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Mateja Nenadovic

Mateja is a research scientist in the Coasts and Commons Co-laboratory. His research interests focus on the theory of common-pool resources and governance of marine social-ecological systems with the emphasis on adaptive co-management and other forms of multi-level governance arrangements. For his dissertation work, he researched the effects of social capital on the governance arrangements and performance of marine protected areas in the Gulf of California. Prior to coming to Duke University, he completed a dual master’s degree in marine biology and marine policy at the University of Maine.


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Commentary/Collaboration strengthens Mexican fisheries

Why do some fishing cooperatives co-manage better than others? Small-scale fishers work with researchers in a new initiative that has the potential to transform the entire fishing sector in Mexico.