Caroline Cox
Caroline Cox
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Culture, conservation and crime: regulating ivory markets for antiques and crafts
A Collins, C Cox, N Pamment
Ecological Economics 135, 186-194, 2017
Disrupting wildlife crime: the benefits of meaningful collaboration
P Smith, N Pamment, C Cox, JA Reed, B Chappell, C Plowman
Forensic Science International, 2019
On the judicial annulment of the ‘domestic’trade moratorium in South African rhinoceros horn: a law and economics perspective
A Collins, C Cox, J Marire
European Journal of Law and Economics 49, 361-372, 2020
The elephant in the sales room: an inquiry into the UK antiques trade’s sale of ivory
C Cox
University of Portsmouth, 2017
The evolution of regional wildlife conservation, environmental protection and anti-poaching law in the Southern African development community
GEJ Mogomotsi, PK Mogomotsi, C Cox
Commonwealth Law Bulletin 47 (4), 681-705, 2021
Selective liability, regulated digital commerce, and the subversion of product trading bans: the case of elephant ivory
C Cox, A Collins
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 26 (3), 245-261, 2021
International organisations and the ivory sales ban debate: The case of Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana
C Cox
Protected Areas and Tourism in Southern Africa, 175-187, 2022
The elephant in the sale room
C Cox
The School of Law, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 2017
The elephant in the sales room: Ivory and the British antiques trade
C Cox
International Journal of Cultural Property 23 (3), 321-334, 2016
National Parks and Protected Areas: A Comparison of the Approach Taken in the UK and France for the Protection of Green Spaces
C Cox, M Natali
Laws 13 (4), 41, 2024
Ice Ivory to White Gold: Links Between the Illegal Ivory Trade and the Trade in Geocultural Artifacts
C Cox, L Hauser
Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy 26 (1), 22-46, 2023
The Elephant in the Courtroom: An Analysis of the United Kingdom’s Ivory Act 2018, Its Path to Enactment, and Its Potential Impact on the Illegal Trade in Ivory
C Cox
Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy 24 (2), 105-130, 2021
We all stand together: Africa takes the lead in wildlife protection
C Cox
Five ivory objects that will be exempt from a proposed trade ban
C Cox
Paradigm shift as African countries throw their weight behind ivory ban
C Cox
An assessment of the role of online auction platforms in disrupting the illegal ivory trade
A Collins, C Cox
How Tory U-turn on the antique ivory trade will threaten elephants in the wild
C Cox
Why China's ivory ban is a mammouth step towards saving the elephant
C Cox
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