. Cheung. 2013. Governing Marine Fisheries in a Changing Climate: A Game-Theoretic Perspective. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 62, 309-334.
  142. Mirman, L.J. and T. To. 2005. Strategic resource extraction, capital accumulation and overlapping generations. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 50, 378-386.
  143. Missios, P.C. and C. Plourde. 1996. The Canada-European Union Turbot War: A Brief Game Theoretic Analysis. Canadian Public Policy/Analyse De Politiques 22, 144-150.
  144. Moretti, S. 2014. On the Role of Coalitional Network Games in Modelling the Social Dimension in Ecosystem Management. Strategic Behavior and the Environment 4, 155-186.
  145. Muje, K., M. Lindroos, T.J. Marjomäki and J. Karjalainen. 2004. Interlocked sustainable use of multiple fish stocks—modelling biological and socio-economic conditions in Finnish vendace (Coregonus albula (L.)) fisheries. Ann.Zool.Fennici 41, 375-390.
  146. Munro, G.R. 1979. The Optimal Management of Transboundary Renewable Resources. The Canadian Journal of Economics 12, 355-376.
  147. Munro, G.R. 1990. The Optimal Management of Transboundary Fisheries: Game Theoretic Considerations. Natural Resource Modeling 4, 403-426.
  148. Munro, G.R. 1996. Approaches to the Economics of the Management of High Seas Fishery Resources: A Summary. The Canadian Journal of Economics 29, 157-164.
  149. Munro, G.R. 2000. The United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement of 1995: History and Problem of Implementation. Marine Resource Economics 15, 265-280.
  150. Munro, G.R. 2007. Internationally shared fish stocks, the high seas, and property rights in fisheries. Marine Resource Economics. 22, 4, 425-443.
  151. Munro, G.R. 2009. Game theory and the development of resource management policy: the case of international fisheries. Environment and Development Economics 14, 7-27.
  152. Munro, G.R., T. Mcdorman and R. Mckelvey. 1998. Transboundary Fishery Resources and the Canada-United States Pacific Salmon Treaty. Canadian-American Public Policy 33.
  153. Naito, T. and S. Polasky. 1997. Analysis of a highly migratory fish stocks fishery: a game theoretic approach. Marine Resource Economics 12, 179-201.
  154. Nishimura, K. and Y. Isoda. 2004. Evolution of cannibalism: referring to costs of cannibalism. Journal of Theoretical Biology 226, 293-302.
  155. Noailly, J., C.A. Withagen and van den Bergh, J.C.J.M. 2007. Spatial Evolution of Social Norms in a Common-Pool Resource Game. Environmental and Resource Economics 36, 113-141.
  156. Nowak, A. 2006. A note on an equilibrium in the great fish war game. Econ Bull 17, 1–10.
  157. Okuguchi, K. 1981. A dynamic cournot-nash equilibrium in fishery: The effects of entry. Decisions in Economics and Finance 4, 59-64.
  158. Olaussen, J. O. 2007. Playing Chicken with Salmon. Marine Resource Economics 22, 173-194.   
  159. Ostrom, E. 2000. Collective Action and the Evolution of Social Norms. The Journal of Economic Perspectives 14, 137-158.
  160. Ostrom, E. 1990. Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action.
  161. Ostrom, E., R. Gardner and J. Walker. 1994. Rules, Games, and Common-Pool Resources.
  162. Pham Do, K.H. and H. Folmer. 2003. International fisheries agreements the feasibility and impacts of partial cooperation.
  163. Pham Do, K.H., H. Folmer and H. Norde. 2008. Fishery Management Games: How to Admit New Members and Reduce Harvesting Levels. International Game Theory Review 10, 221-228.
  164. Pintassilgo, P. 2003. A Coalition Approach to the Management of High Seas Fisheries in the Presence of Externalities. Natural Resource Modeling, 16, 175-197.
  165. Pintassilgo, P. and C.C. Duarte. 2000. The New-Member Problem in the Cooperative Management of High Seas Fisheries. Marine Resource Economics 15, 361-378.
  166. Pintassilgo, P. & M. Finus, M. Lindroos & G.R. Munro. 2010. Stability and Success of Regional Fisheries Management Organizations. Environmental and Resource Economics 46, 377-402.
  167. Pintassilgo, P., L.G. Kronbak and M. Lindroos. 2015. International Fisheries Agreements: A Game-Theoretic Approach. Environmental and Resource Economics
  168. Pintassilgo, P. and M. Lindroos. 2008. Coalition Formation in High Seas Fisheries: A Partition Function Approach, International Game Theory Review 10, 303-317.
  169. Pintassilgo, P. and M. Lindroos. 2008. Application of Partition Function Games to the Management of Straddling Fish Stocks, in Game Theory and Policymaking in Natural Resources and the Enviroment (A. Dinar, J. Albiac & J. Sanchez-Soriano eds), Routledge, 65-84.
  170. Polasky, S., N. Tarui, G.M. Ellis and C.F. Mason. 2006. Cooperation in the commons. Economic Theory 29, 71-88.
  171. Punt, M. H. Weikard, R. Groeneweld, E. van Ierland and J. Stel. 2010. Planning Marine Protected Areas: A Multiple Use Game. Natural Resource Modeling 23, 610-646.
  172. Punt, M., H. Weikaard and E. van Ierland. 2012. Marine Protected Areas in the High Seas and Their Impact on International Fishing Agreements. Natural Resource Modeling 26, 164-193
  173. Quinn, J. and G. Ruseski. 2001. Effort Subsidies and Entry Deterrence in Transboundary Fisheries. Natural Resource Modeling 14, 369-390.
  174. Rahikainen, M., M. Lindroos and V. Kaitala. 2013. Stability of international fisheries agreements using precautionary bioeconomic harvesting strategies. Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3, 97-120.
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