The Ocean

New research reveals the true extent of corruption in fisheries

Something fishy: corruption is making the trade in fish a threat to sustainability Image: Pixabay

Yifei Yan

LSE Fellow in Social Policy, London School of Economics

Adam Graycar

Professor in Public Policy, University of Adelaide

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The fisheries value chain is complex and vulnerable to corruption at each stage Image: UNODC

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