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Evaluation of New Fishery Performance Indicators : A Case Study of the Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries in Indonesia and Philippines

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World Bank
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2017-05-09T16:18:04Z
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2017-05-09T16:18:04Z
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2012-05
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2021-04-23T14:04:34Z
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To further develop and finalize the Fishery Performance Indicators (FPIs) for scaling up to the Bank's entire fisheries portfolio, a number of specific pilots and case studies have been conducted. This report provides an overview of the FPIs, and a summary of two case studies in its application, the blue swimming crab (BSC) fisheries in Indonesia and the Philippines. A comparative analysis with an Icelandic lobster fishery is conducted as a benchmark, as the Icelandic lobster fishery is also export oriented and has been recognized as a well-managed fishery. The study is organized as follows: chapter two provides a brief introduction of FPIs and the blue swimming fisheries in Indonesia and the Philippines. Chapter three presents the results for FPIs that measure the success ('outputs') in achieving the 'triple bottom line' of environmental, social, and economic sustainability and provides a critical evaluation of strengths, weaknesses, and omissions of the current FPIs design. Chapter four presents the results for FPIs that measure factors ('inputs') that enable (or undermine) the likelihood that the triple bottom line will be achieved and provides a critical evaluation of strengths, weaknesses, and omissions of the current FPIs design chapter five summarizes the results and draws conclusions about the applicability of FPIs and next steps. Five appendices provide supplementary information. Appendix A provides detailed explanation of the rationale and measurement for each indicator. Appendix B lists additional suggested indicators based on the case studies. Appendix C lists the participants who have attended the workshops in London and Hawaii. Appendixes D and E illustrate the FPIs' output and input results for the studied fisheries, respectively.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/915781468336646778/Evaluation-of-new-Fishery-Performance-Indicators-FPIs-a-case-study-of-the-blue-swimming-crab-fisheries-in-Indonesia-and-Philippines
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/26550
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English
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en_US
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World Bank, Washington, DC
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Agriculture and Rural Development Discussion Paper;No. 52
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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ALGAL BEDS
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ANCHOVY
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AQUACULTURE
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AQUATIC RESOURCES
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ARTISANAL FISHERY
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BAY
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BIOMASS
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BOTTOM TRAWLS
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BRACKISH WATER
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CAPTURE FISHERIES
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CATCH OF JUVENILES
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CATCH PER UNIT
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CATCH PER UNIT EFFORT
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CLIMATE CHANGE
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COASTAL AREAS
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COASTAL FISHERY
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COASTLINE
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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
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CORALS
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CRAB
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CRAB FISHERIES
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CRABS
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DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
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DIVING
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DOLPHINS
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ECOLOGY
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ECONOMETRICS
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ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
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ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
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ECONOMIC SITUATION
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ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY
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ENDANGERED SPECIES
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ENVIRONMENTAL
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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
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ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE
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FINFISH
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FISH
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FISH STOCK
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FISHED
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FISHERIES GOVERNANCE
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FISHERIES MANAGEMENT
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FISHERIES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
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FISHERIES PORTFOLIO
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FISHERIES RESOURCES
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FISHERIES SECTOR
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FISHERIES SECTORS
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FISHERIES SERVICES
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FISHERMAN
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FISHERMEN
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FISHERS
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FISHERY
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FISHERY INDUSTRY
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FISHERY MANAGEMENT
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FISHERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
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FISHERY MANAGERS
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FISHERY PRODUCT
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FISHERY PRODUCTS
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FISHERY RESOURCE
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FISHERY RESOURCES
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FISHING
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FISHING BOATS
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FISHING GEAR
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FISHING GEARS
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FISHING GROUNDS
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FISHING INDUSTRY
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FISHING METHODS
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FISHING SEASONS
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FISHING VESSELS
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FOOD SERVICE
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GROSS EARNINGS
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GULF
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INDUSTRIAL FISHERIES
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INLAND FISHERIES
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INLAND WATERS
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INTERNATIONAL TRADE
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ISLAND
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LANDING
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LANDINGS
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LOBSTER
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LOBSTER FISHERIES
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MANGROVE
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MARINE ENVIRONMENT
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MARINE FISHERIES
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MARINE RESOURCE
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MARINE STEWARDSHIP
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MAXIMUM SUSTAINABLE YIELD
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MOLLUSKS
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MSY
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NATIONAL FISHERIES
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NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES
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NATURAL RESOURCE
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NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
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OCEANS
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OIL
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OVERFISHING
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OYSTER
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OYSTERS
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PACIFIC OCEAN
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PARTNERSHIP
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PERMIT SYSTEM
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PERUVIAN ANCHOVY
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POLLUTION
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PORTFOLIO
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PRICE DIFFERENCES
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PRODUCERS
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PROPERTY RIGHTS
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PUBLIC GOODS
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REFRIGERATION
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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
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RESOURCE USE
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RURAL DEVELOPMENT
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SALMON
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SCIENTIFIC DATA
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SEA
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SEA CUCUMBER
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SEAFOOD
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SEAFOOD MARKETS
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SEAFOOD TRADE
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SEAGRASS
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SEAWEED
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SHARKS
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SHORELINE
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SHRIMP
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SI
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SMALL-SCALE FISHERIES
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SPAWNING
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SPONGES
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STOCK ASSESSMENT
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STOCK RECOVERY
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STRAIT
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES
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TARGET SPECIES
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TILAPIA
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TOTAL CATCH
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TSUNAMI
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TUNA
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VESSEL
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WAGES
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WATERS
dc.title
Evaluation of New Fishery Performance Indicators
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A Case Study of the Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries in Indonesia and Philippines
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Working Paper
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2012-05-14
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Publications & Research
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Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/915781468336646778/Evaluation-of-new-Fishery-Performance-Indicators-FPIs-a-case-study-of-the-blue-swimming-crab-fisheries-in-Indonesia-and-Philippines
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000333038_20120514011203
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16267520
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68710
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/915781468336646778/pdf/687100NWP0P123020BlueCrab0web0final.pdf
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okr.region.administrative
East Asia and Pacific
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Indonesia
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Philippines
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Agriculture :: Fisheries & Aquaculture
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Environment :: Coastal and Marine Environment
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Environment :: Environmental Economics & Policies
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Environment :: Water Resources Management
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Industry :: Fishing Industry
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Agriculture & Environmental Serv (AES)

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