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Name LJW van Hoof

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DescriptionEuropean Research Development
OrganizationWageningen Research
Organization UnitWageningen Marine Research - Other
Phone+31 317 487 173
Secretarial phone+31 317 480 900
Phone 2
Fax+31 317 487 326
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Visiting addressHaringkade 1
Postal addressPostbus 68


Expert Profile
  • Luc van Hoof (MSc fisheries economics 1988, PhD Marine Governance 2010) has built up experience as a fisheries economist and management consultant during 15 years in various African countries. Since 2000 he has been involved in European and Dutch fisheries research, both as head of the Fisheries Research Group of the WUR Agricultural Economics Research Institute and as head of the Seafood and Aquaculture group of IMARES. He has been involved in several activities concerning Governance in Fisheries Management, both at the level of stakeholder involvement in the policy process as in scientific support to policy development. In addition he has been coordinating several European studies focusing on the possible developments of the European Fisheries Management System especially on rights based management systems.
  • He is employed by the Institute for Marine Resources and Ecosystem Studies (IMARES) in the Netherlands. He is working at the WUR Environmental Policy Group on Institutional change in Fisheries and Marine Management. Luc van Hoof is member of the board of MARE, Centre for Marine Research, and is Vice-President of EFARO, the European Fisheries and Aquaculture Research Organisation. As member of both EFARO, MARE, EAFE, the EU Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) and observer of the EU North Sea Regional Advisory Committee, he is well known among the stakeholders of the fisheries scientific, management and fisheries sector community.
  • He has been part of and coordinated several EU funded research projects among which the FEUFAR project; the EU FP6 funded project which focussed on developing participatory scenarios to develop the research agenda for Europe to permit exploitation and farming of aquatic resources set against the context of key challenges and risks for meeting sustainability requirements. Currently he is coordinating the MESMA project which develops tools for the evaluation of Marine Spatial Plans.

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