Johan Oldekop
Johan Oldekop
Global Development Institute
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A global assessment of the social and conservation outcomes of protected areas
JA Oldekop, G Holmes, WE Harris, KL Evans
Conservation Biology 30 (1), 133-141, 2016
COVID-19 and the case for global development
JA Oldekop, R Horner, D Hulme, R Adhikari, B Agarwal, M Alford, ...
World development 134, 105044, 2020
Reductions in deforestation and poverty from decentralized forest management in Nepal
JA Oldekop, KRE Sims, BK Karna, MJ Whittingham, A Agrawal
Nature sustainability 2 (5), 421-428, 2019
Global forest restoration and the importance of prioritizing local communities
JT Erbaugh, N Pradhan, J Adams, JA Oldekop, A Agrawal, D Brockington, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (11), 1472-1476, 2020
Peer assessment of oral presentations: effects of student gender, university affiliation and participation in the development of assessment criteria
AM Langan*, CP Wheater, EM Shaw, BJ Haines, WR Cullen, JC Boyle, ...
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 30 (1), 21-34, 2005
Statistical matching for conservation science
J Schleicher, J Eklund, M D. Barnes, J Geldmann, JA Oldekop, JPG Jones
Conservation Biology 34 (3), 538-549, 2020
A global analysis of the social and environmental outcomes of community forests
R Hajjar, JA Oldekop, P Cronkleton, P Newton, AJM Russell, W Zhou
Nature Sustainability 4 (3), 216-224, 2021
Forest landscape restoration for livelihoods and well-being
JT Erbaugh, JA Oldekop
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 32, 76-83, 2018
Bridging the practitioner-researcher divide: Indicators to track environmental, economic, and sociocultural sustainability of agricultural commodity production
LV Rasmussen, R Bierbaum, JA Oldekop, A Agrawal
Global Environmental Change 42, 33-46, 2017
The number and spatial distribution of forest-proximate people globally
P Newton, AT Kinzer, DC Miller, JA Oldekop, A Agrawal
One Earth 3 (3), 363-370, 2020
100 key research questions for the post‐2015 development agenda
JA Oldekop, LB Fontana, J Grugel, N Roughton, EA Adu‐Ampong, ...
Development Policy Review 34 (1), 55-82, 2016
An upside to globalization: International outmigration drives reforestation in Nepal
JA Oldekop, KRE Sims, MJ Whittingham, A Agrawal
Global Environmental Change 52, 66-74, 2018
Forest-linked livelihoods in a globalized world
JA Oldekop, LV Rasmussen, A Agrawal, AJ Bebbington, P Meyfroidt, ...
Nature Plants 6 (12), 1400-1407, 2020
The data not collected on community forestry
R Hajjar, JA Oldekop, P Cronkleton, E Etue, P Newton, AJM Russel, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1357-1362, 2016
Impact of protected areas on poverty, extreme poverty, and inequality in Nepal
B den Braber, KL Evans, JA Oldekop
Conservation Letters 11 (6), e12576, 2018
Understanding the lessons and limitations of conservation and development
JA Oldekop, AJ Bebbington, D Brockington, RF Preziosi
Conservation Biology 24 (2), 461-469, 2010
Research frontiers in community forest management
R Hajjar, JA Oldekop
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 32, 119-125, 2018
Carbon, biodiversity, and livelihoods in forest commons: synergies, trade-offs, and implications for REDD+
P Newton, JA Oldekop, G Brodnig, BK Karna, A Agrawal
Environmental Research Letters 11 (4), 044017, 2016
Environmental impacts and scarcity perception influence local institutions in indigenous Amazonian Kichwa communities
JA Oldekop, AJ Bebbington, NK Truelove, G Holmes, S Villamarín, ...
Human Ecology 40, 101-115, 2012
BIOFRAG–a new database for analyzing BIO diversity responses to forest FRAG mentation
M Pfeifer, V Lefebvre, TA Gardner, V Arroyo‐Rodriguez, L Baeten, ...
Ecology and Evolution 4 (9), 1524-1537, 2014
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