Joeri Scholtens
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Impacts of climate change on marine ecosystem production in societies dependent on fisheries
M Barange, G Merino, JL Blanchard, J Scholtens, J Harle, EH Allison, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (3), 211-216, 2014
The COVID-19 pandemic, small-scale fisheries and coastal fishing communities
NJ Bennett, EM Finkbeiner, NC Ban, D Belhabib, SD Jupiter, JN Kittinger, ...
Coastal Management 48 (4), 336-347, 2020
Towards a sustainable and equitable blue economy
NJ Bennett, AM Cisneros-Montemayor, J Blythe, JJ Silver, G Singh, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (11), 991-993, 2019
Fisheries as social struggle: a reinvigorated social science research agenda
M Bavinck, S Jentoft, J Scholtens
Marine Policy 94, 46-52, 2018
Transboundary research in fisheries
AM Song, J Scholtens, J Stephen, M Bavinck, R Chuenpagdee
Marine Policy 76, 8-18, 2017
Fishing in Dire Straits: trans-boundary incursions in the Palk Bay
J Scholtens, M Bavinck, AS Soosai
Economic and Political Weekly, 87-95, 2012
Global mismatch between fishing dependency and larval supply from marine reserves
M Andrello, F Guilhaumon, C Albouy, V Parravicini, J Scholtens, P Verley, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2017
Transboundary dialogues and the ‘politics of scale’in Palk Bay fisheries: brothers at sea?
J Stephen, A Menon, J Scholtens, M Bavinck
South Asia Research 33 (2), 141-161, 2013
Time-zoning for the safe-guarding of capture fisheries: A closed season in Tamil Nadu, India
M Bavinck, L De Klerk, D Van Dijk, JV Rothuizen, AN Blok, JR Bokhorst, ...
Marine Policy 32 (3), 369-378, 2008
The elusive quest for access and collective action: North Sri Lankan fishers’ thwarted struggles against a foreign trawler fleet
J Scholtens
International Journal of the Commons 10 (2), 2016
Lessons for legal pluralism: investigating the challenges of transboundary fisheries governance
J Scholtens, M Bavinck
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 11, 10-18, 2014
Collateral damage? Small‐scale fisheries in the global fight against IUU fishing
AM Song, J Scholtens, K Barclay, SR Bush, M Fabinyi, DS Adhuri, ...
Fish and Fisheries, 2020
South Indian trawl fisheries–Assessing their governability
J Scholtens, M Bavinck
Governability of Fisheries and Aquaculture, 177-199, 2013
Re-imagining the driver–pressure–state–impact–response framework from an equity and inclusive development perspective
J Gupta, J Scholtens, L Perch, I Dankelman, J Seager, F Sánder, ...
Sustainability Science 15 (2), 503-520, 2020
Why marginality persists in a governable fishery—the case of New Zealand
AM Song, H Bodwitch, J Scholtens
Maritime studies 17 (3), 285-293, 2018
Planning for a world beyond COVID-19: Five pillars for post-neoliberal development
B Büscher, G Feola, AM Fischer, R Fletcher, JF Gerber, W Harcourt, ...
World Development 140 (105357), 2021
Fishing Fleet Reduction and its livelihood implications: a case study of Palk Bay resource users in the east coast of Tamil Nadu, India
J Sathyapalan, J Srinivasan, J Scholtens
Working Document,, 2008
Transforming conflicts from the bottom-up? Reflections on civil society efforts to empower marginalized fishers in postwar Sri Lanka
J Scholtens, M Bavinck
Ecology and Society 23 (3), 2018
Fish for food and nutrition security in Ghana: Challenges and opportunities
AE Hasselberg, I Aakre, J Scholtens, R Overå, J Kolding, MS Bank, A Atter, ...
Global Food Security 26, 100380, 2020
Between the devil and the not-so-deep blue sea: asymmetrical power in the Indo-Sri Lankan fisheries conflict
J Scholtens, J Stephen, A Menon
The Broker, 2013
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