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    Emeritus Professor Malcolm Tull
    Bsc (Econ), PhD

    Emeritus Professor of Economics, School of Business and Governance

    About me

    Emeritus Professor Malcolm Tull  has extensive experience teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate units in economic theory, economic policy, and economic history, and a wide background in administration at Murdoch University, having performed a key role in the early development of the Murdoch Business School. He was the Dean of the Murdoch Business School from 2008-2012. Malcolm has a strong international record of publications in the disciplines of maritime economics and economic history. He was joint editor of the prestigious International Journal of Maritime History from 2000-2008, the author of A Community Enterprise: the History of the Port of Fremantle, 1897 to 1997 (1997), an Area Editor for the Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History (2007), co-editor of Port Privatisation: The Asia-Pacific Experience (2008) and co-editor of Historical Perspectives on Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific (2014). A Fellow of Murdoch University’s Centre for Asian Studies since 1999, Malcolm was appointed Principal Investigator for the Asian History of Marine Animal Populations Project in 2006, initiating his own investigation into Indonesian shark fishing as part of this multi-national project. From 2008-2011 Malcolm was President of the Economic Society of Australia Inc., Western Australian Branch. Malcolm was Vice-President of the International Maritime History Association from 2008-2016 and in July 2016 was elected as President for a four year term. Malcolm continues  to research and supervise  postgraduate students in the School of Business.

    Teaching area

    Professor Malcolm Tull has previously coordinated the following units:

    Malcolm also supervises students at both the honours and postgraduate levels.

    Research areas

    Malcolm Tull’s research activity is mainly in the area of maritime economic history and applied maritime economics. He has published extensively on the port and fishing industries and developed an international reputation for his work in this area.

     

    Current projects

    Currently, Malcolm is researching the development of Indian Ocean ports and is a chief investigator on a joint FRDC project with the University of Tasmania on climate change and fisheries.

    Awards and grants

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, ‘Golden fish: evaluating and optimising the biological, social and economic returns of small-scale fisheries’, with James Tweedley, Principal Investigator, Neil Loneragan, Michael Hughes, (FRDC ref: Research Fund 2016-034, $398,000, 2016).

    History of Marine Animal Populations initiative and Trinity College Dublin, seed funding for conference ‘Oceans Past IV: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the History and Future of Marine Animal Populations’, with Joseph Christensen ($10,000, HMAP, Census of Marine Life, 2012).

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation,‘A Climate Change Adaptation Blueprint for Coastal Regional Communities’, Chief Investigator with Principal Investigator  Professor Stewart Frusher, University of Tasmania, CI Dr Nadine Marshall, CSIRO  ($288,261 UTAS ref: F0018888 – FRDC ref: 2010/542, 2011).

    History of Marine Animal Populations Outreach Grants, ‘New Zealand, Australian and SW Pacific regional summary of HMAP project results and policy implications’, Principal Investigator with Joseph Christensen, Alison MacDiarmid and Neil Klaer (US$25,000 HMAP, Census of Marine Life, 2010).

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, , ‘Economic assessment of the impact of recent major changes to fisheries management in the WA West Coast demersal wetline fishery’, with Paul McLeod UWA, Principal Investigator, Kevin James McElroy and Joseph Christensen, (FRDC ref: Tactical Research Fund 2009/08, $74,300, 2009).

    Western Australian Marine Science Institution’s (WAMSI) Node 4 Project 4.5 ‘Socio-Economic Implications Associated with Implementing EBFM’ ($174,390 2008).

    History of Marine Animal Populations (HMAP) South East Asia’, Chief Investigator, (US$20,000 HMAP, Census of Marine Life, 2008).

    Port Security and Trade with Asia: Australia from Federation to 9/11, ($4,125 CA ARS REGS 2007 round).

    ‘History of Marine Animal Populations (HMAP) South East Asia’, Chief Investigator, (US$35,000 approx A$46,900, HMAP, Census of Marine Life, 2006).

    Seminar on Port Privatisation, ($10,000, Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, 2005).

    ‘Phase II – Artisanal shark and ray fisheries in East Indonesia: their socioeconomic and fishery characteristics and relationship to Australian resources’, Chief Investigators Professor Ian Potter, Associate Professor Malcolm Tull, Dr W. White, ( $223,367Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 2004).

    “Voices From the West End: The Fremantle Living Histories Project,’ Chief Investigator with Emeritus Professor G. Bolton, Dr B. Bunt, Dr J. Macbeth, Associate Professor R. Reece and Dr R. Strong (Yr 1- $80,000, Yr 2- $90,000 Yr3- $25,000, Australian Research Council Linkage Grant, 2003).

    ‘Artisanal shark and ray fisheries in eastern Indonesia’, with Chief Investigator Professor Ian Potter, ($134,466 Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 2001).

    ‘Oral History of the Australian Fishing Industry CD Rom’, ($8165 Fisheries Research & Development Corporation 1999/2000).

    Purchase of microfiche collection of material on the American Occupation of Japan ($5,000, Murdoch University Special Research Grant, 1999).

    ‘A comparative study of port reform in Australia and New Zealand’ ($4042 Murdoch University Research Quantum funds 1998).

    ‘Economic prospects for aquaculture in Western Australia’, ($4283, Murdoch University Research Quantum funds 1997).

    ‘Bibliography of University these about maritime history’, ($4,400, Murdoch University Special Research Grant, 1996).

    ‘The development of overseas markets for the Western Australian Aquaculture industry’, ($10,987 Asia Research Centre, 1995).

    Prospects for Australian Seafood Exports: a Case Study of the Taiwanese Market, ($15,996, Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, 1993).

    World Bank Database (with Associate Professor Phil Lewis and Associate Professor B. Armstrong ($593, Australian Research Council, Mechanism A Infrastructure Funds, 1993).

    Resource use and environmental management in Japan, ($5,750-Special Research Grant, Murdoch University, jointly with A. R. Krishnan, 1992).

    The Economic and Social History of the WA Fishing Industry, ($6,000-Special Research Grant, Murdoch University, 1991).

    The History of the Australian Fishing Industry, ($83,000 Fishing Industry Research and Development Council, 1988-90).

    Professional and community service

    University and Community Service

    Professor Malcolm Tull was Head of the School of Economics on three occasions and in 2002 became the Deputy Head of the Murdoch Business School when the School was created through the merger of the Schools of Commerce and Economics, serving in this role until June 2004. At Murdoch University, he has been a member of numerous committees including the University Lecturer Promotions Committee, the University’s Information Planning and Technology Committee, the Academic Staff Promotion Appeals Committee, and the Research Degrees and Scholarships Committee. Malcolm has been Honorary Secretary (1983-88), President (1993-98), and is currently Treasurer of the Australian Association for Maritime History. In 2005 Malcolm was elected Vice-President of the Economic Society of Australia Inc., Western Australian Branch and from 2008-2011 served as President. Since July 2008 Malcolm has been Vice-President of the International Maritime Economic History Association.

    Malcolm is the Chair of the  Organising Committee of the International Congress of Maritime History, an international conference on maritime history, to be held in Perth in 2016.

    Doctoral and masters supervisions

    Student Supervisor Title Degree Outcome
    Mike McCarthy Sole ‘Charles Edward Broadhurst (1826-1905): a remarkable nineteenth
    century failure’
    MPhil Awarded 1990
    Howard  Gray Sole ‘Skinnin’ the Pots: A History of  the Western Rock Lobster
    Fishery’
    PhD Awarded 1999
    Paul Flatau jointly with Associate Professor R. Leeson ‘Essays in the Development, Methodology and Policy Prescription of
    Neoclassical Distribution Theory’
    PhD Awarded 2006
    Ta-Yuan Chen Jointly with Professor J. Warren ‘Taiwanese Offshore (Distant Water) Fisheries in Southeast Asia,
    1936-1977’
    PhD Awarded 2007
    Anuar Ariffin Jointly with Associate Professor R. Leeson ‘Trade Creation and Trade Diversion Resulting from Regional Trade
    Agreements: Evidence from Asean Free Trade Area (AFTA)’
    PhD Awarded 2007
    Abdul Bashawir Ahmad Ghani Jointly with Dr Ameer Ali ‘An Empirical Study of Strategic Alliances in Malaysia’ PhD Awarded 2007
    Anne Lif Lund Jacobsen Jointly with Associate Professor Elaine Stratford, University of
    Tasmania
    ‘The State as entrepreneur: The case of the NSW South East Trawl
    Fishery 1900-1960’
    PhD Awarded 2010 (University of Tasmania)
    Rebecca Roberts Jointly with Professor Lynnath Beckley ‘Economic strategies for coastal disaster risk-reduction: A case study
    of Exmouth, Western Australia’
    PhD Awarded 2012
    Jo Marie Acebes jointly with Professor J. Warren ‘Historical catches of large marine vertebrates in the Bohol Sea:
    interactions of communities with their marine environment, socio-economic
    changes and conservation management implications in the Philippines’
    PhD Awarded 2014
    Justin Pyvis Jointly with Professor F. Affleck Institutions, Efficiency and the Organisation of Seaports PhD Awarded 2015
    Diswandi Diswandi Jointly with Associate Professor Carol Warren Sustainable Community Forestry Management in Lombok, Indonesia PhD Awarded 2018
    Jasmine Kaur Jointly with Dr Ranald Taylor Evaluating Port Performance in Indonesia: A Case Study of the Ports of Tanjung Priok and Tanjung Emas PhD Awarded 2019
    Sarjit Singh Jointly with Dr Ranald Taylor Is There Economic Growth and Convergence Across Western Australia’s
    Regions?
    PhD In progress
    Masuka Rahman Jointly with Dr Ranald Taylor Agricultural Productivity and Domestic Food Supply for Food Security in Bangladesh PhD Awarded 2019
    Denis Abagna Jointly with Dr Anne Garnett and Dr James Tweedley The socio-economic values of small-scale fisheries in the Peel-Harvey Estuary and Blackwood River PhD In progress
             

    Publications

    Books and Monographs

    Christensen, J., and Tull, M (eds.) (2014) Historical Perspectives on Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag (2014).

    Tull, M and Reveley, J (eds.), (2008) Port Privatisation: The Asia-Pacific Experience, Edward Elgar, 2008.

    Tull, M., Area Editor, (2007) The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Maritime History 4 vols Oxford University Press, NY, (Editor in Chief J. B.Hattendorf).

    Tull, M (1997) A community enterprise: the history of the Port of Fremantle, 1897 to 1997 . International Maritime Economic History Association, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

    Tull, M., (1996) A bibliography of university theses on Australian maritime history, International Maritime Economic History Association, St. John’s Newfoundland.

    Tull, M., (1993) Prospects for Australian seafood exports: a case study of the Taiwanese market , Asia Research Centre Policy Paper No. 13, Murdoch University.

    Tull, M., and H. Smith (1990) The Australian Fishing Industry: A Select Historical Bibliography, School of Economics, Murdoch University, Research Monograph.

    Chapters

    Tull, M., (2017), ‘Australia, 1945 CE To Present’. In S. Stein (ed.), The Sea in World History: Exploration, Travel, and Trade, Vol 2, Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, pp. 717-723.

    Roberts Rebecca, Lynnath E. Beckley, and Malcolm Tull (2015), ‘The Economic Value of Cyclonic Storm-Surge Risks: A Hedonic Case Study of Residential Property in Exmouth,Western Australia’ in Walter Leal Filho (ed.), Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific Region. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing pp.143-156.

    Christensen, J., and Tull, M. (2014), ‘Introduction: Historical Perspectives of Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific’, in Christensen, J and Tull, M., (eds.) (2014) Historical Perspectives on Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag pp.1-12.

    Tull, M., (2014) ‘History of Shark fishing in Indonesia’, in: J. Christensen and M. Tull(eds.), Historical Perspectives on Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag, pp.63-81.

    Tull, M., and Reveley J., (2012) “Institutional Path Dependence in Port Regulation: A Comparison of New Zealand and Australia”, in Gelina Harlaftis, Stig Tenold and Jesus M. Valdaliso (eds), “World’s Key Industry”. History and Economics of International Shipping. Palgrave Macmillan.

    Tull, M., (2012) ‘Fremantle from Commercial Port to Recreational Centre?’ in P. L. Arthur and G. Bolton (eds.) Voices From The West
    End. Stories, People And Events That Shaped Fremantle (Western Australian
    Museum, pp. 124-149.

    Tull, M., (2009) ‘The Western Australian Economy’, Historical Encyclopaedia of Western Australia (UWA Press, Nedlands), pp 299-305

    Tull, M., (2009) ‘ Western Australia’s ports’, Historical Encyclopaedia of Western Australia (UWA Press, Nedlands), pp 715-716.

    Tull, M., and Edmonds, L.,(2009) ‘Competition policy’, Historical Encyclopaedia of Western Australia (UWA Press, Nedlands), pp. 222-223.

    Tull, M and Reveley, J (2008) ‘Introduction: Port Reform in the Asia-Pacific Region’, in M. Tull and J. Reveley, (eds.), Port Privatisation: The Asia-Pacific Experience, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp.1-16.

    Tull, M and Reveley, J (2008) ‘Privatisation Postponed: Convergence and Divergence in Australian and New Zealand Port Reform’, in M. Tull and J. Reveley, (eds.), Port Privatisation: The Asia-Pacific Experience, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, pp.17-50.

    Tull, M., (2007) ‘The Environmental Impact of Ports: An Australian Case study’ in T. Bergholm, L. R. Fischer and E. Tonizzi (eds.) Making Global and Local Connections: Historical Perspectives on Ports (International Maritime Economic History Association, St. John’s Newfoundland).

    Tull, M., (2007) ‘The Port of Fremantle’, Encyclopedia of Maritime History, Oxford University Press, NY, pp.63-64.

    Tull, M., (2007) ‘The Port of Dubai’, Encyclopedia of Maritime History , Oxford University Press, NY, pp.589-590.

    Tull, M., (2006) ‘ Australia and New Zealand trade’ in McCusker, John J. ed. History of World Trade since 1450. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, pp. 33-36

    Tull, M., (2006) ‘Port cities and international trade’ in McCusker, John J. ed. History of World Trade since 1450. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA, pp. 595-599.

    Tull, M., and Reveley J., (2002) ‘Centralised Port Planning: An Evaluation of the British and New Zealand Experience’ (With J. Reveley). In G. Boyce and R. Gorski (eds.), Resources and Infrastructures in the Maritime Economy, 1500-2000, ( St John’s Newfoundland).

    Tull, M., (2002) ‘Port Privatisation in Asia’ in H. Gerstenberger & U. Welke, (eds.), Seefahrt im Zeichen der Globalisierung, (Münster:Westf. Dampfboot, 2002).

    Tull, M., (2001) ‘The Potential for Historical Studies of Fisheries in Australia and New Zealand’, (With Tom Polacheck), in L.R. Fischer, P. Holm and D. Starkey (eds), Exploited Seas: New Directions for Marine Environmental History Research in Maritime  History, No. 21 ( St. John’s, 2001).

    Tull, M., and Krishnan, A.R., (2001) ‘Resource use and environmental management in Japan 1890-1990’, in J. R. McNeill, (ed.), Environmental history of the Pacific and the Pacific Rim (Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, Hampshire). Reprint.

    Tull, M., (2000) ‘The history of waterfront labour at the Port Of Fremantle’, in S. Davies et.al. (eds.), Dock Workers. International Explorations in the Comparative History of Dock Labour, (Ashgate, Glasgow).

    Tull, M., (1999) ‘The development of Australian ports since 1945’, in L. R. Fischer and A. Jarvis (eds.). Any Port in A Storm: Essays in Port History in Honour of Gordon Jackson. (Aldershot: Scolar Press).

    Tull, M., (1998) ‘The development of the Port of Fremantle’, in A. Jarvis (ed) Port and Harbour Engineering. Studies in the history of civil engineering, (Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, Hampshire).

    Tull, M., (1997) ‘The history of Waterfront labour at the Port of Fremantle, 1890 to 1990’, in Port Reports prepared for the Conference on Comparative International History of Dock Labour, vol 2, published by the International Institute of Social History Amsterdam.

    Tull, M., (1995) ‘Maritime History in Australia’, in F. Broeze, (ed.), Maritime History at the Crossroads: A Critical Review of Recent Historiography, (St. John’s, Canada).

    Journals

     Tull, Malcolm (2020) ‘Finding the Future: The role of the International Maritime History Association’, International Journal of Maritime History, vol.32 No.2, May 2020 pp.364-369. 

    Mazzoldi C, Bearzi G, Brito C, Carvalho I, Desiderà E, Endrizzi L, Tull M, et al. (2019) From sea monsters to charismatic megafauna: Changes in perception and use of large marine animals. PLoS ONE 14(12): e0226810. https://doi.org/10.1371/ journal.pone.0226810.

    Tull, Malcolm (2019) ‘Soft Power in Action: A Case Study of Sri Lanka and the Port of Colombo’, Institute of International Maritime Affairs, Cultural Interaction Studies of Sea Port Cities, No.20 (April), pp.181-204.

    Tull, M.,(2017) ‘The interdisciplinarity of maritime history from an Australian perspective’, International Journal of Maritime History, Vol. 29(2) 336–343.

    Pyvis, J., Tull, M., (2017) ‘Institutions and port performance: a case study of the Port of Tauranga, New Zealand’, International Journal of Maritime History, Vol.29 (2), pp.276-306.

    Tull, Malcolm,  (2016) Editorial, Report on the 7th IMEHA International Congress, International Journal of Maritime History, vol.28 No.4, November 2016, pp.638-9.

    Acebes JMV, Tull M (2016) The History and Characteristics of the Mobulid Ray Fishery in the Bohol Sea, Philippines. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0161444. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0161444.

    Frusher, S., van Putten, I., Haward, M., Hobday, A. J., Holbrook, N. J., Jennings, S., Marshall, N., Metcalf, S., Pecl, G. T. and Tull, M. (2015), From physics to fish to folk: supporting coastal regional communities to understand their vulnerability to climate change in Australia. Fisheries Oceanography. doi: 10.1111/fog.12139

    M. Tull, S. Metcalf, and H. Gray, ‘The economic and social impacts of environmental change on fishing towns and coastal communities: a historical case study of Geraldton, Western Australia’, ICES Journal of Marine Science, 73, (2015), 1437-1446.

    Metcalf, S. J., E. I. Van Putten, S. Frusher, N. A. Marshall, M. Tull, N. Caputi, M. Haward, A. J. Hobday, N. J. Holbrook, S. M. Jennings, G. T. Pecl, and J. L. Shaw, (2015.), ‘Measuring the vulnerability of marine social-ecological systems: a prerequisite for the identification of climate change adaptations’, Ecology and Society 20(2): 35. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07509-200235.

    Ingrid van Putten Sarah Metcalf Stewart Frusher Nadine Marshall Malcolm Tull , (2014),”Fishing for the impacts of climate change in the marine sector: a case study”, International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, Vol. 6 Iss 4 pp. 421 – 441.

    Van Putten, Ingrid; Metcalf, Sarah; Frusher, Stewart; Marshall, Nadine and Tull, Malcolm. Transformation of coastal communities: Where is the marine sector heading? [online]. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, The, Vol. 20, No. 2, 2014: 286-324.

    Schwerdtner Máñez K, Holm P, Blight L, Coll M, MacDiarmid A, Henn Ojaveer H, Poulsen B, Tull M. (2014) The Future of the Oceans Past: Towards a Global Marine Historical Research Initiative. PLoS ONE 9(7): e101466. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0101466.

    Tull, M, (2014) ‘Port History in the International Journal of Maritime History (1989-2012)’, International Journal of Maritime History Vol 26(1) pp.123-129.

    Metcalf, S.J., van Putten, I., Frusher, S.D, Tull, M., Marshall, N. (2014) ‘Adaptation options for marine industries and coastal communities using community structure and dynamics’, Sustainability Science, Vol 9:247–261.

    Tull, M., Ahmad Bashawir, A. Ghani, Muhammad Subhan). (2011) ‘An empirical study of foreign direct investments of Malaysian multinationals: wholly-owned subsidiaries and international joint ventures’, International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances, Vol. 2, No.4, pp. 287 – 306.

    Tull, M., and Affleck, F., (2008) ‘The Performance of Western Australian Ports’, Ocean Economics Review of China, Vol. 2, No.1 June, pp.1-33.

    Tull, M., and Vieira, S.,(2008) ‘Restricting Fishing: A Socio-Economic Impact Assessment Of Artisanal Shark And Ray Fishing In Cilacap’, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Volume 44, Issue 2 August, pp. 263 -288.

    Tull, M., and Reveley J., (2002) ‘Privatisation of Ports- an Evaluation of the Malaysian Experience’, Economic Papers, vol 21 (December), pp.63-79.

    Tull, M., and Reveley J., (2001) ‘The merits of public versus private ownership: A comparative study of Australian and New Zealand seaports’, Economic Papers, Vol 20 No.3 (September), pp.75-99.

    Tull, M., and Buck, T., (2000) ‘Anglo-American contributions to Japanese and German corporate governance after World War Two’, Business History, vol.42, No. 2(April), pp. 119-40.

    Tull, M., (1997) ‘The Fremantle Port Authority: a case study in microeconomic reform’, Economic Papers vol 16, No.4 (December), pp.33-53.

    Tull, M., (1996) ‘Economic prospects for freshwater Crayfish (Yabby) in Western Australia’, Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics, vol. 64, No. 3, December, pp. 325-335.

    Tull, M., (1996) ‘A bibliography of university theses on Australian maritime history’, International Journal of Maritime History, No.1 (June), pp. 199-246.

    Tull, M., (1995) Roundtable Discussion of Dianne Newell, Tangled Webs of History: Indians and the Law in Canada’s Pacific Coast Fisheries., in International Journal of Maritime History vol. VII, no. 2, December, pp. 187-93.

    Tull, M., and Krishnan, A. R., (1994) ‘Resource use and environmental management in Japan 1890-1990’, Australian Economic History Review, September 1994. Vol, 34, No. 2, pp.3-23.

    Tull, M., (1994) ‘The Pearling Industry’, The Great Circle, vol 16, No.2, pp 73-5.

    Tull, M., (1993) ‘The Development of the Australian Fishing Industry: A Preliminary Survey’, International Journal of Maritime History, V, No.1 (June), pp. 95-126.

    Tull, M., (1992) ‘Shipping ports and the marketing of Australia’s wheat, 1900-1970’, Australian Economic History Review, vol XXXII, September, pp. 33-59.

    Tull, M., (1992) ‘Profits and Lifestyle: Western Australia’s Fishers’, Studies in Western Australian History, vol XIII, pp.92-111.

    Tull, M., (1989) ‘The Development of Port Administration in Australia: the Case of Fremantle, 1903-1939’, The Journal of Transport History, vol 10, No.1, March, pp. 41-58.

    Tull, M., (1988) ‘The Financial Performance of the Fremantle Harbour Trust, 1903 to 1939,’ Australian Economic History Review, vol XXVIII, No.1, pp. 21-42.

    Tull, M., (1988) ‘Australian Maritime History: A Progress Report’, The Journal of
    Transport History, vol 9, No.1, pp. 78-92.

    Tull, M., (1987) ‘Blood on the Cargo: Cargo-Handling and Working Conditions on the Waterfront at Fremantle, 1900-1939,’ Labour History, May, pp. 15-29.

    Tull, M., (1986) ‘Port Finances at Fremantle’, Australian Corporate History Bulletin, vol 2, No.2, pp. 1-13.

    Tull, M., (1985) ‘The Development of the Port of Fremantle, Australia’s Western Gateway’, The Great Circle, vol 7, No.2, pp.116-138

    Tull, M., (1985) ‘American Technology and the Mechanisation of Australian Ports, 1942-58’, The Journal of Transport History, vol 6, No.1, pp. 79-90.

    Tull, M., (1982) ‘The Development of Port Administration at Sydney, 1901-1936,’ The Great Circle , vol 4, No. 2, pp.92-104.

    Reports

    Frusher, S., Marshall, N., Tull, M., Metcalf, S., and van Putten, E. I., University of Tasmania, (2013), A marine climate change adaptation blueprint for coastal regional communities. Hobart, FRDC Project No. 2010/542  November.

    McLeod, P. B., Christensen, S., McElroy, S., Tull, M., (2013) Final Report – 2009-081-DLD – Economic assessment of the impact of recent major changes to fisheries management in the WA West Coast demersal wetline fishery. FRDC Project No. 2009/081 April.

     

    Conferences and Workshops (since 2009)

    Christensen, J., and Tull, M., ‘Pearl Farming in Western Australia, 1950s-2010s: Economy, Environment and Governance in the Rise of a New Aquaculture Fishery’, Oceans Past VII, Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research & the German Maritime Museum, Bremerhaven, Germany, 22-26 October 2018.

    Tull, M., ‘Finding the Future: the role of the International Maritime History Association’, Centre of Maritime History, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Crete, Greece, 25-26 April 2018. 

    Tull, M., ‘Seaports, port cities and the exercise of soft power: a case study of Sri Lanka’, Keynote address at “8th WCMCI International Conference”, Korea Maritime University, Busan, Korea 30-31 March 2018.

    Tull, M., ‘Fighting for Fish: An Historical Perspective on Fish Wars’, Key Note Address, Oceans Past VI, Sesimbra, Portugal, 15-19 May 2017.

    Christensen, J. and Tull, M., ‘From fishing tours to eco-tours: recent major changes in the Western Australian Charter Boat Industry’, Oceans Past VI, Sesimbra, Portugal, 15-19 May 2017.

    Tull, M., ‘Maritime Infrastructure and Heritage Dynamics’, Conference on Maritime Heritage Dynamics Singapore, 18-20 November 2015.

    Tull, M., (2015),  ‘Closing the Blue Hole: Maritime History as a Core Discipline ofGlobal Historical Research’, Round Table,  International Committee of Historical Sciences, Jinan, China, 23-29 August.

    Tull, M., Metcalf, S., Gray, H., (2015), ‘The economic and social impacts of environmental change on fishing towns: a historical case study of Geraldton, Western Australia’, Oceans Past V Conference, Tallin, Estonia, 18-20 May 2015 and ‘Connected Oceans: New Avenues of Research in Oceans and Maritime History’, University of Porto, 8-12 June.

    Pyvis, J., Tull, M., (2015), ‘Institutions and port performance: a case study of the Port of Tauranga, New Zealand’, ‘The Port and Maritime Sector: Key Developments and Challenges’, WCTRS Special Interest Group A2, Department of Transport & Regional Economics, University of Antwerp, 11-12 May.

    Tull, M., Gray, H., Metcalf, S., (2014) ‘The economic and social impacts of environmental change on fishing towns. A historical case study of Geraldton, Western Australia’, Second World Congress of Environmental History, Guimarães, Portugal, July 7-14.

    Roberts, R., Beckley, L. E. and Tull, M., ’Cyclonic storm-surge risk: a hedonic case study of residential property in Exmouth, Western Australia’, Coastal Risks: Hazards, Issues, Representations, Management,  Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer, Brest, France, 3-4 July 2014.

    Tull, M., (2013), ‘Profits and Lifestyle, Western Australia’s Fishers’, “Fishing, pearling, sailing or trading: Stories of Western Australia’s seagoers and their craft”, WA Maritime Museum 15 November.

    Tull, M., (2013) invited participant, ‘Report of the Ocean Futures Forum’, CSIRO, Hobart, October 9-10.

    Tull, M., (2013) ‘Trade facilitation and Australian ports: a long run perspective’, ‘Transport Infrastructure: History and Policy’, Australian National University, Friday May 24th Canberra.

    Tull, M., (2013) ‘Ports and trade facilitation- the challenges ahead’, keynote address at 2013 WA Port Conference- Ports as Gateways,’ Perth 16 May.

    Tull, M., (2013) Metcalf, S. J., van Putten, E. I., Frusher, S.D., Marshall, N., ‘Adaptation Options for Coastal Communities: an Australian case study, MARE Conference People and the sea VII, Amsterdam 26-28th
    June.

    Tull, M., Christensen, J (2012) ‘Historical aspects of illegal, unreported and unregulated fisheries’, Ocean Past IV Conference, Fremantle 7-9th November.

    Tull, M., (2012) ‘Exploring PPP Opportunities in Sri Lanka’, Tourism Development Authority, Colombo, 23 November.

    Tull, M., (2012) ‘Public-Private Partnerships in the Cultural Sector’, ‘Footprints as Stepping Stones Kick-off Dutch-Australian Cultural Heritage Celebrations 2016’, National Library of Australia, Canberra, 1 November.

    Tull, M., ‘(2012) ‘China and Ocean ports: some lessons from the era of European Imperialism,’ International Congress of Maritime History, Ghent, July.

    Tull, M., Reveley, J., (2012) ‘Institutional Path Dependence in Port Regulation: A Comparison of New Zealand and Australia’, International Congress of Maritime History,
    Ghent, July.

    Tull, M., (2011) ‘Small scale fisheries in South-East Asia in the Twentieth century: insights from the History of Marine Animal Populations (HMAP), MARE Conference People and the sea VI, Amsterdam 6-9th July.

    Tull, M., (2011) ‘Node 4 Socioeconomic implications of EBFM: Overview’, WAMSI Conference, WA Maritime Museum, Fremantle, 19-20 September.

    Tull, M., (2010) ‘Securing the International Supply Chain- the role of Ports
    in the International Logistics Network’, The APAC Port Security Forum, Sydney,
    22-23 March.

    Tull, M.,(2010) ‘HMAP ASIA: Diverse Case-Studies, Common Themes’, Oceans Past III, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland November 18-20.

    Tull, M., (2010) ‘Introduction: HMAP Asia II’, HMAP Asia II: Diverse Case-Studies, Common Themes, Workshop, Mt Helena, Perth 11 June.

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