Caitriona Carter

Research professor in political science; Directrice de Recherche en Sciences Politiques

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Encadrement

APPEL à CANDIDATURE: date limite 10/09/2018

Proposition de Thèse Cifre Conseil Départemental De La Gironde / Etbx, Irstea Bordeaux

Titre : « Des systèmes alimentaires locaux aux politiques alimentaires territoriales »

Partenaires :

Collectivité accueillante: Conseil départemental de la Gironde Justine Bosredon , Chargée de mission Agenda 21

Laboratoire de recherche : ETBX, Irstea Bordeaux Caitríona Carter (Directrice de thèse) ; Nathalie Corade (co-encadrant)

Discipline : Science politique

Résumé :

Dans le cadre de son Agenda 21, le Département de la Gironde a fait de la capacité alimentaire pour toutes et tous son défi prioritaire. L’accueil d’une ou un thésard.e en convention CIFRE est l’occasion de donner à voir ce que les politiques alimentaires transforment sur les territoires. Le travail de recherche pourra contribuer à la structuration de la politique alimentaire territoriale par des apports empiriques en répondant à trois questions scientifiques : Comment se construit l’action publique autour des enjeux d’alimentation locale ? Qu’est-ce qui transforme l’action publique en politique publique locale ? Quelles sont les conséquences pour la démocratie de l’alimentation ? A partir d’un cadre d’analyse dit de « sustainability interdependence » (Carter, 2018), la thèse examinera le travail politique des acteurs au sein des différents types d’interdépendances en jeu (entre territoires, entre acteurs publiques et privés, entre connaissances) et qui les permettra (ou pas) de formaliser une politique publique locale. Elle participera ainsi à l’avancement de la réflexion et à l’animation de la transversalité dans la stratégie départementale et produira des connaissances et préconisations opérationnelles utiles et appropriables par les services et par les acteurs locaux.

Date limite de candidature: 10/09/2018

Pour tous informations concernant cet appel à candidature, contactez

Caitríona Carter, caitriona.carter@irstea.fr

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Current PhD Supervision

Paul Conchon (2015-2018): L’ ‘Approche Ecosystémique’ et la gestion durable des forêts en Aquitaine: Une sociologie politique des interactions entre "science" et "politics" (co-supervisor A. Sergent, ETBX, Irstea).

Arnaud Thomas (2016-2019): Les politiques de restauration écologique des cours d'eau et les secteurs de l'eau (comparaison France, Suisse) (co-supervisor G. Bouleau, ETBX, Irstea).

Projets réalisés et en cours

Project coordination

2015-2019: ECOGOV: A POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY OF ECOSYSTEM SCIENCES: THEORIES, NARRATIVES, INTERACTIONS AND GOVERNANCE. IdEx: LabEx COTE funded research project, University of Bordeaux. http://cote.labex.u-bordeaux.fr/

Project leader: Carter, UR ETBX, Irstea Bordeaux. Co-Contracting COTE LabEX Units: UMR BIOGECO, (INRA-Ubx1); UR LER Arcachon, IFREMER. Intra-unit Team: UR EPBX, Estuarine Ecosystem team. Other Project Partners: EFI ATLANTIC (European Forest Institute – Atlantic Regional Office); LRHA IFREMER. Interdisciplinary project (political science and natural sciences).

ECOGOV examines how the ‘Ecosystem Approach’ (EA) is redefining science-politics ‘coupling practices’ in natural resource management in Aquitaine. We compare changing science-politics relations in forest, marine coastal and estuarine ecosystems. The EA sets new challenges for coupling practices and potentially redefines power relations. We ask, who wins and who loses? Which knowledge providers are privileged? Indeed, EA policy may take many forms (e.g. market-based solutions versus public intervention), with different consequences for both science and management. Additionally, climate change phenomena can have long-term and immediate effects on ecosystems, thus introducing a new variable in both science and management choices. We ask i) how is the EA transforming science-politics coupling practices? ii) what are climate change effects on these practices? iii) which interactions between actors and institutions explain the form of EA implemented?

Project engagement:

2018-2021: COASTAL: COLLABORATIVE LAND-SEA INTEGRATION PLATFORM. H2020 EU-funded project.

Project Leader: VITO (Flemish Institute for Technological Research, Belgium); ETBX, Irstea is 1 of 29 project partners (research, SME, ONG, government, industry, interprofessional associations)

My  engagement: Working in collaboration on the case study of the Charente watershed in interaction with the Pertuis sea: i) to organise and run inter-sectoral Multi-Actor Labs facilitating a mind-mapping of stakeholders’ visions of coastal-rural interdependencies in line with sustainable territorial development; ii) to develop public policy recommendations for sustainability governing of coastal-rural interdependencies.

2018-2020 : APPAL : AGRICULTURE DE PROXIMITE ET POLITIQUES ALIMENTAIRES LOCALES. AGRICULTURE AND LOCAL FOOD POLICIES. Region of New Aquitaine funded research project

Project leader: Mayté Banzo, UMR PASSAGES, (Bordeaux). Partners: EADT, Irstea (Bordeaux); CREOP EA 4332 (Limoges); GEOLAB (Limoges); RURALITES (Poitiers)

My  engagement: Case study on the role of aquaculture in local food initiatives. What role for farmed fish products in local food initiatives (local markets, supplying school canteens...)? Are fish farmers engaged in the shaping of local food policies and, if not, why not?

 

Publications

PUBLICATIONS SINCE 2008

Carter, C. (2018) The Politics of Aquaculture: Sustainability interdependence, territory and regulation in fish farming. Abingdon: Routledge.

https://www.routledge.com/The-Politics-of-Aquaculture-Sustainability-Interdependence-Territory/Carter/p/book/9781138499225

Carter, C. (2018 forthcoming) ‘Interdépendance’ in Hay, C., Smith, A. (Eds) Dictionnaire du rapport capitalisme-politique ? Presses de Science Po ;

Carter, C. ‘La pisciculture entre politisation de contestation et politisation régulatrice : Une variété de pratiques et d’usages de la durabilité’ in Fouilleux, E., Michel, L. (Dir) Quand l’alimentation se fait politique, Presses de Science Po (Under review).

Drouineau, H., Carter, C., Rambonilaza, T., Beaufaron, G. Bouleau, G., Gassiat, A., Lambert, P., le Floch, S,. Tétard, S., de Oliveira, E. 2018. ‘River Continuity Restoration and diadromous fishes: much more than an ecological issue’, Environmental Management, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-017-0992-3.

Carter, C. & Smith, A. (2018) ‘L’Europe et les territoires’, in Costa, O. & Mérand, F. (Eds.) Traité d’études européennes, Paris: Editions Larcier (17,791 words).

Friberg, N., Buijse, T., Carter, C., Hering, D., Spears, B., Verdonschot, P., Moe, T. (2017). ‘Effective restoration of aquatic ecosystems: scaling the barriers’, WIREs Water, doi: 10.1002/wat2.1190.

Görg, C., Wittmer, H., Carter, C., Turnhout, E. Vandewalle, M., Schindler, S., Livorell, B., Lux, A. (2016) ‘Governance options for Science-Policy Interfaces on biodiversity and ecosystem services: comparing a Network vs. a Platform approach’, Biodiversity and Conservation 25:1235–1252.

Carter, C. (2015) ‘Who governs Europe? Public versus private regulation of sustainability of fish feeds’, Journal of European Integration, 37(3), 335-352.

Carter, C. & Lawn, M. (2015) (Eds.) Governing Europe’s spaces: European Union re-imagined, Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Carter, C., Freeman, R. & Lawn, M. (2015) ‘Introduction: Governing Europe’s spaces: European Union re-imagined’, in Carter, C. and Lawn, M. (Eds.) Governing Europe’s spaces: European Union re-imagined, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1-23.

Carter, C. (2015) ‘De-politicizing Europe: Collective private action and sustainable Europe’, in Carter, C. & Lawn, M. (Eds.) Governing Europe’s Spaces: European Union Re-Imagined, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 172-194.

Carter, C. (2014) ‘The transformation of Scottish fisheries: Sustainable interdependence from ‘net to plate’’, Marine Policy, 44, 131-138.

Carter, C. & Cazals, C. (2014) ‘The EU’s government of aquaculture: Completeness unwanted’, in Jullien, B. & Smith, A. (Eds.) The EU’s government of industries: Markets, institutions and politics, Abingdon: Routledge, 2014, pp. 84-114.

Carter, C., Ramírez, S. & Smith, A. (2014) ‘Trade Policy: All pervasive but to what end?’ in Jullien, B. & Smith, A. (Eds.) The EU’s government of industries: Markets, institutions and politics, Abingdon: Routledge, 2014, pp. 216-240.

Carter, C., Cazals, C., Hildermeier, J., Michel, L. & Villareal, A. (2014) ‘Sustainable development policy: ‘Competitiveness’ in all but name’, in Jullien, B. and Smith, A. (Eds.) The EU’s government of industries: Markets, institutions and politics, Abingdon: Routledge, 2014, pp. 165-189.

Carter, C. (2013) ‘Rethinking UK Parliamentary Adaptation in EU Affairs: Devolution and Europeanisation’, Journal of Legislative Studies, 2013, 19(3), 392-409.

Carter, C. (2013) ‘Constructing sustainability in EU fisheries: Re-drawing the boundary between science and politics?’ Environmental Science and Policy, 30, 26-35.

Carter, C. (2012) ‘Integrating sustainable development in the European government of industry: Sea fisheries and aquaculture compared’ in Nic Shuibhne, N. & Gormley, L. (Eds.) From Single Market to Economic Union, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 289-314.

Carter, C. (2011) ‘L’Espace’ in Cole, A., Guinger, S. & Pasquer, R. (Eds.) Dictionnaire des Politiques Territoriales, Paris : Sciences Po Presses, 230-235.

Carter, C. & Pasquier, R. (2010) ‘Introduction: Studying regions as ‘spaces for politics’: Re-thinking territory and strategic action’, Regional and Federal Studies, 20(3), 281-294.

Carter, C. & Pasquier, R. (2010) ‘The Europeanization of regions as ‘spaces for politics’: A research agenda’, Regional and Federal Studies, 20(3), 295-314.

Carter, C. & Pasquier, R. (2010) ‘Conclusions’, Regional and Federal Studies, 20(3), 425-430.

Carter, C. & Smith A. (2009) ‘What has Scottish devolution changed? Sectors, territory and polity-building’, British Politics, 4(3), 315-340.

Carter, C. & Smith A. (2008) ‘Revitalizing public policy approaches to the EU: ‘Territorial institutionalism,’ fisheries and wine’, Journal of European Public Policy, 15(2), 263-281

Carter, C. (2008) ‘Identifying causality in public institutional change: The adaptation of the National Assembly of Wales to the European Union’, Public Administration, 86(2), 345-361.

Carter, C. (2008) ‘Globalization, Scottish fisheries and ‘political work’: Global-EU-local dialectics’ in Jullien,B. & Smith, A. (Eds.) Industries and Globalization: The Political Causality of Divergent Responses, London: Palgrave, pp. 149-181.

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