Ahmad Dermawan
Ahmad Dermawan
Scientist, CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia
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An overview of forest and land allocation policies in Indonesia: Is the current framework sufficient to meet the needs of REDD+?
M Brockhaus, K Obidzinski, A Dermawan, Y Laumonier, C Luttrell
Forest policy and economics 18, 30-37, 2012
Decentralization of forest administration in Indonesia: Implications for forest sustainability, economic development, and community livelihoods
CM Barr, IAP Resosudarmo, A Dermawan, J McCarthy, M Moeliono, ...
CIFOR, 2006
Financial governance and Indonesia’s Reforestation Fund during the Soeharto and post-Soeharto periods, 1989–2009: A political economic analysis of lessons for REDD+
C Barr, A Dermawan, H Purnomo, H Komarudin
CIFOR, 2010
Economic crisis, small farmer well-being, and forest cover change in Indonesia
WD Sunderlin, A Angelsen, DP Resosudarmo, A Dermawan, E Rianto
World Development 29 (5), 767-782, 2001
Smallholder timber plantation development in Indonesia: what is preventing progress?
K Obidzinski, A Dermawan
International Forestry Review 12 (4), 339-348, 2010
The palm oil global value chain: Implications for economic growth and socialand environmental sustainability
P Pacheco, S Gnych, A Dermawan, H Komarudin, B Okarda
CIFOR, 2017
Contesting national and international forest regimes: Case of timber legality certification for community forests in Central Java, Indonesia
DR Nurrochmat, AH Dharmawan, K Obidzinski, A Dermawan, JT Erbaugh
Forest Policy and Economics 68, 54-64, 2016
Can large scale land acquisition for agro-development in Indonesia be managed sustainably?
K Obidzinski, I Takahashi, A Dermawan, H Komarudin, A Andrianto
Land Use Policy 30 (1), 952-965, 2013
Preventing the Risks of Corruption in REDD+ in Indonesia
A Dermawan, E Petkova, A Sinaga, M Muhajir, Y Indriatmoko
CIFOR, 2011
The timber legality verification system and the voluntary partnership agreement (VPA) in Indonesia: Challenges for the small-scale forestry sector
K Obidzinski, A Dermawan, A Andrianto, H Komarudin, D Hernawan
Forest Policy and Economics 48, 24-32, 2014
Reducing forestry emissions in Indonesia
LV Verchot, E Petkova, K Obidzinski, S Atmadja, EL Yuliani, A Dermawan, ...
Center for International Forestry Research., 2010
Forests and regional autonomy: The challenge of sharing the profits and pains
A Dermawan, IAP Resosudarmo
Which way forward, 325-357, 2002
Governing sustainable palm oil supply: Disconnects, complementarities, and antagonisms between state regulations and private standards
P Pacheco, G Schoneveld, A Dermawan, H Komarudin, M Djama
Regulation & Governance 14 (3), 568-598, 2020
Decentralisation of forest administration in Indonesia: Implications for forest sustainability, community livelihoods, and economic development
C Barr, IAP Resosudarmo, A Dermawan, J McCarthy
Cifor, Bogor, 2002
Decentralization in Indonesia’s forestry sector–Is it over? What comes next
A Dermawan, H Komarudin, S McGrath
Eleventh Biennial Global Conference of the International Association for the …, 2006
Forests and decentralization in Indonesia: An overview
ID Resosudarmo, C Barr, J McCarthy, A Dermawan
Decentralization of forest administration in Indonesia: Implications for …, 2006
Oil palm plantation investments in Indonesia’s forest frontiers: limited economic multipliers and uncertain benefits for local communities
K Obidzinski, A Dermawan, A Hadianto
Environment, Development and Sustainability 16 (6), 1177-1196, 2014
Forest administration and forest sector development prior to 1998
C Berr
Decentralization of forest administration in Indonesia: Implications for …, 2006
Pulp industry and environment in Indonesia: is there sustainable future?
K Obidzinski, A Dermawan
Regional Environmental Change 12 (4), 961-966, 2012
Decentralization of forest administration in Indonesia
C Barr, I Resosudarmo, A Dermawan, J McCarthy, M Moeliono, B Setiono
Bogor: CIFOR, 2006
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