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Arild Angelsen
Arild Angelsen
Professor, School of Economics, Norwegian Univ. of Life Sciences (NMBU)
Adresse e-mail validée de nmbu.no
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The causes of land-use and land-cover change: moving beyond the myths
EF Lambin, BL Turner, HJ Geist, SB Agbola, A Angelsen, JW Bruce, ...
Global environmental change 11 (4), 261-269, 2001
50522001
Forest transitions: towards a global understanding of land use change
TK Rudel, OT Coomes, E Moran, F Achard, A Angelsen, J Xu, E Lambin
Global environmental change 15 (1), 23-31, 2005
17802005
An assessment of deforestation and forest degradation drivers in developing countries
N Hosonuma, M Herold, V De Sy, RS De Fries, M Brockhaus, L Verchot, ...
Environmental research letters 7 (4), 044009, 2012
15742012
Rethinking the causes of deforestation: lessons from economic models
A Angelsen, D Kaimowitz
The world bank research observer 14 (1), 73-98, 1999
15351999
Livelihoods, forests, and conservation in developing countries: an overview
WD Sunderlin, A Angelsen, B Belcher, P Burgers, R Nasi, L Santoso, ...
World development 33 (9), 1383-1402, 2005
14752005
Economic models of tropical deforestation: a review
D Kaimowitz, A Angelsen
Cifor, 1998
13741998
Environmental income and rural livelihoods: a global-comparative analysis
A Angelsen, P Jagger, R Babigumira, B Belcher, NJ Hogarth, S Bauch, ...
World development 64, S12-S28, 2014
13042014
Exploring the forest-poverty link
A Angelsen, S Wunder
CIFOR occasional paper 40, 1-20, 2003
11962003
Moving ahead with REDD: issues, options and implications
A Angelsen
CIFOR, 2008
969*2008
Agricultural technologies and tropical deforestation
A Angelsen, D Kaimowitz
CABi, 2001
8242001
Realising REDD+: National Strategies and Policy Options
A Angelsen
Centre for International Forestry Research, Bogor, 2009
775*2009
Forest environmental incomes and the rural poor
P Vedeld, A Angelsen, J Bojö, E Sjaastad, GK Berg
Forest Policy and Economics 9 (7), 869-879, 2007
7072007
Agricultural expansion and deforestation: modelling the impact of population, market forces and property rights
A Angelsen
Journal of development economics 58 (1), 185-218, 1999
6831999
Analysing REDD+: Challenges and choices
A Angelsen, M Brockhaus, WD Sunderlin, LV Verchot
Cifor, 2012
5332012
Policies for reduced deforestation and their impact on agricultural production
A Angelsen
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 107 (46), 19639-19644, 2010
5282010
Counting on the environment: forest incomes and the rural poor
P Vedeld, A Angelsen, E Sjaastad, G Kobugabe Berg
4992004
Shifting cultivation and “deforestation”: a study from Indonesia
A Angelsen
World development 23 (10), 1713-1729, 1995
4221995
Do trees grow on money? The implications of deforestation research for policies to promote REDD
M Kanninen, D Murdiyarso, F Seymour, A Angelsen, S Wunder, L German
Cifor, 2007
4122007
Forest cover change in space and time: combining the von Thünen and forest transition theories
A Angelsen
World Bank Publications, 2007
3852007
Forests, livelihoods, and conservation: broadening the empirical base
S Wunder, A Angelsen, B Belcher
World Development 64, S1-S11, 2014
3452014
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