Camille Antinori

Economic research on natural resource governance

Email: camilleantinori at gmail dot com
(ph) 510-847-7298

I am a research economist trained in agricultural and resource economics, with a focus on natural resource governance -- how people organize to manage natural resources. I take an interdisciplinary perspective on resource problems and am interested in integrating social processes into economic analysis, with the goal of understanding the role of natural resources in poverty alleviation and economic development. My experience is in designing theoretically-based empirical analysis of economic governance and natural resource management. Extensive fieldwork in Mexico's common property forestry sector motivates much of this work. With a survey database of 83 representative forest communities across three forested states in Mexico, we can analyze a range of practices that affect market participation, land use, and economic well being. This sector shares certain political, economic and social dynamics with forest access and tenure patterns in other countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa, broadening the applicability of research results.

Curriculum Vitae

CV (in pdf)

Education
Work In Progress
Teaching
  • Principles of Microeconomics, San Francisco State University, University of San Francisco, 2008-2010, 2016 to present.
  • Environmental Economics, San Francisco State University, 2016-present.
  • Property Rights and Collective Action in Natural Resources with Application to Mexico, [Course Materials].
Publications
  • "Between Grassroots Collective Action and State Mandates: The Hybridity of Multi-level Forest Associations in Mexico," with Gustavo Garcia-Lopez, Conservation and Society, Accepted, September 2017.
  • "Ownership and Control in Mexico's Community Forestry Sector," with Gordon Rausser, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 57:1, 2008. .
  • "Retrospective Evaluation of Appliance Price Trends," with Larry Dale, Michael McNeil, James McMahon and K. Sydny Fujita, Energy Policy, Vol. 37, 2009.
  • "Collective Choice and Community Forestry Management in Mexico: An Empirical Analysis," with Gordon Rausser, Journal of Development Studies, 43:3, 2007.
  • "Vertical Integration in the Community Forestry Enterprises of Mexico," in The Community-Managed Forests of Mexico: The Struggle for Equity and Sustainability, David Bray, Leticia Merino-Perez and Deborah Barry, eds., University of Texas Press, 2005, Link .
  • "Community Forestry Enterprises as Entrepreneurial Firms: Economic and Institutional perspectives from Mexico," with David Bray, World Development, 33:9, pp. 1579-1543, September 2005. .
  • "The Mexican model of community forest management: The role of agrarian policy, forest policy and entrepreneurial organization," with David Bray and Juan Manuel-Torres, Forest Policy and Economics, 8, 2006, pp. 470-484.
  • "New Interdisciplinary Research on Mexico's Common Property Forests: A National Survey," with David Bray, Juan Manuel-Torres and Octavio Magana, Link.
  • "Governance and Resource Management in Mexico's Community Forestry Sector," in Law and Geography: Current Legal Issues 2002, Vol. 5, Jane Holder and Carolyn Harrison, eds., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.
  • "Community Integration in Mexico's Forest Sector: Survey Data from Oaxaca," with Gordon Rausser. World Forests, Markets and Policies, M. Palo, J. Uusivuori and G. Mery, eds., Kluwer Academic Publisher: The Netherlands. 2001.
  • "Fruits of Their Labors: Property, Gender and Tree Planting in Two Zimbabwe Villages," with Louise Fortmann and Nontokozo Nabane, Rural Sociology 62:3, Fall 1997.
  • "Defense Expenditures, External Threats and Growth in Developing Countries," with Jonathan Lipow, Journal of Policy Modeling, 17, 1995.
  • "The Bering Sea: A Maritime Delimitation Dispute between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.," Ocean Development and International Law, 18:1, 1987.
Reports and Working Papers
Presentations
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Last updated September 2017