Chapters address each stage of developing an aquaculture business, including financing, marketing, and developing a business plan to managing cash flows and analyzing financial statements. Each chapter includes a detailed example of practical application taken from every–day experience. Written in straightforward terminology facilitating ready application, Aquaculture Economics and Financing: Management and Analysis is an essential tool for analyzing and improving financial performance of aquaculture operations.
- Provides a practical and comprehensive understanding of aquaculture economics and financing
- Discusses key issues in business plan development; marketing; monitoring financial performance; and managing cash flow. assets, and business risk
- features examples of practical application in each chapter
- Includes an annotated bibliography and webliography detailing key resources and software products available for economic and financial analyses
I Managing Aquaculture Businesses.
1 Starting an Aquaculture Business.
2 Marketing Aquaculture Products.
3 Developing a Business Plan for Aquaculture.
4 Monitoring Economic and Financial Performance of Aquaculture Businesses.
5 Financing an Aquaculture Business.
6 Managing Cash Flow.
7 Managing Capital Assets in Aquaculture Businesses.
8 Managing Risk in Aquaculture Businesses.
9 Managing Labor.
II Economic and Financial Analysis of Aquaculture Businesses.
10 The Enterprise Budget and Partial Budgeting in Aquaculture.
11 Financial Statements: Balance Sheet and Income Statement in Aquaculture.
12 Cash Flow Analyses in Aquaculture.
13 Investment Analysis (Capital Budgeting) in Aquaculture.
14 Lending in Aquaculture.
III Research Techniques to Analyze Farm–Level Decision–Making.
15 Use and Misuse of Enterprise and Partial Budgets.
16 Risk Analysis in Production Aquaculture Research.
17 Whole–Farm Modeling of Aquaculture.
18 Managing Government Policies and Regulation in Aquaculture Businesses.