Publikationer producerade vid avdelningen för landsbygdsutveckling

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Här listas kvalitetsgranskade publikationer producerade vid avdelningen från 2014 och framåt.

Publikationer 2019

Bartholdson, Ö. & Porro, P. (2019). Brokers – A Weapon of the Weak: The Impact of Bureaucracy and Brokers on a Community-based Forest Management Project in the Brazilian Amazon. Forum for Development Studies, 26 (1), ss. 1-22.

Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (red.) (2019). Strategic Approaches to Regional Development: Smart Experimentation in Less-Favoured Regions. Oxford: Routledge, 258 ss.

Dubois, A. & Kristensen, I. (2019). The Role of Biorefineries in the Revitalization of (old) Industrial Rural Regions. I: Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (red.) Strategic Approaches to Regional Development: Smart Experimentation in Less-Favoured Regions. Oxford: Routledge, ss. 103-121.

Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (2019). Unveiling the Potential of Less Favoured Regions in Regional Policy. I: Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (red.) Strategic Approaches to Regional Development: Smart Experimentation in Less-Favoured Regions. Oxford: Routledge, ss. 1-13.

Ylinenpää, H., Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (2019). A Concluding Note: Future prospects of entrepreneurship and innovation policy. I: Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (red.) Strategic Approaches to Regional Development: Smart Experimentation in Less-Favoured Regions. Oxford: Routledge, ss. 246-253.

Giorano, B. & Dubois, A. (2019). Combining territory and competitiveness in EU Regional Policy? Analyzing ERDF investment profiles in regions with specific geographical featuresRegional Studies, 53 (8), ss. 1221-1230.

Sörvik, J., Teräs, J. & Dubois, A. (2019). Smart Specialisation in Sparsely Populated Areas: Challenges, opportunities and new openings. Regional Studies, 53 (7), ss. 1070-1080.

Dubois, A. & Carson, D.v. (2019). Die hard: On the persistence of Swedish upland farmingJournal of Rural Studies, 69, ss. 41-52.

Engström, H. & Hajdu, F. (2019). Conjuring 'Win-World' - Resilient Development Narratives in a Large-Scale Agro-Investment in Tanzania. Journal of Development Studies, 55 (6), ss. 1201-1220.

Balls, J. & Fischer, H. (2019). Electricity-Centered Clientelism and the Contradictions of Private Solar Microgrids in India. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 109 (2), ss. 465-475.

Fischer, H. & Shoaib Ali, S. (2019). Reshaping the public domain: Decentralization, the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), and trajectories of local democracy in rural India. World Development, 120, ss. 147-158.

Röös, E., Fischer, K., Tidåker, P. & Nordström Källström, H. (2019). How well is farmers' social situation captured by sustainability assessment tools? A Swedish case study. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 26 (3), ss. 268-281.

Fischer, K. & Chenais, E. (2019). What's in a name: Participatory epidemiologyPreventive Veterinary Medicine, 165, ss. 34-35.

Caselunghe, E., Nordström Källström, H. & Gunnarsdotter, Y. (2019). Indikatorer för socialt hållbar utveckling på landsbygden. Urban and rural reports 2019:1. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, institutionen för stad och land.

Ansell, N., Hajdu, F., van Blerk, L. & Robson, E. (2019). Fears for the future: The incommensurability of securitisation and in/securities among southern African youth. Social and Cultural Geography, 20 (4), ss. 507-533.

Leder, S., Sugden, F., Raut, M., Ray, D. & Saikia, P. (2019). Ambivalences of collective farming: Feminist political ecologies from Eastern India and NepalInternational Journal of the Commons, 13 (1), ss. 105-129.

Clement, F., Buisson, M.-C., Leder, S., Balasubramanya, S., Saikia, P., Bastakoti, R., Karki, E. & van Koppen, B. (2019). From women's empowerment to food security: Revisiting global discourses through a cross-country analysis. Global Food Security, 23, ss. 160-172.

Marquardt, K., Pain, A., Bartholdson, Ö. & Rengifo, L. R. (2019). Forest Dynamics in the Peruvian Amazon: Understanding Processes of Change. Small-Scale Forestry, 18 (1), ss. 81-104.

Nightingale, A. (2019). Commoning for inclusion? Political communities, commons, exclusion, property and socio-natural becomingsInternational Journal of the Commons, 13 (1), ss. 16-35.

Ojha, H., Maraseni, T., Nightingale, A., Bhattarai, B. & Khatri, D. (2019). Rescuing forests from the carbon trap. Forest Policy and Economics, 10, ss. 15-18.

Ojha, H., Ghate, R., Dorji, L., Shrestha, A., Paudel, D., Nightingale, A., Shrestha, K., Watto, M. A. & Kotru, R. (2019). Governance: Key for Environmental Sustainability in the Hindu Kush Himalaya.  I: Wester, P., Mishra, A., Mukherji, A. & Shrestha, A. B. (red.) The Hindu Kush Himalaya Assessment: Mountains, Climate Change, Sustainability and People. Springer Open Acess, ss. 545-578.

Nightingale, A. & Richardson-Ngwenya, P. (2019). Diverse ethics for diverse economies Considering the ethics of embodiment, difference and inter-corporeality at Kufunda. I: Bauhardt, C. & Harcourt, W. (red.) Feminist Political Ecology and the Economics of Care:  In Search of Economic Alternatives. Routledge, ss. 131-161.

Nightingale, A., Eriksen, S., Taylor, M., Forsyth, T., Pelling, M. & Newsham, A. (2019). Beyond Technical Fixes: climate solutions and the great derangementClimate and Development, online July 2019.

Ensor, J., Wennström, P., Bhatterai, A., Nightingale, A., Eriksen, S. & Sillmann, J. (2019). Asking the right questions in adaptation research and practice: Seeing beyond climate impacts in rural Nepal. Environmental Science and Policy, 94, ss. 227-236.

Oskarsson, P. & Kindo, N. (2019). Coal trafficking: Reworking national energy security via coal transport at the North Karanpura Coalfields India. I: Pijpers, R. J. & Eriksen, T. H. (red.) Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an overheated world. Oslo: Pluto Press, ss. 121-137.

Stiernström, A., Hansen, K., Waldenström, C. & Westholm, E. (2019). Turbulens i välfärden? Om flyktingmottagandet i Dalarna 2016. Urban and Rural reports 2019:3. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, institutionen för stad och land.

Andersson, J. & Westholm, E. (2019). Closing the Future: Environmental Research and the Management of Conflicting Future Value OrdersScience, Technology, and Human Values, 44 (2), ss. 237-262.

Publikationer 2018

Westholm, L. & Arora-JonssonS. (2018). What Room for Politics and Change in Global Climate Governance? Addressing gender in co-benefits and safeguards. Environmental Politics, 27 (5), ss. 917–938.

Arora-Jonsson, S. & Basnett, B.S. (2018). Disciplining Gender in Environmental Organizations: The Texts and Practices of Gender Mainstreaming. Gender, Work & Organization, 25, ss. 309–325.

McLeaod, E., Arora-Jonsson, S., Masudac, Y. J., Bruton-Adam, M., Emauroise, C. O., Gorong, B., Hudlow, C. F., Jamesh, R., Kuhlken, H., Masike-Lirij, B., Musrasrik-Carl, E., Otzelberger, A., Relang, K., Reyuwn, B. M., Sigraho, B., Stinnett, C., Telleiq, J. & Whitford, L. (2018). Raising the voices of Pacific Island women to inform climate adaptation policies. Marine Policy, 93, ss. 178–185.

Arora-Jonsson, S. (2018). Across the Development Divide: A north-south perspective on environmental democracy. In: Marsden, T. (red.) Sage Handbook of Nature. London: Sage Publications, ss. 737–760.

Chemura, A., Musundire, R. & Chiwona-KarltunL. (2018). Modelling habitat and spatial distribution of the edible insect Henicus whellani Chop (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae) in south-eastern districts of ZimbabweJournal of Insects as Food and Feed, 4 (4), ss. 229–238.

Chiwona-Karltun, L. (2018). Molecular Anthropology of Cassava: A cultural ecology of plant varietal preferencesSocialmedicinsk tidskrift, 94 (6), ss. 721–730.

Mackay, H., Mugagga, F., Kakooza, L. & Chiwona-KarltunL. (2017). Doing things their way? Food, farming and health in two Ugandan citiesCities & Health, 1 (2), ss. 147–170.

Jackson, J., & Chiwona-Karltun, L. (2018). Cassava Production, Processing and Nutrition.In: Siddiq, M. & Uebersax, M. A. (red.) Handbook of Vegetables and Vegetable Processing (2:a uppl.) Wiley Blackwell, ss. 609-632.

Chiwona-Karltun, L., Wamahiu, M., Chabvuta, C., Ngonyama, D. & Demo, P. (2018). Supporting smallholder women farmers in potato cultivation. In: Wang-Pruski, G. (red.) Achieving sustainable cultivation of potatoes Volume 1, Breeding improved varieties. Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, ss. 285–292.

Cras, P. (2018). Service i framtidens landsbygdssamhällen. In: Syssner, J. (red.) Nya visioner för landsbygden. Boxholm: Linnefors förlag.

Cras, P., Gunnarsdotter, Y. & Jonsson, Y. (2018). Utvärdering av stöd till utbyggnad av bredband – Delrapport 1. Utvärderingsrapport 2018:1. Jönköping: Jordbruksverket.

Cuadra, M. (2018). Born Undernourished, Die Undernourished: We have to break that curse!  Blog, www.siani.se/blog/born-undernourished-die-undernourished-break-curse/

Cuadra, M. (2018). Could maize be a curse for Africa? Blog www.siani.se/blog/maize-curse-africa/.

Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (2018). Introduction: Unveiling the Potential of Less Favoured Regions in Regional Policy. I: Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (red.) Strategic Approaches to Regional Development: Smart experimentation in less-favoured regions, Regions and Cities Series. Oxon, UK & New York, USA: Routledge, ss. 1–14.

Dubois, A. & Kristensen, I. (2018). The role of biorefineries in the revitalization of (old) industrial rural regions. I: Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (red.) Strategic Approaches to Regional Development: Smart experimentation in less-favoured regions, Regions and Cities Series. Oxon, UK & New York, USA: Routledge, ss. 103–120.

Ylinenpää, H., Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (2018). A Concluding Note: Future prospects of entrepreneurship and innovation policy. I: Kristensen, I., Dubois, A. & Teräs, J. (red.) Strategic Approaches to Regional Development: Smart experimentation in less-favoured regions, Regions and Cities Series. Oxon, UK & New York, USA: Routledge, ss. 246–253.

Gromek, M. & Dubois, A. (2018). Digital Meetings: Real growth, better funding? An introduction to Swedish Crowdfunding. I: Teigland, R., Siri, S., Larsson, A., Moreno Puertas, A. & Ingram Bogusz, C. (red.) The Rise and Development of Fintech: Accounts of disruption from Sweden and Beyond. Oxon, UK & New York, USA: Routledge, ss. 223–237.

Dubois, A. & Gromek, M. (2018). How Does Distance Come into Play in Equity Crowdfunding? I: Teigland, R., Siri, S., Larsson, A., Moreno Puertas, A. & Ingram Bogusz, C. (red.) The Rise and Development of Fintech: Accounts of disruption from Sweden and Beyond. Oxon, UK & New York, USA: Routledge, ss. 376–389.

Dubois, A. (2018). Nurturing proximities in an emerging food landscape. Journal of Rural Studies, 57, ss. 1–12.

Sörvik, J., Teräs, J., Dubois, A. & Pertodli, M. (2018). Smart Specialisation in Sparsely Populated Areas: Challenges, opportunities and new openings. Regional Studies, doi.org/10.1080/00343404.2018.1530752.

Giordano, B. & Dubois, A. (2018). Combining Territory and Competitiveness in EU Regional Policy? Analyzing ERDF investment profiles in regions with specific geographical features. Regional Studies, doi.org/10.1080/00343404.2018.1495323.

Engström, L. (2018). Development Delayed: Exploring the failure of a large-scale agricultural investment in Tanzania to deliver promised outcomes. Diss. Nr. 2018:40. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

Engström, L. & Hadju, F. (2018). Conjuring a Win-world: Resilient development narratives in a large-scale agro-investment in Tanzania. Journal of Development Studies, doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2018.1438599.

Bluwstein, J.  & Engström, L. (2018). Between Dependence and Deprivation: The interlocking nature of land alienation in Tanzania. Journal of Agrarian Change, 18 (4), ss. 806–830.

Eriksson, C. (2018). Livsmedelsproduktion ur ett beredskapsperspektivSLU Future Food Reports 1. Uppsala, SLU.

Fischer, H. & Syed Shoaib, A. (2018). Reshaping the Public Domain: Decentralization, the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), and trajectories of local democracy in rural India. World Development, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2018.09.013.

Fischer, K. & Hajdu, F. (2018). The Importance of the Will to Improve: How ‘sustainability’ sidelined local livelihoods in a carbon-forestry investment in Uganda. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 20 (3), ss. 328–341.

Chenais, E. & Fischer, K. (2018). Increasing the Local Relevance of Epidemiological Research: Situated knowledge of cattle disease among Basongora Pastoralists in Uganda. Front. Vet. Sci. 5:119.

Gonda, N., Huybrechs, F., Rodríguez-Fabilena, R. & Hecken, G. V. (2018). Political ecologists in solidarity with Nicaragua. Blog, politicalecologynetwork.com/category/pollen-blog.

Gonda, N. (2018). Championing Change in Rural Hungary: The role of emancipatory subjectivities in the construction of alternatives to illiberal authoritarian populism. Working paper at ERPI 2018 International Conference Authoritarian Populism and the Rural World on March 17–18, 2018 in The Hague, Netherlands.

Ansell, N., Hajdu, F., van Blerk, L. & Robson, E. (2018). “My happiest time” or “my saddest time”? The spatial and generational construction of marriage among youth in rural Malawi and LesothoTransactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 43 (2), ss. 184–199.

Khatri, D. B. (2018). Climate and Development at the Third Pole: dynamics of power and knowledge reshaping community forest governance in Nepal. Diss. No. 2018:41. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

Khatri, D. B., Marquardt, K., Pain, A. & Ojha, H. (2018). Shifting Regimes of Management and Uses of Forests: What might REDD+ implementation mean for community forestry? Evidence from NepalJournal of Forest Policy and Economics, ss. 1–10.

Karki, R., Shrestha, K. K., Ojha, H., Paudel, N., Khatri, D. B., Nuberg, I. & Adhikary, A. (2018). From Forests to Food Security: Pathways in Nepal’s Community Forestry. Small-Scale Forestry, 17 (1),  ss. 89–104.

Rådestad, C. & Larsson, O. (2018). Responsibilization in contemporary Swedish crisis management: expanding ‘bare life’ biopolitics through exceptionalism and neoliberal governmentality. Critical Policy Studies.

Larsson, O. (2018). Foucault’s Critical Ethics by Lynch, R. A. New York: Fordham University Press, recenserad i Foucault Studies, 24, ss. 213–217.

Leder, S. (2018). Gender and space in the neo-liberal academy? Reflections from a feminist geographies summer school. Gender, Place and Culture–a journal for feminist geography blog.

Marquardt, K., Pain, A., Bartholdson, Ö. & Romero Rengifo, L. (2018). Forest Dynamics in the Peruvian Amazon: Understanding processes of change. Small-scale Forestry, 18 (1), ss. 81-104.

Eksvärd, K. & Marquardt, K. (2018). From Change to Transitions? Learnings from environmental protection activities in Sweden. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 42(2), ss. 189–209.

Nightingale, A. J., Bhattarai, A., Ojha, H. R., Sharan Sigdel, T. & Rankin, K. N. (2018). Fragmented Public Authority and State Un/making in the ’New’ Republic of Nepal. Modern Asian Studies, 52 (3), ss. 849–882.

Balachandran, G., Mallard, G., Arewa, O., Baccaro, L., Büthe, T., Nightingale, A. J. & Roberts, A. (2018). Governing Capital, Labor and Nature in a Changing World. I: Rethinking Society for the 21st Century: Report of the International Panel on Social Progress: Volume 2: Political Regulation, Governance, and Societal Transformations. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, ss. 491–522.

Rankin, K. N., Nightingale, A. J., Hamal, P. & Sigdel, T. S. (2018). Roads of Change: Political transition and state formation in Nepal’s agrarian districts. Journal of Peasant Studies, 45 (2), ss. 280–299.

Ahlborg, H. & Nightingale, A. J. (2018). Theorizing Power in Political Ecology: The where of power in resource governance projects. Journal of Political Ecology, 25 (1), ss. 1–21.

Nightingale, A. J. (2018). Geography’s Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals: Ambivalence and performance. Dialogues in Human Geography, 8 (2), ss. 196–200.

Nightingale, A. J. (2018). The Socioenvironmental State: Political authority, subjects, and transformative socionatural change in an uncertain world. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 1 (4), ss. 688–711.

Nightingale, A. J. (2018). Nepal’s Towering Climate Adaptation Challenges. Current History: A Journal of Contemporary Affairs, 117 (798), ss. 135-141.

Widengård, M., Nightingale, A. J., Roberntz, P., Edman, T. & Carlson, A. (2018). Seeing Like a Standard: EU, sustainable biofuels, and land use change in Africa. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 17 (1), ss. 49–87.

Oskarsson, P. & Bedi. H. P. (2018). Extracting Environmental Justice: Countering technical renditions of pollution in India’s coal industry. The Extractive Industries and Society, 5 (3), ss. 340–47.

Oskarsson, P. & Lahiri-Dutt, K. (2018). India’s Resource (Inter)Nationalism: Overseas mining investments shaped by domestic conditions. The Extractive Industries and Society.

Oskarsson, P. & Kindo, N. (2018). Coal Trafficking: Reworking national energy security via coal transport at the north Karanpura coalfields, India. I: Pijpers, R. J. & Hylland Eriksen, T. (red.) Mining Encounters: Extractive industries in an overheated world. Oslo: Pluto Press, ss. 121–137.

Oskarsson, P. & Chanchani, D. (2018). Cleaning the Air in Your Room: Experience from Raipur. Citizen Matters blog.

Mallett, R. & Pain, A. (2018). Post-War Recovery and the Role of Markets: Policy insights from six years of research. Global Policy, 9 (2), ss. 264–275.

Berglund. K., Ahl, H., Pettersson, K. & Tillmar, M. (2018). Women’s Entrepreneurship, Neoliberalism and Economic Justice in the Postfeminist Era: A discourse analysis of policy change in Sweden. Gender, Work and Organization, 25 (5), ss. 531–556.

Sandström, E. (red.) (2018). Det småskaliga kustfiskets förändrade förutsättningar och mervärden. Urban and Rural Reports, 2018:1. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, institutionen för stad och land.

Sartas, M., Schut, M., Hermans, F., van Asten, P. & Leeuwis, C. (2018). Effects of Multi-Stakeholder Platforms on Multi-Stakeholder Innovation Networks: Implications for research for development interventions targeting innovations at scale. PLoS ONE, 13 (6): e0197993.

Waldenström, C. (2018). Lantbrukets roll i framtidens landsbygder. I: Syssner, J. (red.) Nya visioner för landsbygden. Linnefors förlag. 

Publikationer 2017

Arora-Jonsson, S. (2017). Gender and Environmental Policy. I: MacGregor, S. (red.), Routledge Handbook of Gender and Environment, Routledge, Earthscan, ss. 289-303.

Arora-JonssonS. (2017). Blind spots in environmental policy-making: How beliefs about science and development may jeopardize environmental solutions. World Development Perspectives, 5, ss. 27-29.

Arora-JonssonS. (2017). Development and integration at a crossroads: Culture, race and ethnicity in rural SwedenEnvironment and Planning A, 49 (7), ss. 1594-1612.

Arora-JonssonS. & Basnet-Sijapati, B. (2017). Disciplining Gender in Environmental (Forest) Organizations: Mainstreaming and Writing Differently for SustainabilityGender, Work and Organization, doi: 10.1111/gwao.12195.

Elias, M. & Arora-JonssonS. (2017). Negotiating Across Difference: Gendered Exclusions and Cooperation in the Shea Value ChainEnvironment and Planning D, 35 (1), ss. 107-125.

Arora-JonssonS. (2017). Policy Discourses and Marginal Places: Histories of Environmental Democracy in India and SwedenSocial Sciences, 6 (1), ss. 33.

Arora-JonssonS. (2017). The realm of freedom in new rural governance: Micropolitics of democracy in SwedenGeoforum, 79, ss. 58-69.

BeckmanM. & KhatriD. (2017). Farming + Forests = Food Security: Integrated landcapes offer hope of sustainability in Asian uplands. Policy brief, Swedish International Agriculture Network Initiative (SIANI).

Nagoli, J., Green, E., Mulwafu, W. & Chiwona-Karltun, L. (2017). Coping with the Double Crisis: Lake Chilwa Recession and the Great Depression on Chisi Island in Colonial Malawi, 1930-1935Human Ecology, 45 (1), ss. 111-117.

Nagoli, J. & Chiwona-KarltunL. (2017). Uncovering human social networks in coping with Lake Chilwa recessions in MalawiJournal of Environmental Management, 192, ss. 134-141.

CrasP. (2017). Landsbygdssamhällets medborgarskap: En studie av organisering av service och infrastruktur i gränslandet mellan det ideella, kommersiella och politiska. Diss. No. 2017:76. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

DuboisA., Kristensen, I. & Teräs, J. (2017). Outsmarting geography: Implementing territorial innovation strategies in sparsely populated regionsEuropean Planning Studies, 25 (8), ss. 1316-1333.

DuboisA. & Carson, D. B. (2017). The relational geography of post-staples development: A case in Malå, North SwedenJournal of Rural and Community Development, 12 (2/3), ss. 23-40.

DuboisA. (2017). La dimension spatiale de l’innovation dans les régions périphériques nordiques, Revue Nordiques, 33, ss. 11-24.

Wästfelt, A. & ErikssonC. (2017). Det svenska lantbrukets omvandling 1990-2014: Exemplet Uppsala län. Uppsala: Framtidens lantbruk, SLU.

ErikssonC. & Bull, J. (2017). Place-making with goats and microbes: The more-than-human geographies of local cheese in Jämtland, SwedenJournal of Rural Studies, 50, ss. 209-217.

ErikssonC. & Peltomaa, J. (2017). National food self-sufficiency following EU accession: Finland and Sweden compared. XXVII European Society for Rural Sociology Congress Proceedings, ss. 289-290.

FischerH. (2017). Harnessing the state: Social transformation, infrastructural development, and the changing governance of water systems in the Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh, IndiaAnnals of the Association of American Geographers, 107 (2), ss. 480-489.

FischerH. (2017). Adapting to climate change: Transforming agricultural production in the middle HimalayasBlogg for Australia India Institute.

FischerH. (2017). Common-pool water management in the Indian HimalayasPodcast part of the series La Trobe Asia’s ‘Asia Rising’.

FischerH. (2017). Decentring Development: Understanding Change in Agrarian Societies by Tanya Jakimow, reviewed in Progress in Development Studies, 17 (3), ss. 259-261.

FischerH. (2017). Promoting India’s panchayats as vanguards of local climate adaptationPolicypaper published as part of Australia India Institute’s series: A Very Short Policy Brief.

Slätmo, E., FischerK. & Röös, E. (2017). The framing of sustainability in sustainability assessment frameworks for agricultureSociologica Ruralis, 57 (3), ss. 378-395.

FischerK. & Hajdu, F. (2017). The importance of the will to improve: How ‘sustainability’ sidelined local livelihoods in a carbon-forestry investment in UgandaJournal of Environmental Policy and Planning, doi: 1523908X.2017.1410429.

Gonda, N. (2017). Rural Masculinities in Tension: Barriers to Climate Change Adaptation in Nicaragua, I: MacGregor, S. & Seymour, N. (red.) Men and Nature: Hegemonic Masculinities and Environmental Change, RCC Perspectives in Environment and Society, 2017 (4), ss. 69-76.

GondaN. (2017). Revealing the patriarchal sides of climate change adaptation through intersectionality: A case study from Nicaragua. I: Buckingham, S. & Le Masson, V. (red.) Understanding Climate Change Through Gender Relations. Oxon: Routledge, ss. 173-189.

Ansell, N., HajduF., Van Blerk, L. & Robson, E. (2017). Fears for the future: The incommensurability of securitisation and in/securities among southern African youthSocial & Cultural Geography, doi:14649365.2017.1344871.

Amurwon, J., HajduF., Yiga, D. B. & Seeley, J. (2017). Helping my neighbour is like giving a loan: The role of social relations in chronic illness in rural UgandaBMC health services research, 17: 705.

Ansell, N., HajduF., Blerk, L. & Robson, E. (2017). ‘My happiest time’ or ‘my saddest time’? The spatial and generational construction of marriage among youth in rural Malawi and LesothoTransactions of the Institute of British Geographers, doi:tran.12211.

HajduF. & FischerK. (2017). Problems, causes and solutions in the forest carbon discourse: A framework for analysing degradation narrativesClimate and Development, 9 (6), ss. 537-547.

HansenK. (2017). Hur ska landsbygden styras? Leader och den lokala demokratin. I: Så här ligger landet – tankar om landsbygdsprogram och landsbygdsutveckling, Jordbruksverket, ss. 132-139.

HansenK. (2017). Egalitarianism under Siege? Swedish Refugee Reception and Social Trust. I: Bendixen, S., Bringslid, M. B. & Vike, H. (red.) Egalitarianism in Scandinavia. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, ss. 269-289.

Brockhaus, M., Korhonen-Kurki, K., Sehring, J., Di Gregoria, M., Assembe-Mvondo, S., Babon, A., Bekele, M., Gebara, M. F., KhatriD. B., Kambire, H., Kengoum, F., Kweka, D., Menton, M., Moeliono, M., Paudel, N. S., Pham, T. T., Resosudarmo, I. A. P., Sitoe, A., Wunder, S. & Zida, M. (2017). REDD+, transformational change and the promise of performance-based payments: A qualitative comparative analysisClimate Policy, 17 (6), ss. 708-730.

KhatriDB., Shrestha, K., Ojha, H., Paudel, G., Paudel, N. & PainA. (2017). Reframing community forest governance for food security in NepalEnvironmental Conservation, 44 (2), ss. 174-182.

LarssonOL. (2017). A Theoretical Framework for Analyzing Institutionalized Domination in Network Governance ArrangementsCritical Policy Studies, doi: 19460171.2017.1393440.

LarssonOL. (2017). Meta-Governance and Collaborative Crisis Management: Competing Rationalities in the Management of the Swedish Security Communications SystemRisk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy, 8 (4), ss. 312-334.

LarssonOL. (2017). Analyzing Policy in Network Governance through the Lens of Neo-Republicanism and the Concept of DominationConference paper presented at the 3rd Biennial Ideas in Politics Conference, Prag, 3rd-4th November 2017.

LarssonOL. (2017). Meta-governance and the segregated city: Analyzing the turn to network governance, knowledge alliances and democratic reforms in Malmö City, SwedenConference paper presented at the European Consortium for Political Research ECPR General Conference, Oslo 6th-9th September 2017.

LarssonOL. (2017). Moving beyond the Neo-liberal Paradigm in Governmentality studies: Exploring the underlying rationality of network governanceConference paper presented at the European Consortium for Political Research ECPR General Conference, Oslo 6th-9th September 2017.

LarssonOL. (2017). Poststructural Policy Analysis: A guide to practice, by Carol Bacchi & Susan Goodwin, reviewed in Critical Discourse Studies, 15 (1), ss. 104-106.

LarssonOL. & Rådestad, C. (2017). Responsibilization in Swedish Crisis Management: Human security as an analytical tool and normative critiqueConference paper presented at Swedish Political Science Association SWEPSA, Karlstad, 5th October 2017.

LarssonOL. (2017). State Phobia and Civil Society: The Political Legacy of Michel Foucault, by Mitchell Dean & Kaspar Villadsen, reviewed in Critical Policy Studies, 11 (3), ss. 381-385.

LarssonOL. (2017). Undoing the Demos: Neoliberalism’s Stealth Revolution, by Wendy Brown reviewed in Foucault Studies, 23, August 2017, Discipline and Punish Today, ss. 174-178.

LederS. (2017). Gender Issues in Water and Sanitation Programmes: Lessons from India, by Cronin, A. A., Mehta, P. K. & Prakash, A. (Eds.) reviewed in South Asian Water Studies – SAWAS Journal, 7 (1): ss. 59-62.

LederS. (2017). Farmer collectives and shifting gender relations in the Eastern Gangetic PlainsPaper presented at the XVI Biennial IASC Conference: Practicing the commons: Self-governance, cooperation, and institutional change, 10th-14th July 2017 in Utrecht, Netherlands. https://dlc.dlib.indiana.edu/dlc/.

LederS. & Clement, F. (2017). Why access to water may not benefit all women equallyOxfam Policy Practice Blog.

LederS., Clement, F. & Karki, E. (2017). Reframing women’s empowerment in water security programs in Western NepalGender and Development, 25 (2), ss. 235-251.

LederS. (2017). Auswirkungen der Emigration auf die landwirtschaftlichen Strukturen in der östlichen Gangesebene (Migration Impacts on agrarian structures in the Eastern Gangetic Plains). Südasien, 5, ss. 22-25.

Eksvärd, K. & Marquardt, K. (2017). From change to transition? Learning from environmental protection activities in SwedenAgroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 42 (2), ss. 189-209.

NeikterL. (2017). Bredband till hela Sverige – på vems ansvar och på vems bekostnad? I: Så här ligger landet – tankar om landsbygdsprogram och landsbygdsutveckling, Jordbruksverket, ss. 27-33.

Karlsson, L., Naess, L. O., NightingaleA. J. & Thompson, J. (2017). ‘Triple wins’ or ‘triple faults’? Analysing the equity implications of policy discourses on climate-smart agriculture (CSA) for a special forum section on The Global Political Economy of Climate Change, Agriculture and Food SystemsJournal of Peasant Studies, ss. 150-174.

Nagoda, S. & NightingaleAJ. (2017). Participation and Power in Climate Change Adaptation Policies: Vulnerability in Food Security Programs in NepalWorld Development, 100, ss. 85-93.

Karlsson, L., NightingaleA., Naess, L. O. & Thompson, J. (2017). Triple wins or triple faults? Analysing policy discourses on climate-smart agriculture (CSA)CCAFS Working Paper, 197, Copenhagen, Denmark: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).

NightingaleAJ. (2017). Power and Politics in Climate Change Adaptation Efforts: Struggles over authority and recognition in the context of political instabilityGeoforum, 84, ss. 11-20.

NightingaleA. (2017). Environment and Gender. I: Richardson, D., Castree, N., Goodchild, M. F., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W. & Marston, R. A. (red.) International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment and Technology, New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons Ltd., ss. 1-13.

Nagoda, S. & NightingaleAJ. (2017). Social and Power Relations in Participatory Climate Change Adaptation Planning: (Re)producing vulnerability in food security and adaptation programs in NepalWorld Development, 84, ss. 11-20.

OskarssonP. (2017). Community Resource Mapping in Support of Local Land Tenure?: Results from an Exploratory Study at Gandhamardhan Hill in Eastern IndiaThe Journal of Adivasi and Indigenous Studies, 7 (2), ss. 15-32.

OskarssonP. (2017). Diverging discourses on bauxite mining in eastern India: Life-supporting hills for adivasis or national treasure chests on barren lands? Society & Natural Resources, 30 (8), ss. 994-1008.

Sareen, S. & OskarssonP. (2017). Enduring Discourses and Everyday Contestation: Introduction to Special Section on Discourse and Resource Conflict in Extractive Zones of IndiaSouth Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 40 (4), ss. 763–771.

OskarssonP. (2017). Producing “So-So” Infrastructure for National Energy Security at the North Karanpura Coalfields in Eastern IndiaSouth Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 40 (4), ss. 1-15.

Kadfak, A. & OskarssonP. (2017). The shifting sands of land governance in peri-urban Mangaluru, India: Fluctuating land as an “informality machine” reinforcing rapid coastal transformationsContemporary South Asia, 25 (4), ss. 1-16.

PetterssonK., Ahl, H., Berglund, K. & Tillmar, M. (2017). In the name of women? Feminist readings of policies for and entrepreneurship in ScandinaviaScandinavian Journal of Management, 33 (1), ss. 50-63.

Berglund, K., Ahl, H. & PetterssonK. (2017). Tales of Heroine Entrepreneurs, I: Henry, C., Nelson, T. & Lewis, K. (red.) The Routledge Companion to Global Female Entrepreneurship, Abingdon & New York: Routledge, ss. 320-339.

SandströmE., EkmanA. & Lindholm, K.-J. (2017). Commoning in the periphery: The role of commons for understanding rural continuities and changeInternational Journal of the Commons, 11 (1), ss. 508-531.

Hermans, F., SartasM., van Schagen, B., van Asten, P. & Schut, M. (2017). Social network analysis of multi-stakeholder platforms in agricultural research for development: Opportunities and constraints for innovation and scalingPLoS ONE, 12 (2), doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0169634.

WaldenströmC. (2017). Låt projektstöden främja lärande och innovation. I: Så här ligger landet – tankar om landsbygdsprogram och landsbygdsutveckling, Jordbruksverket, ss. 17-22.

WaldenströmC. (2017). Det ideella arbetet tar stryk av krångliga administrativa regler. I: Så här ligger landet – tankar om landsbygdsprogram och landsbygdsutveckling, Jordbruksverket, ss. 132-139.

WestholmL. (2017). Conserving carbon and gender relations? Gender perspectives on REDD+ and global climate policy. Diss. No. 2017:74. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

Publikationer 2016

Arora-JonssonS. (2016). Disharmoniska förbindelser. Diskurser om genus och gräsrotsaktivism i två skogssamhällen i Indien och SverigeTidskrift för genusvetenskap, 37 (1), ss. 67-90.

Arora-JonssonS. (2016). Does resilience have a culture? Ecocultures and the politics of knowledge productionEcological Economics, 121, ss. 98-107.

Powell, S. & Arora-JonssonS.(2016). The ethics of political correctness. I: Nakray, K., Alston, M. & Whittenbury, K. (red.) Understanding Social Science Research Ethics: Inter-disciplinary and Cross-Cultural Perspectives for a Globalising World. Routledge, ss. 112-139.

Arora-JonssonS., Westholm, L., Temu, B. J. & Petitt, A. (2016). Carbon and cash in climate assemblages: The making of a new global citizenshipAntipode, 48 (1), ss. 74-96.

Holmgren, S. & Arora-JonssonS. (2016). The Forest Kingdom and Values. I: Pierce Colfer, C. J., Sijapati Basnett, B. & Elias, M. (red.) Gender and Forests: Climate Change, Tenure, Value Chains and Emerging Issues. Oxon & New York: Routledge, ss. 53-67.

Arora-JonssonS. (2016). Discordant Connections: Discourses on Gender and Grassroots Activism in Two Forest Communities in India and Sweden. I: Pierce Colfer,  C. J., Elias, M., Sijapati Basnett, B. & Hummel, S. (red.) The Earthscan Reader on Gender and Forests. Oxon: Routledge, ss. 80-104.

Arora-JonssonS. (2016). Vertu et vulnérabilité: Les discours sur les femmes, le genre et le changement climatique. In: Devreux, A.-M. (red.) Les Sciences et le Genre: Déjouer l’androcentrisme. Presses Universitaires de Rennes, ss. 81-95.

Elias, M. & Arora-JonssonS. (2016). Negotiating across difference: Gendered exclusions and cooperation in the shea value chainEnvironment and Planning D: Society and Space, DOI: 10.1177/0263775816657084.

BeckmanM. & Nguyen My, V. T. (2016). Upland development, climate-related risk and institutional conditions for adaptationVietnam Climate and Development, 8 (5), ss. 413-422.

BeckmanM. (2016). Katastrofrisk och klimatanpassning i Sydostasiens bergsområden. I: Baez Ullberg, S. & Becker, P. (red.) Katastrofriskreducering. Perspektiv, praktik, potential. Lund: Studentlitteratur, ss. 169-190.

Andersson, K., Bergman Lodin, J. & Chiwona-Karltun, L. (2016). Gender dynamics in cassava leaves value chains: The case of TanzaniaJournal of Gender, Agriculture and Food Security, 1 (2), ss. 84-109.

Chiwona-Karltun, L. (2016). Linley Ciwona-Karltun, I: Wamala Andersson, S., Chiwona-Karltun, L. & Ocaya, P. (red.) Unstoppable women – Does education matter? Authorhouse, UK, ss. 51 – 90.

Chiwona-Karltun, L., Hambraeus, L. & Bellin-Sesay, F.  (2016). Balancing Agrifood Systems for Optimal Global Nutrition Transition. I: Öborn, I., Vanlauwe, B., Phillips, M., Thomas, R. & Atta-Krah, K. (red.) Sustainable Intensification in Smallholder Agriculture: An Integrated Systems Research Approach. Earthscan Food and Agriculture. Routledge, ss. 233-246 .

Zdravkovic, M., Chiwona-Karltun, L. & Zink, E. (2016). Experiences and perceptions of South-South and North-South scientific collaboration of mathematicians, physicists and chemists from five southern African universitiesScientometrics, 108, ss. 717–743.

Chagunda, M. G., Mwangwela, A., Mumba, C., Dos Anjos, F., Kawonga, B. S., Hopkins, R. & Chiwona-Karltun, L. (2016). Assessing and managing intensification in smallholder dairy systems for food and nutrition security in Sub-Saharan AfricaRegional Environmental Change, 16 (8), ss. 2257-2267.

Wamala Andersson, S., Chiwona-Karltun, L. & Ocaya, P. (red.) (2016). Unstoppable women – Does education matter? Authorhouse, UK.

Chiwona-Karltun, L. & Sartas, M. (2016). Nutrition Capacity within Agriculture, Nutrition and Health Research for Development in Africa: Current Status and Assessment of Future OpportunitiesA4NH Note, IFPRI.

Chiwona-Karltun, L., Hamed, S., Malete, L., Zotor, F. & Amuna, P. (2016). Migration and the food environment, Uppsala Health Summit pre-conference report.

Chiwona-Karltun, L., Wamahiu, M. W., Netsaye, N. M., Demo, P. & Zotor, F. (2016). The contribution of irish potato towards dietary consumption and food security in MalawiPaper presented at the African Nutrition Epidemiology Conference, 9-10 oktober, Marrakech, Marocco.

Chiwona-Karltun, L. & Trautman, S. (2016). Interdisciplinary journeys. Agriculture, Nutrition and Health Academy (ANH Academy) Week Report. Abstract. Addis Abeba. Ethiopia.

DuboisA. & Carson, D. B. (2016). Placing northern development: The case of North SwedenLocal Economy, 31 (7), ss. 795–811.

Teräs, J., DuboisA., Sorvik, J. & Pertoldi, M. (2016). Implementing Smart Specialisation in Sparsely Populated Areas S3Working Papers Series No. 10/2015. European Commission. JRC98691.

DuboisA. (2016). Transnationalising entrepreneurship in a peripheral region: The translocal embeddedness paradigmJournal of Rural Studies, 46, ss. 1–11.

ErikssonC., Heed, J. & Sollén Norrlin, S. (2016). Hur skulle Sveriges lantbruk drabbas av en avspärrning? Uppsala: Framtidens lantbruk, SLU.

ErikssonC. (2016). Att lära ut akademiskt skrivande: En handledning med exempel på övningarUrban and rural reports, 2016:1, 23 ss.

ErikssonC. (2016). Jordbrukspolitiken: Från överproduktion till bristande självförsörjning. I: Öhlén, M. & Silander, D. (red.) Svensk politik och EU: Hur svensk politik har förändrats av medlemskapet i EU. Stockholm: Santerus.

Andersson, L., Bengtsson, J., Dahlén, L., Ekelund Axelsson, L., ErikssonC., Fedrowitz, K., FischerK., Friberg, H., Hallin, S., Hunter, E., Jansson, T., Johnsson, P., Mobjörk, M., Oskarsson, D., Patel, M., Rydhmer, L., Räty, R., Röös, E., SlätmoE., Stenström, M., Sundberg, C., Svensson, C., WestholmE. & Wikman Svahn, P. (2016). Framtidsberättelser från lantbruket år 2030. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

FischerK. & ErikssonC. (2016). Social science studies on European and African agriculture compared: Bringing together different strands of academic debate on GM cropsSustainability, 8 (865), ss. 1-17.

FischerK., Chenais, E., Torsson, E. & Wensman, J. J. (2016). Where is the Participation in Participatory Epidemiology? How Engagement with Social Science could lead to Improved Understanding and Control of Peste des Petits RuminantsBritish Journal of Virology, 3, ss. 105-114.

FischerK. (2016). Why new crop technology is not scale-neutral—A critique of the expectations for a crop-based African Green Revolution. Research Policy, 45 (6), ss. 1185-1194.

FischerK., Hajdu, F. & Cavallin Giertta, F. (2016). Commentary on the paper by Lyons and Westoby “Carbon colonialism and the new land grab: Plantation forestry in Uganda and its livelihood impacts”Journal of Rural Studies, 47.

Bøhn, T., Aheto, D. W., Mwangala, F. S., FischerK., Bones I. L., Simoloka, C. Mbeule, I., Schmidt, G. & Breckling, B. (2016). Pollen-mediated gene flow and seed exchange in small-scale Zambian maize farming, implications for biosafety assessmentScientific Reports, 6 (34483).

Hajdu, F., FischerK. & Penje, O. (2016). Questioning the use of ‘degradation’ in climate mitigation: A case study of a forest carbon CDM project in UgandaLand Use Policy, 59 (31), ss. 412–422.

Ansell, N., Hajdu, F., van Blerk, L. & Robson, E. (2016). AIDS-affected young people’s access to livelihood assets: exploring ’new variant famine’ in rural southern AfricaJournal of Rural Studies, (46), ss. 23–34.

HajduF. & Fischer, K. (2016). Problems, causes and solutions in the forest carbon discourse: A framework for analysing degradation narrativesClimate and Development, 9 (6), ss. 537-547.

MarquardtK., KhatriD. & PainA. (2016). REDD in the light of forest transition, agrarian change and ecosystem services in the Mid-Hills and Terai of NepalHuman Ecology, 44 (2), ss. 229-244. 

MarquardtK., Vico, G., Eksvärd, K., Glynn, C., Dalin, P., Björkman, C. & Weih, M. (2016). Farmer perspectives on introducing perennial cereals in Swedish farming systems: A sustainability analysis of plant traits, farm management and ecological implicationsAgroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 40 (5), ss. 432-450.

Egerlid, J., MarquardtK. & Bartholdson, Ö. (2016). Forest conservation versus indigenous forest territory rights in the Peruvian Amazon – the case of the Kechwa-Lamas village Alto Huaja and the roles external actors. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 12 (4), ss. 381-405.

NagoliJ., Mulwafu, W., Green, E., Likongwe, P. & Chiwona-KarltunL. (2016). Conflicts over Natural Resource Scarcity in the Aquatic Ecosystem of the Lake ChilwaEnvironment and Ecology Research, 4, ss. 207–216.

NagoliJ. (2016). A lake without water: Livelihood coping strategies during the Lake Chilwa water recessions in Malawi. Diss. Nr. 2016:36. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

Byrne, S., NightingaleAJ. & Korf, B. (2016). Making Territory: War, Post-war and the Entangled Scales of Contested Forest Governance in Mid-Western NepalDevelopment and Change, 47 (6), ss. 1269–1293.

NightingaleAJ. (2016). Adaptive Scholarship and Situated Knowledges? Hybrid Methodologies and Plural Epistemologies in Climate Change Adaptation ResearchArea, 48 (1), ss. 41-47.

Ojha, H. R., Ghimire, S., PainA., NightingaleAJ., KhatriDB. & Dhungana, H. (2016). Policy without politics: Technocratic control of climate change adaptation policy making in NepalClimate Policy, 16 (4), ss. 415-433.

Nielsen, K. B. & OskarssonP. (red.) (2016). Industrialising Rural India: Land, Policy, Resistance. London: Routledge.

OskarssonP. (2016). The Nature of Bauxite Mining and Adivasi Livelihoods in the Industrialisation of Eastern India. I: Nielsen, K. B. & Oskarsson, P. (red.) Industrialising Rural India: Land, Policy, Resistance. London: Routledge, ss. 123–139.

OskarssonP. & Nielsen, K. B. (2016). Industrialising Rural India. I: Nielsen, K. B.  & Oskarsson, P. (red.) Industrialising Rural India: Land, Policy, Resistance. London: Routledge, ss. 3–18.

Nielsen, K. & OskarssonP. (2016). Development Deadlocks of the New Indian StateEconomic and Political Weekly, 51 (4), ss. 67–69.

PajuM. (2016). Hälsingegården i omvandling: En studie av världsarvsprocessen i Hälsingland. Diss. Nr. 2016:60. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

PetittA. (2016). Women’s cattle ownership in Botswana: Rebranding gender relations?  Diss. Nr. 2016:35. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

Ahl, H., Berglund, K., PetterssonK. & Tillmar, M. (2016). From feminism to FemInc.ism: On the uneasy relationship between feminism, entrepreneurship and the Nordic welfare stateInternational Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 12 (2), ss. 369-392.

Chongtham, I. R., Bergkvist, G., Watson, C. A., SandströmE., Bengtsson, J. & Öborn, I. (2016). Factors influencing crop rotation strategies on organic farms with different time periods since conversion to organic production. Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, 33 (1), ss. 14-27.

SandströmE., Jägerskog, A. & Oestigaard, T. (red.) (2016). Land and Hydropolitics in the Nile River Basin – Challenges and new investments. London: Earthscan/Routledge.

SandströmE. (2016). Dealing with water – emerging land investments and the hydropolitical landscape of the Nile Basin. I: Sandström, E., Jägerskog, A. & Oestigaard, T. (red.) Land and Hydropolitics in the Nile River Basin: Challenges and New Investments. London: Earthscan/Routledge, ss. 14-35.

SandströmE., Jägerskog, A. & Oestigaard, T. (2016). Changing Challenges: New Hydropolitical Landscapes in the Nile Basin. I: Sandström, E., Jägerskog, A. & Oestigaard, T. (red.) Land and Hydropolitics in the Nile River Basin: Challenges and New Investments. London: Earthscan/Routledge, ss. 1-13.

Hårsmar, M., SandströmE. & Beyene, A. (2016). Lake Tana: Source of Disputes or Collaboration over the Blue Nile. I: Sandström, E., Jägerskog, A. & Oestigaard, T. (red.) Land and Hydropolitics in the Nile River Basin: Challenges and New Investments. London: Earthscan/Routledge, ss. 189-210.

Beyene, A. & SandströmE. (2016). Emerging water frontiers: Large-scale land and water acquisitions and food security in Africa. I: Tvedt, T. & Oestigard, T. (red.) Water and Food – Africa in a Global Context. London/New York: I.B. Tauris, ss. 502-522.

Namazzi, S., Muchunguzi, P., Lamers, D., Sole-Amat, A., van Asten, P., Dubois, T., Afari-Sefa, V., Tenywa, M. T., Mugisa, I., Sartas, M. & Daniëlle McCampbell, M. (2016). Crop-livestock-tree Integration in Uganda: the Case of Mukono-Wakiso Innovation Platform, 1 uppl. I: Dror, I., Cadilhon, J. J., Schut, M., Misiko, M. & Maheshwari, S. (red.) Innovation Platforms for Agricultural Development Evaluating the mature innovation platforms landscape. Routledge, ss. 79-97.

Schut, M., Klerkx, L., SartasM., Lamers, D., Mc Campbell, M., Ogbonna, I., Kaushik, P., Atta-Krah, K. & Leeuwis, C. (2016). Innovation platforms: Experiences with their institutional embedding in agricultural research for developmentExperimental Agriculture, 52 (4), ss. 537-561.

SlätmoE. (2016). Challenges in Agricultural Land Management – A Scandinavian perspective on Contextual Variations and Farmers’ Room to Manoeuvre. I: Head, L., Saltzman, K., Setten, G. & Stenseke, M. (red.) Nature, Time and Environmental Management: Scandinavian and Australian perspectives on peoples and landscapes. London & New York: Routledge, ss. 169-185.

WaldenströmC., Ferguson, R., Sundberg, C., Tidåker, P., WestholmE. & ÅkerskogA. (2016). Bioenergy From Agriculture: Challenges for the Rural Development Program in SwedenSociety & Natural Resources, 29 (12), ss. 1467-1482.

WestbergL. & Waldenström, C. (2016). How can we ever create participation when we are the ones who decide? On natural resource management practice and its readiness for changeJournal of Environmental Policy and Planning.

WestholmL. (2016). Fruits from the forest and the fields: Forest conservation policies and intersecting social inequalities in Burkina Faso’s REDD+ programInternational Forestry Review, 18 (4), ss. 511-521.

Publikationer 2015

Amurwon, J., Hajdu, F. & Seeley, J. (2015). The relevance of timing of illness and death events in the household life cycle for coping outcomes in rural Uganda in the era of HIV. International Journal for Equity in Health, 14:105, Open Access:  http://www.equityhealthj.com/content/14/1/105.

Holmgren, S. & Arora-Jonsson, S. (2015). The Forest Kingdom–with what values for the world? Climate change and gender equality in a contested forest policy context. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 30 (3), ss. 235-245.

Arora-Jonsson, S. & Powell, S. (2015). The Ethics of Political Correctness. I: Nakray, K., Alston, M. & Whittenberry, K. (red.) Social Science Research Ethics: Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Perspectives for a Globalising World. New York & Abingdon: Routledge, ss. 112-139.

Beckman, M. & Nguyen, M. V. T. (2015). Upland development, climate-related risk and institutional conditions for adaptation in Vietnam. Climate and Development, 8 (5), ss. 413-422.

Beckman, M., Mochizuki, J. & Naruchaikusol, S. (2015). Changing Land Use, Disaster Risk and Adaptive Responses in Upland Communities in Thailand. Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management, IDRiM 5 (1), ss. 1-20.

Chiwona-Karltun, L. & Tihanyi, K. Z. (2015). Gender and agribusiness entrepreneurship in Africa. I: Christy, R. D., Tihanyi, K. Z., Mabaya, E. & Karaan, M. (red.) From principles to best practices: A “making markets matter” guide to managing African Agribusinesses. Market Matters Inc.

Chiwona-Karltun, L., Nyirenda, D., Mwansa, C. N., Kongor, J. E., Brimer, L., Haggblade, S. & Afoakwa, E. O. (2015). Farmer preference, utilization, and biochemical composition of improved cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) varieties in southeastern Africa. Economic Botany, 69 (1), ss. 42-56.

Chiwona-Karltun, L., Afoakwa, E. O., Nyirenda, D., Mwansa, C. N., Kongor, E. J. & Brimer, L. (2015). Varietal diversity and processing effects on the biochemical composition, cyanogenic glucoside potential (HCNp) and appearance of cassava flours from South-Eastern African region. International Food Research Journal, 22 (3), ss. 973-980.

Zdravkovic, M., Chiwona-Karltun, L. & Zink, E. (2015). Experiences and perceptions of South-South and North-South scientific collaboration of mathematicians, physicists and chemists from five southern African universities. Southern Africa Nordic Centre Conference (SANORD) Proceedings, Conference Paper Windhoek, Namibia, 1-3 december.

Chiwona-Karltun, L., Hambraeus, L. & Bellin-Sesay, F. (2015). Systemic Nutrition Security Solutions for Transformative Change, Integrated Systems Research for Sustainable Intensification in Smallholder Agriculture, 3-6 mars, 2015, Conference Paper, IITA, Ibadan, Nigeria.

Chagunda, M. G. G.,  Mwangwela, A., Mumba, C.,  Dos Anjos, F.,  Kawonga, B. S., Hopkins, R., Chiwona-Karltun, L. (2015). Assessing and managing intensification in smallholder dairy systems for food and nutrition security in Sub-Saharan Africa. Regional Environmental Change, on-line, s. 1-11.

Fischer, K., Ekener-Petersen, E., Rydhmer, L. & Bjornberg Edvardsson, K. (2015). Social impacts of GM crops in agriculture: A systematic literature review. Sustainability, 7 (7), ss. 8598-8620.

Fischer, K., van den Berg, J. & Mutengwa, C. (2015). Is Bt maize effective in improving South African smallholder agriculture? South African Journal Of Science, 2015:111(1/2), artikel #a0092.

Fischer, K. & Hajdu, F. (2015). Does raising maize yields lead to poverty reduction? A study of the ‘Massive Food Production Programme’ in South Africa. Land Use Policy, 46, ss. 304-13.

Ansell, N., Tsoeu, S. & Hajdu, F. (2015). Women’s changing domestic responsibilities in neoliberal Africa: A relational time-space analysis of Lesotho’s garment industry. Gender, Place and Culture, 22 (3), ss. 363-382.

Hajdu, F. (2015). Lokala perspektiv kring hållbar försörjning på landsbygden i södra Afrika. I: Hagberg, S. & Körling, G. (red.) Ymer 2014 - Resurser och politik i Afrika: Lokala perspektiv på globala processer. Svenska sällskapet för antropologi och geografi (SSAG), ss. 69-86.

Paudel, N. S., Vedeld, P. O. & Khatri, D. B. (2015). Prospects and challenges of tenure and forest governance reform in the context of REDD+ initiatives in Nepal. Forest Policy and Economics, 52, ss. 1-8.

von Hackwitz, K. & Lindholm, K.-J. (2015). Landscape of Mortuary Practices. I: von Hackwitz, K. & Peyroteo-Stjerna, R. (red.) Ancient Death Ways – Proceedings of the workshop on archaeology and mortuary practices – Uppsala, 16-17 maj 2013. Occasional Papers in Archaeology, 59, ss. 143-166.

Lindholm, K.-J. (2015). Wells, Land & History: Archaeology and Rural Development in Southern Africa. I: Stump, D. & Isendahl, C. (red.) The Oxford Handbook in Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Lindholm, K.-J. & Ljungkvist, J. (2015). The bear in the grave – Exploitation of top predator and herbivore resources in 1st millennium Sweden – first trends from a long term research project. European Journal of Archaeology, 19:1, ss. 3-27.

Lindholm, K.-J., von Hackwitz, K., Ekblom, A., Löwenborg, D. & Ljungkvist, J. (2015). Rethinking Human Nature: Bridging the “gap” by Landscape analysis and Geographical Information Systems (GIS). eTopoi, Journal for Ancient Studies.

Strutt, K. D., Graham, A., Toonen, W. H, Pennington, B. T., Löwenborg, D., Emery, V. L., Barker, D. S., Hunter, A. M., Masson, A. & Lindholm, K.-J. (2015). Manipulating mud: (Re-)constructing cosmogonical landscapes in the Nile Valley, Thebes, Egypt. Archaeologia Polonia, Archaeological Prospection, 53, ss. 514-517.

Romero Rengifo, L. & Marquardt, K. (2015). La agricultura indígena de Kechwa-Lamas y los servicios ecosistémicos – que hay de aprender? SERVINDI.

Eriksen, S. H., Nightingale, J. A. & Eakin, H. (2015). Reframing adaptation: The political nature of climate change adaptation. Global Environmental Change, 35, ss. 523-533.

Nightingale, J. A. (2015). Adaptive Scholarship and Situated Knowledges? Hybrid Methodologies and Plural Epistemologies in Climate Change Adaptation Research. Area, 48 (1).

Ojha, H. R., Ghimire, S., Pain, A., Nightingale, J. A., Khatri, D. B. & Dhungana, H. (2015). Policy without politics: Technocratic control of climate change adaptation policy making in Nepal. Climate Policy, 16 (4), ss. 415-433.

Heldt-Cassel, S. & Pettersson, K. (2015). Performing Gender and Rurality in Swedish Farm Tourism. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, Vol. 15, Nos. 1–2, ss. 138–151.

Pettersson, K. (2015). Två steg fram och ett tillbaka? En genusanalys av policy för kvinnors företagande i Norden, Info 0596. Stockholm: Tillväxtverket.

Francis, C., Salomonsson, L., Lieblein, G., Breland, T. A. & Morse, S. (2015). Experiential Learning Using the Open-Ended Case: Future Agroecology Education. I: Benkeblia, N. (red.) Agroecology, Ecosystems, and Sustainability. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, ss. 347-365.

Belfrage, K., Björklund, J. & Salomonsson, L. (2015). Effects of Farm Size and On-Farm Landscape Heterogeneity on Biodiversity—Case Study of Twelve Farms in a Swedish Landscape. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 39 (2), ss. 170-188.

Westholm, L. & Arora-Jonsson, S. (2015). Defining Solutions, Finding Problems: Deforestation, Gender, and REDD+ in Burkina Faso. Conservation and Society, 13 (2), ss. 189-199.

Publikationer 2014

Arora-Jonsson, S. (2014). Forty years of gender research and environmental policy -  where do we stand. Women’s Studies International Forum, 47, ss. 295-308.

Naruchaikusol, S., Beckman, M. & Mochizuki, J. (2014). Disaster Response and Adaptive Capacity of Upland Communities in the Face of Increasing Climate Risk. A Discussion of Changing Livelihoods, Land Use, and Natural-Resources Management in Northern Thailand, IRDR International Centre of Excellence – Taipei, Technical Report No.1.

Belfrage, K. (2014). Integrating food production and biodiversity. Diss No. 2014:57. Uppsala: Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.

Johansson, S., Ohlander, L., Belfrage, K., Sundberg, C., Hansson, P.-A. (2014). How the choice of biofuel system in a small-scale Swedish organic farm affects food production and NPK balanceActa Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B - Soil and Plant Science, 64 (2), ss. 109-120.

Bergman-Lodin, J., Paulson, S. & Jirström, M. (2014). NERICA Upland rice -  Seeds of change for female-headed households in Uganda? Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment, 36 (2), ss. 129-141.

Eksvärd, K., Lönngren, G., Cuadra, M., Francis, C., Johansson, B., Namanjl, S., Rydberg, T., Ssekyewa, C., Gissén, C. & Salomonsson, L. (2014). Agroecology in practice. Reports - Department of Urban and Rural Development 1/2014, Uppsala.

Abdallah, J., Engström, L., Havnevik, K. & Salomonsson, L. (2014). Large scale land acquisitions in Tanzania - A critical analysis of practices and dynamics. I: Kaag, M. & Zoomers, A. (red.) The Global Land Grab Beyond the Hype. Halifax/Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing & London/New York: Zed Books, ss. 37-53.

Iversen, M., Grønsberg, I. M., van den Berg, J., Fischer, K., Aheto, D. W. & Bøhn,T. (2014). Detection of Transgenes in Local Maize Varieties of Small-Scale Farmers in Eastern Cape, South Africa. PLOS ONE, 9(12), e116147.

Ansell, N., Hajdu, F., Robson, E. & van Blerk, L. (2014). Reconceptualizing temporality in young lives - Exploring young people’s current and future livelihoods in AIDS-affected southern Africa. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 39 (3), ss. 333–475.

Ansell, N., Robson, E., Hajdu, F. & van Blerk, L. (2014). Learning from young people about their lives - using participatory methods to research the impacts of AIDS in southern Africa. I: Porter, G., Townsend, J. & Hampshire, K. (red.) Children and Young People as Knowledge Producers. London: Routledge.

Hajdu, F. (2014). Lokala perspektiv kring hållbar försörjning på landsbygden i södra Afrika. Ymer 2014 - Resurser och politik i Afrika. Lokala perspektiv på globala processer. Svenska sällskapet för antropologi och geografi (SSAG), ss. 69-86.

Lindell, L., Henningsson, M., Marquardt, K. & Åström, M. E. (2014). Farmers’ (local and colonists) perceptions of environmental changes in the forest frontier of the upper Amazon, Peru. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 10 (4), ss. 394-418.

Pettersson, K. & Heldt Cassel, S. (2014). Women tourism entrepreneurs - doing gender on farms in Sweden. Gender in Management, 29 (8), ss. 487-504.

Salomonsson, L., Eksvärd, K., Francis, C. A., Tesfay, G. & Abraha, Z. (2014). Narrowing the Gap between Academia and Practice through Agroecology - Designing Education and Planning for Action. Nacta Journal, 58, ss. 148-154.

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