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Systems of sharing and patterns of ownership
- Sharing systems and patterns of ownerships of several common small scale gears are analysed and compared with those of the small and medium trawlers operating in San Miguel Bay, Philippines. Significant differences between these two groups were found in concentration of ownership, presence of non economic social relationships between owners and crewmen, and flexibility of sharing arrangements. These differences are discussed in the terms of existing legal definitions of "municipal" and "commercial" fisheries.
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- University of the Philippines
- United Nations University, Japan