Ph.D., Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California (Berkeley)
Culture and Resources
Schumann, S. and Macinko, S. 2007. “Subsistence in Coastal Fisheries Policy: What’s in a Word?,” Marine Policy 31(6):706-718.
Macinko, S. “In Search of Transition, Community, and a New Federalism: Six Questions to Confront on the Road Towards a National Policy on Dedicated Access Privileges,” in David Witherell (ed.), Managing Our Nation’s Fisheries II (Washington, D.C.: Proceedings of a Conference on Fisheries Management in the United States, 2005), pp.236-243.
Macinko, S. and D. Bromley. 2004. “Property and Fisheries for the Twenty-First Century: Seeking Coherence from Legal and Economic Doctrine,” Vermont Law Review 28:623-661.
Macinko, S. and T. Hennessey. 2003. “Fishery Management Tools: 11 Questions and Some Partial Answers/Thoughts,” in Pew Oceans Commission, Managing Marine Fisheries in the United States, 17-24.
Gerrodette, T., P. Dayton, S. Macinko and M. Fogarty. 2002. “Precautionary Management of Marine Fisheries: Moving Beyond Burden of Proof,” Bulletin of Marine Science 70(2):657-668.
Macinko, S. and D.W. Bromley. 2002. Who Owns America’s Fisheries? (Covelo, CA: Center for Resource Economics (Island Press)).
Macinko, S. and L. Raymond. 2001. “Fish on the Range: The Perils of Crossing Conceptual Boundaries in Natural Resource Policy,” Marine Policy 25(2):123-131.
Criddle, K. and S. Macinko. 2000. “A Requiem for the IFQ in U.S. Fisheries?,” Marine Policy 24(4): 461-469.
S. Macinko. 1997. “The Virtual Fisherman and the Dude: Property Rights and Social Transformations in the Halibut and Sablefish Fisheries Off Alaska.” Pp. 165-176 in G. Palsson and G. Petursdottir (editors). Social Implications of Quota Systems in Fisheries. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.
S. Macinko. 1993. “Public or Private?: U.S. Commercial Fisheries Management and the Public Trust Doctrine, Reciprocal Challenges.” Natural Resources Journal 33:919-955.