We have compiled an initial set of studies across multiple methods and geographies that help to set the terms of future editions. We examine: historical political ecologies of land use around opium cultivation in Thailand; emerging governance regimes of corporate social responsibility in Myanmar; the capacity of new state institutions to manage land conflict in Indonesia; forest harvesting and management in a mangrove forest in Malaysia; and, an economic valuation of non-timber forest products in a national park in Indonesia. There is much to choose from and much more to delve into that. We hope that this issue serves as an impetus to engage in these timely themes and further encourages new ideas for submissions.

Published: Apr 27, 2017

Forest and Society: Initiating a Southeast Asia Journal for Theoretical, Empirical, and Regional Scholarship

Apr 27, 2017
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Micah Fisher, Ahmad Maryudi, Muhammad Alif K. Sahide
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