Cambodia is in the process of developing skills and competence to prioritize and address research issues for the different levels of fisheries policy and management. This involves the acquisition of knowledge in institutional economics, political science and organizational sociology, and in appropriate research methodologies. This guidebook discusses key policy issues and the existing institutional and legal framework for inland capture fisheries management in Cambodia at the international, regional, national and local levels. It further identifies who the stakeholders are and the critical areas for policy research to provide input to policy-making and adaptive management.
Guide to fisheries policy research in Cambodia : the institutional and legal context
Sverdrup-Jensen, S., Degnbol, P., Ahmed, M. (2006)
WorldFish Center. Penang, Malaysia. 44 p.