:. Publications and other writings:

  • Briguglio, Michael (2017): ENGO Impacts on Climate Change Policy in European Malta. Sociology and Anthropology 5(4): 269-278

  • Briguglio, M. (2016): Institutionalization: A one-way process? The case of Birdlife Malta. Bretterblog series: Movements and Institutions.

  • Briguglio, M. & Tedesco, C. (2016): Social Interaction of Cancer Survivors in Malta. A sociological analysis. Malta Medical Journal Vol 28(3), pp. 21-27

  • Briguglio M. & Brown, M. (Editors) 2016: Sociology of the Maltese Islands, Malta: Miller

  • Briguglio, M. (2016). The Zonqor Conflict in Malta, in M. Trinidad Bretones, C. Andrés Charry, J. Pastor, J. Quesada (Eds). ‘2015: Social Conflict Yearbook, pp. 210-219. Observatori del Conflicto Social: Universitat de Barcelona.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2015). ‘Ten Years of Malta’s EU Membership - The Impact on Maltese Environmental NGOs.’ Reflections of a Decade of EU Membership: Expectations, Achievements, Disappointments and the Future Occasional Papers, No. 7, Institute for European Studies (Malta).

  • Briguglio, Michael (2015). ‘Malta's EU accession, environmental sustainability and ENGO activism’. In, Condie, J., & Cooper, A. M. (2015). Dialogues of Sustainable Urbanisation: Social Science Research and Transitions to Urban Contexts. Penrith, N.S.W.: University of Western Sydney.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2015), The Bird Hunting Referendum in Malta. Environmental Politics, Vol 24/5 (835-839)

  • Briguglio, Michael (2014), Bird Hunting in European Malta: A Case of ENGO Empowerment?, in Liam Leonard, Sya Buryn Kedzior (ed.) Occupy the Earth: Global Environmental Movements (Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice, Volume 15) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.295 - 324

  • Kennet, Miriam; Amaral, Sofia; Tezza, Enrico; Briguglio, Michael; Gale de Oliveira, Michelle S.; (2014): The European Economy: Crisis an Recovery (Reading: The Green Economics Institute Publishing House).

  • Gale de Oliveira, Michelle S.; Kennet, Miriam; Amaral, Sofia; Tezza, Enrico; Briguglio, Michael; Salman, Doaa (2014): The Greening of the Mediterranean - Crisis and Recovery (Reading: The Green Economics Institute Publishing House).

  • Briguglio, Michael; Brown, Maria; Bugeja, Ian (2014): ENGO Activism in the EU: The G20, Climate Change and Social Policy. In: Tony Fitzpatrick (ed) International Handbook On Social Policy And The Environment, pp.176-204. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2013): The Politics of Bluefin Tuna in Malta. Roczniki Socjologii Morskiej. Annuals of Marine Sociology (2013), VOL. XXII. p51-61.

  • Briguglio, Michael and Pace, Roderick (2013): ‘Malta’ [The Labour Party], in The Palgrave Handbook of Social Democracy in the European Union (Eds: Jean-Michel de Waele, Fabien Escalona and Mathieu Vieira). Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2013): EU Accession and Civil Society Empowerment - The Case of Maltese ENGOs. Unpublished Doctoral Thesis: University of Malta.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2013): Climate Change and ENGOs in Malta and the EU, in Kennet, M, Blackett-Ord, R., Lewis, P., Gale de Oliveira, M.S. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics Conference at Oxford University: Fixing Global Finance. Green Economics: The Economics of Survivability, Sustainability and Resilience, pp.98-101. Series Editor

  • Briguglio, Michael (2012): ‘Nature, Society and Social Change’, Societies Without Borders 7:4 (2012) 470-477.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2012). ‘ENGOs, EU accession and empowerment: the case of land rationalisation in Malta’, International Journal of Green Economics, 6: 3, 279-297

  • Briguglio, Michael (2012), ‘The Enabling of Civil Society’, in Carmel Borg and Raphael Vella (eds), Shooting Society – Documenting Contemporary Life in Malta, pp.244-248 (Malta: Midsea Books).

  • Briguglio, Michael (2012). Land rationalization in Malta in an EU context, in Kennet, M, Göke, J. , Jociute, K. and Heinemann V. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics Conference: Green Economy: Reform and Renaissance of economics and its methodology – Solutions for the 21st Century Green Economy: Rethinking Growth: RIO +20, pp.42-43. Series Editor Heinemann V. A Green Economics Institute Publication.

  • Briguglio Michael, Brown, Maria, and Aquilina Diana (2011). ‘A Civil Society Perspective of Sustainable Energy Policy and Green Jobs in Malta as a Small EU State’, in Saviour Rizzo (ed), Green Jobs from a Small Scale Perspective – Case Studies from Malta, pp.10-19 (Belgium: Green European Foundation).

  • Briguglio, Michael, and Bugeja, Ian (2011). 'Exploring Malta’s Welfare Model', Bank of Valletta Review, 43, 12-27.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2010). ‘Are ENGOs empowered through EU accession? The case of Maltese ENGOs’, International Journal of Green Economics, 4: 3, 262-274

  • Briguglio, Michael and Aquilina, Diana (2010). ‘The Social Impact of Liberalisation of Plastic Bottles in Malta’, International Journal of Green Economics, 4: 3, 275-291

  • Brown, Maria and Briguglio, Michael (2010). ‘Milani aktar minn erbghin sena wara: Edukazzjoni, zghazagh qeghda u nuqqas ta’ xoghol f’Malta’ (‘Milani, more than forty years later: Education, unemployed youth and lack of employment in Malta’), in Carmel Borg, (ed.), Lorenzo Milani - Bejn Ilbierah u Llum (Lorenzo Milani - Between Past and Present), pp. 447-470, Malta: Horizons Publications.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2010). 'Malta's Labour Party and the Politics of Hegemony', Socialism and Democracy, 24: 2, 213 — 226

  • Briguglio, Michael (2010). ‘EU Accession and Civil Society Lobbying: The case of Maltese ENGOs’, in, Jociute, K. and Kennet, M. (2010), Proceedings of the Green Economics Institute Annual Green Economics Conference: Green Economics and Green Jobs. 29-31 July 2010 at Mansfield College, Oxford University, UK. Series Editor Heinemann V.A., pp.40-43. A Green Economics Institute Publication.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2009). ‘Politics, the State and Civil Society – A Theoretical Framework’, in Josann Cutajar and George Cassar, (eds), Social Transitions in Maltese Society, Malta: Agenda.

  • Briguglio, Michael and Brown, Maria, (2009). Global and European Institutional Perspectives of the Green Economy, and Civil Society NGOs perspective, in Kennet, Miriam and Baster, Naomi (2009), Proceedings: Preparing for Copenhagen COP15, Climate change and economics, the battleground of the growth/development paradox. Green Economics Conference 28 November 2009 at Oxford University Club, pp.52-66. A Green Economics Institute Publication.

  • Brown, Maria and Briguglio, Michael (2009). ‘Discouragement Amongst Ageing Workers in Malta within an EU Context’, Societies Without Borders, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp.45-60.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2009): ‘Iż-Żerriegħa ta’ Soċjetà Aħjar’, in Adrian Grima, (ed.), Kieku l-ikel jitkellem, pp.131-133, Malta: Inizjamed.

  • Briguglio, Michael and Brown, Maria (2008). ‘Lobbying in Malta: Environmental NGOs and Social Capital’. Paper presented at the TSCF 2008 Malta Conference, Malta, September 19-22 2008.

  • Brown, Maria and Briguglio, Michael (2007): ‘The Unemployed Labour Force aged 40 years and over in Malta’. Paper presented at the Social Policy Association Postgraduate Workshop at the University of Oxford, December 12, 2007.

  • Briguglio, Michael (2003): ‘Global Dominance / Global Resistance’, in Carmel Vassallo and Clare Thake Vassallo, (eds), The Communist Manifesto – Karl Marx’s Legacy to Humanity, pp. 23-39, Malta: Malta University Press

  • Briguglio, Michael (2001): Ideological and Strategic Shifts from Old Labour to New Labour in Malta. Unpublished dissertation: University of Malta

  • Briguglio, Michael (1998): State/Power: Hiltonopoly. Unpublished dissertation: University of Malta.


Michael Briguglio also writes regularly in the Maltese press and in various sociological and political publications/fora/blogs. Articles may be accessed from http://www.michaelbriguglio.com

Michael Briguglio’s academia page can be accessed at http://malta.academia.edu/MichaelBriguglio


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