A sampling of specific topics includes: excess fishing capacity, property and use rights in fisheries, international fisheries law and the transferability of quotas, the economics of allocation in tuna regional fisheries management organizations, allocating fish across jurisdictions, individual transferable quotas for bycatches, prospects for use rights in tuna regional fisheries management organizations, and flags of convenience and property rights on the high seas.
What does ITQS stand for?
ITQS stands for Individual Transferable Quotas (fisheries)
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We have 1 other meaning of ITQS in our Acronym Attic
- Industrial Training and Quality Assurance (South Africa)
- International Tibetan Qigong Association (San Francisco, CA)
- Instituto de Tecnolgia Quimica e Biológica (Portugese)
- International Tax Quantitative Consulting Service (accounting)
- Improving Teacher Quality Higher Education
- IATA (International Air Transport Association) Training and Qualification Initiative (est. 2007)
- International Taste Quality Institute
- Institute for Total Quality Management (Switzerland)
- Individual Transferable Quota Management System (fishery allocation)
- Improving Teacher Quality Partnership (Indiana Commission for Higher Education; Indianapolis, IN)
- Improving Teacher Quality State Grants (part of No Child Left Behind)
- Intersubband Transitions in Quantum Wells (conference)
- Improved TARTAR Retrofit
- In the Red (record label)
- Income Tax Return
- Indemnité Temporaire de Retraite (French: Temporary Retirement Allowance)
- Independent Tank Regiment
- Independent Technical Review
- Independent Telephone Research (California)
- Industrial Technology Reliability Company (Bethlehem, PA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Called individual fishing quotas (IFQs) or individual transferable quotas (ITQs), "catch shares" are similar to the tradable privileges in the cap-and-trade regulation of carbon emissions.
Private Property Rights in World Fisheries: Individual Transferable Quotas.
Before turning to these examples, I wish to suggest that where strong territorially based use rights are vested in a community, or where a producers' organisation represents a community of fishers, Individual Transferable Quotas may be modified according to joint or collective ownership rights.
New Zealand and Iceland, for example, have adopted individual transferable quotas, or "ITQs.
In 1986, New Zealand created the best working model for a rights-based fisheries management system by dividing their fish into Individual Transferable Quotas (ITQs).
Individual Transferable Quotas ("ITQs"), are tradable fishing rights created by the National Marine Fisheries Service ("NMFS") and local fishery management councils in an attempt to alleviate the problem of overfishing, and achieve sustainable management in the United States.
In particular, the paper describes how using private and transferable property rights in the form of individual transferable quotas (ITQs) may address some of the problems in fisheries management.