Martin Sjöstedt
Martin Sjöstedt
Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg
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Small-scale hydropower in Africa: Socio-technical designs for renewable energy in Tanzanian villages
H Ahlborg, M Sjöstedt
Energy Research & Social Science 5, 20-33, 2015
On the preconditions for large-scale collective action
SC Jagers, N Harring, Å Löfgren, M Sjöstedt, F Alpizar, B Brülde, ...
Ambio 49, 1282-1296, 2020
Aid effectiveness and the Paris declaration: A mismatch between ownership and results‐based management?
M Sjöstedt
Public administration and development 33 (2), 143-155, 2013
Three necessary conditions for establishing effective Sustainable Development Goals in the Anthropocene
AV Norström, A Dannenberg, G McCarney, M Milkoreit, F Diekert, ...
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
Resilience revisited: taking institutional theory seriously
M Sjöstedt
Ecology and Society 20 (4), 2015
The role of governance for improved environmental outcomes: Perspectives for developing countries and countries in transition
GÖ Wingqvist, O Drakenberg, D Slunge, M Sjöstedt, A Ekbom
Naturvårdsverket, 2012
Factors influencing local communities’ perceptions towards conservation of transboundary wildlife resources: the case of the Great Limpopo Trans-frontier Conservation Area
H Ntuli, SC Jagers, A Linell, M Sjöstedt, E Muchapondwa
Biodiversity and Conservation 28, 2977-3003, 2019
Vulnerability of small island developing states to natural disasters: how much difference can effective governments make?
M Sjöstedt, M Povitkina
The Journal of Environment & Development 26 (1), 82-105, 2017
Responsive and responsible leaders: A matter of political will?
A Persson, M Sjöstedt
Perspectives on Politics 10 (3), 617-632, 2012
Democracy and the environment revisited: The case of African fisheries
M Sjöstedt, SC Jagers
Marine Policy 43, 143-148, 2014
Large-scale collective action to avoid an Amazon tipping point-key actors and interventions
MGB Lima, N Harring, SC Jagers, Å Löfgren, UM Persson, M Sjöstedt, ...
Current Research in Environmental Sustainability 3, 100048, 2021
The impact of secure land tenure on water access levels in sub-Saharan Africa: The case of Botswana and Zambia
M Sjöstedt
Habitat International 35 (1), 133-140, 2011
Coping with illegal fishing: An institutional account of success and failure in Namibia and South Africa
M Sjöstedt, A Sundström
Biological Conservation 189, 78-85, 2015
Democracy, development and the marine environment–A global time-series investigation
M Povitkina, SC Jagers, M Sjöstedt, A Sundström
Ocean & Coastal Management 105, 25-34, 2015
Gender differences in poaching attitudes: Insights from communities in Mozambique, South Africa, and Zimbabwe living near the great Limpopo
A Sundström, A Linell, H Ntuli, M Sjöstedt, ML Gore
Conservation letters 13 (1), e12686, 2020
Thirsting for Credible Commitments. How Secure Land Tenure Affects Access to Drinking Water in sub-Saharan Africa
M Sjöstedt
Governing transboundary commons in Africa: the emergence and challenges of the Kavango–Zambezi Treaty
A Linell, M Sjöstedt, A Sundström
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 19, 53-68, 2019
Understanding the drivers of subsistence poaching in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area: What matters for community wildlife conservation?
H Ntuli, A Sundström, M Sjöstedt, E Muchapondwa, SC Jagers, A Linell
Ecology & Society 26 (1), 2021
Cooperation and coercion: The quest for quasi-voluntary compliance in the governance of African commons
M Sjöstedt, A Linell
World Development 139, 105333, 2021
Overfishing in Southern Africa: A comparative account of regime effectiveness and national capacities
M Sjöstedt, A Sundström
Regional Comparisons in Comparative Policy Analysis Studies, 321-337, 2020
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