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Maximum Economic Yield (MEY) in Fisheries Accounts

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Term: 
Maximum Economic Yield (MEY) in Fisheries Accounts
Domain: 
Environment
Definition: 
When relating total revenues from fishing to total fishing effort in a surplus production model, the value of the largest positive difference between total revenues and total costs of fishing (including the cost of labour and capital) with all inputs valued at their opportunity costs.
Source: 
OECD Glossary
المصطلح: 
الغلة المستدامة القصوى في حسابات مصائد الأسماك
المجال الأحصائي: 
البيئة
التعريف: 
أكبر غلّة متوازنة نظرياً يمكن الحصول عليها باستمرار (حسب المعدّل) من رصيد ما في ظل الشروط البيئية القائمة من دون التأثير بشكل كبير في عملية التكاثر.
المصدر: 
United Nations, European Commission, International Monetary Fund, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, World Bank, 2005, Handbook of National Accounting: Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting 2003, Studies in Methods, Series F, No.61, Rev.1, Glossary, United Nations, New York, para. 7.279 (translated).