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Agricultura, sociedad y desarrollo

versión impresa ISSN 1870-5472

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CUELLAR-LUGO, Martha B. et al. Normative and Institutional Evolution of Aquaculture in Mexico. agric. soc. desarro [online]. 2018, vol.15, n.4, pp.541-564. ISSN 1870-5472.

At the global level, aquaculture has had continuous growth during the last 40 years, being one of the branches with highest sustained annual growth rate in the primary sector. Paradoxically, although Mexico has the environmental, economic and social conditions to maintain or exceed international trends, official figures show a limited growth. In this study the hypothesis suggested is that the normative and institutional instability, as well as the low continuity and follow-up in policies focused on aquaculture inhibit the growth of this productive sector. The objective was to analyze the normative and institutional evolution of aquaculture in Mexico, applying the method of Legal Science. Presidential decisions that determine institutions, organisms and agencies in charge of the organization, promotion and development of the aquaculture sector are specified chronologically. The results allowed concluding that due to the multiplicity of institutions and legislation in the matter, there is deficient development in this sector.

Palabras llave : aquaculture development; aquaculture legislation; aquaculture legal system.

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