The Evaluation of Governmental Research Institues of Turkey and Certain EU Member States Regarding to Marine Fisheries in Terms of Their Substructure and Researcher Characteristics

Senel Birceyudum Eman Gokseven, Ilknur Meric Turgut


The 30% of the world’s fisheries production has been supplied by aquaculture and it has been expanded more than 10% annually as stated by FAO. However, it is in a state of conflict with other facilities as waning the diversion of species, the revealing of invasive kinds and the competition of third countries via faced with challenges as environmental impacts. The European Union (EU), as one of the biggest importer in aquaculture sector, is focusing on research and innovation so as to increase the potential of natural resources and to overcome the issues as mentioned above. Within the scope of this research, it has been thought that the feasibilities of the research substructure are equal among Turkey and EU countries and they have been performing facilities in similar numbers and quality. In the mean time, as 7. Frame programme in the 2007-2013 period, Turkey has an unignorable shareholder potential and will be an important actor in terms of partnership in Horizon 2020 and other EU science programmes.

Keywords: Turkey, European Union, Marine Fisheries, Research Institues, Researcher Characteristics

DOI: 10.7176/JSTR/5-2-31

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