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Mikulcak, F., J.L. Haider, D.J. Abson, J. Newig, J. Fischer. 2015. Applying a capitals approach to understand rural development traps: A case study from post-socialist Romania. Land Use Policy 43: 248–258
Rural development models to date have failed to adequately explain why development stagnates in certain regions, and have often focused on single policy areas. This paper proposes a more holistic approac by combining the concept of traps with the sustainable livelihoods approach, applied to a case study in Central Romania. Based on semi-structured interviews with rural inhabitants from 66 villages in 2012, we analyze the bar...
: West, S., Haider, J., Sinare, H. and Karpouzoglou,T. (2014) Beyond Divides: Prospects for synergy between resilience and pathways approaches to sustainability, STEPS Working Paper 65, Brighton: STEPS Centre
In the context of rapid social, ecological and technological change, there is rising global demand from private, public and civic interests for trans-disciplinary sustainability research. This demand is fuelled by an increasing recognition that transitions toward sustainability require new modes of knowledge production that incorporate social and natural sciences and the humanities. The Social, Technological and Environmental ...
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Sutherland, W., Gardner, T., Haider, J., Dicks, L. 2013. How can local and traditional knowledge be effectively incorporated into international assessments?, Oryx :1-2, doi:10.1017/S0030605313001543
Frederik J.W. van Oudenhoven et L. Jamila Haider, « Imagining alternative futures through the lens of food in the Afghan and Tajik Pamir mountains », Revue d’ethnoécologie [En ligne], 2 | 2012, mis en ligne le 30 avril 2013, consulté le 10 juin 2013. URL : http://ethnoecologie.revues.org/970 ; DOI : 10.4000/ethnoecologie.970
Imagining alternative futures in the Pamir Mountains of Afghanistan and Tajikistan is as difficult as it is necessary. Development efforts in the Pamirs are hampered by i) real and imagined agro-ecological limits, ii) terrific geopolitical, institutional and social challenges, and related to both, iii) a strong lack of imagination. This crisis of imagination partly springs from a narrow reading of history, which obscures muc...
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