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Hokimoto Ken


Operation Process and Difficulties Encountered in the Implementation of “Fishing Village Revitalizing Plans”

水産大学校研究報告 Volume 68 Issue 4 Page 97-106
published_at 2020-03
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Title
浜プランの取組における実践過程とその課題に関する研究
Operation Process and Difficulties Encountered in the Implementation of “Fishing Village Revitalizing Plans”
Creators Hokimoto Ken
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Creator Keywords
fishing village regional development small-scale fishery fishery policy
This study examines the operation process and difficulties encountered in the implementation of regional “fishing village revitalizing plans.” First, data published by the Fisheries Agency is examined and the efforts of local villages are classified into two categories: efforts related to the usage and management of the local coastal area and efforts related to the distribution and sales of fish products. Second, the process of forming and implementing plans of action is examined and problems concerning the operation of such plans are identified. Finally, case studies of commendation winners are examined in order to identify the features of the operation process. This study concludes that the driving force for change and the construction of networks are very important for the success of “fishing village revitalizing plans.”
Languages jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publishers 水産大学校
Date Issued 2020-03
File Version Version of Record
Access Rights open access
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[ISSN]0370-9361