Liam Campling
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Contribution of fisheries and aquaculture to food security and poverty reduction: assessing the current evidence
C Bn, R Arthur, H Norbury, EH Allison, M Beveridge, S Bush, ...
World Development 79, 177-196, 2016
Commodity Studies and Commodity Fetishism I: Trading Down
H Bernstein, L Campling
Journal of Agrarian Change 6 (2), 239-264, 2006
The political economy and ecology of capture fisheries: market dynamics, resource access and relations of exploitation and resistance
L Campling, E Havice, P McCall Howard
Journal of agrarian change 12 (2‐3), 177-203, 2012
Commodity studies and commodity fetishism II:‘profits with principles’?
H Bernstein, L Campling
Journal of Agrarian Change 6 (3), 414-447, 2006
Market and industry dynamics in the global tuna supply chain
A Hamilton, A Lewis, MA McCoy, E Havice, L Campling
Solomon Islands: the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency, 2011
The tuna ‘commodity frontier’: business strategies and environment in the industrial tuna fisheries of the Western Indian Ocean
L Campling
Journal of Agrarian Change 12 (2‐3), 252-278, 2012
Sustaining social development in a small island developing state? The case of Seychelles
L Campling, M Rosalie
Sustainable Development 14 (2), 115-125, 2006
Swimming upstream: Market access for African fish exports in the context of WTO and EU negotiations and regulation
S Ponte, J Raakjr, L Campling
Development Policy Review 25 (1), 113-138, 2007
Shifting tides in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fishery: The political economy of regulation and industry responses
E Havice, L Campling
Global Environmental Politics 10 (1), 89-114, 2010
The problem of property in industrial fisheries
L Campling, E Havice
Journal of peasant studies 41 (5), 707-727, 2014
A critical political economy of the small island developing states concept: South–South cooperation for island citizens?
L Campling
Journal of Developing Societies 22 (3), 235-285, 2006
Pacific island countries, the global tuna industry and the international trade regime: a guidebook
L Campling, E Havice, V Ram-Bidesi, R Grynberg
Forum Fisheries Agency, 2007
Can labour provisions work beyond the border? Evaluating the effects of EU free trade agreements
L Campling, J Harrison, B Richardson, A Smith
International Labour Review 155 (3), 357-382, 2016
Articulating upgrading: island developing states and canned tuna production
E Havice, L Campling
Environment and Planning A 45 (11), 2610-2627, 2013
Social policies in Seychelles
L Campling, H Confiance, MT Purvis
Commonwealth Secretariat, 2011
Where Chain Governance and Environmental Governance Meet: Interfirm Strategies in the Canned Tuna Global Value Chain
E Havice, L Campling
Economic geography 93 (3), 292-313, 2017
Africa and the WTO DOHA round: An overview
MF Jensen, P Gibbon
Development Policy Review 25 (1), 5-24, 2007
Vulnerability of small island fishery economies to climate and institutional changes
P Guillotreau, L Campling, J Robinson
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (3), 287-291, 2012
The role of law in global value chains: a research manifesto
IGLP Law and Global Production Working Group
London review of international law 4 (1), 57-79, 2016
Industrial development in an island economy: US trade policy and canned tuna production in American Samoa
L Campling, E Havice
Island Studies Journal 2 (2), 209-228, 2007
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