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Bell, Justine, and Morrison, Tiffany (2015) A comparative analysis of the transformation of governance systems: land-use planning for flood risk. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 17 (4). pp. 516-534.
Cox, Gary, Dale, Allan, and Morrison, Tiffany (2001) Limitation and opportunity: the institutional basis for social assesment in natural resource management in Australia. In: Dale, Allan, Taylor, Nick, and Lane, Marcus, (eds.) Social assessment in Natural Resource Management Institutions. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, VIC, Australia, pp. 74-92.
Hettiarachchi, Missaka, Morrison, T.H., and McAlpine, Clive (2015) Forty-three years of Ramsar and urban wetlands. Global Environmental Change, 32. pp. 57-66.
Hettiarachchi, Missaka, Morrison, Tiffany H., Wickramsinghe, Deepthi, Mapa, Ranjith, De Alwis, Ajith, and McAlpine, Clive A. (2014) The eco-social transformation of urban wetlands: A case study of Colombo, Sri Lanka. Landscape and Urban Planning, 132. pp. 55-68.
Hettiarchchi, Missaka, McAlpine, Clive, and Morrison, T.H. (2014) Governing the urban wetlands: a multiple case-study of policy, institutions and reference points. Environmental Conservation, 41 (3). pp. 276-289.
Hettiarachchi, Missake, Mcalpine, Clive, and Morrison, Tiffany (2013) Governing the urban wetlands: a comparative case study of ecology, ecosystem services and government policy. In: Presentations from the Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting. From: Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2013, Duluth, Minnesota, SA.
Johnson, Hume N., and Soeters, Joseph L. (2008) Jamaican dons, Italian godfathers and the chances of a 'reversible destiny'. Political Studies, 56 (1). pp. 166-191.
Johnson, Hume N. (2005) Incivility: the politics of 'people on the margins' in Jamaica. Political Studies, 53 (3). pp. 579-597.
Le Queux, Stéphane, and Graff, Stéphanie (2013) Independence, dependencies and inter-dependencies: contextualizing labour voice in the French Pacific territories. In: UNSPECIFIED. From: Capacity Building in the Asia Pacific, 19 November 2013, Perth, WA, Australia. (Unpublished)
Lesbirel, S. Hayden (2004) Diversification and energy security risks: the Japanese case. Japanese Journal of Political Science, 5 (1). pp. 1-22.
Lesbirel, S. Hayden (1998) NIMBY Politics in Japan: energy siting and the management of environmental conflict. Cornell University Press, USA.
Morrison, T.H. (2014) Developing a regional governance index: the institutional potential of rural regions. Journal of Rural Studies, 35. pp. 101-111.
Morrison, Tiffany H., Lane, Marcus B., and Hibbard, Michael (2013) Transitioning rural regions to the new energy and climate future: planning, governance and rural futures in Australia and USA. In: Abstracts from 5th Joint AESOP/ACSP Congress 2013, p. 1148. From: 5th Joint AESOP/ACSP Congress 2013: Planning for Resilient Cities and Regions, July 15-19 2013, Dublin, Ireland.
Morrison, Tiffany (2009) Book Review: Pradyumna P. Karan and Unryu Suganuma (Eds.) Local environmental movements: a comparative study of the United States and Japan. Lexington: University of Kentucky, 2008. ISBN 978-0-8131-2488-9. Organization & Environment, 22 (3). pp. 369-371.
Maisrikrod, Surin (2008) Civil society, accountability and governance in Thailand: a dim case of participatory democracy. In: Chong, Terence, (ed.) Globalization and its Counter-forces in Southeast Asia. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, pp. 97-116.
Morrison, Tiffany (2004) Institutional integration in complex environments: pursuing rural sustainability at the regional level in Australia and the U.S.A. PhD thesis, University of Queensland.
Maswood, S. Javed, and Lesbirel, Hayden (2004) Introduction: policy leadership in Japan. Policy and Society, 23 (1). pp. 1-4.
Schmidt, Paul, and Morrison, Tiffany (2011) Adaptive management of urban ecologies: implications for governance. In: Presentations from the UGI 2011 Regional Geographic Conference. From: UGI 2011 Regional Geographic Conference, 14-18 November 2011, Santiago, Chile. (Unpublished)