- Baral, S. Meilby, H, Chettri, B.B.K. 2019. The Contested Role of Management Plans in Improving Forest Conditions in Nepal's Community Forests. International Forestry Review 21(1):37-50
- Rutt, R.L. and Wagner, M. 2019. Michigan Sustainability Case: Struggles over Science: What Is the Role for Science in Community Forestry in Nepal? Sustainability The Journal of Record 12(1). See also the online learning case on scientific forestry in Nepal that is reported in the article, and which features research by SCIFOR PIs.
- Basnyat, B., Treue, T. and R. K. Pokharel 2018. Silvicultural madness: a case from the “Scientific Forestry” initiative in the community forests of Nepal. Banko Janakari Special Issue 4:54-64.
- Lund, J. F., Amanzi, N. S., Baral, S., Basnyat, B., Chhetri, B. B. K., Eilenberg, M., Hansen, C. P., Lund, C., Mbeyale, G., Meilby, H., Ngaga, Y. M., Pokharel, R. K., Rayamajhi, S., Sungusia, E., Treue, T. 2019. Towards participatory forestry. Policy Brief. Copenhagen Centre for Development Research.
- Lund, J.F., R.L. Rutt and J. Ribot 2018. Trends in research on forestry decentralization policies. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 32:17–22.
- Lund, J.F. and Bluwstein, J. 2018. When conservation research goes awry: a reply to Mascia and Mills (2018). Conservation Letters 11:3
- Brehoney, P., Bluwstein, J, Lund, J.F. and Tyler, P. 2018. Bringing back complex socio-ecological realities to the study of CBNRM impacts: A reply to Lee and Bond (2018). Jounal of Mammalogy.
- Basnyat, B., Treue, T., Pokharel, R.K., Lamsal, L.N., Rayamajhi, S. 2018. Legal-sounding bureaucratic re-centralisation of community forestry in Nepal. For. Policy Econ. 91:5-18.
- Baral, S. Meilby, H, Chettri, B.B.K., Basnyat, B., Rayamajhi, S., Awale, S. 2018. Politics of getting the numbers right: Community forest inventory of Nepal. For. Policy Econ. 91:19-26.
- Hansen, C.P. and J.F. Lund 2017. Imagined forestry: the history of the scientific management of Ghana’s High Forest Zone. Environment and History 23:3–38.
- Lund, J.F., Mabele, M.B., Sungusia, E and A. Scheba. Promising change, delivering continuity: REDD+ as conservation fad. World Development 89:124-139
- Sungusia, E. and J.F. Lund 2016. Against all policies: landscape-level forest restoration in Tanzania. World Development Perspectives 3:35–37
SCIFOR researchers in 2015 published a special issue in the journal Forest Policy and Economics entitled Participatory forestry: professionalization, power and science. The articles featured therein comprise those listed here below. The special issue is described in a policy brief that can be found under ‘Other publications’.
- Lund, J.F. 2015. Paradoxes of participation: the logic of professionalization in participatory forestry. Forest Policy and Economics 60:1-6.
- Scheba, A. and Mustalahti, I. Rethinking ‘expert’ knowledge in community forest management in Tanzania. Forest Policy and Economics 60:7-18.
- Faye, P. Choice and power: Resistance to technical domination in Senegal’s forest decentralization. Forest Policy and Economics 60:19-26.
- Green, K. and J.F. Lund 2015. The politics of expertise in participatory forestry: a case from Tanzania. Forest Policy and Economics 60:27-34.
- Toft, M.N.J., Adeyeye, Y. and Lund, J.F. 2015. The use and usefulness of inventory-based management planning to forest management: Evidence from community forestry in Nepal. Forest Policy and Economics 60:35-49.
- Rutt, R., B.B.K. Chhetri, R. Pokharel, S. Rayamahji, K. Tiwari and T. Treue. The scientific framing of forestry decentralization in Nepal. Forest Policy and Economics 60:50-61.
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