WP 4: Regional and global economic consequences of regime shifts in fish production

PI: Renato Salvatteci, University of Kiel, CAU

The underlying objective of WP4 is to evaluate economic consequences of changes in the main commercial fish species and interactions with food markets. In a first task the impacts of tipping points on the domestic food markets will be observed, in a second task the down-stream impacts on global markets for fish meal and fish oil are examined.

Dr. Renato Salvatteci

Postdoctoral Researcher

Center for Ocean and Society

Kiel University

Neufeldstraße 10
24118 Kiel
Alemania

renato.salvatteci@ifg.uni-kiel.de
Tel. +49 431 880 5633

Working field within Humboldt Tipping:

  • Regional and global economic consequences of regime shifts in fish

Hanna Thordsen

PhD Student

Center for Ocean and Society

Kiel University

Neufeldstraße 10
24118 Kiel
Germany

hthordsen@ae.uni-kiel.de
Tel.

Working field within Humboldt Tipping:

  • Economic Consequences of Ocean Stressors

Dr. Julia Bronnmann

Postdoctoral Researcher

Center for Ocean and Society

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

Neufeldstraße 10
24118 Kiel
Germany

bronnmann@economics.uni-kiel.de
Tel. +49 431 880 5633

Working field within Humboldt Tipping:

  • Regional and global economic consequences of regime shifts in fish production

Dr. Renato Guevara

Senior Scientist

Instituto del Mar del Peru (IMARPE)
Esquina Gamarra y General Valle S/N
Chucuito Callao
Peru

rguevara@imarpe.gob.pe
Tel.

Working field within Humboldt Tipping:

  • Regional and global economic consequences of regime shifts in fish production