Unformatted text preview: for a smaller amount of people thus reducing the strain on the fish population. d) By not allowing the amount of active fishermen to decrease, extra strain on the fish population remains and thus the population continues to decrease. e) By giving the fishermen more confidence in their future prospects, they will work to conserve their primary source of income’s future viability, similar in fashion to cattle farmers. f) By enforcing a high priced fishing license for all fishermen, the cost to attempt the profession will increase and thus decrease the number of people that would want to enter it in the future....
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- Fall '08
- Microeconomics, Fishing, The Real World, Fisherman, Adam Petrone, Adam Petrone MicroEconomics