꽭뀡젙蹂
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뿰궗젙蹂
[Speaker]
Retrospective an Prospective of China Fishery Management
FAN Xu-Bing
Beijing Seabridge Marketing and Consulting Co.


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겕 15 years experiences in food marketing, promotion and consulting for seafood, meat, agro-products and FMCG etc.
겕 Good at marketing strategy planning, trainer셲 training and market plan implementation
겕 Systematic study of MBA and cross-cultural working experiences
겕 Mature personality and responsible working attitude and could bear higher working pressure and frequent travel
겕 Fluent English, computer and relevant working skills
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[Keynote Speaker]
Blue Growth in Norwegian Aquaculture and Fisheries
Dilek AYHAN
Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries
Deputy Minister
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Ms Dilek Ayhan is State Secretary in the Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries. In that capacity she has responsibilities for matters relating to the maritime industries including shipping, industrial research and innovation, tourism, export financing and international/bilateral relations and trade policy. She is the co-founder and former Managing Director (2008-2013) of Alarga, a company established to strengthen the competitiveness of Norwegian businesses by strengthening individual companies' intellectual capacity. Ms Ayhan is a former manager of JADE, a European network for young entrepreneurs, and has during the past 12 years been serving on the board of several organizations working with diversity management and intercultural communication. In 2012, she received the OXLO Prize from the Oslo municipality for her significant efforts to create an inclusive and open city, free of prejudice and racism. Ms Ayhan holds a degree in Engineering from Oslo University College.
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[Speaker]
Retrospective & Prospective of Australian Fisheries Management
Caleb GARDNER
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies(IMAS)
Principle Research Fellow
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Caleb GARDNER is a Fisheries Scientist and Director of Sustainable Marine Research at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania in South East Australia. Research is mainly on the larger marine industries of farmed Atlantic salmon and wild harvest blacklip abalone and southern rock lobster. Activities also span many other operations including recreational fisheries, scalefish, crabs, scallops and oyster culture.

He has qualifications in both economics and biology, which interact in his research on commercial fisheries. His research on wild fisheries species generally have the objective of ensuring sustainable production and community benefit from Australia셲 fisheries. This has included the increased use of bioeconomic models in coastal fisheries for setting catches and assessing other regulations. Most of Australia셲 largest fisheries are managed with individual transferrable quota and are increasingly being managed to target economic yield. This benefit has however also come with issues of changes in the community benefit from these fisheries. A/Prof Gardner has also been involved in research attempting to harmonise management systems and processes across fisheries in Australia, including consistent approaches to stock status reporting, harvest strategies, and objective setting.
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[Speaker]
Retrospective & Prospective of Korean Fisheries Policy
RYU Jeong-Gon
Korea Maritime Institute(KMI)
Senior Research Fellow
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Dr. Ryu Jeong-gon is a senior research fellow in Fisheries Policy Research Division, Korea Maritime Institute, Korea. He received a Ph.D. degree in Resource Economy from Pukyung National University. Since his joining in KMI, he served as a director of Fishery Policy Division, Fishery Resource Research Division and Korea-US Marine Policy Center as well as a research auditor.
He became a vice-chairman of the KSFBA (Korean Society of Fisheries Business Administration) after years of service as a director. Also, he is a director of the KSFME (Korea Society for Fisheries and Marine Science Education), a vice chairman of Korea Aqua Forum and Korea Marine Resource Forum.
Dr. Ryu has substantially contributed to the introduction of TAC and Self-regulated fishery and Marine Ranching System. Recently, he has introduced new model for aquaculture industry, so-called 쁞uilding aquaculture and continued related researches including legislation.
Dr. Ryu has been highly active in ODA project such as Malawi셲 aquaculture project sponsored by Africa Development Bank and other ODA projects in Southeast Asia and Africa. Most of all, he has been dedicated himself to introduce Korea셲 fishery policy and its future plan through various public lecture and seminar for academic and business.
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[Chair]

JANG Young-Soo
Pukyong National University(PKNU)
Professor

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Professor Jang Yong-su is studying and teaching marine and fisheries management at College of Fisheries Science, Pukyong National University.
He earned B.A. degree in Marine and Fisheries Management, and Ph.D. from Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan. Currently, he is the profess at Pukyong National University. He was a visiting professor of Washington University, U.S., and special researcher of Tokyo University, Japan. Also, he coordinated an international exchange program with Las Palmas University, Spain, Northern Hokkaido University, Japan, and marine affair universities in China. He served as a chairperson of College of Fisheries Science, and member of Fishery policy committee, Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries. Currently, he is an expert member of Food Safety Policy Advisory Committee, Office for Government Policy Coordination, and a director of KFPA (Korea Fisheries Infrastructure Promotion Association).
He is teaching subjects like marketing, fishery product logistics, fishery management, marine and fishery policy, international fishery management, and also he is carrying out various collaborative works with Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries and KMI. Profess Jang has a special interest in future of global fishery industry and its development strategy, and for this reason, he is involved in international cooperation program for LDCs including technology transfer and training courses.
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