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Publications

Peer Reviewed Papers

Our team consistently publishes across disciplines and academic journals. 

2024

Kim, A., Scott, C. P., & Swartz, W. (2024). Local perspectives on marine ecotourism development in a water-insecure island region: the case of Bocas del Toro, Panama. Frontiers in Marine Science, 11, 1377053. Kourantidou M, Hoagland P, Bailey M. 2024. Navigating Nunatsiavut’s Arctic Charr: A Simultaneous Commercial and Subsistence Fishery with Many Unknowns. Marine Resource Economics, 39(3). Sumaila, U.R., Alam, L., et al. 2024. WTO must complete an ambitious fisheries subsidies agreement. Nature Ocean Sustainability 3(6). Cadman R, Snook J, Goudie J, Watts K, Broomfield T, Johnson R, Winters J, Dale A & Bailey, M. 2024. We don’t have a lot of trees, but by God, do we have a lot of fish”: Imagining post-colonial futures for the Nunatsiavut fishing industry. AlterNATIVE: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples.   Vanderkaden S, Bailey M, Giles A, and Milley C. 2024. Reconsidering market development approaches to support Nunavut Inuit priorities in the seal market. Arctic.

2023

Barclay KM, Bush SR, Jaap Poos J, Richter A, van Zwieten PAM, Hamon KG, Carballo-Cardenas E, Pauwelussen AP, Groeneveld RA, Toonen HM, Schadeberg A, Kraan M, Bailey M, can Leeuwen J. 2023. Social harvest control rules for sustainable fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 00:1-10. DOI:10.1111/faf.12769 Cadman R, Dicker M, Denniston M, McCarney P, Laung R, Oliver ECJ, Bailey M. 2023. Using the Framework Method to support collaborative and cross cultural qualitative data analysis. FACETS 8: 1-13. Curran K, Hamelin KM, Bailey M. 2023. Humanizing marine spatial planning: A salutogenic approach. Marine Policy, 154: 105660. Schiller L, Bailey M, Bodwitch H, Sinan H, Auld G. 2023. Evaluating the roles and reach of philanthropic foundations in sustainability efforts for tuna. Conservation Science & Practice, 5(5): e12751. Cadman R, Snook J, Broomfield T, Goudie J, Johnson R, Watts K, Dale A, Bailey M. 2023. Articulating Indigenous Futures: Using Target Seeking Scenario Planning in Support of Inuit-led Fisheries Governance. Journal of Participatory Research Methods, 4(2). Cadman R, Snook J, Gilbride J, Goudie J, Watts K, Dale A, Zurba M, Bailey M. 2023. Labrador Inuit resilience and resurgence: embedding Indigenous values in commercial fisheries governance. Ecology & Society, 28(2): 11. Rector ME, Filgueira R, Bailey M, Walker TR, Grant J. 2023. Sustainability outcomes of aquaculture eco-certification: Challenges and opportunities. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 106(2): 161-179. Hamelin KM, Hutchings JA, Bailey M. 2023. Look who’s talking: contributions to evidence-based decision-making for commercial fisheries in Atlantic Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Schiller L, Auld G, Hanich Q, Bailey M. 2023. Increasing industry involvement in international tuna fishery negotiations. One Earth. Ostrega M, Adams AJ, Pina-Amargos F, Cooke SJ, Bailey M. (2023) A stakeholder-engaged approach to evaluating spawning aggregation management as a strategy for conservation bonefish (Albula vulpes) in Cuba. Environmental Biology of Fishes 106: 161-179. Shellock RJ, Cvitanovic C, McKinnon MC, Mackay M, van Putten IE, Blythe J, Kelly R, Tuohy P, Maltby KM, Mynott S, Simmonds N, Bailey M, Begossi A, … Wisz MS. 2022. Building leaders for the UN Ocean Science Decade: a guide to supporting early career women researchers within academic marine institutions. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 80(1): 56-75.

2022

Hamelin KM, MacNeil AM, Curran K, Bailey M. 2022. “The people’s fish”: Sociocultural dimensions of recreational fishing for Atlantic mackerel in Nova Scotia. Frontiers in Marine Science 9:971262. Petriello MA, Zurba M, Schmidt JO, Anthony K, Jacque N, Nochasak C, Winters J, Winters J, Bailey M, Oliver ECJ, McCarney P, Bishop B, Bodwitch H, Cadman R, McLaren M. 2022. The power and precarity of knowledge co-production. Transdisciplinary Marine Research: Bridging Science and Society, 16 pp. Cadman R & Bailey M. 2022. Indigenous Empowerment Through Co-Management: Land Claims Boards, Wildlife Management, and Environmental Regulations, by Graham White. ARCTIC, 75(4): 497-499. Sinan H, Willis C, Swartz W, Sumaila RU, Forsdyke R, Skerritt DJ, Le Manach F, Colléter M, Bailey M. 2022. Subsidies and allocation: A legacy of distortion and intergenerational loss. Frontiers in Human Dynamics 4: 1044321. Schiller L, Hussain S, Bodwitch H, Bailey M, and Auld G. 2022. Evaluation the roles and research of philanthropic foundations in sustainability efforts for tuna. Conservation Science and Practice 5(5): e12751. Cadman R, Snook J, Bailey M. 2022. Ten years of Inuit co-management: advancing research, resilience, and capacity in Nunatsiavut through fishery governance. Regional Environmental Change 22: 127. Shellock B, Cvitanovic C, MacKay M, McKinnon M, Blythe J, Kelly R…. and Wisz M. 2022. Breaking down barriers: The identification of actions to promote gender equality in interdisciplinary marine research institutions. One Earth 5: 1-22. Bodwitch H, Song AM, Temby O, Reid J, Bailey M, and Hickey GM. 2022. Why New Zealand’s Indigenous reconciliation process has failed to empower Māori fisheries: Distributional, procedural, and recognition-based injustices. World Development 157: 105894. Crosman KM, Allison EH, Ota Y, Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Singh GG, Swartz W, Bailey M, Baclay KM, Blume G, … Spalding AK. 2022. Social equity is key to sustainable ocean governance. npj Ocean Sustainability 1: 4. Zurba M, Petriello MA, Madge C, McCarney P, Bishop B, McBeth S, Denniston M, Bodwitch H, and Bailey M. 2022. Learning from knowledge co-production research and practice in the twenty-first century: Global lessons and what they mean for collaborative research in Nunatsiavut. Sustainability Science 17(2): 449-467. Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Sinan H, Nguyen T, Da Rocha JM, Sumaila UR, Skerritt D, Schuhbauer A, Sanjurjo E, and Bailey M. 2022. A constructive critique of the World Trade Organization draft agreement on harmful fisheries subsidies. Marine Policy 135: 104872. Sinan H, Bailey M, Hanich Q, and Azmi K. Common but differentiated rights and responsibilities in tuna fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries 23(1): 202-2012.

2021

Bailey M and Snook J. Warming-driving changes in Arctic fish communities must not leave local Indigenous communities out in the cold. 2021. One Earth 4(12): 1676-1677. Sinan H, Bailey M, and Swartz W. 2021. Disentangling politics in the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission. Marine Policy 133: 104781. Sumaila RU, Skerritt D, Schuhbauer A, Villasante S, Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Sinan H, Burnside D, … and Zeller D. 2021. WTO must ban harmful fisheries subsidies. Science 374(6567): 544. Schiller L, Auld G, Sinan H, and Bailey M. Decadal changes in international advocacy toward the conservation of highly migratory fishes. Conservation Letters 14(6): e12827. Seto K, Galland GR, McDonald A, Abolhassani A, Azmi K, Sinan H, Timmiss T, Bailey M, and Hanich Q. 2021. Resource allocation in transboundary tuna fisheries: A global analysis. Ambio 50(1): 242-259. Kourantidou M, Hoagland P, and Bailey M. 2021. Inuit food security as a consequence of fragmented marine resource management policies? Arctic 74: 40-55. Kourantidou M, Hoagland P, Dale A, and Bailey M. 2021. Equitable Allocations in Northern Fisheries: Bridging the Divide for Labrador Inuit. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8(93): 1-19. Schiller L and Bailey M. 2021. Rapidly increasing eco‐certification coverage transforming management of world’s tuna fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 22(3): 592-604.

2020

Bailey M and Snook J. Warming-driving changes in Arctic fish communities must not leave local Indigenous communities out in the cold. 2021. One Earth 4(12): 1676-1677. Sinan H, Bailey M, and Swartz W. 2021. Disentangling politics in the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission. Marine Policy 133: 104781. Sumaila RU, Skerritt D, Schuhbauer A, Villasante S, Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Sinan H, Burnside D, … and Zeller D. 2021. WTO must ban harmful fisheries subsidies. Science 374(6567): 544. Schiller L, Auld G, Sinan H, and Bailey M. Decadal changes in international advocacy toward the conservation of highly migratory fishes. Conservation Letters 14(6): e12827. Seto K, Galland GR, McDonald A, Abolhassani A, Azmi K, Sinan H, Timmiss T, Bailey M, and Hanich Q. 2021. Resource allocation in transboundary tuna fisheries: A global analysis. Ambio 50(1): 242-259. Kourantidou M, Hoagland P, and Bailey M. 2021. Inuit food security as a consequence of fragmented marine resource management policies? Arctic 74: 40-55. Kourantidou M, Hoagland P, Dale A, and Bailey M. 2021. Equitable Allocations in Northern Fisheries: Bridging the Divide for Labrador Inuit. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8(93): 1-19. Schiller L and Bailey M. 2021. Rapidly increasing eco‐certification coverage transforming management of world’s tuna fisheries. Fish and Fisheries, 22(3): 592-604.

2019

Tlusty M, Tyedmers P, Bailey M, et al. Three steps to mainstream seafood into the global agenda on ecosystem and human health. Global Environmental Change 59. Stoll J, Bailey M and Jonell M. 2019. Alternative pathways to sustainable seafood. Conservation Letters 13(1). Goodman AJ, Callaghan C, Bailey M, Walker T and Brillant S. 2019. A Ghostly Issue: Managing abandoned, lost and discarded lobster fishing gear in the Bay of Fundy in Eastern Canada. Ocean and Coastal Management 181: 104925. Weitzman J, and Bailey M. 2019. Communicating a risk controversy: Exploring the public discourse on net-pen aquaculture within Canadian media. Aquaculture 507: 172-183. Packer H, Swartz W, Ota Y, and Bailey M. 2019. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices of the largest seafood suppliers in the wild capture fisheries sector: From vision to action. Sustainability 11(8): doi:10.3390/su11082254 Sumaila R, Tai T, Lam VWY, Cheung, WWL, Bailey M, Cisneros-Montemayor A, Chen OL, and Gulati SS. 2019. Benefits to the Paris Agreement to ocean life, economies, and people. Science Advances 5(2): 1-9 Borland M, and Bailey M. 2019. Benchmarking data of the Fair Trade USA Capture Fisheries Standard and the Marine Stewardship Council Fisheries Standard against the Food and Agricultural Organizations Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Small-Scale Fisheries. Data in Brief. Borland M and Bailey M. 2019. A tale of two standards: The case of the USA Fair Trade certified Maluku yellowfin tuna handline fishery. Marine Policy 100: 353-360

2018

Hanich Q, Rotjan R, Aqorau T, Bailey M Campbell B, Gray N, Gruby R, Hampton J, Ota Y, Parris H, Reid C, Sumaila UR, Swartz W. 2018. Unravelling the Blue Paradox: Incomplete analysis yields incorrect conclusions about Phoenix Island Protected Area closure. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1815600115 Schiller L, Bailey M, Jacquet J and Sala E. 2018. High seas fisheries play a negligible role in addressing global food security. Science Advances 4(8): DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aat8351 Bailey M, Packer H, Schiller L, Tlusty M and Swartz W. 2018. The role of corporate social responsibility in creating a Seussian world of seafood sustainability. Fish and Fisheries. Doi.org/10.1111/faf.12289. Bennett N, Kaplan-Hallam M, Augustine G, Ban N, Belhabib D, Brueckner-Irwin I, Charles A, Couture J, Eger S, Fanning L, Foley P, Goodfellow AM, Greba L, Gregr E, Hall D, Harper S, Maloney B, McIsaac J, Ou W, Pinkerton E, Porter D, Sparrow R, Stephenson R, Stocks A, Sumaila UR, Sutcliffe T and Bailey M. 2018. Coastal and Indigenous community access to marine resources and the ocean: A policy imperative for Canada. Marine Policy 87: 186-193. Edmondson E, Abraham Gerhartz A, Fanning L and Bailey M. 2018. Addressing tensions between participation and protection: Use of the U.S. Antiquities Act of 1906 in marine conservation. Ocean Yearbook 32. Yeeting AD, Weikard H-P, Bailey M, Ram-Bidesi V and Bush SR. 2018. Stabilising cooperation through pragmatic tolerance: The case of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) tuna fishery. Regional Environmental Change DOI 10.1007/s10113-017-1219-0 Weitzman J and Bailey M. 2018. Perceptions of aquaculture ecolabels: A multi-stakeholder approach in Nova Scotia, Canada. Marine Policy 87: 12-22.

2017

Bailey M. Shining a light on seafood mislabeling through respectful debate. Conservation Letters 10(6): 654-655. VanderZwaag D, Bailey M and Shackell N. 2017. Fisheries management in the Gulf of Maine: Taking stock and charting future coordinates in the wake of climate change. Ocean Yearbook 31: 1-26. Bush S, Bailey M, van Zwieten P, Kochen M, Wiryawan B, Doddema A and Mangunsong S. 2017. Private provision of public information in tuna fisheries. Marine Policy 77: 130-135.

2016

Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Cheung WWC, Bodtker K, Teh L, Steiner N, Bailey M, Hoover C and Sumaila R. 2016. Towards an integrated database of Canadian ocean resources: Benefits, current states, and research gaps. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 10.1139/cjfax-2015-0573: 1-10. Schiller L, Mason T, Govender R, Short K and Bailey M. 2016. The rise and relevance of private governance in Canada’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors. IUCN Policy Matters 21: 92-108. Kossmann C, Behagel J and Bailey M. 2016. Action and inertia in collaborative governance. Marine Policy 72: 21-30. Bailey M and Egels-Zanden N. 2016. Transparency and traceability for just seafood systems. Solutions 7(4): 66-73. Bailey M, Bush SR, Oosterveer P and Larastiti L. 2016. Fishers, Fair Trade and finding middle ground. Fisheries Research 182: 59-68. Bailey M, Favaro B, Otto S, Charles T, Devillers R, Metaxas A, Tyedmers P, Ban NC, Mason T, Hoover C, Duck TJ, Fanning L, Milley C, Cisneros-Montemayor AM, Pauly D, Cheung WWL, Cullis-Suzuki S, Teh L Sumaila R. 2016. Canada at a Crossroad: The imperative for realigning ocean policy with ocean science. Marine Policy 63: 53-60. Yeeting A, Bush SR, Ram-Bidesi V and Bailey M. 2016. Implications of new economic policy instruments for tuna management in the western and central Pacific. Marine Policy 63: 45-52. Bailey M, Bush SR, Miller A, and Kochen M. 2016. The role of traceability in transforming seafood governance in the global South. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 18: 25-32. Bailey M, Miller AMM, Bush SR, van Zwieten PAM and Wiryawan B. 2016. Closing the incentive gap: The role of public and private actors in managing Indonesia’s tuna fisheries. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 18: 25-32.

2015

Bailey M and Sumaila, UR. 2015. Destructive fishing and fisheries enforcement in Eastern Indonesia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 530: 195-211. Libre SVD, van Voorn G, ten Broek G, Bailey M, et al. 2015. Effects of social factors on fishing effort: The case of the Philippine tuna purse seine fishery. Fisheries Research 172: 250-260. Hanich Q, Campbell B, Bailey M and Molenaar E. 2015. Research into fisheries equity and fairness – addressing conservation burden concerns in transboundary fisheries. Marine Policy 51: 302-304.

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Books

The lab often lends a hand in writing for publish in academic books and book chapters.

2024

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2023

Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL. In press. Canada’s Oceans and Coasts: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. Chapter 1 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press. Jones R, Doubleday N, Bailey M, Paul K, Taylor F, and Pulsifer P. In press. Reconciliation and Indigenous Ocean Management in Canada: Current Status. Chapter 2 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press. Bailey M, and Charles A. In press. Lobsters and livelihoods: An access story. Chapter 6 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press. Hoover C, Snook J, Akearok J, Palliser T, Giles A, Basterfield M, Dale A, Kourantidou M, Cunsolo A, and Bailey M. In press. The role of fisheries co-management in addressing access and allocation inequities in Eastern Inuit Nunangat. Chapter 8 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press. Jones R, Doubleday N, Bailey M, Paul K, Taylor F, and Pulsifer P. In press. Reconciliation and Indigenous Ocean Management in Canada: The Path Forward. Chapter 14 in Sumaila UR, Armitage D, Bailey M, and Cheung WWL (Eds) Canada’s Oceans: Pathways to Sustainability in a Sea of Change. UBC Press.

2020

Amos H, and Bailey M. 2020. Linking small-scale fishing and community capitals: The case of Atlantic cod. In Duncan J, Carolan M, and Wiskerke H (Eds). Routledge Handbook of Sustainable and Regenerative Food Systems.

2019

McIlveen S, Schnurr R, Auld G, Arnold S, Flett K and Bailey M. 2019. Towards credibility of the Marine Stewardship Council. In Vogt M (ed) Sustainability Certification Schemes in the Agricultural and Natural Resource Sectors. Routledge. Chapter 9, 14 pp.

2018

Bailey M. 2018. What is the role of private governance in contemporary fisheries management? In The Future of Ocean Governance and Capacity Development: Essays in Honor of Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1918–2002). Brill Publishers. Pp. 344-348.

2017

Bailey M, Vestergaard N, amd Sumaila UR. 2017. Overcoming principal-agent problems in the governance of internationally shared fisheries. Game Theory Applications to Environmental Economics. Pp. 1-27. Groeneveld R, Bush SR and Bailey M. 2017. Chapter 20: Private governance of ocean resources. Handbook on the Economics and Management for Sustainable Oceans. Edward Elgar Publishing. Pp. 416-428.

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