Economics of Shrimp Farming

authored by: Biswabas Patra
ISBN: 9789390591107 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 184 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2021
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 15.64 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 452 GMS
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Keywords

shrimp farming, production, india, study, methodology, impacts, socio-economic, management, marketing, environmental issues, policies, recommendations, sustainable practices

This book comprises eight chapters, the first of which provides an introduction to the subject matter, outlining the problem, global shrimp production, shrimp production in India, the significance of the study, its objectives, methodology, and limitations. The second chapter presents a review of existing research on shrimp farming and its economic, social, and environmental impacts. The third chapter focuses on the socio-economic profile of shrimp farmers. The fourth chapter examines shrimp farm management and marketing practices. The fifth chapter assesses the socio-economic impacts of shrimp farming. The sixth chapter explores the environmental issues associated with shrimp farming. The seventh chapter evaluates the current policies related to shrimp farming. The final chapter summarizes the key findings and offers recommendations for sustainable, economically viable, and environmentally friendly shrimp farming practices.

This book is of great value to pisciculture students, academics, policymakers, fish farmers, fish traders and exporters, and other stakeholders, and it will contribute to shaping public policy for economically viable and environmentally sustainable shrimp farming in the future.

1. Introduction, 2. Review of Literature, 3. Socio-Economic Profile of Shrimp Farmers, 4. Shrimp Farm Management and Marketing,5. Socio-Economic Impact Shrimp Culture, 6. Environmental Impact of Shrimp Culture, 7. Evaluation of Existing Policies, 8. Findings, Policy Prescription and Conclusion

 

 

 
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