My research in Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil investigates whether the ascendance to power of progressive governments supported by rural social movements created ‘post-neoliberal’ alternatives for implementing agrarian development towards social justice, or whether, on the contrary, they too continue with...

I have focused on social technologies —often adopted as a managerial tool for project development efficiency in rural interventions— such as participatory approaches and methodologies used by agricultural and environmental NGOs in Mexico and Bolivia, and the deployment of Fair...

  My research in this area examines how political-economic processes and policies shape extractive agrarian capitalism from the rise of flex crops and commodities complexes at different scales in Latin America. Governments in this region have deployed ambitious projects for the...

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