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Literature Relevant to CITESThe selections below are intended as starting points for research on a lineage. Keep the following caveats in mind:
- Literature included is primarily literature known to the Project Director that either analyzes the influence of agreements in the lineage (i.e., investigates "regime effectiveness") or provides useful background.
- The literature referenced here is QUITE limited. I hope to include literature for more lineages over time and welcome suggestions. This is NOT intended as a comprehensive database of literature but simply as 5 to 10 places to start research.
- Inclusion of articles in this database are not intended as endorsements of the views or arguments of the authors.
- Know of literature that is not listed? Please suggest it.
Data from Ronald B. Mitchell. 2002-2018. International Environmental Agreements Database Project (Version 2014.3).
Available at: http://iea-archive.uoregon.edu/
Date accessed: 21 July 2018
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||Brown, Karol De Zwager. 1999. "Truce in the salmon war: alternatives for the Pacific Salmon Treaty Symposium on salmon recovery." Washington Law Review 74 (3):605-96.
||Curlier, Maaria, and Steinar Andresen. 2002. "International trade in endangered species: the CITES regime." In Environmental regime effectiveness: confronting theory with evidence, ed. E. L. Miles, A. Underdal, S. Andresen, J. Wettestad, J. B. Skjærseth and E. M. Carlin. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.357-78.
||Gibson, Clark C. 1999. Politicians and poachers : the political economy of wildlife policy in Africa. Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press.
||Kosloff, Laura H., and Mark C. Trexler. 1987. "The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species: no carrot, but where's the stick?" Environmental Law Reporter 17:10222-36.
||Reeve, Rosalind. 2002. Policing international trade in endangered species: the CITES treaty and compliance. London: Royal Institute of International Affairs and Earthscan.
||Trexler, Mark C. 1989. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora: political or conservation success?, University of California - Berkeley, Berkeley.