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Author Name:    YOUNG, Oran

Title:   Resource Management at the International Level : The Case of the North Pacific. First Edition in dustjacket

Publisher:    Frances Pinter Ltd. / Nichols Pulishing Co., London / New York, 1977, ISBN:0903804255 

Seller ID:   111234

YOUNG, Oran. Resource Management at the International Level : The Case of the North Pacific. London : Frances Pinter Ltd. / New York : Nichols Pulishing Co., (1977). First Edition. Pp (12),11-252,(2). Maps. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Papadakis and Glassner, International Law of the Sea and Marine Affairs: A Bibliography : Supplement to the 1980 edition 4882. "This book is about the management of natural resources and the maintenance of environmental quality at the international level. It concerns itself with the special economic, political, legal, and organizational problems that arise when resources are exploited by two or more states or when resource exploitation involves activities cutting across sovereign jurisdictions. The study takes the form of a case study of the North Pacific region (or Beringia). It develops the idea of international resource regions as appropriate managerial units in the realms of resource management and environmentalquality and emphasizes the concept of regimes as systems of governing arra ngements for given social structures or regions." (from the dj). Contents :I. Resource Management in an International Region : A. Beringia. B. Curren t International Status . C. Changing Conditions. D. The Problem Formulated.II. Conceptual Framework. A. International Resource Regions. B. Actors and Interests. C. Substantive Issues. D. Regimes and Their Evaluation. III. Ev olving Problems of Resource Management. A. Fish and Marine Mammals. B. Hydrocarbons. C. Navigation and Transportation. D. Environmental Quality. E. Security. Appendix: Optimal Appendix: Optimal Harvests in Marine Fisheries. IV. The Existing Regime in Beringia. A. The Geneva System. B. Functional Agreements. C. Unilateral Claims and Unresolved Conflicts. D. Conclusion. V. Alternative Regimes for Beringia. A. National Zones. B. Functional Authorities. C. A Beringian Regional Authority. D. Three Minor Options. E. Conclusion. VI. Policy Implications: What Is To Be Done? A. The Problem. B. A Proposed Regime for Beringia. C. The Process of Implementation. Very good in dustjacket. 35.00

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