John Beddington - Curriculum vitae#


Professor John Beddington specialises in the application of economics and biology to particular problems in the management of fisheries and other renewable resources. He has particular expertise in the design of licensing regimes and the optimal analysis of management strategies for fisheries. He has been at Imperial College since 1984, he was promoted to Reader in 1987 and is currently Professor of Applied Population Biology.

He has acted as a Senior Advisor in fisheries development and management to several major national and international bodies including the British Government, the European Commission and the United Nations Environment Programme and Food and Agriculture Organisation. In June 1997 he was awarded the Heidelberg Award for Environmental Excellence and in 2000 he became a Fellow of the Royal Society. In 2003 he was awarded the Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George by the Queen for services to fisheries science and management.

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