Jesper Raakjaer
Jesper Raakjaer
Professor in Fisheries Governance and Port Development, Aalborg University
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Fisheries co-management: a comparative analysis
S Sen, JR Nielsen
Marine policy 20 (5), 405-418, 1996
The fisheries co-management experience: accomplishments, challenges and prospects
DC Wilson, JR Nielsen, P Degnbol
Springer Science & Business Media, 2003
Fisheries co-management—an institutional innovation? Lessons from South East Asia and Southern Africa
JR Nielsen, P Degnbol, KK Viswanathan, M Ahmed, M Hara, ...
Marine Policy 28 (2), 151-160, 2004
Painting the floor with a hammer: technical fixes in fisheries management
P Degnbol, H Gislason, S Hanna, S Jentoft, JR Nielsen, ...
Marine Policy 30 (5), 534-543, 2006
Important factors influencing rule compliance in fisheries lessons from Denmark
JR Nielsen, C Mathiesen
Marine Policy 27 (5), 409-416, 2003
An analytical framework for studying: compliance and legitimacy in fisheries management
JR Nielsen
Marine policy 27 (5), 425-432, 2003
Management, Co-management, Or No Management?: Major Dilemmas in Southern African Freshwater Fisheries
E Jul-Larsen
Food & Agriculture Org., 2003
User participation and institutional change in fisheries management: a viable alternative to the failures of ‘top-down’driven control?
JR Nielsen, T Vedsmand
Ocean & Coastal Management 42 (1), 19-37, 1999
Local ecological knowledge and practical fisheries management in the tropics: a policy brief
DC Wilson, J Raakjær, P Degnbol
Marine Policy 30 (6), 794-801, 2006
Fishermen's tactical and strategic decisions: A case study of Danish demersal fisheries
AS Christensen, J Raakjær
Fisheries research 81 (2-3), 258-267, 2006
Experiences with fisheries co-management in Africa
M Hara, JR Nielsen
The fisheries co-management experience, 81-97, 2003
Objectives of fisheries management: case studies from the UK, France, Spain and Denmark
S Mardle, S Pascoe, J Boncoeur, B Le Gallic, JJ Garcı́a-Hoyo, I Herrero, ...
Marine Policy 26 (6), 415-428, 2002
Ecosystem-based marine management in European regional seas calls for nested governance structures and coordination—a policy brief
J Raakjaer, J Van Leeuwen, J van Tatenhove, M Hadjimichael
Marine Policy 50, 373-381, 2014
Stakeholder preferences for Danish fisheries management of sand eel and Norway pout
JR Nielsen, C Mathiesen
Fisheries Research 77 (1), 92-101, 2006
Swimming upstream: Market access for African fish exports in the context of WTO and EU negotiations and regulation
S Ponte, J Raakjær, L Campling
Development Policy Review 25 (1), 113-138, 2007
On unequal footing: stakeholder perspectives on the marine strategy framework directive as a mechanism of the ecosystem-based approach to marine management
K Ounanian, A Delaney, J Raakjær, P Ramirez-Monsalve
Marine Policy 36 (3), 658-666, 2012
Transformation of South African industrial fisheries
JR Nielsen, M Hara
Marine Policy 30 (1), 43-50, 2006
Implementing the Marine Strategy Framework Directive: A policy perspective on regulatory, institutional and stakeholder impediments to effective implementation
J van Leeuwen, J Raakjaer, L van Hoof, J van Tatenhove, R Long, ...
Marine Policy 50, 325-330, 2014
Has reforming South African fisheries contributed to wealth redistribution and poverty alleviation?
M Isaacs, M Hara, J Raakjaer
Ocean & Coastal Management 50 (5-6), 301-313, 2007
Moving beyond panaceas in fisheries governance
OR Young, DG Webster, ME Cox, J Raakjær, LØ Blaxekjær, N Einarsson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (37), 9065-9073, 2018
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