Griffin, L (2013) Good governance, scale and power : a case study of North Sea fisheries. Routledge: New York.
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|Title:||Good governance, scale and power : a case study of North Sea fisheries|
|Additional information:||2012033967 Liza Griffin. Includes bibliographical references and index. Introduction: plenty more fish in the sea? -- The North Sea crisis, the Common Fisheries Policy and its reforms -- Fisheries and the principles of good governance: the tensions and contradictions -- Fisheries and the principles of good governance: tensions and contradictions in the search for effectiveness and coherence -- All aboard: fisheries stakeholders, governance and power : redrawing the boundaries of participation -- Fish scales: rescaling and performing scale in the North Sea Region -- Red herrings and discourses of scale in the North Sea -- Reflections, theorisations and conclusions.|
|Keywords:||Fishery management North Sea. Fishery resources North Sea. Fishery policy North Sea.|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of the Built Environment > Development Planning Unit|
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