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The political economy of decision-making in forestry : using evidence and analysis for reform (English)

The use of the phrase, ‘political economy’ originates in Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations and is also found in the writings of David Ricardo and Karl Marx. ... See More +

Working Paper 101750 JAN 01, 2015

Kishor,Nalin M.; Castillo,Selene; Nguyen,Nga Phuong; Rosenbaum,Kenneth L. Disclosed

Assessing forest governance : a practical guide to data collection, analysis and use (English)

In the last twenty years, practitioners have come to appreciate that governance is often the weak link in addressing unsustainable use of forests and trees. ... See More +

Working Paper 89145 JUN 01, 2014

Cowling, Phil; DeValue, Kristin; Rosenbaum, Kenneth Disclosed

Assessing and monitoring forest governance : a user's guide to a diagnostic tool (English)

This is a guide to diagnosing strengths and weaknesses in forest governance using a tool developed by PROFOR (Program on Forests). The tool consists of a set of indicators and a protocol for scoring the indicators. ... See More +

Publication 71436 JUN 01, 2012

Kishor, Nalin; Rosenbaum, Kenneth Disclosed

Rethinking collaborative arrangements with local partners (English)

More forest area is being designated for use by local communities and indigenous peoples. In a growing number of countries legislation is being introduced to ensure that local partners share in the benefits of forest operations and participate as active stakeholders in the sustainable use of forest resources. ... See More +

Brief 53033 JAN 01, 2010

Rosenbaum, Kenneth; Chandrasekharan Behr, Diji; Larson, Gunnar Disclosed

Tools for civil society action to reduce forest corruption: drawing lessons from transparency international (English)

The first chapter explains the underpinning of Transparency International's (TI's) approach, the theory that corruption is a chronic threat in all societies and is only controlled through national integrity systems. ... See More +

Working Paper 32861 JAN 01, 2005

Rosenbaum, Kenneth L. Disclosed