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According to international law, straddling fish stocks should preferably be managed cooperatively through regional fisheries management organizations (RFMOs). A major problem faced by these organizations is the unregulated fishing undertaken in the high seas by non-members. This paper analyzes the problem of unregulated fishing as a game in partition function form based on the classical Gordon-Schaefer bioeconomic model. It analyzes the prospects of mitigating the overfishing problem throughdoi:10.2139/ssrn.1115731 fatcat:4hfsr67gezejfgtstfwpmb3k7m