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Canadian Excellence

Derek Hall




Contact:

email: Derek Hall
phone: 519-884-0710
ext: 2762

 

Publications



Books

Land. Cambridge: Polity, 2013.

Powers of Exclusion: Land Dilemmas in Southeast Asia (with Philip Hirsch and Tania Murray Li). Singapore and Honolulu: National University of Singapore Press and University of Hawai’i Press, 2011.

 
Journal Articles


"Primitive Accumulation, Accumulation by Dispossession, and the Global Land Grab", Third World Quarterly, forthcoming 2013.

S.R.Bush, B. Belton, D. Hall et al. "Certify Sustainable Aquaculture?" Science 341 (9 September 2013), 1067-1068.

"Rethinking Primitive Accumulation: Theoretical Tensions and Rural Southeast Asian Complexities", Antipode 44(4), September 2012, 1188-1208.

“Where the Streets are Paved with Prawns: Crop Booms and Migration in Southeast Asia”, Critical Asian Studies 43(4), December 2011 (forthcoming).

“Land Grabs, Land Control, and Southeast Asian Crop Booms”, Journal of Peasant Studies 38(4), October 2011, 811-831.

“Varieties of Zombieism: Approaching Comparative Political Economy through 28 Days Later and Wild Zero”, International Studies Perspectives 12(1), February 2011, 1-17. 

“Food with a Visible Face: Traceability and the Public Promotion of Private Governance in the Japanese Food System”, Geoforum 41(5), September 2010, 826-835.

“The 2008 World Development Report and the Political Economy of Southeast Asian Agriculture”, Journal of Peasant Studies 36(3), July 2009, 603-609.

“Pollution Export as State and Corporate Strategy: Japan in the 1970s”, Review of International Political Economy 16(2), May 2009, 260-83.

“Smallholders and the Spread of Capitalism in Rural Southeast Asia”, Asia Pacific Viewpoint 45(3), December 2004, 401-14.

“Explaining the Diversity of Southeast Asian Shrimp Aquaculture, Journal of Agrarian Change 4(3), July 2004, 315-35.

“Japanese Spirit, Western Economics: The Continuing Salience of Economic Nationalism in Japan", New Political Economy 9(1), March 2004, 79-99.

“The International Political Ecology of Industrial Shrimp Aquaculture and Industrial plantation Forestry in Asia",  Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 34(2), June 2003, 251-64.

“Environmental Change, Protest, and Havens of Environmental Degradation: Evidence from Japan-Southeast Asia Relations”, Global Environmental Politics 2(2), May 2002, 20-28.

 
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

“Where the Streets are Paved with Prawns: Crop Booms and Migration in Southeast Asia” in Philip F. Kelly, Migration, Agrarian Transition, and Rural Change in Southeast Asia. London and New York: Routledge, forthcoming 2013. (Reprint of 2011 Critical Asian Studies article.)

“Land Grabs, Land Control, and Southeast Asian Crop Booms” in Christian Lund and Nancy Lee Peluso, New Frontiers of Land Control. 2012. (Reprint of 2011 Journal of Peasant Studies article.)

“Japanese Lessons and Transnational Forces: ODA and the Environment” in David Leheny and Kay Warren, Japanese Aid and the Construction of Global Development: Inescapable Solutions. London and New York: Routledge, 2010, 163-182.

“Regional Shrimp, Global Trees, Chinese Vegetables: The Environment in Japan-Asia Relations" in Peter J. Katzenstein and Takashi Shiraishi (eds), Beyond Japan: East Asian Regionalism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2006, 188-210.

“Japanese Spirit, Western Economics: The Continuing Salience of Economic Nationalism in Japan” in Eric Helleiner and Andreas Pickel, Economic Nationalism in a Globalizing World. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2005, 118-38.

 
Selected Non-Refereed Publications

“Double Movement” in Roland Robertson and Jan Aart Scholte, Encyclopedia of Globalization. Grolier Academic, 2006.

“Japan’s Ecological Shadow in Asia: Three Decades of Debate” in Klaus Vollmer (ed.), Umwelt, Natur und Ökologie in Japan und Ostasien. Regionale und vergleichende Perspektiven (Ecology, Environment and Nature in Japan: East Asian and Japanese Perspectives). Munich: Ludicum, 2005, 85-103.

“Japan” and “The Stockholm Conference” in R. C. Paehlke (ed.), Encyclopedia of Conservation and Environmentalism. New York: Garland Publishing, 1995, 377-8 and 605-7.

“Gramsci, Ecology and the Emerging World Order”, International Insights 9(1), 1993, 27-35.