The score explorer tailors preferences when deciding where to invest. The weighting criteria that apply to each category are assumed to be equal, despite knowing that the interests and motivations for aquaculture stakeholders differ. The score explorer allows users to decide the relevance of market, production, regulatory, environmental, and social factors to inform investment decisions.
Monthly import/export prices per species and production per country.
Consumption of seafood per capita.
Gross domestic product per capita, current prices and account balance.
Railway lines, air transport registered carrier departures, container port traffic.
Production of hatcheries and nurseries at egg and juvenile stage.
Absolute coastline measurements against relative coastline measurement.
Mobile phone subscription and amount of Internet users per country.
Aquaculture insurance awareness per country.
Government effectiveness, political stability and absence of violence/terrorism, regulatory quality, voice and accountability.
Time required to start a business, cost of business start-up procedures, burden of customs procedure.
Aquaculture license process duration.
Tax revenue (% of GDP), labour tax and contributions.
Area and proportion of national EEZ that falls into different depth classes.
Months within minimum and maximum temperature ranges for each species in an EEZ.
Area and proportion of EEZ that falls into different current speed classes.
Area and proportion of EEZ in different dissolved oxygen classes.
Rule of Law.
Sectoral value of aquaculture against total seafood value.
Grants and other revenue, Gross enrolment ratio, tertiary.
Control of Corruption: Percentile Rank.