IMIS | Flanders Marine Institute

Flanders Marine Institute

Platform for marine research


Publications | Institutes | Persons | Datasets | Projects | Maps
[ report an error in this record ] Printer-friendly version

Comparative Evaluations of Innovative Solutions in European Solutions in European fisheries management

More:  Institutes 
Acronym: CEVIS
Period: October 2005 till September 2008
Status: Completed

Thesaurus term: Fisheries management
Geographical terms: A, Atlantic [Marine Regions]; ANE, Baltic Sea, Oder Estuary [Marine Regions]; ANE, North Sea [Marine Regions]; MED, Mediterranean [Marine Regions]; PN, Arctic [Marine Regions]

Institutes (13)  Top 
  • Innovative Fisheries Management (IFM), more, co-ordinator
  • Luleå University of Technology, more, partner
  • European Commission Joint Research Center (JRC), more, partner
  • Technical University of Denmark; National Institute of Aquatic Resources; The Danish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, more, partner
  • AZTI Foundation, more, partner
  • University of Tromso; Norwegian College of Fisheries Science (NCFS), more, partner
  • Sea Fisheries Institute in Gdynia, more, partner
  • University of Iceland; Fisheries Research Institute, more, partner
  • Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University; Institute of Food and Resource Economics, more, partner
  • Institute for Applied Ecology, more, partner
  • Fisheries Research Service; Marine Laboratory (FRS), more, partner
  • Netherlands Institute for Fisheries Research (RIVO), more, partner
  • Institute of Marine Research (IMR), more, partner

CEVIS assesses potential innovations for European fisheries management regimes in respect to four general management objectives: biological robustness; economic efficiency, the cost effectiveness of management activities; and social robustness. CEVIS examines a few types of regime-level innovations, such as: the use of participatory approaches to fisheries governance; right based regimes and decision rule system. The central research objectives of CEVIS are expressed by four disciplinary, cross-case work packages that focus on the implications of these types of innovations for the general management objectives in four case studies in the UE that have similar fisheries and have implemented these four types of innovations. CEVIS has to final products. The first is an Innovation Evaluation Framework made up of indicators of inputs and outcomes in relation to the four general management objectives. This will be an aid to fisheries managers wishing to assess the suitability of possible changes in EU fisheries management price. The second is a report based on the case studies that evaluates this specific set of potential regime-level innovations for use in EU fisheries management.

All data in IMIS is subject to the VLIZ privacy policy Top | Institutes