His primary scientific interests are in Environmental resource management, Public administration, Land tenure, Politics and Land use. His Environmental resource management study incorporates themes from Cultural landscape and Natural capital. His Public administration research incorporates themes from Institution, State formation, Power and Natural resource.
His research integrates issues of Forest management, Forestry and Liberalization in his study of Land tenure. His Politics research includes themes of Indigenous and Climate change. Thomas Sikor has included themes like Sustainable development, Land law and Environmental planning in his Land use study.
Thomas Sikor mainly investigates Politics, Property rights, State, Ecosystem services and Environmental resource management. His work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as Government, Political economy, Economic system and Possession. His study focuses on the intersection of Property rights and fields such as Devolution with connections in the field of Central Highlands.
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His primary scientific interests are in Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Political economy, Economic Justice and Natural resource economics. His research in Ecosystem services intersects with topics in Natural resource, Property rights and Corporate governance. His studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Justice and Environmental planning.
His Political economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Forest degradation, Element, Politics and Negotiation. Thomas Sikor has researched Natural resource economics in several fields, including Agriculture and Sustainable agriculture. As a member of one scientific family, Thomas Sikor mostly works in the field of Agriculture, focusing on Ecosystem and, on occasion, Land use.
Thomas Sikor mainly focuses on Economic growth, Corporate governance, Property rights, Land use and Context. His Economic growth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Government, Decentralization, Development economics and China. His Corporate governance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Natural resource, Resource management and Law and economics.
He regularly ties together related areas like Economic system in his Property rights studies. Thomas Sikor interconnects Goods and services, Ecosystem and Environmental resource management in the investigation of issues within Land use. Context is intertwined with Ecosystem services and Agriculture in his research.
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Contributions of cultural services to the ecosystem services agenda.
Terry C. Daniel;Andreas Muhar;Arne Arnberger;Olivier Aznar.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Access and Property: A Question of Power and Authority
Thomas Sikor;Christian Lund.
Development and Change (2009)
AGROECOLOGIA “Bases científicas para una agricultura sustentable”
Richard Norgaard;Contribuciones;Thomas O. Sikor;Miguel A. Altieri.
Land system science and sustainable development of the earth system: A global land project perspective
Peter H. Verburg;Neville Crossman;Erle C. Ellis;Andreas Heinimann.
REDD-plus, forest people's rights and nested climate governance
Thomas Sikor;Johannes Stahl;Thomas Enters;Jesse C. Ribot.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2010)
The Limits of State-Led Land Reform: An Introduction
Thomas Sikor;Daniel Müller.
World Development (2009)
Green Revolution in Sub-Saharan Africa: Implications of Imposed Innovation for the Wellbeing of Rural Smallholders
Neil Dawson;Adrian Martin;Thomas Sikor.
World Development (2016)
Why May Forest Devolution not Benefit the Rural Poor? Forest Entitlements in Vietnam's Central Highlands
Thomas Sikor;Tan Quang Nguyen.
World Development (2007)
The justices and injustices of ecosystem services.
Taylor and Francis (2013)
Comparing the determinants of cropland abandonment in Albania and Romania using boosted regression trees
Daniel Müller;Daniel Müller;Pedro J. Leitão;Thomas Sikor.
Agricultural Systems (2013)
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