NEW SPECIAL SESSION CALL
About the Special Sessions:
- Open Session: The Session Organizer will choose which accepted abstracts will be in his/her Session.
- Closed Session: A Closed Session is one where the Session Organizer pre-selects only certain authors to participate in the session.
- Mini-Workshop: In a Mini-Workshop, selected practitioners will teach a brief summary of how they conduct specific types of research and analyses.
If you already created a profile, choose “Returning user”. Enter your email address and password to access your account.
If you have forgotten your password, go to https://www.xcdsystem.com/iifet/member and select “Find My Account”.
If you are a first-time user, select “Click Here to Create a Profile” and fill in the respective fields. Once done, you can submit your abstract(s).
You will also receive a confirmation email with your password. You may update your password at any time by clicking on "Update Profile".
- The new Early Abstract Call will be opened until October 18, 2021.
ACEPTED SPECIAL SESSIONS
Instructions to update/withdraw previously accepted Special Sessions:
For a previously accepted Special Session, go to https://www.xcdsystem.com/iifet/abstract/index.cfm?ID=oFtVll6 and select “Returning User”. Enter your email address and password to access your account.
Or, you can go to https://www.xcdsystem.com/iifet/member and select “Find My Account”. Enter your Last name (Surname) and email address and select one of the on-screen options to obtain a Reset Password email or a Login Link.
- Once inside your profile, choose “Update your previously submitted IIFET 2020 Special Session for IIFET 2022”, and:
- If you wish to modify/update your Special Session, click on “Edit Session”
- If you wish remove/withdraw your Special Session, click on “Withdraw Session” (red button)
- Make the changes or remove and “Update” session.
The deadline to update or withdraw accepted special sessions is 18 October 2021.
- COVID-19 Effects
- Economics of Aquaculture
- Seafood Markets and Trade
- Certification of Fisheries and Aquaculture and Consumer Behaviour
- Economics of Recreational Fisheries and Tourism
- Fishery Governance, Policy and Management
- Governance and Management of High Seas and Straddling Stock Fisheries
- Rights-based Fishery Management and Co-management
- Economic, Bioeconomic and Ecological-Economic Modeling
- Ecosystem-based Management and Integrated Assessments
- Marine Spatial Planning and Multiple Use Management
- Spatial Management and Marine Protected Areas
- Managing Small-scale and Developing Country Fisheries
- The gender dimension of fisheries and aquaculture
- Contribution of fisheries and aquaculture to nutrition, food security and poverty in developing countries
- Value chains in fisheries and aquaculture
- Open Session: Aquaculture Economics and Markets
- Open Session: Improving institutions to mitigate externalities across multiple sectors and jurisdictions
- Open Session: Gender, entrepreneurship and poverty alleviation
- Open Session: A small-scale fisheries academy platform to support implementing the SSF Guidelines
- Open Session: Game theory and fisheries
- Open Session: Should Economic Considerations be Included in Management Strategy Evaluations?
- Open Session: Gendered Value Chains in Fisheries and Aquaculture
- Open Session: Use of non-market values in fisheries and marine resource management
- Open Session: Building political will for fisheries improvement
- Open Session: Adapting Fisheries to Climate Change
- Open Session: Evaluating the inputs to governance for the purpose of improving performance outcomes
- Open Session: Economics of marine lower trophic species
- Open Session: Supporting the transitions of fisheries communities
- Open Session: Assessing the sustainability of aquaculture along the value chain: interdisciplinary approaches
- Open Session: Managing Transhipment and International Trade
- Open Session: Understanding Distributional Issues in Fisheries Management
- Open Session: Case Studies in Fisheries Economics and Management
- Open Session: Emerging Technologies for Harnessing Value in Marine Fisheries
- Open Session: Concentration, fishing rights and equity in the fisheries sector
- Open Session: Using economics to allocate fishing rights between recreational and commercial fisheries in complex socioecological systems
- Open Session: Markets and market opportunities for small-scale fishery products
- Open Session: Management in EU Fisheries
- Open Session: Refocusing fisheries governance: from the aggregated to the local level
- Opens Session: Should we harvest fish from the Ocean Twilight Zone?
- Open Session: The Economics of Marine Protected Species
- Closed Session: Mediterranean Aquaculture Integrated Development (MedAid). Social and economic implications
- Closed Session: Illuminating Hidden Harvests: The Contributions of Small-Scale Fisheries to Sustainable Development
- Closed Session: Implementing FAO voluntary guidelines on small scale fisheries s into national fisheries policy for food security and poverty eradication in Sri Lanka
- Closed Session: EU fisheries in distant waters: lessons learned from the FarFish project
- Closed Session: Global Fisheries Subsidies and Public Support-Searching for Clarity
- Mini-workshop: Gender Action Learning System - introduction and learning its use