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Illegal Logging in the Tropics, Strategies for Cutting Crime - Ramsay M Ravenel Ravenel, Ramsay M Ilmi M E Granoff E Granoff, Ilmi M Carrie A Magee Magee, Carrie A
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[EAN: 9781560221166], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(CRC Press)], Business & Economics|Business Ethics, Examine why illegal logging is so pervasiveand how this problem can be addressed In March 2002, the Yale chapter of the International Society of Tropical Foresters brought together social and natural scientists, resource managers, policymakers, community leaders, and other interested parties to share experiences, strategies, successes, and failures in addressing illegal logging and corruption. The results were the conference Illegal Logging in Tropical Forests: Ecology, Economics, and Politics of Resource Misuse and this book, which brings together analyses from the perspectives, of anthropology, economics, forestry, law, political science, and sociology. Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime suggests specific policy interventions aimed at curbing illegal logging and identifying solutions to forest crime. It presents both thematic analyses of illegal logging at the global level and case studies on both the local and national levels in African, Latin American, and Asian countries. The contributors draw on their experiences in Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and Vietnam. Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime examines: global governancewith a cross-country regression analysis of deforestation and various aspects of governance global forest tradewith extensive reviews of data on global trade in forest products community perspectives on illegal loggingincluding a system dynamics model of villagers willingness to log, a description of community involvement in broader networks of illegal trade, and a chapter that challenges the credibility of illegality as defined by a corrupt government or agency the efforts of NGOs to combat illegal logging how illegal logging is typically symptomatic of broader failures of governance Specific chapters in Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime investigate: the role of monitoring in cutting forest crime whether illegal logging is better combated via law enforcement or by local communitieswith pros and cons for each approach the proximate causes of illegal logging, including access to forests and equipment, and economic factors the efforts of Transparency Internationala widely lauded organization combating corruptionto address illegal logging at the international policy level In addition, this valuable resource provides you with an essential overview of the literature on illegal logging, an in-depth analysis of the incentive structures that bring local residents to commit forest crimes, and a great deal more. Let Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime be your guide to the intricacies of this increasingly urgent issue. Preface (Francis E. Putz) Acknowledgments INTRODUCTION Introduction to Illegal Logging in the Tropics (Ramsay M. Ravenel and Ilmi M. E. Granoff) PROBLEM DESCRIPTION Undercutting Sustainability: The Global Problem of Illegal Logging and Trade (Wynet Smith) THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING FOREST GOVERNANCE A System Dynamics Examination of the Willingness of Villagers to Engage in Illegal Logging (Richard G. Dudley) Does Improved Governance Contribute To Sustainable Forest Management? (Nalin Kishor and Arati Belle) Illegal Logging and Local Democracy: Between Communitarianism and Legal Fetishism (Antonio Azuela) You Say Illegal, I Say Legal: The Relationship Between Illegal Logging and Land Tenure, Poverty, and Forest Use Rights in Vietnam (Pamela McElwee) Can Legalization of Illegal Forest Activities Reduce Illegal Logging? Lessons from East Kalimantan (Luca Tacconi, Krystof Obidzinski, Joyotee Smith, Subarudi, and Iman Suramenggala) CASE STUDIES Social and Environmental Costs of Illegal Logging in a Forest Management Unit in Eastern Cameroon (Philippe Auzel, Fousseni Feteke, Timothe Fomete, Samuel Nguiffo, and Robinson Djeukam) Recent Trends in Illegal Logging and a Brief Discussion of Their Causes: A Case Study from Gunung Palung National Park, Indonesia (Marc A. Hiller,

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[EAN: 9781560221166], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor Francis Ltd, United Kingdom], Brand New Book with Free Worldwide Delivery. Examine why illegal logging is so pervasive and how this problem can be addressed In March 2002, the Yale chapter of the International Society of Tropical Foresters brought together social and natural scientists, resource managers, policymakers, community leaders, and other interested parties to share experiences, strategies, successes, and failures in addressing illegal logging and corruption. The results were the conference Illegal Logging in Tropical Forests: Ecology, Economics, and Politics of Resource Misuse and this book, which brings together analyses from the perspectives, of anthropology, economics, forestry, law, political science, and sociology. Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime suggests specific policy interventions aimed at curbing illegal logging and identifying solutions to forest crime. It presents both thematic analyses of illegal logging at the global level and case studies on both the local and national levels in African, Latin American, and Asian countries. The contributors draw on their experiences in Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and Vietnam.Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime examines: global governance with a cross-country regression analysis of deforestation and various aspects of governance global forest trade with extensive reviews of data on global trade in forest products community perspectives on illegal logging including a system dynamics model of villagers' willingness to log, a description of community involvement in broader networks of illegal trade, and a chapter that challenges the credibility of illegality as defined by a corrupt government or agency the efforts of NGOs to combat illegal logging how illegal logging is typically symptomatic of broader failures of governance Specific chapters in Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime investigate: the role of monitoring in cutting forest crime whether illegal logging is better combated via law enforcement or by local communities with pros and cons for each approach the proximate causes of illegal logging, including access to forests and equipment, and economic factors the efforts of Transparency International a widely lauded organization combating corruption to address illegal logging at the international policy level In addition, this valuable resource provides you with an essential overview of the literature on illegal logging, an in-depth analysis of the incentive structures that bring local residents to commit forest crimes, and a great deal more.Let Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime be your guide to the intricacies of this increasingly urgent issue.

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Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime
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Ravenel, Ramsay M.; E. Granoff, ILMI M.; Magee, Carrie A.

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Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime

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9781560221166

This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing forest crime, providing a theoretical foundation for understanding the problem as well as basic statistical analyses and practical policy prescriptions. It suggests specific policy interventions aimed at curbing illegal logging and identifying solutions to forest crime. You'll find thematic analyses of illegal logging at the global level as well as case studies from both the local and national levels in African, Latin American, and Asian countries.

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