Lukas Giessen
Lukas Giessen
Professor, Tropical & International Forest Governance, TU Dresden
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Actor-centred power: The driving force in decentralised community based forest governance
M Krott, A Bader, C Schusser, R Devkota, A Maryudi, L Giessen, ...
Forest policy and economics 49, 34-42, 2014
COVID-19-induced visitor boom reveals the importance of forests as critical infrastructure
J Derks, L Giessen, G Winkel
Forest Policy and Economics 118, 102253, 2020
The fragmented land use administration in Indonesia–Analysing bureaucratic responsibilities influencing tropical rainforest transformation systems
MAK Sahide, L Giessen
Land use policy 43, 96-110, 2015
Decentralisation policy as recentralisation strategy: forest management units and community forestry in Indonesia
MAK Sahide, S Supratman, A Maryudi, YS Kim, L Giessen
International Forestry Review 18 (1), 78-95, 2016
From governance to government: The strengthened role of state bureaucracies in forest and agricultural certification
L Giessen, S Burns, MAK Sahide, A Wibowo
Policy and society 35 (1), 71-89, 2016
Reviewing the main characteristics of the international forest regime complex and partial explanations for its fragmentation
L Giessen
International Forestry Review 15 (1), 60-70, 2013
Absolute and relative power gains among state agencies in forest-related land use politics: The Ministry of Forestry and its competitors in the REDD+ Programme and the One Map …
A Wibowo, L Giessen
Land use policy 49, 131-141, 2015
Assessing forest governance-analytical concepts and their application.
L Giessen, G Buttoud
Forest Policy and Economics 49, 1-71, 2014
Discourse and expertise in forest and environmental governance—An overview
D Kleinschmit, M Böcher, L Giessen
Forest policy and economics 11 (5-6), 309-312, 2009
The empirical visibility of land use conflicts: From latent to manifest conflict through law enforcement in a national park in Indonesia
Y Yusran, MAK Sahide, S Supratman, A Sabar, M Krott, L Giessen
Land use policy 62, 302-315, 2017
Increasing representation of states by utilitarian as compared to environmental bureaucracies in international forest and forest–environmental policy negotiations
L Giessen, M Krott, T Möllmann
Forest Policy and Economics 38, 97-104, 2014
Formal and informal interests of donors to allocate aid: Spending patterns of USAID, GIZ, and EU forest development policy in Bangladesh
MS Rahman, L Giessen
World Development 94, 250-267, 2017
Foreign donors driving policy change in recipient countries: Three decades of development aid towards community-based forest policy in Bangladesh
MS Rahman, MN Sadath, L Giessen
Forest Policy and Economics 68, 39-53, 2016
The regime complex for tropical rainforest transformation: Analysing the relevance of multiple global and regional land use regimes in Indonesia
MAK Sahide, DR Nurrochmat, L Giessen
Land Use Policy 47, 408-425, 2015
Forestry Joining Integrated Programmes? A question of willingness, ability and opportunities
L Giessen, M Krott
Allgemeine Forst-und Jagdzeitung 180 (5-6), 94-100, 2009
Is Indonesia utilising its international partners? The driving forces behind Forest Management Units
MAK Sahide, A Maryudi, S Supratman, L Giessen
Forest Policy and Economics 69, 11-20, 2016
International and domestic sustainable forest management policies: distributive effects on power among state agencies in Bangladesh
L Giessen, PK Sarker, MS Rahman
Sustainability 8 (4), 335, 2016
Framing the tiger—A biodiversity concern in national and international media reporting
N Sadath, D Kleinschmit, L Giessen
Forest Policy and Economics 36, 37-41, 2013
Regional Governance für ländliche Räume–innovativer Ansatz, politischer Gegenwind und der Weg vorwärts
L Giessen
Raumforschung und Raumordnung| Spatial Research and Planning 68 (1), 3-14, 2010
Governance effects on deforestation in the tropics: a review of the evidence
R Fischer, L Giessen, S Günter
Environmental Science & Policy 105, 84-101, 2020
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