Gustavo A García-López
Gustavo A García-López
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Planning, University of Puerto Rico- Rio Piedras
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Participatory processes in the soy conflicts in Paraguay and Argentina
GA García-López, N Arizpe
Ecological Economics 70 (2), 196-206, 2010
Governing large-scale social-ecological systems: lessons from five cases
F Fleischman, N Ban, L Evans, G Epstein, G Garcia-Lopez, ...
International Journal of the Commons 8 (2), 2014
Disturbance, response, and persistence in self-organized forested communities: analysis of robustness and resilience in five communities in southern Indiana
FD Fleischman, K Boenning, GA Garcia-Lopez, S Mincey, ...
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 2010
Synthesizing theories of natural resource management and governance
M Cox, S Villamayor-Tomas, G Epstein, L Evans, NC Ban, F Fleischman, ...
Global Environmental Change 39, 45-56, 2016
Thinking the commons through Ostrom and Butler: Boundedness and vulnerability
I Velicu, G García-López
Theory, Culture & Society 35 (6), 55-73, 2018
The multiple layers of environmental injustice in contexts of (un) natural disasters: The case of Puerto Rico post-Hurricane Maria
GA García-López
Environmental Justice 11 (3), 101-108, 2018
Rethinking power and institutions in the shadows of neoliberalism:(An introduction to a special issue of World Development)
P Kashwan, LM MacLean, GA García-López
World Development 120, 133-146, 2019
Performing counter-hegemonic common (s) senses: Rearticulating democracy, community and forests in Puerto Rico
GA García López, I Velicu, G D’Alisa
Capitalism Nature Socialism 28 (3), 88-107, 2017
Social movements as key actors in governing the commons: Evidence from community-based resource management cases across the world
S Villamayor-Tomas, G García-López
Global environmental change 53, 114-126, 2018
Scaling up from the grassroots and the top down: The impacts of multi-level governance on community forestry in Durango, Mexico
G García-López
International Journal of the Commons 7 (2), 2013
Rethinking elite persistence in neoliberalism: Foresters and techno-bureaucratic logics in Mexico’s community forestry
GA García-López
World development 120, 169-181, 2019
Evaluating the utility of common-pool resource theory for understanding forest governance and outcomes in Indonesia between 1965 and 2012
F Fleischman, B Loken, G Garcia-Lopez, S Villamayor-Tomas
International Journal of the Commons 8 (2), 2014
Polycentric struggles: The experience of the global climate justice movement
F Tormos‐Aponte, GA García‐López
Environmental policy and governance 28 (4), 284-294, 2018
The influence of community-based resource management institutions on adaptation capacity: A large-n study of farmer responses to climate and global market disturbances
S Villamayor-Tomas, G García-López
Global Environmental Change 47, 153-166, 2017
Between grassroots collective action and state mandates: The hybridity of multi-level forest associations in Mexico
GA Garcia-Lopez, C Antinori
Conservation and Society 16 (2), 193-204, 2018
Cross-scale linkages in common-pool resource management: the evolution of forest associations in the Mexican forest commons
C Antinori, GA Garcia-López
12th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of …, 2008
Understanding the context of multifaceted collaborations for social-ecological sustainability: a methodology for cross-case analysis
J Cockburn, M Schoon, G Cundill, C Robinson, JA Aburto, SM Alexander, ...
Ecology and Society 25, 2020
Reflections on disaster colonialism: Response to Yarimar Bonilla's ‘The wait of disaster’
GA García López
Political Geography, 102170, 2020
Scaling up from the top down and the bottom up: The impacts and governance of inter-community forest associations in Durango, Mexico
GAG López
Indiana University, 2012
Elite capture, elite persistence and conflict in cross-scale linkages in the Mexican forest commons
GA García-López
Ostrom Workshop, viewed 31, 2018
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