Marc Edelman mainly investigates Political economy, Politics, Social movement, Agrarian society and Globalization. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Political economy, focusing on Economic growth and, on occasion, Water grabbing and Diversity. His study in the field of Global governance also crosses realms of Moment, Construct and Viewpoints.
His Social movement study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Collective action, Social science, Agriculture and Economy. The various areas that Marc Edelman examines in his Agrarian society study include Agricultural land, Land tenure, Land grabbing and Ideology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Anthropology of development, Peasant and Neoliberalism.
His primary scientific interests are in Political economy, Politics, Development economics, Agrarian society and Economy. Marc Edelman focuses mostly in the field of Political economy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Food sovereignty and, in certain cases, Sovereignty. His research integrates issues of Developing country, Peasant and Economic history in his study of Politics.
His Development economics research incorporates elements of Neoliberalism and Political culture. The concepts of his Agrarian society study are interwoven with issues in Economic system and Land grabbing. His Economy research integrates issues from Empire, Latin Americans, Diplomacy and Globalization.
Marc Edelman spends much of his time researching Political economy, Populism, Politics, Authoritarianism and Human rights. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Food sovereignty, Sovereignty and Development economics. His Development economics study incorporates themes from Rural development, Rural change, Refugee and Humanity.
His Human rights research includes themes of Latin American studies, Peasant, Economic growth and Social movement. Marc Edelman works mostly in the field of Economic growth, limiting it down to topics relating to Rural area and, in certain cases, Austerity, Economic restructuring and Safety net, as a part of the same area of interest. Many of his studies on Social movement apply to Declaration as well.
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Resistance, acquiescence or incorporation? An introduction to land grabbing and political reactions ‘from below’
Ruth Hall;Marc Edelman;Saturnino M. Borras;Ian Scoones.
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2015)
Global Land Grabs: historical processes, theoretical and methodological implications and current trajectories
Marc Edelman;Carlos Oya;Saturnino M Borras.
Third World Quarterly (2013)
Transnational Agrarian Movements: Origins and Politics, Campaigns and Impact
Saturnino M. Borras;Marc Edelman;Cristóbal Kay.
Journal of Agrarian Change (2008)
Emancipatory rural politics: confronting authoritarian populism
Ian Scoones;Marc Edelman;Saturnino M. Borras;Ruth Hall.
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2018)
Introduction: critical perspectives on food sovereignty
Marc Edelman;Tony Weis;Amita Baviskar;Saturnino M. Borras.
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2014)
Transnational agrarian movements confronting globalization
Saturnino M Borras;Marc Edelman;Cristóbal Kay.
The anthropology of politics : a reader in ethnography, theory, and critique
Marc Edelman;Paul Farmer;John Gledhill;Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.
Published in <b>2002</b> in Malden Mass) by Blackwell (2002)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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