Fisheries Economics Research Unit

Oceans Running Out of Fish

A study published by UBC's IOF researchers, in Nature Communications, suggests smaller catches may indicate oceans with less fish.

Dr. Rashid Sumaila’s research presented at 2016 World Economic Forum

Dr. Rashid Sumaila is the author of a new report titled “Trade Policy Options for Sustainable Oceans and Fisheries”.

Dr. Rashid Sumaila at 2015 Nairobi Trade and Development Symposium

Dr. Sumaila discussed illegal trade in natural resources, and WTO rules on farm goods and fish.

OceanCanada Director Dr. Rashid Sumaila to Speak at 2015 Nairobi Trade and Development Symposium

OceanCanada Director Dr. Rashid Sumaila to Speak at 2015 Nairobi Trade and Development Symposium OceanCanada Director Dr. Rashid Sumaila will be speaking at the 2015 Trade and Development Symposium in Nairobi on December 15 and 16, 2015. system. Addressing Illegal Trade in Natural Resources 15 December 2015. WTO Rules on Farm Goods and Fish: Towards More […]

Doubly lucky: Economic impact of the English Bay bunker oil spill of April 2015

Dr. Dana Miller, postdoctoral researcher at The University of British Columbia, and OceanCanada Director Dr. Rashid Sumaila have released a working paper examining the impact of the recent oil spill in Vancouver’s English Bay. The paper presents an estimation of the economic impacts of this oil spill on Metro Vancouver’s marine-related economic activities, including commercial […]

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Lam, V.W.Y., Cheung, W.W.L., Swartz, W. & Sumaila, U.R. (2012) Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries in West Africa: Implications for Economic, Food and Nutritional Security. African Journal of Marine Science, 34:1, 103-117.

Based out of the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries at the University of British Columbia, the Fisheries Economics Research Unit strives for interdisciplinary solutions to global, national, and local marine and freshwater management issues. We focus on economic and policy analysis and mobilize researchers, students, and practitioners to advance resource management for the benefit of current and future generations, while maintaining ‘healthy’ ecosystems.

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