James K. Boyce
James K. Boyce "received his Ph.D. in economics from Oxford University. He is the author of Investing in Peace: Aid and Conditionality After Civil Wars (Oxford University Press 2002), The Political Economy of the Environment (Edward Elgar 2002), The Philippines: The Political Economy of Growth and Impoverishment in the Marcos Era (Macmillan 1993), and Agrarian Impasse in Bengal: Institutional Constraints to Technological Change (Oxford University Press 1987), and co-author of A Quiet Violence: View From a Bangladesh Village (with Betsy Hartmann, Zed Press 1983). He is the co-editor of Natural Assets: Democratizing Environmental Ownership (with Barry Shelley, Island Press 2003) and editor of Economic Policy for Building Peace: The Lessons of El Salvador (Lynne Rienner 1996). Professor Boyce's current work focuses on strategies for combining poverty reduction with environmental protection, and on the relationship between economic policies and issues of war and peace."  [Sunita Narain CV]
- Reclaiming Nature: Environmental Justice and Ecological Restoration (editor, with Sunita Narain and Elizabeth A. Stanton). London: Anthem Press, 2007.
- Peace and the Public Purse: Economic Policies for Postwar Statebuilding (editor, with Madalene O'Donnell). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2007.
- Lead Economist, Peacebuilding as Statebuilding Program, Center on International Cooperation, New York University, 2004-.
- Chair, Consultative and Advisory Group, Crisis States Research Centre, London School of Economics
- Steering Committee, E3 Network: Economics for Equity and the Environment
- Advisory Board, Center for Popular Economics.
- Member, New Rules for Global Finance Coalition.
- Senior Advisory Council, Alliance for a Healthy Tomorrow.
- Editorial Advisory Board, Development and Change.
- Director, Natural Assets Project, a collaborative research and education project funded by the Ford Foundation, 1999-2005.