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San Diego Fishing Industry and the Theory of Transactional Clusters

San Diego has a long and deep history as a waterfront paradise that boasts a history of innovation and bio-based development. Using local fishing activities as a case sample, it is possible to obtain a glimpse of a much bigger system at play that when both resonate in sync profound economic growth can result. "Sync" in this case means bringing the right economic elements into a dynamic organism and feeding them with the right legislative environment that mushrooms growth. The report will discuss San Diego as a fishing entity but also explore the basic underpinnings of economy through the small fishing fleet in the area. The example will help define economic clusters that create international hubs and come to some conclusions. The case review moves from a specific example of clustered fishing networks to larger economic development of a region. Some suggestions on how to improve both are offered toward the end of the work. As the report is exploratory i