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Tschopp, Maurice Nicolas; Bieri, Sabin; Rist, Stephan (2018). Quinoa and production rules: how are cooperatives contributing to governance of natural resources? International journal of the commons, 12(1), pp. 402-427. Igitur 10.18352/ijc.826

Tschopp, Maurice Nicolas (2018). The quinoa boom and the commoditisation debate: critical reflections on the re-emergence of a peasantry in the Southern Altiplano. Alternautas, 4(2), pp. 67-85. Alternautas London

Tschopp, Maurice Nicolas; Ceddia, Michele Graziano; Ingguagiato, Carla; Zepharovich, Elena (2018). Understanding feedbacks in human-natural systems: Development and adoption of sustainable agricultural practices in the Chaco Salteño (Unpublished). In: FLARE Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark. 17-20 October 2018.


Schulz, Tobias; Hufty, Marc; Tschopp, Maurice Nicolas (2017). Small and smart: the role of Switzerland in the Cartagena and Nagoya protocols negotiations. International environmental agreements: politics, law and economics, 17(4), pp. 553-571. Springer 10.1007/s10784-016-9334-9

Tschopp, Maurice Nicolas (2017). The quinoa boom and the commoditization debate: Critical perspective and re-emergence of a peasantry in the Southern Altiplano (Unpublished). In: International Conference on Research for Development (ICRD). Bern, Switzerland. 7 September 2017.


Tschopp, Maurice Nicolas (2016). Extensive quinoa production in Southern Bolivia: How are producers associations shaping the governance of natural resources? (Unpublished). In: IASC European Regional Conference: Commons in a ‘Glocal’ World: Global Connections and Local Responses. Berne, Switzerland. 10.-13.05.2016.


Tschopp, Maurice; Romero Romay, Daniela; Zamora, Elizabeth; Bieri, Sabin (2015). Quinoa production in the Nor Lipez province (Bolivia): Gender roles in export-led agriculture and challenges for research on rural employment. In: Fourth Global Conference on Economic Geography. Oxford, UK. 19.-23.08.2015.

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