Currently an assistant professor of political science at Yale University, Arun Agrawal has taught at the University of Florida and carried out extensive research in the fields of environmental politics, development, decentralization, and community. His articles have appeared in journals such as "Development and Change", "Human Ecology", "Human Organization", the Journal of Theoretical Politics, Peace and Change, and World Development, among others. Coeditor of Agrarian Environments and Regional Modernities (both currently under review), he has also published in several edited volumes. His first book, Greener Pastures: Politics, Exchange, and Community among a Migrant Pastoral People, will be copublished by Duke and Oxford University Presses.
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Publication information: Book title: Decentralization in Nepal:A Comparative Analysis: Participatory District Development Program. Contributors: Arun Agrawal - Author, Charla Britt - Author, Keshav Kanel - Author. Publisher: ICS Press. Place of publication: Oakland, CA. Publication year: 1998. Page number: 96.
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