His scientific interests lie mostly in Fishing, Sustainability, Marine reserve, Spatial behavior and Fisheries management. His research in Fishing intersects with topics in Welfare economics, Opportunity cost and Econometrics. His work deals with themes such as Food marketing, Industrial organization, Supply chain and Organic certification, which intersect with Sustainability.
His studies deal with areas such as Marine Biology, Political economy, Nature Conservation and Discrete choice as well as Marine reserve. The various areas that Martin D. Smith examines in his Fisheries management study include Modern portfolio theory, Portfolio and Triple bottom line. His Economic impact analysis study deals with Resource management intersecting with Performance indicator, Fishery, Natural resource management and Management system.
His primary areas of investigation include Fishery, Environmental resource management, Fishing, Natural resource economics and Fisheries management. His work on Bioeconomics and Overfishing as part of general Fishery research is frequently linked to Hypoxia and Stock, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The concepts of his Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Beach nourishment, Shore, Sea level rise and Ecosystem management.
Martin D. Smith has included themes like Modern portfolio theory, Unobservable and Discrete choice in his Fishing study. His work carried out in the field of Natural resource economics brings together such families of science as Developing country, Artisanal fishing, Survey data collection and Aquaculture. Martin D. Smith works mostly in the field of Fisheries management, limiting it down to topics relating to Sustainability and, in certain cases, Natural resource, as a part of the same area of interest.
His primary scientific interests are in Fishery, Aquaculture, Natural resource economics, Sustainability and Production. Fishery is a component of his Fishing, Shrimp, Bioeconomics, Fur seal and Overexploitation studies. His work on Fish stock as part of general Fishing study is frequently linked to Social change, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Aquaculture study combines topics in areas such as Incentive, Tuna and Wild caught. His Natural resource economics study incorporates themes from Natural resource, Ecology, Investment, Food security and Public good. His Sustainability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Terms of trade, International economics and Fish market.
Martin D. Smith mostly deals with Aquaculture, Natural resource economics, Fishery, Fishing and Production. Martin D. Smith has researched Aquaculture in several fields, including Incentive and Induced innovation. His Natural resource economics research includes elements of Supply and demand, Scarcity and Market structure.
His Fishery research incorporates themes from Economic impact analysis and Ecology, Sustainability. His studies in Sustainability integrate themes in fields like Performance indicator, Corporate social responsibility, Fisheries management and Ecological health. The study incorporates disciplines such as Management system, Relative price and Shrimp in addition to Fishing.
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Sustainability and Global Seafood
Martin D. Smith;Cathy A. Roheim;Larry B. Crowder;Benjamin S. Halpern.
Economic impacts of marine reserves: the importance of spatial behavior
Martin D. Smith;James E. Wilen.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2003)
Avoiding surprises: Incorporating fisherman behavior into management models
James E. Wilen;Martin D. Smith;Dale Lockwood;Louis W. Botsford.
Bulletin of Marine Science (2002)
Fish is food--the FAO's fish price index.
Sigbjørn Tveterås;Frank Asche;Marc F. Bellemare;Martin D. Smith.
PLOS ONE (2012)
Fair Enough? Food Security and the International Trade of Seafood
Frank Asche;Marc F. Bellemare;Cathy Roheim;Martin D. Smith.
World Development (2015)
The Fishery Performance Indicators: A Management Tool for Triple Bottom Line Outcomes
James L. Anderson;Christopher M. Anderson;Jingjie Chu;Jennifer Meredith.
PLOS ONE (2015)
The Value of Disappearing Beaches: A hedonic pricing model with endogenous beach width
Sathya Gopalakrishnan;Martin D. Smith;Jordan M. Slott;A. Brad Murray.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2011)
The economics of spatial-dynamic processes: Applications to renewable resources
Martin D. Smith;James N. Sanchirico;James E. Wilen.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2009)
State dependence and heterogeneity in fishing location choice
Martin D. Smith.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2005)
Political economy of marine reserves: Understanding the role of opportunity costs
Martin D. Smith;John Lynham;James N. Sanchirico;James A. Wilson.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
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