Mariana Victoria GluchFundación Bariloche · Análisis de sistemas complejos
Mariana Victoria Gluch
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Socially shared expectations about people’s behavior and worldviews, both in terms of how they work and how they should work, are part of the concept of social imaginaries. Beyond representing the idiosyncrasy of a society, imaginaries can play cohesive, critical, or transformative roles over societies and their supporting systems. Therefore, we po...
Employment is a largely neglected indirect benefit in ecosystem services (ES) assessments, despite its relevance in countries with abundant rural landscapes. We present an analysis of the spatial connections between landscape composition (as a proxy of natural capital and ES) and employment level as measured by the number of people employed in tour...
The relationships among social capital (SC) and collective actions (CA) for nature conservation and management were analyzed across five case studies characterised by specific land-use dynamics in the South American continent. Data on SC and CA were obtained through a semi-structured questionnaire to groups of selected social actors. Multivariate s...
With the exception of subsistence economies, employment benefits along a value chain may represent a relevant, but also a generally neglected part of the wealth derived from nature. Our objective is twofold: i) to determine the extent to which ecosystem services (ES) supply at municipality scale relates to local employment in different regions and...