SULLIVAN, Jeremiah J. HEGGELUND, Per O. Pacific Rim Research Series 3.
Title: Foreign Investment in the U.S. Fishing Industry
Publisher:  Lexington Books, Lexington, Mass., 1979, ISBN:066903066X
Seller ID: 105074
SULLIVAN, Jeremiah J. and Per O. HEGGELUND. Foreign Investment in the U.S. Fishing Industry. Lexington, Mass. : Lexington Books, D.C. Heath and Company, (1979). Pp (4),v-xiv,1-185,(7). Tables, diagrams in text. 8vo, orangey-red boards, black lettering to front & spine. No. 3 in the Pacific Rim Research Series. See Papadakis and Glassner, International Law of the Sea and Marine Affairs: A Bibliography : Supplement to the 1980 edition 5913. Contents : Foreword (by Kermit 0. Hanson). 1. Introduction : The 200-Mile Fishery Conservation Zone and the Fishery Conservation and Management Act; Management under the Fishery Conservation and Management Act; Summary and Conclusions; Plan of Presentation of the Book. 2. The U.S. Fishing Industry : Profile of the Industry; The Northeast Pacific Fishing Industry; Developing the Northeast Pacific Fishing Industry; Summary and Conclusions. 3. Foreign Fishing Investment : Foreign Investment in the U.S. Fishing Industry; The Problems and Benefits of Japanese Fishing Investment in the Northeast Pacific; Summary and Conclusions. 4. Federal Management, the Fishery Conservation andManagement Act, and Foreign Investment : Government Management of Fishing; The Fishery Conservation and Management Act; Legal Spurs to and Limits on Foreign Investment; Summary and Conclusions; Appendix. 5. The Why and the Why Not : Why Foreign Firms Invest; Kinds of Investment and Problems; American Arguments For and Against Foreign Fishing Investment; Controls on Foreign Fishing Activities. 6. International Joint Ventures : Costs and Benefits of International Joint Ventures; Forming an International Joint Venture; A Possible International Joint Venture Structure Involving the Japanese; Appendix. 7. New International Joint Ventures and the Issue of Floaters : Soviet Fishing; The South Korean Connection; Arguments For and Against International Joint Ventures; Summary and Conclusions. 8. Japanese Fishing and Foreign Investment in the United States : The Industry, the Government, and Change; The Economics of Bottomfish in Japan; Japanese Firms and Foreign Investment; Taiyo Fishery Company. Ltd.; Summary and Conclusions. 9. Is the New American Pacific Fishing Industry a Profitable Investment? : Potential Investment in Bottomfish Harvesting; Potential Investment in Bottomfish Processing; Summary and Conclusions. 10. Conclusions and Final Remarks : Foreign Investment and the Unfillable Gap; From the Japanese Side of Things; The South Koreans and the Soviets; The Fishery Conservation and Management Act and Foreign Investment; Recommendations to Government and the Industry; Final Remarks. Glossary of Terms. Name on flyleaf, waviness to pages, else very good. 35.00