Clive Potter focuses on Agricultural policy, Protectionism, Agriculture, Restructuring and Economic growth. The concepts of his Agricultural policy study are interwoven with issues in Productivism, International trade, Economy, Neoliberalism and Liberalization. Clive Potter performs integrative Agriculture and Vulnerability research in his work.
His research integrates issues of Political economy and Agricultural communication in his study of Restructuring. His Economic growth research incorporates elements of Government and Subsistence economy, Subsistence agriculture. His Government research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Incentive, Financial incentives, Marketing and Land management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agriculture, Rural area, Environmental planning, Agricultural policy and Economic growth. Clive Potter combines subjects such as Agricultural economics, Environmental resource management, Restructuring and Land use with his study of Agriculture. His Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Government and Stakeholder.
His work carried out in the field of Environmental planning brings together such families of science as Woodland, Biosecurity and Land tenure. His work deals with themes such as Neoliberalism, Liberalization, Sustainability and Economy, which intersect with Agricultural policy. Clive Potter interconnects Common Agricultural Policy, Economic policy and Land management in the investigation of issues within Economic growth.
His primary areas of investigation include Woodland, Risk management framework, Public relations, Ecosystem services and Risk perception. His Woodland study incorporates themes from Economy, Tree planting, Public policy and Environmental planning. His Environmental issue study in the realm of Environmental planning interacts with subjects such as Qualitative property.
His Public relations study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Government and Science studies. His work deals with themes such as Discipline and Environmental psychology, which intersect with Government. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hazard, Assemblage and News media in addition to Risk perception.
Clive Potter mainly focuses on Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, Woodland, Public relations, Risk management framework and Environmental resource management. His Hymenoscyphus fraxineus study spans across into subjects like Anthropocene, Development economics, Economy, Public policy and Variety. His Woodland research incorporates elements of Computer-assisted web interviewing, Perception and Socioeconomics.
Clive Potter interconnects Hazard, Social media, Risk perception and News media in the investigation of issues within Public relations. His Risk management framework investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Attribution, Reputation, Objectification, Construct and Uncertainty. His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Experiential learning and Biosecurity.
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Recruiting the new conservationists: Farmers' adoption of agri-environmental schemes in the U.K.
Carol Morris;Clive Potter.
Journal of Rural Studies (1995)
Agricultural multifunctionality in the WTO—legitimate non-trade concern or disguised protectionism?
Clive Potter;Jonathan Burney.
Journal of Rural Studies (2002)
Agricultural policy discourses in the European post-Fordist transition: neoliberalism, neomercantilism and multifunctionality
Clive Potter;Mark Tilzey.
Progress in Human Geography (2005)
Citizen science as seen by scientists: Methodological, epistemological and ethical dimensions
Hauke Riesch;Clive Potter.
Public Understanding of Science (2014)
Structural adjustment and subsistence industry: Artisanal gold mining in Ghana
Gavin Hilson;Clive Potter.
Development and Change (2005)
Agricultural change and restructuring: recent evidence from a survey of agricultural households in England
Matt Lobley;Clive Potter.
Journal of Rural Studies (2004)
AGEING AND SUCCESSION ON FAMILY FARMS: The Impact on Decision-making and Land Use
Clive Potter;Matt Lobley.
Sociologia Ruralis (1992)
Contesting the neoliberal project for agriculture: Productivist and multifunctional trajectories in the European Union and Australia
Jacqueline Andrew Dibden;Clive Potter;Christopher Reid Cocklin.
Journal of Rural Studies (2009)
Agricultural multifunctionality, environmental sustainability and the WTO: Resistance or accommodation to the neoliberal project for agriculture?
Clive Potter;Mark Tilzey.
Envisioning Upland Futures: Stakeholder Responses to Scenarios for Europe's Mountain Landscapes.
Reto Soliva;Katrina Rønningen;Ioanna Bella;Peter Bezak.
Journal of Rural Studies (2008)
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