Dr. Wesley Flannery
Wesley is a Senior Lecturer in the School of the Natural and Built Environment (SNBE) and leads the Marine Social Science Research Group at Queen's University Belfast. Wesley's main research interests include marine spatial planning, maritime governance and stakeholder participation. Wesley has published extensively across a range of journals and is an associate editor of ICES Journal of Marine Science and is member of Marine Policy's editorial board. Wesley is also a lead supervisor for several of our PhD and Post-Doc research members.
Selected publications -
Flannery, W. and McAteer, B., 2020. Assessing Marine Spatial Planning Governmentality. Maritime Studies.
Clarke, J. and Flannery, W., 2019. The post-political nature of marine spatial planning and modalities for its re- politicisation. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 22(2), pp.170-183.
Kelly, C., Ellis, G. and Flannery, W., 2019. Unravelling persistent problems to transformative marine governance. Frontiers in Marine Science, 6, pp.213.
Flannery, W., Healy, N. and Luna, M., 2018. Exclusion and non-participation in Marine Spatial Planning. Marine Policy, 88, pp.32-40.
Flannery, W. and Cinnéide, M.Ó., 2012. A roadmap for marine spatial planning: A critical examination of the European Commission's guiding principles based on their application in the Clyde MSP Pilot Project. Marine Policy, 36(1), pp.265-271.
More information -
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