The CitRes research group aims to examine how transparency, group identity and power are used in the construction of ‘resources’, and in the formation of political subjects, within the context of extraction and governance of natural resources.
The management of the water supply has long been a state concern in Indonesia due to water stress in many areas and poor governance. Tadzkia Nurshafira and Husna Yuni Wulansari of Universitas Gadjah Mada in […]
Mainstreaming Modernisation Risk Politics in Indonesia’s Democratisation: Towards Public Control of Welfare and Risk in Expanding Water Access. Power, Conflict, and Democracy Journal, 6(2), 271-304
Nurshafira, T. (2018) Tadzkia Nurshafira is a student at Master of Politics and Government with specialisation on Natural Resource Governance, Universitas Gadjah Mada This paper explores how modernisation risk politics are understood and […]
Internship Report by Petter Tolnes Ingebrigtsen, student at Master of Science in Globalisation and Sustainable Development, Norwegian University of Science and Technology | Student internship at Resource Governance in Asia Pacific, Research Centre for Politics […]
Internship Report by Susmriti Shrestha, student at Master of Science in Globalisation and Sustainable Development, Norwegian University of Science and Technology | Student internship at Resource Governance in Asia Pacific, Research Centre for Politics and […]
Diprose, R., Kurniawan, N. I., & Macdonald, K. (2019)
Many domains of transnational policy are now governed through dynamic, multilevel governance processes, encompassing transnational, national, and subnational scales. In such settings, both membership of policy communities […]
Neoliberal performatives and the ‘making’ of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES). Progress in Human Geography, 43(1), 3-25.
This paper argues that Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) serve as a neoliberal performative act, in which idealized conditions are re-constituted […]