Elizabeth Havice
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The political economy and ecology of capture fisheries: market dynamics, resource access and relations of exploitation and resistance
L Campling, E Havice, P McCall Howard
Journal of agrarian change 12 (2‐3), 177-203, 2012
Where chain governance and environmental governance meet: Interfirm strategies in the canned tuna global value chain
E Havice, L Campling
Economic geography 93 (3), 292-313, 2017
The problem of property in industrial fisheries
L Campling, E Havice
The Journal of Peasant Studies 41 (5), 707-727, 2014
Recognize fish as food in policy discourse and development funding
A Bennett, X Basurto, J Virdin, X Lin, SJ Betances, MD Smith, EH Allison, ...
Ambio 50, 981-989, 2021
Market and industry dynamics in the global tuna supply chain
A Hamilton, A Lewis, MA McCoy, E Havice, L Campling
Solomon Islands: the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency, 2011
Rights-based management in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fishery: Economic and environmental change under the Vessel Day Scheme
E Havice
Marine Policy 42, 259-267, 2013
Towards a typology of interactions between small-scale fisheries and global seafood trade
BI Crona, X Basurto, D Squires, S Gelcich, TM Daw, A Khan, E Havice, ...
Marine Policy 65, 1-10, 2016
The rise of territorial eco-certifications: New politics of transnational sustainability governance in the fishery sector
P Foley, E Havice
Geoforum 69, 24-33, 2016
Shifting tides in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fishery: The political economy of regulation and industry responses
E Havice, L Campling
Global Environmental Politics 10 (1), 89-114, 2010
Fishing for development? Tuna resource access and industrial change in Papua New Guinea
E Havice, K Reed
Journal of Agrarian Change 12 (2‐3), 413-435, 2012
The structure of tuna access agreements in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean: Lessons for Vessel Day Scheme planning
E Havice
Marine Policy 34 (5), 979-987, 2010
The role of law in global value chains: a research manifesto
London Review of International Law 4 (1), 57-79, 2016
Articulating upgrading: Island developing states and canned tuna production
E Havice, L Campling
Environment and Planning A 45 (11), 2610-2627, 2013
Ocean frontiers: epistemologies, jurisdictions, commodifications
E Havice, A Zalik
International Social Science Journal 68 (229-230), 219-235, 2018
COVID-19, instability and migrant fish workers in Asia
M Marschke, P Vandergeest, E Havice, A Kadfak, P Duker, I Isopescu, ...
Maritime Studies 20 (1), 87-99, 2021
Unsettled sovereignty and the sea: Mobilities and more-than-territorial configurations of state power
E Havice
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108 (5), 1280-1297, 2018
Pacific island countries, the global tuna industry and the international trade regime: a guidebook
L Campling, E Havice, V Ram-Bidesi, R Grynberg
Forum Fisheries Agency, 2007
Shaping the aquaculture sustainability assemblage: Revealing the rule-making behind the rules
E Havice, A Iles
Geoforum 58, 27-37, 2015
Industrial seafood systems in the immobilizing COVID-19 moment
E Havice, M Marschke, P Vandergeest
Agriculture and Human Values 37, 655-656, 2020
The global environmental politics and political economy of seafood systems
L Campling, E Havice
Global Environmental Politics 18 (2), 72-92, 2018
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