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Jenny C. Sun

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GMRI

350 Commercial Street

Portland, Maine,04101

United States

Company Description

About GMRI: The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI): GMRI is unique in its capacity to catalyze solutions to the complex challenges of stewardship and economic growth. GMRI provides an unusual mix of science, education and community programs to sustain bot...more

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Employment History

Visiting Scientist

Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission


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Jenny Sun, Ph.D.
Contact Information Jenny Sun Jenny Sun , Ph.D. Senior Marine Resource Economist Phone: (207) 228-1658 jsun@gmri.org Biography The primary focus of Jenny's research is to apply research and policy analysis relating to marine resources economics and rights-based management. She is experienced and knowledgeable about the global seafood industry and her interests in fisheries resource economics cover a number of topics, particularly on the market incentives-based management for the sustainability of the marine and coastal resources, as well as bio-economic modeling and marine spatial planning economics issues. Jenny has organized and participated in many international meetings on the economics of tuna fisheries and institutions. Currently (2010-2013) she serves as the co-Principal Investigator for the National Science Foundation project under Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems Program Fishscape: Complex Dynamics of the Eastern Pacific Tuna Fishery to model the human and natural elements of the complex system which includes the oceans, the fish, the fishers, the markets, and the political policies.


Gulf of Maine Research Institute

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Jenny Sun, Ph.D.
Contact Information Jenny Sun Jenny Sun, Ph.D. Senior Marine Resource Economist Phone: (207) 228-1658 jsun@gmri.org Biography The primary focus of Jenny's research is to apply research and policy analysis relating to marine resources economics and rights-based management. She is experienced and knowledgeable about the global seafood industry and her interests in fisheries resource economics cover a number of topics, particularly on the market incentives-based management for the sustainability of the marine and coastal resources, as well as bio-economic modeling and marine spatial planning economics issues. Jenny has organized and participated in many international meetings on the economics of tuna fisheries and institutions. Currently (2010-2013) she serves as the co-Principal Investigator for the National Science Foundation project under Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems Program Fishscape: Complex Dynamics of the Eastern Pacific Tuna Fishery to model the human and natural elements of the complex system which includes the oceans, the fish, the fishers, the markets, and the political policies.


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"By analyzing fishery landings and economics data, we are identifying the marketing strategies and business plans that will help strengthen the industry and best position it to be successful in the marketplace," said Jenny Sun, GMRI Resource Economist.


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Jenny Sun
Contact Information Jenny Sun Jenny Sun Senior Marine Resource Economist Phone: (207) 228-1658 jsun@gmri.org Biography The primary focus of Jenny's research is to apply research and policy analysis relating to marine resources economics and rights-based management. She is experienced and knowledgeable about the global seafood industry and her interests in fisheries resource economics cover a number of topics, particularly on the market incentives-based management for the sustainability of the marine and coastal resources, as well as bio-economic modeling and marine spatial planning economics issues. Jenny has organized and participated in many international meetings on the economics of tuna fisheries and institutions. Currently (2010-2013) she serves as the co-Principal Investigator for the National Science Foundation project under Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems Program Fishscape: Complex Dynamics of the Eastern Pacific Tuna Fishery to model the human and natural elements of the complex system which includes the oceans, the fish, the fishers, the markets, and the political policies.


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Jenny Sun
Jenny Sun Jenny Sun sees New England as a prime place to gain insights into the economics of rights-based fishery management. As GMRI's new Senior Marine Resource Economist, Sun has begun building a research platform to understand the New England groundfish industry's landmark transition to a catch share system. She is examining how sensitive the market is to the quantity of landings and what happens when those landings are redistributed, as they have been under the new sector system. Her work with GMRI's Community Team will identify business models that may enhance groundfish sector viability and profitability. "I'm very interested in finding the marketing strategy to increase the value of landings sustainably without losing the diversity in employment," said Sun. "Groundfish sectors here will serve as an innovative example globally about how to improve the wealth of the industry and communities." Sun is also delving into the dynamics of New England's lobster industry, with a focus on how to optimally manage lobster landings in Maine with respect to economic value. Originally from Taiwan, Sun comes from a maritime family. Her research spans international trade, marine resources, climate change, and fisheries management. After earning a Ph.D. from Cornell University, she spent 17 years teaching fishery resource economics at the National Taiwan Ocean University. She has also worked with the University of California San Diego, the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission, the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, and other organizations, with a broad focus on global policy analysis.


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