His primary scientific interests are in Political economy, Environmental resource management, Biodiversity conservation, Biodiversity and Context. The Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Natural resource, Natural resource management, Ecosystem services, Capitalism and Neoliberalism. His Natural resource study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Value and Environmental governance.
Bram Büscher has researched Neoliberalism in several fields, including Empowerment, Stewardship, Local community and Decentralization. Bram Büscher combines subjects such as Social change, Environmental change, Sustainability and Humanity with his study of Environmental resource management. His Poaching research focuses on Spanish Civil War and how it connects with Politics.
Bram Büscher mainly focuses on Politics, Political economy, Natural resource, Neoliberalism and Economic growth. His Politics study combines topics in areas such as New media, Ecotourism, Poaching and Economy. His work carried out in the field of Political economy brings together such families of science as Conservation development, Ecosystem services, Corporate governance, Ethnography and Capitalism.
His Natural resource research includes themes of Commodification, Environmental resource management and Environmental governance. His research integrates issues of Subject, Natural capital, Economic Justice, Ideal and Natural resource management in his study of Neoliberalism. His Natural resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Empowerment, Local community, Decentralization and Stewardship.
Bram Büscher mainly investigates Publishing, Environmental planning, Anthropocene, Transformative learning and Social science. His Publishing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Representation and Diversity. His Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biodiversity, Ecotourism, Project commissioning and Face.
Anthropocene and Context are two areas of study in which Bram Büscher engages in interdisciplinary research. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Context and Biodiversity conservation research. Other disciplines of study, such as Reflexivity, Nexus and Politics, are mixed together with his Transformative learning studies.
Bram Büscher focuses on CLARION, Anthropocene, Manifesto, Faith and Politics. His Politics research integrates issues from Reflexivity and Social science.
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Towards a Synthesized Critique of Neoliberal Biodiversity Conservation
Bram Büscher;Sian Sullivan;Katja Neves;Jim Igoe.
Capitalism Nature Socialism (2012)
From hope to crisis and back again? A critical history of the global CBNRM narrative
Changing the intellectual climate
Nature™ Inc.: Changes and Continuities in Neoliberal Conservation and Market‐based Environmental Policy
Murat Arsel;Bram Büscher.
Development and Change (2012)
Accumulation by Conservation
Bram Büscher;Robert Fletcher.
New Political Economy (2015)
Half-Earth or Whole Earth? Radical ideas for conservation, and their implications
Bram Büscher;Robert Fletcher;Dan Brockington;Chris Sandbrook.
Transforming the Frontier: Peace Parks and the Politics of Neoliberal Conservation in Southern Africa
Anti-Politics as Political Strategy: Neoliberalism and Transfrontier Conservation in Southern Africa
Development and Change (2010)
Nature Inc.: Environmental Conservation in the Neoliberal Age
Bram Büscher;Wolfram Heinz Dressler;Robert Fletcher.
Toward a new understanding of the links between poverty and illegal wildlife hunting.
Rosaleen Duffy;Freya A. V. St John;Bram Büscher;Dan Brockington.
Conservation Biology (2016)
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