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Welcome to the IAAEM website

Since the mid-1990s , the International Association of Aquaculture Economics and Management (IAAEM) has encouraged and fostered collaboration among economists, sociologists and other specialists in aquaculture. Our journal, Aquaculture Economics and Management, is published by Taylor & Francis, and as a subscriber you can access archived articles and information at the Taylor & Francis website.

IAAEM organize special sessions at international conferences of the World Aquaculture Society (WAS), and updates on conferences and other IAAEM activities will be provided on our website and included in our e-mail newsletter for members.

Our current president is professor Frank Asche at the University of Stavanger, Department of Industrial Economics, University of Stavanger, N-4036 Stavanger, Norway. E-mail: Frank.Asche@uis.no.

Please email us at IAAEM@uaex.edu if you have any queries in relation to IAAEM or Aquaculture Economics & Management 

Papers from Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2) to Highlight

Bloznelis, D.  2018. Hedging Salmon Price Risk. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):168-191.

 

High volatility of salmon prices increases financing costs. Bloznelis (2018) employed a new framework of hedging under square loss to hedge spot price uncertainty with salmon futures contracts using generalized classical minimum variance hedging while relaxing assumptions of known expected prices. It delivered satisfactory hedging performance, albeit constrained by low liquidity and was judged to be a moderately effective way of handling salmon price uncertainty.

 


Salazar, C.,  M. Jaime, Y. Figueroa, and R. Fuentes. 2018. Innovation in Small-scale Aquaculture in Chile. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2): 151-167.

 

Understanding the choices of small-scale aquaculture producers is critical to assist producers to integrate into food value chains. Salazar et al. (2018) used census data in Chile to develop Poisson and Tobit models to evaluate small-scale aquaculture producer choices related to innovation and intensity. Education, land tenure, production scale, internet access, and the number of other local innovators were identified as important in innovation choices.

 


Ngoc­­, P.T.A., D. Gaitán-Cremaschi, M. P. M. Meuwissen, T. C. Le, R. H. Bosma, J. Verreth, and A. O. Lansink. 2018. Technical Inefficiency of Vietnamese Pangasius Farming:A Data Envelopment Analysis. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):229-243.

 

Vietnamese pangasius farming must produce efficiently to compete in world markets. Ngoc et al. (2018) investigated input- and output-specific technical inefficiency of Vietnamese pangasius farmers by first using a Russell type directional distance function and then applying a bootstrap truncated regression. Main challenges identified were inadequate use of capital and improper methods to achieve higher fish yield. Outcomes are useful for improving production efficiencies.

 

Published on 01.07.2018

Papers from Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2) to Highlight

Bloznelis, D.  2018. Hedging Salmon Price Risk. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):168-191.

 

High volatility of salmon prices increases financing costs. Bloznelis (2018) employed a new framework of hedging under square loss to hedge spot price uncertainty with salmon futures contracts using generalized classical minimum variance hedging while relaxing assumptions of known expected prices. It delivered satisfactory hedging performance, albeit constrained by low liquidity and was judged to be a moderately effective way of handling salmon price uncertainty.

 


Salazar, C.,  M. Jaime, Y. Figueroa, and R. Fuentes. 2018. Innovation in Small-scale Aquaculture in Chile. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2): 151-167.

 

Understanding the choices of small-scale aquaculture producers is critical to assist producers to integrate into food value chains. Salazar et al. (2018) used census data in Chile to develop Poisson and Tobit models to evaluate small-scale aquaculture producer choices related to innovation and intensity. Education, land tenure, production scale, internet access, and the number of other local innovators were identified as important in innovation choices.

 


Ngoc­­, P.T.A., D. Gaitán-Cremaschi, M. P. M. Meuwissen, T. C. Le, R. H. Bosma, J. Verreth, and A. O. Lansink. 2018. Technical Inefficiency of Vietnamese Pangasius Farming:A Data Envelopment Analysis. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):229-243.

 

Vietnamese pangasius farming must produce efficiently to compete in world markets. Ngoc et al. (2018) investigated input- and output-specific technical inefficiency of Vietnamese pangasius farmers by first using a Russell type directional distance function and then applying a bootstrap truncated regression. Main challenges identified were inadequate use of capital and improper methods to achieve higher fish yield. Outcomes are useful for improving production efficiencies.

 

Published on 01.07.2018

Papers from Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2) to Highlight

Bloznelis, D.  2018. Hedging Salmon Price Risk. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):168-191.

 

High volatility of salmon prices increases financing costs. Bloznelis (2018) employed a new framework of hedging under square loss to hedge spot price uncertainty with salmon futures contracts using generalized classical minimum variance hedging while relaxing assumptions of known expected prices. It delivered satisfactory hedging performance, albeit constrained by low liquidity and was judged to be a moderately effective way of handling salmon price uncertainty.

 


Salazar, C.,  M. Jaime, Y. Figueroa, and R. Fuentes. 2018. Innovation in Small-scale Aquaculture in Chile. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2): 151-167.

 

Understanding the choices of small-scale aquaculture producers is critical to assist producers to integrate into food value chains. Salazar et al. (2018) used census data in Chile to develop Poisson and Tobit models to evaluate small-scale aquaculture producer choices related to innovation and intensity. Education, land tenure, production scale, internet access, and the number of other local innovators were identified as important in innovation choices.

 


Ngoc­­, P.T.A., D. Gaitán-Cremaschi, M. P. M. Meuwissen, T. C. Le, R. H. Bosma, J. Verreth, and A. O. Lansink. 2018. Technical Inefficiency of Vietnamese Pangasius Farming:A Data Envelopment Analysis. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):229-243.

 

Vietnamese pangasius farming must produce efficiently to compete in world markets. Ngoc et al. (2018) investigated input- and output-specific technical inefficiency of Vietnamese pangasius farmers by first using a Russell type directional distance function and then applying a bootstrap truncated regression. Main challenges identified were inadequate use of capital and improper methods to achieve higher fish yield. Outcomes are useful for improving production efficiencies.

 

Published on 01.07.2018

Papers from Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2) to Highlight

Bloznelis, D.  2018. Hedging Salmon Price Risk. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):168-191.

 

High volatility of salmon prices increases financing costs. Bloznelis (2018) employed a new framework of hedging under square loss to hedge spot price uncertainty with salmon futures contracts using generalized classical minimum variance hedging while relaxing assumptions of known expected prices. It delivered satisfactory hedging performance, albeit constrained by low liquidity and was judged to be a moderately effective way of handling salmon price uncertainty.

 


Salazar, C.,  M. Jaime, Y. Figueroa, and R. Fuentes. 2018. Innovation in Small-scale Aquaculture in Chile. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2): 151-167.

 

Understanding the choices of small-scale aquaculture producers is critical to assist producers to integrate into food value chains. Salazar et al. (2018) used census data in Chile to develop Poisson and Tobit models to evaluate small-scale aquaculture producer choices related to innovation and intensity. Education, land tenure, production scale, internet access, and the number of other local innovators were identified as important in innovation choices.

 


Ngoc­­, P.T.A., D. Gaitán-Cremaschi, M. P. M. Meuwissen, T. C. Le, R. H. Bosma, J. Verreth, and A. O. Lansink. 2018. Technical Inefficiency of Vietnamese Pangasius Farming:A Data Envelopment Analysis. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):229-243.

 

Vietnamese pangasius farming must produce efficiently to compete in world markets. Ngoc et al. (2018) investigated input- and output-specific technical inefficiency of Vietnamese pangasius farmers by first using a Russell type directional distance function and then applying a bootstrap truncated regression. Main challenges identified were inadequate use of capital and improper methods to achieve higher fish yield. Outcomes are useful for improving production efficiencies.

 

Published on 01.07.2018

Papers from Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2) to Highlight

Bloznelis, D.  2018. Hedging Salmon Price Risk. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):168-191.

 

High volatility of salmon prices increases financing costs. Bloznelis (2018) employed a new framework of hedging under square loss to hedge spot price uncertainty with salmon futures contracts using generalized classical minimum variance hedging while relaxing assumptions of known expected prices. It delivered satisfactory hedging performance, albeit constrained by low liquidity and was judged to be a moderately effective way of handling salmon price uncertainty.

 


Salazar, C.,  M. Jaime, Y. Figueroa, and R. Fuentes. 2018. Innovation in Small-scale Aquaculture in Chile. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2): 151-167.

 

Understanding the choices of small-scale aquaculture producers is critical to assist producers to integrate into food value chains. Salazar et al. (2018) used census data in Chile to develop Poisson and Tobit models to evaluate small-scale aquaculture producer choices related to innovation and intensity. Education, land tenure, production scale, internet access, and the number of other local innovators were identified as important in innovation choices.

 


Ngoc­­, P.T.A., D. Gaitán-Cremaschi, M. P. M. Meuwissen, T. C. Le, R. H. Bosma, J. Verreth, and A. O. Lansink. 2018. Technical Inefficiency of Vietnamese Pangasius Farming:A Data Envelopment Analysis. Aquaculture Economics & Management 22(2):229-243.

 

Vietnamese pangasius farming must produce efficiently to compete in world markets. Ngoc et al. (2018) investigated input- and output-specific technical inefficiency of Vietnamese pangasius farmers by first using a Russell type directional distance function and then applying a bootstrap truncated regression. Main challenges identified were inadequate use of capital and improper methods to achieve higher fish yield. Outcomes are useful for improving production efficiencies.

 

Published on 07.01.2018
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