Ahmad Maryudi
Ahmad Maryudi
Professor, Forest Policy & Governance, Sebijak Institute, Universitas Gadjah Mada
Email yang diverifikasi di ugm.ac.id - Beranda
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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
Back to basics: Considerations in evaluating the outcomes of community forestry
A Maryudi, RR Devkota, C Schusser, C Yufanyi, M Salla, H Aurenhammer, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 14 (1), 1-5, 2012
Law enforcement and deforestation: Lessons for Indonesia from Brazil
L Tacconi, RJ Rodrigues, A Maryudi
Forest Policy and Economics, 101943, 2019
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
Powerful stakeholders as drivers of community forestry—Results of an international study
C Schusser, M Krott, MCY Movuh, J Logmani, RR Devkota, A Maryudi, ...
Forest policy and Economics 58, 92-101, 2015
Development narratives, notions of forest crisis, and boom of oil palm plantations in Indonesia
A Susanti, A Maryudi
Forest policy and economics 73, 130-139, 2016
Conversion of forests into oil palm plantations in West Kalimantan, Indonesia: Insights from actors' power and its dynamics
D Prabowo, A Maryudi, Senawi, MA Imron
Forest Policy and Economics 78, 32-39, 2017
Claiming the forest: Inclusions and exclusions under Indonesia's ‘new’ forest policies on customary forests
R Myers, D Intarini, MT Sirait, A Maryudi
Land Use Policy 66, 205-213, 2017
Opposing interests in the legalization of non-procedural forest conversion to oil palm in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
EN Setiawan, A Maryudi, RH Purwanto, G Lele
Land use policy 58, 472-481, 2016
Choosing timber legality verification as a policy instrument to combat illegal logging in Indonesia
A Maryudi
Forest Policy and Economics 68, 99-104, 2016
Comparing community forestry actors in cameroon, indonesia, namibia, nepal and germany
C Schusser, M Krott, MCY Movuh, J Logmani, RR Devkota, A Maryudi, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 68, 81-87, 2016
The contesting aspirations in the forests: Actors, interests and power in community forestry in Java, Indonesia
A Maryudi
Actors Interests and Power in Community Forestry in Java, Indonesia …, 2011
The emerging power of peasant farmers in the tenurial conflicts over the uses of state forestland in Central Java, Indonesia
A Maryudi, ER Citraningtyas, RH Purwanto, R Sadono, P Suryanto, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 67, 70-75, 2016
Camouflaging economic development agendas with forest conservation narratives: A strategy of lower governments for gaining authority in the re-centralising Indonesia
SM Fatem, SA Awang, S Pudyatmoko, MAK Sahide, AA Pratama, ...
Land use policy 78, 699-710, 2018
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
Research trend: Power analyses in polycentric and multi-level forest governance
A Maryudi, MAK Sahide
Forest Policy and Economics 81 (C), 65-68, 2017
Complex regulatory frameworks governing private smallholder tree plantations in Gunungkidul District, Indonesia
A Maryudi, AA Nawir, DB Permadi, RH Purwanto, D Pratiwi, A Syofi'i, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 59, 1-6, 2015
Deadlock opportunism in contesting conservation areas in Indonesia
MAK Sahide, MR Fisher, A Maryudi, A Dhiaulhaq, C Wulandari, YS Kim, ...
Land use policy 77, 412-424, 2018
Renting legality: How FLEGT is reinforcing power relations in Indonesian furniture production networks
A Maryudi, R Myers
Geoforum 97, 46-53, 2018
Examination of the influences of global forest governance arrangements at the domestic level
S Bernstein, B Cashore, REA Atyi, A Maryudi, K McGinley, T Cadman, ...
IUFRO World Series 28, 111-135, 2010
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