Sara Geenen
Sara Geenen
Associate professor, Institute of Development Policy (IOB), University of
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A dangerous bet: The challenges of formalizing artisanal mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo
S Geenen
Resources Policy 37 (3), 322-330, 2012
Dispossession, displacement and resistance: Artisanal miners in a gold concession in South-Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo
S Geenen
Resources Policy 40, 90-99, 2014
Artisanal frontier mining of gold in Africa: Labour transformation in Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo
DF Bryceson, S Geenen
African Affairs 115 (459), 296-317, 2016
African artisanal mining from the inside out. Access, norms and power in Congo's gold sector
G Sara
Routledge, 2015
The gold commodity frontier: A fresh perspective on change and diversity in the global gold mining economy
B Verbrugge, S Geenen
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (2), 413-423, 2019
Win-win or unequal exchange? The case of the Sino-Congolese cooperation agreements
S Marysse, S Geenen
The Journal of Modern African Studies 47 (3), 371-396, 2009
Disputed access to the gold sites in Luhwindja, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
S Geenen, K Claessens
The Journal of Modern African Studies 51 (1), 85-108, 2013
Mining cooperatives in Eastern DRC The interplay between historical power relations and formal institutions
J De Haan, S Geenen
The Extractive Industries and Society 3 (3), 823-831, 2016
Explaining fragmented and fluid mobilization in gold mining concessions in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo
S Geenen, J Verweijen
The Extractive Industries and Society 4 (4), 758-765, 2017
In the face of reform: what future for ASM in the eastern DRC?
S Geenen, B Radley
Futures 62, 58-66, 2014
Relations and regulations in local gold trade networks in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo
S Geenen
Journal of Eastern African Studies 5 (3), 427-446, 2011
'Qui Cherche, Trouve'The political economy of access to gold mining and trade in South Kivu, DRC
S Geenen
Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium), 2014
‘Who seeks, finds’: How artisanal miners and traders benefit from gold in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
S Geenen
The European Journal of Development Research 25, 197-212, 2013
Global gold production touching ground: Expansion, informalization, and technological innovation
B Verbrugge, S Geenen
Springer Nature, 2020
Land grabbing by mining companies: Local contentions and state reconfiguration in South Kivu (DRC)
S Geenen, J Hönke
Losing your land: Dispossession in the Great Lakes, 58-81, 2014
Underground dreams. Uncertainty, risk and anticipation in the gold production network
S Geenen
Geoforum 91, 30-38, 2018
Local elites’ extraversion and repositioning: Continuities and changes in Congo’s mineral production networks
S Geenen, J Cuvelier
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (2), 390-398, 2019
Invisible and ignored? Local perspectives on mercury in Congolese gold mining
B Nkuba, L Bervoets, S Geenen
Journal of Cleaner Production 221, 795-804, 2019
Local livelihoods, global interests and the state in the Congolese mining sector
S Geenen
Natural resources and local livelihoods in the Great Lakes Region of Africa …, 2011
Tiraillements autour du secteur minier de l’Est de la RDC
S Geenen, R Custers
L’Afrique des Grands Lacs. Annuaire 2009-2010, 231-258, 2010
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