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The Resource Chile's Salmon Industry : Policy Challenges in Managing Public Goods

Chile's Salmon Industry : Policy Challenges in Managing Public Goods

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Chile's Salmon Industry : Policy Challenges in Managing Public Goods
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Chile's Salmon Industry
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Policy Challenges in Managing Public Goods
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Chile's Salmon Industry : Policy Challenges in Managing Public Goods
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  • Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- Editors and Contributors -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1 Overview -- 1.1 Knowledge -- 1.2 Sustainability (Environment and Natural Resources) -- 1.3 Institutions -- 1.4 Inclusiveness (Social Welfare) -- 2 Organization of the Book -- 2.1 Chapter 2: Genesis of Chilean Salmon Industry -- 2.2 Chapter 3: The Chilean Salmon Industry Takes Off: From the Commercialization to the Early Development Phase -- 2.3 Chapter 4: The Development of Salmon Aquaculture in Chile into an Internationally Competitive Industry: 1985-2007 -- 2.4 Chapter 5: Environmental Collapse and Institutional Restructuring: The Sanitary Crisis in the Chilean Salmon Industry -- 2.5 Chapter 6: Transformation of Institutions: Crisis and Change in Institutions for Chilean Salmon Industry -- 2.6 Chapter 7: Public Goods, Regulation and the Expansion of the Natural Resource Exploitation Frontier: The Future of Salmon ... -- 2.7 Chapter 8: Conclusion and Policy Implications -- 3 Background of the Case -- 3.1 About the Salmon Farming -- 4 Conclusion -- Box: Fish Production: The Role of Aquaculture and Salmon Farming in the Global Context -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2: Genesis of Chilean Salmon Farming -- 1 Introduction: Creating New Industry and Transforming Economic Structures in Developing Countries? -- 2 Essential Requirements for the Industrial Development of the Chilean Salmon Industry -- 3 Phases of Birth and Growth of a New Industry: Preparation, Establishment, Early Development and Fully-Fledged Development -- 4 Starting from Scratch: Internalization of Basic Technologies of Salmon Farming in Chile -- 4.1 Japan-Chile Salmon Project: The First Structured Government Salmon Initiative -- 4.2 Domsea Farms, the First Foreign Company to Start Salmon Stocking in Chile
  • 4.3 Nichiro: The Pioneer in the Commercialization and Mariculture of Salmon Farming in Chile -- 4.4 Piscicultura Lago Llanquihue, Chilés First Freshwater Trout Farming Company -- 5 Salmon Mariculture (Sea Farming) Found Feasible -- 5.1 Mytilus Joins Mariculture -- 5.2 Pioneering Private Companies Expand Coho Salmon Exports to Japan -- 6 Concluding Remarks: Technological Contributions by Japan-Chile Salmon Project, Fundación Chile and Private Companies -- Box: Delayed Release -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3: The Chilean Salmon Industry Takes Off: From the Commercialization to the Early Development Phase -- 1 Introduction: Building a Knowledge Base to Entice Entrepreneurs -- 2 Salmones Antrtica, a Filial of Fundación Chile: A Pioneer in Full-Fledged Commercial Production -- 2.1 Investing in a New Industry and Securing Entrepreneurial Experimentation -- 2.2 M̀̀arket Failuré ́Averted by Fundación Chile -- 2.3 Fundación Chilés Initiative for Mariculture -- 2.3.1 The Encounter Between Fundación Chile and the Japan-Chile Salmon Project -- 2.4 Chilean Entrepreneurial Investment Prompted by a Commercialization Model and Diffusion Efforts -- 2.5 Fundación Chilés Production Reaches 1000Tons in 1988 -- 2.6 Fundación Chile Sold Salmones Antrtica -- 3 After Take-Off: Early Development Phase -- 3.1 Three Challenges in the Early Development Phase -- 3.2 Cultivation of the Japanese Market by Salmones Antrtica -- 3.3 Introduction of Advanced Processing Technology -- 3.4 Establishment of the Association of Salmon and Trout Producers -- 3.5 Chilean Officialś Visits to Japan -- 4 Transfer of Improved Processing Technology -- 4.1 Higher Degrees of Processing of Salmon and Higher Added-Value Exports -- 5 A New Goal: To Develop Technologies for Domestic Seed Production -- 6 Feed Development and Fish Disease Control -- 7 Development of Legal Infrastructure
  • 8 Concluding Remarks -- Twelve Pioneers in Aquaculture in Chile -- References -- Chapter 4: The Development of Salmon Aquaculture in Chile into an Internationally Competitive Industry: 1985-2007 -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Overview of Chilean Salmon Industry: Growth of Exports and Contribution to the National and Regional Economy -- 3 Evolution of Chilean Salmon Industry: 1985-2007 -- 3.1 Rapid Increase in Number, Size and Concentration of Firms: 1985-2007 -- 3.2 The Expansion of Intermediate Inputs and Services Suppliers -- 4 Tackling the Global Challenges -- 4.1 Diversification of the Market -- 4.2 Increasing Added Value and Differentiation of Exports -- 5 Technological Upgrading in the Salmon Industry -- 5.1 Egg Production -- 5.2 Fish Feed -- 5.3 Net Workshop -- 6 Evolution of the Institution Supporting the Salmon Industry -- 6.1 Institution and Political and Economic Sentiments -- 6.2 Creation of Laws and Regulations and Public Support from the State -- 6.3 Financial Mechanisms to Support Innovation by the Public Sector -- 6.4 Private Sector Institutions and Collective Action -- 6.4.1 Fundación Chile -- 6.4.2 Association of the Chilean Salmon Industry -- 6.4.3 Collective Action -- 7 Education and Research Institutions to Enhance Productivity -- 7.1 Education and Training -- 7.2 Research -- 8 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: Environmental Collapse and Institutional Restructuring: The Sanitary Crisis in the Chilean Salmon Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Sanitary Crisis and Its Causes -- 2.1 Magnitude of the Crisis -- 2.2 ISA Virus and Sanitary Conditions: An Ecological Triad of Illness -- 3 Conditions Behind the Worsening Sanitary Environment -- 3.1 Concentration of Cultivation Sites (Cultivation Permits) in Limited Geographical Areas -- 3.2 Fish Density Within the Cultivation Center
  • 3.3 Different Biological Productivity Pattern by Stage of Production and by Species -- 4 The Restructuring of the Industry into Barrios (Ǹeighbourhoodś) and Macrozones -- 4.1 Creation of Barrios and Macrozones -- 4.2 Incidence of ISA Virus in Barrios from 2007 to 2011 -- 4.3 Categorizing Barrios into Clusters, 2007-2011 -- 4.4 Complex Reality Within Barrios and Macrozones -- 5 Towards a Model for Risk Calculation -- 5.1 Calculating the State Variable: Locally Specific Risk Factor -- 5.2 Calculating the Control Variable: Firm-Specific Risk Factor -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: Transformation of Institutions: Crisis and Change in Institutions for Chilean Salmon Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Setting the Scene -- 2.1 Description of the Sanitary Crisis and Its Impact -- Box 6.1: Infectious Salmon Anaemia -- 2.2 Establishment of Mesa de Salmon (Salmon Roundtable) -- Box 6.2: Major Tasks to Be Accomplished by the Salmon Roundtable -- 2.3 Main Contents of the Modification of the LGPA and Implications -- 2.3.1 Changes in the Concession Rights System -- 2.3.2 Strengthening Sanitary and Environmental Regulations -- 2.3.3 Creation of a New Institutions to Encourage Collective Action: Barrios (Neighborhoods) -- 2.3.4 Strengthening the Authority of the Public Sector for Enforcement -- 2.4 Organizational Changes in Public Sector -- 2.4.1 Organizational Changes in the National Fisheries Service Before the LGPA: Focus on Aquaculture -- 2.4.2 Organizational Changes in the Undersecretariat of Fisheries -- 3 Before the Crisis -- 3.1 The Private Sector Before the Crisis: Salmon Farming Firms and SalmonChile -- 3.1.1 Dynamic Changes in the Composition of Firms Between the Late 1990s and 2011 -- 3.1.2 Role of Industrial Associations: The Association of the Salmon Industry
  • 3.2 The Public Sector Before the Crisis: Undersecretariat of Fisheries and National Fisheries Service -- 3.2.1 The Evolution of Public Organizations for the Aquaculture Sector -- 3.2.2 Sentiment Among the Public Sector Towards the Salmon Farming Industry from 2000 Until the Crisis -- 4 Situation During and After the Crisis -- 4.1 Behavior of Firms After the Crisis -- 4.1.1 Finding the Technological Solutions: G6 -- 4.1.2 Layoff of Employees: Leading to Fierce Union Conflicts and Affecting the Regional Economy -- 4.1.3 Exodus of the Salmon Firms to Austral Regions (11th and 12th Regions): Raising Fear and Resentment in the Regions -- 4.2 Parallel Incidents and Additional Agents: Extending the Influence via Global Value Chains -- 4.2.1 International Media Influences the Behavior of International Buyers and Consumers -- 4.2.2 Local NGOs: Building International and Local Networks -- 4.2.3 Financial Debt and Banks: Influencing the Firmś Financial Viability -- 4.3 Subsequent Impact on the Salmon Industry in Chile -- 4.3.1 SalmonChile: Changes in Power Dynamics Among the Member Firms -- 4.3.2 Rise of the Rest: ACOTRUCH and Association of Service Providers -- 4.3.2.1 Creation of ACOTRUCH by Small and Medium Salmon Producers -- 4.3.2.2 Association of Suppliers -- 5 Unexpected Outcome of the Modification of the Law -- 6 Conclusion and Lessons Drawn from This Chapter -- Appendix: Some Further Institutional Changes Taking Place in Chilés Fishery Sector -- References -- List of Articles Used from Aqua.cl -- Chapter 7: Public Goods, Regulation and the Expansion of the Natural Resource Exploitation Frontier: The Future of Salmon Farm... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Natural Resource-Based Growth and the Expansion of the Resource Exploitation Frontier -- Box 7.1 Chinquihue Foundation -- 3 Different Stakeholders and the Need for Coordination and Cooperation
  • 4 T̀ragedy of the commonś in Salmon Farming
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