Peter Ho focuses on Political economy, China, Agriculture, Property rights and Civil society. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Land grabbing under Political economy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Expropriation, Economic interventionism, Social Welfare, Credibility and Economic growth. The various areas that he examines in his China study include Economic system, State and Intervention.
His research integrates issues of Productivity, Christian ministry, Natural and Developing country in his study of Agriculture. His Property rights research incorporates themes from Land tenure and Law and economics. His Civil society research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social change, Censorship, Social order and Social movement.
His scientific interests lie mostly in China, Credibility, Political economy, Property rights and Context. Peter Ho works mostly in the field of China, limiting it down to topics relating to Government and, in certain cases, Natural resource economics, as a part of the same area of interest. His Credibility research focuses on subjects like Lease, which are linked to Central government.
His Political economy research includes elements of Normative, Economic system, Environmentalism and Intervention. Peter Ho has researched Property rights in several fields, including Economic growth, Social Welfare, Public economics, Real estate and Land tenure. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic interventionism and Grassroots in addition to Social Welfare.
His main research concerns Credibility, China, Lease, Expropriation and Property rights. His work deals with themes such as Urbanization, Apartment, Investment and Common-pool resource, which intersect with Credibility. Peter Ho has included themes like Natural resource and Political economy in his China study.
His Lease research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Public administration, Institution, Formality and Central government. His Expropriation research focuses on Government and how it connects with Natural resource economics, Local community and Subsistence agriculture. He interconnects Economic growth, Eviction, Public economics, Urban planning and Sustainable development in the investigation of issues within Property rights.
His primary areas of investigation include China, Government, Expropriation, Natural resource economics and Relocation. His China study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Resource management, Forest management, Natural resource management, Incentive and Property rights. His work on Central government as part of general Government study is frequently linked to Conflict analysis, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Peter Ho combines subjects such as Collusion and Credibility with his study of Expropriation. His Natural resource economics research incorporates themes from Local community and Subsistence agriculture.
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Genetically modified and organic crops in developing countries: a review of options for food security.
Hossein Azadi;Peter Ho.
Biotechnology Advances (2010)
Agricultural land conversion drivers: A comparison between less developed, developing and developed countries
H. Azadi;P. Ho;L. Hasfiati.
Land Degradation & Development (2011)
Benefits of Bt cotton counterbalanced by secondary pests? Perceptions of ecological change in China.
Jennifer H. Zhao;Peter Ho;Hossein Azadi.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (2011)
Sustainable recycling model: A comparative analysis between India and Tanzania
Bob Jan Schoot Uiterkamp;Hossein Azadi;Peter Ho.
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2011)
Multi-stakeholder involvement and urban green space performance
Hossein Azadi;Peter Ho;Erni Hafni;Kiumars Zarafshani.
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (2011)
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