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ZEF - Staff
 

Director

Prof. Dr. Solvay Gerke

 
 
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Department ZEF A: Department of Political and Cultural Change
Research areas - Water resources
Research countries - Ghana
- Indonesia
- Malaysia
Research topic social development, poverty alleviation, Southeast Asian Studies
Projects 1. Governance of Cultural and Bio-Diversity in Southeast Asia
2. Local knowledge and development
Working groups Research Group Culture, Knowledge and Development (ZEFa)
Affiliation of research Institute of Asian Studies, University of Bonn.
School of Social Sciences, Science Universiy of Malaysia, Penang
Publications

Gerke, S., H.-D. Evers, B. The Cuong, T. Bauer, and J. Ehlert. 2012. Managing Knowledge for the Development of the. In: F.G. Renaud and C. Kuenzer (eds.): The Mekong Delta System. Interdisciplinary Analyses of a River. Dordrecht, Springer, 396-421.
Further Information: doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-3962-8_15

Gerke, S. and J. Ehlert. 2011. Local Knowledge as a Strategic Resource: Fisheries in the Seasonal Floodplains of the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. In: Menkhoff, T., H.-D. Evers, Y.W. Chay, and E. F. Pang (eds.): Beyond the Knowledge Trap: Developing Asia's Knowledge-Based Economies. New Jersey, London, Singapore, Beijing: World Scientific, 383-410.

Menkhoff, T., S. Gerke, and H.-D. Evers. 2011. Integrating Natural and Social Sciences: Developing a Water Information Sytem for the Mekong Delta. In: Menkhoff, T., H.-D. Evers, Y.W. Chay, and E. F. Pang (eds.): Beyond the Knowledge Trap: Developing Asia's Knowledge-Based Economies. New Jersey, London, Singapore, Beijing: World Scientific, 411-420.

Menkhoff, T., S. Gerke, and H.D. Evers. 2010. Water and Knowledge Management in Vietnam – Understanding the Mekong Basin. Social Space, 74-79.

Prof. Dr. Solvay Gerke. 2010. Publication List. 3.
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Menkhoff, T., S. Gerke, H.D. Evers and C. Yue-Wah. 2009. Wissen und Entwicklung in Singapur - Trends und Thesen. ASIEN Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Asienkunde, 112-113: 31-52.

Gerke, S. 2008. Introduction to a Dynamic Region: The Straits of Malacca. In: Gerke, S, H.-D. Evers and A.-K. Hornidge (eds.): The Straits of Malacca. Knowledge and Diversity. LIT, Hamburg, 1-5.

Gerke, S. and H.-D. Evers. 2008. The Strategic Importance of the Straits of Malacca. In: Gerke, S, H.-D. Evers and A.-K. Hornidge (eds.): The Straits of Malacca. Knowledge and Diversity. LIT, Hamburg, 7-21.

Gerke, S. and N. Sultana. 2008. Inter-ethnic Marital Practice of Bangladeshi Diaspora. An Example of Diaspora Adaptation and This Age of Globalization. Journal of Indonesian and Malay Studies, accepted.

Gerke, S. and S. Meinert. 2008. Cultural Diversity at the Straits of Malacca: A Study of Associations of Georgetown, Penang. In: Evers, H.-D. and A.-K. Hornidge (eds.): The Straits of Malacca. Knowledge and Diversity. LIT, Hamburg, 153-203.

Gerke, S., H.-D. Evers and A.-K. Hornidge. 2008. The Straits of Malacca: Knowledge and Diversity. LIT Verlag/Straits G.T., Berlin, London, Penang,

Gerke, S. 2005. Social Transformation in Indonesia. LIT-Verlag/ St. Martin’s Press, Hamburg / New York,

Additional Information Solvay Gerke is currently on leave as director of the Centre for Development Research, University of Bonn, a position she has been holding since 2005. From 2011 until 2013 she was visiting professor at the Centre for Policy Research and International Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang. She was formerly professor of Southeast Asian studies and director of the Institute of Oriental and Asian Studies, University of Bonn. She has carried out field research in Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam and is leading several large research projects in Vietnam, China and Ghana dealing with knowledge management, water resources management and governance issues. She has worked as a consultant for several German and international organisations. She is the author of Social Change and Life Planning of Rural Javanese Women (Breitenbach, 1992), co-editor of The Straits of Malacca: Knowledge and Diversity (LIT, 2008) and Beyond the Knowledge Trap: Developing Asia’s Knowledge-Based Economies (World Scientific, 2011). A new book “Penang and the Straits of Malacca: Connecting Oceans, Societies and Knowledge” will be published in 2015.
 
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