Asst. Professor, Simon Fraser University
Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor holds a BSc in Marine Biology and an MSc in Fisheries Economics, and is currently a PhD candidate in Resource Management and Environmental Studies at The University of British Columbia. He works as a researcher with the Fisheries Economics Research Unit at the UBC Fisheries Centre, specializing in applied resource economics. Linking field and theoretic work, he has studied the economics of ecotourism, competing fishing sectors, alternative management strategies and ecosystem approaches to policy, in developing and developed regions including Belize, Canada, Central America, East Asia, Mexico, Patagonia, the USA and West Africa.