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For analyzing conflict between two large open countries over external territories rich in natural resources, we develop a game-theoretic model of trade under resource appropriation possibilities. We show that greater trade openness (by lowering trade costs) reduces the overall intensity of arming when the adversary countries are symmetric in all dimensions.

By Quentin Gausset, Michael A. Whyte, Torben Birch-Thomsen. Beyond Territory and Scarcity: Exploring Conflicts over Natural Resource Management. At the seminar 11 papers were presented and nine are published in this volume.

Beyond territory and scarcity: Exploring conflicts over natural resource management. Q Gausset, MA Whyte, T Birch-Thomsen. Nordic Africa Institute, 2005. Continuity and change: spatiotemporal land use dynamics on Bellona Island, Solomon Islands. T BirchThomsen, A Reenberg, O Mertz, B Fog. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 31 (1), 27-40, 2010.

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Personal Name: Birch-Thomsen, Torben. Rubrics: Natural resources Management Philosophy Africa Conservation of natural resources Social aspects Sustainable development Malthusianism. ISBN: 0821114069 Author: Oliver, Donald W. Publication & Distribution: Berkeley, Calif.

Geography & Environment - Quentin Gausset, Michael A. White, and Torben Birch-Thomsen, eds. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 2005.

Resource-based conflict constitutes one of the most serious challenges facing many .

Resource-based conflict constitutes one of the most serious challenges facing many regions in Sudan. Looks at why conflicts over resources in the Sudan have taken on an ugly identity politics. Beyond Territory and Scarcity: Exploring conflict over natural resource management, Uppsala: The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. McCown, RL et al. (1979) ‘Interaction between cultivation and livestock production in southern Africa’, in .

Thematic specialisation: Environmental anthropology, natural resource . Beyond territory and scarcity: Exploring conflicts over natural resource management

Beyond territory and scarcity: Exploring conflicts over natural resource management. Gausset, Q. (e., Whyte, M. & Birch-Thomsen, T., 2005, Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet. Foreword 2 Gausset, Quentin, Michael Anthony Whyte, and Torben Birch-­Thomsen, eds. 3 Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Michael Watts, eds. Violent environments. Cornell University Press, 2001.

Beyond Territory and Scarcity: Exploring Conflicts over Natural Resource Management, eds. Quentin Gausset, Michael A. Whyte and Torben Birch-Thomsen (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Uppsala, Sweden, 2005; 218 pp; pb SEK220, €22, £2. 5)

Beyond Territory and Scarcity: Exploring Conflicts over Natural Resource Management, eds. 5). An Economic Blueprint for Ghana by . The Roots of the Military-Political Crises in Côte d’Ivoire by Francis Akindès (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Uppsala, Sweden, 2004; 46 pp; SEK90, €9). Structural Adjustment: The SAPRI Report.

The attainment of sound and sustainable environmental management is one of humanity's greatest challenges this century, particularly in Africa, which is still heavily dependent on the exploitation of natural and agricultural resources and is faced with rapid population growth. Yet, this challenge should not be reduced to Malthusian parameters and the simple question of population growth and failing resources.In this volume, ten anthropologists and geographers critically address traditional Malthusian discourses in essays that attempt to move "beyond territory and scarcity" by:- Exploring alternatives to the strong natural determinism that reduces natural resource management to questions of territory and scarcity.- Presenting material and methodologies that explore the different contexts in which social and cultural values intervene, and discovering more than "rational choice" in the agency of individuals.- Examining the relevance of the different conceptions of territory for the ways in which people manage, or attempt to manage, natural resources.- Placing their research within the framework of the developing discussion on policy and politics in natural resource management.The studies are drawn from a range of sub-Saharan African countries: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Lesotho, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, and Sudan.
Beyond Territory and Scarcity: Exploring Conflicts over Natural Resource Management download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Quentin Gausset,Michael Whyte,Torben Birch-Thomsen
ISBN: 9171065407
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Nordic Africa Institute (July 2005)
Pages: 218 pages