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Figure S1. Cross-validations of (a) exploitation rate and (b) biomass reference points estimated with a Schaefer surplus production model to reference points estimated in stock assessments.

Figure S2. Average propensity score for being in a catch share system in 2000–2004 by (a) region, (b) taxonomic/habitat association, and (c) catch control type.

Figure S3. Relationship between propensity score for being in a catch share system in 2000–2004 and average catch during the period.

Figure S4. Frequency distributions of the differences between response variable values of randomly paired catch share and non-catch share fisheries sharing similar propensity for being in catch shares.

Figure S5. Frequency distributions of catch, exploitation rate, and biomass relative to management targets.

Figure S6. Relationship between the variation around the management target of (a) catch, (b) exploitation rate, or (c) stock biomass and the average catch of the fishery.

Figure S7. Relationship between recent (a) quota compliance, (b) exploitation rates, or (c) stock biomass and the year the fishery was first developed.

Figure S8. Estimated modes of random effects on catch:quota ratios for (a) mean C/Q, (b) variation around the target ratio, and proportion of fisheries with (c) small or (d) large overages.

Figure S9. Estimated modes of random effects on current exploitation rate relative to reference exploitation rate for (a) mean F/Freference, (b) variation around the target ratio, and proportion of fisheries with (c) minor or (d) major overfishing.

Figure S10. Estimated modes of random effects on current biomass to reference biomass for (a) mean B/Breference, (b) variation around the target ratio, and proportion of fisheries with (c) minor or (d) major biomass depletion.

Table S1. Stocks included in analyses.

Table S2. Model selection results for fixed-effects model analyses of catch:quota ratios: (a) mean C/Q; (b) SD(target C/Q); (c) small overages; (d) large overages.

Table S3. Model selection results for fixed-effects model analyses of exploitation rate ratios: (a) mean F/Freference; (b) SD (target F/Freference); (c) minor over-exploitation; (d) major over-exploitation.

Table S4. Model selection results for fixed-effects model analyses of biomass ratios: (a) mean B/Breference; (b) SD (target B/Breference); (c) minor depletion; (d) major depletion.

Table S5. Model selection results for mixed-effects model analyses of catch:quota ratios: (a) mean C/Q; (b) SD (target C/Q); (c) small overages; (d) large overages.

Table S6. Model selection results for mixed-effects model analyses of exploitation rate ratios: (a) mean F/Freference; (b) SD (target F/Freference); (c) minor over-exploitation; (d) major over-exploitation.

Table S7. Model selection results for mixed-effects model analyses of biomass ratios: (a) mean B/Breference; (b) SD (target B/Breference); (c) minor depletion; (d) major depletion.

Data S1. Supporting Information sections include: cross-validations of estimated biomass and exploitation rate reference points from Schaefer model fits; descriptions of catch share propensity scores and associated resampling analysis; and full descriptions of fixed effect model results and mixed effect model results which include exploratory data analyses, model validation, and sensitivity analyses.

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