The following PEN-related publications are authored by PEN partners or PEN resource people, names in bold, and use PEN methods and/or data, or were at least partly funded by PEN
Pouliot, M. (2011). Relying on nature's pharmacy in rural Burkina Faso: Empirical evidence of the determinants of traditional medicine consumption. Social Science and Medicine.
Hegde, R., & Bull, G. Q. (2011- in press) Performance of an Agro-forestry based Payments-for-Ecosystem Services project in Mozambique: A household level analysis. Ecological Economics
Tesfaye, Y., Roos, A., Campbell, B. M., Bohlin, F. (2011). Livelihood strategies and the role of forest income in participatory-managed forests of Dodola area in the bale highlands, southern Ethiopia. Forest Policy and Economics, 13 (4):258-265.
Kar, S. P. & Jacobson, M. G. (2011). NTFP income contribution to household economy and related socio-economic factors: Lessons from Bangladesh. Forest Policy and Economics journal.
Rahman, S.A., Rahman, F. & Sunderland, T. (2011). Causes and consequences of shifting cultivation and its alternative in the hill tracts of eastern Bangladesh. Agroforestry Systems, 83(1), Springer
Kibria, M. G., Rahman, S. A., Imtiaj, A. and Sunderland, T. (2011). Extent and Consequences of Tropical Forest Degradation: Successive Policy Options for Bangladesh, Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology B 1, 29-37, USA.
Rahman, S. A., Paras, F. D., Khan, S. R., Imtiaj, A., Farhana, K. M., Toy, M. M., Akhand, B. & Sunderland, T. (2011). ‘Initiatives of Tropical Agroforestry to Sustainable Agriculture: A Case Study of Capasia Village, Northern Bangladesh’, Journal of Horticulture and Forestry, 3(4):115-121.
Khan, S. R., Rahman, S. A. and Sunderland, T. (2011) ‘Commons Becoming Non-commons in the Efforts for Reconciliation between Conservation and Livelihoods: A Case Study of Northern Pakistan’, Journal of Horticulture and Forestry, 3(3):63-71.
Sunderland, T., Kibria, M. G., Rahman, S. A. and Imtiaj, A. (2011). ‘Depleting Tropical Forest at a Landscape Scale: Finding Solutions for Bangladesh’, Journal of Biodiversity and Ecological Sciences, 1(1):53-64.
Uberhuaga, P., Larson, H.O., Treue, T. (2011). Indigenous forest management in Bolivia: potentials for livelihood improvement. International Forestry Review 13(1):80-95
Duchelle, A. E., Cronkleton, P., Kainer, K. A., Guanacoma, G., Gezan, S. (2011). Resource Theft in Tropical Forest Communities: Implications for Non-Timber Management, Livelihoods, and Conservation. Ecology and Society 16(1): 4.
Wyman, M.S. & Stein, T.V. (2010). Modelling social and land-use/land-cover change data to assess drivers of smallholder deforestation in Belize. Applied Geography 30; 329–342
Tesfaye, Y., Roos, A., Campbell, B.M., Bohlin F. (2010). Forest incomes and poverty alleviation in a participatory forest management arrangement in the Bale Highlands, Southern Ethiopia. International Forestry Review 12(1):66-77.
Tieguhong J. C. and Zwolinski J. (2009). Supplies of bushmeat for livelihoods in logging towns in the Congo Basin. Journal of Horticulture and Forestry Vol. 1 (5): 065–080.
Rahman, S. A., Imam, M. H., Wachira, S.W., Farhana, K.M., Torres, B. and Kabir, D.M.H. (2008). Land Use Patterns and the Scale of Adoption of Agroforestry in the Rural Landscapes of Padma Floodplain in Bangladesh. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods, 18: 193-207.
Rahman, S.A., Farhana, K.M., Imtiaj, A. and Rahman, A.H.M.M. (2007). Economic Evaluation of Multistrata Agroforestry System Practiced by Traditional Cultivators in Northern Bangladesh. International Journal of Environment and Development, 4 (1): 61-72.
Rahman, S. A., Rahman, M.F., Codilan, A.L. and Farhana, K.M. (2007). ‘Analysis of the Economic Benefits from Systematic Improvements to Shifting Cultivation and its Evolution towards Stable Continuous Agroforestry in the Upland of Eastern Bangladesh’, International Forestry Review, 9(1): 536-547, UK