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Bibliographia Humboldtiana

I. Publications by Humboldt Research Fellows from abroad

Economics

Abbas, Prof. Dr. Faisal

National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Pakistan
Field of research: Agricultural economics
Host: Prof. Stephan Klasen Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Imran Waqas, Faisal Abbas, Sajid Amin Javed : What is causing high polio vaccine drop out among Pakistani children?. In: Public Health . 164, 2018, p. 16 - 25 [Polio vaccination Polio Dropout Childhood immunization Demographic and health Surveys of Pakistan Socio-demographics].

Ali, Dr. Murad

University of Malakand, Pakistan
Field of research: Political economy
Host: Dr. Stephan Klingebiel Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)
  • Murad Ali: Aid for Development or Foreign Policy: Objectives behind US Foreign Aid Allocations to Israel. In: The Dialogue. VIII (4), 2013, p. 384 - 396 [United States, Israel, Foreign aid, Development, Foreign policy].

  • Murad Ali, Glenn Banks, Nigel Parsons: Why Donors Give Aid and to Whom? A Critique of the Historical and Contemporary Aid Allocation Regime . In: The Dialogue. X (2), 2015, p. 116 - 131 [Aid; Aid allocation; Bilateral donors; Trade interests].

  • Murad Ali, Glenn Banks, Nigel Parsons: The United States-Pakistan aid relationship: a genuine alliance or a marriage of convenience?. In: Regional Studies. XXXIII, 2015, p. 3 - 32 [Foreign aid, Pakistan, United States, politics, the war on terror].

  • Murad Ali: The Role of Human Rights in US Foreign Aid Policy: An Assessment of US Aid to Pakistan and its Nexus with Human Rights. In: Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences (PJSS). 35 (1), 2015, p. 465 - 477 [Economic aid, Military aid, Pakistan, the United States, Human rights].

  • Murad Ali; Alam Ze; Gohar Saeed: Aid Effectiveness in Pakistan: What the Country has Accomplished after the 2005 Paris Declaration?. In: The Dialogue. X (4), 2015, p. 434 - 453 [Aid Effectiveness, Development, Poverty alleviation, Paris Declaration ].

  • Murad Ali; Alam Zeb: Foreign aid: origin, evolution and its effectiveness in poverty alleviation. In: The Dialogue. XI (1), 2016, p. 107 - 125 [Foreign Aid, Poverty Alleviation, International Aid Regime ].

  • Murad Ali: Multiple factors behind extremism and militancy: a case of Swat, Pakistan. In: Regional Studies. XXXV (2), 2016, p. 94 - 109 [Extremism, Militancy, Taliban, Poverty, Pakistan,Governance].

  • Murad Ali: Aid Effectiveness in Poverty Alleviation in a Post-Conflict, Post-Disaster Situation: A Case Study of District Swat, Pakistan. In: IFPRI Working Paper No: 029. 2015, p. 01 - 32 [Aid Effectiveness, Poverty Alleviation, Development, Paris Declaration, Post-conflict Post-disaster reconstruction ].

  • Murad Ali: US aid to Pakistan during the tenures of Democrat and Republican administrations. In: IPRI Journal . XVI (2), 2016, p. 31 - 48 [United States, Pakistan, Democrats, Republicans, Foreign Aid].

  • Murad Ali, Glenn Banks and Nigel Parsons: U.S.-Israel Special Aid Relationship: Dynamics and Implications for Pakistan. In: Policy Perspectives. 13 (2), 2016, p. 109 - 129 [United States, Israel, Pakistan, foreign aid, Jewish lobby].

  • Murad Ali, Glenn Banks and Nigel Parsons: Generous yet Unpopular: Developmental versus Political Role of Post-9/11 US Aid in Pakistan. In: Regional Studies. XXXIV (4), 2016, p. 44 - 65 [United States, Pakistan, Foreign aid, Development effectiveness, Foreign policy goals ].

  • Murad Ali: The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Tapping potential to achieve the 2030 Agenda in Pakistan. In: China Quarterly of International Strategic Studies . 4 (2), 2018, p. 301 - 325 [China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC); Belt and Road Initiative (BRI); UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).].

  • Murad Ali: Role of Development Cooperation in implementing the 2030 Agenda: Time for more and better aid. In: Regional Studies. XXXV (2), 2017, p. 49 - 72 [Development cooperation; aid effectiveness, 2030 Agenda, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)].

  • Murad Ali: Pakistan’s quest for coal-based energy under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): implications for the environment. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 25, 2018, p. 31935 - 31937 [CPEC, Pakistan, energy, environment ].

  • Murad Ali: Is CPEC Really a Gift? China’s Model of Development Cooperation and its Rising Role as a Development Actor in Pakistan. In: Regional Studies. XXXV(4), 2017, p. 29 - 51 [CPEC, China, Pakistan, development cooperation].

  • Murad Ali: The Politics of US Aid to Pakistan: aid allocation and delivery from Truman to Trump (1st Edition). UK: Routledge, 2019, 240 pp. [Development cooperation, aid effectiveness, politics of aid, Pakistan, United States].

  • Murad Ali: Aid and Human Rights: the Case of US aid to Israel. In: Policy Perspectives. 15(3), 2018, p. 29 - 46 [United States, Israel, foreign aid, human rights ].

  • Ghulam Nabi, Murad Ali, Suliman Khan & Sunjeet Kumar: The crisis of water shortage and pollution in Pakistan: risk to public health, biodiversity, and ecosystem. In: Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 26 (11), 2019, p. 10443 - 10445 [Pakistan, Water scarcity, pollution, public health].

Biswas, Dr. Amit Kumar

Visva-Bharati University, India
Field of research: General economic policy
Host: Prof. Dr. Jürgen von Hagen Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Amit Kumar Biswas: Review of Foreign Trade Data in LDC: Role of Policy Instruments. Dresden, Germany: VDM, 2010, 132 pp. [Black market premium, mis-invoicing of trade data, Illegal capital flight, Trade liberalization; Informal sector; Corruption].

  • Amit Kumar Biswas: Import tariff led export under-invoicing: A paradox. In: The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development. 2011, [prohibitive tariff; misreporting of trade data; collusion].

  • Amit Kumar Biswas SARBAJIT SENGUPTA: TARIFFS AND IMPORTS MISINVOICING UNDER OLIGOPOLY. In: ECONOMICS & POLITICS. 23/2, 2011, p. 254 - 270 [Tariff, Mis-invoicing, Oligopoly].

Bu, Prof. Dr. Maoliang

University of Western Ontario, Canada
Field of research: Business administration and management
Host: Prof. Dr. Doris Fischer Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
  • Maoliang Bu & Boqiong Yang (ed): Globalization and the Environment of China. Emerald, 2014, 180 pp.

  • Maoliang Bu, Zhibiao Liu, Marcus Wagner, Xiaohua Yu: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Pollution Haven Hypothesis: Evidence from Multinationals’ Investment Decision in China. In: Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics. 20(1), 2013, p. 85 - 99.

  • Maoliang Bu, Zhibiao Liu, Yanyan Gao: Influence of International Openness on Corporate Environmental Performance in China. In: China & World Economy. 19(2), 2011, p. 77 - 92.

  • Bu, M., Lin, C.-T., Zhang, B.: GLOBALIZATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE: NEW EMPIRICAL PANEL DATA EVIDENCE. In: Journal of Economic Surveys. 30, 2016, p. 577 - 595 [Carbon emission; Globalization; KOF index; Pollution haven].

  • Wu, H., Guo, H., Zhang, B., Bu, M.: Westward Movement of New Polluting Firms in China: Pollution Reduction Mandates and Location Choice. In: Journal of Comparative Economics. 2016.

  • Bu, M. & Wagner, M.: Racing to the bottom and racing to the top: The crucial role of firm characteristics in foreign direct investment choices. In: Journal of International Business Studies. 2016.

  • Duanmu, Jing-Lin, Bu, Maoliang, Pittman, Russell W.: Does Market Competition Dampen Environmental Performance: Evidence from China. In: Strategic Management Journal. 39, 2018, p. 3006 - 3030.

  • Bu, M., Li, S., Jiang, L.: Foreign Direct Investment and Energy Intensity in China: Firm Level Evidence. In: Energy Economics. 80, 2019, p. 366 - 376.

Dobler, Prof. Dr. Michael

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Field of research: Business accountancy, cost accounting

  • Michael Dobler, Kaouthar Lajili, Daniel Zéghal: Attributes of Corporate Risk Disclosure: An International Investigation in the Manufacturing Sector. In: Journal of International Accounting Research. 10(2), 2011, p. 1 - 22 [content analysis, risk disclosure, risk management].

Erashova, Maria

Government of the Kaliningrad Region, Russian Federation
Field of research: Tourism
Host: Wolf Born Staatskanzlei Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  • Maria Erashova: Tourism in the BSR: Current state and future perspectives. In: Political State of the Region Report 2013. Trends and Directions in the Baltic Sea Region.. 2013, p. 62 - 65.

Farzanegan, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Reza

Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
Field of research: Political economy
Host: Prof. Dr. Andreas Löschel Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH, Mannheim (ZEW)
  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Oil Revenue Shocks and Government Spending Behavior in Iran. In: Energy Economics. 33, 2011, p. 1055 - 1069 [Oil shock; Government expenditures; VAR model; Impulse response; Sanctions; Iran].

  • Andreas Buehn and Mohammad Reza Farzanegan : Smuggling around the World: Evidence from a Structural Equation Model. In: Applied Economics. 44, 2012, p. 3047 - 3064 [smuggling; illegal trade; tax burden; corruption; MIMIC models ].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Dark side of trade in Iran: Evidence from a structural equation model. In: Illicit Trade and the Global Economy. (Ed. Cláudia Costa Storti and Paul De Grauwe) Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2012, p. 73 - 118.

  • Amit K. Biswas, Mohammad Reza Farzanegan and Marcel Thum : Pollution, shadow economy and corruption: Theory and evidence. In: Ecological Economics. 75, 2012, p. 114 - 125 [ Environmental pollution; Shadow economy; Corruption; Panel data].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Pooya Alaedini: Economic Welfare and Inequality in Iran. USA: Palgrave Macmillan US, 2016, 237 pp. [economic inequality, social disparity, Economic Welfare, Iran, Gender, Sanctions, Oil rents, Middle Class].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Stefan Witthuhn: Corruption and Political Stability: Does the Youth Bulge Matter?. In: European Journal of Political Economy. 2017, [Demographic transition; Youth bulge; Political stability; Corruption].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Tim Krieger, Daniel Meierrieks: Does terrorism reduce life satisfaction?. In: Applied Economics Letters. 2016, [Terrorism, life satisfaction, cost-benefit analysis].

  • Sajjad Dizaji, Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Alireza Naghavi: Political institutions and government spending behavior: theory and evidence from Iran. In: International Tax and Public Finance. 23, 2016, p. 522 - 549 [Political institutions, Military spending, Education spending, Iran, VAR modeling].

  • Kjetil Bjorvatn, Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Resource rents, balance of power, and political stability. In: Journal of Peace Research . 52, 2015, p. 758 - 773 [conflict, political power, political stability, resource rent].

  • Hassan Gholipour, Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Marriage crisis and housing costs: Empirical evidence from provinces of Iran. In: Journal of Policy Modeling. 37, 2015, p. 107 - 123 [Marriage; Housing costs; Real estate; Iran; GMM].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Hassan Gholipour: Divorce and the cost of housing: Evidence from Iran. In: Review of Economics of the Household. 14, 2015, p. 1029 - 1054 [Housing costs, Divorce, Dynamic panel data, VAR , Impulse response, Iran].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Can oil-rich countries encourage entrepreneurship?. In: Entrepreneurship & Regional Development: An International Journal. 26, 2014, p. 706 - 725 [resource curse, oil rents, entrepreneurship, governance, business formation].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Hassan Gholipour: Does real estate transparency matter for foreign real estate investments?. In: International Journal of Strategic Property Management. 18, 2014, p. 317 - 331 [Real estate transparency, Foreign real estate investments, Income, Property prices, Panel data].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Mozhgan Raeisian Parvari: Iranian-Oil-Free Zone and international oil prices. In: Energy Economics. 45, 2014, p. 364 - 372 [Oil price; VAR model; Sanction; Iran].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Military spending and economic growth: The case of Iran. In: Defence and Peace Economics. 25, 2014, p. 247 - 269 [Military spending, Economic growth, VAR model, Impulse response, Sanctions, Iran].

  • Andreas Buehn, Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Impact of education on the shadow economy: Institutions matter. In: Economics Bulletin . 33, 2013, p. 2052 - 2063 [shadow economy, education, institutions ].

  • Kjetil Bjorvatn, Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, F. Schneider: Resource curse and power balance: evidence from Iran. In: Review of Middle East Economics and Finance . 9, 2013, p. 133 - 158 [natural resource curse; political power; economic growth; Iran].

  • Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Effects of International Financial and Energy Sanctions on Iran’s Informal Economy. In: The SAIS Review of International Affair . 33, 2013, p. 13 - 36 [Iran, sanctions, informal economy].

  • Kjetil Bjorvatn, Mohammad Reza Farzanegan: Demographic transition in resource rich countries: a bonus or a curse?. In: World Development . 45, 2013, p. 337 - 351 [demographic transition; institutions; resource curse].

  • Andreas Buehn, Mohammad Rea Farzanegan: Hold your breath: a new index of air quality. In: Energy Economics. 37, 2013, p. 104 - 113 [ Air pollution; MIMIC model; EKC hypothesis; Emissions].

Gaisina, Prof. Dr. Sholpan

KIMEP University, Kazakhstan
Field of research: Agricultural economics
Host: Prof. Stephan Klasen Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Sholpan Gaisina: Credit through Rural Credit Partnerships for agricultural producers in Kazakhstan. In: Journal of Rural Cooperation, Hebrew University. 39, 2011, p. 114 - 130 [rural credit, transition].

  • Sholpan Gaisina: Access to bank credit by agricultural producers In Kazakhstan: a micro-econometric analysis. In: The International Journal of Economic Policy Studies. 5, 2010, p. 34 - 48 [agriculture, bank credit, econometric analysis ].

  • Sholpan Gaisina: Credit policy for agriculture of Kazakhstan. In: Central Asian Survey. 30, 2011, p. 257 - 274 [agriculture, credit policy, transition ].

  • Sholpan Gaisina: Models of demand for capital in agriculture of Kazakhstan. In: Central Asia Business Journal . 3, 2010, p. 26 - 43 [agriculture, capital demand].

Garcia Echevarria, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Santiago

Universidad de Alcala, Spain
Field of research: Business administration and management
Host: Prof. Dr. Karl R. Ringel Universität zu Köln
  • Santiago Garcia Echevarria: Der VHB und die Entwicklung der Person. In: Der Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft - Geschichte des VHB und Geschichten zum VHB. (Ed. Wolfgang Burr, Alfred Wagenhofel) Wiesbaden: Gabler, 2011, p. 260.

  • Santiago Garcia Echevarria, Juan Jose Duran Herrera, Marcial-Jesus Lopez Moreno: ACEDE: Su Creacion y Desarrollo. In: 25 Anos de Historia - Evolucion de la Investigacion en Economia y Direccion de la Empresa en Espana. (Ed. Santiago Garcia Echevarria, Juan Jose Duran Herrera) Madrid, Spanien: ACEDE Edicion, 2015, p. 3 - 8.

  • Santiago Garcia Echevarria: Estudio introductorio: Como debe configuararse el orden economico-societario. In: Walter Eucken - Principios de Politica Economica. (Ed. Walter Eucken Editorial Mohr Siebeck) Cizur Menor, Navarra, Spain: Thomson Reuters Limited, 2017, p. 1 - 26.

Joshi, Dr. Ganesh Raj

Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA), Nepal
Field of research: Agricultural economics
Host: Prof. Dr. Siegfried Bauer Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
  • Ganesh Raj Joshi: Factors Influencing the Adoption of Fertilizer Technology among Rice Farmers in Terai region of Nepal. In: SAARC Journal of Agriculture . 8(1), 2010, p. 21 - 32 [Factors, fertilizer adoption, rice, farmers].

  • Ganesh Raj Joshi, B.K. Uprety: Climate Adaptation: A Survival Strategy for Mountain People. In: . Proceeding of Eastern Regional Organisation for Public Administration (EROPA) Seminar . (Ed. Ministry of General Administration, Nepal) Kathmandu, 2010, p. 30 - 39 [climate, adaptation, survival, mountain, Nepal].

  • Ganesh Raj Joshi, B.K. Uprety: Climate Screening, Adaptation Actions, Financing and Policies: Essentials for Improving the Livelihoods of the Poor. In: Proceeding of the Nepal Country Workshop on Environment of the Poor in the Context of Climate Change and Green Economy. (Ed. National Planning Commission, Nepal) Kathmandu: National Planning Commission, 2010, p. 26 - 35 [climate, adaptation, financing, poor, green economy].

  • Ganesh Raj Joshi: Clean Development Mechanism in the Context of Climate Change Mitigation. In: Climate Change and the UNFCCC Negotiation Process. (Ed. Bhattarai, T.N., Uprety, B.K. and Devkota, D.C.) Kathmandu: Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, 2012, p. 51 - 59 [CDM, climate, mitigation].

  • Anup K.C., G. Bhandari, Ganesh Raj Joshi, S. Aryal: Climate Change Mitigation Potential from Carbon Sequestration of Community Forest in Mid Hill Region of Nepal. In: International Journal of Environmental Protection. 3, 2013, p. 33 - 40 [climate change, carbon, sequestration, community forest , Nepal].

  • Sridhar Thapa, Ganesh Raj Joshi, Binaya Joshi: Impact of Climate Change on Agricultural Production of Nepal. In: Nepalese Journal of Agricultural Economics. 2 & 3, 2015, p. 52 - 64 [Climate change, impact, agriculture, Nepal].

  • Ganesh Raj Joshi: Factors Affecting On-Farm Cultivation of Landraces: A Case of Rice in Western Terai Region of Nepal. In: Nepalese Journal of Agricultural Economics. 1, 2011, p. 14 - 25 [On farm, land races, cultivation, Terai Nepal].

  • Ganesh Raj Joshi: Agricultural Economy of Nepal: Development Challenges and Opportunities . Kathmandu, Nepal: Sustainable Research and Development Center, Nepal, 2018, 374 pp. [Agricultural, Challenges, Development, Economy, Nepal].

  • Ganesh Raj Joshi and Binaya Joshi: Household Food Security: Trends and Determinants in Mountainous Districts of Nepal. . In: Future of Food: Journal on Food, Agriculture & Society . 5, 2017, p. 42 - 55 [Household, food security, mountain, Nepal].

  • Ganesh Raj Joshi: Challenges and Opportunities for Enhancing Rice Production in Nepal . In: Rice Science and Technology in Nepal (A historical, socio-cultural and technical compendium) . (Ed. Poudel, M.N., Bhandari, D.R., Khanal, M.P., Joshi, B.K., Acharya P. and Ghimire, K.H. ) Kathmandu, Nepal: Crop Development Directorate, Dept of Agriculture and Agronomy Society of Nepal, 2017, p. 764 - 774 [Rice, Technology, Production, Challenges, Opportunities].

  • Ganesh Raj Joshi and Narayan Babu Joshi: Economic Loss from Earthquake in Nepal and Strategies for Recovery and Resilience Building . In: Living Under the Threat of Earthquakes: Short and Long-term Management of Earthquake Risks and Damage Prevention in Nepal. The Springer . (Ed. Kruhl, J.H., Adhikary, R. and Dorka, U.E. ) Germany: The Springer Natural Hazard Series, 2017, p. 195 - 210 [Economic, Loss, Earthquake, nepal, Resilience].

  • Rajendra Prasad Mishra, Ganesh Raj Joshi and Jaya Prakash Dutta.: Integrating structure, conduct and performance framework for maize seed value chain analysis in western Nepal. In: European Academic Research. 5, 2018, p. 6528 - 6562 [maize seed, structure, conduct, performance].

  • Rajendra Prasad Mishra and Ganesh Raj Joshi: Determinants of Farmers' Willingness to Pay for Attributes of Improved Variety Maize Seed in Western Mid-Hills of Nepal. In: Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research. 7, 2018, p. 2319 - 1473 [Determinants, Maize, Attributes, Willingness to Pay.].

  • Ganesh R Joshi. Binaya Joshi: Climate Change Impact on Agricultural Sector of Nepal: Implications for Adaptation and Resilience Building. In: Agricultural Transformation in Nepal: Trends, Prospects, and Policy Options. (Ed. Ganesh Thapa, Anjani Kumar and P.K. Joshi) Singapore: Springer Nature Pte. LTD., 2019, p. 119 - 155 [Agriculture, climate change, impact, Adaptation].

Kareem, Dr. Olayinka Idowu

European University Institute, Italy
Field of research: Foreign trade
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Kirk Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Olayinka Idowu Kareem and Marie-Luise Rau : Market Access for Africa’s Fruits and Vegetables in the European Union. In: Non-Tariff Measures: Economic Assessment and Policy Options for Development. (Ed. Jaime de Melo and Alessandro Nicita) Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations, 2018, p. 327 - 368 [Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures, Fruits and Vegetable Exports, Market Access, EU, Africa].

  • Food Safety Regulations in the European Union: Implication for Africa. Saarbruecken, Germany.: LAP Lambert Publication, 2017, 51 pp. [Food Safety Regulations, Exports, Gravity Model, European Union, Africa].

  • Food Safety Regulations and Fish Trade: Evidence from European Union – Africa Trade Relations. In: Journal of Commodity Market. 2, 2016, p. 18 - 25 [Food Regulations, Fish Trade,; EU-Africa, Gravity Model].

  • The High-Value Commodity Export Effects of Standards in Africa. In: The International Trade Journal. 30, 2016, p. 237 - 259 [High-Value Commodity, Export Effects, Standards, Africa].

  • European Union’s Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures and Food Exports. In: International Journal of Trade and Global Market. 9, 2016, p. 287 - 504 [Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures, Food Exports, HMR Model, European Union].

Khare, Prof. Dr. Anshuman

Athabasca University, Canada
Field of research: Business administration and management
Host: Prof. Dr. Klaus Bellmann Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
  • Anshuman Khare, Arpita Khare: Challenges and Perspectives of Supply Chain Collaboration in the Indian Automobile Sector. In: Journal: International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management (IJICBM). 3 No. 2, 2010, p. 138 - 161 [Collaborations, Indian automotive sector, partnerships, supplier networks, technology].

  • Anshuman Khare, Helen Lam: Effective Practices for Online Delivery of Quantitative Business Courses. In: International Journal on E-Learning. 9 No. 2, 2010, p. 229 - 250 [Quantitative courses, on-line delivery].

  • Anshuman Khare, Oliver Mack, Udo Mildenberger: Enterprise 2.0 und Inter-organizationale Netzwerke - Einfluss und Anwendung. In: World 3.0 - Wandel durch Innovation in Informations- und Medientechnologien. (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Oliver Mack, Udo Mildenberger) Berlin: Logos Verlag, Berlin, 2010, p. 81 - 99 [interorganisationale Netzwerke, Web 2.0, Enterprise 3.0, Social software and tools].

  • Anshuman Khare, Oliver Mack, Udo Mildenberger: World 3.0 - Wandel durch Innovation in Informations- und Medientechnologien. Berlin, Germany: Logos Verlag, berlin, 2010, 220 pp. [Media technology, information technology, Internet and networking tools, Robots, Smart boards].

  • Anshuman Khare, Arpita Khare: Travel and Tourism Industry Yet to Exploit the Internet Fully in India. In: Journal of Database Marketing & Customer Strategy Management. 17 No. 2, 2010, p. 106 - 119 [Travel and tourism industry, Internet marketing, India].

  • Anshuman Khare, Sam Capoccitti, Udo Mildenberger: Aviation Industry – Mitigating Climate Change Impacts Through Technology and Policy. In: Journal of Technology Management & Innovation. 5 No. 2, 2010, p. 65 - 75 [Aviation industry, climate change, carbon offsets].

  • Anshuman Khare, Arpita Khare, Shveta Singh: Innovativeness/Novelty Seeking Behaviour as Determinants of Online Shopping Behaviour amongst Indian Youth. In: Journal of Internet Commerce. 9, 2010, p. 164 - 185 [Online shopping behaviour, Indian youth].

  • Anshuman Khare, Arpita Khare, Shveta Singh: Role of Consumer Personality in Determining Preference for On-line Banking in India. In: Journal of Database Marketing & Customer Strategy Management. 17 No. 3/4, 2010, p. 174 - 187 [Consumers, India, online banking].

  • Anshuman Khare, Helen Lam: HR's Crucial Role for Successful CSR. In: Journal of International Business Ethics. 3 No. 2, 2010, p. 3 - 15 [CSR, HR].

  • Anshuman Khare, Dave Toomath: Geothermal Energy for Residential Homes: A Case Study from Southern Ontario, Canada. In: Journal of International Society for Standardization Studies. 9 No. 1, 2011, [Geo-thermal energy, Ontario (Canada), Case study].

  • Anshuman Khare, Arpita Khare: Blending Information Technology in Indian Travel and Tourism Sector. In: Services Marketing Quarterly. 32 No.4, 2011, p. 302 - 317 [Technology, India, Travel and tourism].

  • Anshuman Khare, Terry Beckman, Nolan Crouse: Cities Addressing Climate Change: Introducing a Tripartite Model for Sustainable Partnership. In: Sustainable Cities and Society. 1 No. 4, 2011, p. 227 - 235 [Sustainable urban development, Public–private cooperation, Climate change and cities].

  • Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart: Athabasca University Reduces ICT Carbon Footprint. In: GSTF Journal of Computing. 1 No. 4, 2012, p. 70 - 75 [American Colleges and Universities Presidents’ Commitment to Climate Change (ACUPCC), distance education post-secondary institution, ICT related carbon emissions, ACUPCC Implementation Guidelines, procurement policies, electronic waste reduction.].

  • Anshuman Khare, Arpita Khare, Shveta Singh: Factors Affecting Credit Card Use in India. In: Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics. 24 / No.2, 2011, p. 236 - 256 [Credit card usage, India].

  • Anshuman Khare, Arpita Khare: Determinants of Indian Retailers’ Attitude Towards Using Mobile Technology for Supply Chain Coordination. In: International Journal of Logistics and Systems Management. 11 No. 4, 2012, p. 473 - 491 [Mobile technology, supply chain management, retailers, India].

  • Anshuman Khare, Arpita Khare, Shveta Singh: Attracting Shoppers to Shop Online—Challenges and Opportunities for the Indian Retail Sector. In: Journal of Internet Commerce. 11 No.2, 2012, p. 161 - 185 [Retail sector, India, online shopping].

  • Anshuman Khare, Phil Cook: Academia–Corporate on Campus Sustainability Collaboration: An Exploration of the Construct. In: Handbook of Sustainability Management. (Ed. Christian N. Madu, Chu-Hua Kuei) US: World Scientific Publishing, 2012, p. 487 - 512 [Campus sustainability, sustainable development].

  • Ed.: Anshuman Khare, Terry Beckman: Mitigating Climate Change: The Emerging Face of Modern Cities. Heidelberg: Springer, 2013, 281 pp. [Cities, Climate Change, Sustainability, Urban Remodelling, Urban Transportation].

  • Anshuman Khare, Rod Schatz, Doug Walker, Jaap de Kroes, Gustavo Arciniegas, Paul Getz: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a tool in reducing a community’s ecological footprint. In: Mitigating Climate Change: The Emerging Face of Modern Cities. (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Terry Beckman) Heidelberg: Springer, 2013, p. 25 - 43 [Geographic Information System (GIS), Scenario Planning, Climate Change, Sustainability, Urban Planning].

  • Anshuman Khare, Paul Larson: A Systematic Review of Research on Sustainable Supply Chains: Some Initial Findings. In: International Journal of the Japan Society for Production Management. 1, 2013, p. 7 - 13 [Sustainable Supply Chain Management, Sustainability, Systematic Review ].

  • Anshuman Khare, Ron Jagmohan: Feasibility of Using Photovoltaic Cells for Electricity Generation: A Case Study from Southern Ontario. In: International Journal of the Japan Society for Production Management. 1, 2013, p. 1 - 6 [Renewable energy, Photovoltaic cells, Residences in southern Ontario, feasibility study].

  • Anshuman Khare, Mark Morrissey: An Exploratory Study of Environmental Sustainability Practices in Supply Chains of North American High-Tech Industry. In: Kompetenz, Interdisziplinarität und Komplexität in der Betriebswirtschaftslehre. (Ed. Wolfgang Kersten, Jochen Wittmann.) Heidelberg DE: Springer Gabler Verlag, 2013, p. 221 - 242 [Environmental Sustainability, Supply Chain, High-Tech Industry].

  • Anshuman Khare, Helen Lam, Deborah Hurst: Internationalizing MBA Curriculum through Overseas Experiential Learning Courses: Insights on Strategies, Design, Implementation, and Outcomes. In: Journal of International Business Education (JIBE). 8, 2013, p. 49 - 74 [Experiential learning, international curricula].

  • Anshuman Khare, Dana Coble: David versus Goliath: Harnessing the Power of SMEs in the Fight for Sustainability. In: IAFOR Journal of Business and Management. 1, 2014, p. 65 - 100 [SMEs, sustainability].

  • Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart: eLearning and the Sustainable Campus. In: Transformative Approaches to Sustainable Development at Universities: Working across Disciplines. (Ed. Walter Leal Filho) Heidelberg DE: Springer Verlag, 2014, p. 291 - 305 [eLearning, sustainability].

  • Anshuman Khare, Phil Cook: Walking the Dead: The Systemic Premises Explaining Missed Opportunity for Sustainability Initiatives in Canadian Higher Education Organizations. In: Transformative Approaches to Sustainable Development at Universities: Working across Disciplines. (Ed. Walter Leal Filho) Heidelberg DE: Springer Verlag, 2014, p. 181 - 194 [Campus sustainability, Canadian higher education institutions].

  • Anshuman Khare, David Markham, Terry Beckman: Greenwashing: A Proposal to Restrict its Spread. In: Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management (JEAPM). 16, 2014, p. 1450030 - 1450046 [Greenwashing, sustainability].

  • Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart, Cindy Ives: Athabasca University Contract Tracking System (AUCTS) Project – Reducing Carbon Footprint While Registering Gains in Operational and Financial Efficiency. In: Journal of International Society for Standardization Studies. 13, 2015, p. 41 - 54 [Contract tracking, sustainability, operational efficiency].

  • Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart, Rod Schatz: Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity in Higher Education. In: Managing in a VUCA World. (Ed. Oliver Mack, Anshuman Khare, Andreas Krämer and Thomas Burgartz) New York, USA: Springer US, 2016, p. 241 - 250 [VUCA, Higher education].

  • Anshuman Khare, Oliver Mack: Perspectives on a VUCA World. In: Managing in a VUCA World. (Ed. Oliver Mack, Anshuman Khare, Andreas Krämer, Thomas Burgartz) New York USA: Springer US, 2016, p. 3 - 19 [VUCA, strategy].

  • Anshuman Khare, Helen Lam: Addressing Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA) Through Insourcing and Backshoring. In: Managing in a VUCA World. (Ed. Oliver Mack, Anshuman Khare, Andreas Krämer, Thomas Burgartz) New York USA: Springer US, 2016, p. 141 - 149 [VUCA, supply chain, inshoring, backshoring].

  • Anshuman Khare, Terry Beckman, Maggie Matear: Environmental Justice in a VUCA World. In: Managing in a VUCA World. (Ed. Oliver Mack, Anshuman Khare, Andreas Krämer, Thomas Burgartz) New York USA: Springer US, 2016, p. 209 - 224 [Environmental justice, stakeholder engagement, sustainability ].

  • Eds: Oliver Mack, Anshuman Khare, Andreas Krämer, Thomas Burgartz: Managing in a VUCA World. New York USA: Springer US, 2016, 259 pp. [Volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA), marketing, information technology, sustainability].

  • Arpita Khare, Anshuman Khare, Sourjo Mukherjee, Tanuj Goyal: Do Consumer Shopping Styles influence consumer attitudes towards services offered by shopping websites?. In: Journal of International Consumer Marketing (JICM). 28 No. 1, 2016, p. 1 - 14 [Consumer shopping styles, India, online shopping, service.].

  • Geoffrey David Southall, Anshuman Khare: The feasibility of distributed hydrogen production from renewable energy sources and the financial contribution from UK motorists on environmental grounds. In: Sustainable Cities and Society. 26, 2016, p. 134 - 149 [Transport sector; hydrogen fuel cell; renewable energy; hydrogen production infrastructure; clean transportation fuel.].

  • Terry Beckman, Anshuman Khare, Maggie Matear: Does the theory of stakeholder identity and salience lead to corporate social responsibility? The case of environmental justice. In: Social Responsibility Journal. 16/4, 2016, p. 806 - 819 [Environmental justice, stakeholder engagement].

  • Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart, Rod Schatz (Eds): Phantom ex machine: Digital disruption's role in business model transformation. New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2017, 327 pp. [Digital disruption, business transformation].

  • Brian Stewart, Rod Schatz, Anshuman Khare: Making Sense of Digital Disruption using a Conceptual Two Order Model. In: Phantom ex machina - Digital disruption's role in business model transformation. (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart, Rod Schatz) New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2017, p. 3 - 21 [Digitisation, disruption assessment model, digitisation impact evaluation, first order disruption, second order disruption.].

  • Robert Bongaerts, Harald Henn, Anshuman Khare: The Pac Man principle in the healthcare market. In: Phantom ex machina - Digital disruption's role in business model transformation. (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart, Rod Schatz) New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2017, p. 175 - 193 [Digital transformation, pharma, healthcare, e-health, healthcare service].

  • Terry Beckman, Helen Lam, Anshuman Khare: Learning Assessment Must Change in a World of “Digital Cheats”. In: Phantom ex machina - Digital disruption's role in business model transformation . (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart, Rod Schatz) New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2017, p. 211 - 229 [E-cheating, motivations to cheat, opportunities to cheat, learning assessment, online education].

  • Brian Stewart, Anshuman Khare, Rod Schatz: Disruptions - Truths and Consequences. In: Phantom ex machina - Digital disruption's role in business model transformation. (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart, Rod Schatz) New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2017, p. 299 - 316 [Digital disruption, digital risks, cyber-security, leadership, intellectual property, Industry 4.0].

  • Anshuman Khare, Helen Lam: The Insourcing and Backshoring Dilemma: Global Economies Fight for their Share. In: IAFOR Journal of Business and Management. 2, 2017, p. 50 - 69 [Insourcing, backshoring, reshoring, offshoring, outsourcing.].

  • Anshuman Khare, Deborah Hurst (Eds): On the line - Business Education in the Digital Age. New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2018, 338 pp. [Online business education, technology in business education, design and delivery of online courses.].

  • Kriti Khare, Helen Lam, Anshuman Khare: Education Data Mining (EDM): Researching Impact on Online Business Education. In: On the line - Business Education in the Digital Age. (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Deborah Hurst) New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2018, p. 37 - 53 [Educational data mining, Online business learning environment, Data analysis].

  • Terry Beckman, Anshuman Khare: Applying a Service-dominant Logic to Online Business Education. In: On the line - Business Education in the Digital Age. (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Deborah Hurst) New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2018, p. 21 - 36 [Service-dominant logic, Co-creation, Online education, Value creation].

  • Brian Stewart, Anshuman Khare: Online Business Education – the Drivers of Supply and Demand. In: On the line - Business Education in the Digital Age. (Ed. Anshuman Khare, Deborah Hurst) New York, US: Springer International Publishing, 2018, p. 3 - 20 [Perception of online programs, Students and graduates, Trends in both supply and demand of online business education].

  • Abubaker Haddud, Arthur DeSouza, Anshuman Khare, Huei Lee: Examining potential benefits and challenges associated with the Internet of Things integration in supply chains. In: Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management. 28 Issue 8, 2017, p. 1055 - 1085 [Information technology, Adoption, Risks, Technology, Benefits, Information management, Challenges, Supply chain management, Internet of things (IoT), Value chain, Supply chains].

Kim, Prof. Dr. Kang-Sik

Korea Aerospace University, Republic of Korea
Field of research: Personnel management
Host: Prof. Dr. Eun-Jeung Lee Freie Universität Berlin
  • Kang-Sik Kim, Young-Jae Kim, Seong-Kook Kim: New Human Resource Management. Seoul, Korea: Top Biiks, 2010, 701 pp. [human resource management, SHRM, human resource planning, employment management, compensation].

  • Kang-Sik Kim, Jeong Eon Lee: Strategies for Employment Delivery Service for the Near-Poor. In: The Korean Journal of Management and Economics. 28(1), 2010, p. 73 - 96 [poor class, near-pover group, employment service, employment delivery service].

  • Kang-Sik Kim: The Influence of Organizational Culture on Organizational Effectiveness. In: The Korean Journal of Ordo Economics,. 13(1), 2010, p. 35 - 52 [organzational culture, organizational effectiveness].

Makoudjou Tchendjou, Adeline Carine

COMIFAC, Cameroon
Field of research: National economics
Host: Prof. Dr. Uwe A. Schneider Universität Hamburg
  • Adeline Makoudjou, Patrice Levang, Julius Chupezi Tieguhong: The role of forest resources in income inequality in Cameroon. In: Forest Trees and Livelihoods Link: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/NtysjnIWiCY2vviiieRM/full. 2017, [Income; forest; inequality; dependence; gathering; hunting; illegal logging].

Moreno Bromberg, Dr. Santiago

Universität Zürich, Switzerland
Field of research: Microeconomics
Host: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Horst Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Ivar Ekeland, Santiago Moreno Bromberg: An Algorithm for Computing Solutions of Variational Problems with Global Convexity Constraints. In: Numerische Mathematik. 115, 2010, p. 45 - 69 [Calculus of variations, convexity constraints.].

  • Ulrich Horst, Santiago Moreno Bromberg: Eciency and Equilibria in Games of Optimal Derivative Design. In: Mathematics and Financial Economics. 5, 2011, p. 269 - 297 [Derivative Design, Mutiprincipal-Agent Games, Efficent Allocations, Nash Equilibria.].

Musa, Prof. Dr. El-Khider Ali

Arab Open University, Sudan
Field of research: National economics
Host: Prof. Dr. Heiko Schrader Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
  • El-Khider Ali Musa: Emerging Women Entrepreneurs in Sudan Individual Characteristics, Obstacles and Empowerment. München, Mering: Rainer Hampp Verlag, 2014, 112 pp.

  • El-Khider Ali Musa: Saudi Businesswomen - Personal Characteristics, Achievements, and Challenges Ahead. Augsburg: Rainer Hampp Verlag, 2018, 100 pp.

Pallegedara, Dr. Asankha

Wayamba University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
Field of research: General economic policy
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Grimm Universität Passau
  • Asankha Pallegedara, Michael Grimm: Demand for private healthcare in a universal public healthcare system: empirical evidence from Sri Lanka. In: Health Policy and Planning. 32, 2017, p. 1267 - 1284 [Healthcare demand and supply, private healthcare, Sri Lanka, latent class analysis].

  • Asankha Pallegedara, Khondoker Abdul Mottaleb: Patterns and determinants of private tutoring: The case of Bangladesh households. In: International Journal of Educational Development. 59, 2018, p. 43 - 50 [Private tutoring, Socio-economic inequality, Education, Households, Bangladesh].

  • Asankha Pallegedara: Impacts of chronic non-communicable diseases on households’ out-of-pocket healthcare expenditures in Sri Lanka. In: International Journal of Health Economics and Management. 2018, p. 1 - 19 [Out-of-pocket health expenditures, Sri Lanka, Non-communicable diseases, Propensity score matching, Household survey].

Partcheva, Dr. Magdalena Antonova

University of Economics - Varna, Bulgaria
Field of research: General business administration and management
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Richter Universität Rostock
  • Dobrin Dobrev, Juliyan Narlev, Katya Vladova, Magdalena Parcheva: Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Въведение в предприемачеството). Varna: Science and Economics Publishing House of University of Economics- Varna, 2019, [entrepreneurial theories, forms of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial plan].

  • Magdalena Parcheva: Интеллигентность организации- предпосылка к устойчивому конкурентному преимущество . In: Вопросы. Гипотезы. Ответы: наука XXI в. Krasnodar, Russia: Apriory, 2015, p. 20 - 45 [knowledge managament, organizational entrepreneurship, innovation, competetive advantage].

  • Magdalena Parcheva: Epistemological approach to research of entrepreneurial activity within organizations. In: EKONOMISTI. International Scientific Analytical Journal. Ivane Javakhishvili Tblilisi State University. Paata Gugushvili institute of economics. Tbilisi, Georgia. 4, 2014, p. 6 - 12 [entrepreneurial activity, epistemological aproach, entreprieneurial discovery].

  • Magdalena Parcheva: Living Labs – Instruments for Local Development Policies. In: Izvestia Journal of the Union of Scienties Varna, Bulgaria. 1, 2018, p. 209 - 2018 [innovation networks, living labs].

  • Magdalena Parcheva: Hidden Factors of Entrepreneurial Activity (following the example of organizations from the Information Technology industry). In: Izvestia Journal of University of Economics - Varna. 2, 2013, p. 118 - 130 [entrepreneural management of organizations, organizational culture].

  • Magdalena Parcheva: Measure of the Entrepreneurial Activity of the Organization. In: Management and sustainable development. 1, 2014, p. 11 - 16 [metrics of entrepreneurial activity, organizational entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial opportunity].

  • Magdalena Parcheva: Проявления предпринимательской активности в СПА и велнесс- индустрии. In: Наука и образование в современом мире. Москва, Русия. 1, 2015, p. 15 - 21 [entrepreneurship, SPA and Wellnes industry].

  • Magdalena Parcheva: The Knowledge- A Strategic Factor for Good Governance at Local Level. In: Regional Economy and Sustainable Development, Conference Proceedings 2017 from Research Institute, University of Economics - Varna, Bulgaria. 1, 2018, p. 447 - 460.

  • Magdalena Parcheva: Возможности поощрения предпринимательской активности организации. In: Модернизация экономики и управления. Сборник научных статей. Северо –кавказский федеральный университет. Издательство „Ставролит”, Ставрополь. 1, 2014, p. 33 - 38 [organizatitnal entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial opportunity, organizational culture].

  • Magdalena Parcheva: Role of knowledge management for the stimulating of innovations. In: Proceedings of University of Ruse, Bulgaria. 55, 2016, p. 33 - 37 [knowledge management, innovations; knowledge management strategy].

Picot, Prof. Dr. Arnold

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
Field of research: Company, enterprise and industrial organisation

  • Drescher, M. A., Welpe, I. M., Korsgaard, M. A., Picot, A., Spörrle, M., & Wigand, R. T. : ‘The Waxing And Waning of Trust: The Dynamic Role of Ability in the Development of Trusting Behavior’. In: Proceedings of the Academy of Management Meetings San Antonio, TX August, 2011. 2011.

  • Gallenkamp, J.; Korsgaard, M. A. ; Picot, A.; Welpe, I. M. ; Wigand, R. T. : 'Conflict, Culture, and Performance in Virtual Teams: Results from a Study in an MMOG'. In: Proceedings of the of the Academy of Management Meetings, Montreal, Canada. August, 2010. 2010.

  • Korsgaard, M. A.; Picot, A.; Wigand, R. T.; Welpe, I. M.; Assmann, J. J.: Cooperation, Coordination and Trust in Virtual Teams: Insights from Virtual Games. In: Online Worlds: Convergence of the Real and the Virtual. (Ed. Bainbridge, W. S. ) 2010.

  • Jakob J. Assmann, Marcus A. Drescher, Julia V. Gallenkamp, Arnold Picot, Isabell M. Welpe, Rolf T. Wigand: ‘MMOGs as Emerging Opportunities for Research on Virtual Organizations and Teams’. In: Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems. 2010.

  • Gallenkamp, J.; Picot, A.; Wigand, R. T.; Koorsgaard, M. A.; Welpe, I. M.: 'Conflict, Conflict Management and Performance in Virtual Teams'. In: Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems. 2010.

Porshnev, Dr. Alexander

Higher School of Economics (State University), Russian Federation
Field of research: Business informatics, computer science in economics
Host: Prof. Dr. Hartmut Giest Universität Potsdam
  • Schmalz X., Porshnev A., Marinus E.: Evidence for two distinct parsing stages in nonword reading aloud: Evidence from Russian. In: The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 70, 2017, p. 2548 - 2559 [Letters, Nonwords, Reading, Sublexical processing, Whammies].

  • Karpov N., Porshnev A., Rudakov K.: NRU-HSE at SemEval-2016 Task 4: The open quantification library with two iterative methods. In: The 10th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation.. (Ed. Preslav Nakov, Alan Ritter, Sara Rosenthal, Fabrizio Sebastiani, Veselin Stoyanov) San Diego: The Association for Computational Linguistics, 2016, p. 171 - 177 [sentiment analysis, quantification performance, evaluation, comparison,iterative methods].

  • Porshnev A., Lakshina V. , Red'kin I.: Using Emotional Markers’ Frequencies in Stock Market ARMAX-GARCH Model. In: Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Experimental Economics and Machine Learning (EEML 2016). (Ed. R. Tagiew, D. I. Ignatov, A. Hilbert, R. Delhibabu) Aachen: CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2016, p. 61 - 72 [twitter, mood, emotional markers, price volatility, stock market].

  • Porshnev A., Kazakov M.: Possible Ways of Applying Citations Network Analysis to a Scientific Writing Assistant. In: Models, Algorithms and Technologies for Network Analysis. (Ed. M. V. Batsyn, V. A. Kalyagin, P. M. Pardalos) L., NY, Dordrecht, Heidelberg: Springer, 2014, p. 119 - 126 [citation network, graph analysis, scientific writing assistant, PageRank, centrality metrics].

  • Alexander Porshnev: Success Factors of Electronic Petitions at Russian Public Initiative Project: The Role of Informativeness, Topic and Lexical Information . In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 10th International Conference on Social Informatics. (Ed. Steffen Staab, Olessia Koltsova, Dmitry Ignatov) St.Petersburg: Springer, 2018, p. 243 - 250 [Text analysis, Informativeness, Topic modeling, Voting dynamics, Citizens’ interest, Electronic petitions, E-petitions, Russian Public Initiative project.].

Recker, Prof. Dr. Jan C.

Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Field of research: Business informatics, computer science in economics
Host: Prof. Dr. Oliver Günther Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Jan C. Recker and Alexander Dreiling: The Effects of Content Presentation Format and User Characteristics on Novice Developers’ Understanding of Process Models. In: Communications of the Association for Information Systems. 28, 2011, p. 65 - 84 [process modeling, BPMN, EPC, cognitive theory, experiment].

  • Jan Mendling, Mark Strembeck, Jan Recker: Factors of process model comprehension—Findings from a series of experiments. In: Decision Support Systems. 53, 2012, p. 195 - 206 [Business process modeling, Model comprehension, Experiment].

  • Kathrin Figl, Jan C. Recker, Jan Mendling: A Study on the Effects of Routing Symbol Design on Process Model Comprehension. In: Decision Support Systems. 54, 2013, p. 1104 - 1118 [Process modeling;Notational Design; Routing Symbols; Comprehension; Cognitive Effectiveness].

  • Jan C. Recker, Jan Mendling, Christopher Hahn: How collaborative technology supports cognitive processes in collaborative process modeling: A capabilities-gains-outcome model. In: Information Systems. 38, 2013, p. 1031 - 1045 [ Process modeling; Collaboration; Distributed modeling; Collaborative technology].

  • Jan C. Recker, Hajo A. Reijers, Sander G. van de Wouw: Process model comprehension : the effects of cognitive abilities, learning style, and strategy. In: Communications of the Association for Information Systems. 34, 2014, p. 199 - 222.

Reddy, Prof. Dr. Ratna V.

Livelihoods and Natural Resource Management Institute, India
Field of research: Agricultural economics
Host: Dr. Mathew Kurian United Nations University
  • V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme: Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions: Assessing Hydro-geological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods. Amsterdam, New York: Elsevier INC, 2015, 300+ pp. [Watershed, Integrated, Hydrogeology, biophysical, socioeconomic, livelihoods,assessment.].

  • M. Srinivasa Reddy, V. Ratna Reddy and Sanjit Kumar Rout: Groundwater Governance: Development, Degradation and Management (A Study of Andhra Pradesh). . Jaipur, India: Rawat, 2016, 200+ pp. [Groundwater, participatory, governance, degradation, development, sustainability.].

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Mathew Kurian and Reza Ardakanian: Life-cycle Cost Approach for Management of Environmental Resources: A Primer. Germany: Springer, 2014, 40+ pp. [Life-cycle, costs, assessment, management, environmental, infrastructure, resources.].

  • LNRMI (V. Ratna Reddy); IRC, CESS and WASSAN.: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India. UK: Earth Scan / Routledge, 2013, 400+ pp. [Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, Life-cycle, costs, services, planning and management].

  • V. Ratna Reddy, M. Gopinath Reddy, John Sussan: Political Economy of Watershed Management in India: Policies, Institutions, Implementation and Livelihoods. Jaipur, : Rawat Publications, 2010, 300+ pp. [Watershed, development, management, political economy, policies, institutions, implementation, livelihoods.].

  • Mathew Kurian, Christopher Scott, V. Ratna Reddy, Graham Alabaster4, Adelaide Nardocci, Kent Portney, Rizaldi Boer and Bryce Hannibal: “One Swallow Does Not Make a Summer: Siloes, Trade-offs and Synergies in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus”. In: Frontiers in Environmental Science. 7, 2019, [Water, Energy, food, nexus, sustainable development, trade-off, Synergy, monitoring, Index.].

  • V. Ratna Reddy, K. Planisamy and M. Srinivasa Reddy: 3. “Tank Rehabilitation in India: Review of Experiences and Strategies”. In: Agricultural Water Management,. 209, 2018, p. 32 - 43 [Tanks, water harvesting, traditional, management, policies, institutions, climate, strategies].

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Davi Gasparini Fernandes Cunha and Mathew Kurian: “A Water–Energy–Food Nexus Perspective on the Challenge of Eutrophication”. In: Water. 10, 2018, [Water, Energy, food, Nexus, Eutrophication, climate change].

  • V. Ratna Reddy; Yashpal Singh Saharawat, Biju George.: Watershed Management in South Asia: A Synoptic Review" (Jointly);, 551; 2017, 4-13. In: Journal of Hydrology. 551, 2017, p. 4 - 13 [Watershed management, Evolution, Socioeconomic impacts, Hydrology, Institutions, South Asia.].

  • M. Dinesh Kumar, V. Ratna Reddy, A. Narayanamoorthy, Nitin Bassi & A. J. James: “Rainfed Areas: Poor Definition and Flawed Solutions”. In: International Journal of Water Resource Development. 33, 2018, [Rained, irrigated, resource, endowment, policy, strategy].

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Paul Pavelic and Munir A. Hanjra: “Underground taming of floods for irrigation (UTFI) in the river basins of South Asia: institutionalising approaches and policies for sustainable water management and livelihood enhancement". In: Water Policy. 20, 2018, p. 369 - 387 [Droughts; Floods; Groundwater depletion; Participatory learning; Payments for environmental services; Social regulation; South Asia].

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Sanjit Kumar rout and Paul Pavelic: “Underground taming of floods in the Ganges basin: Technologies, institutions and policies”; (Jointly), 60: 2017, 365-371. In: European Water. 60, 2017, p. 365 - 371 [Droughts; Floods; Groundwater depletion; Participatory learning; Payments for environmental services; Social regulation; South Asia].

  • Dajun Shen and V. Ratna Reddy: “Water Pricing in China and India: A Comparative Analysis”. In: Water Policy. 18, 2016, p. 103 - 121 [China; Comprehensive framework; Cost recovery; India; Water pricing].

  • V. Ratna Reddy: “Techno-Institutional Models for Managing Water Quality in Rural Areas: Case Studies from Andhra Pradesh, India”. In: International Journal of Water Resources Development. 2016, [Drinking water quality; rural; public-private institutions; andhra pradesh; India].

  • Geoff Syme and V. Ratna Reddy: “Social Sciences and Hydrology: An Introduction”. In: Journal of Hydrology. 518, 2014.

  • Charles Batchelor, V. Ratna Reddy, Conor Linstead, Murli Dhar, Sumit Roy, Rebecca May: “Do water-saving technologies improve environmental flows?”. In: Journal of Hydrology. 518, 2014, [Environmental flows Water-saving technologies Water use efficiency and productivity Consumptive and non-consumptive water uses Governance India].

  • V. Ratna Reddy, M. Srinivasa Reddy and Sanjit Kumar Rout: “Groundwater Governance: A Tale of Three Participatory Models in Andhra Pradesh, India”. In: Water Alternatives. 7, 2014, p. 275 - 297 [Groundwater, governance, participatory management, social regulation, India ].

  • Baby Kurian and V. Ratna Reddy: “How Effective are the New WASH Security Guidelines for India? An Empirical Case Study of Andhra”. In: Water Policy. 15, 2013, p. 535 - 553 [Guidelines; Hygiene; India; Life-cycle costs; Policy; Sanitation; Security; Sustainable; Services; Water].

  • Mathew Kurian, V. Ratna Reddy , Ton Dietz and Damir Brdjanovic: “Wastewater Re-use for Peri-urban Agriculture: A Viable Option for Adaptive Urban Water Management in India?”. In: Sustainability Science. 8, 2013, p. 47 - 59 [Peri-urban 􏰀 Water and sanitation 􏰀 Services 􏰀 Public health 􏰀 Climate variability 􏰀 Adaptation 􏰀 Asia].

  • B. Croke, N. Herron, P. Pavelic, S. Ahmedd, V. R. Reddy, R. Ranjan, G. Syme, M. Samad and K. V. Rao: “Impacts of meso-scale Watershed Development in Andhra Pradesh (India) and their implications for designing and implementing improved WSD policies and programs”. In: Water Practice & Technology. 7, 2012, [Andhra Pradesh, integrated modelling, Watershed Development].

  • V. Ratna Reddy, N. Jayakumar, M. Venkataswamy, M. Snehalatha and Charles Batchelor: “Life-cycle costs approach (LCCA) for sustainable water service delivery: A study in rural Andhra Pradesh, India”. In: Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Development. 2, 2012, p. 279 - 290 [drinking water, financial analysis, India, life-cycle costs, rural Andhra Pradesh, sustainable services].

  • Geoffrey J. Syme & V. Ratna Reddy & Paul Pavelic & Barry Croke & Ram Ranjan: “Confronting Scale in Watershed Development in India”. In: Hydrology Journal,. 2012, [Watershed . Scale . Groundwater/surface-water relations . Socio-economic aspects . India].

  • V. Ratna Reddy and Charles Batchelor: “Cost of Providing Sustainable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Services: An Initial assessment of LCCA in Rural Andhra Pradesh, India”. In: Water Policy. 14, 2012, p. 409 - 429 [Andhra Pradesh; Hygiene; India; Life-cycle costs; Sanitation; Sustainable services; Water ].

  • V. Ratna Reddy: “Hydrological Externalities and Livelihoods Impacts: Informed Communities for Better Resource Management”. In: Journal of Hydrology. 412-13, 2012, p. 279 - 290 [Hydrology Socio-economic Environmental Externalities India].

  • V. Ratna Reddy: “Water Sector Performance under Scarcity Conditions: A Case Study of Rajasthan, India”. In: Water Policy. 12, 2010, p. 761 - 778.

  • Wendy S. Merritt, Brendan Patch, V. Ratna Reddy & Geoffrey J. Syme: Modelling livelihoods and household resilience to droughts using Bayesian Networks” (Jointly), Environment,, 2015. In: Development and Sustainability. 2015, [Bayesian networks (BN) 􏰀 Watershed development (WSD) 􏰀 Sustainable livelihoods 􏰀 Natural capital 􏰀 Drought resilience].

  • Liana J. Williams, Sharmin Afroz, Peter R. Brown, Lytoua Chialue, Clemens M. Grünbühel, Tanya Jakimow, Iqbal Khan, Mao Minea, V. Ratna Reddy, Silinthone Sacklokham, Emmanuel Santoyo Rio, Mak Soeun, Chiranjeevi Tallapragada, Say Tom & Christian H. Roth: Household types as a tool to understand adaptive capacity: Case studies from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Bangladesh and India”. In: Climate and Development. 2015, [livelihoods; adaptation; household types; Cambodia; Lao PDR; Bangladesh; India].

  • Peter R. Brown, Sharmin Afroz, Lytoua Chialue, T. Chiranjeevi, Sotheary El, Clemens M. Grünbühel, Iqbal Khan, Cathy Pitkin, V. Ratna Reddy, Christian H. Roth, Silinthone Sacklokham & Liana J. Williams: Constraints to the capacity of smallholder farming households to adapt to climate change in South and Southeast Asia". In: Climate and Development. 2018.

  • V. Ratna Reddy, T. Chiranjeevi and M. Srinivasa Reddy: “Water and Sustainable Livelihoods: Need for an Integrated Watershed Management”. In: Sustainable Holistic Water Resources Management in a Changing Climate. (Ed. K. Srinivasa Raju and A. Vasan (ed.) ) New Delhi: Jain Brothers, 2017.

  • V. Ratna Reddy and T. Chiranjeevi: “The Changing Face of Rainfed Agriculture: Need for Integration of Science, Policy and Institutions”. In: Vicissitudes of Agriculture in the Fast Growing Indian Economy: Challenges, Strategies and the Way Forward. (Ed. C. Ramasamy and K. R. Ashok) Mumbai: Academic Foundation in Association with the Indian Society of Agricultural Economics, 2016.

  • V. Ratna Reddy: “Regulatory Instruments and Demand Management of Water: Potential and Prospects”. In: Indian Water Policy at the Crossroads: Resources, Technology and Reforms, Global Issues in Water Policy. (Ed. Vishal Narain and Annasamy Narayanmoorthy ) Germany: Springer, 2016.

  • V. Ratna Reddy and Mathew Kurian: “Life-cycle Cost Analysis of Infrastructure Projects”. In: Governing the Nexus: Water, Soil and Waste Resources Considering Global change. (Ed. Mathew Kurian and Reza Ardakanian) Germany: Springer, 2014.

  • V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme: Introduction” (jointly), In (Ed.). In: Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions: Assessing Hydro-geological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods, . (Ed. V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme) Netherlands: Elsevier INC, 2015.

  • Ram Ranjan, Deepa Pradhan, V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey Syme.: “Evaluating the Determinants of Perceived Drought Resilience: An Empirical Analysis of farmers Survival Capabilities in Drought-Prone Regions of South India” (jointly), In (Ed.);, October, 2015. In: Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions: Assessing Hydro-geological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods,. (Ed. V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme ) Netherlands: Elsevier INC, 2015.

  • Wendy Merritt, Brendan Patch, V. Ratna Reddy, Sanjit Kumar Rout and Geoferry J. Syme: “Modelling Livelihood Indicators and Household Resilience: Using Bayesian Networks”. In: Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions: Assessing Hydro-geological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods. (Ed. V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme) Netherlands: Elsevier INC, 2015.

  • Justice and Equity in Watershed Development in Andhra Pradesh”, Elsevier INC. In: Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions: Assessing Hydro-geological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods. (Ed. V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme) Netherlands: Elsevier INC, 2015.

  • T. Chiranjeevi, Geoffery Sym: “High Stakes- Engagement with a Purpose”. In: Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions: Assessing Hydro-geological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods. (Ed. V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme) Netherlands: Elsevier INC, 2015.

  • Wendy Marritt, K. V. Rao, Brendan Patch, V. Ratna Reddy, G. Syme and P. D. Sreedevi: Exploring Implications of Climate, Land Use, and Policy Intervention Scenarios on Water resources, Livelihoods and Resilience. In: (Ed.)Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions: Assessing Hydro-geological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods, . (Ed. V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme ) Netherlands: Elsevier INC, 2015.

  • V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme: “Summary and Conclusions”. In: Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Interventions: Assessing Hydro-geological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods. (Ed. V. Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J. Syme) Netherlands: Elsevier INC, 2015.

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Shiefraw Bekele, et. al.: “Community Watershed Management in Semiarid India: The State of Collective Action and Its Effects on Natural Resources and Rural Livelihoods”. In: Collective Action & Property Rights for Poverty Reduction: Insights from Africa and Asia. (Ed. Esther Mwangi, Helen Markelova and Ruth Meinzen Dick,) Pennsylvania and International Food Policy Research Institute, : University of Pennsylvania Press,, 2012.

  • V. Ratna Reddy and Mathew Kurian: “Adapting to Climate Change Variability: Health Impacts of Municipal Wastewater reuse for Peri-urban Agriculture”. In: Climate Change: An Asian Perspective. (Ed. Surjit Singh and Mohanam kumar S) Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2012.

  • V. Ratna Reddy and Mathew Kurian: “Approaches to Economic and Environmental Valuation of Domestic Wastewater”. In: Peri-urban Water and Sanitation Services: Policy, Planning and Method. (Ed. M. Kurian and Patricia McCarney) London: Springer, 2010.

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Catarina Foncica and Charles Batchelor: “Introduction”. In: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India. (Ed. LNRMI; IRC; CESS and WASSAN) UK: Earth Scan / Routledge, 2013.

  • V. Kurian Baby and V. Ratna Reddy: “WASH Sector in India: The Policy Context”. In: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India,. (Ed. LNRMI; IRC; CESS and WASSAN,) UK: Earth Scan / Routledge, 2013.

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Catarina Fonseca and Charles Batchelor: Life-cycle Cost approach: An Analytical framework for the WASH Sector”. In: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India. (Ed. LNRMI; IRC; CESS and WASSAN,) UK: Earth Scan / Routledge, 2013.

  • V. Ratna Reddy, M. Venkataswamy and M. Snehalatha: Unit Costs and Service Levels by Region and Technology”. In: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India. (Ed. LNRMI; IRC; CESS and WASSAN,) UK: Earth Scan / Routledge,, 2013.

  • V. Ratna Reddy: “Explaining Inter-Village Variations in Drinking Water Provision: Factors Influencing Costs and Service Levels in Rural Andhra Pradesh” (jointly) in (Ed) Joint publication of,. In: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India, . (Ed. LNRMI; IRC; CESS and WASSAN) UK: Earth Scan / Routledge, 2013.

  • V. Ratna Reddy: Rural Sanitation and Hygiene: Economic and Institutional Aspects of Sustainable Services” (jointly) in (Ed), Joint publication of,, UK, 2013. In: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India. (Ed. LNRMI; IRC; CESS and WASSAN) UK: Earth Scan / Routledge, 2013.

  • G. Alivelu, V. Ratna Reddy, P. Busenna and V. Anitha Raj: Cost of provision and Managing WASH Services in Peri-urban Areas”. In: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India. (Ed. LNRMI; IRC; CESS and WASSAN,) UK: Earth Scan / Routledge, 2013.

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Catarina Fonseca: Sustainable WASH Service Delivery: Policy Options and Imperatives” (jointly) in (Ed), Joint publication of, UK, 2013. In: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Services: The Life-cycle Cost Approach to Planning and Management in India. (Ed. LNRMI; IRC; CESS and WASSAN) UK: Earth Scan / Routledge,, 2013.

  • V. Ratna Reddy: Rural water systems for multiple uses and livelihood security. (Review). In: International Journal of Water Resources Development,. Vol. 32;, 2016, p. 1012 - 1015.

  • V. Ratna Reddy: “Land Degradation in India: Problems, Institutions and Sustainability". (Review). In: Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics,. Vol. 71,, 2016.

  • V. Ratna Reddy: "The Future of Indian Agriculture". (Review). In: Journal of Quantitative Economics. Vol. 12, 2014.

  • V. Ratna Reddy: “Regional Disparities and Statehood for Telangana”.(Review). In: Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. 66,, 2011.

  • M Dinesh Kumar, V Ratna Reddy, A Narayanamoorthy, M V K Sivamohan: “Analysis of India’s Minor Irrigation Statistics: Faulty Analysis, Wrong Inferences” (Discussion). In: Economic and Political Weekly. 48, 2013.

  • V. Ratna Reddy: “Environment and Employment”. In: Indian Journal of Labour Economics. 55, 2012.

  • V. Ratna Reddy, Sanjit Kumar Rout, T. Chiranjeevi and S. S. P. Sharma: “Performance and Factors Influencing the Impact of Watershed Development Programme in Rajasthan”. In: Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics. 67, 2012.

  • V Ratna Reddy, M S Rammohan Rao and M Venkataswamy: 'Slippage': The Bane of Rural Drinking Water Sector (A Study of Extend and Causes in Andhra Pradesh)”. In: Journal of Social and Economic Change. 13, 2011.

Rosellon, Prof. Dr. Juan

Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas (CIDE), Mexico
Field of research: General economic policy
Host: Prof. Dr. Claudia Kemfert DIW Berlin - Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW)
  • William, Hogan, Juan Rosellon, Ingo Vogelsang: Toward a Combined Merchant-Regulatory Mechanism for Electricity Transmission Expansion. In: Journal of Regulatory Economics. 38, 2 , 2010, p. 113 - 143 [Electricity transmission,Financial transmission rights, Incentive regulation, Loop-flow problem].

  • Tarjei Kristiansen, Juan Rosellon: Merchant Electricity Transmission Expansion: A European Case Study. In: Energy. 35, 10, 2010, p. 4107 - 4115 [Transmission expansion, Trilateral market coupling, Europe, Financial transmission rights, Congestion management].

  • Juan Rosellon, Zdenka Myslikova, Eric Zenon: Incentives for Transmission Investment in the PJM Electricity Market: FTRs or Regulation (or both?). In: Utilities Policy. 19, 1, 2011, p. 3 - 13 [Electricity transmission expansion Incentive regulation, PJM].

  • Juan Rosellon, Hannes Weigt: A Dynamic Incentive Mechanism for Transmission Expansion in Electricity Networks–Theory, Modeling and Application. In: The Energy Journal. 32, 1, 2011, p. 119 - 147 [Electricity transmission expansion, incentive regulation].

  • Juan Rosellon, Ingo Vogelsang, Hannes Weigt: Long-run cost functions for electricity transmission . In: The Energy Journal. 33, 1, 2012, p. 131 - 160 [Electricity transmission, Cost function, Incentive regulation, Merchant investment, Congestion management].

  • Juan Rosellon, Juan Tregear, Eric Zenon: El modelo HRV para expansión óptima de redes de transmisión: una aplicación a la red eléctrica de Ontario. In: Economia Mexicana. Nueva Epoca. XXI, 1, 2012, p. 133 - 173 [electricity transmission, financial transmission rights (FTR), incentive regulation, loop flows, nodal prices].

  • Eric Zenon, Juan Rosellon: Expansión de las Redes de Transmisión Eléctrica en Norteamérica: Teoría y Aplicaciones. In: El Trimestre Económico . 79/3, 315, 2012, p. 311 - 336 [Transmisión eléctrica, derechos financieros de transmisión (FTRs), regulación por incentivos, problema de flujos circulares (loop flows), precios nodales].

Wei, Prof. Chu

Renmin University of China, People's Republic of China
Field of research: National economics
Host: Prof. Dr. Andreas Löschel Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH, Mannheim (ZEW)
  • Chu Wei; Dong Xia: A decomposition analysis of China’s per capita CO2: a cross-country comparison. In: Management Review (管理评论). 22(8), 2010, p. 114 - 121 Original author: 魏楚,夏栋 (Chinese) [Per capita carbon dioxide; Cross-country Comparison; Divisia Decomposition; China ].

  • Chu Wei, Xiaolong Su: Decomposition of China’s energy intensity based on regional perspective. In: Environmental Economics and Policy (2nd Series). (Ed. Shantong Li) Beijing: Economic Science Press, 2011, p. 57 - 68 Original author: 魏楚,苏小龙 (Chinese) [Adaptive Weighting Divisia Decomposition; Energy Intensity; Regional Perspective; Energy-saving and Emission-reduction].

  • Manhong Shen, Wenbo Wu, Chu Wei: Prospects of a low carbon economy in the last two decades. In: Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Sciences). 41(3), 2011, p. 28 - 39 Original author: 沈满洪,吴文博,魏楚 (Chinese) [Low carbon economy; Literature review; China].

  • Chu Wei, Wenruo Huang, Manhong Shen: A survey of environmental productivity. In: Journal of World Economy. 5, 2011, Original author: 魏楚,黄文若,沈满洪 (Chinese) [environmental sensitive productivity; directional distance function; literature review].

  • Limin Du, Yanan He,Chu Wei: The relationship between oil price shocks and China’s macro-economy: An empirical analysis. In: Energy Policy. 38(8), 2010, p. 4142 - 4151 [Oil price shocks; Macro-economy; China].

  • Chu Wei, Jinlan Ni, Limin Du: Regional Allocation of Carbon Dioxide Abatement in China. In: China Economic Review. 6, 2011, [Carbon Dioxide abatement; Regional allocation; China; Abatement Capacity Index; extended Slacks-Based Measure].

  • Chu Wei, Jinlan Ni, Manhong Shen: China’s Energy Inefficiency: A cross-country comparison. In: Journal of Social Science. 2011, [Energy efficiency; DEA; Scale efficiency].

Witt, Prof. Dr. Michael A.

INSEAD, Singapore
Field of research: General business administration and management
Host: Prof. Dr. Gregory Jackson Freie Universität Berlin
  • Michael A. Witt, Gregory Jackson: Varieties of Capitalism and institutional comparative advantage: A test and reinterpretation. In: Journal of International Business Studies. 47, 2016, p. 778 - 806 [Varieties of Capitalism; economic sociology; comparative advantage; institutional context; fuzzy-set methods].

Wu, Dr. Jie

Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, People's Republic of China
Field of research: Macroeconomics
Host: Dr. Sebastian Voigt Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH, Mannheim (ZEW)
  • Jie Wu, Ying Fan, Yan Xia: How Can China Achieve Its Nationally Determined Contribution Targets Combining Emissions Trading Scheme and Renewable Energy Policies?. In: Energies. 10, 2017, p. 1166 [emissions trading scheme; renewable energy sources; multi-regional CGE model; CO2 price].

  • Jie Wu, Johan Albrecht, Ying Fan, Yan Xia: The design of renewable support schemes and CO2 emissions in China. In: Energy Policy. 99, 2016, p. 4 - 11 [Renewable energy; Feed-in tariff; Price impact; CO2 emissions].

  • Jie Wu, Ying Fan, Yan Xia: The Economic Effects of Initial Quota Allocations on Carbon Emissions Trading in China. In: The Energy Journal. 37, 2016, p. 129 - 151 [Initial quota allocation; Criterion; Methods; CGE; Macroeconomic cost].

  • Ying Fan, Jie Wu, Yan Xia, Jingyu Liu: How will a nationwide carbon market affect regional economies and efficiency of CO2 emission reduction in China?. In: China Economic Review. 38, 2016, p. 151 - 166.

  • Yan Xia, Ying Fan, Jie Wu: Analysis of low-carbon production chains towards China's CO2 emission reduction targets for 2020. In: Singapore Economic Review. 58, 2013, p. 1350021-1 - 18.

Yarashevich, Dr. Viachaslau

International University of MITSO, Italy
Field of research: Political economy
Host: Stefano Bianchini Universita di Bologna
  • Viachaslau Yarashevich: Political Economy of the Eurasian Integration. In: Interdisciplinary Political Studies. 5 (2), 2019, p. 405 - 442 [EAEU, postsocialism, regional economic integration].

Zander, Dr. Kerstin

Charles Darwin University, Australia
Field of research: Microeconomics
Host: Dr. Ines Dombrowsky Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)
  • K.K. Zander, W.J.W. Botzen, E. Oppermann, T. Kjellstrom, S.T. Garnett : Heat stress causes substantial labour productivity loss in Australia. In: Nature Climate Change. 5, 2015, p. 647 - 651 [heat stress, labour productivity, costs of climate change, perception].

  • K.K. Zander, A. Surjan, S.T. Garnett: Exploring the effect of heat on stated intentions to move. In: Climatic Change. 138, 2016, p. 297 - 308 [climate change, migration, adaptation, heat stress, perception, extreme heat, intention to move].

  • K.K. Zander, A. Surjan, S.T. Garnett: Exploring the effect of heat on stated intentions to move. In: Climatic Change. 138, 2016, p. 297 - 308 [climate change, migration, adaptation, heat stress, perception, extreme heat, intention to move].

  • K.K. Zander, G. Hatvani-Kovacs, S.T. Garnett: Resilience to heat waves: a frame-work for research, policy and practice. In: Disaster resilience: an integrated approach (2nd Ed). (Ed. D. Paton, D. Johnston) Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, 2017, p. 344 - 361 [heat stress, perception, Australia, climate change adpatation, impact].

  • K.K. Zander, S. Moss, S.T. Garnett: Drivers of heat stress susceptibility in the Australian labour force. In: Environmental Research. 152, 2017, p. 272 - 279 [heat stress, climate change, adaptation, impact, Australia].

  • E. Oppermann, M. Brearley, L. Law, J.A. Smith, A. Clough, K.K. Zander: Heat, humidity and health in Australia’s tropical monsoon zone: a critical review of the problematization of ‘heat’ in a changing climate. In: WIREs Climate Change. 8, 2017, p. e468 [heat stress, review, heat exposure, climate change, impacts, tropics, Australia].