Selected Publications


Marschke, M., Life, Fish and Mangroves: Resource governance in coastal Cambodia, Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press, 2012, 192. [abstract] [.pdf]  [Review by Brendan Fisher] [Review by Jonathan Rigg (Life, Fish and Mangroves is one of six books on SEA reviewed)]

Refereed Book Chapters

Marschke, M., “Exploring Rural Livelihoods Through the Lens of Coastal Fishers”, Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia, K. Brickell and S. Springer (Eds)., Routledge, Forthcoming.

Bush, S. and Marschke, M., “Social and political ecology of fisheries and aquaculture in Southeast Asia”, Handbook of the Environment in Southeast Asia, P. Hirsch (Ed)., Routledge, Forthcoming.

Marschke, M., “Koh Sralao village, Cambodia: an exploration into social-ecological decline and marginalization”, Revisiting Rural Places: Pathways to Poverty and Prosperity in Southeast Asia, J. Rigg and P. Vandergeest (Eds)., NUS Press, 2012, pp. 250-268. [abstract]  [Review by Rebecca Elmhirst]

Arthur, R., Friend, R., and Marschke, M., “Making adaptive co-management more than a marriage of convenience: Reconciling theory and practice in the management of fisheries in the Mekong Region.”, Collaborative Resilience: Moving Through Crisis to Opportunity., Goldstein, B. (Ed)., Cambridge, MIT Press, 2011, pp. 255-282. [abstract]

Berkes, F., Bankes, N., Marschke, M., Armitage, D., and Clark, D, “Cross-Scale Institutions and Building Resilience in the Canadian North”, Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North., F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau, and A. Diduck (Eds)., Calgary, University of Calgary Press, 2005, pp. 225-248 [abstract]

Refereed Articles in Journals

Betcherman, G., and Marschke, M.  “Coastal Livelihoods in Transition: How are Vietnamese households responding to changes in the fisheries and changes in the economy”.  Journal of Rural Studies, 2016, 45, 24-33.  [abstract]

Marschke, M. and Vandergeest, P.  “Slavery Scandals: Unpacking labour challenges and policy responses within the off-shore fisheries sector”.  Marine Policy, 2016, 68, 39-46. [.pdf]

Marschke, M. and Betcherman, G.  “Vietnam’s Seafood Boom: Economic growth with impoverishment?”.  Environment, Development and Sustainability, 2015, 1-22.  [abstract]

Marschke, M. and Wilkings, A.  “Is certification a viable option for small producer fish farmers in the global South? Insights from Vietnam”.  Marine Policy, 2014, 50(A), 197-206. [.pdf]

Bush, S., and Marschke, M.  “Making Social Sense of Aquaculture Transitions”, as part of the Special Feature: Exploring Social-Ecological Resilience through the Lens of the Social Sciences: Contributions, Critical Reflections and Constructive Debate.  Ecology and Society, 2014, 19(3): 50. [.html]

Marschke, M., Ouk L., and Kim, N.  “Can local institutions help sustain livelihoods in an era of fish declines and persistent environmental change?”, Sustainability, 2014, 6, 2490-2505. [.pdf]

Armitage, D., and Marschke, M.  “Assessing the future of small-scale fishery systems in coastal Vietnam and the implications for policy”, Environmental Science & Policy, 2013, 27: 184-194.  [abstract]

Marschke, M., Armitage, D., Van, A.L., Truong, V.T., and Mallee, H., “Do collective property rights make sense? Insights from central Vietnam”, International Journal of the Commons, 2012, 6(1): 1-27 [.pdf]

Armitage, D., Marschke, M., and Troung Van, T., “Early-stage transformation of coastal marine governance in Vietnam?”, Marine Policy, 2011, 35: 703-711 [abstract]

Truong Van, T., Armitage, D., and Marschke, M., “Livelihoods and Co-Management in the Tam Giang Lagoon, Vietnam”, Ocean & Coastal Management, 2010, 53: 327-335 [abstract]

Marschke, M. and Sinclair, J., “Learning for Sustainability through Participatory Resource Management”, Journal of Environmental Management, 2009, 90: 206-216 [abstract]

Armitage, D., Plummer, R., Berkes, F., Arthur, R., Charles, A., Davidson-Hunt, I., Diduck, A., Doubleday, N., Johnson, D., Marschke, M., McConney, P., Pinkerton, E., Wollenberg, L., “Adaptive co-management for social–ecological complexity”, Front Ecol Environ 6, doi:10.1890/070089, 2009, 7(2): 95-102 [abstract]

Armitage, D., Marschke, M., and Plummer, R., “Adaptive Co-Management and the Paradox of Learning”, Global Environmental Change, 2008: 18: 86-98 [abstract]

Fennel, D., Plummer, R., and Marschke, M., “Is Adaptive Co-Management Ethical?”, Journal of Environmental Management, 2008, 88: 62-75 [abstract]

Marschke, M., Szablowski, D., and Vandergeest, P., “Engaging Indigeneity in Development Policy”, Development Policy Review, 2008, 26(4): 483-500 [abstract]

Marschke, M., «Le Secteur des Pêcheries de l’Ère « Post » au Cambodge», Une explication de la non-transformation. Anthropologie et Sociétés, 2008, 32(1-2).

Marschke, M. and Berkes, F., “Exploring Strategies that Build Livelihood Resilience: A case from Cambodia”, Ecology and Society, 2006, 11(1): 42 [.pdf] [html]

Marschke, M. and Berkes, F., “Local Level Sustainability Planning for Livelihoods: A Cambodian experience”, International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 2005, 12: 21-33