Published in the journal Agriculture and Food Society
2015 - Side 13
"The political origins of health inequity: prospects for change" published in The Lancet
Published in the journal Reproductive Health Matters
Article published in BMC Evolutionary Biology
ENGOV Working paper No. 5, 2013
In Migration and Religion in Europe: Comparative Perspectives on South Asian Experiences, ed. Ester Gallo. Farnham: Ashgate.
In Handbook of Central American Governance Edited by Diego Sanchez-Ancochea, Salvador Martí i Puig. Publisher: Routledge
In International Handbook of Social and Environmental Change edited by Stewart Lockie, David A. Sonnenfeld, Dana R. Fisher. Publisher: Routledge
Publisher: Oxford University Press
In Nature and Culture. Editor: Berghahn Journals
I Venstreekstremisme: Ideer og bevegelser. Red.: Øystein Sørensen, Bernt Hagtvet og Nik Brandal (eds) Forlag: Oslo: Dreiers forlag
Editors: Lars Tragårdh, Nina Witoszek and Bron Taylor. Publisher: Berghahn Books
In Gods and Arms - On Religion and Armed Conflicts. Publisher: Pickwick Publication
Publisher: Anthem Press. Edited by Uwe Skoda, Kenneth Bo Nielsen and Marianne Qvortrup Fibiger
The REDD research network has published two policy briefs - Insights from the field. These briefs present findings from MSc theses completed at Norwegian Universities
In A Changing Environment for Human Security. Transformative Approaches to Research, Policy and Action. Publisher: Routledge Earthscan
In PLOS ONE
in Journal of Latin American Studies
This paper examines the concept of vulnerability in the context of maternal morbidity and mortality in Burkina Faso, an impoverished country in West Africa. Drawing on a longitudinal cohort study into the consequences of life-threatening or ‘near miss’ obstetric complications, we provide an in-depth case study of one woman’s experience of such morbidity and its aftermath.
This paper explores factors affecting individual goal satisfaction in Bangladesh and Thailand. Analysing the determinants of goal satisfaction in two countries at different levels of development enables the paper to address the broader question of whether the common practice of classifying goals as ‘universal’ (e.g. health) or ‘local’ (e.g. community relationships) has any empirical support.
This book chapter discusses the impact of China’s investments and aid policies on poverty reduction in Malawi – a country that, at the outset, does not appear to have much to offer China in terms of material benefits.
In Bull's chapter she discusses the extent to which the participation of social movements representing previously excluded groups has contributed to the transformation of current Latin American democracies.
This paper asks to what extent French and Norwegian households link global warming to their own electricity use. Furthermore, we study people’s rationales for selecting renewable sources and reducing electricity consumption at home.