Biography John Roald Isaksen
Scientist at Nofima’s Department for Industrial Economics since 1998. Holds a PhD in social sciences (economics/strategy).
I work with business and economic issues in the value chain for fish – from catch to consumer – often in the form of evaluations of regulatory initiatives for the industry. Former fields of work include subsidies, vertical integration, environmental taxes, harvesting strategies and structure.
John Roald Isaksen has 54 publications at Nofima:
20. August 2020 – 31. December 2028
The vision of SFI Harvest: Pioneering the lower-trophic fisheries – Innovations to unlock the blue bioeconomic potential.
1. December 2019 – 31. January 2021
How do catch regulations affect catch efficiency, quality and fuel consumption? And how should the authorities avoid goal conflicts when more and more goals are to be achieved through catch regulations?
1. June 2017 – 31. May 2021
One fifth of EU catches originate from non-EU waters. These fisheries are often poorly regulated, management decisions are sometimes based on limited knowledge and enforcement capabilities, compliance and trust between stakeholders tend to lack.
1. April 2016 – 31. March 2020
Climate changes are happening right now and they are threatening sustainable growth in aquaculture and fisheries worldwide. ClimeFish wants to draw the focus to the necessity of change, both when it comes to using opportunities while mitigating risks under the effects of climate change on aquaculture and fisheries.
1. March 2015 – 28. February 2019
The overall aim of PrimeFish is to improve the economic sustainability of European fisheries and aquaculture sectors.
1. April 2011 – 30. March 2019
The goal of the centre was a paradigm shift within fisheries technology.
1. March 2011 – 28. February 2015
The main objective of this work package is to estimate and quantify how climate changes impact Arctic fisheries and aquaculture, and the livelihood of communities and economic actors depending of these industries.