Stockholm Resilience Centre
I am an environmental social scientist (PhD University of Edinburgh) conducting quantitative and qualitative interdisciplinary analyses on how resource governance and the adaptive capacity of local land users affect ecosystem services and multidimensional human wellbeing. My work has mainly focused on forest-agriculture landscapes in low and middle income countries. I mainly use tree inventories, social surveys/interviews and spatio-temporal datasets. Methods include regression, archetype analysis, qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) and thematic coding.