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An Evaluation of Strategy in Aquaculture between Two Sides of Taiwan Strait
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Aquaculture|
SWOT Analysis;Aquaculture Cooperation;Aquaculture Economics;Michael Porter’s Five Forces Model;Game Theory
|Issue Date: ||2011-06-28T07:45:43Z
Abstract:<P>The easing of political tension between the two sides of Taiwan Strait is providing a huge space to cooperate tightly and efficiently for both parties in future. Aquaculture is very important for both sides concerns. It provides not only food protein but also job opportunity. Thus, aquaculture has a significant effect on their economies, societies and even politics. Aquaculture in Taiwan and mainland China has been development for a long time. An advantage in Taiwan is owning highly advanced technologies. However, China has abundant resources and is a huge market. Such complementary situations between two sides may provide a good cooperation in aquaculture development on a regional scale.</P> <P>The objective of this research is to find the similarity and/or difference of aquaculture development from industry, academic and government concerns between the two sides. Data collection may include primary and secondary sources which may help us to understand how the policy and strategy would be made by the central and local governments. The SWOT analysis, Porter's five forces analysis and Game Theory are able to evaluate and compare the strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats between two sides in aquaculture development. As the result, a good policy and strategy may be proposed to cooperate efficiently for both sides in industry, academic and government levels.</P>
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