1. Research contributions over the recent years (2005-)
Makino M. (2011) Fisheries Management in Japan: its institutional features and case studies (Fish and Fisheries Series Vol.34), Springer.
1.2 Refereed contributions
(R) Makino M (2017) Institutional and economic analysis on the Japanese fisheries management, and its expansion to the marine ecosystem conservation. AGri-Bioscience Monographs, 7: 1-24.
(R) Tsurita I, Hori M, Makino M (2017) Fishers and Conservation: sharing the case study of Hinase, Japan. (Westlund L, Charles A, Garcia SM, Sanders J ed.s) Marine Protected Areas: Interactions with fishery livelihoods and food security (FAO Fisheries and Acuaculture Technical Paper 603), FAO and IUCN, Rome, 41-50.
(R) Sweke E, Kobayashi Y, Makino M, Sakurai Y (2016) Comparative job satisfaction of fishers in northeast Hokkaido, Japan for coastal fisheries management and aquaculture development, Ocean & Coastal Management, 120: 170-179.
(R) Bundy A, Chuenpagdee R, Cooley SR, Defo O, Glaeser B, Guillotreau P, Isaacs M, Makino M, Perry RI (2015) A decision support tool for response to global change in marine systems: the IMBER-ADApT Framework. FISH and FISHERIES, 17: 1183-1193.
(R) Vlachopulou EI, Makino M, Matsuda H (2014) Fisheries vs. Marine Conservation: Lessons Learned from the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage Site. Annuals of Marine Sociology, XXIII: 36-43.
(R) Makino M, Cabanban A, Jentft S (2014) Fishersüf Organization: Their role in decision-making for fisheries and conservation. In (S.M. Garcia, J. Rice, and A.T. Charles ed.s) Governance of Marine Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation: Interactions and co-evolution, Willey-Blackwells, 385-397.
(R) Makino M, Sakurai Y (2014) Towards the integrated research in fisheries science. Fisheries Science, 80: 227-236.
(R) Makino M, Kim S, Velikanov A, Criddle K, Funamoto T, Hirota M, Sakurai Y (2014) Introduction: From the birth to the table of walleye pollock. Fisheries Science, 80: 103-107.
(R) Makino M (2013) Japan. In (J.S. Sanders, D. Greboval, A Hjort ed.s) Marine Protected Areas: Country case studies on policy, governance and institutional issues (FAO Fisheries and aquaculture technical paper 556/2), FAO, Rome, 5-15.
(R) Makino M, Sakurai Y (2012) Adaptation to climate change effects on fisheries in the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage area, Japan. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69: 1134-1140.
(R) Garcia S.M., Kolding J., Rice J., Rochet Marie-Joelle, Zhou S., Arimoto T., Beyer J. E., Borges L., Bundy A., Dunn D., Fulton E. A., Hall M., Heino M., Law R., Makino M., Rijnsdorp A. D., Simard Francois, Smith A. D.M. (2012). Reconsidering the Consequences of Selective Fisheries, Science, 335: 1045-1047.
(R) Makino M. (2012) Ecosystem-based fisheries management in the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage, Japan. In (G. Kruse, H. Browman, K. Cochrane, D. Evans, G. Jamieson, P. Livingston, D. Woody, and C.I. Zhang ed.s) Global Progress on Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management, Alaska Sea Grant, 237-256
(R) Makino M, Hirota M, Machiguchi Y ügManagement Tool-box for sea cucumber managementüh. Journal of Resource and Ocean of Kuroshio 12:25-39 (2011). [in Japanese]
(R) Makino M ügChoice of management options for sea cucumber fisheries: a simulation analysisüh Japanese Journal of Fisheries Economics 55(1): 149-165 (2011). [in Japanese]
(R) Makino M, Matsuda H. ügEcosystem-based management in the Asia-Pacific regionüh, In (Ommar RE, Perry RI, Cochrane K, and Cury P. Ed.s) World Fisheries: A Social-Ecological Analysis, Wiley-Blackwells, 322-333 (2011).
(R) Makino M ügCoastal Fisheries in Japanüh. In (Q. Grafton et al. Eds) Handbook of Marine fisheries conservation and management, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 287-298. (2010)
(R) Makino M ügMarine Protected Areas and Communities in Japanüh Envrionemental Research 157: 55-62 (2010) [in Japanese]
(R) Matsuda H, Makino M, Tomiyama M, Glecich S, Castilla J.C.. ügFisheries management in Japan, Ecological Researchüh, 25(5): 899-907(2010).
(R) Makino M, Matsuda H, Sakurai Y. ügExpanding Fisheries Co-management to Ecosystem-based management: A case in the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage, Japanüh. Marine Policy, 33: 207-214 (2009).
(R) Matsuda H, Makino M, Sakurai Y. ügDevelopment of an adaptive marine ecosystem management and co-management plan at the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage Siteüh. Biological Conservation, 142: 1937-1942 (2009).
(R) Oyamada S, Ueno Y, Makino M, Kotani K, Matsuda H. ügBio-economic assessment of size separators in Pacific saury fisheryüh. Fisheries Science, 75: 273-283 (2009).
(R) Q. Grafton, R. Hillborn, D. Squires, M. Williams, S. Garcia, T. Groves, J. Joseph, G. Libecap, M. Makino, G. San Martin, T. Matthiasson, A. Parma, L. Ridgeway, B. Satia, L. Zang. Positioning Fisheries in a Changing World, Marine Policy, Vol 32: 630-634 (2008).
(R) Makino M ügMarine Protected Areas for the Snow Crab Bottom Fishery off Kyoto Prefecture, Japanüh. In Case Studies in Fisheries Self-governance. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper No. 504, Rome, Italy, 211-220 (2008).
(R) M. Tomiyama, T. Komatsu and Makino M ügSandeel Fisheries Governance in Ise Bay, Japanüh, In Case Studies in Fisheries Self-governance. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper No. 504. Rome, Italy, 201-210(2008).
(R) Uchida H and Makino M ügJapanese Coastal Fishery Co-managementüh, In Case Studies in Fisheries Self-governance. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper No. 504. Rome, Italy, 221-230(2008).
(R) Matsuda H, Makino M, Kotani K. ügOptimal Fishing Policies That Maximize Sustainable Ecosystem servicesüh. In (K. Tsukamoto, T. Kawamura, T. Takeuchi, T.D. Beard Jr, and M.J. Kaiser eds.) Fisheries for Global Welfare and EnvironmentüATERRAPUBüApp.359-369 (2008).
(R) Makino M ügRisk analysis of adaptive fisheries managementüh. Japanese Journal of Fisheries Economics 52(2): 49-67 (2007). [in Japanese]
(R) Makino M ügMillennium Ecosystem Assessment and marine fisheriesüh. Japanese Journal of Fisheries Economics 52(1): 35-48 (2007). [in Japanese]
(R) Makino M ügResource Recovery Plan; its nature and issuesüh. Regional Fisheries Research 46(3): 29-42. [in Japanese]
(R) Makino M and Matsuda H ügInstitutional and economic issues in expanding fisheries management to ecosystem-based managementüh. Annual Report of the Society of Environmental Economics, Japan. 11: 270ü|284üD[in Japanese]
(R) Makino M. ügThe Ecosystem Approach of the CBD and fisheries management in Japanüh. Global Environmental Research 9: 95-104 (2005).
(R) A.G. Rossberg, H. Matsuda, F. Koike, T. Amemiya, M. Makino, M. Morino, T. Kubo, S. Shimode, S. Nakai, M. Kato, T. Shigeoka, K. Urano ügA guideline for ecological risk management procedureüh. Landscape and Ecological Engineering 1: 221-228 (2005).
(R) Makino M and Matsuda H ügCo-Management in Japanese Coastal Fishery: Itüfs Institutional Features and Transaction Costüh Marine Policy 29: 441-450 (2005).
1.3 Non-refereed contributions
Miyazawa Y, Makino M (2012) Role of fisheries and ecosystem-based management: Shiretoko, Japan. In (Amareswar Galla ed.) World Heritage: Benefits Beyond Borders, UNESCO and Cambridge University Press, 253-263.
Makino M and Fluharty DL (2011) Report of the Study Group on Human Dimensions (PICES Scientific Report No.39). 1-40. (http://pices.int/publications/scientific_reports/Report39/Rep39.pdf)
Makino M, Matsuda H, and Sakurai Y. (2011) Siretoko: Expanding Fisheries Co-management to Ecosystem-based Management. In (United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies Operating Unit Ishikawa/Kanazawa Ed.) Biological and Cultural Diversity in Coastal Communities: Exploring the Potential of Satoumi for Implementing the Ecosystem Approach in the Japanese Archipelago (CBD Technical Series No.61), Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal, pp. 19-23. (http://www.cbd.int/doc/publications/cbd-ts-61-en.pdf)
Chris Harvey, Glen Jamieson, Patricia Livingston, Chang-Ik Zhang, Elena Dulepova, David Fluharty, Xianshi Jin, Tatsu Kishida, Jae Bong Lee, Mitsutaku Makino, R. Ian Perry, Vladimir Radchenko, Qisheng Tang, Inja Yeon and Elizabeth Fulton (2010) National Approaches Used to Describe and Delineate Marine Ecosystems and Subregions in the North Pacific. Report of Working Group 19 on Ecosystem-based Management Science and its Application to the North Pacific (PICES Scientific Report No. 37), 91-116.
David Fluharty, Chris Harvey, Glen Jamieson, Xianshi Jin, Patricia Livingston, Mitsutaku Makino, Vladimir Radchenko and Chang-Ik Zhang (2010) Developing an Ecosystem-based Approach for Ocean Management in the PICES Region. Report of Working Group 19 on Ecosystem-based Management Science and its Application to the North Pacific (PICES Scientific Report No. 37), 3-82.
Makino M ügFisheries Management under Species Alternation: case of the Pacific purse seiner off Japanüh, Proceedings of the International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade (IIFET) (2010).
Makino M ügAdaptive management and risk analysis of fisheries resourcesüh in (S. Teranishi and N. Ishida. Ed.s) Introduction for Natural Resource Economics 1. 166-190, Chuo-keizai-sya: Tokyo (2010). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügInteractions between fisheries species alternation and fisheriesüh. Aquanet Monthly, December, Soubun-sya: Tokyo (2010).[in Japanese]
Makino M ügGrand Design of Fisheries Management in Japanüh. Fisheries Sector, June-August, Japan Fisheries Association: Tokyo (2010). [in Japanese].
Y. Sakurai, M. Makino, H. Matsuda (2010) ügSustainable Fisheries in Shiretoko, Japanüh. (Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity) Business 2010, 5(3): 32-33.
Makino M ügInternational comparison of fisheries sector structures and ITQüh. Marine Fisheries Engineering, 92: 17-23 (2010). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügMarine Protected Areas in Japan and their monitoringüh. Ocean Monthly 42(2): 107-115 (2010). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügGrand Design of Fisheries Management in Japanüh. Suisan-Shinkou 504: 1-51 (2009). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügGrand Design of Fisheries Management in Japanüh. Marine Fisheries Engineering 88: 35-44. [in Japanese]
Makino M ügGrand Design of Fisheries Management in Japanüh. Ocean Monthly 41(9)üA520-526 (2009). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügRoles of fisheries in Ecosystem-based management: case of the Shiretoko World Natural Heritageüh. Resource Management Study Group Report of the Institute of Cetacean Research, Japan 43: 1-9 (2009). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügApplication of risk management to fisheries resource and ecosystem-based managementüh. Report of Bio-Ecological Risk Management COE program, p225-232 (2008). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügRole of Fishers in Marine Ecosystem Co-management: Case of Shiretoko World Natural Heritage Areaüh. APEC Bulletin on Marine Resource Conservation and Fisheries IX (1): 10-20(2007).
Makino M ügFisheries and ecosystem-based managementüh. National Parks 655:16-19 (2007). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügMarine ecosystem-based managementüh. Marine Fisheries Engineering, March (2007). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügTheory and case studies of fisheries resource managementüh (Yokohama National University Ed.) Introduction to Bio-Ecological Risk Management p 141ü|155, Ohm-sya: Tokyo (2007). [in Japanese]
H. Matsuda and Makino M ügFisheries resourcesüh (Ocean Policy Research Institute Ed) White Paper of Ocean. [in Japanese]
Makino M ügIssues in the fisheries management for ecosystem-based managementüh Monthly Ocean 38:666-672 (2006). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügLegal nature of recreational fisheriesüh. Aquanet Montly March (2006). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügIntegration of the ecosystem-based management and fisheries managementüh WWF Japan Eco-Fisheries Report (2005). [in Japanese]
Makino M ügFisheries lawüh (Japanese Society of Fisheries Economics. Ed) Past and future of Fisheries Economics Research, Seizando-shoten: Tokyo. [in Japanese]
2. Most Significant Career Research Contributions
1. As a member of the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage Scientific Committee, I summarized the international feature of the fisheries management system in Japan and necessary policy measures for expanding it to the ecosystem-based management. The results were published by academic journal articles. The official report from the Japanese Government to UNESCO included my journal articles as the supplemental material. When the UNESCO-IUCN on-sight evaluation mission visited the Shiretoko area, I explained local fisheries and its management system to the mission members.
2. As the chair of the Study Group on Human Dimensions in the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES), I organized an international research team in 2009, which was mainly composed by social scientists from Canada, China, Korea, Japan, Russia, and USA. This group surveyed the roles of social sciences in the ecosystem-based management, and compiled the case studies in six countries. The report of the Study Group will be published by PICES Scientific Report in 2011.
3. As the member of IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management (CEM) Fisheries Expert Group (FEG), I hosted ügIUCN FEG Workshop on Selective Fisheriesüh in October, 2010 at Nagoya, Japan. The main results of the workshop were presented at the IUCNüfs side event of the Convention on Biological Diversity COP10 held in October at Nagoya, and at the European Parliament in December. Also, the final report of the workshop will be published from IUCN in February 2011.
4. As the member of IMBER (Integrated Marine Biogeochemistry and Ecosystem Research) Human-Dimension Working Group, which was organized in 2010, I am participating to the discussions on the roles and future directions of social sciences in order to adapt to the global environmental changes.
3. Contributions to Training
Our institute does not have any student. But, as the part-time lecturer, I have under-graduate and post-graduate classes on ügfisheries management policyüh in Hokkaido University, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Nagasaki University, and Yokohama National University.