This book reviews the performance and effectiveness of the Community Development Quotas (CDQ) programs that were formed as a result of the Sustainable Fisheries Act of 1996. The CDQ program is a method of allocating access to fisheries to eligible communities with the intent of promoting local social and economic conditions through participation in fishing-related activities. The book looks at those Alaskan fisheries that have experience with CDQs, such as halibut, pollock, sablefish, and crab, and comments on the extent to which the programs have met their objectives—helping communities develop ongoing commercial fishing and processing activities, creating employment opportunities, and providing capital for investment in fishing, processing, and support projects such as infrastructure. It also considers how CDQ-type programs might apply in the Western Pacific.
National Research Council. 1999. The Community Development Quota Program in Alaska. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/6114.
|2 Description of the CDQ Region and Fishery||15-46|
|3 Overview of the Community Development Program||47-71|
|4 Evaluation of the Performance of Community Development Quota Program||72-102|
|5 Broader Issues and Considerations||103-117|
|6 Communities and Fisheries of the Western Pacific||118-135|
|7 Conclusions and Recommendations||136-143|
|Appendix A: Authorizing Legislation||153-154|
|Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of the Committee's Members||155-156|
|Appendix C: Acknowledgments||157-159|
|Appendix D: State of Alaska CDQ Regulations||160-171|
|Appendix E: Federal CDQ Regulations||172-188|
|Appendix F: Investments Pursued By CDQ Groups||189-207|
|Appendix G: Glossary||208-215|
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