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Approaches to benefit sharing: A preliminary comparative analysis of 13 REDD+ countries
PT Thuy, M Brockhaus, G Wong, JS Tjajadi, L Loft, C Luttrell, SA Mvondo
CIFOR, 2013
REDD+, transformational change and the promise of performance-based payments: a qualitative comparative analysis
M Brockhaus, K Korhonen-Kurki, J Sehring, M Di Gregorio, ...
Climate Policy 17 (6), 708-730, 2017
Impacts of international timber procurement policies on Central Africa's forestry sector: The case of Cameroon
RE Atyi, S Assembe-Mvondo, G Lescuyer, P Cerutti
Forest policy and economics 32, 40-48, 2013
Is China unique? Exploring the behaviour of Chinese and European firms in the Cameroonian logging sector
PO Cerutti, S Assembe-Mvondo, L German, L Putzel
International Forestry Review 13 (1), 23-34, 2011
The challenges of redistributing forest-related monetary benefits to local governments: a decade of logging area fees in Cameroon
PO Cerutti, G Lescuyer, S Assembe-Mvondo, L Tacconi
International Forestry Review 12 (2), 130-138, 2010
Narratives in REDD+ benefit sharing: examining evidence within and beyond the forest sector
GY Wong, C Luttrell, L Loft, A Yang, TT Pham, D Naito, ...
Climate Policy 19 (8), 1038-1051, 2019
Logging concessions and local livelihoods in Cameroon: from indifference to alliance?
G Lescuyer, SA Mvondo, JN Essoungou, V Toison, JF Trébuchon, ...
Ecology and Society 17 (1), 2012
Decentralized forest resources and access of minorities to environmental justice: an analysis of the case of the Baka in southern Cameroon
S Assembe Mvondo
International journal of environmental studies 63 (5), 681-689, 2006
Core components of the international forest regime complex.
P Glück, A Angelsen, M Appelstrand, S Assembe-Mvondo, G Auld, K Hogl, ...
IUFRO World Series 28, 37-55, 2010
What drives policy change for REDD+? A qualitative comparative analysis of the interplay between institutional and policy arena factors
K Korhonen-Kurki, M Brockhaus, J Sehring, M Di Gregorio, ...
Climate Policy 19 (3), 315-328, 2019
Lessons for REDD+ from Cameroon’s past forestry law reform: a political economy analysis
GP Dkamela, M Brockhaus, FK Djiegni, J Schure, SA Mvondo
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
Taking stock of carbon rights in REDD+ candidate countries: Concept meets reality
L Loft, A Ravikumar, MF Gebara, TT Pham, IAP Resosudarmo, ...
Forests 6 (4), 1031-1060, 2015
Forestry income management and poverty reduction: empirical findings from Kongo, Cameroon
SA Mvondo
Development in practice 16 (1), 68-73, 2006
Assessment of the effectiveness, efficiency and equity of benefit-sharing schemes under large-scale agriculture: Lessons from land fees in Cameroon
S Assembe-Mvondo, M Brockhaus, G Lescuyer
The European Journal of Development Research 25, 641-656, 2013
Chinese trade and investment and the forests of the Congo Basin: Synthesis of scoping studies in Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo and Gabon
L Putzel, S Assembe-Mvondo, LBB Ndong, RP Banioguila, P Cerutti, ...
CIFOR, 2011
The context of REDD+ in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Drivers, agents and institutions
AM Mpoyi, FB Nyamwoga, FM Kabamba, S Assembe-Mvondo
CIFOR, 2013
Decentralisation des Resssources Forestieres et Justice Environnementale: Analyse des Evidences Empiriques du Sud-Cameroun
SA Mvondo
Law Env't & Dev. J. 1, 35, 2005
An assessment of social negotiation as a tool of local management: A case study of the Dimako council forest, Cameroon
SA Mvondo, PR Oyono
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 19 (S4), 78-84, 2004
Review of the legal ownership status of national lands in Cameroon: A more nuanced view
S Assembe-Mvondo, CJP Colfer, M Brockhaus, R Tsanga
Development Studies Research. An Open Access Journal 1 (1), 148-160, 2014
Les régimes fonciers et la mise en œuvre de la REDD+ en Afrique centrale
A Karsenty, S Assembe
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