2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Netherlands Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Land grabbing, Economy, Agricultural land, Agrarian society and Economic system. The various areas that he examines in his Land grabbing study include Political economy, Economic history, Sovereignty, Land tenure and Law and economics. The concepts of his Economy study are interwoven with issues in Land market and Globalization.
His Agricultural land study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social movement and Agency. His Agrarian society study incorporates themes from Futures contract, Inclusion–exclusion principle and Political sociology. Saturnino M. Borras interconnects Multinational corporation, Natural resource economics, Land law and Opposition in the investigation of issues within Economic system.
Saturnino M. Borras mostly deals with Political economy, Agrarian society, Land grabbing, Land reform and State. His Political economy research includes themes of Economic growth, Food sovereignty, Land law, Democracy and Populism. His Agrarian society research includes elements of Development economics, Economic system, Capitalism and Social movement.
His studies in Land grabbing integrate themes in fields like Global governance, Agricultural land, Land tenure and Economy. His work focuses on many connections between Agricultural land and other disciplines, such as Natural resource economics, that overlap with his field of interest in Multinational corporation. His Land reform research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Poverty, Agrarian system and Agrarian reform.
Saturnino M. Borras mainly focuses on Political economy, Agrarian society, Land grabbing, Populism and State. Saturnino M. Borras has researched Political economy in several fields, including Rural development, Economic growth, Rural change and Restructuring. His research in Agrarian society intersects with topics in Economic system and War on terror.
His Land grabbing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scale and Soviet union. The study incorporates disciplines such as Capitalism, Authoritarianism, Democracy and Social movement in addition to Populism. His Authoritarianism research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reactionary, Incrementalism and Political opportunity.
His main research concerns Political economy, Agrarian society, Populism, Democracy and Capitalism. Saturnino M. Borras has included themes like Rural development, Economic growth and State in his Political economy study. His Rural development study combines topics in areas such as Development economics, Authoritarianism and Rural change.
His work carried out in the field of Economic growth brings together such families of science as Food sovereignty, Restructuring and Social group. State combines with fields such as Climate change mitigation, Climate justice, Narrative and Mainstream in his work. His study connects Social movement and Democracy.
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Towards a better understanding of global land grabbing: an editorial introduction
Saturnino M. Borras;Ruth Hall;Ian Scoones;Ben White.
The new enclosures: critical perspectives on corporate land deals
Benjamin White;Saturnino Borras jr.;Ruth Hall;Ian Scoones.
Global Land Grabbing and Trajectories of Agrarian Change: A Preliminary Analysis
Saturnino M. Borras;Saturnino M. Borras;Jennifer C. Franco;Jennifer C. Franco.
Journal of Agrarian Change (2012)
Land grabbing in Latin America and the Caribbean
Saturnino M. Borras;Jennifer C. Franco;Sergio Gómez;Cristóbal Kay.
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2012)
Governing Global Land Deals: The Role of the State in the Rush for Land
Wendy Wolford;Saturnino M. Borras;Ruth Hall;Ian Scoones.
Resistance, acquiescence or incorporation? An introduction to land grabbing and political reactions ‘from below’
Ruth Hall;Marc Edelman;Saturnino M. Borras;Ian Scoones.
The politics of biofuels, land and agrarian change: editors' introduction
Saturnino M. Borras;Philip McMichael;Ian Scoones.
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2010)
From Threat to Opportunity? Problems with the Idea of a "Code of Conduct" for Land- Grabbing
Saturnino Borras;Jennifer Franco.
Yale Human Rights and Development Journal (2010)
Questioning Market-Led Agrarian Reform: Experiences from Brazil, Colombia and South Africa
Saturnino M. Borras.
Journal of Agrarian Change (2003)
Global Land Grabs: historical processes, theoretical and methodological implications and current trajectories
Marc Edelman;Carlos Oya;Saturnino M Borras.
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