Ian Scoones mainly investigates Politics, Economic growth, Sustainability, Land grabbing and Agriculture. His work in the fields of Politics, such as Elite, overlaps with other areas such as Scale. His Economic growth study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Development economics, Agricultural policy, Livelihood and Natural resource management.
His Sustainability research incorporates themes from Agricultural economics, Environmental protection, Corporate governance, Economic system and Grassroots. His work deals with themes such as Land tenure, Agrarian society, Economy, Inclusion–exclusion principle and Food security, which intersect with Land grabbing. Many of his research projects under Agriculture are closely connected to Food supply with Food supply, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Politics, Agriculture, Livelihood, Economic growth and Sustainability. His research investigates the connection between Politics and topics such as Economy that intersect with problems in Land grabbing. His Agriculture research focuses on Development policy and how it connects with Public administration.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Livelihood, Poverty is strongly linked to Development economics. His research on Economic growth often connects related areas such as Land tenure. His Sustainability research integrates issues from Corporate governance and Sustainable development.
Ian Scoones focuses on Politics, Political economy, Agriculture, Livelihood and Development economics. His Politics research also works with subjects such as
Ian Scoones has included themes like Environmental resource management and Public administration in his Sustainability study. His Agriculture research incorporates elements of Pastoralism, Development policy and Agricultural economics. The various areas that he examines in his Livelihood study include Economic growth, Urbanization and Agrarian system.
Ian Scoones mainly focuses on Politics, Political economy, Agriculture, One Health and Agrarian society. His Politics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sustainability, Framing and State. His research in Political economy intersects with topics in Scarcity, Mainstream and Rural change.
His Agriculture study deals with Capital intersecting with Land reform, Differentiation and Economic growth. Ian Scoones has researched Agrarian society in several fields, including Rural area, Resource, Contract farming and Livelihood. His studies examine the connections between Agricultural productivity and genetics, as well as such issues in Development economics, with regards to Rural development.
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Sustainable Rural Livelihoods: A Framework for Analysis
Environmental Entitlements: Dynamics and Institutions in Community-Based Natural Resource Management
Melissa Leach;Robin Mearns;Ian Scoones.
World Development (1999)
Livelihoods perspectives and rural development
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2009)
Green Grabbing: a new appropriation of nature?
James Fairhead;Melissa Leach;Ian Scoones.
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2012)
Range ecology at disequilibrium
Roy H. Behnke;Ian. Scoones;Carol. Kerven.
Range Ecology At Disequilibrium: New Models Of Natural Variability And Pastoral Adaptation In African Savannas
Roy H. Behnke;Ian Scoones;Carol Kerven.
Towards a better understanding of global land grabbing: an editorial introduction
Saturnino M. Borras;Ruth Hall;Ian Scoones;Ben White.
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2011)
New Ecology and the Social Sciences: What Prospects for a Fruitful Engagement?
Annual Review of Anthropology (1999)
Beyond Farmer First: rural people's knowledge, agricultural research and extension practice
Ian Scoones;John Thompson.
The new enclosures: critical perspectives on corporate land deals
Benjamin White;Saturnino Borras jr.;Ruth Hall;Ian Scoones.
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2012)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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