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Workplace:School of Economics and Business, Norges miljø- og biovitenskapelig universitet (Norwegian University of Life Sciences), (more information at EDIRC)
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

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Working Papers

2016

  1. Pay little, get little; pay more, get a little more: A framed forest experiment in Tanzania
    Working Paper Series, School of Economics and Business, Norwegian University of Life Sciences Downloads

2015

  1. Environmental reliance, climate exposure, and vulnerability: a cross-section analysis of structural and stochastic poverty
    Policy Research Working Paper Series, The World Bank Downloads
  2. Forest reliance across poverty groups in Tanzania
    Working Paper Series, School of Economics and Business, Norwegian University of Life Sciences Downloads View citations (3)
    See also Journal Article in Ecological Economics (2015)
  3. Reducing Deforestation and Forest Degradation: Leakage or Synergy ?
    Post-Print, HAL View citations (6)
    Also in Working Papers, Chaire Economie du climat (2013) Downloads View citations (1)

    See also Journal Article in Land Economics (2015)
  4. Responses to weather and climate: a cross-section analysis of rural incomes
    Policy Research Working Paper Series, The World Bank Downloads

2013

  1. REDD+ as Performance-Based Aid: General Lessons and Bilateral Agreements of Norway
    WIDER Working Paper Series, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER) Downloads View citations (3)

2009

  1. The paradox of household resource endowment and land productivity in Uganda
    2009 Conference, August 16-22, 2009, Beijing, China, International Association of Agricultural Economists Downloads

2007

  1. Forest cover change in space and time: combining the von Thunen and forest transition theories
    Policy Research Working Paper Series, The World Bank Downloads View citations (16)

2006

  1. Household's Choice of Fuelwood Source in Malawi: A Multinomial Probit Analysis
    2006 Annual Meeting, August 12-18, 2006, Queensland, Australia, International Association of Agricultural Economists Downloads View citations (2)

1999

  1. Why do Farmers Expand their Land into Forests? Theories and Evidence from Tanzania
    Norway; Department of Economics, University of Bergen, Department of Economics, University of Bergen View citations (10)
    See also Journal Article in Environment and Development Economics (1999)

1998

  1. On the Economics of Deforestation with Regional Panel Data Evidence from Tanzania
    Norway; Department of Economics, University of Bergen, Department of Economics, University of Bergen

1997

  1. The evolution of private property rights in traditional agriculture: Theories and a study from Indonesia
    CMI Working Papers, CMI (Chr. Michelsen Institute), Bergen, Norway View citations (1)

1996

  1. Deforestation: Population or market driven? Different approaches in modelling agricultural expansion
    CMI Working Papers, CMI (Chr. Michelsen Institute), Bergen, Norway View citations (3)

Journal Articles

2016

  1. Land Inheritance and Market Transactions in Uganda
    Land Economics, 2016, 92, (1), 28-56 Downloads View citations (3)

2015

  1. Experimental tests of tropical forest conservation measures
    Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2015, 118, (C), 346-359 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Forest reliance across poverty groups in Tanzania
    Ecological Economics, 2015, 117, (C), 203-211 Downloads View citations (3)
    See also Working Paper (2015)
  3. Reducing Deforestation and Forest Degradation: Leakage or Synergy?
    Land Economics, 2015, 91, (3), 501-515 Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Working Paper (2015)

2014

  1. Challenging Perceptions about Men, Women, and Forest Product Use: A Global Comparative Study
    World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S56-S66 Downloads View citations (5)
  2. Do commercial forest plantations reduce pressure on natural forests? Evidence from forest policy reforms in Uganda
    Forest Policy and Economics, 2014, 40, (C), 48-56 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Environmental Income and Rural Livelihoods: A Global-Comparative Analysis
    World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S12-S28 Downloads View citations (46)
  4. Forest Clearing in Rural Livelihoods: Household-Level Global-Comparative Evidence
    World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S67-S79 Downloads View citations (3)
  5. Forests, Livelihoods, and Conservation: Broadening the Empirical Base
    World Development, 2014, 64, (S1), S1-S11 Downloads View citations (10)
  6. Poverty, forest dependence and forest degradation links: evidence from Zagros, Iran
    Environment and Development Economics, 2014, 19, (05), 607-630 Downloads View citations (3)

2013

  1. Charcoal production and household welfare in Uganda: a quantile regression approach
    Environment and Development Economics, 2013, 18, (05), 537-558 Downloads View citations (5)
  2. Designing and Implementing Effective REDD + Policies: A Forest Transition Approach
    Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2013, 7, (1), 91-113 Downloads View citations (11)

2012

  1. Economic Shocks, Diversification, and Forest Use in Uganda
    Land Economics, 2012, 88, (1), 139-154 Downloads View citations (9)
  2. Poverty, sustainability, and household livelihood strategies in Zagros, Iran
    Ecological Economics, 2012, 79, (C), 60-70 Downloads View citations (5)

2011

  1. Modeling choice of fuelwood source among rural households in Malawi: A multinomial probit analysis
    Energy Economics, 2011, 33, (5), 732-738 Downloads View citations (16)

2010

  1. The 3 REDD 'I's
    Journal of Forest Economics, 2010, 16, (4), 253-256 Downloads View citations (1)

2007

  1. Forest dependence and participation in CPR management: Empirical evidence from forest co-management in Malawi
    Ecological Economics, 2007, 62, (3-4), 661-672 Downloads View citations (12)
  2. Forest environmental incomes and the rural poor
    Forest Policy and Economics, 2007, 9, (7), 869-879 Downloads View citations (55)

2006

  1. Do the Poor Benefit from Devolution Policies? Evidence from Malawi’s Forest Co-Management Program
    Land Economics, 2006, 82, (4), 562-581 Downloads View citations (19)

2005

  1. Livelihoods, forests, and conservation in developing countries: An Overview
    World Development, 2005, 33, (9), 1383-1402 Downloads View citations (65)
  2. What is environmental income?
    Ecological Economics, 2005, 55, (1), 37-46 Downloads View citations (29)

2002

  1. Technological change and tropical deforestation: a perspective at the household level
    Environment and Development Economics, 2002, 7, (02), 269-280 Downloads View citations (4)

2001

  1. Economic Crisis, Small Farmer Well-Being, and Forest Cover Change in Indonesia
    World Development, 2001, 29, (5), 767-782 Downloads View citations (6)
  2. Playing Games in the Forest: State-Local Conflicts of Land Appropriation
    Land Economics, 2001, 77, (2), 285-299 Downloads View citations (16)

1999

  1. Agricultural expansion and deforestation: modelling the impact of population, market forces and property rights
    Journal of Development Economics, 1999, 58, (1), 185-218 Downloads View citations (99)
  2. Rethinking the Causes of Deforestation: Lessons from Economic Models
    World Bank Research Observer, 1999, 14, (1), 73-98 Downloads View citations (100)
  3. Why do farmers expand their land into forests? Theories and evidence from Tanzania
    Environment and Development Economics, 1999, 4, (03), 313-331 Downloads View citations (10)
    See also Working Paper (1999)

1995

  1. Shifting cultivation and "deforestation": A study from Indonesia
    World Development, 1995, 23, (10), 1713-1729 Downloads View citations (24)

Books

2005

  1. Contributing to the scientific literature Citation analysis of CIFOR publications
    World Bank Publications, The World Bank Downloads
 
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