Selected publications

Mustalahti, I, Gutiérrez Zamora, V, Hyle, M.A., Devkota, B.P. and Tokola, N. 2019. Responsibilization in natural resources governance: A romantic doxa? FOrest Policy and Economics 111(2020): 102033

Ramcilovik-Suominen, S, Mustalahti, I and Lovric, M. 2019. Mapping policy actor networks and their interests in the FLEGT Voluntary Partnership Agreement in Lao PDR. World Development 118.

Tokola, N, Rättilä, T, Honkatukia, P, Mubeen, F.E. and Mustalahti, I. 2019).”Haluan tulla nähdyksi huiviltani” – Nuorten musliminaisten kokemuksia kuulumisesta työelämässä. Nuorisotutkimus 37(2): 21-35.

Devkota, B. P. and Mustalahti, I. 2018. Complexities in accessing REDD+ benefits in community forestry: evidence from Nepal's Terai region. The International Forestry Review 20(3) 332-345.

Mustalahti, I. 2018. The responsive bioeconomy: The need for inclusion of citizens and environmental capability in the forest based bioeconomy. Journal of Cleaner Production 172: 3781-3790.

Kleinschmit, D.;  Arts, B.;  Giurca, A;  Mustalahti. I., Sergent, A.; Pulzl, H. 2017. Environmental concerns in political bioeconomy discourses. International Forestry Review 19(1):2017

Mustalahti, I.; Cramm, M.; Ramcilovic‐Suominen, S.; Tegegne, Y.T. 2017. Resources and Rules of the Game: Participation of Civil Society in REDD+ and FLEGT‐VPA Processes in Lao PDR. Forests 8:50.

Ramcilovic-Suominen, S., Pülzl, H. 2017. Sustainable development: A ‘selling point’ of the emerging EU bioeconomy policy framework? Journal of Cleaner Production (2017 online)

Hinojosa Flores, I. D., Skutsch, M. and Mustalahti, I. 2016. Impacts of Finnish cooperation in the Mexican policy making process: from the community forest management to the liberalisation of forest services. Forest Policy and Economics 73:229-238

Rantala, S., Kontinen, T., Korhonen-Kurki, K., Mustalahti, I. 2015. Equity in REDD+: varying logics in Tanzania. Journal of Environmental Policy and Governance. 25(3):201-212.

Scheba, A. and Mustalahti, I. 2015. Rethinking ‘expert’ knowledge in community forest management in Tanzania. Forest Policy and Economics 60:7-19.

Katani, J., Mustalahti, I., Mukama, K. and Zahabu, E. 2015. Participatory Forest Carbon Assessment in South-eastern Tanzania: Experiences, costs and implications to REDD+ initiatives. Journal of ORYX Fauna & Flora International, 10 pages. DOI: 10.1017/S0030605315000174.

Kweka, D., Carmenta, R., Hyle, M., Mustalahti, I., Dokken, T., Brockhaus, M. 2015. The context of REDD+ in Tanzania: Drivers, agents and institutions. CIFOR occasional paper. Center for International Forestry Research, Bogor Indonesia. p. 117.

Mustalahti, I. and Rakotonarivo, S. O. 2014. REDD+ and Empowered Deliberative Democracy: Learning from Tanzania. World Development 59:199-211.

Mustalahti, I., Bolin, A., Paavola, J. and Boyd, E. 2012. Can REDD+ reconcile local priorities and needs with global mitigation benefits? Lessons from Angai Forest, Tanzania. Ecology and Society 17(1):16.

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