Fellows of IIFET

The Executive Committee of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade established the IIFET Fellows recognition in 2010. The recognition is given every two years at the IIFET Biennial Conference.

The main criterion for selection of Fellows shall be substantial, long-term, ongoing contributions to the advancement and development of economic theory and analysis in the areas of fisheries, aquaculture and/or seafood trade. Achievements may be evidenced by research, teaching, academic service and/or policy impact.

IIFET Fellows Selection Committee History

Seattle 2018: James Anderson, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of fisheries economics.
Seattle 2018: Cathy Roheim, in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the field of fisheries economics.
Scotland 2016: Colin Clark, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of fisheries economics.

Introduction of Clark and Munro given by IIFET President Dan Holland at IIFET 2016 Scotland conference. The presentation can be viewed here. The 2016 Fellows' Address, Capital Theory and the Economics of Fisheries: Implications for Policy, has been accepted for forthcoming publication in the journal Marine Resource Economics; expected publication is in issue 2 of the 2017 volume
Scotland 2016: Gordon Munro, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of fisheries economics.

Introduction of Clark and Munro given by IIFET President Dan Holland at IIFET 2016 Scotland conference. The presentation can be viewed here. The 2016 Fellows' Address, Capital Theory and the Economics of Fisheries: Implications for Policy, has been accepted for forthcoming publication in the journal Marine Resource Economics; expected publication is in issue 2 of the 2017 volume
Australia 2014: Lee Anderson, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of fisheries economics.
Australia 2014: Rögnvaldur Hannesson, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of fisheries economics.
Tanzania 2012: James Wilen, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of fisheries economics.

Publishing information for Dr. Wilen's Presentation:
Wilen, James. 2013. The Challenges of Pro-Poor Fisheries Reform. Marine Resource Economics 28(3):203-222.
Montpellier 2010: Anthony Scott, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of fisheries economics.

Publishing information for Dr. Scott's Presentation:
Scott, Anthony. 2011. The Pedigree of Fishery Economics. Marine Resource Economics 26 (1):75-85.