Publications

Here is a list of selected academic publications associated with my research projects. Please contact me or consult my CV for a complete list of publications and further details on my projects. If you’d like a PDF of any of these papers, please write to me at havice@email.unc.edu

Book Chapters

Baglioni, E., L. Campling and E. Havice, forthcoming. ‘The nature of the firm in global value chains’, in: Baars, G. and A. Spicer (Eds.), The Corporation: A Critical, Interdisciplinary Handbook, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Campling, L. and E. Havice, E, 2015. The problem of property in industrial fisheries, in: Fairbairn, M., Fox, J., Ryan-Isakson, S., Levien, M., Peluso, N., Razavi, S., Scoones, I., Sivaramakrishnan, K. (Eds.), New Directions in Agrarian Political Economy, New York: Routledge. [Reprint of article first published in Journal of Peasant Studies]

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Havice, E. 2018. ‘Unsettled sovereignty and the sea: Mobilities and more-than-territorial configurations of state power’, Annals of the American Association of Geographers. DOI: 10.1080/24694452.2018.1446820

Campling and E. Havice. 2018. ‘The global environmental politics and political economy of seafood systems’, Global Environmental Politics, 18(2): 72-92. DOI:10.1162/glep_a_00453

Havice, E. and L. Campling, 2017, ‘Where chain and environmental governance meet: Inter-firm strategies in the canned tuna global value chain’, Economic Geography. DOI: 10.1080/00130095.2017.1292848

Squires, D., M. Maunder, R. Allen, P. Andersen, K. Astorkiza, D. Butterworth, G. Caballero, R.  Clarke, H. Ellefsen, P. Guillotreau, J. Hampton, R.  Hannesson, E. Havice, M. Helvey, S. Herrick, K. Hoydal, V. Maharaj, R. Metzner, I. Mosquira-Sanchez, A. Parma, I. Prieto-Bowman, V. Restrepo, S. Sidique, S. Steinshamn, E. Thunberg, I. del Valle, N. Vestergaard, 2016. ‘Effort rights-based management’, Fish and Fisheries. DOI:10.1111/faf.12185

Foley, P. and E. Havice, 2016. ‘Territorial transnational sustainability governance: Examining the rise of state-level eco-certification in the capture fisheries sector’, Geoforum.

Baars, G., J. Bair, L. Campling, D. Danielson, D. Davis, K. Eller, D. Farkas, T. Ferrando, J. Jackson, D. Hansen-Miller, E. Havice, C. Mumme, J. Ovadia, D. Quentin, B. Roders, J. Salminen, A. Santos, B. Selwyn, L. White, 2016. ‘Recognizing the constitutive role of law in global value chains: A research manifesto’. London Review of International Law, 4 (1).

Crona, B.I., X. Basurto, D. Squires, S. Gelcich, T. M. Daw, A. Khan, E. Havice, V. Chomo, M. Troell, E. Buchary, 2016. ‘Towards a typology of interactions between small-scale fisheries and the global seafood trade’, Marine Policy. DOI: 103.1016/j.marpol.2015.11.016

Havice, E. and A. Iles, 2015. Shaping the global aquaculture sustainability assemblage: Revealing the rule-making behind the rules. Geoforum, 58 (January): 27-37.

Campling, L. and E. Havice, 2014. The problem of property in industrial fisheries. Journal of Peasant Studies 40th anniversary issue, 41(5): 707-27.

Smith, M. D., F. Asche, L.S. Bennear, E. Havice, A. J. Read and D. Squires, 2014. Will a catch share for whales improve social welfare? Ecological Applications, 24(1): 15-23.

Havice, E. and L. Campling, 2013. Articulating upgrading: Island developing states and canned tuna production. Environment and Planning A, 45 (11): 2610-27.

Havice, E. 2013. Rights-based management in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fishery: Economic and environmental change under the Vessel Day Scheme. Marine Policy, 42 (February): 259-67.

Campling, L. and E. Havice, 2013. Mainstreaming environment and development at the WTO? Fisheries subsidies and the elusive ‘triple win’. Environment and Planning A, 45 (4): 835-52.

Campling, L., E. Havice and P.M. Howard, 2012. The political economy and ecology of capture fisheries: Market dynamics, resource access and relations of exploitation and resistance. Journal of Agrarian Change, 12 (2&3): 177-203

Havice, E. and K. Reed, 2012. Fishing for development: Tuna resource access and industrial change in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Agrarian Change, 12 (2&3): 413-35

Havice, E., 2010. The structure of tuna access agreements in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean: Lessons for Vessel Day Scheme planning. Marine Policy, 34(5): 979-87.

Havice, E., and L. Campling, 2010. Shifting tides in the Western Central Pacific Ocean tuna fishery: The political economy of regulation and industry responses. Global Environmental Politics, 10 (1): 89-114.

Campling, L. and E. Havice, 2007. Industrial development in an island economy: US trade policy and canned tuna production in American Samoa. Island Studies Journal, 2(2): 209-228.