Publications and references
Submissions are invited for a Special Issue of Forest Policy and Economics.
It is urgently needed to explore practical solutions to problems encountered in carbon accounting, potential assessment, economic analysis, and policy evaluation, as the global community undertakes forest sector actions, including REDD+. It is imperative to establish a more coherent understanding of and formulate more appropriate approaches to addressing these problems by deploying advanced tools in an integrated manner. This Special Issue is expected not just to identify the major policy and technical issues and put them in the appropriate contexts, but also to build proper perspectives and frameworks in tackling them and generating important theoretical and empirical insights.
- 3rd International Forest Policy Meeting - IFPM3; Freiburg, Germany; 17-18 March 2021. Units involved: 9.05.00, 9.05.04, Task Force on Gender Equality in Forestry. Special section in Forest Policy and Economics containing a selected number of presentations: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/forest-policy-and-economics/special-issue/10N39SHRC9M
- COVID-19-induced visitor boom reveals the importance of forests as critical infrastructure
Authors: Jakob Derks, Lukas Giessen, Georg Winkel. Forest Policy and Economics, Volume 118, September 2020.
- International and multi-disciplinary scientific conference "Forest policy and governance: Analyses in the environmental social sciences"; Bogor, Indonesia; 4–6 October 2016. Units involved: 9.00.00, 9.05.00.
- Book of Abstracts
- Forest policy and governance: Taking stock of multiple environmental social sciences; Edited by Dodik R. Nurrochmat, Eny W. Astuti, Lukas Giessen, Ahmad Maryudi. Forest Policy and Economics, Volume 91, Pages 1-116 (June 2018). https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/forest-policy-and-economics/vol/91/suppl/C
- 1st International Forest Policy Meeting; Hann. Münden, Germany; 16-18 March 2016. Presentations (28 MB, ZIP); Special feature in Forest Policy and Economics: Trends in European forest policy research - Selection of the 1st International Forest Policy Meeting: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/forest-policy-and-economics/vol/83
- From governance to government: The strengthened role of state bureaucracies in forest and agricultural certification. Lukas Giessen, Sarah Burns, Muhammad Alif K. Sahide, Agung Wibowo. Policy and Society Volume 35, Issue 1, Pages 71–89 (March 2016).
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.polsoc.2016.02.001. The report brings together findings from a number of more detailed studies on:
- Voluntary and mandatory palm oil certification in Indonesia, see: http://journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/jmht/article/view/10798
- FSC and PEFC certification in Argentina, see: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264837715003968
- Stakeholders' preferences in forest certification in Indonesia, see: http://mail.student.ipb.ac.id/index.php/jmht/article/download/10366/8082
- Defining and assessing forest governance. Definitions of forest governance from a research perspective. Lukas Giessen and Gerard Buttoud. February 2015. PDF
- International Seminar "Assessing Forest Governance in a Context of Change"; Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina; 9-11 May 2012. Book of Abstracts
- Primmer Eeva and Kyllönen Simo. 2006. Goals for Public Participation Implied by Sustainable Development, and the Preparatory Process of the Finnish National Forest Programme. Forest Policy and Economics. 8(8) 838-853.
- Wolf, Steven, A. and Primmer, Eeva. 2006. Between incentives and action: A Pilot Study of Biodiversity Conservation Competencies for Multifunctional Forest Management in Finland. Society and Natural Resources. 19(9): 845-861.
- Rantala Tapio and Primmer Eeva 2003. Value Positions Based on Forest Policy Stakeholders' Rhetoric in Finland. Environmental Science and Policy. 6(3): 205-216.