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One common assumption in co-operative game theory is that 18 The Canada-United States Pacific Salmon Treaty implicit threats are introduced by both players. The threat is that if one player observes the other violating the spirit of co-operation, it will respond by reverting to competitive behaviour (Benhabib and Ferri 1987). With regard to bargaining and the management of transboundary renewable resources, we shall, at the risk of oversimplification, think of bargaining occurring over the division of anticipated net economic returns from the relevant fisheries, and secondly over management strategies.
Management preferences of the joint owner valuing the fishery most highly should be given free rein. That joint owner should then compensate its counterpart to the extent necessary to gain an agreement (Munro 1979, 1987). S. PACIFIC SALMON NEGOTIATIONS: A HISTORY As we noted earlier, the Pacific Salmon Treaty is the culmination of CanadianAmerican salmon negotiations on Pacific salmon extending back to the first decade of this century. To understand the treaty and its implications, it is necessary to examine briefly the history preceding the 1985 exchange of instruments of ratification.
S. responsibility for treaty implementation], which confers responsibility for implementing the Treaty on those directly affected by it, has a precursor. The 1976 Magnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act placed a premium on local participation in federal fisheries management, establishing elaborate procedures to promote this end. That 27 Gordon R. Munro and Robert L. S. implementing] Act. S. delegation, all of whose members drafted the legislation that was adopted by Congress and whose state, tribal and industry representatives outnumbered those of the federal government by at least four to one.