Max Spoor
Max Spoor
International Institute of Social Studies, Emeritus Professor of Development Studies, The Hague
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Land grabbing in Latin America and the Caribbean
SM Borras Jr, JC Franco, S Gómez, C Kay, M Spoor
The Journal of Peasant Studies 39 (3-4), 845-872, 2012
Globalisation, poverty and conflict: a critical" development" reader
Springer, 2005
Land grabbing in post-Soviet Eurasia: the world’s largest agricultural land reserves at stake
O Visser, M Spoor
The Journal of Peasant Studies 38 (2), 299-323, 2011
Oligarchs, megafarms and land reserves: understanding land grabbing in Russia
O Visser, N Mamonova, M Spoor
The journal of peasant studies 39 (3-4), 899-931, 2012
Whose land? The political economy of land titling in transitional economies
P Ho, M Spoor
Land use policy 23 (4), 580-587, 2006
The Political Economy of Rural Livelihoods in Transition Economies: Land, peasants and rural poverty in transition
Routledge, 2009
The Aral Sea basin crisis: Transition and environment in former soviet Central Asia
M Spoor
Development and Change 29 (3), 409-435, 1998
The state of agrarian reform in the former Soviet Union
M Spoor, O Visser
Europe-Asia Studies 53 (6), 885-901, 2001
Climate change mitigation, land grabbing and conflict: towards a landscape-based and collaborative action research agenda
C Hunsberger, E Corbera, SM Borras, R De La Rosa, V Eang, JC Franco, ...
Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 2017
'Quiet Food Sovereignty' as Food Sovereignty without a Movement? Insights from Post-socialist Russia
O Visser, N Mamonova, M Spoor, A Nukulin
The Politics of Food Sovereignty: Concept, Practice and Social Movements …, 2017
Contesting rural resources: Emerging ‘forms’ of agrarian production in Uzbekistan
GJ Veldwisch, M Spoor
The Journal of Peasant Studies 35 (3), 424-451, 2008
Water, environmental security and sustainable rural development: conflict and cooperation in Central Eurasia
M Arsel, M Spoor
Routledge, 2009
Policy regimes and performance of the agricultural sector in Latin America and the Caribbean during the last three decades
M Spoor
Journal of Agrarian Change 2 (3), 381-400, 2002
XI. The'power of water'in a divided Central Asia
A Krutov, M Spoor
Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 2 (3), 593-614, 2003
Costs, effects and cost‐effectiveness of breast cancer control in Ghana
SG Zelle, KM Nyarko, WK Bosu, M Aikins, LM Niëns, JA Lauer, ...
Tropical Medicine & International Health 17 (8), 1031-1043, 2012
Transition to market economies in former Soviet Central Asia: Dependency, cotton and water
M Spoor
The European Journal of Development Research 5 (2), 142-158, 1993
Transition, institutions, and the rural sector
M Spoor
Lexington books, 2003
The'market panacea': agrarian transformation in developing countries and former socialist economies
M Spoor
Intermediate Technology Publications Ltd (ITP), 1997
Agrarian transition in former Soviet Central Asia: A comparative study of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan
M Spoor
The Journal of Peasant Studies 23 (1), 46-63, 1995
Restructuring Postponed? Large Russian Farm Enterprises' Coping with the Market'
M Spoor, O Visser
The Journal of Peasant Studies 31 (3-4), 515-551, 2004
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