Jessica de Koning 2014 Society and Natural Resources Abstract Community forest management in the Amazon has been subject to institutional changes because of a shift from government to governance. Although these changes aim to create opportunities for local communities, the… Read More »Unpredictable Outcomes in Forestry—Governance Institutions in Practice
Jessica de Koning and Charlotte Benneker, 2013, In: Arts, B., Behagel, J., Bommel, S. van, Koning, J. de, Turnhout, E. Forest and nature governance: a practice based approach. Dordrecht: Springer. Academics and policy makers often analyse the role of institutions… Read More »Bricolage practices in local forestry
Jessica de Koning and Frances Cleaver, 2012, In: Arts, B.J.M., S. van Bommel, M.A.F. Ros-Tonen, G.M. Verschoor (eds.) Forest people interfaces; Understanding community forestry and biocultural diversity. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers This book chapter outlines the concept of institutional bricolage… Read More »Institutional bricolage in community forestry: an agenda for future research
Jessica de Koning 2011 Abstract This thesis aims at identifying the different kinds of institutional influences on forest practices of small farmers in the Amazon region of Ecuador and Bolivia and how small farmers respond to them. It departs from… Read More »Reshaping institutions: bricolage processes in smallholder forestry in the Amazon.