Foley, P. (in press 2018). A Coxian perspective on transnational business governance proliferation: counter-hegemonic movements in fisheries. In S. Wood, K.W. Abbott, E. Meidinger, B. Eberlein, & R. Schmidt (Eds.). Transnational Business Governance Interactions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Foley, P., Mather, C., Dawe, N., & Snook, J. (in press 2018). Creative and constrained hybridizations in subarctic Inuit communities: communal fishery development in Nunatsiavut, Canada. In C.P Heidkamp & J. Morissey (Eds.). Towards Coastal Resilience and Sustainability. Routledge.
Foley, P., & Mather, C. (2018). Ocean grabbing, terraqueous territoriality and social development. Territory, Politics, Governance. DOI: 10.1080/21622671.2018.1442245
Bennett, N., Kaplan-Hallam, M., Augustine, G., Ban, N., Belhabib, D., Brueckner-Irwin, I., Charles, T., Couture, J., Eger, S., Fanning, L.,Foley, P., Goodfellow, A. M., Harper, S., Greba, L., Gregr, E., Hall, D., Maloney, B., McIsaac, J., Ou, W., Pinkerton, E., Porter, D., Satterfield, T., Sparrow, R., Stephenson, R., Stocks, A., Sumaila, R., Sutcliffe, T., & Bailey, M. (2018). Coastal and Indigenous community access to fisheries and the ocean: a policy challenge and imperative for Canada. Marine Policy, 87, 186-193.
Foley, P., & Mather, C. (in press). Bringing seafood into food regime analysis: the global political economy of Newfoundland and Labrador fisheries. In C. Keske (Ed.). Food Futures: Growing a Sustainable Food System for Newfoundland and Labrador. St. John’s: ISER Books.
Foley, P. (2017). The territorialization of transnational sustainability governance: production, power, and globalization in Iceland’s fisheries. Environmental Politics, 26(5), 915-937.
Fox, C., van Zyll de Jong, M., Hearn, B., Moores, L., Foley, P., & Harris, D. (2016). Perspectives on implementing certification on Crown forest: the case of Newfoundland and Labrador. Forestry Chronicle, 92(4), 503-511.
Foley, P., & Mather, C. (2016). Making space for community use rights: insights from “community economies” in Newfoundland and Labrador. Society and Natural Resources, 29(8), 965-980.
Foley, P., & Havice, E. (2016). The rise of territorial eco-certification: new politics of transnational sustainability governance in the fisheries sector.Geoforum, 69, 24-33. (Open access)
Foley, P., Mather, C., & Neis, B. (2015). Governing enclosure for coastal communities: social embeddedness in a Canadian shrimp fishery. Marine Policy, 61, 390-400.
Foley, P., & McCay, B. (2014). Certifying the commons: eco-certification, privatization and collective action. Ecology and Society, 19(2), 28.
Foley, P., & Hébert, K. (2013). Alternative regimes of transnational environmental certification: governance, marketization, and place in Alaska’s salmon fisheries.Environment and Planning A, 45(11), 2734-2751.
Foley, P. (2013). National government responses to Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) fisheries certification: insights from atlantic Canada. New Political Economy, 18(2), 284-307.
Foley, P. (2012). The political economy of Marine Stewardship Council Certification: processors and access in Newfoundland and Labrador’s inshore shrimp industry. Journal of Agrarian Change, 12(2&3), 436-57.