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Prof. Dr. Wilhelmus de Jong

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dr. wilhelmus de jong

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Ongoing research

 

Restoring forests  for sustainable development - Policies, practices and impacts; Global.

Past research

 

2017-2020 The impact of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals on Forests

                        and People; Global.

2014-2017 Shifting global development discourses: Implications for forests and

                         livelihoods; Global.

2014-2016 Nurturing durable results for addressing forest related challenges in Peru through                                            learning about pathways of influence; Peru.

2013-2016 Legality in timber finances and trade in the Western Amazon; Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia.

2012-2015 How  can  communities  contribute  to  international  environmental

                        regimes, Global.

2011-2015 Transition to sustainable forest management and rehabilitation in Asian countries; Asia.

2010-2014 Forests under pressure: Local responses to global challenges; Global.

2007- 2011 Transnational natural resource governance in borderlands; Global.

2003- 2007 Making local governments more responsive to the poor. Developing

                        indicators  and  tools  to  support  sustainable  livelihood  development

                        under decentralization; Bolivia and Indonesia.

2003-2006 Review of forest rehabilitation – Lessons from the past; Vietnam and

                        Peru.

2003-2006 Stakeholders and biodiversity in the forest at the local level; Vietnam

                        and Bolivia.

2000-2004 Developing  institutions  for  sustainable  use  of  non-timber  forest

                        products, Bolivia.

1998-2003 Stakeholders and biodiversity in the forest of the future; Bolivia and

                        Zimbabwe.

1997-2003 Smallholder  production  of  Vitex  pubescens  on  Imperata  cylindrical lands; Indonesia.

1997-1999 Status and development potential secondary forests in tropical Asia;

Asia.

1995-1999 Contribution  of  NTFP  to  socio-economic  development;  Bolivia  and Zimbabwe.

1992-1995 Forest  exploitation  and  management  by  Dayak  groups  in  West

                        Kalimantan; Indonesia.

1985-1987 Floodplain agriculture and agroforestry on the Ucayali river; Peru.

1984-1985 Market oriented agroforestry in the Iquitos region; Peru.

1982-1983 Swidden-fallow agroforestry among Bora Amerindians; Peru.

1980-1981 Alternative   management   programs   for   planted   pine   forests;

                        Netherlands.



Publications


Edited Special Issues

 

1. Stephen Wyatt, Jannette Bulkan, Wil de Jong, Monica Gabay, Allan Pottinger, 2021. Indigenous and traditional peoples and their forests: Knowledge, management and governance towards sovereignty and sustainable development goals. International Forestry Review.

2. Pia Katila, Wil de Jong, Glenn Galloway, Pablo Pacheco, Alan Pottinger, 2017. Shifting global development discourses: Implications for forests and livelihoods. International Forestry Review 19-S1. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cfa/ifr/2017/00000019/a00101s1;jsessionid=15palhg7ydfpo.x-ic-live-01

3. Wil de Jong, Jinlong Liu, Yeo-Chang Youn, Leni Camacho, 2016. Forest transition in Asia. Forest policy and Economics, volume 76.

4. Wil de Jong, Pia Katila, Glenn Galloway, Pablo Pacheco. 2016. Incentives and constraints in community and smallholder forestry. Forests, 7(9). http://www.mdpi.com/journal/forests/special_issues/community_smallholder#published.

5. Benno Pokorny and Wil de Jong, 2015. Smallholders and forest landscape transitions: locally devised development strategies of the tropical Americas. Special Issue International Forestry Review, 16 (7). http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cfa/ifr/2015/00000017/a00101s1.

6. M. Buizer, W de Jong, David Humphreys, 2014. Climate change and deforestation: The evolution of an intersecting policy domain. Special Issue; Environmental Science and Policy 35. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/14629011/35.

7. Bas Arts, W. de Jong, M. Krott, 2012. Political theory in forest policy sciences. Forest Policy and Economics 16. DOI 10.1016/j.forpol.2011.07.001. http://www.sciencedirect.com/ science/journal/13899341/16.

8. U.Chokkalingam, W. de Jong, J. Smith, C. Sabogal.  2001. Tropical secondary forests in Asia. Special Issue, Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 13 (4). https://www.frim.gov.my/ en/publication/journal-of-tropical-forest-science-jtfs/.

9. W. de Jong, B. Campbell and J. Schroeder. 2000. Sustaining incomes from non timber forest products. Special Issue International Tree Crop Journal 10 (4). http://www.tandfonline.com/ toc/tftl19/10/4?nav=tocList.


Edited Book Volumes and Monographs


1. Pia Katila, Carol Colfer, Glenn Galloway, Wil de Jong, Pablo Pacheco, Georg Winkel, eds. 2023. Restoring forests and trees for sustainable development - Policies, practices, impacts and ways forward. Oxford University Press.

2. Amit Kumar, Wil de Jong, Rajiv Panday and Munesh Kumar, eds. 2023. Climate Change Vulnerability and Resilience of Himalayan Biodiversity and Forest Ecosystem Services. Elsevier.

3. Katila, P., Colfer, C.J.P., de Jong, W., Galloway, G., Pacheco, P. and Winkel, G. (eds.) 2019. Sustainable Development Goals: Their Impacts on Forests and People. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 

4. Katila, Pia, W. de Jong, G. Galloway, b. Pokorny, P. Pacheco. 2017. Harnessing community and smallholder forestry for sustainable development goals. Helsinki: IUFRO-WFSE.

5. Cashore, Ben, Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers, Paloma Caro Torres, Wil de Jong, Audrey Denvir, David Humphreys, Kathleen McGinley, Graeme Auld, Sarah Lupberger, Constance McDermott, Sarah Sax, Daphne Yin. 2016. Can Legality Verification enhance local rights to forest resources? Piloting the policy learning protocol in the Peruvian forest context. IUFRO, Vienna.

6. Mejia, E.; Cano, W.; de Jong, W.; Pacheco, P.; Tapia, S.; Morocho, J. 2015. Actores, aprovechamiento de madera y mercados en la Amazonía peruana. CIFOR Occasional Paper no. 145. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia

7. Cano-Cardona, W.; Van de Right, A.; de Jong, W.; Pacheco, P. 2015. Aprovechamiento y mercados de la madera en el norte amazónico de Bolivia. CIFOR Working Paper no. 197, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor Indonesia

8. Katila, Pia, Glenn Galloway, Wil de Jong, Gerardo Mery, Pablo Pacheco. 2014. Forests under pressure: Local responses to global issues. IUFRO Special Project World Forest Society and Environment. http://www.iufro.org/science/special/wfse/forests-pressure-local-responses/

9. W. de Jong, D. Snelder, N. Ishikawa, eds. 2010. Transborder governance of forests, rivers and seas. Earthscan, London.

10. W. De Jong, ed. 2009. Forest policies for a sustainable humanosphere. CIAS Discussion Paper 8. Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University.

11. C. Sabogal, W.de Jong, B. Pokorny, B.Lauman, eds. 2008. El manejo forestal comunitario en América Latina: experiencias, lecciones aprendidas  y retos para el futuro. Belem, Brazil. CIFOR, CATIE.

12. W. de Jong ed. 2008. Transborder environmental and natural resource management. CIAS Discussion Paper 4. Kyoto: Center for Integrated Area Studies.

13. W. de Jong, D. Donovan, A. Ken Ichi. 2007. Tropical forests and extreme conflicts. Dordrecht, Netherlands, Springer.

14. W. de Jong, T.P. Lye and K. Abe, eds. 2006. The social ecology of tropical forests: Migration, population and frontiers. Kyoto University Press and Trans Pacific Press.

15. W. de Jong, Do Dinh Sam, Trieu Van Hung. 2006. Forest rehabilitation in Vietnam. Histories, realities and futures. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR. 

16. W. de Jong, ed. 2004. Retos y perspectivas del nuevo régimen forestal en el norte amazónico boliviano. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.

17. T.-P. Lye, W. de Jong, K. Abe, eds. 2003. The political ecology of forests in Southeast Asia. Kyoto University Press and Melbourne: Trans Pacific Press.

18. W. de Jong. 2002. Forest products and local forest management in West Kalimantan, Indonesia: Implications for conservation and development. Wageningen, Netherlands, Tropenbos Kalimantan Series 6.

19. W. de Jong, M. Melnyk, L. Alfaro, M. Rosales and M. Garcia. 2000. A concerted approach to uña de gato development in Peru. International Tree Crop Journal, 10 (4) 321-337.

20. W. Nalvarte, W. de Jong, G. Dominguez. 2000. Plantas amazónicas nativas de uso medicinal: Diagnostico de un sector económico con un potencial de realización.  Lima, Perú, CIFOR.

21. W. de Jong, M. Melnyk, L. Alfaro Lozano, M. Rosales, M. García. 1998. Uña de gato: Fate and future of a Peruvian forest resource. CIFOR Occasional Paper, 18. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.

22. J. Smith, C. Sabogal, W. de Jong and D. Kaimowitz. 1996. Bosques secundarios como recurso para el desarollo rural y la conservación ambiental en los trópicis de América Latina. CIFOR Occasional Paper No 13. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.

23. W. de Jong. 1995. Diversity variation and change in ribereño agriculture and agroforestry. Dissertation Agricultural University Wageningen, Netherlands.

24. W. de Jong and R. Mendelsohn. 1992. Managing the non timber forest products of Southeast Asia. Paper prepared for the World Bank, Southeast Asia Division.


Journal papers


1. Marieke van der Zon, Wil de Jong, Bas Arts, 2023. Community enforcement and tenure security: a fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis of twelve community forest management initiatives in the Peruvian Amazon. World Development 161: 106071.

2. Walter Cano Cardona, Wil de Jong, Benno Pokorny, 2022. The Future of Nature Conservation in Amazonia: Evidence From Transboundary Protected Areas. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 5:647484. DOI: 10.3389/ffgc.2022.647484.

3. Tina Bauer, Verina Ingram, Wil de Jong, 2022. Thriving in turbulent times: Livelihood resilience and vulnerability assessment of Bolivian indigenous forest households after an extreme weather event. Land Use Policy 119: 106146,

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2022.106146.

4. Tina Bauer, Wil de Jong, Verina Jane Ingram, 2022. Perception matters: an Indigenous perspective on climate change and its effects on forest-based livelihoods in the Amazon. Ecology and Society 27 (1) DOI: 10.5751/ES-12837-270117.

5. Wil de Jong, Andrea Flores-Urushima, Benoit Jacquet, Takuya Takahashi, 2022. Cedars of the North Mountains. Historical forest culture and practices in modern day nature policies. International Forestry Review, https://doi.org/10.1505/146554822835941896

6. Manuel Herrador, Wil de Jong, Kiyokazu Nasu, Lorenz Granrath, 2022. Circular economy and zero-carbon strategies between Japan and South Korea: A comparative study. Science of the Total Environment 820, 153274.

7. Benno Pokorny, Pablo Pacheco, Wil de Jong, Steffen Entenmann, 2021. The unstoppable beast. Policy effects on conservation and development in the forest frontiers of the Brazilian amazon over the last 50 years. Ambio, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-021-01637-4.

8. Hexing Long, Wil de Jong, Yiwen Zhang, Jinlong Liu. 2021. Forest devolution of China: Community preferences for individual-based versus group-based tenure. Forest Policy and Economics 132 102586, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2021.102586.

9. Wil de Jong, Jinlong Liu, Hexing Long, 2021. The forest restoration frontier. Ambio 50: 2224–2237, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-021-01614-x.

10. Per Angelstam, Andra-Cosmina Albulescu, Ollier Duranton F. Andrianambinina, Reka Aszalos, Eugene Borovichev, Walter Cano Cardona, Denis Dobrynin, Mariia Fedoriak, Dejan Firm, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., Wil de Jong, David Lindenmayer, Michael Manton, Juan J. Monge, Pavel Mezei, Galina Michailova, Carlos L. Mun˜oz Brenes, Guillermo Martınez Pastur, Olga V. Petrova, Victor Petrov, Benny Pokorny, Serge C. Rafanoharana, Yamina Micaela Rosas, Bob Robert Seymour, Patrick O. Waeber, Lucienne Wilme´, Taras Yamelynets, Tzvetan Zlatanov, 2021. Frontiers of protected areas versus forest exploitation: Assessing habitat network functionality in 16 case study regions globally. Ambio, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-021-01628-5.

11. Wil de Jong, Kebiao Huang, Yufang Zhuo, Michael Kleine, Guangyu Wang, Wei Liu, Gongxin Xu, 2021. A Comparison of forestry continuing education academic degree programs. Forests 2021, 12, 824. https://doi.org/10.3390/f12070824.

12. J. A. Hernández-Aguilar, Durán, E., Velázquez, A, de Jong, W., Pérez-Verdín. Understanding direct and indirect factors of forest transition in the Mixteca Alta landscape of Oaxaca, Mexico. Forest Policy and Economics, 131, 102542.

13. Takuya Takahashi, Wil de Jong, Hiroaki Kakizawa, Mari Kawase, Koji Matsushita, Nobuko Sato, Atsushi Takayanagi, 2021. New Frontiers in Japanese Forest Policy: Addressing ecosystem disservices in the 21st Century. Ambio 50: 2272–2285. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-021-01566-2.

14. Roberta Fontan Galvão, Andrea Flores Urushima, Shōichirō Hara, Wil De Jong, 2020. Analysis of Land Transition Features and Mechanisms in Peripheral Areas of Kyoto (1950s-1960s). Sustainability, in press.

15. Walter Cano Cardona, A. van de Rijt, Wil de Jong, Pablo Pacheco,  2019. Public innovation and changes in communal access to timber in the northern Bolivian Amazon. International Forestry Review, 21 (4) 432-445.

16. Stephanie Mansourian, John Parrotta, Poorna Balaji, Imogen Belwood-Howard,  Suhas Bhasme, R. Patrick Bixler, Agni Klintuni Boedhihartono, Rachel Carmenta, Theresa Jedd, Wil de Jong, Frank K. Lake, Agnieszka Latawiec, Melvin Lippe, Nitin D. Rai, Jeffrey Sayer, Kristina Van Dexter, Bhaskar Vira, Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers, Carina Wyborn, Anastasia Yang, 2019. Putting the pieces together: Integration for forest landscape restoration implementation. Land Degradation and Development, 419-429. https://doi.org/10.1002/ldr.3448.

17. T. Bauer, V. Ingram, W. de Jong and B. Arts, 2018. The socio-economic impact of extreme precipitation and flooding on forest livelihoods: Evidence from the Bolivian Amazon. International forestry Review, 20 (3): 314 – 331; http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1505/146554818824063050.

18. W. de Jong, B. Pokorny, P. Katila, G. Galloway, P. Pacheco, 2018. Community forestry and the Sustainable Development Goals: A two way street. Forests 9(6): 331; https://doi.org/10.3390/f9060331.

19. Jawaid Ashraf, Padam Parkash Bhojvaid, Rajiv Pandey, Wil de Jong, 2018. An empirical analysis of forest transition in Uttarakhand, India through environmental Kuznets curve approach Indian Forester 144(2): 133-138.

20. W. de Jong, G. Galloway, P. Katila, P. Pacheco. 2017. Forestry discourses and forest based development – an introduction to the Special Issue. International Forestry Review 19 (S1): 1-9.

21. G. Winkel, S. Leipold, K. Buhmann, B. Cashore, W. de Jong, I. Nathan, M. Sotirov, M. Stone. 2017. Narrating illegal logging across the globe. Between Green Protectionism and Sustainable Resource Use. International Forestry Review, 19-S1, 81-97.

22. D. Humphreys, B. Cashore, I.J. Visseren-Hamakers, W. De Jong, K. McGinley, A. Denvir, P. Caro Torres and S. Lupberger. 2017. Towards durable multistakeholder-generated solutions: The pilot application of a problem-oriented policy learning protocol to legality verification and community rights in Peru. International Forestry Review, 19(3):278-293.

23. Minghua Tian, Lingchao Li, Li Wan, Jinlong Liu & Wil de Jong. 2017. Forest products trade, wood consumption and forest conservation-the case of 61 countries. Journal of Sustainable Forestry. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10549811.2017.1356736.

24. Wil de Jong, Jinlong Liu, Yeo-Chang Youn. 2017. Land and forests in the Anthropocene: Trends and outlooks in Asia. Forest Policy and Economics, 79:17-25, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2016.09.019.

25. Wil de Jong, Jinlong Liu, Mi Sun Park, Leni Camacho. 2017. Forest transition in Asia: Trends and some theoretical implications. Forest Policy and Economics; 76:1-6; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2016.11.007.

26. Lingchao Li, Jinlong Liu, Hexing Long, Wil de Jong, Yeo-Chang Youn. 2017. Economic globalization, trade and forest transition-the case of nine Asian countries. Forest Policy and Economics, 76: 7-13; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2015.12.006.

27. Yeo-Chang Youn, Junyeong Choi, Wil de Jong, Jinlong Liu, Mi Sun Park, Leni Camacho, Stoshi Tachibana, Nguyen Din Huudung, Padam Parkash Bhojvaid, Ellyn K. Damayanti, Phongxiong Wanneng, Mohd Shawahid Othman. 2017. Conditions of forest transition in Asian countries. Forest Policy and Economics 76: 14–24; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2016.07.005.

28. Jinlong Liu, Liang Ming, Wil de Jong, 2017. Comparative study of the forest transition pathways of nine Asia-Pacific countries, Forest Policy and Economics, 76: 25-34; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2016.03.007

29. Jawaid Ashraf, Rajiv Pandey and Wil de Jong. 2017. Assessment of bio-physical, social and economic drivers for forest transition in the Asia-Pacific region. Forest Policy and Economics, 76: 35-44, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2016.07.008.

30. M. P. Singh, P. P. Bhojvaid, Wil de Jong, J. Ashraf, S. R. Reddy. 2017. Indian forest transition and socio-economic development their implications for forest transition theory. Forest Policy and Economics, 76: 65-71; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2015.10.013.

31. Takuya Takahashi, Koji Matsushita, Wil de Jong. 2017. Factors affecting the creation of modern property ownership of forest commons in Japan: An examination of historical, prefectural data. Forest Policy and Economics 74, 62–70; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2016.10.012.

32. Wil de Jong and David Humphreys. 2016. A failed Social Licence to Operate for the neoliberal modernization of Amazonian resource use: the underlying causes of the Bagua tragedy of Peru. Forestry 2016; 1–13, DOI:10.1093/forestry/cpw033.

33. Wil de Jong and Pablo Pacheco. 2016. Integrating multiple environmental regimes: Land and forestry policies under broader democratic reforms in the Bolivian tropical lowlands. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 34: volume 34, pages 463–477 http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0263774X15621758. 

34. Wil de Jong, Glenn Galloway, Pia Katila and Pablo Pacheco. 2016. Incentives and Constraints of Community and Smallholder Forestry. Forests 7(9), 209; DOI: 10.3390/f7090209.

35. Pablo Pacheco, Elena Mejía, Walter Cano and Wil de Jong. 2017. Smallholder forestry in the Western Amazon: Outcomes from forest reforms and emerging policy perspectives. Forests, 7(9), 193; DOI:10.3390/f7090193.

36. Jawaid Ashraf, Rajiv Pandey, Wil de Jong & Bhuvnesh Nagar. 2015. Factors Influencing Farmers’ Decisions to Plant Trees on Their Farms in Uttar Pradesh, India. Small-scale Forestry, 14 (3) 301-313. DOI 10.1007/s11842-015-9289-7. 

37. Benno Pokorny and Wil de Jong. 2015. Smallholders and forest landscape transitions: locally devised development strategies of the tropical Americas. International Forestry Review, 16 (7) 1-19, http://dx.doi.org/10.1505/146554815814668981.

38. Wil de Jong, Dennis del Castillo Torres, Angel Salazar. 2014. Carbon cowboys in Peru and the prospects of local REDD governance. Portes, Revista Mexicana Sobre La Cuenca del Pacifico 8(16); http://www.portesasiapacifico.com.mx/index.php?p=articulo&id=282. 

39. Wil de Jong, W. Cano, M. Zenteno, Marlene Soriano. 2014. The legally allowable versus the informally practicable in Bolivia's domestic timber markets. Forest Policy and Economics 48 46-54; DOI:10.1016/j.forpol.2014.07.001.

40. W. Cano. W. de Jong, P. Zuidema, R. Boot. 2014. The new face of the debt-peonage system in the Bolivian Amazon: Social networks and bargaining instruments. Human Ecology 42:541–549; DOI: 10.1007/s10745-014-9666-4.

41. M. Zenteno, W. de Jong, P. Zuidema, R. Boot. 2014. Learning from the past: changes in forest policies and livelihoods in Bolivian forest communities. Environmental Science and Policy, 40: 36-48; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2014.03.006.

42. Coraina de la Plaza Esteban, Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers, Wil de Jong. 2014. The Legitimacy of Certification Standards in Climate Change Governance. Sustainable Development, 22 (6) 420-432, DOI: 10.1002/sd.1568.

43. W. Cano. W. de Jong, P. Zuidema, R. Boot. 2014. Diverse Local Regulatory Responses to a New Forestry Regime in Forest Communities in the Bolivian Amazon. Land Use Policy, 39: 224–232; DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2014.02.013.

44. M. Buizer, David Humphreys, W de Jong. 2014. Climate change and deforestation: The evolution of an intersecting policy domain. Environmental Science and Policy, 35: 1-11. DOI 10.1016/j.envsci.2013.06.001.

45. K. Evans, L. Murphy and W. de Jong. 2014. Exploring the dynamics of REDD in forest communities. Environmental Science and Policy, 35: 98-108. DOI 10.1016/j.envsci.2012.12.013.

46. B. Pokorny, W. de Jong, J. Godar, P. Pacheco, J. Johnson. 2013. From big to small: reorienting development policies in response to climate change, food security and poverty. Forest Policy and Economics, 36: 52-59. DOI 10.1016/j.forpol.2013.02.009.

47. B. Pokorny, I. Scholz, W. de Jong. REDD+ for the poor or the poor for REDD+? About the limitations of environmental policies in the Amazon and the potential of achieving environmental goals through pro poor policies. Ecology and Society 18(2): 3. DOI 10.5751/ES-05458-180203.

48. M. Zenteno, P. Zuidema, W. de Jong, R. Boot. 2013. Livelihood strategies and forest dependency: New insights from Bolivian forest communities. Forest Policy and Economics 26, 12–21. DOI 10.1016/j.forpol.2012.09.011.

49. W. de Jong, B. Arts, M. Krott. 2012. Political theory in forest policy sciences. Forest Policy and Economics 16 , 1–6. DOI 10.1016/j.forpol.2011.07.001.

50. W. de Jong and Sergio Ruiz. 2012. Strangers among trees: Policies and politics for foreign residents in northern Bolivian forests. Forest Policy and Economics 16, 65–70. DOI 10.1016/j.forpol.2011.02.004.

51. Lisa Hoch, Benno Pokorny, Wil de Jong. 2012. Financial attractiveness of smallholder tree plantations in the Amazon: Bridging external expectations and local realities. Agroforestry Systems 84 (3) 361-375. DOI 10.1007/s10457-012-9480-1.

52. W. de Jong and K. Evans. 2011. Natural resource governance in border regions: From national backwaters to transnational territories and global commons. Journal of US-China Public Administration, 8 (8) 925-936.

53. W. de Jong. 2010, Forest rehabilitation and its implication for forest transition theory. Biotropica, 42(1): 3–9. DOI 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2009.00568.x.

54. P. Pacheco, W. de Jong, J. Johnson. 2010. The evolution of the timber sector in lowland Bolivia: Examining the influence of three disparate policy approaches. Forest Policy and Economics, 12 271–276. DOI 10.1016/j.forpol.2009.12.002.

55. P. Cronkleton; M. Antonio Albornoz; G. Barnes; K. Evans; W. de Jong. 2010. Social geomatics: Participatory forest mapping to mediate resource conflict in the Bolivian Amazon. Human Ecology 38:65–76. DOI 10.1007/s10745-009-9296-4.

56. K. Evans, W. de Jong, P. Cronkleton. 2010. Participatory methods for planning the future in forest communities. Society and Natural Resources 23 (7): 23: 604–619.

57. B. Pokorny, C. Sabogal, W. de Jong, P. Pacheco. N. Porro, B. Loumann, D. Stoian. 2010. Challenges of community forestry in tropical America. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques 303 (1) 53-66. 

58. L. Hoch, B. Pokorny, W. de Jong. 2009. D How successful is tree growing for smallholders in the Amazon? International Forestry Review 11 (3) 1-12. DOI 10.1505/ifor.11.3.299.

59. B. Pokorny, C. Sabogal, W.de Jong, D.Stoian, B.Lauman, P.Pacheco, N. Porro. 2008. Experiencias y retos del manejo forestal comunitario en América Latina. Recursos Naturales y Ambiente, 54: 81-98.

60. K. Evans, W. de Jong, P. Cronkleton. 2008. Future scenarios as a tool for decision making in forest communities. SAPIENS 1 (2): 39-46, http://sapiens.revues.org/. 

61. T. Lynam, W. De Jong, D. Sheil, T. Kusumanto and K. Evans 2007. A review

of tools for incorporating community knowledge, preferences, and values

into decision making in natural resources management. Ecology and Society

12 (1): 5. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss1/art5/

62. W. de Jong. 2007. Nation-state transborder natural resource governance in tropical forest regions. Theoretical basis and emerging issues. Asia-Pacific Forum 36 (June 2007): 12-37.

63. W. de Jong, S. Ruiz, M. Becker. 2006. Conflicts on the way to communal forest management in northern Bolivia. Forest Policy and Economics, 8, 447-457.

64. Manuel Ruiz Perez, Brian Belcher, co-authored with 29. 2004. Markets drive the specialization strategies of forest peoples. authors. Ecology and Society, 9 (2), http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol9/iss2/art4.

65. B. Campbell, W. de Jong, M. Luckert, A. Mandando, F. Matose, N. Nemarundwe. 2002. Can common property resource systems work in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Science News Vol 36 No 1 & 2: 13 – 16.

66. W. de Jong, L. Freitas, J. Baluarte, P. van de Kop, A. Salazar, E. Inga, W. Melendez, C. Germaná. 2001. Secondary forests dynamics in the Amazon floodplain in Peru.  Forest Ecology and Management 150: 135-146.

67. W. de Jong. 2001. Tree and forest management in the floodplains of the Peruvian Amazon.  Forest Ecology and Management 150: 125-134.

68. W. de Jong, U.Chokkalingam, J. Smith, C. Sabogal.  2001. Tropical secondary forests in Asia: Introduction and synthesis. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 13 (4, 563-576.

69. W. de Jong; U. Chokkalingam, D. Perrera. 2001. The evolution of swidden fallow secondary forests in Asia. Journal for Tropical Forest Science, 13 (4) 800-815.

70. W. de Jong, M. van Noordwijk, M. Sirait, Suyanto, N. Liswanta. 2001. Farming secondary forests in Indonesia. Journal for Tropical Forest Science, 13 (4), 705-726.

71. U. Chokkalingam, J. Smith, W. de Jong, and C. Sabogal. A conceptual framework for the assessment of tropical secondary forest dynamics and sustainable development potential in Asia. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 13 (4) 577-600.

72. U. Chokkalingam and W. de Jong. Secondary forest: A working definition and typology. International Forestry Review 3 (1): 19-26.

73. B. Campbell, A. Mandondo, N. Nemarundwe, B. Sithole, W. de Jong,  M Luckert, F. Matose. Challenges to proponents of Common Property Resource systems – despairing voices from the social forests of Zimbabwe. World Development, Vol. 29, No. 4: pp. 589-600, 2001.

74. W. de Jong, M. Melnyk, L. Alfaro, M. Rosales and M. Garcia. 2000. A concerted approach to uña de gato development in Peru. International Tree Crop Journal, 10 (4) 321-337.

75. W. de Jong, B. Campbell and J. Schroeder. 2000. Sustaining incomes from non timber forest products: Introduction and synthesis. International Tree Crop Journal 10 (4) 267-276.

76. W. de Jong. 2000. Micro-differences in local resource management: The case of honey in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.Human Ecology 28 (4) 631-639.

77. J. Baluarte Vásquez, Freitas Alvarado, L. Van De Kop, P., de Jong, W., Inga Sánchez, H., Meléndez Torres, W. 2000. El Bosque Secundario de la Llanura Aluvial Inundable en la Zona de Jenaro Herrera, Amazonia Peruana: Uso, Manejo y Contribucion a la Economia del Poblador Ribereño. Revista Forestal Del Peru.

78. L. Freitas Alvarado, Baluarte Vasquez, J., van de Kop, P., Inga Sánchez, H. de Jong, W., Melendez Torres, W., y Salazar Vega, A.  2000. Caracterizacion del Uso de la Tierra y Bosques Secundarios en la Llanura Aluvial Inundable de la Zona Muyuy-Iquitos, Amazonia Peruana. Revista Forestal del Peru.

79. W. de Jong, R. Utama, D. Rantan, S. Budhi, S. Kusmina, and F. Sriwardani. 1998. Appropriateness of Vitex pubescens production for swidden agriculturists. Forest, Farm, and Community Tree Research Reports, volume 3: 62-65.

80. F. Sriwardani, S. Budhi, S. Kusmina, R. Utama, D. Rantan, and W. de Jong. 1998. Effect of moisturizing treatments on germination of Vitex pubescens seeds. Forest, Farm, and Community Tree Research Reports, volume 3, 66-69.

81. S. Kusmina, S. Budhi, F. Sriwardani, R. Utama, D. Rantan, and W. de Jong. 1998. Effect of soil amendment on early growth of Vitex pubescens stumps. Forest, Farm, and Community Tree Research Reports, volume 3, 70-73.

82. W. de Jong. 1997. Developing swidden agriculture and the threat of biodiversity loss.  Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment, 62:187–197.

83. W. de Jong. 1996. Swidden fallow agroforestry in Amazonia: Diversity at close distance. Agroforestry Systems, 34 (3): 277-290.

84. M. Chibnik and W. de Jong. 1992. Organizacion de la mano de obra agricola en las comunidades ribereñas de la selva Peruana. Amazonia Peruana 21:181-215.

85. C. Padoch and W. de Jong. 1991. The house gardens of Santa Rosa: An Amazonian agricultural system. Economic Botany 45 (2): 166-175.

86. M. Chibnik and W. de Jong. 1990. Agricultural labor organization in the ribereño communities of the Peruvian Amazon. Ethnology XXVIII (1): 75-95.

87. C. Padoch and W. de Jong. 1989. Santa Rosa: The impact of forest products trade on an Amazonian village. Advances in Economic Botany 8: 151-158.

88. W. de Jong. 1987. Organización de trabajo en la Amazonia Peruana: El caso de las Sociedades Agricolas de Tamshiyacu. Amazonia Indigena 7(13) 11-17.

89. C. Padoch; J Chota; W. de Jong; J. Unruh. 1985. Amazonian agroforestry: a market-oriented system in Peru. Agroforestry Systems 3: 47-58.


Book Chapters


1. Wil de Jong, Takuya Takahashi, Georg Winkel, Agata Konczal, Nathaniel Anderson, David Andrew Wardell, 2023. Forest flickers of history: Early modern forest and woodland restoration. In: Pia Katila, Carol Colfer, Glenn Galloway, Wil de Jong, Pablo Pacheco, Georg Winkel, eds. Restoring forests and trees for sustainable development - Policies, practices, impacts and ways forward. Oxford University Press.

2. Wil de Jong, 2023. An overview of Himalayan forests. In: Amit Kumar, Wil de Jong, Rajiv Panday and Munesh Kumar, eds. 2023. Climate Change Vulnerability and Resilience of Himalayan Biodiversity and Forest Ecosystem Services. Elsevier.

3. Wil de Jong, 2023. Forest Transition and Ecosystem Services in Himalaya. In: Amit Kumar, Wil de Jong, Rajiv Panday and Munesh Kumar, eds. 2023. Climate Change Vulnerability and Resilience of Himalayan Biodiversity and Forest Ecosystem Services. Elsevier.

4. Andrea Flores Urushima, Benoit Jacquet, Wil de Jong, 2022. Evaluating the Folk Value of Kitayama Sugi under contemporary cultural changes. In Jeffrey Wall, ed. The Cultural Value of Trees. Taylor and Francis Group.

5. Wil de Jong and Glenn Galloway. The Sustainable Development Goals and their Implications for Tropical Forests. In Jürgen Blaser and Patrick D. Hardcastle, eds. Achieving sustainable management of tropical forests, 

6. De Jong, W. Glenn Galloway, Carol J. Pierce Colfer, Pia Katila, Georg Winkel, Pablo Pacheco. 2019. Synergies, Trade-offs and contextual conditions shaping impacts of the Sustainable Development Goals on forests and people. Chapter 18 in: Katila, P., Colfer, C.J.P., de Jong, W., Galloway, G., Pacheco, P. and Winkel, G. (eds.) 2019. Sustainable Development Goals: Their Impacts on Forests and People. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

7. Humphreys, D. B. Singer, K. McGinley, R. Smith, J. Budds, M. Gabay, S. Bhagwat, W. de Jong, H. Newing, C. Cross and P. Satyal. SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals – Focus on Forest Finance and Partnerships. Chapter 17 in: Katila, P., Colfer, C.J.P., de Jong, W., Galloway, G., Pacheco, P. and Winkel, G. (eds.) 2019. Sustainable Development Goals: Their Impacts on Forests and People. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

8. Wil de Jong, Marieke van der Zon, Andrea Flores Urushima, Yeo-Chang Youn, Jinlong Liu and Ning Li, 2018. Tenure, property rights and forest landscape restoration. Chapter 10 in  Stephanie Mansourian, John Parrotta, eds. Forest Landscape Restoration Integrated Approaches to Support Effective Implementation. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9781351620345/chapters/10.4324%2F9781315111872-10

9. Benjamin Cashore, Sina Leipold, Paolo Omar Cerutti, Gabriela Bueno, Sophia Carodenuto, Xiaoqian Chen, Wil de Jong, Audrey Denvir, Christian Hansen, David Humphreys, Kathleen McGinley, Iben Nathan, Christine Overdevest, Rafael Jacques Rodrigues, Metodi Sotirov, Michael W. Stone, Yitagesu Tekle, Tegegne, Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers, Georg Winkel, Valentin Yemelin and Jonathan Zeitlin. 2016. Global Governance Approaches to Addressing Illegal Logging: Uptake and Lessons Learnt. Chapter 7 in Daniela Kleinschmit, Stephanie Mansourian, Christoph Wildburger, Andre Purret, eds. Illegal Logging and Related Timber Trade - Dimensions, Drivers, Impacts and Responses. IUFRO World Series Vol. 35. file:///C:/Users/Wil%20de%20Jong/Downloads/ws35-low-res.pdf.

10. Eric Kemp-Benedict, Wil de Jong, and Pablo Pacheco. 2014. Forest futures: Linking global paths to local conditions. Chapter IV-5 in Pia Katila, Glenn Galloway, Wil de Jong, Gerardo Mery, Pablo Pacheco. Forests under pressure: Local responses to global issues.

11. Wil de Jong. Forest transition, sustainable forest management and forest rehabilitation: Linkages, complementarities and overlaps. In: P. Bhojviad ed. Sustainable Forest Management for Multiple Values: A Paradigm Shift. Forest Research Institute, Dehradun, India.

12. W. De Jong. 2012. Discourses of community forestry. In: B. Arts, S. van Bommel, M. Ros-Tonen and G. Verschoor, eds. Forest and people: Diverse interfaces and complex governance, pp 107-120. Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

13. W. de Jong and K. Evans. 2010. Transnational natural resource governance in border regions. Chapter 1 in: W. de Jong, D. Snelder, N. Ishikawa, ed. 2010. Transborder governance of forests, rivers and seas, pp 1-14. Earthscan, London.

14. W.de Jong. 2010. Territorialization, regionalism and natural resource management in the Peruvian Amazon. Chapter 5 in: W. de Jong, D. Snelder, N. Ishikawa, ed. 2010. Transborder governance of forests, rivers and seas, 67-82. Earthscan, London.

15. W.de Jong, J.Borner, P.Pacheco, B.Pokorny, C.Sabogal, C.Benneker, W.Cano, C.Cornejo, K.Evans, S.Ruiz, M.Zenteno. 2010. Amazon Forests at the Crossroads: Pressures, Responses, and Challenges. Chapter 6.8 in: Alfaro, R., Kanninen, M., Lobovikov, M., Mery, G., Swallow, B., Varjo, J. (Eds.). Future of Forests – Responding to Global Changes, pp 283-298. World Forestry Society and Environment.

16. W.de Jong, B.Pokorny, C.Cornejo, P.Pacheco, D.Stoian, C.Sabogal B.Louman. 2010. Opportunities and Challenges for Community forestry: Lessons from Tropical America. Chapter 6.9 in: Alfaro, R., Kanninen, M., Lobovikov, M., Mery, G., Swallow, B., Varjo, J. (Eds.). Forest and Society – Responding to Global Drivers of Change, pp 299-314. IUFRO - World Forestry Society and Environment.

17. M. Boissière, M. Sassen, D. Sheil, M. van Heist, W. de Jong, R. Cunliffe, M. Wan, M. Padmanaba, N. Liswanti, I. Basuki, K. Evans, P. Cronkleton, T. Lynam, P. Koponen, C. Bairaktari. 2010. Researching local perspectives on biodiversity: Lessons from ten case studies. Pp 113-142 in: Lawrence, A., ed. Taking stock of nature: participatory biodiversity assessment for policy planning and practice. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

18. W. de Jong, B. Pokorny, C. Sabogal, B. Louman, D. Stoian. 2008. Antecedentes, realidad y oportunidades del manejo forestal comunitario en América Latina. Pp 33-74 in C. Sabogal, W. de Jong, B. Pokorny, B.Lauman, eds. El manejo forestal comunitario en América Latina: experiencias, lecciones aprendidas  y retos para el futuro. Belem, Brazil. CIFOR, CATIE.

19. Wil de Jong. 2008. Community forestry and development. Pp 179-204: Forest Resources and mathematical modeling. Nophea Sasaki & Atsushi Yoshimoto, eds. Utsunomiya, Japan: Japan Society of Forest planning Press. 

20. D. Donovan, W. de Jong, K. Abe. 2007. Tropical forest and Extreme conflict. Chapter 1: Extreme conflicts and Tropical Forests. W. de Jong, D. Donovan, K. Abe, eds. Dordrecht, Netherlands, Springer.

21. C. Staver, W. de Jong, D. Kaimowitz. 2007. Nicaragua’s Frontier: the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve. Chapter 4: Extreme conflicts and Tropical Forests. W. de Jong, D. Donovan, K. Abe, eds. Dordrecht, Netherlands, Springer.

22. S. Price, D. Donovan, W. de Jong Conflict timber. 2007. Chapter 7: Extreme conflicts and Tropical Forests. W. de Jong, D. Donovan, K. Abe, eds. Dordrecht, Netherlands, Springer.

23. W. de Jong. 2007. Forest Management and Classification of Fallows by Bidayuh Farmers in West Kalimantan. Chapter 43 in: Voices from the Forest: Integrating Indigenous Knowledge into Sustainable Farming, pp 515-520. Malcolm Cairns, ed. Washoington DC: Resources for the Future.

24. W. de Jong, T.P. Lye and K. Abe. 2006. Migration and the social ecology of tropical forests. Chapter 1: The social ecology of tropical forests: Migration, populations and frontiers. W. de Jong, T.P. Lye and K. Abe, eds. Kyoto University Press and Trans Pacific Press.

25. W. de Jong. Understanding forest landscape dynamics. In: The Forest Landscape Restoration Handbook. Jenny Rietbergen-McCracken, Stewart Maginnis and Alastair Sarre eds. London, Earthscan.

26. L. Limachi, W. de Jong, C. Cornejo. 2006. Models of Migration in the Peruvian Amazon and their Impact on Tropical Forests. Chapter 4: The social ecology of tropical forests: Migration, populations and Frontiers. W. de Jong, T.P. Lye and K. Abe, eds. Kyoto University Press and Trans Pacific Press.

27. W. de Jong, T.P. Lye and K. Abe. 2006. Conclusions. Chapter 13: The social ecology of tropical forests: Migration, populations and frontiers. W. de Jong, T.P. Lye and K. Abe, eds. Kyoto University Press and Trans Pacific Press.

28. W. de Jong. 2005. Understanding forest landscape dynamics. In: International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO). Restoring forest landscapes: an introduction to the art and science of forest landscape restoration. Tokyo, Japan. ITTO Technical Series No. 23. 53-60.

29. U. Chokkalingam,  Sabogal C., Almeida, E., Carandang, A.P., Gumartini,T., de Jong, W., Brienza, Jr., S., Meza Lopez, A., Murniati, Nawir,A.A., Wibowo, L.R., Toma, T., Wollenberg, E., Zhou Zaichi. 2005. Local participation, livelihood needs, and institutional arrangements: three keys to sustainable rehabilitation of degraded tropical forest lands. Chapter 58: Forest restoration in landscapes: beyond planting trees, S. Mansourian, D. Vallauri, N. Dudley (eds.). New York, Springer, 405-414.

30. W. de Jong. 2002. Community forestry and the stewardship of tropical forests in Asia. In Donna J. Amaroso ed. Kyoto review of Southeast Asia: Selected Essays, pp 91-107. Kyoto: Center for Southeast Asia Studies. 

31. W. de Jong, M. Becker, S. Ruiz y C. Gottwald. 2004. El nuevo régimen forestal en el norte amazónico boliviano. Chapter 1: Retos y perspectivas del nuevo régimen forestal en el norte amazónico boliviano, W. Jong, ed. Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.

32. M. Pinedo Panduro and W. de Jong. 2004. Camu-camu (Myrciaria dubia McVaugh H.B.K.), Arbusto Amazónico de Áreas Inundables con Alto Contenido de Vitamina C. Chapter 14: Productos forestales, medios de subsistencia y conservación. Volumen 3 – America Latina. Miguel Alexiades and Patricia Shanley, eds, Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR

33. W. Nalvarte and W. de Jong. 2004. Uña de Gato. Chapter 15: Productos forestales, medios de subsistencia y conservación. Volumen 3 – America Latina. Miguel Alexiades and Patricia Shanley, eds, Bogor, Indonesia, CIFOR.

34. W. de Jong, L. Tuck-Po, K. Abe. 2003. The political ecology of tropical forests in Southeast Asia: Historical roots of modern problems. Chapter 1: The political ecology of forests in Southeast Asia. T.P. Lye, W. de Jong, K. Abe, eds. Kyoto University Press and Trans Pacific Press. 

35. W. de Jong, D. Rohadi, B.Belcher, R. Mustikasari, P. Levang.  2003. The political ecology of forest products in Indonesia: A history of changing adversaries. Chapter 4: The political ecology of forests in Southeast Asia. L. Tuck-Po, W. de Jong. K. Abe, eds. Kyoto University Press and Trans Pacific Press.

36. W. de Jong. 2003. Reconciling Agriculture with the Conservation of Tropical Forests. In: Dekker Encyclopedia of Plant & Crop Science; R. M. Goodman, editor. Marcel Dekker Inc., New York.evans

37. W. de Jong. 2001. When new technologies meet traditional forest management: The impact of rubber cultivation on the forest landscape in Borneo. Chapter 24: The impact of technological change in agricultural change on deforestation, Arild Angelsen and D. Kaimowitz, eds. CAB International.

38. R. Utama. D. Rantan, W. de Jong, S. Budhi. 1999. Income generation through rehabilitation of Imperata grasslands: Production of Vitex pubescens as a source of charcoal.  Pp 174-184 in: Domestication of agroforestry trees in Southeast Asia, Roshetko, J.M and Evans, D.O. eds.  Forest Farm and Tree Community Tree research Reports, Special Issues.

39. W. de Jong. Taking NTFP out of the forest: Management, production and biodiversity conservation. In: NTFP research in the Tropenbos programme: Results and perspectives.  Wageningen, the Netherlands, The Tropenbos Foundation.

40. W. de Jong, R. Utama. 1998. Turning ideas into action: Planning for non-timber forest product development. In: Incomes from the forest: Methods for the development and conservation of forest products for local communities, E. Wollenberg and A. Ingles, eds. Bogor, CIFOR, 1998.

41. W. de Jong. 1994. Recreating the forest: Successful examples of ethno-conservation among Dayak groups in central West Kalimantan Pp 295-304: Management of tropical forests: toward an integrated perspective, Oyvind Sandbukt, ed. Oslo, University of Oslo, Centre for Development and the Environment.

42. C. Padoch and W. de Jong.  1992. Subsistence- and market-oriented agroforestry in the Peruvian Amazon. Pp 226-237: The fragile Tropics of Latin America: Changing environments and their sustainable management, T. Nishizawa and J. Uitto, eds. Tokyo, United Nations University Press.

43. C. Padoch and W. de Jong. 1989. Diversity, variation, and change in ribereño agriculture. Pp 158-175: Indigenous patterns of resource management neotropical forests, K. Redford and C. Padoch, eds. New York, Columbia University Press.

44. C. Padoch and W. de Jong. 1987. Traditional agroforestry practices of native and peasant farmers of the lowland Peruvian Amazon. Pp 179-194: Agroforestry: Realities, possibilities and potentials, H.L.Gholz, ed. Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Martinus Nijhof Publishers.

45. C. Padoch and W. de Jong. 1987. Production and profit in agroforestry: An example from the Peruvian Amazon. Pp 102-113: Fragile lands of Latin America: Strategies for sustainable development, J.O. Browder, ed. Bolder, Westview Press.

 

 

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