Kathleen Auld

Research Associate
South Africa
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ka@wmu.se
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Kathleen Auld

Research Associate
South Africa
Contact
Email: 
ka@wmu.se
Phone: 
Degrees

Ph.D., International Trade and Fisheries Law, University of Cape Town
Master’s Degree, Commercial Law (focus on International Trade and Fisheries Law) University of Cape Town/University of Melbourne
LLB, Law, University of Cape Town
BCom, Financial Accounting and Law, University of Cape Town

 

 

 

 

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Dr. Kathleen Auld started as a Research Associate at the World Maritime University in September 2021. She is part of the ICAPFISH project, which aims to build knowledge and capacity to combat IUU fishing in developing countries and small island states.

Before joining WMU, Kathleen held Research Assistant positions in the field of environment and trade at the University of Melbourne and University of Cape Town, while completing her LLM and PhD degrees. Kathleen’s LLM research focused on the use of port state measures as a tool to prevent IUU fishing, while her doctorate considered how small-scale fishers and fishing communities could best be provided for in international trade agreements dealing with fisheries subsidies. Prior to starting her LLM she completed legal articles in Cape Town and is an admitted Attorney, Notary and Conveyancer of the High Court of South Africa.

Kathleen’s research focuses primarily on sustainable fisheries and oceans as well as the relationship between trade and fisheries. Her particular research interests include IUU fishing, socio-economic aspects of fishing and ocean governance, and fisheries subsidies.

Dr. Kathleen Auld started as a Research Associate at the World Maritime University in September 2021. She is part of the ICAPFISH project, which aims to build knowledge and capacity to combat IUU fishing in developing countries and small island states.

Before joining WMU, Kathleen held Research Assistant positions in the field of environment and trade at the University of Melbourne and University of Cape Town, while completing her LLM and PhD degrees. Kathleen’s LLM research focused on the use of port state measures as a tool to prevent IUU fishing, while her doctorate considered how small-scale fishers and fishing communities could best be provided for in international trade agreements dealing with fisheries subsidies. Prior to starting her LLM she completed legal articles in Cape Town and is an admitted Attorney, Notary and Conveyancer of the High Court of South Africa.

Kathleen’s research focuses primarily on sustainable fisheries and oceans as well as the relationship between trade and fisheries. Her particular research interests include IUU fishing, socio-economic aspects of fishing and ocean governance, and fisheries subsidies.

Emergent Technologies and Maritime Transport: Challenges and Opportunities
Tiago Fonseca, Khanssa Lagdami, Jens-Uwe Schröder-Hinrichs
Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Universities (IAMU) Conference
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115-128
Assessing Innovation in Transport: An Application of the Technology Adoption (TechAdo) Model to Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS)
Tiago Fonseca, Khanssa Lagdami, Jens-Uwe Schröder-Hinrichs
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Study on social aspects within the maritime transport sector
Laura Carballo Piñeiro, Tiago Fonseca, Khanssa Lagdami
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Pub-000017
A Schönborn
Fuel
165
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389-396
Pub-000013
A Schönborn, M.D. Le, R. Fournet, P.-A. Glaude, V. Warth, B. Sirjean
Energy & Fuels
33
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12
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12704–12713
Pub-000011
A Schönborn
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers
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Pub-000001
A. Schönborn, MD Le, R Fournet, PA Glaude, V Warth, B Sirjean
Combustion and Flame
205
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466-483
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