Marty Anderies

  • Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
  • Professor, School of Sustainability
  • Professor, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • Graduate Director, School of Sustainability

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502
USA
480-965-8712
Email: Marty.Anderies@asu.edu

Biography

Dr. Anderies' research interests focus on developing an understanding of how ecological, behavioral, social, and institutional factors affect the robustness/vulnerability characteristics of social-ecological systems. His work combines qualitative insights from present-day, historical, and archaeological case studies of social-ecological systems with formal mathematical modeling and experiments with human subjects to study how individual decision-making processes interact with governance regimes to influence social and environmental outcomes. Other areas of interest include economic growth, demographics, and theoretical ecology. Dr. Anderies teaches Dynamic Modeling in Social and Ecological Systems; Dynamic Modeling for Sustainability Science, Collective Action and Decision Making for Sustainability, and Rules, Games, and Society.

Expertise

human ecology; mathematical bioeconomics; modeling and simulation; resource governance; agrarian societies; bioeconomics; dynamical systems theory; economic development; natural resource management; environmental humanities; humanism

Education

PhD, Applied Mathematics, University of British Columbia, 1998

MS, Applied Mathematics, University of British Columbia, 1996

BS, Petroleum Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, 1987

Journal Articles

In Press

Anderies, J. M., M. A. Janssen, S. Lee and H. Wasserman. In Press. Environmental variability and collective action: Experimental insights from an irrigation game. Ecological Economics

2014

Barnett, A. J. and J. M. Anderies. 2014. Weak feedbacks, governance mismatches, and the robustness of socialecological systems: an analysis of the Southwest Nova Scotia lobster fishery with comparison to Maine. Ecology and Society 19(4):Art. 39. DOI: 10.5751/ES-06714-190439. (link)

Yu, D. J., J. M. Anderies, D. Lee and I. Perez. 2014. Transformation of resource management institutions under globalization: the case of songgye community forests in South Korea. Ecology and Society 19(2):Art. 2. DOI: 10.5751/ES-06135-190202. (link)

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Books

2006

Walker, B. H., J. M. Anderies, A. P. Kinzig and P. Ryan eds. 2006. REQUIRED_VALUE. CSIRO Publishing. Collingwood, Australia.

Book Chapters

2013

Koster, A. M. and J. M. Anderies. 2013. Institutional factors that determine energy transitions: A comparative case study approach. Pp. 33-62 Renewable Energy Governance: Complexities and Challenges (Lecture Notes in Energy). Springer.

2012

Nelson, M. C., M. Hegmon, K. W. Kintigh, A. P. Kinzig, B. A. Nelson, J. M. Anderies, D. A. Abbott, K. A. Spielmann, S. E. Ingram, M. A. Peeples, S. A. Kulow, C. A. Strawhacker and C. A. Meegan. 2012. Long-term vulnerability and resilience: Three examples from archaeological study in the Southwestern U.S. and Northern Mexico. In: Cooper, J. and P. Sheets eds., Learning to Live with Climate Change: Understanding Hazards, Mitigating Impacts, Avoiding Disasters.

2009

Eakin, H., E. L. Tompkins, D. Nelson and J. M. Anderies. 2009. Hidden costs and disparate uncertainties: Trade-offs involved in approaches to climate policy. Pp. 212-226 In: Adger, W., I. Lorenzoni and K. Obrien eds., Adapting to Climate Change: Thresholds, Values, Governances. Cambridge University Press.

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Posters

2015

Smith-Heisters, S., H. Eakin, A. York, R. Aggarwal and J. M. Anderies. 2015. Adaptation under uncertainty: An institutional analysis framework. Poster presented at the AAAS 2015 Annual Meeting, February 12-16, 2015, San Jose, CA.

2014

Smith-Heisters, S., H. Eakin, A. York, R. Aggarwal and J. M. Anderies. 2014. Analyzing constraints on adaptation: Application of an institutional analysis framework to risk perception in Central Arizona agriculture. Poster presented at the Decision Center for a Desert City Annual Poster Symposium, April 28, 2014, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Smith-Heisters, S., H. Eakin, A. York, R. Aggarwal and J. M. Anderies. 2014. Analyzing constraints on adaptation: Application of an institutional analysis framework to risk perception in Central Arizona agriculture. Poster presented at the AAAS 2014 Annual Meeting, Meeting Global Challenges: Discovery and Innovation, February 13-17, 2014, Chicago, IL.

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Presentations

2014

Smith-Heisters, S., H. Eakin, A. M. York, J. M. Anderies and R. M. Aggarwal. 2014. Analyzing constraints on adaptation: Application of an institutional analysis framework. Presentation at the Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop (WOW5), June 18-21, 2014, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

Yu, D. J., J. M. Anderies, D. Lee and I. Perez. 2014. Transformation of resource management institutions under globalization: The case of Songgye community forests in South Korea. Presentation at the 2014 Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop, June 2014, Bloomington, IN. (link)

Yu, D. J., M. R. Qubbaj, R. Muneepeerakul and J. M. Anderies. 2014. The effect of infrastructure on social-ecological system dynamics: Provision thresholds and asymmetric access. Presentation at the 2014 Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop, June 14, 2014, Bloomington, IN. (link)

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