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Abstract We develop a theoretical trade model based on classical welfare economics and apply it empirically to both importers and exporters of shrimp, the most traded seafood, to determine the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on shrimp produced and consumed in the U.S. and globally. We consider...
Abstract The catfish industry is the largest U.S. aquaculture sector and a major contributor to the rural economies of the Southern states of Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Economic contributions of this industry to the tristate region were estimated using an input-output modeling approach...
Abstract Capital requirements increase as aquaculture becomes more industrialized, with firms increasing their scale of production and capital intensity. Public listing at stock exchanges can provide improved access and cheaper financing for firms. Since the public listing is a fairly recent...
Abstract At present, aquaculture is still subject to social debate. This paper analyzes its social acceptance compared to traditional fishing, mainly by applying the structural equations methodology. This technique has been widely used in recent times in social sciences but is minor in this...
Abstract Price volatility is an important factor in the fish value chain influencing the costs, trade, income, and food security. Therefore, analysis of fish price volatility dynamics can provide valuable insights into the impact of aquaculture growth in Bangladesh, a developing country where...
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