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Researcher: Vince, JZ (Dr Joanna Vince)

Research Fields

Public Policy
Environment Policy
Urban Sociology and Community Studies
Environmental and Natural Resources Law
Social Policy
Comparative Government and Politics
Policy and Administration
Urban and Regional Studies (excl. Planning)
Social and Cultural Geography
Health Policy
Australian Government and Politics
Gravimetrics
Political Theory and Political Philosophy
Environmental Management
Economic Development Policy
Fisheries Sciences
Environmental Rehabilitation (excl. Bioremediation)
International Relations

Research Impact

Coastal and Marine Management Policy
Government and Politics
Public Services Policy Advice and Analysis
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Natural Hazards in Marine Environments
Environmental Policy, Legislation and Standards
Ecosystem Assessment and Management of Marine Environments
Political Systems
Community Service (excl. Work)
International Relations
Institutional Arrangements for Environmental Protection
Ecosystem Assessment and Management at Regional or Larger Scales
Protected Conservation Areas in Marine Environments
Child Health
Rehabilitation of Degraded Environments
Pulp and Paper

Career Best Publications

Australia's oceans policy: past, present and future; Marine Policy
Integrated policy approaches and policy failure: the case of Australia’s Oceans Policy; Policy Sciences
Marine bioregional plans and implementation issues: Australia's oceans policy process; Marine Policy
Marine Resources Management; LexisNexis Butterworths
Oceans Governance in the Twenty-first Century: Managing the Blue Planet; Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Policy Transfer in Oceans Governance: Learning Lessons from Australia's Oceans Policy Process; Ocean Yearbook
Science into policy? Discourse, coastal management and knowledge; Environmental Science & Policy
The South East Regional Marine Plan: Implementing Australia's Oceans Policy; Marine Policy

Research Publications

Australia's Oceans Policy: Five Years of Integration Across Sectors and Jurisdictions?; Maritime Studies
Advancing maritime Australia; Marine Resources Management
Australia's ocean commitments from Rio+20: moving forward or two steps back?; Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference
Australia's oceans policy: past, present and future; Marine Policy
Australia's Oceans Policy: Ten Years of Policy Implementation; Public Policy Network Conference
Australian Ocean Governance - Initiatives and Challenges; Coastal Management
Australian Ocean Governance - Initiatives, Challenges and Opportunities; APSA Conference
Book Review: Regions, institution, and the Law of the Sea: Studies in Ocean Governance
Coming, ready or not! Perceptions of flood risk in the Launceston community; 5th Victorian Flood Management Conference
Contemporary challenges in environmental governance: technology, governance and the social licence; Environmental Policy and Governance
Flood risk in Launceston: Understanding community perceptions and policy responses
Food for thought: what we know, and how we know governance and coastal zone management, Australia; Coast to Coast: Living on the Edge, Australia's Biennial National Coastal Conference
Girt by Sea: The challenge of managing Australia's Marine Resources; Marine Resources Management
Hybrid governance of aquaculture: opportunities and challenges; Singapore Public Policy Network Conference
Integrated policy approaches and policy failure: the case of Australia’s Oceans Policy; Policy Sciences
International Progress in Marine Spatial Planning; Ocean Yearbook 27
Introduction: Oceans governance: Where have we been and where are we going?; Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs
Levee construction: policies and beyond; Water Engineering Australia
Managing Australia's oceans through the Oceans Policy Process; Marine Resources Management
Marine bioregional plans and implementation issues: Australia's oceans policy process; Marine Policy
Marine Resources Management; LexisNexis Butterworths
May contain traces of…
My experiences as a student and an academic in the School of Government; 50th Anniversary Symposium: Tasmania and the State of Politics
New Zealand Oceans Governance: A Safe Harbour or a Lee Shore?; APSA Conference
New Zealand oceans governance: Calming turbulent waters; Marine Policy: The International Journal of Ocean Affairs
Ocean governance in the South Pacific region: Progress and plans for action; Marine Policy: The International Journal of Ocean Affairs
Oceans governance and marine spatial planning in Australia; Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs
Oceans Governance in the Twenty-first Century: Managing the Blue Planet; Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Plastic pollution challenges in marine and coastal environments: from local to global governance; Restoration Ecology
Policy capacity in oceans governance: Rio+20 and Australia’s outcomes; Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs
Policy Communities and the Development of National Systems of Marine Protected Areas in Australia and Canada; Australian Political Studies Association Conference
Policy Integration and Multi-Level Governance: Dealing with the Vertical Dimension of Policy Mix Designs; Politics and Governance
Policy responses to IUU fishing in Northern Australian waters; Ocean and Coastal Management
Policy Transfer in Ocean Governance: Australia, Canada and New Zealand; APSA Conference
Policy Transfer in Oceans Governance: Learning Lessons from Australia's Oceans Policy Process; Ocean Yearbook
Protecting the marine environment in the Tasmanian Pulp Mill policy process; APSA Conference
Science into policy? Discourse, coastal management and knowledge; Environmental Science & Policy
Swimming in plastic soup: governance solutions to the marine debris problem; Australian Political Studies Association Conference
Ten years of implementing Australia's Oceans Policy: From an integrated approach to an environmental policy focus; Maritime Studies
The Development of Australia's Oceans Policy: Change and Stability in a Policy Community
The Development of Australia's Oceans Policy: Institutions and the 'Oceans Policy Community'; Australasian Political Studies Association Conference
The effectiveness of international and domestic policy responses to Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing (IUU Fishing) in Northern Australian waters; Oceanic Conference on International Studies
The Launceston flood policies: Levees and beyond; The Australian Journal of Emergency Management
The Pulp Mill and the Sea; Pulp Friction in Tasmania
The South East Regional Marine Plan: Implementing Australia's Oceans Policy; Marine Policy
Weighing up the risks - the decision to purchase housing on a flood plain; The Australian Journal of Emergency Management

Research Projects

CSIRO Flagship Cluster: Institutional and Social Barriers To Science Impact; CSIRO-Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
Environmental Non-Governmental Organisations and Their Roles in Ocean Governance - Advocates, Watchdogs or Policy Advisors?; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Environmental Restoration: Linking Science and Governance; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Policy Communities and the Development of National Systems of Marine Protected Areas in Australian and Canada; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Policy Transfer in Ocean Governance: Australia, Canada and New Zealand; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Flood Risk Study

Research Candidate Supervision

'Sense and Sensibilities of Place' A comparative study of bioregionalism in regional and rural Tasmania
Alternative Discourses of Child Soldiering with Reference to the Case of Sierra Leone
Disaster Management- An exploration of participatory and holistic policy and practice- Approaches in Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America
Environmental Policy and Inter-Environmental Conflict. Developing and Testing an Organisation Dichotomy Model
Has Rural/Regional Community Planning Provided a Focus on Civic Participation as a Method to Garner Community Involvement or Has it Created a Negemonic Scapegoat?
Public Policy Making in Tasmania and the Influence of Public Actors
Who Benefits? Decentralised Governance through Community Forestry in Nepal