Ecology Policy Research Group (GIEP)

  • Ecuador

Organization profile

Organization profile

The Political Ecology Research Group (GIEP) has set itself the challenge of analyzing the effect of new public policies and changes in the production matrix, within the sphere of natural resources, in addition to the consequences that these may generate in the rural world from an economic, social and solidarity perspective.

On the other hand, it is necessary to know how these transformations generate identity changes in the young population, especially indigenous people, in their relationship with nature. These research proposals constitute a continuation of work that the three researchers have been doing in the past.


Dr. Maria Elizabeth Bravo Velasquez, Ph.D.

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    El Territorio Y Los Actores Dela Economía Social Y Solidaria (Fase 3)

    Castro Medina, A. J., Pazmiño Constante, M. F. & Vaca Noroña, J. E.


    Project: Research and Development

    Evaluation Of The Impacts Of The Earthquake Of April 16, 2016 In Peasant Economies Of Manabí

    Bravo Velasquez, M. E., Ortiz Cofre, A. R. & Pino Miño, V. A.


    Project: Research and Development

    Research Output

    • 9 Citations
    • 2 h-Index
    • 9 Article
    • 7 Book
    • 5 Chapter

    Ecología Política De Los Desastres El Terremoto Del 2016 En Ecuador

    Translated title of the contribution: Political Ecology Of Disasters 2016 Earthquake In EcuadorBravo Velasquez, M. E., 15 Jun 2018

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    Economía Popular Y Solidaria: ¿Realidad O Utopía?

    Translated title of the contribution: Popular and Solidarity Economy: Reality or Utopia?Castro Medina, A. J., 27 Mar 2018

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    Agroecology in Ecuador: historical processes, achievements, and challenges

    Intriago, R., Gortaire Amézcua, R., Bravo, E. & O’Connell, C., 21 Apr 2017, In : Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems. 41, 3, p. 311-328 18 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 7 Scopus citations