The International Forestry Review

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  • 2022 Journal Article
    ​ ​Comparing the performance of state forest enterprises in Czech and Slovak Republics with a focus on concessions​
    Krykorková, J.; Báliková, K.; Šálka, J.; Surový, P.; Krott, M.   & Stevanov, M. Z.​ (2022) 
    International Forestry Review24(2) pp. 175​-196​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2021 Journal Article | Research Paper
    ​ ​Forest set-aside policy for International biodiversity targets? Obstructive bureaucratic territoriality in Germany and Sweden​
    Logmani-Aßmann, J.; Lindahl, K. B.; Krott, M.; Burns, S. L. & Giessen, L.​ (2021) 
    The International Forestry Review23(4) pp. 448​-461​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2021 Journal Article
    ​ ​The politics of forest governance failure in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): lessons from 35 years of political rivalries​
    Majambu, E.; Demaze, M. T. & Ongolo, S.​ (2021) 
    International Forestry Review23(3) pp. 321​-337​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2020 Journal Article
    ​ ​Identifying relevant international forest regimes for South Korea based on their issues​
    Kim, H.; Kang, H.; Choi, S. & Jeon, S.​ (2020) 
    The International Forestry Review22(4) pp. 438​-448​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2020 Journal Article
    ​ ​The governance of global forest statistics: case study on forest products trade between Sub-Saharan Africa and China​
    Zhao, Y.; Krott, Y. & Ongolo, S.​ (2020) 
    International Forestry Review22(3) pp. 408​-424​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2020 Journal Article
    ​ ​Integrating forest science into natural hazard management praxis: an international case study based on the innovative RIU approach​
    Kirchner, M. & Krott, M. ​ (2020) 
    International Forestry Review22(4) pp. 449​-463​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2019 Journal Article
    ​ ​Why do logging companies adopt or reject forest certification in the Congo basin? Insights from Cameroon​
    NDOUMBE BEROCK, I. & ONGOLO, S.​ (2019) 
    International Forestry Review21(3) pp. 341​-349​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2017 Journal Article
    ​ ​Empowering state agencies through national and international community forestry policies in Bangladesh​
    Sarker, P. K.; Rahman, M. S. & Giessen, L. ​ (2017) 
    International Forestry Review19(1) pp. 79​-101​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2016 Journal Article
    ​ ​Strategic options for state forest institutions in Poland: evaluation by the 3L Model and ways ahead​
    Chudy, R.; Stevanov, M. & Krott, M. ​ (2016) 
    The International Forestry Review18(4) pp. 387​-411​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2016 Journal Article
    ​ ​Decentralisation policy as recentralisation strategy: forest management units and community forestry in Indonesia​
    Sahide, M.; Supratman, S.; Maryudi, A.; Kim, Y.-S. & Giessen, L. ​ (2016) 
    The International Forestry Review18(1) pp. 78​-95​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2015 Journal Article
    ​ ​Opportunities, constraints and perceptions of rural communities regarding their potential to contribute to forest landscape transitions under REDD plus : case studies from Mexico​
    Skutsch, M.; Borrego, A.; Morales-Barquero, L.; Paneque-Galvez, J.; Salinas-Melgoza, M.; Ramirez, M. I. & Perez-Salicrup, D. et al.​ (2015) 
    The International Forestry Review17 pp. 65​-84​.​
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  • 2015 Journal Article
    ​ ​Between Land Sharing and Land Sparing - What Role Remains for Forest Management and Conservation?​
    Paul, C.   & Knoke, T.​ (2015) 
    The International Forestry Review17(2) pp. 210​-230​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2015 Journal Article
    ​ ​Considerations on capacity building for national forest assessments in developing countries – with a case study of India​
    Tewari, V. P. & Kleinn, C. ​ (2015) 
    The International Forestry Review17(2) pp. 244​-254​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2014 Journal Article
    ​ ​Horizontal and vertical fragmentation of the international forest regime: (in)effective for whom?​
    Giessen, L.​ (2014) 
    The International Forestry Review16(5) pp. 90​.​
  • 2014 Journal Article
    ​ ​A comparative study of international forest policy issues in Germany, Poland and Sweden​
    Logmani, J.​ (2014) 
    The International Forestry Review16(5) pp. 91​.​
  • 2014 Journal Article
    ​ ​User-oriented national forest monitoring planning: a contribution to more policy relevant forest information provision​
    Arnold, F. E.; Rametsteiner, E. & Kleinn, C. ​ (2014) 
    The International Forestry Review16(4) pp. 389​-404​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2014 Journal Article
    ​ ​Mapping international forest-related issues and main actors' positions in Bangladesh​
    Rahman, M. A. & Giessen, L.​ (2014) 
    The International Forestry Review16(6) pp. 586​-601​.​
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  • 2014 Journal Article
    ​ ​How forests foster human health - Present state of research-based knowledge (in the field of Forests and Human Health)​
    Meyer, K. & Buerger-Arndt, R. ​ (2014) 
    The International Forestry Review16(4) pp. 421​-446​.​
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  • 2013 Journal Article
    ​ ​Measuring the success of state forest institutions through the example of Serbia and Croatia​
    Stevanov, M. & Krott, M. ​ (2013) 
    The International Forestry Review15(3) pp. 368​-386​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2013 Journal Article
    ​ ​Reviewing the main characteristics of the international forest regime complex and partial explanations for its fragmentation​
    Giessen, L.​ (2013) 
    The International Forestry Review15(1) pp. 60​-70​.​
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  • 2003 Journal Article
    ​ ​Introducing Boswellia papyrifera (Del.) Hochst and its non-timber forest product, frankincense​
    Gebrehiwot, K.; Muys, B.; Haile, M. & Mitloehner, R.​ (2003) 
    The International Forestry Review5(4) pp. 348​-353​.​ DOI: 
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