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Edited Book | Jan 2017
Corruption, Natural Resources and Development provides a fresh and extensive discussion of corruption issues in natural resources sectors. Reflecting ...
Corruption, political ecology, resource curse, wildlife trafficking, urban land, lobbying, transparency, community development, marine fisheries, biofuel, land management, political transitions, deforestation, extractive industries, Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, Madagascar, Norway, Philippines, Kenya
Journal Article | Jan 2000
Simulation of ecological and economic impacts of distant water fleets on Namibian fisheries Ussif R
Master's Thesis | Aug 2012
Gender & ecological dimensions of oil exploration in the L. Albert Region Monica Agena Master thesi
News | 28 Jan 2016
Fredrik Barth, one of the world's most prominent anthropologists, passed away last Sunday at an age of 87. He taught us how to think about and analyze cultural complexity, ethnic relations, liveliood systems, ecology, politics and religion.
Towards ecology through local democracy - or vice versa? On peasant powerlessness in a rural African society
Commissioned Report | Jan 1999
(EADI Working Group B4, Paper no. 8)
Book Chapter | Jan 2017
The idea that oil wealth tends to undermine democratic transition is one of the central tenets of the resource curse paradigm. This chapter takes ...
Nigerian, resource curse, political ecology, oil, elections, political transition, Nigeria
Edited Book | Jan 1992
Along with the ecological crisis and the threat of nuclear weapons, poverty is today's primary moral and political challenge. The response of the rich ...
Book | Apr 2013
This book is about the political ecology of pastoralism in Sudan and one of the few ethnographic studies of the Fulbe (Fulani) since D.J. Stenning's seminal ...
Journal Article | Jan 1998
Land use patterns among small farmer settlers in the northeastern Ecuadorian Amazon Catherine M. Ma
Forest becomes frontline: Conservation and counter-insurgency in a space of violent conflict in Assam, Northeast India
Journal Article | Jan 2020
Forest becomes frontline: Conservation and counter-insurgency in a space of violent conflict in Assa
News | 20 Mar 2013
A new book offers a rich ethnographic study of the Fulbe (Fulani) in the savanna belt in the eastern part of Sudan.
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2001
The fishery of the Fante town Moree in Ghana and its network of migrants in West Africa is here understood as a social field, whose institutions are key ...
Migration, institutions, fisheries management, Africa: Ghana, West Africa
CMI Working Paper | Jun 2018
This study offers an account of individual agency within a constructivist view of professional wrongdoing. The main contribution is a model in which the ...
professional wrongdoing, constructivism, tax avoidance, wealth management
Project | Aug 2020 - Jul 2023
Sand is the world’s second most consumed resource after water. It is increasingly becoming scarce. The world is running out of sand as building booms ...
Journal Article | Jan 2003
This paper uses examples from Kenya and the Sudan to argue that the scale at which we pitch our analysis when trying to identify the basic properties ...
pastoralism, natural resource management, ecosystems, Kenya, Sudan
Event | 8 Oct 2015
The key to addressing climate change and sustainable development around the globe is to first address the relationship between political and financial power and energy use and resources. Meet the editors John-Andrew McNeish, Axel Borchgrevink and Owen Logan.
Journal Article | Jan 1999
This paper discusses recent conservation efforts in Northern Pakistan and the relevance of national parks as legal instruments in nature and wildlife ...
Pakistan, national parks, wildlife conservation, Khunjerab National Park, local populations, Karakoram
Senior Program Advisor (U4)
Political scientist focusing on aid, corruption, governance, and natural resources, particularly using political economy and political ecology approaches.
Corruption, anti-corruption, natural resource manangement, political economy, political ecology, forest governance, extractive industries, wildlife crime, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Mozambique
Event | 9 May 2011
The manipulation of archaeology to rationalize exclusive nationalist and ethnic claims of primacy persist. Bert de Vriers presents the case of the creation of the City of David as an archaeological park by the Elad settler organization in the mostly Palestinian community of Silwan.
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2000
This paper discusses the current food security crisis in the pastoral areas of the Horn of Africa. It tries to explain the recurrent famines with reference ...
Africa: Horn of Africa