Social science for sustainable fisheries

Can creative policies support collective action for more sustainable small-scale fisheries?

My research examines collective action in conservation and fisheries management. I am a critical commons scholar using common-pool resource theory and political ecology to understand how new policies shape new collective action outcomes in rural, coastal fishing towns and small-scale fisheries.

 

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ANASTASIA QUINTANA
Ph.D. Candidate

Duke University
135 Duke Marine Lab Rd.
Beaufort, NC 28516

anastasia.quintana@duke.edu