Daniel Georgianna

Chancellor Professor Emeritus

SMAST / Fisheries Oceanography

508-910-6378

508-910-6374

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SMAST EAST (836 South Rodney French Blvd, New Bedford) 304


Education

1965 College of the Holy Cross B.S. in Mathematics
1977 University of Massachusetts Amherst Ph.D. in Economics

Teaching

  • Website
  • http://www.smast.umassd.edu/Fisheries/

Research interests

  • Marine resource economics
  • Comparative economic systems
  • Economic history

Research activities

  • Achieving optimum yield in the scallop fishery by confronting yellowtail flounder bycatch, with Steven X. Cadrin, Cate O’Keefe, & Greg DeCelles
  • River herring bycatch avoidance in small mesh fisheries, with Kevin Stokesbury
  • Climate-related ecosystem variability along the eastern seaboard of North America and its potential effects on management of Atlantic cod and haddock on Georges Bank, with James Bisagni
  • The effect of days at sea limits on technical efficiency, with Eric Thunberg & Jim Kirkley

Select publications

Dankel, D., N. Jacobson, D. Georgianna and S. Cadrin (2009).
Can we increase haddock yield within the constraints of the Magnuson-Stevens Act?
Fisheries Research, 100, 240-247.

Georgianna, D., J. Kirkley and E. Thunberg (2008).
The effect of days at sea limits on technical efficiency
Papers & Proceedings, Fourteenth Biennial Conference, International Institute for Fisheries Economics and Trade

Georgianna, D., and D. Shrader (2008).
The effects of days at sea on employment, income, and hours of work: Some preliminary evidence
Human Ecology Review, 15(1), 185-193.

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