2014 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
2014 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2009 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Economic growth, Politics, Livelihood, Political economy and Sustainability are his primary areas of study. His Economic growth study incorporates themes from Latin Americans, Social capital and Agriculture, Agricultural development. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Indigenous, Economy and State.
The concepts of his Political economy study are interwoven with issues in Civil society, Corporate governance, Social movement, Power and Economic system. He studies Sustainability science, a branch of Sustainability. His work in Sustainability science covers topics such as Commodity which are related to areas like Social conflict.
Anthony Bebbington focuses on Economic growth, Politics, Political economy, Livelihood and Latin Americans. His research integrates issues of Indigenous, Social capital, Public sector and Sustainability in his study of Economic growth. In his study, Economic system is strongly linked to Civil society, which falls under the umbrella field of Sustainability.
His Social movement study in the realm of Politics interacts with subjects such as Human settlement. His studies deal with areas such as Democracy and Resource curse as well as Political economy. His research in Livelihood focuses on subjects like Environmental planning, which are connected to Sustainability science and Agriculture.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Politics, Corporate governance, Human settlement, Environmental planning and Political economy. Anthony Bebbington is interested in Social movement, which is a field of Politics. His Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Agriculture, Livelihood and Sustainability science.
His research investigates the connection with Livelihood and areas like Sustainability which intersect with concerns in Scholarship and Poverty. His work carried out in the field of Political economy brings together such families of science as Democracy, Settlement, State and Natural resource governance. His Democracy course of study focuses on Transparency and Economic growth.
His main research concerns Environmental planning, Development studies, Environmental studies, Human settlement and Exploitation of natural resources. His studies in Development studies integrate themes in fields like Falsity, International development, Corporate governance and Public relations. His research integrates issues of Developing country, Latin Americans and Climate change in his study of Environmental studies.
His Human settlement research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Transparency, Politics and Political economy. His Exploitation of natural resources study combines topics in areas such as Agriculture, Deforestation, Stakeholder and Sustainability science. His Private sector study results in a more complete grasp of Economic growth.
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Capitals and Capabilities: A Framework for Analyzing Peasant Viability, Rural Livelihoods and Poverty
World Development (1999)
Contention and Ambiguity: Mining and the Possibilities of Development
Anthony Bebbington;Leonith Hinojosa;Denise Humphreys Bebbington;Maria Luisa Burneo.
Development and Change (2008)
Mining and social movements: struggles over livelihood and rural territorial development in the Andes
Anthony Bebbington;Denise Humphreys Bebbington;Jeffrey Bury;Jeannet Lingan.
World Development (2008)
Reluctant Partners? Non-Governmental Organizations, the State and Sustainable Agricultural Development
John Farrington;Anthony Bebbington;Kate Wellard;David J. Lewis.
Reencountering Development: Livelihood Transitions and Place Transformations in the Andes
Annals of The Association of American Geographers (2000)
Reclaiming Development? NGOs and the Challenge of Alternatives
Diana Mitlin;Sam Hickey;Anthony Bebbington.
World Development (2007)
Exploring social capital debates at the World Bank
Anthony Bebbington;Scott Guggenheim;Elizabeth Olson;Michael Woolcock.
Journal of Development Studies (2004)
Social capital and rural intensification: Local organizations and islands of sustainability in the rural Andes
The Geographical Journal (1997)
Social Capital, Development, and Access to Resources in Highland Ecuador
Anthony Bebbington;Thomas Perreault.
Economic Geography (1999)
NGOS AND UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT: GEOGRAPHIES OF DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION
Progress in Human Geography (2004)
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