Publications by: Michael Fabinyi

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Cinner, Joshua Eli, Pratchett, Morgan Stuart, Graham, Nicholas Anthony James Graham, Messmer, Vanessa, Fuentes, Mariana Menezes Prata Bezerra, Ainsworth, Tracy, Ban, Natalie, Bay, Line Kolind, Blythe, Jessica, Dissard, Delphine, Dunn, Simon, Evans, Louisa, Fabinyi, Michael, Fidelman, Pedro, Figueiredo, Joana, Frisch, Ashley, Fulton, Christopher John, Hicks, Christina Chemtai, Lukoschek, Vimoksalehi, Mallela, Jenny, Moya, Aurelie, Penin, Lucie, Rummer, Jodie Lynn, Walker, Stefan, and Williamson, David Hall (2016) A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social–ecological systems. Regional Environmental Change, 16 (4). pp. 1133-1146.

Fabinyi, Michael, Dressler, Wolfram, and Pido, Michael (2016) Do fish scales matter? diversification and differentiation in seafood commodity chains. Ocean and Coastal Management, 134. pp. 103-111.

Horigue, Vera, Fabinyi, Michael, Pressey, Robert L., Foale, Simon, and Aliño, Porfirio M. (2016) Influence of governance context on the management performance of marine protected area networks. Coastal Management, 44 (1). pp. 71-91.

Fabinyi, Michael (2016) Producing for Chinese luxury seafood value chains: different outcomes for producers in the Philippines and North America. Marine Policy, 63. pp. 184-190.

Fabinyi, Michael, and Liu, Neng (2016) The social context of the Chinese food system: an ethnographic study of the Beijing seafood market. Sustainability, 8 (3).

Fabinyi, Michael (2015) China and the South China Sea resource grab. The Diplomat.

Fabinyi, Michael, Foale, Simon, and MacIntyre, Martha (2015) Managing inequality or managing stocks?: An ethnographic perspective on the governance of small-scale fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 16 (3). pp. 471-485.

Case, Peter, Evans, Louisa S., Fabinyi, Michael, Cohen, Philippa J., Hicks, Christina C., Prideaux, Murray, and Mills, David J. (2015) Rethinking environmental leadership: the social construction of leaders and leadership in discourses of ecological crisis, development, and conservation. Leadership, 11 (4). pp. 396-423.

Fabinyi, Michael (2014) Seafood banquets put tropical reef fish at risk. China Dialogue, 30 October 2014.

Fabinyi, Michael, and Liu, Neng (2014) The Chinese policy and governance context for global fisheries. Ocean & Coastal Management, 96. pp. 198-202.

Clifton, Julian, Acciaioli, Gregory, Brunt, Helen, Dressler, Wolfram, Fabinyi, Michael, and Singh, Sarinda (2014) Exploring the implications of an international governance agenda. Tilburg Law Review, 19 (1-2). pp. 81-89.

Fabinyi, Michael, Pido, Michael, Ponce de Leon, Eva Marie, De las Alas, Mary Aileen, Buenconsejo, Jose, Uyami-Bitara, Arselene, Harani, Babylyn, and Caceres, Jennelyn (2014) Fisheries trade and social development in the Philippine-Malaysia maritime border zone. Development Policy Review, 32 (6). pp. 715-732.

Fabinyi, Michael (2014) Fishing and socio-economic change in the Calamianes Islands. In: Eder, James F., and Evangelista, Oscar, (eds.) Palawan and its Global Connections. Ateneo de Manila University Press, Manila, Philippines, pp. 140-160.

Fabinyi, Michael (2014) Local realities and practical engagement in environmental management in the Philippines. Practicing Anthropology, 36 (1). pp. 28-32.

Fabinyi, Michael, and Liu, Neng (2014) Seafood banquets in Beijing: consumer perspectives and implications for environmental sustainability. Conservation and Society, 12 (2). pp. 218-228.

Fabinyi, Michael, and Liu, Neng (2014) Social trust and luxury seafood banquets in contemporary Beijing. Asian Anthropology, 13 (2). pp. 92-105.

Fabinyi, Michael, Evans, Louisa, and Foale, Simon J. (2014) Social-ecological systems, social diversity, and power: insights from anthropology and political ecology. Ecology and Society, 19 (4).

Fabinyi, Michael (2013) Shark fin drops off the menu, conservationists claim victory. The Conversation, 22 November 2013.

Foale, Simon, Adhuri, Dedi, Alino, Porfirio, Allison, Edward H., Andrew, Neil, Cohen, Philippa, Evans, Louisa, Fabinyi, Michael, Fidelman, Pedro, Gregory, Christopher, Stacey, Natasha, Tanzer, John, and Weeratunge, Nireka (2013) Food security and the Coral Triangle Initiative. Marine Policy, 38. pp. 174-183.

Fabinyi, Michael (2013) Social relations and commodity chains: the live reef fish for food trade. Anthropological Forum, 23 (1). pp. 36-57.

Fabinyi, Michael (2012) Historical, cultural and social perspectives on luxury seafood consumption in China. Environmental Conservation, 39 (1). pp. 83-92.

Fabinyi, Michael (2012) Fishing for Fairness: Poverty, Morality and Marine Resource Regulation in the Philippines. Asia-Pacific Environment Monograph 7 . ANU E-Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Fidelman, Pedro, Evans, Louisa, Fabinyi, Michael, Foale, Simon, Cinner, Josh, and Rosen, Franciska (2012) Governing large-scale marine commons: contextual challenges in the Coral Triangle. Marine Policy, 36 (1). pp. 42-53.

Fabinyi, Michael, and Dalabajan, Dante (2012) Analyse de la dichotomie entre théorie et pratique de la politique dans la Province de Palawan (Philippines). Ressources marines et commercialisation - Bulletin de la CPS, 20. pp. 13-18.

Fabinyi, Michael, Pido, Michael, Harani, Babylyn, Caceres, Jennelyn, Uyami-Bitara, Arselene, De las Alas, Aileen, Buenconsejo, Jose, and Ponce de Leon, Eva Marie (2012) Luxury seafood consumption in China and the intensification of coastal livelihoods in Southeast Asia: The live reef fish for food trade in Balabac, Philippines. Asia-Pacific Viewpoint, 53 (2). pp. 118-132.

Dressler, Wolfram H., and Fabinyi, Michael (2011) Farmer gone fish’n? Swidden decline and the rise of grouper fishing on Palawan Island, the Philippines. Journal of Agrarian Change, 11 (4). pp. 536-555.

Fabinyi, Michael, and Dalabajan, Dante (2011) Policy and practice in the live reef fish for food trade: a case study from Palawan, Philippines. Marine Policy, 35 (3). pp. 371-378.

Fabinyi, Michael, and Dalabajan, Dante (2011) The policy–practice dichotomy: An analysis from Palawan, Philippines. SPC Live Reef Fish Information Bulletin, 20. pp. 13-18.

Fabinyi, Michael, Knudsen, Magne, and Segi, Shio (2010) Social complexity, ethnography and coastal resource management in the Philippines. Coastal Management, 38 (6). pp. 617-632.

Fabinyi, Michael (2010) The intensification of fishing and the rise of tourism: competing coastal livelihoods in the Calamianes Islands, Philippines. Human Ecology, 38 (3). pp. 415-427.

Fabinyi, Michael (2009) The Politics of Patronage and Live Reef Fish Trade Regulation in Palawan, Philippines. Human Organization, 68 (3). pp. 258-268.

Bulloch, Hannah, and Fabinyi, Michael (2009) Transnational Relationships, Transforming Selves: Filipinas Seeking Husbands Abroad. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 10 (2). pp. 129-142.

Fabinyi, Michael (2009) The political aspects of resilience. In: Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 7–11 July 2008 (2), pp. 977-981. From: 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, 07 - 11 July 2008, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

Fabinyi, Michael (2007) Illegal fishing and masculinity in the Philippines: a look at the Calamianes Islands in Palawan. Philippine Studies, 55 (4). pp. 509-529.

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