Melvil Decimal System: 338.37270
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Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology
Public Administration, Military Science
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Capital; Labor; Wages
Of Land & Natural Resources
Socialism; Communism; Fascism; Anarchism
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Macroeconomics, Wealth Inequality, etc.
Water products; Fish, ice, etc.
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Works under MDS 338.37270
- Men's Lives by Peter Matthiessen
- Malay Fishermen: Their Peasant Economy (Norton Library) by Raymond Firth
- Down to the sea by John Little
- Fishing a Borderless Sea: Environmental Territorialism in the North Atlantic, 1818-1910 (Environmental History) by Brian J. Payne
- Fishing Places, Fishing People: Traditions and Issues in Canadian Small-Scale Fisheries by Dianne Newell
- Maine Sea Fisheries: The Rise and Fall of a Native Industry, 1830-1890 by Wayne M. O'Leary
- In Danger at Sea: Adventures of a New England Fishing Family by Samuel S. Cottle
- Fishing Up North: Stories of Luck and Loss in Alaskan Waters by Bradford Matsen
- Fishing and Whaling (Scotland's Past in Action) by Angus Martin
- Halen en brengen : visserĳ door de eeuwen heen by Dick Schaap
- Making Fishery Agreements Work: Post-Agreement Bargaining in the Barents Sea by Geir Hønneland
- The Fish Factory: Work and Meaning for Black and White Fishermen of the American Menhaden Industry by Barbara J. Garrity-Blake
- Fishing Villages in Tokugawa Japan (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies) by Arne Kalland
- Troubled Waters: A Social and Cultural History of Ireland's Sea Fisheries by Jim Mac Laughlin
- Still Fishin': The BC Fishing Industry Revisited by Alan Haig-Brown
- The resilient outport: Ecology, economy, and society in rural Newfoundland (Social and economic papers) by Rosemary Ommer
- Fisheries Management in Japan: Its institutional features and case studies: 34 (Fish & Fisheries Series) by Mitsutaku Makino
- Business in Great Waters by John Dyson
- Fisheries and Aquaculture Research Capabilities and Needs in Latin America: Studies of Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Ecuador, and Peru (World Bank Technical Paper) by The World Bank
- Controlling Common Property: Regulating Canada's East Coast Fishery by Ralph Matthews
- Community, State, and Market on the North Atlantic Rim: Challenges to Modernity in the Fisheries (Studies in Comparative by Richard Apostle
- Transforming the fisheries : neoliberalism, nature, and the commons by Patrick Bresnihan
- Fishing Wars and Environmental Change in Late Imperial and Modern China by Micah S. Muscolino
- The Royal Navy in the Cod Wars : Britain and Iceland in confllict 1958-1961, 1972-73, 1975-76 by Andrew Welch
- Fisheries of the Pacific Northwest Coast (Volume 2): Sport and Nontraditional Fisheries by C. D. Bay-Hansen
- Scots and Their Fish by G W Lockhart
- Fishers of the Visayas: Visayas Maritime Anthropological Studies by Iwao Ushijima
- The Cornish fishing industry : a brief history by Dave Smart
- The ocean's gift: fishing in Lowestoft during the pre-industrial era, 1550-1750 by David Butcher
- Historical perspectives of fisheries exploitation in the Indo-Pacific by (Postdoctoral Fellow) Joseph Christensen
- The EU Common Fisheries Policy (Oxford European Community Law Library) by Robin Churchill
- Improving the collection, management, and use of marine fisheries data by National Research Council ...
- Africa's inland fisheries : the management challenge by Kim Geheb
- European Fisheries Law: From Promotion to Management by Till Markus
- An oral history of the Tasmanian seafood industry Volume 1, North eastern Tasmania by Julian J. Harrington
- The Fishes of the Sea: Commercial and Sport Fishing in New England by Dave Preble
- Comparative evaluations of innovative fisheries management global experiences and European prospects by Kjellrun Hiis Hauge
- The Healing Stream by Laurence Catlow
- Fishers and Plunderers: Theft, Slavery and Violence at Sea by A. D. Couper
- Bryant Freeman : all things fishing by Doug Underhill
- Fisheries in Sri Lanka : anthropological and biological aspects by K Sivasubramaniam
- Review of Fisheries in OECD Countries : Vol. 1: Policies and Summary Statistics 2003 by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development
- Valuing Fisheries - An Economic Framework by Tor Hundloe
- Review of Fisheries in OECD Countries 2009 : Policies and Summary Statistics by oecd publishing
- Bycatch solutions : a handbook for fishers in non-trawl fisheries by Duncan Leadbitter
- Examen de l'OCDE des pêcheries : Statistiques nationales 2015 by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Develop
- ESD and fisheries : what, why, how and when : a stakeholders workshop : proceedings : Geelong Performing Arts Centre, Geelong Victoria, 23-24 March 2000 by David Charles Smith
- The Future of the Atlantic Fisheries by Ernie Weeks
- Final report - fisheries by Australia.,
- Report of the Seventh Session of the Regional Commission for Fisheries - Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran, 14-16 May 2013 ENGLISH/ARABIC
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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