The following PEN-related publications are authored by PEN partners or PEN resource people, names in bold, and use PEN methods and/or data, or were at least partly funded by PEN
Bong,I.W., Hogarth, N., Wunder,S. 2016. Pilot-testing the up-scaled forestry module and sourcebook for the LSMS-ISA Indonesia. Final Report.
Ra, K., Pichdara, L., Dararath, Y., Jiao, X. and Smith-Hall, C. 2011. Towards understanding household level forest reliance in Cambodia – study sites, methods, and preliminary findings. Forest & Landscape Working Papers no. 60-2011. Forest & Landscape Denmark.
Obiri, B.D., E. Marfo, E. Nutakor, J. Cobbinah, and T. Treue. 2011. Estimating rural forest dependency in Ghana: Contextual information, methods and preliminary results. Forest and Landscape Working paper no. 64, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Baten, M.A., Khan, N. A., Ahammad, R. and Misbahuzzaman, K. 2010. Village Common Forests in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh: Balance between conservation and exploitation. Article published in collaboration with Unnayan Anneshan, the Innovators, Center for Research and Action for Development, Bangladesh.
Pouliot, M., Ouedraogo, B., Simonsen, H. L., and Smith-Hall, C. 2010. Household-level studies of forests and poverty in Burkina Faso: Contextual information, methods and preliminary results. Forest & Landscape Working Papers no. 47-2010. Forest & Landscape Denmark.
Jagger, P. 2008. Forest Incomes after Uganda's Forest Sector Reform: Are the Poor Gaining? CAPRi (CGIAR System Wide Program on Collective Action and Property Rights) Working Paper Series No 92. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.
Lund, J. F., Larsen, H. O., Khanal Chhetri, B. B., Rayamahi, S., Nielsen, Ø. J., Olsen, C. S., Uberhuaga, P., Puri L. and Prado Córdova,J. P. 2008. When Theory Meets Reality; How To Do Forest Income Surveys In Practice. Forest & Landscape Working Papers No. 29-2008. Hørsholm: Forest & Landscape Denmark.