Department: ZEF A

2019

Abeka, E., F.A. Asante, W.Laube and S.N. A. Codjoe. 2019. Contested causes of flooding in poor urban areas in Accra, Ghana: an actor-oriented perspective. Environment, Development and Sustainability, : 1-17. Further Information
Bilgen, A. 2019. Is development the continuation of ‘anti-politics’ by other means? An investigation based on the Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) in Turkey. Forum for Development Studies, 10.1080/08039410.2019.1593239: (advance online publication). Further Information
Bustillos Ardaya, A., M. Evers and L. Ribbe. 2019. Integrated Participatory Methodologies for Disaster Risk Reduction: Tools to Analyze Complex Systems Through Participatory Processes in Brazil. Strategies and Tools for a Sustainable Rural Rio de Janeiro. Further Information
Cantoni R., and K. E. Rignall. 2019. Kingdom of the sun: a critical, multiscalar analysis of Morocco’s solar energy strategy. Energy Research & Social Science, 51: 20-31. Further Information
Desta, H., B. Lemma, T. Stellmacher, and E. Gebremariam. 2019. Water use and management of Lake Ziway and its watershed, Ethiopia: The perception of experts vis-à-vis the latest state of research. Environment, Development and Sustainability, Springer, : 1-20.
Kelboro, G. and Stellmacher, T. 2019. Global changes in local governance of the commons: the case of the African Parks Foundation engagement in Nech Sar National Park, Ethiopia. In: Haller, T., Breu, T., De Moor, T., Rohr, C. and Znoj, H (eds.): The commons in a glocal world: global connections and local responses. Routledge. 376-391. Further Information
Leta G., G. Kelboro, K. van Assche, T. Stellmacher, A.-K. Hornidge. 2019. Rhetorics and realities of participation: the Ethiopian agricultural extension system and its participatory turns. Critical Policy Studies, DOI: 10.1080/19460171.2019.1616212 . (Open Access) Further Information
MP Opoku, W. Nketsia, E. Agyei-Okyere, OS Oginni & EL Torgbenu. 2019. Inclusive education in West Africa: predictors of parental attitudes, knowledge and perceived social norms influencing inclusive practices in Ghana and Nigeria. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 8(23)1-19. Further Information
Salack S., A. Bossa, J. Bliefernicht, S. Berger, Y. Yira, K.A. Sanoussi, S. Guug, D. Heinzeller, A.S. Avocanh, B. Hamadou, S. Meda, B.A. Diallo, I.B. Bado, I.A. Saley, E.K. Daku, N.Z. Lawson, A. Ganaba, S. Sanfo, K. Hien, A. Aduna, G. Steup, B. Diekkrüge. 2019. Designing Transnational Hydroclimatological Observation Networks and Data Sharing Policies in West Africa. Data Science Journal, 18 (33): 1-15. Further Information
Youkhana, Eva. 2019. Die Untersuchung von Akteursnetzwerken in der kritischen Stadtforschung. Forschungsjournal Soziale Bewegungen, 1 (32): 123-138.

2018

Anteneh, Y., T. Stellmacher, G. Zeleke, W. Mekuria, E. Gebremariam. 2018. Dynamics of land change: insights from a three-level intensity analysis of the Legedadie-Dire catchments, Ethiopia. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Springer, 190: 308-330.
BA Alupo, OS Oginni, MP Opoku, EL Torgbenu. 2018. Psychological experiences of refugees and the response of the community in the Lake Chad region. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 3(11): 215-231. Further Information
Basu, A.K., U. Grote, R. Hicks, and T. Stellmacher. 2018. Multiple Certifications and Consumer Purchase Decisions: a Case Study of Willingness to Pay for Coffee in Germany. In: Priyanka Parvathi, Ulrike Grote, Hermann Waibel (eds.): Fair Trade and Organic Agriculture: A Winning Combination?. CAB International, Wallingford, UK. 61-67.
Bech Hansen, C. and M. Kaiser. 2018. Transnational practices and Post-Soviet collective identity. In: G. Schlee, A. Horstmann (eds.): Difference and Sameness as Modes of Integration. Oxford & New York: Berghahn Books. p. 126-144. Download [GIF | 15.18KB]
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Bilgen, A. 2018. The Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) in Turkey: An alternative perspective on the major rationales of GAP. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, doi: 10.1080/19448953.2018.1506287: (advance online publication). Further Information
Bilgen, A. 2018. 1977’den 2017’ye Güneydoğu Anadolu Projesi (GAP): GAP’ın 40 yılı üzerine nitel ve çok boyutlu bir değerlendirme. Ankara Üniversitesi Siyasal Bilgiler Fakültesi Dergisi, 73(3): 811–840. (Open Access) Further Information
Bilgen, A. 2018. The Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) revisited: The evolution of GAP over forty years. New Perspectives on Turkey, 58: 125–154. Further Information
Bilgen, A. 2018. A project of destruction, peace, or techno-science? Untangling the relationship between the Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) and the Kurdish question in Turkey. Middle Eastern Studies, 54(1): 94–113. Further Information
Bilgen, A. 2018. Turkey’s Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP): A qualitative review of the literature. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 10.1080/13530194.2018.1549978: (advance online publication). Further Information
Bukari, K. N., P. Sow and J. Scheffran. 2018. Cooperation and Co-Existence Between Farmers and Herders in the Midst of Violent Farmer-Herder Conflicts in Ghana. African Studies Review, https://doi.org/10.1017/asr.2017.124. Further Information
Cantoni R., A. Lis, and A. Stasik. 2018. Creating and debating energy citizenship: the case of Poland’s shale gas. In: Anna Szolucha (eds.): Energy, Resource Extraction and Society. Impacts and Contested Futures. Routledge. 53-69.
Cantoni R., M.L. Klaes, S. Lackerbauer, C. Foltyn and R. Keller. 2018. Shale tales: a comparative study of the shale gas promise in France and Poland. The Extractive Industries and Society, 5 (4): TBD. Further Information
Cantoni, R. 2018. Second Galicia? Poland’s shale gas affair through historical lenses. The Geological Society of London, Special Publication, "History of the European Oil and Gas Industry", 465: 201-217.
Cantoni, R., and M. Musso (eds.). 2018. L’énergie en Afrique : les faits et les chiffres. Afrique contemporaine, 261-262: 9-23. Further Information
Capote-Fuentes, R.T., U. Grote, L. Byer, and T. Stellmacher. 2018. Evolution of Producer Organizations in Fair Trade Coffee Certification. In: Parvathi, P., U. Grote, H. Waibel (eds.): Fair Trade and Organic Agriculture: A Winning Combination?. CAB International, Wallingford, UK. 30-43.
Dietz, T. Börner, J; Förster, J.J.; von Braun, J.. 2018. Governance of the bioeconomy: A global comparative study of national bioeconomy strategies. Sustainability , 10(9): 20. (Open Access) Further Information
Ekren, E. 2018. Obstacles to Refugees’ Self-Reliance in Germany. Forced Migration Review, 58: 30-32. (Open Access) Download [PDF | 345.40KB]
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EL.Torgbenu, OS. Oginni, MP. Opoku, W. Nketsia, E. Agyei-Okyere. 2018. Inclusive practices in Nigeria: Exploring parental attitude, knowledge and perceived social norms influencing implementation. International Journal of Inclusive Education. , 8(22) .
Gerba L., G. Kelboro, T. Stellmacher, K. van Assche and A.-K. Hornidge. 2018. Nikinake: the moblization of labor and skill development in rural Ethiopia. Natural Resources Forum, United Nations Sustainable Development Journal. Wiley, 10.1111/1477-8947.12145: 17.
Hill, J. and S. Singh. 2018. Food insecure for 20 years. In: Narain, S., Bhushan, C., et al. (eds.): State of India’s Environment 2018. Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi. 96-99.
Jena, P.R., U. Grote, and T. Stellmacher. 2018. Certifying Coffee Cooperatives in Ethiopia, India and Nicaragua: How Far Do Small-scale Coffee Producers Benefit?. In: Parvathi, P., Grote, U. and Waibel, H. (eds.): Fair Trade and Organic Agriculture: A Winning Combination?. CAB International, Wallingford, UK. 157-173.
Kamau, J.W., T. Stellmacher, L. Biber-Freudenberger, and C. Borgemeister. 2018. Organic and conventional agriculture in Kenya: A typology of smallholder farms in Kajiado and Murang’a counties. Journal for Rural Studies. Elsevier, 57: 171-185.
Leta, G., T. Stellmacher, G. Kelboro, K. van Asche and A.-K. Hornidge. 2018. Social learning in smallholder agriculture: the struggle against systemic inequalities. Journal of Workingplace Learning, . (Open Access) Further Information
Mora-Motta, A.. 2018. Salidas a la crisis ambiental: conciencia relacional, transdisciplinariedad y suficiencia en la base de otra economía (Reseña de Max-Neef, M. Economía Herética: treinta y cinco años a contracorriente. Barcelona: Icaria, 2017). Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente, (46): 357-361. (Open Access) Further Information
Núñez Jover, J.and G. Figueroa Alfonso. 2018. University, Technology and Development: Reflections from the South. Spanish Philosophy of Technology, 24: 139-150. Further Information
Nyang’au, I.M., G. Kelboro, A.-K. Hornidge, C.A.O. Midega, C. Borgemeister. 2018. Transdisciplinary Research: Collaborative Leadership and Empowerment Towards Sustainability of Push-Pull Technology. Sustainability. Sustainability, 10(7): 2378. (Open Access) Further Information
OS. Oginni, MP. Opoku and B.A. Alupo. 2018. Terrorism in the Lake Chad Region: Integration of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 1(33): 1-17. Further Information
Saravanan.V.S. 2018. Contestation and Negotiation of Individual's Health in Urban India: A Situated Political Approach. World Development, 104: 375–387. Further Information
Sterl S., Liersch S., Koch H., van Lipzig N.P.M., and W. Thiery. 2018. A new approach for assessing synergies of solar and wind power: implications for West Africa. Environmental Research Letters, 13 (9), 094009. (Open Access) Further Information
Uwe Holtz. 2018. SDGs und demokratische Partizipation. Was ist die Rolle der Parlamente?. In: Tobias Debiel (eds.): Entwicklungspolitik in Zeiten der SDGs. https://www.sef-bonn.org/fileadmin/SEF-Dateiliste/04_Publikationen/Weitere_Publikationen/Sonderpublikationen/sb-2018_essayband-nuscheler_de.pdf . 93-98. Further Information