Publications

SUSPENSE Publications:

Peer Reviewed Articles:

​​Saswattecha, K., Kroeze, C., Jawjit, W. & Hein, L. 2017. Improving environmental sustainability of Thai palm oil production in 2050. Journal of Cleaner Production. 147, p. 572-588.

Saswattecha, K., Kroeze, C., Jawjit, W. & Hein, L. (2016). Options to reduce environmental impacts of palm oil production in Thailand. Journal of Cleaner Production, 137: 370–393.

Pramudya, E.P., Hospes, O. & Termeer, C.J.A.M. (2016). Governing the palm oil sector through finance: the changing roles of the Indonesian state. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Online first 28.8.2016.

Schouten, G., Vellema, S. & Wijk, J. van (2016). Diffusion of global sustainability standards: the institutional fit of the ASC-shrimp standard in Indonesia. RAE-Revista de Administração de Empresas, 1-13 (ahead of print).

Rory Padfield, Simon Drew, Khadijah Syayuti, Susan Page, Stephanie Evers, Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz, Nagulendran Kangayatkarasu, Alex Sayok, Sune Hansen, Greetje Schouten, Martha Maulidia, Effie Papargyropoulou & Mun Hou Tham (2016). Landscapes in transition: an analysis of sustainable policy initiatives and emerging corporate commitments in the palm oil industry. Landscape Research, 1-14. (online first).

Afriyanti, D., Kroeze, C. & Saad, A. (2016). Indonesia palm oil production without deforestation and peat conversion by 2050. Science of the Total Environment, 557–558: 562–570.

Somnuek, S., M.A. Slingerland & C.M. Grünbühel (2016). The introduction of oil palm in Northeast Thailand: a new cash crop for smallholders? Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 57(1): 76-90.

Future Roles of the State in Governing the Global Palm Oil Industry. Expert meeting, Singapore, 26-27 August 2015. Report, pp. 1-34.

Saswattecha, K., Kroeze, C., Jawjit, W., & Hein, L. (2015). Assessing the environmental impact of palm oil produced in ThailandJournal of Cleaner Production: 150-169.

Schouten,G. & Bitzer, V. (2015). The emergence of Southern standards in agricultural value chains: A new trend in sustainability governance? Ecological Economics 120: 175-184.

Glasbergen, P. & G. Schouten (2015). ​​Transformative Capacities of Global Private Sustainability Standards: A Reflection on Scenarios in the Field of Agricultural Commodities. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 58: 85-101.

Saswattecha, K., Cuevas Romero, M., Hein, L., Jawjit, W. & Kroeze, C. (2015). Non-CO2 greenhouse gas emissions from palm oil production in Thailand. Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences.

Hospes, Otto, and Annemoon Kentin (2014). Tensions between global-scale and national-scale governance: The strategic use of scale frames to promote sustainable palm oil production in Indonesia’ in: Scale-sensitive Governance of the Environment. In: F. Padt, P. Opdam, N. Polman and C. Termeer (Eds). John Wiley & Sons, Oxford, UK: pp. 203.

Hospes, O. (2014). Marking the success or end of global multi-stakeholder governance? The rise of national sustainability standards in Indonesia and Brazil for palm oil and soy. Agriculture and Human Values, 31(3): 425-437.

Oosterveer, P. (2014) Promoting Sustainable Palm Oil Provision; Viewed from a Global Networks and Flows Perspective. Journal of Cleaner Production, 107: 146–153.

Oosterveer, P., Adjei, B. E., Vellema, S., & Slingerland, M. (2014). Global sustainability standards and food security: Exploring unintended effects of voluntary certification in palm oil. Global Food Security, 3(3): 220-226.

Sumarga, E., & Hein, L. (2014). Mapping ecosystem services for land use planning, the case of Central Kalimantan. Environmental management, 54(1): 84-97.

Conference papers/posters:

Saswattecha, K., Cuevas Romero, M., Hein, L., Jawjit, W., Kroeze, C. (2014). Non-CO2 greenhouse gas emissions from palm oil production in Thailand, 7th Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gas Symposium, 5-7 November 2014, Amsterdam.

Schouten, G. (2014). ‘Processes of Legitimization in Private Governance Arrangements: examples from the Roundtables on Sustainable Palm Oil and Responsible Soy’. Paper presented at the Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance, 1-3 July 2014 in Norwich, U.K.

Hospes, O., Schouten, G. & Deike, J. (2014). Coping with the emergence of new sovereignties over sustainability: dilemmas and decision-making of the Indonesian state in a plural legal order. Paper presented at the ECPR Joint Session on Mapping the emerging hybrid world order: how global governance networks and regimes interact with shifting inter-state hierarchies in shaping global policies, 10-15 April 2014, Salamanca.

Other relevant publications:

Hospes, Otto, Sarah Stattman en Stefan de Pooter (2009), ‘Groen en geel zien: private partnerschappen voor duurzame productie van soja en palmolie.’ In: Governance in de groen-blauwe ruimte. Handelingsperspectieven voor landbouw, landschap en water. Eds: Breeman, G., Goverde, G., Termeer, K., Assen: Van Gorcum.

Hospes, Otto (2011), ‘Private law making at the round table on sustainable palm oil.’ In: Private food law. Governing food chains through contract law, self-regulation, private standards, audits and certification schemes , Ed.: Meulen, B.M.J. van der. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers

Oosterveer, Peter and David A. Sonnenfeld (2012), Food, Globalization and Sustainability. London and New York; Earthscan.

Oosterveer, Peter and Arthur P.J. Mol (2010), ‘Biofuels, trade and sustainability: a review of perspectives for developing countries.’ Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefinery, 4: 66-76.

Schouten, Greetje and Pieter Glasbergen (2012), ‘Private multi-stakeholder governance in the agricultural market place: an analysis of legitimization processes of the roundtables on sustainable palm oil and responsible soy.’ International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 15 B: 53-78.

Schouten, Greetje, Pieter Leroy and Pieter Glasbergen (2012), ‘On the deliberative capacity of private multi-stakeholder governance: the roundtables on responsible soy and sustainable palm oil.’ Ecological Economics, 83: 42-50.

Schouten, Greetje and Pieter Glasbergen (2011), 'Creating legitimacy in global private governance: the case of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil.' Ecological Economics, 70(11): 1891-1899.