- Governing internationally shared fish stocks. International Environmental Policy (ENP 30306), Wageningen University. 24 February, 2014. Wageningen NL (Lecture)
- Fish is a four-letter word: Reframing fisheries management as a governance problem, Wageningen University, 18 Februrary, 2014, Wageningen, NL. (Presentation)
- Introduction to the BESTTuna program and the problem with setting targets in fisheries management. University of the South Pacific, 26 November, 2013, Suva, Fiji. (Invited presentation)
- Can cooperation work for juvenile tuna? Workshop: Finding solutions to saving juvenile tuna, 10 September, 2013. General Santos City, Philippines. (Invited presentation).
- Game theory and fisheries. Benefiting from strategic interaction. University of the Philippines Visayas, College of Fisheries, 4 September, 2013. Miag-ao, Philippines. (Invited Lecture).
- Pairing public and private actors for incentivized management in Indonesia. MARE People and Sea, 27 June, 2013. Amsterdam, NL (Conference).
- EU demand and the cost of certification. The case of Maldivian pole and line tuna. European Association of Fisheries Economists, 16 April, 2013. Edinburgh, Scotland (Conference).
- Limitations of market-based governance. Ocean and Coastal Governance (ENP 52806), Wageningen University. 10 April, 2013, Wageningen, NL (Lecture).
- Towards Conservation-Based Tuna Management. Université Paris-Sud, October 24, 2011. Orsay, France (Invited presentation).
- Do Europe’s reduction fisheries contribute to sustainability? International Marine Conservation Congress, May 15, 2011. Victoria, BC, Canada (Conference).
- Economic value of the world’s commercial tuna fisheries. North American Association of Fisheries Economists Forum, May 11, 2011. Honolulu, HI, USA (Conference).
- Can cooperative management of tuna fisheries in the Pacific solve the growth overfishing problem? Environmental Economics Graduate Seminar, University of California San Diego, Februrary 7, 2011. La Jolla, CA, USA (Invited Presentation).
- Economics of tuna fisheries in the western and central Pacific Ocean. Graduate Seminar Series, Michigan State University, October 29, 2011. East Lansing, MI, USA (Invited Presentation).
- Cost of juvenile fishing: bycatch in the western and central Pacific Ocean purse seine fishery. 61st Tuna Conference, May 19, 2010. Lake Arrowhead, CA, USA (Conference).
- Bioeconomics and dynamic optimization (with Ling Huang). Fisheries Economics 506, University of British Columbia, February 3, 2010. Vancouver, Canada (Lecture).
- How can social science tools assist in ecosystem-based management? Canadian Society of Ecological Economics, October 21, 2009. Vancouver, Canada (Conference).
- Privatization of the world’s fisheries. Environmental Sciences ESCI 204 (Ocean Topics in Marine Science), Western Washington University, October 15, 2009. Bellingham WA, USA (Lecture).
- Economic tradeoffs in tuna fisheries in the western and central Pacific Ocean. Quantitative Seminar Series, University of British Columbia, October 1, 2009. Vancouver, Canada (Seminar).
- Game theoretic modeling of tuna fisheries in the western and central Pacific Ocean. FAME Game Theory and Fisheries, June 4, 2009. Esbjerg, Denmark (Workshop).
- Economic tradeoffs in tuna fisheries in the western and central Pacific Ocean. North American Association of Fisheries Economists, May 19, 2009. Newport RI, USA (Conference).
- Lagrangian optimization in game theoretic analysis. Fisheries 506C (Fisheries Economics), University of British Columbia, March 12, 2009. Vancouver, Canada (Lecture).
- Economics of monitoring, control and surveillance. Earth and Ocean Sciences 478 (Introduction to Fisheries), University of British Columbia, September, 2008. Vancouver, Canada (Lecture).
- Skipjack, yellowfin and bigeye tuna management within a game theoretic framework. International Institute for Fisheries Economics and Trade, July 23, 2008. Nha Trang, Vietnam (Conference).
- Towards ecosystem-based management in the Bird’s Head Seascape. Stakeholder Meeting, July 16, 2007. Bali, Indonesia (Workshop).
- Illegal Fishing in Raja Ampat, Indonesia: An Applied Principal-Agent Analysis. North American Association of Fisheries Economists, March 25, 2007. Merida, Mexico (Conference).