FAO fish indices enhance global seafood price evaluations

Dr. Frank Asche Dr. Sigbjørn L. Tveterås

Data give greater understanding of underlying drivers in seafood markets The FAO indices compare the relative supply and demand-related pricing of individual species or sectors against an aggregate index. Wild-capture species typically have higher prices, with lower pricing for farmed seafood. A growing share of global seafood trade is dominated by a limited number of…

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  • Dr. Frank Asche

    Dr. Frank Asche

    University of Stavanger
    4036 Stavanger, Norway


  • Dr. Sigbjørn L. Tveterås

    Dr. Sigbjørn L. Tveterås

    University of Stavanger
    4036 Stavanger, Norway