91 Indiana Law Journal Supplement 105 (2016)
Part I of this Note will address the reasons why intergovernmental organizations have failed to adequately regulate the commercial fishing of Bluefin tuna. Part II offers an analysis of the Bluefin markets in the United States and Japan and argues that these countries are ideal candidates for successful Bluefin regulation because of their market structures. Part III explores the likelihood that the two countries would implement such regulations, taking into account the respective governments’ histories of species-specific regulation.
Bauer, Sarah E.
"Picking Up the Slackline: Can the United States and Japan Successfully Regulate Commercial Fishing of Bluefin Tuna Following Failed Intergovernmental Attempts?,"
Indiana Law Journal: Vol. 91:
5, Article 8.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ilj/vol91/iss5/8