Mapping the Research Landscape on Poaching: A Decadal Systematic Review
Poaching is a widespread activity that affects wildlife management goals and undermines conservation efforts worldwide. Despite its complexity, many researches still treat it as a one-dimensional phenomenon.
IIS researcher Camila Islas is one of the co-authors of an article which indicates that global scientific knowledge about poaching over the past 10 years is biased. The study highlights the imbalance between developed countries who produce more knowledge on the subject and developing countries, commonly objects of interest.