Department: ZEF A

2017

Thapa, P. and S. Muthusamy.  2017.  Lost in transition: menstrual experiences of intellectually disabled school-going adolescents in Delhi, India.  Waterlines, 4 (36)   . Further Information

2016

Amankwah, K., Shtaltovna, A., Kelboro, G. and A.-K. Hornidge.  2016.  A critical review of the follow-the-innovation approach: Stakeholder collaboration and agricultural innovation development.  African Journal of Rural Development, 1   : 35-49   . (Open Access)   Download [PDF]
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Amoo-Adare E.  2016.  Renegade Architecture.  In: Janell Hobson (eds.): Are All Women Still White? Rethinking Race, Expanding Feminisms. SUNY Press.   75-88.  Further Information
Bech Hansen, C.  2016.  Transnational Practices and Post-Soviet Collective Identity.  In: Schlee, G (eds.): Difference and Sameness,. Berghahn, Oxford.  
Bukari, Kaderi Noagah.  2016.  A Concomitant of Conflict and Consensus: Case of a Chieftaincy Succession in Ghana.  Peace and Conflict Studies, 23(1)   : 1-26   . (Open Access)   Further Information
Cermeño, H., & Mielke, K.  2016.  Cityscapes of Lahore: Reimagining the Urban.  In Thaap Journal 2016: People’s history of Pakistan, Lahore: Pakistan, : 110-139   .
Diriba, D., H. Azadi, F. Senbeta, K. Abebe, F. Taheri, T. Stellmacher.  2016.  Urban sprawl and its impacts on land use change in Central Ethiopia.  Journal of Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. Elsevier, 16   : 132-141   .
Feuer, H.N..  2016.  Our land of milk and honey: Spirituality in the transformation of ecological and heritage production.  In: S. Antony and E. M. Schmidt (eds.): Beyond the Superficial: Making Sense of Food in a Globalized World. Inter-Disciplinary Press.   97-110. 
Getnet Tadeke, Asrat Ayalew, & Michael Levinsohn.  2016.  (Re) building Livelihoods of Communities Confronting HIV and AIDS in Ethiopia.  Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review, 32(1)   : 63-91   .
Hornidge, A.-K., Shtaltovna, A. and C. Schetter.  2016.  Agricultural Knowledge and Knowledge Systems in Post-Soviet Societies.  Peter Lang. ISBN: 978-3-0343-2006-1. Bern, Switzerland.
Laube, W..  2016.  What Makes Kofi Run? Changing Aspirations and Cultural Models of Success in Northern Ghana.  AnthropoChildren, 6   : 1-25   . (Open Access)   Further Information
Laube, W..  2016.  Climate Change Adaptation, Education, and Rural Transformation in Northern Ghana. Moving Beyond an Agricultural Focus.  In: J. A. Yaro & J. Hesselberg (eds.): Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability in Rural West Africa. Springer International Publishing.   121-145.  Further Information
Lauer, H. and I. Eguavoen.  2016.  Mainstreaming climate change adaptation into development in the Gambia: A window of opportunity for transformative processes?.  In: Filho Leal, W. (eds.): Innovation in climate change adaptation. Springer.   87-98. 
Lenny Martini.  2016.  Knowledge Sharing in a Creative City.  Procedia Computer Science , No. 99 (2016)   : 79-90   . (Open Access)   Further Information
Núñez Jover, J.; Figueroa Alfonso, G.; Alcázar Quiñones, A. and Armas Marrero.  2016.  Higher Education, Technological Change, and Local Development: Experiences and Challenges in Cuban Context.  In: Al-Hakim, L.; Xiaobo Wu ; Koronios, A. and Shou Y. (eds.): Handbook of Research on Driving Competitive Advantage through Sustainable, Lean, and Disruptive Innovation. Chapter 16. IGI Global.   376-395. 
Papa Sow, Elina Marmer and Jürgen Scheffran.  2016.  En Route to Hell: Dreams of Adventure and Traumatic Experiences Among West African “Boat People” to Europe.  In: Lynda Mannik (eds.): Migration by Boat. Discourses of Trauma, Exclusion and Survival. Berghahn.   290 .  Download [PDF]
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Pforte, L. & Selbmann, K.  2016.  Evaluation of Ecological Criteria of Biofuel Certification in Germany.  Sustainability, 8   : Art. 936   . (Open Access)   Further Information
Saravanan VS, Marissa Ayessa Idenal, Shahin Saiyed, Deepak Saxena and Solvay Gerke.  2016.  Urbanization and human health in urban India: institutional analysis of water-borne diseases in Ahmedabad.  Health Policy and Planning, doi: 010.1093/heapol/czw039   : 1-11   . Download [PDF]
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Schulz, K. and R. Siriwardane.  2016.  The Risk Frontier: Perceiving Social Transformations in Rural and Peri-urban West Africa Through a Territorial Lens.  In: Yaro, J.A. and Hesselberg, J. (eds.) (eds.): Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability in Rural West Africa. Springer.   171-189.  Further Information
Schulz, K., and Siriwardane, R..  2016.  The Risk Frontier: Perceiving Social Transformations in Rural and Peri-urban West Africa through a Territorial Lens.  In: J. Yaro (eds.): Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability in Rural West Africa . Berlin: Springer .  
Selbmann, K. & Ide, T.  2016.  Climate Change, Biofuels, and Conflict.  In: Sarup Singh, R., Pandey, A. & Gnansounou, E. (eds.): Biofuels: Production and Future Perspectives. CRC Press.   25-35.  Further Information
Siwei Tan.  2016.  Space and Environment in the Industrialising Mekong Delta.  LIT Verlag. Berlin-Münster-Wien-Zürich-London. Further Information

2015

Adaawen, S.A..  2015.  Changing Reproductive Behaviour and Migration as Response to Climate/Environmental Change: Evidence from Rural Northern Ghana.  In: Hilmann, F., M. Pahl, B. Rafflenbeul & S. Harald (eds.): Migration, Environmental Change and Adaptation – Bringing in the Region . Palgrave Macmillan.   203-222. 
Adaawen, S.A., V. Dreier & P. Sow.  2015.  Migration and Natural Resource Scarcity within the context of Climate Variability in West Africa.  Migration, Environment and Climate Change Policy Brief Series, 1 (3)   : 1-8   . (Open Access)  
Bukari, K.N. and N. Schareika..  2015.  Stereotypes, prejudices and exclusion of Fulani pastoralists in Ghana.  Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice, 5(20)   : 1-12   . (Open Access)  
Eguavoen, I., K. Schulz, S. de Wit, F. Weisser and D. Müller-Mahn.  2015.  Political dimensions of climate change adaptation. Conceptual reflections and African examples.  In: W. Filho Leal (eds.): Handbook on climate change adaptation. Springer.   1183-1199. 
Hayal, D., B. Lemma, G. Albert and T. Stellmacher.  2015.  Degradation of Lake Ziway, Ethiopia: A Study on the Environmental Perceptions of School Students.  Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management. John Wiley and Sons Publishing, 20   : 243-255   .
Hill, J.K.W.  2015.  F1 hybrid rice in eastern India: Silver bullet or capitalist ploy?.  Capitalism Nature Socialism, 26(3)   : 73-88   . Further Information
Jena, P. R., T. Stellmacher and U. Grote.  2015.  Can coffee certification schemes increase incomes of smallholder farmers? Evidence from Jinotega, Nicaragua.  Environment, Development and Sustainability. Springer, : DOI: 10.1007/s10668-015-9732-0   .
Kelboro, G. and Stellmacher, T.  2015.  Protected areas as contested spaces: Nech Sar National Park, Ethiopia, between ‘local people’, the state, and NGO engagement.  Environmental Development, 16   : 63-75   .
Kelboro, G. and Stellmacher, T.  2015.  Protect and lose? Conservation and conflicts in Nech Sar National Park, Ethiopia.  In: Stellmacher, T. (eds.): Socio-ecological change in rural Ethiopia: Understanding local dynamics in environmental planning and natural resource management . Peter Lang Academic Publisher.   17-36. 
Kumaran, V., Swaminathan, D.  2015.  Local Action Planning for Pro-Poor Urban Governance in the Southern Megacity of Chennai, India.  In: R. B. Singh (eds.): rban Development Challenges, Risks and Resilience in Asian Mega Cities. Advances in Geographical and Environmental Science. Springer.   175-190. 
Naz, F..  2015.  Water, Water Lords, and Caste: A Village Study from Gujarat, India.  Capitalism Nature Socialism, DOI:10.1080/10455752.2015.1066835   . Further Information
Patterson, James, Karsten Schulz, Joost Vervoort, Carolina Adler, Margot Hurlbert, Sandra van der Hel, Andreas Schmidt, Aliyu Barau, Pedi Obani, Mahendra Sethi, Nina Hissen, Mark Tebboth, Karen Anderton, Susanne Börner, and Oscar Widerberg.  2015.  'Transformations towards sustainability'. Emerging approaches, critical reflections, and a research agenda.  Earth System Governance Working Paper No. 34, Lund and Amsterdam   . (Open Access)   Download [PDF]
Saravanan V.S., D. Mavalankar, S.P. Kulkarni, S. Nussbaum, and M. Weigelt.  2015.  Metabolized-Water Breeding Diseases in Urban India - Sociospatiality of Water Problems and Health Burden in Ahmedabad City.  Journal of Industrial Ecology , 19   : 93-103   .
Saravanan, V.S..  2015.  Agents of institutional change: The contribution of new institutionalism in understanding water governance in India.  Environmental Science and Policy, 53   : 225-235   . Further Information
Saravanan, V.S., M Ul-Hassan, B Schraven.  2015.  Irrigation water management in Uzbekistan: analyzing the capacity of households to improve water use profitability.  In: Vlek, et. Al. (eds.): Restructuring Land Allocation, Water Use and Agricultural Value Chains: Technologies, Policies and Practices for the Lower Amudarya Region. ZEF.   25. 
Schulz, K. and Siriwardane R.  2015.  Depoliticised and Technocratic? Normativity and the Politics of Transformative Adaptation.  Earth System Governance Working Paper No. 33, Lund and Amsterdam   . (Open Access)   Download [PDF | 172.67KB]
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Shtaltovna, A.  2015.  Knowledge gaps and rural development in Tajikistan: agricultural advisory services as a panacea?.  Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, DOI: 10.1080/1389224X.2014.997257   . (Open Access)  
Shtaltovna, A., Van Assche, K., Hornidge, A.-K.  2015.  Accounting in evolving organizations.  Applying Evolutionary Governance Theory. Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-12273-1.