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2014

Andonova, Liliana B. 2014. Boomerangs to partnerships? Explaining State participation in transnational partnerships for sustainability, Comparative Political Studies 47:481.

Barbosa, J. M., E. N. Broadbent, and M. D. Bitencourt. 2014. Remote sensing of aboveground biomass in tropical secondary forests: A review. International Journal of Forestry Research. 2014, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/715796.

Diaz Anadon, Laura, Kira Matus, Suerie Moon, Gabriel Chan, Alicia Harley, Sharmila Murthy, Vanessa Timmer, Ahmed Abdel Latif, Kathleen Araujo, Kayje Booker, Hyundo Choi, Kristian Dubrawski, Lonia Friedlander, Christina Ingersoll, Erin Kempster, Laura Pereira, Jennifer Stephens, Lee Vinsel, and William C. Clark. 2014. Innovation and Access to Technologies for Sustainable Development: Diagnosing Weaknesses and Identifying Interventions in the Transnational Arena. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper 2014-01. Sustainability Science Program and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Embrapa. 2014. Visão 2014-2034: o futuro do desenvolvimento tecnológico da agricultura brasileira: síntese [Vision 2014-2034: The future of the technological development of Brazilian agriculture: Synthesis]. (Judson Valentim, contributor) Brasília, DF : Embrapa.

Feng, Kuishuang, Klaus Hubacek, Laixiang Suna, Zhu Liu. 2014. Consumption-based CO2 accounting of China’s megacities: The case of Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Chongqing. Ecological Indicators. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2014.04.045.

Garb, Yaakov and Lonia Friedlander. 2014. From transfer to translation: Using systemic understandings of technology to understand drip irrigation uptakeAgricultural Systems 238(2014): 13-24, DOI: 10.1016/j.agsy.2014.04.003.

Greenstone, Michael and Rohini Pande. 2014. India's Particulate Problem, New York Times. February 9 [background material].

Guan, Dabo, Xin Su, Qiang Zhang, Glen P Peters, Zhu Liu, Yu Lei, and Kebin He. 2014. The socioeconomic drivers of China’s primary PM2.5 emissions. Environmental Research Letters. 9(2):024010.

Latawiec, A.E., B. B. N. Strassburg, J. F. Valentim, F. Ramos and H. N. Alves-Pinto. 2014. Intensiļ¬cation of cattle ranching production systems: Socioeconomic and environmental synergies and risks in Brazil. Animal 8(8):1255–1263, doi:10.1017/S1751731114001566.

Liang, Sai, Zhu Liu, Douglas Crawford-Brown, Yafei Wang, and Ming Xu. 2014. Decoupling analysis and socioeconomic drivers of environmental pressure in China. Environmental Science and Technology, doi: 10.1021/es4042429.

Livino, Angela, John Briscoe, Eunjee Lee, Paul Moorcroft, and Jerson Kelman. 2014. Climate change as a challenge to decision-makers in the management of the Brazilian hydropower Systems. The International Journal on Hydropower and Dams. 21(4):57-61.

Mello, Francisco F. C., Carlos E. P. Cerri, Christian A. Davies,  N. Michele Holbrook, Keith Paustian, Stoécio M. F. Maia, Marcelo V. Galdos, Martial Bernoux, and Carlos C. Cerri. 2014. Payback time for soil carbon and sugar-cane ethanol. Nature Climate Change. doi:10.1038/nclimate2239.

Moll-Rocek, Julian, Matthew E. Gilbert, and Eben N. Broadbent. 2014. Brazil Nut (Bertholletia excelsa, Lecythidaceae) Regeneration in Logging Gaps in the Peruvian Amazon, International Journal of Forestry Research. 2014, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/420764.

Moore, Scott. 2014. Hydropolitics in China: The pursuit of localized preferences in a centralized system. The China Quarterly. 218:1-21.

Moore, Scott. 2014. Moderization, authoritariansim, and the environment: The politics of China’s South-North water transfer project. Environmental Politics 23(6).

Moore, Scott. 2014. Pollution Without Revolution: Why China’s environmental crisis won’t bring down the regime. Foreign Affairs, Web, July 28.

Moore, Scott. 2014. The United States of China. New York Times, March 12.

Moore, Scott. 2014. Why China Needs new institutions to cope with looming water scarcity. Scholars Strategy Network Key Findings, Scholars Strategy Network, March.

Murthy, Sharmila. 2014. In India, dying to go: Why access to toilets is a women's rights issue. Cognoscenti. June 25.

Strassburg, Bernardo B.N., Agnieszka E. Latawiec, Luis G. Barioni, Carlos A. Nobre, Vanderley P. da Silva, Judson F. Valentim, Murilo Vianna, Eduardo D. Assad. 2014. When enough should be enough: Improving the use of current agricultural lands could meet production demands and spare natural habitats in Brazil, Global Environmental Change. 28(Sept):84-97.

Sudarshan, Anant and Nicholas Ryan. 2014. The right to clean air. The Indian Express. February 6.

Xu, Xiaoqi, John E. Taylor, and Anna Laura Pisello. 2014. Network synergy effect: Establishing a synergy between building network and peer network energy conservation effects. Energy and Buildings. 68:312-320.

Xu, Xiaoqi, Patricia J. Culligan, John E. Taylor. 2014. Energy Saving Alignment Strategy: Achieving energy efficiency in urban buildings by matching occupant temperature preferences with a building’s indoor thermal environment, Applied Energy 123: 209-219.

Zhang, Chao and Laura Diaz Anadon. 2014. A multi-regional input-output analysis of domestic virtual water trade and provincial water footprint in China. Ecological Economics. 100: 159-172, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2014.02.006.

2013

Asquith, Nigel. Investing in Latin America's water factories: incentives and institutions for climate compatible development. Revista. Winter 2013.

Cavender-Bares, Jeannine, James Heffernan, Elizabeth King, Stephen Polasky, Patricia Balvanera, and William C. Clark. 2013. Sustainability and biodiversity. In: Simon Levin (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, Vol 7, pp. 71-84. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.

Clark, William C. 2013. Energy, Technology and Development Challenges for Innovation Policy: What matters most? Presentation given at HKS Energy, Technology and Development Seminar, January 28.

Clark, William. 2013. From Earth Transformed to Sustainability Science. Geller Lecture at The Earth as Transformed by Human Action Conference, Clark University, Worcester, MA, April 2.

Duflo, Esther, Michael Greenstone, Rohini Pande, and Nicholas Ryan. 2013. Truth Telling by Third-party Auditors and the Response of Polluting Firms: Experiment Evidence from India. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 128(4): 314-9, doi:10.1093/qje/qjt024, first published online: October 9.

Diaz Anadon, Laura, Gabe Chan, Erin Kempster, Lee Vinsel, Jennie Stephens, Kathy Araujo, and Patricia Guardabassi. 2013. Energy Sector Discussion Paper: Background Paper for the Project on Innovation and Access to Technologies for Sustainable Development. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2013-03. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Duflo, Esther, Michael Greenstone, Rohini Pande, and Nicholas Ryan. 2013. What does reputation buy? Differentiation in a market for third-party auditors. American Economic Review 103(3): 314-19.

Frenk, Julio and Suerie Moon. 2013. Governance challenges in global health. New England Journal of Medicine 368:936-942.

Garrett, Rachael D., Ximena Rueda, and Eric F Lambin. 2013. Globalization's unexpected impact on soybean production in South America: Linkages between preferences for non-genetically modified crops, eco-certifications, and land use. Environmental Research Letters 8(4):1-11, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/4/044055.

Greenstone, Michael. 2013. See Red Flags, Hear Red Flags. New York Times, Dec 6.

Greenstone, Michael, Raahil Madhok, Rohini Pande, and Hardik Shah. 2013. Water pollution and public health in India: The potential for a market-friendly approach. In Health and South Asia, p. 61-65, Cambridge, MA: Harvard South Asia Institute.

Hao, Guang-You Hao, James K. Wheeler, N. Michele Holbrook and Guillermo Goldstein. 2013. Investigating xylem embolism formation, refilling and water storage in tree trunks using frequency domain reflectometry, Journal of Experimental Botany, doi:10.1093/jxb/ert090.

Jack, B. Kelsey and M. Recalde. 2013. Local leadership and the voluntary provision of public goods: Field evidence from Bolivia.

Kajenthira, Arani and Sharmila Murthy. 2013. Exploring urban water challenges in the Middle East: Integrating Islamic principles with demand management strategies. In Water Governance: An Evaluation of Alternative Architectures, A. Guanwansa and L. Bhullar, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.: Northhampton, MA.

Liu, Zhu, Dabo Guan, Douglas Crawford-Brown, Qiang Zhang, Kebin He, and Jianguo Liu. 2013. Energy policy: A low-carbon road map for China, Nature 500: 143–145, doi:10.1038/500143a.

Livino, Angela. 2013. Water. The energy sector and climate change in Brazil: Huge challenges. ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America. Winter 2013: 32-34.

Manik, Y, J Leahy, and A Halog. 2013. Social life cycle assessment of palm oil biodiesel: A case study in Jambi Province of Indonesia. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 18(7):1386-1392.

Matus, Kira, Vanessa Timmer, and Dwayne Appleby. 2013. Manufacturing Sector Discussion Paper: Background Paper for the Project on Innovation and Access to Technologies for Sustainable Development. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2013-04. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Moon, Suerie, Alyssa Yamamoto, and John-Arne Røttingen. 2013. Health Sector Discussion Paper: Background Paper for the Project on Innovation and Access to Technologies for Sustainable Development. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2013-05. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Moore, Scott. 2013. California’s sub-national diplomacy: The right approach. The Diplomat, October 11.

Moore, Scott. 2013. Calming the West's water wars. Los Angeles Times. May 3.

Moore, Scott. 2013. China must strengthen its institutions before unleashing market forces. South China Morning Post, November 19.

Moore, Scott. 2013. China needs more people power to control pollution. World Politics Review. March 20.

Moore, Scott. 2013. China's massive water problem. International Herald Tribune. March 29.

Moore, Scott. 2013. Cooperation, not litigation, best for managing water resources. Orlando Sentinel, September 30.

Moore, Scott. 2013. Dilemmas of Regional Governance: Sub-National Territorial Politics and River Basin Management in the USA, France, China, and India. Dissertation submitted for PhD in Politics. Oxford, UK: University of Oxford.

Moore, Scott. 2013. The people are Beijing's ally in fight for cleaner air. South China Morning Post. January 23.

Moore, Scott. 2013. The Politics of Thirst: Managing Water Resources under Scarcity in the Yellow River Basin, People’s Republic of China. Discussion Paper 2013-08, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Sustainability Science Program, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Moore, Scott. 2013. Water resource issues, policy and politics in China. Issue Brief.  John L Thornton China Center, Brookings Institution: Washington, DC.

Moore, Scott. 2013. What’s the most critical and under-appreciated issue in international security? World peace. Power and Policy. February 7.

Murthy, Sharmila, Laura Pereira, Alicia Harley, Daniel Shemie, Eunjee Lee, Patricia Guardabassi, Chao Zhang, and Scott Moore. 2013. The Role of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Helping Decision-Makers Meet Food, Energy and Water (FEW) Needs. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2013-02, November. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Murthy, Sharmila L., Françoise Bichai, Sharon Davis, Mark Williams, Arani Kajenthira, and Daniele Lantagne. 2013. Water Sector Discussion Paper: Background Paper for the Project on Innovation and Access to Technologies for Sustainable Development. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2013-01, September. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Murthy, Sharmila, M. Williams and E. Baskin. 2013. The human right to water in Israel: A case study of the unrecognized Bedouin villages in the Negev. Israel Law Review 46(1):25-59.

Murthy, Sharmila. 2013. The human right(s) to water and sanitation: history, meaning and the controversy over privatization. Berkeley Journal of International Law 31(1).

Pande, Rohini, Esther Duflo, Michael Greenstone, and Nicholas Ryan. 2013. Truth-telling by third-party auditors and the response of polluting firms: Experimental evidence from India. CID Working Paper No. 262. Center for International Development, Harvard University.

Pereira, Laura M. 2013. The future of the food system: Cases involving the private sector in South Africa. Sustainability 5(3): 1234-1255.Williams, Mark and Sharmila Murthy. 2013. Reconciling the carbon market and the human right to water: The role of suppressed demand under clean development mechanism and the gold standard. Environmental Law 43(3).

Rivera-Ferre, Marta G. , Laura Pereira, Timothy Karpouzoglou, Kimberly A. Nicholas, Sheila Onzere, Wilma Waterlander, Fawzi Mahomoodally, Anton Vrieling, Fola D. Babalola, Caroline C. Ummenhofer, Atul Dogra, Aline de Conti, Susanne Baldermann, Chijioke Evoh, Silke Bollmohr. 2013. A vision for transdisciplinarity in Future Earth: Perspectives from young researchers, Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 3(4): 249–260. http://dx.doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2013.034.028.

The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab. 2013. Truth-telling in third-party audits: Featuring an evaluation by Esther Duflo, Michael Greenstone, Rohini Pande, and Nicholas Ryan, The J-PAL Briefcase. October 2013.

The Editors. 2013. Global Insider: China May move toward water-sharing agreements. World Politics Review. Feb 27.Murthy, Sharmila. 2013. The human right(s) to water and sanitation: history, meaning and the controversy over privatization. Berkeley Journal of International Law 31(1).

Zezza, Annalisa. 2013. Sustainability certification in the biofuel sector: A case study of Brazilian ethanol. Discussion Paper 2013-03, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Sustainability Science Program, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Zhang, Chao and Laura Diaz Anadon. 2013. Life cycle water use of energy production and its environmental impacts in China, Environmental Science and Technology 47(24): 14459-14467, DOI: 10.1021/es402556x

Zhang, Chao., M. Bruce Beck, and Jining Chen. 2013. Gauging the impact of global trade on China’s local environmental burden. Journal of Cleaner Production. 54: 270-281.

Zhang, Yong-Jiang, Qiu-Yun Yang, David W. Lee, Guillermo Goldstein, Kun-Fang Cao.  2013. Extended leaf senescence promotes carbon gain and nutrient resorption: Importance of maintaining winter photosynthesis in subtropical forests. Oecologia. DOI 10.1007/s00442-013-2672-1.

2012

Ajayi, O.C., B. Kelsey. Jack and B. Leimon. 2012. Auction Design for the Private Provision of Public Goods in Developing Countries: Lessons from Payments for Environmental Services in Malawi and Indonesia, World Development 40(6): 1213-1223.

Almeyda Zambrano, Angélica M. 2012. The Political Ecology of Land Conversion in the Tri-National Border of Southwest Amazonia. PhD dissertation, Anthropology Department, Stanford University.

Andonova, Liliana and Assia Alexieva. 2012. Continuity and change in Russia's climate negotiations position and strategy. Climate Policy 12(5): 614-629.

Andonova, Liliana and Manfred Elsig. 2012. Informal international lawmaking: A conceptual view from international relations In Joost Pauwelyn, Ramses Wessel, Jan Wouters, eds. Informal International Lawmaking. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Andonova, Liliana and Matthew Hoffmann. 2012. From Rio to Rio and beyond: Innovation in global environmental governance. Journal of Environment and Development 21(1): 57-61.

Andonova, Liliana and Stacy VanDeveer. 2012. EU expansion and the internationalization of environmental politics in Central and Eastern Europe In Paul F. Steinberg and Stacy D. VanDeveer, eds. Comparative Environmental Politics. Theory, Practice, and Prospects, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Ashraf, Nava, B. Kelsey. Jack and Emir Kamenica. 2012. Information and subsidies: Complements or substitutes? Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, forthcoming.

Ashraf, Nava, O. Bandiera and B. Kelsey. Jack. 2012. No margin, no mission? A field experiment on the role of incentives in the distribution of public goods. 8834. Submitted.

Barrios E., Coutinho H.L.C., Medeiros C.A.B. 2012. InPaC-S: Participatory Knowledge Integration on Indicators of Soil Quality – Methodological Guide. World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Embrapa, CIAT: Nairobi.

Binz, Christian, Bernhard Truffer, Li Li, Yajuan Shi, Yonglong Lu. 2012. Conceptualizing leapfrogging with spatially coupled innovation systems: The case of onsite wastewater treatment in China, Technological Forecasting and Social Change 79(1): 155-171.

Bossi, Andrea, Robert Howard, Davide Geneletti, and Simone Ferrari. 2012. UK and Italian EIA systems: A comparative study on management practice and performance in the construction industry, Environmental Impact Assessment Review 34: 1–11.

Broadbent, Eben N. 2012. Tropical forests across temporal and spatial scales. PhD dissertation, Biology Department, Stanford University.

Broadbent EN, Almeyda Zambrano AM, Dirzo R, Durham WH, Driscoll L, Gallagher P, Salters R, Schultz J, Colmenares A. 2012.  The effect of land use change and ecotourism on biodiversity: a study of Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica, from 1985-2008. Landscape Ecology 27:731-744.

Brollo, Fernanda and Ugo Troiano. 2012. What happens when a woman wins a close election? Evidence from Brazil Social Science Research Network paper, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1999067 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1999067.

Cash, David. 2012. Strategic Action at the Science-Policy Interface. Presentation at Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, 5 October.

Chan, Gabriel, Robert Stavins, Robert Stowe, Richard Sweeney. 2012. The SO2 Allowance-Trading System and the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990: Reflections on 20 Years of Policy Innovation. National Tax Journal, 65: 419-452; http://ntj.tax.org.

Clark, William C. 2012. Sustainability science: It's origins, evolution and challenges. Worlds within Reach: From Science to Policy. IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference. Laxenburg, Austria. Lecture given October 26.

Coelho, S.T.; Guardabassi, P.; Grisoli, R. 2012. Brazilian success story with regard to biofuels and the lessons learnt. Energy Security Insights.

Fan, Ze-Xin, Shi-Bao Zhang, Guang-You Hao, JW Ferry Slik and Kun-Frang Cao. 2012. Hydraulic conductivity traits predict growth rates and adult stature of 40 Asian tropical tree species better than wood density. Journal of Ecology 100(3): 732-741.

Geneletti, Davide. 2012. Assessing the impact of alternative land-use zoning policies on future ecosystem services, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2012.12.003.

Geneletti, Davide. 2012. Integrating Ecosystem Services in Land Use Planning: Concepts and Applications. CID Research Fellow & Graduate Student Working Paper No. 54, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Gilbert, Matthew E., Alicia Pou, Maciej A. Zwieniecki, and N. Michele Holbrook. 2012. On measuring the response of mesophyll conductance to carbon dioxide with the variable J method, Journal of Experimental Botany 63 (1): 413-425.

Globalization TrendLab 2012. 2012. Sustainability: New Perspectives and Opportunities. Philadelphia, PA: The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

Hanna, Rema, Esther Duflo, Esther and Michael Greenstone. 2012. Up in Smoke: The Influence of Household Behavior on the Long-Run Impact of Improved Cooking Stoves Cambridge: MIT Department of Economics Working Paper No. 12-10.

Jack, B. Kelsey. 2012. Private information and the allocation of land use subsidies in Malawi, American Economic Journal: Applied, forthcoming.

Matus, Kira J., , William C Clark, Paul T Anastas, Julie B Zimmerman. 2012. Barriers to the implementation of green chemistry in the United States. Environmental Science and Technology, 46(20):10892-9. DOI:10.1021/es3021777.

Meeks, Robyn. 2012. Essays on the Economics of Household Water Access in Developing Countries, Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Public Policy, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Mintz-Habib, Nazia. 2012. Biofuels Experience in Malaysia: A political economic analysis, Energy Policy 38(8): 3985-3997.

Moon, Suerie, Nicole A. Szlezák, Catherine M. Michaud, Dean T. Jamison, Gerald T. Keusch, William C. Clark, Barry R. Bloom. 2012. The global health system: Lessons for a stronger institutional framework. In World Health Report 2012: No Health without Research. iMed Pub.

Moore, Scott. 2012. Are we destined to fight over scarce water resources? International Security Network. October 16.

Murthy, Sharmila. 2012. Land Security and the challenges of realizing the human right to water and sanitation in the slums of Mumbai, India. Health and Human Rights Journal 14(2): 61-73.

Mwangi, Esther, Helen Markelova, and Ruth Meinzen-Dick, eds. 2012. Collective Action and Property Rights for Poverty Reduction: Insights from Africa and Asia. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Olivares-Amaya, Roberto , Dmitrij Rappoport, Philip A. Munoz, Paul Peng, Eric Mazur, and Alán Aspuru-Guzik. 2012. Can Mixed-Metal Surfaces Provide an Additional Enhancement to SERS? Journal of Physical Chemistry. C, 2012, 116 (29):15568–15575.

Olivares-Amaya, Roberto. 2012. Quantum Chemistry in Nanoscale Environments: Insights on Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering and Organic Photovoltaics. A dissertation presented to the Committee on the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Pande, Rohini, Deanna Ford, Nick Ryan and Anant Sudarshan. 2012. Industrial Pollution, Regulation and Growth: Governance Challenges and Innovations – The 2012 San Servolo Workshop on Grand Challenges of Sustainability. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2012-02. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Pande, Rohini, Nick Ryan, Anant Sudarshan and Elizabeth Walker. 2012. Industrial Pollution, Regulation and Growth: Governance Challenges and Innovations – Background Paper for the 2012 San Servolo Workshop on Grand Challenges of Sustainability. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2012-01. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Portale, Elisa. 2012. Socio-Economic Sustainability of Biofuel Production in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from a Jatropha Outgrower Model in Rural Tanzania. CID Research Fellow and Graduate Student Working Paper No. 56, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Rantala, Salla. 2012. Knowledge and brokerage in REDD+ policy making: A Policy Networks Analysis of the case of Tanzania. Sustainability Science Program Working Paper No. 2012-03. Sustainability Science Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, and Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia.

Risse, Mathias. 2012. Environmental justice. Global Political Philosophy. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 119-143.

Steffen, Jenner, Gabriel Chan, Rofl Frankenberger, Mathias Gabel. 2012. What Drives States to Support Renewable Energy?Energy Journal, 33(2).

Szlezák, Nicole A. 2012. The Making of Global Health Governance: China and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Thorlakson, Tannis and Henry Neufeldt. 2012. Reducing subsistence farmers' vulnerability to climate change: Evaluating the potential contributions of agroforestry in western Kenya, Agriculture and Food Security 1:15.

Truffer, Bernhard and Lars Coenen. 2012. Environmental innovation and sustainability transitions in regional studies, Regional Studies 46(1): 1-21.

Worch, Hagen, Bernhard Truffer, Mundia Kabinga, Jochen Markard, and Anton Eberhard. 2012. Tackling the Capability Gap in Utility Firms: Applying Management Research to Infrastructure Sectors. CID Research Fellow and Graduate Student Working Paper No. 55, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Volkoff, B., Mello, F.F.C., Maia, S.M.F., Cerri, C.E.P. 2012. Landscape and soil regionalization in southern Brazilian Amazon and contiguous areas: methodology and relevance for ecological studies. Scientia Agricola 69(3): 217-225.

2011

Anadon, Laura Diaz, Matthew Bunn, Gabriel Chan, Melissa Chan, Charles Jones, Ruud Kempener, Audrey Lee, and Venkatesh Narayanamurti. 2011. Transforming U.S. Energy Innovation: Harvard Energy Research Development, Deployment, and Demonstration Report. Cambridge, Mass.: Report for Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.

Bagli, Stefano, Davide Geneletti Francesco Orsi. 2011. Routeing of power lines through least-cost path analysis and multicriteria evaluation to minimise environmental impacts. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 31: 234–239.

Bosetti, Valentina and Jeffrey Frankel. 2011. How to agree emissions targets at Durban, VoxEU, November 28.

Bosetti, Valentina and Jeffrey Frankel. 2011. Politically Feasible Emission Target Formulas to Attain 460 ppm CO2 Concentrations, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (Oxford University Press) Winter 2011-12, doi: 10.1093/reep/rer022; Harvard Kennedy School Faculty Working Paper Research Working Paper 11-016, Feb. 2011. Revised  from Global Climate Policy Architecture and Political Feasibility: Specific Formulas and Emission Targets to Attain 460PPM CO2 Concentrations, National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper 15516, Nov. 2009 and Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements Working Paper 09-30, Sept. 2009.

Bosetti, Valentina and Jeffrey Frankel. 2011. Politically Feasible Emissions Targets to Attain 460 ppm CO2 Concentrations. CID Working Paper No. 226, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Bosetti, Valentina and Jeffrey Frankel. 2011. Sustainable Cooperation in Global Climate Policy: Specific Formulas and Emission Targets to Build on Copenhagen and Cancun, National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper 17669, Dec. 2011, Cambridge, MA; Harvard Program on Climate Agreements Discussion Paper No. 46, Sept. 2011; and Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei Working Paper 66, Sept. 2011.

Carranza, Eliana. 2011. Essays on Development Economics, Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the subject of Political Economy and Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Chen, Xiaodong, M. Nils Peterson, Vanessa Hull, Chuntian Lu, Graise D. Lee, Dayong Hong, Jianguo Liu. 2011. Effects of attitudinal and sociodemographic factors on pro-environmental behaviour in urban China. Environmental Conservation. DOI: 10.1017/S037689291000086X, published online: 18 Jan 2011.

Chen, Xiaodong, Frank Lupi, Li An, Ryan Sheely, Andrés Vina, Jianguo Liu. 2011. Agent-based modeling of the effects of social norms on enrollment in payments for ecosystem services. Ecological Modelling, doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2011.06.007.

Church Jon Marco and Nicholas Maisetti. 2011. On the sustainability of urban institutional dynamics: Capitalization, decentralization and the case of two alpine cities. Environnement urbain / Urban Environment 5: a24 - a37.

Clark WC, Tomich TP, van Noordwijk M, Guston D, Catacutan D, Dickson NM, McNie E. 2011. Boundary work for sustainable development: Natural resource management at the consultative group on international agricultural research (CGIAR)Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0900231108.

Cravioto, Alejando (Chair), Claudio Lanata, Daniele Lantagne, and G. Balakrish Nair. 2011. Report of the Independent Panel of Experts on the Cholera Outbreak in Haiti. Submitted to UN Secretary General, NY: UN.

d’Adda, Giovanna. 2011. Social norms and motivation crowding in environmental conservation: Evidence from an artefactual field experiment. Ecological Economics 70(11): 2083–2097.

Diamantini, Corrado, Davide Geneletti and Roberta Nicchia. 2011. Promoting urban cohesion through town planning: The case of Caia, Mozambique. International Development Planning Review 33(2): 169-186.

Geneletti, Davide. 2011. Environmental assessment of spatial plan policies through land use scenarios: A study in a fast-developing town in rural Mozambique. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 32(1): 1-10.

Geneletti, Davide. 2011. Reasons and options for integrating ecosystem services in strategic environmental assessment of spatial planning. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services and Management, DOI:10.1080/21513732.2011.617711.

Gilbert, Mathew and N. Michelle Holbrook. 2011. Limitations to crop diversification for enhancing the resilience of rain-fed subsistence agriculture to drought. CID Working Paper No. 228, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Gilbert, Matthew, N. Michele Holbrook, M.A. Zwieniecki, W. Sadok, and T.R. Sinclair, TR. 2011. Field confirmation of genetic variation in soybean transpiration response to vapor pressure deficit and photosynthetic compensation for this effect. Field Crops Research 124(1): 85-92.

Gilbert, Matthew E., Maciej A. Zwieniecki, and N. Michele Holbrook. 2011. Independent variation in photosynthetic capacity and stomatal conductance leads to differences in intrinsic water use efficiency in 11 soybean genotypes before and during mild drought, Journal of Experimental Botany 62(8): 2875-2887.

Giraldo, Juan Pablo. 2011. Linking Leaf Senescence to Ecosystem Productivity: Physiological Mechanisms and Ecological Processes. CID Working Paper No. 51, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Greenstone, Michael and Rema Hanna. 2011. Environmental Regulations, Air and Water Pollution, and Infant Mortality in India. CID Working Paper No. 224, July 2011, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Greenstone, Michael, Aparna Krishnan, Rohini Pande, Nicholas Ryan, and Anant Sudarshan. 2011. Improving human health through a market-friendly emissions scheme. Paper presented at seminar on Global Environment and Disaster Management: Law and Society organized by the Supreme Court of India, July 23, Delhi, India.

Guidi, Daniele. 2011. Sustainable Agriculture Enterprise: Framing Strategies to Support Smallholder Inclusive Value Chains for Rural Poverty Alleviation. CID Working Paper No. 53, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Hachmann, Johannes, Roberto Olivares-Amaya, Sule Atahan-Evrenk, Carlos Amador-Bedolla, Roel S. Sanchez-Carrera, Aryeh Gold-Parker, Leslie Vogt, Anna M. Brockway, and Alan Aspuru-Guzik. 2011. The Harvard Clean Energy Project: Large-scale computational screening and design of organic photovoltaics on the world community grid. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2: 2241 – 2251.

Hanna, Rema and Paulina Oliva. 2011. The Effect of Pollution on Labor Supply: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Mexico City. CID Working Paper No. 225, August 2011, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Hao, Guang-You, Guillermo Goldstein, Lawren Sack, N. Michele Holbrook, Zhi-Hui Liu, Ai-Ying Wang, Rhett D. Harrison, Zhi-Hui Su, and Kun-Fang Cao. 2011. Ecology of hemiepiphytism in fig species is based on evolutionary correlation of hydraulics and carbon economy. Ecology 92:2117-2130. [doi:10.1890/11-0269.1]

Hao, Guang-You Hao, Ai-Ying Wang, Zhi-Hui Liu, Augusto C. Franco, Guillermo Goldstein, and Kun-Fang Cao. 2011. Differentiation in light energy dissipation between hemiepiphytic and non-hemiepiphytic Ficus species with contrasting xylem hydraulic conductivity. Tree Physiology 31(6): 626–636. [doi:10.1093/treephys/tpr035]

Hao, Guangyou. 2011. Effect of Polyploidy on Ecophysiology of Four-Wing Saltbush: Implications for its Sustainable Use in Agriculture and Degraded Land Reclamation.
CID Working Paper No. 52, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Hornbeck, Richard and Pinar Keskin. 2011. The Evolving Impact of the Ogallala Aquifer: Agricultural Adaptation To Groundwater And Climate. NBER Working Paper 17625, Cambridge, MA:  National Bureau of Economic Research.

Jack, B. Kelsey. 2011. Market Inefficiencies and the Adoption of Agricultural Technologies in Developing Countries. CID Working Paper No. 50, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Juma, Calestous. 2011. Science meets farming in Africa. Science 334(6061): 1323.

Kates, Robert W., From the Unity of Nature to Sustainability Science: Ideas and Practice. CID Working Paper No. 218. Center for International Development, Harvard University. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, March 2011.

Kremer, Michael, Jessica Leino, Edward Miguel, and Alix Peterson Zwane. 2011. Spring cleaning: Rural water impacts, valuation, and institutions. Quarterly Journal of Economics. 126 (1): 145-205.

Lantagne, Daniele. 2011. Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage in Emergencies. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Disease, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

Lantagne, D., K. Preston, E. Blanton, N. Kotlarz, H. Gezagehn, E. van Dusen, J. Berens, K. Jellison. 2011. Hypochlorite solution expiry and stability in household water treatment in developing countries. Journal of Environmental Engineering 137(2): 131-6.

Meeks, Robyn. 2011. Communal Taps: Assessing the Impact of Shared Pipe Water Supplies in Kyrgyzstan. CID Working Paper No. 49, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Mwangi, Esther, Yan Sun, and Ruth Meinzen-Dick. 2011. Gender and sustainable forest management in East Africa and Latin America. Ecology and Society 16 (1): 17. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol16/iss1/art17.

Nayak, Prateep Kumar. 2011. Change and Marginalisation: Livelihoods, Commons Institutions and Environmental Justice in Chilika Lagoon, India. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Natural Resources Institute, University of Manitoba, Canada.

Olivares-Amaya, Roberto, Carlos Amador-Bedolla, Johannes Hachmann, Sule Atahan-Evrenk, Roel S. Sánchez-Carrera, Leslie Vogt and Alán Aspuru-Guzik. 2011. Accelerated computational discovery of high-performance materials for organic photovoltaics by means of cheminformatics. Energy and Environmental Science 4: 4849-4861.

Olivares-Amaya, Roberto, Michael Stopa, Xavier Andrade, Mark Watson, and Alan Aspuru-Guzik. 2011. Anion stabilization in electrostatic environments. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters  2: 682-688.

Orsi, Francesco, Richard L. Church, and Davide Geneletti. 2011. Restoring forest landscapes for biodiversity conservation and rural livelihoods: A spatial optimization model. Environmental Modelling and Software, 1-17.

Scolozzi, Rocco and Davide Geneletti. 2011. Spatial rule-based assessment of habitat potential to predict impact of land use changes on biodiversity at municipal scale. Environmental Management 47(3): 368–383.

Sun, Yan, Mwangi, E. and Ruth Meinzen-Dick. 2011. Is gender an important factor influencing user groups’ property rights and forestry governance? Empirical analysis from East Africa and Latin America. International Forestry Review 13(2): 245-258.

Swann, Abigail L. S., Inez Y. Fung, John C. H. Chiang. 2011. Mid latitude afforestation shifts general circulation and tropical precipitation, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi/10.1073/pnas.1116706108.

Van den Bergh, Jeroen C.J.M, Bernhard Truffer, and Giorgos Kallisa. 2011. Environmental innovation and societal transitions: Introduction and overview. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. 1(1):1-23.

Vettorato, Daniele, Davide Geneletti, and Pietro Zambelli. 2011. Spatial comparison of renewable energy supply and energy demand for low-carbon settlements. Cities 28(6): 557-566.

Vicarelli, Marta. 2011. Essays on Climatic Risks and Vulnerability-Reduction Strategies. Doctoral Dissertation, Sustainable Development Program, Columbia University.

Zwane, Alix Peterson, Jonathan Zinman, Eric Van Dusen, William Pariente, Clair Null, Edward Miguel, Michael Kremer, Dean S. Karlan, Richard Hornbeck, Xavier Giné, Esther Duflo, Florencia Devoto, Bruno Crepon, and Abhijit Banerjee. 2011. Being surveyed can change later behavior and related parameter estimates, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (5): 1821–1826.

2010

Ahuja, Amrita, Michael Kremer, and Alix Peterson Zwane. 2010. Providing safe water: Evidence from randomized evaluations. Annual Review of Resource Economics 2: 237-256.

Ashraf, Nava, James Berry, and Jesse M. Shapiro. 2010. Can higher prices stimulate product use? Evidence from a field experiment in Zambia, American Economic Review 100(5): 2383–2413.

Bawa, Kamaljit S., Lian Pin Koh, Tien Ming Lee, Jianguo Liu, P. S. Ramakrishnan, Douglas W. Yu, Ya-ping Zhang, Peter H. Raven. 2010. China, India, and the environment, Science 327(5972):1457-1458.

Buizer, James, Katharine Jacobs, and David Cash. 2010. Making short-term climate forecasts useful: Linking science and action, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi:10.1073/pnas.0900518107.

Church, Jon Marco. 2010. Environmental Regionalism: The Challenge of the Alpine Convention and the "Strange Case" of the Andean Community. CID Research Fellow and Graduate Student Working Paper No. 47. Center for International Development at Harvard University.

Clark, William C., Thomas P. Tomich, Meine van Noordwijk, Nancy M. Dickson, Delia Catacutan, David Guston, Elizabeth McNie. 2010. Toward a General Theory of Boundary Work: Insights from the CGIAR’s Natural Resource Management Programs. CID Working Paper No. 199. Center for International Development at Harvard University.

Clark, William C., Patti Kristjanson, Bruce Campbell,  Calestous Juma, Noel M. Holbrook, Gerald Nelson, and Nancy Dickson. 2010. Enhancing Food Security in an Era of Global Climate Change: An Executive Session on Grand Challenges of the Sustainability Transition, San Servolo Island, Venice – June 6-9, 2010. CID Working Paper No. 198. Center for International Development at Harvard University.

Clark, William C., Nicole A. Szlezak, Suerie Moon, Barry R. Bloom, Gerald T. Keusch, Catherine M. Michaud, Dean T. Jamison, Julio Frenk, and Wen L. Kilama. 2010. The Global Health System: Institutions in a Time of Transition. CID Working Paper No. 193. Center for International Development at Harvard University.

d'Adda, Giovanna. Social Norms and Motivation Crowding in Environmental Protection: Evidence From a (Lab) Field Experiment. 2010. CID Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Working Paper No. 44. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Dionisio, KL, RE Arku, AF Hughes, J Vallarino, H Carmichael, JD Spengler, S Agyei-Mensah , and M  Ezzati. 2010. Air pollution in Accra neighborhoods: Spatial, socioeconomic, and temporal patterns. Environmental Science and Technology. 44(7):2270–2276

Dionisio, KL, MS Rooney, RE Arku, AB Friedman, AF Hughes, J Vallarino, S Agyei-Mensah, JD Spengler, and M Ezzati. 2010. Within-neighborhood patterns and sources of particle pollution: Mobile monitoring and GIS analysis in four Accra communities. Environmental Health Perspectives 118:607-613.

Frenk, Julio. 2010. The global health system: Strengthening national health systems as the next step for global progress. Public Library of Science Medicine. 7(1):e1000189.

Jack, B. Kelsey. 2010. Allocation in Environmental Markets: A Field Experiment with Tree Planting Contracts. HEEP Discussion Paper 2010-14, Cambridge, MA: Harvard Environmental Economics Program.

Jack, Kelsey. 2010. Barriers to the adoption of agricultural technologies in developing countries. Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative, Draft whitepaper paper for JPAL (MIT – CEGA (Berkeley).

Jack, B. Kelsey. 2010. Essays on Developing Country Markets in Environment and Health. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the subject of Public Policy, Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Jacobs, Katharine, Louis Lebel, James Buizer, Lee Addams, Pamela Matson, Ellen McCullough, Po Garden, George Saliba, and Timothy Finan. 2010. Linking knowledge with action in the pursuit of sustainable water-resources management, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi:10.1073/pnas.0813125107.

Juma, Calestous. 2010. The New Harvest: Agricultural Innovation in Africa. Oxford: Oxford Univ Press.

Kates, Robert W., ed. 2010. Readings in Sustainability Science and Technology. CID Working Paper No. 213. Center for International Development, Harvard University. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, December 2010.

Keusch, Gerald T., Wen Kilama, Suerie Moon, Nicole A. Szlezák, Catherine Michaud. 2010. Global health system: Linking knowledge with action -- learning from malaria. Public Library of Science Medicine. 7(1):e1000179.

Ksoll, C., Rocco Macchiavello, and Ameet Morjaria. 2010. The Effect of Ethnic Violence on an Export-Oriented Industry. CID Working Paper No. 48, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Kwaw S. Andam, Paul J. Ferraro, Katharine R. E. Sims, Andrew Healy, and Margaret B. Holland. 2010. Protected Areas Reduced Poverty in Costa Rica and Thailand, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(22): 9996-10001.

Keusch, Gerald T., Wen Kilama, Suerie Moon, Nicole A. Szlezák, Catherine Michaud. 2010. Global health system: Linking knowledge with action -- learning from malaria. Public Library of Science Medicine. 7(1):e1000179.

Lantagne, Daniele. 2010. Comment on ”An observational study on the effectiveness of point-of-use chlorination." Journal of Environmental Health 72(2):38-9.

Lantagne, Daniele, Fred Cardinali, and Ben C. Blount. 2010. Disinfection by-product formation and mitigation strategies in point-of-use chlorination with sodium dichloroisocyanurate in Tanzania. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 83(1):135-43.

Lantagne, Daniele, Molly Klarman, Ally Mayer, Kelsey Preston, Julie Napotnik, and Kristen Jellison. 2010. Effect of production variables on microbiological removal in locally-produced ceramic ?lters for household water treatment. International Journal of Environmental Health Research 20(3), 171-87.

Lawrence, Robert Z. 2010. How Good Politics Results in Bad Policy: The Case of Biofuel Mandates. CID Working Paper No. 200, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University.

Lebel, Louis, Po Garden, Amy Luers, David Manuel-Navarrete, and Dao Huy Giap. 2010. Knowledge and innovation relationships in the shrimp industry in Thailand and Mexico, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi:10.1073/pnas.0900555106.

Levin, Simon A., and William C. Clark, Eds. 2010. Toward a Science of Sustainability: Report from Toward a Science of Sustainability Conference, Airlie Center, Warrenton, Virginia,  November 29, 2009 – December 2, 2009. CID Working Paper No. 196, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Levin, Simon A., and William C. Clark, Eds. 2010. Toward a Science of Sustainability. Report from Toward a Science of Sustainability Conference, Airlie Center, Warrenton, Virginia,  November 29, 2009 – December 2, 2009. Princeton, NJ: Center for Biocomplexity, Environmental Institute, Princeton University and Cambridge, MA: Sustainability Science Program, Center for International Development, Harvard University.

Matus, Kira J.M. 2010. Innovating for development : Policy incentives for a cleaner supply chain: The case of green chemistry. Journal of International Affairs 64(1):121-136.

Moon, Suerie. 2010. Embedding Neoliberalism: Global Health and the Evolution of the Global Intellectual Property Regime (1995-2009). Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the subject of Public Policy, Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Moon, Suerie, Nicole A. Szlezák, Catherine Michaud, Gerald T. Keusch, Dean T. Jamison, William C. Clark, Barry R. Bloom. 2010. The global health system: Lessons for a stronger institutional framework. Public Library of Science Medicine. 7(1):e1000193.

Mwangi, Esther. 2010. Bumbling bureaucrats, sluggish courts and forum-shopping elites: Unending conflict and competition in the transition to private property. The European Journal of Development Research 22:715-732.

Nayak, Prateep K. and Fikret Berkes. 2010. Whose marginalisation? Politics around environmental injustices in India's Chilika lagoon. Local Environment 15(6): 553-567.

Pang, Tikki,  Nils Daulaire, Gerald Keusch, Rose Leke, Peter Piot, Srinath Reddy, Andrzej Rys, Nicole Szlezak. 2010. The new age of global health governance holds promise. Nature Medicine 16(11): 1181.

Preston, Kelsey, Daniele Lantagne, Nadine Kotlarz, and Kristen Jellison. 2010. Turbidity and chlorine demand reduction using alum and moringa flocculation before household chlorination in developing countries. Journal of Water and Health 8(1): 60-70.

Research and Development Office, Harvard Kennedy School. 2010. What the global doctor ordered. Impact 2(3):4.

Robson, James P. and Prateep K. Nayak. 2010. Rural out-migration and resource-dependent communities in Mexico and India. Population and Environment 32(2-3):263-284.

Szlezák, Nicole A., Barry R. Bloom, Dean T. Jamison, Gerald T. Keusch, Catherine Michaud, Suerie Moon, William C. Clark. 2010. The global health system: Actors, norms and expectations in transition. Public Library of Science Medicine. 7(1):e1000183.

van Kerkhoff, Lorrae and Nicole A. Szlezák. 2010. The role of innovative global institutions in linking knowledge and action. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, published ahead of print March 1, 2010, doi:10.1073/pnas.0900541107.

2009

Carden, Fred. 2009. Knowledge to Policy: Making the Most of Development Research. New Delhi: Sage and Ottawa: IDRC.

Carden, Fred. 2009. Understanding influence: The episode studies approach. The Politics of Trade: The Role of Research in Trade Policy and Negotiation. Diana Tussie (ed). Dordrecht, Leiden, and Boston: Republic of Letters Publishing BV, p. 273-298.

Catacutan, Delia and Caroline Duque-Pinon. 2009. The policy environment of vegetable-agroforestry system in the Philippines: Are there incentives for smallholders? International Journal of Ecology and Development 14(F09): 47-62.

Catacutan, Delia, Vanessa Meadu, Thomas Yatich and Joyce Kasyoki. 2009. Key activities and guiding principles for linking science and policy for Pro-poor Rewards for Environmental Services in Africa (PRESA). PRESA Policy Brief.

Chapin III, F. Stuart,Stephen R. Carpenter, Gary P. Kofinas, Carl Folke, Nick Abel, William C. Clark, Per Olsson, D. Mark Stafford Smith, Brian Walker, Oran R. Young, Fikret Berkes, Reinette Biggs, J. Morgan Grove, Rosamond L. Naylor, Evelyn Pinkerton, Will Steffen and Frederick J. Swanson. 2009. Ecosystem stewardship: Sustainability strategies for a rapidly changing planet. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25(4):241-249.

Devereaux, Charan, and Henry Lee. Biofuels and Certification: A Workshop at the Kennedy School of Government, May 11–12, 2009. CID Working Paper No. 187. Center for International Development at Harvard University, November 2009, and BCSIA Discussion Paper 2009-04, June 2009.

Gulbrandsen, Lars H. (2009) Non-State Global Environmental Governance: The Emergence and Effectiveness of Forest and Fisheries Certification Schemes. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. Oslo: Unipub (ISSN 1504-3991).

Hausmann, Ricardo and Rodrigo Wagner. 2009. Certification Strategies, Industrial Development and a Global Market for Biofuels. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Henry, Adam. 2009. The challenge of learning for sustainability: A prolegomenon to theory. Human Ecology Review 16(2): 131-140.

Henry, Adam. 2009. Tying it All Together: Networks and Policy-Oriented Learning in Regional Planning Processes. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Davis, United States. California. Dissertations & Theses.

Jack, B. Kelsey., B. Leimona, P.J. Ferraro. 2009. A Revealed Preference Approach to Estimating Supply Curves for Ecosystem Services: Experimental field auctions and soil erosion control in Indonesia, Conservation Biology 23(2): 359-367.

Johnson, N., J. Garcia, J.E. Rubiano, M. Quintero, R.D. Estrada, E. Mwangi, A. Morena, A. Peralta, and S. Granados. 2009. Water and poverty in two Colombian watersheds.Water Alternatives 2(1): 34-52.

Kristjanson, Patti, Robin S. Reid, Nancy Dickson, William C. Clark, Dannie Romney, Ranjitha Puskur, Susan MacMillan and Delia Grace. 2009. Linking international agricultural research knowledge with action for sustainable development. Proceedings of the National Academies of Science. 9(13):5047-5052.

Jack, Kelsey B., 2009. Auctioning Conservation Contracts in Indonesia - Participant Learning in Multiple Trial Rounds. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 35, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Jack, B.K. 2009. Upstream-downstream transactions and watershed externalities: Experimental evidence from Kenya. Ecological Economics 68(6): 1813-1824.

Lee, Henry and Charan Devereaux. 2009. Biofuels and Certification: A Workshop at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Discussion Paper 2009-07, Environment and Natural Resources Program, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Working Paper, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Lee, Henry and Charan Devereaux. 2009. Biofuels and Certification: A Workshop at the Kennedy School of Government, May 11–12, 2009. CID Working Paper No. 187, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Matus, Kira. 2009. Green Chemistry: A Study of Innovation for Sustainable Development. PhD Dissertation, Public Policy Program, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Abstract.

Matus, Kira. 2009. Standardization, certification and labeling: Lessons from theory and practice. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 37, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Moon, Suerie. 2009. Medicines as Global Public Goods: The Historical Evolution of and Contemporary Debates on Technological Innovation for Global Health. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 36, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Moon, Suerie. 2009. Medicines as global public goods: The governance of technological innovation in the new era of global health. Global Health Governance 2(2).

Moon, Suerie and Gonzalo Fanjul. 2009. Algo mas que una gripe [Beyond a flu]. El Mundo. 26 May.

Mwangi, Esther. 2009. Property rights and governance of Africa’s rangelands: A policy overview. Natural Resources Forum 33(2):160-170.

Mwangi, Esther and Helen Markelova. 2009. Collective action and property rights for poverty reduction: A review of methods and approaches. Development Policy Review 27 (3): 307-331

Mwangi, Esther, Ruth Meinzen-Dick and Yan Sun. 2009. Does Gender Influence Forest Management? Exploring Cases from East Africa and Latin America. CID Working Paper No. 40, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Mwangi, Esther and Elinor Ostrom. 2009. A century of institutions and ecology in East Africa’s Rangelands: Linking institutional robustness with the ecological resilience of Kenya’s Maasailand, in Institutions and Sustainability: Political Economy of Agriculture and the Environment – Essays in Honour of Konrad Hegedorn. Volker Bechmann and Martina Padmanabhan (eds.). Dordrecht, NL:  Springer, 195-222.

Mwangi, Esther and Elinor Ostrom. 2009. Top-down solutions: Looking up from East Africa's rangelands. Environment 51(1):34-44.

National Research Council, Roundtable on Science and Technology for Sustainability. 2009. Enhancing the Effectiveness of Sustainability Partnerships: Summary of a Workshop. Summary of a workshop held 18-19 June 2008. D. Vollmer, ed. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press.

Reid, Robin S., D. Nkedianye, M. Y. Said, D. Kaelo, M. Neselle, O. Makui, L. Onetu, S. Kiruswa, N. Ole Kamuaro, P. Kristjanson, J. Ogutu, S. B. BurnSilver, M. J. Goldman, R. B. Boone, K. A. Galvin, N. M. Dickson, and W. C. Clark. 2009. Evolution of models to support community and policy action with science: Balancing pastoral livelihoods and wildlife conservation in savannas of East Africa. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi:10.1073/pnas.0900313106.

van Noordwijk, Meine, Delia Catacutan, William C. Clark. 2009. Linking scientific knowledge with policy action in natural resource management. Global Partnership on Alternatives to Slash & Burn (ASB) Policy Brief. World Agroforestry Centre: Nairobi, Kenya.

Zwane, Alix Peterson, Michael Kremer, and Robyn Meeks. Water and Human Well Being: An Executive Session on Grand Challenges of the Sustainability Transition. CID Working Paper No. 188. Center for International Development at Harvard University, November 2009.

2008

Agrawal, Arun, Ashwini Chhatre, and Rebecca Hardin. 2008. Changing governance of the world's forests, Science 320: 1460-1462.

Andersson, Krister. 2008. Motivation to Engage in Social Learning about Sustainability: An Institutional Analysis. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 26, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Andersson, Krister, Michael Burns, Marcel Bursztyn, Adam Douglas Henry, Ann Laudati, Kira Matus, and Elizabeth McNie. 2008. The Ruffolo Curriculum on Sustainability Science: 2008 Edition. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 32, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Andersson, Krister, Gustavo Gordillo, and Frank van Laerhoven. 2008. Local Governments and Rural Development: Comparing Lessons from Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru. Tucson, AZ: Arizona University Press.

Andersson, Krister and Elinor Ostrom. 2008. Analyzing decentralized natural resource governance from a polycentric perspective. Policy Sciences 41(1):1-23.

Auld, Graeme, Lars H. Gulbrandsen and Constance L. McDermott 2008. Certification Schemes and the Impact on Forests and Forestry, Annual Review of Environment and Resources 33: 187-211.

Bartley, T. K. Andersson, P. Jagger, and F. van Laerhoven. 2008. The contribution of institutional theories to explaining decentralization of natural resource governance. Society and Natural Resources 21(2):160-174. 

Burns, Michael and Alex Weaver, eds. 2008. Exploring Sustainability Science: A Southern African Perspective. Stellenbosch, South Africa: African Sun Media.

Burns, Michael, and Alex Weaver. In Press. "Exploring sustainability science from a southern African perspective." CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 29. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Bursztyn, Marcel. "Think Locally, Act Globally: New Challenges to Environmental Governance." In Press. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 33. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Bursztyn, Marcel. 2008. Sustainability Science and the University: Towards Interdisciplinarity. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 24, February 2008. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University.

Bursztyn, Marcel and M. Persegona. 2008. A Grande Transformação Ambiental: Uma Cronologia da Dialética Homem-Natureza. Rio: Ed. Garamond. [Bursztyn, Marcel and M. Persegona 2008. The Great Environmental Transformation: A Chronology of the Man-Nature Dialectics. Rio: Ed. Garamond.]

Catacutan, Delia and Manuel Bertomeu. 2008. Fluctuating Fortunes of a Collective Enterprise: The Case of the Agroforestry Tree Seeds Association of Lantapan (ATSAL) in the Philippines. Small-scale Forestry 7:353-368.

Chhatre, Ashwini. 2008. Political articulation and accountability in decentralisation: Theory and evidence from India. Conservation and Society 6(1): 12-23.

Chhatre, Ashwini and Arun Agrawal. 2008. Forest commons and local enforcement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(36): 13286-13291

Clini, Corrado, Ignazio Musu, and Maria Lodovica Gullino, eds. 2008. Sustainable Development and Environmental Management: Experiences and Case Studies. Dordrecht, NL: Springer Netherlands.

Creech, Heather, Tony Vetter, Kira Matus, Ian R. Seymour. 2008. The governance of non-legal entities: An exploration into the challenges facing collaborative, multistakeholder enterprises that are hosted by institutions. Winnipeg, Canada: International Institute for Sustainable Development.

de Castro, Vanessa Maria, and Marcel Bursztyn. 2008. Social Inclusion or Poverty Alleviation? Lessons from Recent Brazilian Experiences. CID Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Working Paper No. 27. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Dietz, Thomas and Adam Douglas Henry. 2008. Context and the commons. PNAS 105(36): 13189-13190.

Ferraro Júnior, Luiz Antonio, and Marcel Bursztyn. 2008. Managing the Remaining Commons: challenges to sustainability in the Brazilian Northeast. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 28. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Fuys, Andrew, Stephan Dohrn, and Esther Mwangi. 2008. Securing Common Property Regimes in a Globalizing World: Synthesis of 41 Case Studies on Common Property Regimes from Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America. ILC Knowledge for Change Series. Rome: International Land Coalition and International Fund for Agricultural Development.

Gulbrandsen, Lars H. 2008. The Role of Science in Environmental Governance: Competing Knowledge Producers in Swedish and Norwegian Forestry, Global Environmental Politics 8(2): 99-122.

Gulbrandsen, Lars H. 2008. Accountability Arrangements in Non-State Standards Organizations: Instrumental Design and Imitation, Organization 15(4): 563-583.

Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment. (William C. Clark, chaired the Heinz Center committee responsible for the report). 2008. The State of the Nation's Ecosystems 2008: Measuring the Land, Waters, and Living Resources of The United States. Washington, DC: Island Press.

Henry, Adam. 2008. Social network analysis, in Essentials of Social Research. Linda Kalof and Amy Dan, eds.  London: Open University Press.

Holdren, John. 2008. Science and technology for sustainable well-being. Science 319 (5862): 424-434.

Jack, Brook Kelsey, Carolyn Kousky, and Kate Emans Sims. 2008. Designing payments for ecosystem services: Lessons from previous experience with incentive-based mechanisms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105(28): 9465-9470.

James, Godstime. In Press. "Economic Valuation of Mangroves in the Niger Delta: An interdisciplinary approach." CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 31. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

James, Godstime. 2008. Assessment of Environmental Change and its Socio-economic Impacts in the Mangrove Ecological Zone of the Niger Delta. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the subjects of Geosciences and Economics, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, MO.

Kousky, Carolyn. 2008.  Responding to Risk: Information and Decision Making in the Floodplains of St. Louis County, Missouri. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the subject of Public Policy, Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Kousky, Carolyn. 2008. Costs and risks are escalatingSt. Louis Post-Dispatch.  June 30.

Kremer, Michael and Alaka Holla. 2008. Pricing and access: Lessons from randomized evaluation in education and health. Working paper, Economics Department, Harvard University.

Kremer, Michael, Jessica Leino, Edward Miguel, Alix Peterson Zwane. 2008. Spring cleaning: Rural water impacts, valuation, and institutions. Working paper, Economics Department, Harvard University.

Kristjanson, Patti, Robin Reid, Nancy Dickson, William Clark, Prasad Vishnubhotla, Dannie Romney, Peter Bezkorowajnyj, Mohammed Said, Dickson Kaelo, Ogeli Makui, David Nkedianye, Julius Nyangaga, Paul Okwi, Ranjitha Puskur, Shirley Tarawali, Susan MacMillan, Delia Grace, Tom Randolph, Hippolyte Affognon. 2008. Linking International Agricultural Research Knowledge with Action for Sustainable Poverty Alleviation: What Works? CID Working Paper 173.  Joint Center for International Development and International Livestock Research Institute Working Paper, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University and Nairobi, Kenya:  International Livestock Research Institute.

Lee, Henry, William C. Clark and Charan Devereaux. 2008. Biofuels and Sustainable Development. CID Working Paper No. 174, Joint Center for International Development and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Working Paper, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University.

Leino, Jessica. In Press. "Ladies First? Gender and the Community Management of Water Infrastructure in Kenya." CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 30, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Leino, Jessica. 2008. Community and Private Sector Approaches to Development in Kenya. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Arts and Sciences, University of California at Berkeley, Berkely, CA.

Lubell, Mark, Adam Henry, and Mike McCoy. 2008. Institutional collective-action in an ecology of games?” In Richard C. Feiock and John T. Scholz (eds.). Self-Organizing Federalism: Collaborative Mechanisms to Mitigate Institutional Collective Action. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

McNie, Elizabeth. 2008. Exploring the Agora: Co-producing Useful Climate Science for Policy. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Environmental Studies Program, Graduate School, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO.

McNie, Elizabeth, Meine van Noordwijk, William C. Clark, Nancy M. Dickson, Niken Sakuntaladewi, Suyanto, Laxman Joshi, Beria Leimona, Kurniatun Hairiah, and Noviana Khususiyah. 2008. Boundary Organizations, Objects and Agents: Linking Knowledge with Action in Agroforestry Watersheds. Report of a Workshop held in Batu, Malang, East Java, Indonesia, 26–29 July 2007. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 34. Joint Center for International Development and World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF-Southeast Asia) Working Paper, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University and Indonesia: ICRAF-Southeast Asia.

Meinzen-Dick, Ruth and Esther Mwangi. 2009. The pitfalls of formalization: Cutting the web of interests. Land Use Policy. 26(1): 36-43.

Moon, Suerie. 2008. Does TRIPS Article 66.2 Encourage Technology Transfer to LDCs?: An Analysis of Country Submissions to the TRIPS Council (1999-2007). UNCTAD-ICTSD Project on IPRs and Sustainable Development, Policy Brief 2 (December 2008). Geneva: International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development.

Moon, Suerie, Van Leemput, L., Durier, N., Jambert, E., Dahmane, A., Jie, Y., Wu, G., Philips, M., Hu, Y. and Saranchuk, P. 2008. Out-of-pocket costs of AIDS care in China: Are free antiretroviral drugs enough? AIDS Care 20:8, 984-994.

Mwangi, Esther and Brent Swallow. 2008. Prosopis juliflora Invasion and Rural Livelihoods in the Lake Baringo Area of Kenya. Conservation and Society 6(2): 130–140.

Mwangi, Esther and Stephan Dohrn. 2008. Securing access to drylands resources for multiple users in Africa: A review of recent research. Land Use Policy 25(2): 240-248.

Mwangi, Esther and Helen Markelova. 2008. Collective action and property rights for poverty reduction: A review of methods and approaches. CAPRi Working Paper 82. Washington, DC: IFPRI.

Nkedianye, David, Dickson Kaelo, Robin Reid, Moses Neselle, Leonard Onetu, Ogeli Makui, Mohammed Said, Steven Kiruswa, Patti Kristjanson, Ololtisatti Kamuaro, Shem Kifugo, Nancy Dickson, and William Clark. 2008. Linking Knowledge with Action Using Community Facilitators to Span Boundaries: Lessons from East Africa. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 25. Joint Center for International Development and International Livestock Research Institute Working paper, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University and Nairobi, Kenya: International Livestock Research Institute.

Reinhardt, Forest L., Robert N. Stavins, and Richard H. K. Vietor. 2008. Corporate social responsibility through an economic lens. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 2(2): 219-239.

Ribot, Jesse, Ashwini Chhatre, and Tomila Lankina. 2008. Institutional choice and recognition in the formation and consolidation of local democracy. Conservation and Society 6(1): 1–11.

Sims, Katarine R.E.. 2008. Balancing Land Conservation and Economic Development. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the subject of Political Economy and Government, Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Szlezak, Nicole. 2008. Global Health in the Making: China, HIV/AIDS and the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the subject of Public Policy, Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Tucker, C. M., J.C. Randolph, T.P. Evans, K.P. Andersson and Persha, L. 2008. An approach to assess relative degradation in dissimilar forests. Ecology and Society 13(1): 4.

Vargas, Juan Carlos. 2008. Participatory Landscape Planning using Portable Geospatial Information SYSTEMS and Technologies: The Case of the Osa Region of Costa Rica. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the subject of Urban Planning, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Welchez, L.A., M. Ayarza, E. Amezquita, E. Barrios, M. Rondon, A. Castro, M. Rivera, I. Rao, J. Pavon, O. Ferreria, D. Valladares, N. Sanchez. 2008. No-burn agricultural zones on Honduran hillsides: Better harvests, air quality, and water availability by way of improved land management, in Sustainable Land Management Sourcebook. World Bank. Washington, DC:  World Bank.

2007

Andersson, K. and Frank van Laerhoven. 2007. From local strongman to facilitator: Institutional incentives for participatory municipal governance in Latin America. Comparative Political Studies 40(9):1085-1111.

Bursztyn, Marcel. 2007. A exclusão e o local: Tempos e espaços da diversidade social. In Políticas de Desenvolvimento Regiona. C.D. Campolina, ed. Brasilia: Universidade de Brasília, pp. 79-102.  [Bursztyn, Marcel. 2007. Social exclusion at the local level: Times and spaces of social diversity. In: Policies of Regional Development. C.D. Campolina, ed. Brasília: Universidade de Brasília, pp. 79-102.]

Bursztyn, Marcel. 2007. Da proteção social à proteção socioambiental. In: Encontros e Caminhos: Formação de educadoras(es) ambientais e coletivos educadores. Brasilia: MMA-DEA, v.2, pp. 289-298.  [Bursztyn, Marcel. 2007. From social protection to social-environmental protection. In Gatherings and Paths for the Training of Environmental Educators. Ferraro, L.A., ed.. Brasília: MMA-DEA, v.2, pp. 289-298.]

Bursztyn, Marcel. 2007. Modernidade e Exclusão In Nos Limites da Ação: Preconceito, Inclusão e Deficiência. R.S. Bartholo Jr. ed., São Carlos: EduESCar, pp. 31-40. [Bursztyn, Marcel. 2007. Modernity and exclusion. In At the Boundaries of Action: Prejudice, Inclusion and Physical Disabilities. R.S. Bartholo Jr.ed., São Carlos: EduESCar, pp. 31-40.]

Carden, Fred. 2007. The real evaluation gap. Alliance: For Philanthropy and Social Investment Worldwide 12(4): 53-54.

Carden, Fred and Sarah Earl. 2007. Process use: The case of rPCR. New Directions for Evaluation. J. Bradley Cousins (ed), 116: 61-73.

Chhatre, Ashwini. 2007. Political Articulation and Accountability in Decentralization: Theory and Evidence from India. CID Working Paper No. 22, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Clark, William C. 2007. Sustainability science: A room of its own. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(6): 1737-1738.

Ferraz, I. F. and Marcel Bursztyn. 2007. Mercadores de Moralidade: A retórica ambientalista e a prática do desenvolvimento sustentável. Ambiente & Sociedade10(2). [Morality brokers: The environmental rethoric and the practice of sustainable development. Ambiente and Sociedade, 10(2).]

Funke, Nikki, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Michael Burns, A. Turton, A. Weaver and H. Hattingh. 2007. Redressing inequality: South Africa’s new water policy. Environment, 49(3): 10-23.

Grindle, Merilee. 2007. Going Local: Decentralization, Democratization, and the Promise of Good Governance. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Gyasi, Kadir Osman, Estebancio Castro Diaz, María Elena Martínez-Torres, Peter M. Rosset, Dr. Charles Palmer, Komen Kibii, Dr. Michelle Mycoo, Dr. Talia Vela de Eiden, Esther Mwangi, Lya Mainé Astonitas. 2007. Viewpoint on the importance of land tenure for achieving sustainable development goals. Natural Resources Forum 31 (3): 238-240.

Holdren, John. 2007. Energy and sustainability. Science 315 (5813): 737.

Jack, Brook Kelsey, Carolyn Kousky, and Katharine R.E. Sims. 2007. Lessons relearned: Can previous research on incentive-based mechanisms point the way for payments for ecosystem services? CID Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Working Paper No. 15. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

James, Godstime, Jimmy Adegoke, Ekechukwu Saba, Peter Nwilo, and Joseph Akinyede. 2007. Satellite based assessment of Mangrove ecosystem change in the Niger Delta. Journal of Marine Geodesy 30(3): 249-267.

Kates, Robert W. and Partha Dasgupta. 2007. African poverty: A grand challenge for sustainability science. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104:16747-16750.

Kousky, Carolyn, Sam Walsh, and Richard Zeckhauser. 2007. Options contracts for contingent takings. Issues in Legal Scholarship, Catastrophic Risks: Prevention, Compensation, and Recovery, Article 2.

Lee, Henry, William Clark, Robert Lawrence, and Gloria Visconti. 2007. Implications of a Future Global Biofuels Market for Economic Development and International Trade. Report of a workshop held at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 9 May 2007.

Matus, Kira J., Paul T. Anastas, William C. Clark, and Kai Itameri-Kinter. 2007. Overcoming the Challenges to the Implementation of Green Chemistry. CID Working Paper No. 155. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

McNie, E. C. 2007. Reconciling the supply of scientific information with user demands: An analysis of the problem and review of the literature. Environmental Science and Policy 10(1): 17-38.

Mwangi, Esther. 2007. Socioeconomic Change and Land Use in Africa: The Transformation of Property Rights in Maasailand. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Mwangi, Esther. 2007. The puzzle of group ranch subdivision in Kenya's Maasailand. Development and Change 38(5): 889-910. 

Sims, Katharine R. E. and Jenny Schuetz. 2007. Environmental Regulation and Land Use Change: Do Local Wetlands Bylaws Slow the Conversion of Open Space to Residential Uses? CID Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Working Paper No. 18. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Subramanian, Arvind. 2007. Harnessing ideas to idealism. Finance and Development. 44(4) (profiles Michael Kremer).

Weichselgartner, Juergen. 2007. Integrating Science and Practice for the Mitigation of Natural Disasters: Barriers, Bridges, Propositions. CID Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Working Paper No. 21, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University.

Zwane, Alix Peterson and Michael Kremer. 2007. What works in fighting diarrheal diseases in developing countries? A critical review The World Bank Research Observer 22(1):1-24.

Zwane, Alix Peterson and Michael Kremer. 2007. What works in fighting diarrheal diseases in developing countries? A critical review CID Working Paper No. 140. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

2006

Agrawal, Arun and Ashwini Chhatre. 2006. Explaining success on the commons: Community forest governance in the Indian Himalayas. World Development 34(1): 149-166.

Berndt, Ernst R., Rachel Glennerster, Michael R. Kremer, Jean Lee, Ruth Levine, Georg Weizsäcker, and Heidi Williams. 2006. Advance Market Commitments for Vaccines Against Neglected Diseases: Estimating Costs and Effectiveness. CID Working Paper No. 127. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Cash, D.W., W. Adger, F. Berkes, P. Garden, L. Lebel, P. Olsson, L. Pritchard, and O. Young. 2006. Scale and cross-scale dynamics: Governance and information in a multilevel world. Ecology and Society 11(2): 8.

Cash, D. W., J. C. Borck, and A. G. Patt. 2006. Countering the loading-dock approach to linking science and decision making: Comparative analysis of El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) forecasting systems. Science, Technology and Human Values 31: 465 – 494.

Chhatre, Ashwini and Vasant Saberwal. 2006. Democracy, development and (re-)visions of nature: Rural conflicts in the Western Himalayas. Journal of Peasant Studies. 33(4): 678-706.

Chhatre, Ashwini and Vasant Saberwal. 2006. Democratizing Nature: Politics, Conservation, and Development in India. New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press.

Clark, William C. 2006. 12 Questions to William C. Clark. GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 15(3): 168-169 (profile of Bill Clark)

Clark, William, and Laura Holliday, Roundtable on Science and Technology for Sustainability. 2006. Linking Knowledge with Action for Sustainable Development: The Role of Program Management - Summary of a Workshop. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press.

Clark, W. C., R. B. Mitchell and D. W. Cash. 2006. Evaluating the influence of global environmental assessments. In Global Environmental Assessments: Information and Influence. R.B. Mitchell, W.C. Clark, D.W. Cash, and N.M. Dickson, eds. Cambridge: MIT Press: 1-28.

Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment (William C. Clark, chaired the Heinz Center committee responsible for the report). 2006. Filling the Gaps: Priority Data Needs and Key Management Challenges for National Reporting on Ecosystem Condition. Washington, D.C.: Heinz Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment.

Kates, R. W., C. E. Colten, S. Laska, and S. P. Leatherman. 2006. Reconstruction of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: A research perspective. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103(40):14653-14660.

Kousky, Carolyn and Richard Zeckhauser. 2006. JARring actions that fuel the floods. In Risk and Disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina. R. J. Daniels, D. F. Kettl, and H. Kunreuther, eds. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. pp. 59-73.

Kousky, Carolyn, Erzo F.P. Luttmer, and Richard Zeckhauser. 2006. Private investment and government protection. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 33(1):73-100.

Kousky, Carolyn. 2006. Using ecosystem services to reduce disaster losses. Risk Management Review Fall: 9-10.

Minkel, J. R.. 2006. Dangling a carrot for vaccines. Scientific American 295(1): 39-40 (profiles Michael Kremer).

Mitchell, R. B., W. C. Clark and D. W. Cash. 2006. Information and influence. In Global Environmental Assessments: Information and Influence. R.B. Mitchell, W.C. Clark, D.W. Cash, and N.M. Dickson, eds. Cambridge: MIT Press: 307-338.

Mitchell, Ronald B., William C. Clark, David W. Cash, and Nancy M. Dickson, eds. 2006. Global Environmental Assessments: Information and Influence. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Morgan, M. G., R. Cantor, W. C. Clark, A. Fisher, H. D. Jacoby, A. C. Janetos, A. P. Kinzig, J. Melillo, R. B. Street and T. J. Wilbanks. 2005. Learning from the U.S. National Assessment of Climate Change Impacts. Environmental Science and Technology 39(23): 9023-32.

National Research Council, Roundtable on Science and Technology for Sustainability. 2006. Linking Knowledge with Action for Sustainable Development: The Role of Program Management. Summary of a Workshop held May 24-25, 2004. William Clark and Laura Holliday, eds. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press.

Srinivas, Smita and Judith Sutz. 2006. Economic Development and Innovation: Problem-Solving in Scarcity Conditions. CID Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Working Paper No. 13, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University.

Szlezák, Nicole. 2006. Linking Knowledge and Action in Global Health: Current Concepts, Approaches, and Institutions. CID Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Working Paper No. 12, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University.

van Kerkhoff, Lorrae and Louis Lebel. 2006. Linking knowledge and action for sustainable development. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 31:1–33.

van Kerkhoff Lorrae and Nicole Szlezák. 2006. Linking local knowledge with global action: examining the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria through a knowledge system lens.Bulletin of the World Health Organization 84(8): 559-681.

van Kerkhoff L. and Szlezák, N. 2006. Making decisions in global public health: Knowledge, governance and institutional design in the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Report for participants. Cambridge.

2005

Clark, William C., A. Contreras, and K. Harmsen. 2005. Report of the External Review of the Systemwide Programme on Alternatives to Slash-and-Burn (ASB): Evaluation and Impact Assessment of the ASB Programme. CGIAR Science Council Secretariat, Washington, DC: FAO.

Kates, Robert W., Thomas M. Parris, and Anthony A. Leiserowitz. 2005. What is sustainable development? Goals, indicators, values, and practice. Environment 47(3): 8-21.

Leiserowitz, Anthony A., Robert W. Kates, and Thomas M. Parris. 2005. Do global attitudes and behaviors support sustainable development? Environment 47(9): 22-38.

Polsky, C. and D. Cash. 2005. Reducing vulnerability to the effects of global change: drought management in a multi-scale, multi-stressor world. In Drought and Water Crises: Science, Technology, and Management Issues, D. Wilhite, ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group: Boca Raton, FL, pp. 215-245.

2004

Buizer, J., and N. Dickson. 2004. Temozon Retreat Report, Hacienda Temozon, Yucatan, Mexico, May 20-21, 2004. Report of the Retreat on Institutions for Sustainability Research and Education. Tempe: International Institute for Sustainability, Arizona State University.

Clark, William C., P.J. Crutzen, and H.J. Schellnhuber. 2004. Science for global sustainability: Toward a new paradigm. In Earth System Analysis for Sustainability, H.J. Schellnhuber, P.J. Crutzen, William C. Clark, et al., eds. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Mitchell, R. B., W. C. Clark, D. W. Cash and F. Alcock. 2004. Science, scientists, and the policy process: Lessons from global environmental assessments for the northwest forest. In Forest Futures: Science, Politics and Policy for the Next Century. K. Arabas and J. Bowersox, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield: 95-111.

2003

Cash, David, William C. Clark, Frank Alcock, Nancy Dickson, Noelle Eckley, David Guston, Jill Jäger, and Ronald Mitchell. 2003. Knowledge systems for sustainable development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100(14): 8086-8091.

Clark, William C. and Nancy Dickson. 2003. Sustainability science: The emerging research paradigm. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100(14): 8059-8061.

Parris, T.M. and R. W. Kates. 2003. Characterizing and measuring sustainable development. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 28: 559-586.

2002

Cash, David, William C. Clark, Frank Alcock, Nancy Dickson, Noelle Eckley, and Jill Jäger. 2002. Salience, Credibility, Legitimacy and Boundaries: Linking Research, Assessment and Decision Making. Faculty Research Working Paper RWP02-046. Cambridge, MA: Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Clark, William C., James Buizer, David Cash, Robert Corell, Nancy Dickson, Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Helen Doyle, Gilberto Gallopín, Gisbert Glaser, Leah Goldfarb, Anil K. Gupta, J. Michael Hall, Mohamed Hassan, Anthony Imevbore, Maurice M. Iwu, Jill Jäger, Calestous Juma, Robert Kates, Dörthe Krömker, Morihiro Kurushima, Louis Lebel, Yee Cheong Lee, Wolfgang Lucht, Akin Mabogunje, Diego Malpede, Pamela Matson, Bedrich Moldan, Gloria Montenegro, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Ling G. Ooi, Timothy O’Riordan, Dorsamy Pillay, Thomas Rosswall, Jose Sarukhán, and Judi Wakhungu. 2002. Science and Technology for Sustainable Development: Consensus Report of the Mexico City Synthesis Workshop, 20-23 May 2002. Cambridge, MA: Initiative on Science and Technology for Sustainability.

Clark, William C., Ronald Mitchell, David Cash, and Frank Alcock. 2002. Information as Influence: How Institutions Mediate the Impact of Scientific Assessments on Global Environmental Affairs. Faculty Research Working Paper RWP02-044. Cambridge, MA: Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment. 2002. The State of The Nation's Ecosystems: Measuring the Lands, Waters, and Living Resources of the United States. (William C. Clark, chaired the Heinz Center committee responsible for the report). Washington, D.C.: Heinz Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment.

International Council for Science, Initiative on Science and Technology for Sustainability, and Third World Academy of Sciences. 2002. Science and Technology for Sustainable Development. ICSU Series on Science for Sustainable Development, No. 9. Paris: ICSU.

2001

Cash, David. 2001. Integrating Information and Decision Making in a Multi-Level World: Cross-Scale Environmental Science and Management. Dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, in the subject of Public Policy, Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Cash, David, and William C. Clark. 2001. From Science to Policy: Assessing the Assessment Process. Faculty Research Working Paper RWP01-045. Cambridge, MA: Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Kates, Robert W., William C. Clark, Robert Corell, J. Michael Hall, Carlo C. Jaeger, Ian Lowe, James J. McCarthy, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, Bert Bolin, Nancy M. Dickson, Sylvie Faucheux, Gilberto C. Gallopín, Arnulf Gruebler, Brian Huntley, Jill Jäger, Narpat S. Jodha, Roger E. Kasperson, Akin Mabogunje, Pamela Matson, Harold Mooney, Berrien Moore III, Timothy O’Riordan, and Uno Svedin. 2001. Sustainability science. Science 292: 641-2.

Social Learning Group. 2001. Learning to Manage Global Environmental Risks: Volume 1: A Comparative History of Social Responses to Climate Change, Ozone Depletion, and Acid Rain. William C. Clark, J. Jaeger, J. van Eijndhoven, N. Dickson, eds. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Social Learning Group. 2001. Learning to Manage Global Environmental Risks: Volume 2: A Functional Analysis of Social Responses to Climate Change, Ozone Depletion, and Acid Rain. William C. Clark, J. Jaeger, J. van Eijndhoven, N. Dickson, eds. Cambridge: MIT Press.