Selected Publications

Selected Publications by Prof Chris Cocklin, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Higgins, V., Potter, C., Dibden, J. and Cocklin, C., 2014, Neoliberalising rural environments, Journal of Rural Studies, 36, pp 386-390.

Higgins, V., Dibden, J., Moon, K. and Cocklin, C., 2014, Payments for ecosystem services: Neoliberalisation, and the hybrid governance of land management in Australia, Journal of Rural Studies, 36, pp 463-474.

Dibden, J., Cocklin, C. and Gibbs, D., 2013, Framing GM crops as a food security solution, Journal of Rural Studies, 29, pp 59-70.

Moon, K. and Cocklin, C., 2012, Policy and management options for the mitigation of environmental change. In Matthews, J.A. et al. (eds.) Handbook of Environmental Change, pp 406-425. UK: Sage.

Higgins, V., Dibden, J., and Cocklin, C., 2012, Market instruments and the neoliberalisation of land management in rural Australia. Geoforum, 43, pp 377-386.

Moon, K., Marshall, N. and Cocklin, C., 2012, Personal circumstances and social characteristics as determinants of landholder participation in biodiversity conservation programs, Journal of Environmental Management, 113, pp 292-300.

Taylor, A., Cocklin, C. and Brown, R., 2012, Fostering environmental champions: A process to build their capacity to drive. Journal of Environmental Management, 98, pp 84-97.

Dibden, J, Higgins, V. and Cocklin, C., 2011, Harmonising the Governance of Farming Risks: agricultural biosecurity and biotechnology in Australia, Australian Geographer, 42(2), pp 105-122.

Laurance, William F., Dell, Bernard, Turton, Stephen M., Lawes, Michael J., Hutley, Lindsay B., McCallum, Hamish, Dale, Patricia, Bird, Michael, Hardy, Giles, Prideaux, Gavin, Gawne, Ben, McMahon, Clive R., Yu, Richard, Hero, Jean-Marc, Schwarzkopf, Lin, Krockenberger, Andrew, Setterfield, Samantha A., Douglas, Michael, Silvester, Ewen, Mahony, Michael, Vella, Karen, Saikia, Udoy, Wahren, Carl-Henrik, Xu, Zhihong, Smith, Bradley, and Cocklin, Chris, 2011, The 10 Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points, Biological Conservation, 144(5), pp 1472-1480.

Moon, K., and Cocklin, C., 2011, Landholder-Based Approach to the Design of Private-Land Conservation Programs, Conservation Biology, 25(3), pp 493-503.

Moon, K., and Cocklin, C., 2011, Participation in biodiversity conservation: Motivations and barriers of Australian landholders, Journal of Rural Studies, 27, pp 331-342.

Taylor, A., Cocklin, C., Brown, R., and Wilson-Evered, E., 2011, An investigation of champion-driven leadership processes, The Leadership Quarterly, 22, pp 412-433.

Higgins, V., Dibden, J., and Cocklin, C., 2010, Adapting standards: the case of Environmental Management Systems in Australia. In V. Higgins, S. Kitto and W. Larner (eds.), Calculating the Social: Standards and the Reconfiguration of Governing, pp 167-184. Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills, Hampshire, UK.

Little, L. and Cocklin, C., 2010, The vulnerability of urban slum dwellers to global environmental change. In Matthew, R., Barnett, J., McDonald, B. and O'Brien, K (eds.) Global Environmental Change and Human Security, pp 77-95. MIT Press.

Andree, P., Dibden, J., Higgins, V., and Cocklin, C., 2010, Competitive productivism and Australia’s emerging ‘alternative’ agri-food networks: Producing for farmers’ markets in Victoria and beyond, Australian Geographical Studies, 41(3), pp 307-322.

Dibden, J., and Cocklin, C., 2010, Re-mapping regulatory space: The new governance of Australian dairying, Geoforum, 41, pp 410-422.

Morrison, P.J., Brown, R.R., and Cocklin, C., 2010, Transitioning to a waterways city: municipal context, capacity and commitment. Water Science & Technology, 62(1), pp 162-171.

Cocklin, C., 2009, Environmental Policy. In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Kitchin, R., Thrift, N. (eds), Volume 3, pp 540-545, Oxford: Elsevier.

Cocklin, C., and Dibden, J., 2009, Systems in peril: climate change, agriculture and biodiversity in Australia, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 8, pp 1-21.

Dibden, J. and Cocklin, C., 2009, ‘Multifunctionality’: Trade protectionism or a new way forward? Environment and Planning A, 41, pp 163-182.

Dibden, J., Potter, C. and Cocklin, C., 2009, Contesting the neoliberal project for agriculture: Productivist and multifunctional trajectories in the European Union and Australia, Journal of Rural Studies, 25, pp 299-308.

Greiner, R., Gordon, I. and Cocklin, C., 2009, Ecosystem services from tropical savannas: Economic opportunities through payments for environmental services, The Rangeland Journal, 31(1), pp 51-59.

Cocklin, C., Dibden, J. and Gibbs, D., 2008, Competitiveness versus ‘clean and green’? The regulation and governance of GMOs in Australia and the U.K., Geoforum, 39 (1), pp 161-173.

Gibbs, D., Cocklin, C. and Dibden, J., 2008, Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and the future of rural spaces. Geoforum, 39, pp 145-147.

Higgins, V., Dibden, J and Cocklin, C., 2008, Building alternative agri-food networks: certification, embeddedness and agri-environmental governance, Journal of Rural Studies, 24, pp 15-27.

Higgins, V., Dibden, J. and Cocklin, C., 2008, Neoliberalism and natural resource management: Agri-environmental standards and the governing of farming practices, Geoforum, 39(5), pp 1776-1785.

Stubbs, W. and Cocklin, C., 2008, Conceptualizing a ‘Sustainability Business Model’, Organization & Environment, 21(2), pp 103-127.

Stubbs, W. and Cocklin, C., 2008, Teaching sustainability to business students: shifting mindsets, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 9(3), pp 206-221.

Stubbs, W. and Cocklin, C., 2008, An ecological modernist interpretation of sustainability: the case of Interface Inc., Business Strategy & the Environment, 17, pp 512-523.