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Richard Byrne

Senior Lecturer

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Academic Department: Land and Agri-business Management

Tel: +44 (0)1952 815415

Fax: +44 (0)1952 814783

Office: F58 Jubilee Adams, Tudor Lodge and NW Building

Publications

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Other publications

  • Byrne, R. (2020) The Agriculture Bill is radical, but it may not be enough to sustain smaller British farms London School of Economics and Political Science Brexit Blog
  • Byrne, R. (2020) Food, farming, land use, and net-zero. New agricultural policy for old UK Environmental Law Association 119
  • Adam-Bradford, A., El-Kahlout, G., Byrne, R., Wright, J., Rahman, M. (2020) Stabilisation agriculture: reviewing an emerging concept with case studies from Afghanistan and Iraq. CABI Review 15
  • Byrne, R (2019) A no-deal Brexit would be very tough for farmers – but will the public sympathise? London School of Economics and Political Science Brexit Blog
  • Byrne, R (2019) Farming in Brexitland: weathering the incoming storm London School of Economics and Political Science Brexit Blog
  • Verrall, N., Dunkley, M, Gane, T. & Byrne, R (2019) Dangerous Liaisons A ‘Big Four’ Framework that Provides a ‘Hint’to Understanding an Adversary’s Strategy for Influence The RUSI Journal 164:3, pp52-68
  • Smith, K. & Byrne, R. (2018) Reimagining Rural Crime in England: A Historical Perspective International Journal of Rural Criminology 4(1)
  • Byrne, R. (2018) The Common Agricultural Policy is dead: long live the BAP LSE Brexit Blog
  • Byrne, R. (2018) The migrant labour shortage is already here, and agri-tech can’t yet fill the gap LSE Brexit Blog
  • Smith K, Byrne R (2017) Farm Crime in England and Wales: A Preliminary Scoping Study Examining Farmer Attitudes. International Journal of Rural Criminology 3: 191-223
  • Byrne, R (2017) Building partnerships - Promoting water quality, biodiversity, and supporting farming in the north-west of England Case Studies in the Environment pps. 1–9. electronic ISSN 2374-538X
  • Byrne, R. (2017) The Durand Line Armed Conflict and the Environment Forthcoming
  • Byrne, R. (2017) The relationship between agriculture, food and conflict Armed Conflict and the Environment Forthcoming
  • Byrne, R and Smith, K. (2016) Modern Slavery and Agricultural Production Systems Routledge International Handbook of Rural Criminology. Routledge International Handbook of Rural Criminology.
  • The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime (2015) Organized Crime: A Cross-Cutting Threat to Sustainable Development G (Contributor to technical report )
  • Byrne,R. (2010) Horizon scanning rural crime - agroterrorism an emerging threat to UK agriculture? International Journal of Rural Crime, 1: 62-78, (Published in 2007, subsequently republished in a collected volume 2010 )
  • Byrne, R. (2009)  Agroterrorism, threats , preparedness and industry communication, Nuffield International 
  • Byrne, R (2007) Horizon scanning rural crime - agroterrorism an emerging threat to UK agriculture? International Journal of Rural Crime 1: 62-78
  • Byrne, R (2006) Beyond lovers’ lane – the rise of illicit leisure and pleasure in countryside recreational space Leisure/ Loisir : Journal of the Canadian Association for Leisure Studies Vol. 30, No.1
  • Byrne, R (2005)  Lessons to be learned from Ontario on how to tackle rising rural crime Farmers Club Journal Winter 2005, p10-11
  • Byrne, R (2004) Socio sexual use of public recreational space – managing the Public Sex Environment in Country Parks Proceedings of the Second National Conference, Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management Vol. 1 p351-358
  • Byrne, R (2003)  ‘Setting the Boundaries - tackling Public Sex Environments in Country Parks’ Proceedings of Royal Town Planning Institute Planning Research Conference, Wadham College, University of Oxford
  • Byrne, R (2002) AIDS in Zambia : the effect on subsistence farmers Geography Review Vol. 15, No,4
  • Byrne R (2000)  ‘Drought response in Southern Zambia’ Geography Review Vol. 13 No.3
  • Byrne, R (1996) Field Boundaries in Anglesey, Gwynedd’ Landscape Research Vol. 21 No. 2

Modules

You can contact Richard Byrne if you would like to discuss any of the following course modules:

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