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Transnational seafood commodity chains and the coastal poor in maritime frontiers of the Asia-Pacific

Funding: 2016: $63,568

Project Member(s): Fabinyi, M.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)
Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)

Start year: 2016

Publications:

Fabinyi, M 2019, 'Maritime disputes and seafood regimes: a broader perspective on fishing and the Philippines-China relationship', GLOBALIZATIONS, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 146-160.
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Fabinyi, MG, Dressler, W & Pido, M 2019, 'Access to fisheries in the maritime frontier of Palawan province, the Philippines', Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, vol. 40, pp. 92-110.
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Fabinyi, M 2018, 'Environmental fixes and historical trajectories of marine resource use in Southeast Asia', GEOFORUM, vol. 91, pp. 87-96.
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Fabinyi, M, Dressler, WH & Pido, MD 2018, 'Moving beyond financial value in seafood commodity chains', MARINE POLICY, vol. 94, pp. 89-92.
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Fabinyi, M, Dressler, WH & Pido, MD 2017, 'Fish, Trade and Food Security: Moving beyond ‘Availability’ Discourse in Marine Conservation', Human Ecology, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 177-188.
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Fabinyi, MG, Barclay, K & Eriksson, H 2017, 'Chinese Trader Perceptions on Sourcing and Consumption of Endangered Seafood', Frontiers in Marine Science.

Fabinyi, M, Dressler, W & Pido, M 2016, 'Do fish scales matter? Diversification and differentiation in seafood commodity chains', OCEAN & COASTAL MANAGEMENT, vol. 134, pp. 103-111.
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FOR Codes: Anthropology of Development, Social and Cultural Geography, Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society