Economic assessments and studies
Economic assessments and studies
- Economic assessment of the impacts of Hurricane Katrina on the Mississippi commercial fishing fleet - Net damages to the commercial fishing establishments reached $33.6 million. These net damages accounted for 95.1% of total damages, which indicates that insurance payments covered 4.9% of total damages.
- Economic damages of Hurricane Gustav to seafood processors and dealers, marinas, and livebait dealers in coastal Mississippi - Economic damages of Hurricane Gustav to seafood processors and dealers, marinas, and livebait dealers in coastal Mississippi
- Economic assessment of the impacts of Hurricane Katrina on Mississippi charter boats for hire, marinas, and livebait dealers
- Suggested approach to estimate economic impacts of Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant research, education, and outreach programs - This publication demonstrates how standard economic impact analysis can be used to estimate the marginal economic impacts of Sea Grant projects in Mississippi and Alabama.
- Economic sectors targeted by the MASGC research, extension, education and outreach programs - This preliminary study provides general information about the benefits the region’s industries have gained from research, extension, education and outreach efforts sponsored by the Gulf of Mexico Sea Grant Programs.
- Economic assessments of the impact of Hurricane Katrina on Mississippi seafood processors and dealers - This assessment was undertaken to determine the level of damage sustained as a result of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi.
- Consumer preferences for postharvest processed raw oyster products in Southern California - Personal and telephone interviews were conducted to evaluate consumer preferences for postharvest-processed raw oyster products in southern California in 2003 and in 2007.
- Consumer preferences for irradiated oysters - Processors of irradiated raw oyster products have the potential to increase sales quantity and revenue by responding to the market segments identified by the results of this survey.
- Opinions of U.S. Consumers Toward Oysters: Results of a 2000-2001 Survey - Survey results identify characteristics and opinions of oyster consumers and nonconsumers.
- Economic alternatives for Gulf of Mexico oyster processing - The overall goal of this paper is to provide economic benchmarks for commercially viable postharvest processing systems for raw oyster products in the Gulf of Mexico.
- Comparative enterprise budgets for public and private oyster relaying
- Oyster relaying enterprise budgets
- Socioeconomic characteristics of Mississippi lifetime sportsmen - An online and mailed survey was conducted to verify the contact information and determine the saltwater fishing preferences of holders of the Mississippi Lifetime Sportsman License.
- Economic impacts of the Mississippi seafood industry by major species in 2009 - Estimates of the economic impact of seafood harvesting, processing, wholesaling, restaurant, and retailing sectors in Mississippi by major species, primarily shrimp, oyster, crab, and finfish.
- License and size profiles of Mississippi seafood and commercial and recreational fishing sectors
- Economic impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on Mississippi seafood and commercial and saltwater recreational sectors in 2010 - This bulletin presents the results of an economic survey of the impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on business operations of Mississippi seafood and commercial and saltwater recreational fishing establishments in 2010.
- Consumer preferences for postharvest-processed raw oyster products in Coastal Mississippi - This consumer survey evaluated consumer preferences for postharvest processed raw oyster products in coastal Mississippi.