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Title: 日本と韓国におけるハマチとマダイ養殖の比較研究
Other Titles: A Comparative Study of Yellowtail and Red Sea Bream Culture in Japan and Korea / 目韓両国における養殖漁業の比較研究―7 / A Comparative Study on Japanese and Korean Aquaculture-7
Authors: 庾, 東運 / 八木, 庸夫
Authors (alternative): Yu, Dou-Woon / Yagi, Tsuneo
Issue Date: Feb-1993
Publisher: 長崎大学水産学部
Citation: 長崎大学水産学部研究報告, v.73, pp.39-43; 1993
Abstract: It is observed that fish culture industry both in Japan and Korea has a distinct contrast in term of production, marketing, consumption, and trade. This paper aims to find out the natural, social and economic conditions which distinguish yellowtail and red sea-bream cultures between Japan and Korea. From a couple of visits to the fish culture industries in Japan and Korea, the following conclusions are drawn. First, Korean fish culture industry has a comparative disadvantage over the Japanese one due to its cold temperature along her coastline. Secondly, Korean prefer to the yellowtail less than Japanese. Thus, it caused that Korean yellowtail industry heavily depend upon Japanese market condition. Thirdly, the fish culture in Korea is owned by a number of small scale individuals who are in charge of production, marketing, and purchasing of materials for fish culture. However, it is found that a well organized fisheries cooperative takes part in marketing and purchasing activety on behalf of the fish culturerists in Japan, which reduces the cost and risk involved in fish production and aquaculture business, respectively.
Keywords: ハマチ / yellowtail / マダイ / red sea bream / 養殖 / fish culture / 比較優位 / comparative advantage
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29848
ISSN: 05471427
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
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Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29848

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