By Craig R. Janes,Oyuntsetseg Chuluundorj
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Medical anthropologist Craig R. Janes is a professor and the director of the varsity of Public future health and wellbeing and fitness structures on the collage of Waterloo. he's a contributor to A significant other to clinical Anthropology.
Oyuntsetseg Chuluundorj is a researcher on the United international locations inhabitants Fund in Mongolia.
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Making Disasters: Climate Change, Neoliberal Governance, and Livelihood Insecurity on the Mongolian Steppe (School for Advanced Research Resident Scholar Book) by Craig R. Janes,Oyuntsetseg Chuluundorj