Klein, B. I. (2022). Mineral commons: Collective claims to territory in the goldfields of Madagascar. Political Geography, 99, 102783.
Zhu, A. L., & Klein, B. (2022). The rise of flexible extraction: Boom-chasing and subject-making in northern Madagascar. Geoforum.
Klein, B. I. (2022). “Local institutions and artisanal mining: Governance forms in the goldfields of Madagascar.” Journal of Rural Studies, 92, 269-283.
Klein, B.I. “Dina, Domination, and Resistance: Indigenous Institutions, Local Politics, and Resource Governance in Madagascar.” Under review at Journal of Peasant Studies.
Klein, B.I. and Mullard, S. “(Re)Interpreting Corruption in Local Environments: Disputed Definitions, Contested Conservation, and Power Plays in Northern Madagascar.” Under review at Political Geography.
Klein, B.I. (2020). “Madagascar: Emergence and Persistence on the Hundred-Year Frontier.” In B. Verbrugge and S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
Academic Magazine Articles
Klein, B.I., Postar, S., Dev, L., Faxon, H., & Libassi, M. (2021). “How COVID Is Reconfiguring Labor in Extractive Industries.” Edge Effects.
“Everyday Exploitation: Extraction and Accumulation in the Mines of Madagascar”
“Expectations of Modern Infrastructure: Chinese Investments, Paved Roads, and Golden Ambitions in Northern Madagascar”
“Chimeric Institutions and Local Environmental Governance: The Past and Present Lives of Malagasy Dina.”
“Belonging in Extractive Landscapes: Labor, Mobility, and Kinship in the Mineral Fields of Madagascar”
“Shaded Governance: Fragmented Authority in Madagascar’s Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sector.”
Klein, B.I. and Mullard, S. “Community based natural resource management as a good governance and anti-corruption method: Lessons from Madagascar.” (Submitted for External Review).
Klein, B.I., Zhu, A., Pardo-Herrera, C., Mullard, S. (2021, February). “Enrolling the Local: Community-Based Anti-Corruption Efforts and Institutional Capture.” TNRC Topic Brief.