Along with Macroeconomics, other disciplines of study including Production (economics) and Natural resource economics are integrated into his research. Gavin Hilson merges Natural resource economics with Macroeconomics in his study. His Law study overlaps with Legislation and Damages. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Legislation and Law. Cleaner production and Waste management are commonly linked in his work. Waste management is closely attributed to Cleaner production in his research. In his research, Gavin Hilson undertakes multidisciplinary study on Municipal solid waste and Hazardous waste. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Hazardous waste and Municipal solid waste. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Machine learning and Artificial intelligence.
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An overview of land use conflicts in mining communities
Land Use Policy (2002)
Sustainable development in the mining industry: clarifying the corporate perspective
Gavin Hilson;Barbara Murck.
Resources Policy (2000)
Corporate Social Responsibility in the Extractive Industries: Experiences from Developing Countries
Resources Policy (2012)
Alternatives to cyanide in the gold mining industry: what prospects for the future?
Gavin Hilson;A.J. Monhemius.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2006)
Structural adjustment and subsistence industry: Artisanal gold mining in Ghana
Gavin Hilson;Clive Potter.
Development and Change (2005)
Strained relations: A critical analysis of the mining conflict in Prestea, Ghana
Gavin Michael Hilson;Gavin Michael Hilson;Natalia Yakovleva.
Political Geography (2007)
Small‐scale mining and its socio‐economic impact in developing countries
Natural Resources Forum (2002)
Small-scale mining, poverty and economic development in sub-Saharan Africa: An overview
Resources Policy (2009)
The Environmental Impact of Small-Scale Gold Mining in Ghana: Identifying Problems and Possible Solutions
The Geographical Journal (2002)
Four decades of support for artisanal and small-scale mining in sub-Saharan Africa: A critical review
Gavin Hilson;James McQuilken.
The Extractive Industries and Society (2014)
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