TRANSNATIONAL SEAFOOD COMMODITY CHAINS AND THE COASTAL POOR IN THE MARITIME FRONTIERS OF THE ASIA-PACIFIC
Grant number: DP140101055 | Funding period: 2014 - 2017
This research aims to understand the social mechanisms by which access to the benefits of transnational seafood commodity chains in the Asia-Pacific are gained, maintained and controlled. This project will use a conceptual framework that focuses on key social relations of gender, class and ethnicity, and the key societal changes of land-use change, migration and conservation. This project offers a novel research framework for a pressing cluster of economic, environmental and social challenges in the Asia-Pacific, and will inform research and policy for poverty reduction, economic development, environmental management and food security.