Doctor of Philosophy in Fisheries Economic


 


The Ph.D. in Fisheries Economics is a doctoral program. Candidates that have a strong interest in seafood marketing and fishing industry management, as well as a sense of responsibility, should apply. This course’s major goal is to give students a thorough understanding of important concepts in marine and fisheries economics. The numerous subjects include: efficiency and capacity measurement, bioeconomic modeling and empirical applications, marine and fisheries resource management, and non-market valuation applications in the marine environment. Because of the growing demand and importance of fisheries economics, various colleges and universities have begun to offer Ph.D. programs in the subject. This program has a two-year duration and a four-semester curriculum.


COURSES OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D) IN FISHERIES ECONOMICS :

SEMESTER I SEMESTER II
DFE 150 Advanced Microeconomics DFE 170 Environmental Economics
DFE 155 Advanced Macroeconomics DFE 175 Fisheries Planning and Policies
DFE 160 Advanced Econometrics DFE 180 Advanced Aquaculture Production Economics
DFE 165 Advanced Marketing and Price Analysis DFE 185 Marine Resource Economics
SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV
DFE 190 International Economics and Trade DFE 220 Advanced Statistical Methods
DFE 195 Market Intelligence DFE 230 Design Of Experiments
DFE 200 Linear Programming DFE 240 Forecasting Techniques
DFE 210 GIS Applications in Fisheries DFE 250 Advanced Research Methodology for Social Science

PH.D. (FISHERIES ECONOMICS): COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Given below are few of the important highlights of the program

Program Full Name DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN FISHERIES ECONOMICS
Program Level Degree
Duration of the Program 2 Years
Eligibility Post Graduation

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