Frank Matose
Frank Matose
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Cape Town
E-mail megerősítve itt: uct.ac.za
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Challenges to proponents of common property recource systems: Despairing voices from the social forests of Zimbabwe
B Campbell, A Mandondo, N Nemarundwe, B Sithole, W De Jong, ...
World development 29 (4), 589-600, 2001
Integrating poverty and environmental concerns into value‐chain analysis: a strategic framework and practical guide
L Riisgaard, S Bolwig, S Ponte, A Du Toit, N Halberg, F Matose
Development policy review 28 (2), 195-216, 2010
Local woodland management: constraints and opportunities for sustainable resource use
I Scoones, F Matose
World Bank Technical Paper, 157-157, 1993
Co-management options for reserved forests in Zimbabwe and beyond: policy implications of forest management strategies
F Matose
Forest Policy and Economics 8 (4), 363-374, 2006
Tree and woodland resources-the technical practices of small-scale farmers
B Campbell, I Grundy, F Matose
World Bank Technical Paper, 29-29, 1993
A strategic framework and toolbox for Action Research with small producers in value chains
L Riisgaard, S Bolwig, F Matose, S Ponte, A Du Toit, N Halberg
DIIS working paper, 2008
Institutional arrangements governing natural resource management of the miombo woodland
D Kayambazinthu, F Matose, G Kajembe, N Nemarundwe
Policies and governance structures in woodlands of Southern Africa, 45-64, 2003
Institutional arrangements governing the use and management of miombo woodlands
F Matose, L Wily
CIFOR, 1996
Teaching the environmental humanities: International perspectives and practices
E o’gorman, T Van Dooren, U Münster, J Adamson, C Mauch, S Sörlin, ...
Environmental Humanities 11 (2), 427-460, 2019
Forum Moving to Local Control of Woodland Resources-Can CAMPFIRE Go Beyond the Mega-Fauna?
B Campbell, N Byron, P Hobane, E Madzudzo, F Matose, L Wily
Society & Natural Resources 12 (5), 501-509, 1999
Local-level economic valuation of savanna woodland resources: village cases from Zimbabwe
B Campbell, J Clarke, M Luckert
International Institute for Environment and Development, 1995
Conflicts around forest reserves in Zimbabwe: what prospects for community management?
F Matose
IDS Bulletin 28 (4), 69-78, 1997
Local people and reserved forests in Zimbabwe: what prospects for co-management?
FM Matose
University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, GB, 2002
Towards community-based forest management of miombo woodlands in Mozambique
A Salomão, F Matose
Managing the Miombo woodlands of Southern Africa, 1-36, 2007
Local people's uses and perceptions of forest resources: an analysis of a state property regime in Zimbabwe
FM Matose
Institutional configurations around forest reserves in Zimbabwe: the challenge of nested institutions for resource management
F Matose
Local Environment 13 (5), 393-404, 2008
Rural people's knowledge and extension practice: trees, people and communities in Zimbabwe's communal lands
F Matose, B Mukamuri
IIED Sustainable Agricultural Programme Research Series 1 (2), 38-45, 1993
Towards community-based forest management in Southern Africa: do decentralization experiments work for local livelihoods?
F Matose, S Watts
Environmental Conservation 37 (3), 310-319, 2010
Governance of the commons in southern Africa: knowledge, political economy and power
M Hara, S Turner, T Haller, F Matose
Development Southern Africa 26 (4), 521-537, 2009
Villagers as woodland managers
F Matose
Forestry Research in Zimbabwe. Forestry Commission, Harare, 1992
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