It is with great pleasure that we announce the award given to Dr. Amanda Rodrigues, in IIFET 2018 Seattle Conference, by the study "Implication of the financial performance of open-access industrial fishing fleets off South Brazil and the subsidies policy".
The prize awarded by the Japan International Fisheries Research Society (JIFRS)-Yamamoto Prize for Best Paper on Responsible Fishing is a great honor.
We acknowledge the Brazilian National Research Council (CNPq) and the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) by the financial support, as well as all contributors from the fisheries sector, students, technicians and partner institutions.
Please listen the interview by Radio USP here.
The paper “Harvesting costs and revenues: Implication of the performance of open-access industrial fishing fleets off Rio Grande, Brazil” published in “Marine Policy” (93: 104-112, 2018), may be downloaded here.
The second paper of the research may be downloaded from em: https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1XysnbiU1hREK
Below some midia coverage on the awarded study: