Publications of SA-GER Members

Publications of SA-GER CDR Members

Publications show up with the name of the SA-GER CDR staff member, even if these are joint publications. Co-authors show up at the end of each title.

Name Publication Year
Kaltenborn, M.Sustainable Development Goals and Human Rights (eds.: Markus Kaltenborn / Markus Krajewski / Heike Kuhn), Springer, Berlin / Heidelberg.2020
Kaltenborn, M.Social Protection Floors as an investment in the future, International Journal of Public Law and Policy (IJPLAP) vol. 6, no. 4, 312-325.2020
Kaltenborn, M.The Human Rights Framework for Establishing Social Protection Floors and Extending Health Coverage, in: Markus Kaltenborn / Markus Krajewski / Heike Kuhn (eds.), Sustainable Development Goals and Human Rights, Springer, Berlin / Heidelberg.2020
Kaltenborn, M.Implementation of the H&M Global Framework Agreement in Cambodia: Producing Outcomes for Industrial Democracy despite a Challenging Context? (jointly with Carina Neset and Johannes Norpoth), in: International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 36, no. 2, 1–26.2020
Karriem, A.Growing and Eating Food during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Farmers’ Perspectives on Local Food System Resilience to Shocks in Southern Africa and Indonesia (with N. Paganini, K. Adinata, N. Buthelezi, D. Harris, S. Lemke, A. Luis, J. Koppelin, F. Ncube, E. Nervi Aguirre, T. Ramba, I. Raimundo, N. Sulejmanovic, H. Swanby, D. Tevera, and S. Stöber). Sustainability, 12(8556): 1-26. 3390/su122085562020
Löwenstein, W.Drivers of CO2-Emissions in Fossil Fuel Abundant Settings: (Pooled) Mean Group and Nonparametric Panel Analyses (with Elkhan R. Sadik-Zada). Energies 2020, 13, 3956.2020
Okbandrias, M.South African commoning, cooperatives, and eco- socialist potentials in the context of COVID-19 (with Bond, P.). In Capitalism and the Commons (pp. 151- 168). Routledge.2020
Sadik-Zada, E. R.Natural Resources, Technological Progress, and Economic Modernization. Review of Development Economics 25(1): 381-404.2020
Sadik-Zada, E. R.Drivers of the CO2-Emissions in the Fossil-Fuel Abundant Settings: (Pooled) Mean Group and Nonparametric Panel Analyses (with Wilhelm Loewenstein). Energies, 13(15), 3956.2020
Sadik-Zada, E. R.Addressing the Growth and Employment Effects of the Extractive Industries: White and Black Box Illustrations from Kazakhstan. Post-Communist Economies 33(4), 402-434.2020
Sadik-Zada, E. R.Environmental Policy Stringency, Technical Progress, and Pollution Haven Hypothesis (with Mattia Ferrari). Sustainability 12(9): 1-22.2020
Sadik-Zada, E. R.Energy Security Pathways in South East Europe: Diversification of the Natural Gas Supplies, Energy Transition, and Energy Futures. Chapter 17 in: Misik, Matus, and Orachova, Veronika (eds.). From Economic to Energy Transition. Three Decades of Transitions in Central and Southern Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, UK.2020
Siebert, A.Transforming urban food systems in South Africa: unfolding food sovereignty in the city. In: The Journal of Peasant Studies, Vol. 47, No. 20, 401-419.2020
Busse, M.Structural Transformation and its Relevance for Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa, Review of Development Economics, Vol. 23 (2019), No. 1, pp. 33-53 (with Ceren Erdogan and Henning Mühlen)2019
Conradie, I.Exploring Adaptation and Agency of Mothers Caring for Disabled Children in an Urban Settlement in South Africa: A Qualitative Study (with Van der Mark, E.J., C.W.M. Dedding, and J.E.W. Broerse), Women Studies International Forum 76 (Sept-Oct): 102271. https://doi. org/10.1016/j.wsif.2019.1022712019
Kaltenborn, M.The EU-India Development Partnership: Legal Framework and Political Perspectives, in: Mahendra Pal Singh/Wolfram Cremer/Niraj Kumar (eds.), Open Markets, Free Trade and Sustainable Development – Perspectives from EU and India, Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg 2019, 157-170.2019
Kaltenborn, M.Corruption and Social Rights Accountability (jointly with Annika Engelbert), IEE Working Papers 213 (2019).
Kaltenborn, M.Entitlements to Social Health Benefits for Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Germany, in: Katja Kuehlmeyer/Dennis Odukoya/Corinna Klingler/Richard Huxtable (eds.), Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Healthcare for Migrants: Perspectives from the UK and Germany, Rout­ledge, Abingdon 2019, 100-111.2019
Karriem, A.Brezilya Topraksız Hareketinin Yükselişi ve Karşı-Hegemonik Bir Siyasi Aktör'e Dönüşümü: Gramscian Analizi. In Onder Kulak and Soner Torlak (editors), Önce Mekân Vardı. Edebi Seyler: Istanbul, Turkey.2019
Karriem, A.The Rise and Transformation of the Brazilian Landless Movement into a Counter-hegemonic Political Actor: A Gramscian Analysis. In Onder Kulak and Soner Torlak (editors), First there was Space. Edebi Seyler: Istanbul, Turkey.) (Translation into Turkish of a journal article published in 2009: Karriem, A. (2009). The Rise and Transformation of the Brazilian Landless Movement into a Counter- hegemonic Political Actor: A Gramscian Analysis. Geoforum, 40(3): 316-325.)2019

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