• Impacto economico de la implementacion de los límites máximos de captura por embarcación en la industria pesquera del Perú entre los años 2005 hasta el 2014

      Arrieta, María Del Carmen; Aranguren Lizarzaburu, Eduardo Marcelo; Arteaga Zarate, Katherine; Chavez Mapelli, Fiorella Rossana (Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), 2016-11)
      The fishing sector over the years has had phases of expansion and crisis that show that the problem of the industry is the oversizing of the fleet and plant, this led to the over exploitation of anchovy biomass and that the economic agents are less efficient in their operations. That is why, in 2008, Legislative Decree 1084 is enacted, through which it was established the new system of Maximum Limits of Capture by Vessel (MLCV), this regime comes into force in the first season of 2009 and which governs only anchovy intended for indirect human consumption (IHC), that is, for the anchovy that is used for the production of fish meal and fish oil. This standard introduced individual anchovy fishing quotas and allocated it to vessels already operating in this fishery, thereby eliminating the previous system, which set a global catch quota, which encouraged the "Olympic Race" to get as much of the resource as possible. In order to analyze the impact of Legislative Decree 1084, the present research proposes to evaluate the pre and post reform behavior of the sector, in order to demonstrate that overfishing was eliminated and that a better quality of the anchovy landings was generated. The results obtained after the investigation highlight the importance of the implementation of Legislative Decree 1084 in the fishing sector, presenting improvements in the ordering of the sector that is reflected in the development of the fishing industry
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