Journals (Open Access, Subscription, Edited Journal Issues)

Journals (Open Access)

Beban, A. & Schoenberger, L. (2019). Fieldwork undone: Knowing Cambodia’s land grab through affective encounters. ACME: International Journal for Critical Geographies, 18(1), 77-103.

Kehoe, C., Marschke, M., Uttamamunee, W., Kittitornkool, J., & Vandergeest, P. (2016). Developing local sustainable seafood markets: A Thai example. World Food Policy, 2(2), 32-50.

Kusumawati, R. & Bush, S. (2015). Co-producing better management practice standards for shrimp aquaculture in Indonesia. Maritime Studies, 14(21).

Marschke, M. & Vandergeest, P. (2016). Slavery scandals: Unpacking labour challenges and policy responses within the off-shore fisheries sector. Marine Policy, 68, 39-46.

Nguyen, K. D., Bush, S., & Mol, A. P. J. (2017). The Vietnamese legal and policy framework for co-management in special-use forests. Forests, 8(7), 262.

Roberts, K. (2016). It takes a rooted village: Networked resilience, connected communities, and adaptive responses to forest tenure reform in northern Thailand. Australian Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 9(1), 53-68.

Journals (Subscription)

Bailey, M., Bush, S., Oosterveer, P., & Larastiti, L. (2016). Fishers, fair trade, and finding middle ground. Fisheries Research, 182, 59-68.

Belton, B., Marschke, M., & Vandergeest, P. (2019). Fisheries development, labour and working conditions on Myanmar’s marine resource frontier. Journal of Rural Studies, 69, 204-213

Béné, C., Arthur, R., Norbury, H., Allison, E. H., Beveridge, M., Bush, S., … & Williams, M. (2016). Contribution of fisheries and aquaculture to food security and poverty reduction: Assessing the current evidence. World Development, 79, 177-196.

Bottema, M. & Bush, S. (2020, forthcoming). The social and spatial boundaries of aquaculture assurance (working title).

Bush, S., Oosterveer, P., Bottema, M., Meuwissen, M., Yann de Mey, S. C., Lien, H. H., & Mohan, C. V. (2019, forthcoming). Inclusive environmental performance through ‘beyond-farm’ aquaculture governance. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.

Doddema, M., Spaargaren, G., Wiryawan, B., & Bush, S. (2018). Fisher responses to private monitoring interventions in an Indonesian tuna handline fishery. Fisheries Research, 208, 49-57.

Horlings, J. & Marschke, M. (2019). Fishing, farming and factories: adaptive development in coastal Cambodia. Climate and Development, 1-11. doi:10.1080/17565529.2019.1645637

Kongkeaw, C., Kittitornkool, J., Vandergeest, P., & Kittiwatanawong, K. (2019). Explaining success in community-based mangrove management: Four coastal communities along the Andaman Sea, Thailand. Ocean & Coastal Management, 178(1), 104822

Lamb, V., Schoenberger, S., Middleton, C., & Un, B. (2017). Gendered eviction, protest and recovery: A feminist political ecology engagement with land grabbing in rural Cambodia. Journal of Peasant Studies, 44(6), 1215-1234.

Libre, S., van Voorn, G., ten Broeke, G., Bailey, M., Barentsen, P., & Bush, S. (2015). Effects of social factors on fishing effort: The case of the Philippine tuna purse seine fishery. Fisheries Research, 172, 250-260.

Marschke, M. & Betcherman, G. (2016). Vietnam’s seafood boom: Economic growth with impoverishment. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 18(4), 1129-1150

Marschke, M., Kehoe, C., & Vandergeest, P. (2018). Migrant worker experiences in Atlantic Canadian fish processing plants. The Canadian Geographer, 62(4), 482-493.

Neitzel, S. M., van Zweiten, P. A. M., Hendriksen, A., Duggan, D. & Bush, S. (2017). Returning information back to fishers: Graphical and numeral literacy of small-scale Indonesian tuna fishers. Fisheries Research, 196, 96-105.

Nguyen, K. D., Bush, S., & Mol, A. P. J. (2016). NGOs as bridging organizations in managing nature protection in Vietnam. Journal of Environment & Development, 25(2), 191-218

Samerwong, P., Bush, S., & Oosterveer, P. (2018). Implications of multiple national certification standards for Thai shrimp aquaculture. Aquaculture, 493, 319-327.

Schoenberger, L. (2017). Struggling against excuses: Winning back land in Cambodia. Journal of Peasant Studies, 44(4), 870-890.

Schoenberger, L. & Beban, A. (2017). What is academic research on the Cambodian frontier? Critical Asian Studies, 49(3), 437-440.

Schoenberger, L., Hall, D., & Vandergeest, P. (2017). What happened when the land grab came to Southeast Asia? Journal of Peasant Studies, 44(4), 697-725

Schoenberger, L. & Beban, A. (2018). “They turn us into criminals”: Embodiments of fear in  Cambodian land grabbing. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 108(5), 1338-1353.

Vandergeest, P., Ponte, S., & Bush, S. (2015). Assembling sustainable territories: Space, subjects, objects, and expertise in seafood certification. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 47(9), 1907-1925.

Vandergeest, P., Tran, O., & Marschke, M. (2017). Modern day slavery in Thai fisheries: academic critique, practical action. Critical Asian Studies, 49(3), 461-464.

Vandergeest, P. (2019). Law and lawlessness in industrial fishing: Frontiers in regulating labour relations in Asia. International Social Science Journal, 68(229-230), 325-341

Vandergeest, P. & Marschke, M. (2019, forthcoming). Modern slavery and freedom: Exploring contradictions through labour scandals in the Thai fisheries. Antipode.

Wittayapak, C., & Baird, I. (2018). Communal land titling dilemmas in norther Thailand: From community forestry to beneficial yet risky and uncertain options. Land Use Policy, 71, 320-328

Edited Journal Issues

Vandergeest, P. & Schoenberger, L. (2017). Southeast Asian Perspectives on Agrarian-Environmental Transformations. Journal of Peasant Studies, 44(4).