Marjanneke J. Vijge
Marjanneke J. Vijge
Assistant Professor
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Scientific evidence on the political impact of the Sustainable Development Goals
F Biermann, T Hickmann, CA Sénit, M Beisheim, S Bernstein, P Chasek, ...
Nature Sustainability 5 (9), 795-800, 2022
Trade-offs, co-benefits and safeguards: current debates on the breadth of REDD+
IJ Visseren-Hamakers, C McDermott, MJ Vijge, B Cashore
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (6), 646-653, 2012
In pursuit of carbon accountability: the politics of REDD+ measuring, reporting and verification systems
A Gupta, E Lövbrand, E Turnhout, MJ Vijge
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (6), 726-731, 2012
Envisioning REDD+ in a post‐Paris era: Between evolving expectations and current practice
E Turnhout, A Gupta, J Weatherley‐Singh, MJ Vijge, J De Koning, ...
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews: climate change 8 (1), e425, 2017
From Millennium to Sustainable Development Goals: Evolving discourses and their reflection in policy coherence for development
E De Jong, MJ Vijge
Earth System Governance 7, 100087, 2021
Will REDD+ work? The need for interdisciplinary research to address key challenges
IJ Visseren-Hamakers, A Gupta, M Herold, M Pena-Claros, MJ Vijge
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (6), 590-596, 2012
Managing fragmentation in global environmental governance: the REDD+ Partnership as bridge organization
A Gupta, T Pistorius, MJ Vijge
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 16, 355-374, 2016
Framing national REDD+ benefits, monitoring, governance and finance: A comparative analysis of seven countries
MJ Vijge, M Brockhaus, M Di Gregorio, E Muharrom
Global Environmental Change 39, 57-68, 2016
Framing REDD+ in India: Carbonizing and centralizing Indian forest governance?
MJ Vijge, A Gupta
Environmental Science & Policy 38, 17-27, 2014
Migration transforms the conditions for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals
WN Adger, E Boyd, A Fábos, S Fransen, D Jolivet, G Neville, ...
The Lancet Planetary Health 3 (11), e440-e442, 2019
The promise of new institutionalism: explaining the absence of a World or United Nations Environment Organisation
MJ Vijge
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 13, 153-176, 2013
Transforming institutional quality in resource curse contexts: The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative in Myanmar
MJ Vijge, R Metcalfe, L Wallbott, C Oberlack
Resources policy 61, 200-209, 2019
Improving governance quality through global standard setting? Experiences from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative in Indonesia
Y Yanuardi, MJ Vijge, F Biermann
The Extractive Industries and Society 8 (3), 100905, 2021
Options for a national framework for benefit distribution and their relation to community-based and national REDD+ monitoring
M Skutsch, E Turnhout, MJ Vijge, M Herold, T Wits, JW Den Besten, ...
Forests 5 (7), 1596-1617, 2014
Making REDD+ transparent: The politics of measuring, reporting, and verification systems
A Gupta, MJ Vijge, E Turnhout, T Pistorius
Governance through global goals
MJ Vijge, F Biermann, RE Kim, M Bogers, M Van Driel, FS Montesano, ...
Architectures of earth system governance: Institutional complexity and …, 2020
The (Dis) empowering effects of transparency beyond information disclosure: the extractive industries transparency initiative in Myanmar
MJ Vijge
Global Environmental Politics 18 (1), 13-32, 2018
Competing discourses on REDD+: Global debates versus the first Indian REDD+ project
MJ Vijge
Forest Policy and Economics 56, 38-47, 2015
Success factors of global goal‐setting for sustainable development: Learning from the Millennium Development Goals
T Hickmann, F Biermann, M Spinazzola, C Ballard, M Bogers, O Forestier, ...
Sustainable Development 31 (3), 1214-1225, 2023
Can the sustainable development goals green international organisations? Sustainability integration in the International Labour Organisation
FS Montesano, F Biermann, A Kalfagianni, MJ Vijge
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 25 (1), 1-15, 2023
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