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Asia, biodiversity, institutions, international, law, legal, policy, political, governance, politics, international environmental law/ agreements/ negotiations, comparative politics, international relations, India, and trade
Axelrod’s current research centers around two dynamics. First, one area of research addresses relationships across issue areas in international relations, including statistical tests of institutional change and the conditions under which Regional Fisheries Management Organizations address climate change. Second, other research assesses how international resource governance rules affect local ecological, livelihood, and equity outcomes.
Mark Axelrod, Brian Roth, Daniel B. Kramer, Shyam S. Salim, Julia M. Novak, T V. Sathianandan, and Somy Kuriakose, “Cascading Globalization and Local Response: Indian Fishers’ Response to Export Market Liberalization” The Journal of Environment & Development, 24(3) (2015). doi: 10.1177/1070496515591577
Julia M. Novak and Mark Axelrod, “Multi-level Fisheries Governance and Their Impact on Fishermen’s Adaptation Strategies in Tamil Nadu, India” (accepted for publication in Environmental Policy & Governance, May 2015). doi: 10.1002/eet.1694
Michelle L. Lute and Mark Axelrod, “Public preferences for wolf management processes in Michigan” Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 20(7) (2015). doi: 10.1080/10871209.2015.956850
Mark Axelrod, “Clash of the Treaties: Responding to Institutional Interplay in EC-Chile Swordfish Negotiations” European Journal of International Relations, 20(4): 987-1013 (2014). doi: 10.1177/1354066113499386
Katherine Groff and Mark Axelrod, “A Baseline Analysis of Poaching Incentives in Chiquibul National Park, Belize” Conservation and Society 11(3): 277-290 (2013). doi:10.4103/0972-4923.121031
Mark Axelrod, “Savings Clauses and the ‘Chilling Effect’: Regime Interplay as Constraints on International Governance/Law,” in Managing Institutional Complexity: Regime Interplay and Global Environmental Change, Oberthür, Sebastian and Olav Schram Stokke, eds. (2011, MIT Press).