Benjamin Neimark

Benjamin Neimark is a senior lecturer at the School of Business and Management and a fellow at the Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IHSS) at Queen Mary University of London. He is a human geographer and political ecologist whose research focuses on politics of biological conservation and resource extraction, high-value commodity chains, precarious “green” labor, smallholder production, agrarian change, and development.
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Hottest of the Hotspots

Hottest of the Hotspots

The Rise of Eco-precarious Conservation Labor in Madagascar

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