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Table 5 Principal components analysis of the constructs

From: Factors influencing the choice of a safe haven for offloading illegally caught fish: a comparative analysis of developed and developing economies

Factor Items Factor loadings Communality
Concealability
N = 71
# vessels in port 0.912 0.832
% ports within 125 top ports 0.689 0.475
Value of fish imports 0.883 0.779
Value of fish exports 0.850 0.722
Kaiser–Meyer–Olkin = 0.790 Eigenvalue = 2.81    
Bartlett’s test = p < 0.001 % of Variance = 70.2 Determinant = 0.127   
Fisheries monitoring, control, and surveillance
N = 42
Illegal fishing scorea 0.727 0.529
Catch inspection schemes 0.900 0.810
Observer schemes 0.797 0.636
Vessel monitoring schemes 0.844 0.712
Control of access to stop illegal fishing 0.857 0.735
Kaiser–Meyer–Olkin = 0.834 Eigenvalue = 3.42    
Bartlett’s test = p < 001 % of Variance = 68.4 Determinant = 0.059   
Governance
N = 72
Political stability 0.858 0.736
Government effectiveness 0.948 0.899
Control of corruption 0.965 0.931
Kaiser–Meyer–Olkin = 0.675 Eigenvalue = 2.57    
Bartlett’s test = p < 0.001 % of Variance = 85.5 Determinant = 0.058   
Wildlife protection regulation
N = 57
# treaties and conventions for the protection of the environment 0.791 0.626
% territorial waters that are marine protected areas 0.794 0.630
Environmental sustainability 0.797 0.636
Kaiser–Meyer–Olkin = 0.676 Eigenvalue = 1.89    
Bartlett’s test = p < 0.001 % of Variance = 63.0 Determinant = 0.581   
  1. a“Illegal fishing score” was reversed prior to its inclusion in the Fisheries MCS factor