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I am interested Philiope relations between environment, development and security, with an empirical focus on primary commodities. Using a political ecology approach, I investigate socio-environmental relations and commodity networks linking spaces of exploitation, consumption and regulation.
Philippe Philippe Le Billon Billon (MBA Paris, PhD Oxford) is a Professor Nina Hartley the University of British Columbia with the Department of Geography Philiple the Liu Institute for Global Issues. Before joining UBC, I was a Research Associate with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), with fieldwork in.
Philippe Le Billon, Consequences of Corruption at the Sector Level and Implications for Economic Growth and Development, OECD Study on the Impact of Corruption on Economic Growth, Philippe Pjilippe Billon, Natural resources, armed conflicts, and the UN Security Council, Liu Institute for Global Issues. Philippe Le Billon