IEE Newsletter No. 23

UA-Ruhr GC: New UAR GC Publications

There are six recent publications under the roof of the UA Ruhr Graduate Center.

The cooperation between the IEE and the Institute of Political Science (IfP) and the Institute for Development and Peace (INEF) at the University of Duisburg-Essen, under the roof of the UA Ruhr Graduate Center for Development Studies continues to be visible in the two publication formats: the monograph series "UA Ruhr Studies on Development and Global Governance" and the working paper series "Working Papers on Development and Global Governance". Since October 2015, the following research contributions were published:

Monograph Series: UA Ruhr Studies on Development and Global Governance

68. Annika Engelbert/Markus Kaltenborn/Nina-Annette Reit-Born (2016):
Effective corruption control. Supplier remedies in public procurement in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania – A comparative analysis of mechanisms and their implementation. – Berlin: Logos Verl. – 131 pp.
ISBN 978-3-8325-4251-1 (35 €)

67. Claudia Breitung (2015):
Organisational behaviour of humanitarian agencies in their interaction with armed rebel groups. A case study of humanitarian engagement with the Lord's Resistance Army. - Berlin: Logos Verl. - 243 pp.
ISBN 978-3-8325-4142-2 (€ 40,00)

65. Tobias Thürer (2015):
Does speculation with agricultural commodity futures cause price bubbles in the event of negative production shocks? - Berlin: Logos Verl. - 220 pp.
ISBN 978-3-8325-3876-7 (€ 42,00)

You can find further details about these publications from IEE members here.

Working Papers on Development and Global Governance

11. Simon Striegel (2015):
Building inclusive smallholder agricultural finance. With evidence from coffee producers and financial institutions in Tanzania. - 112 S.

10. Anika Mahla (2015):
Der deutsche Mediendiskurs zur (Neuen) Grünen Revolution. "Technologischer Triumphialismus" vs. agrarökologische Landnutzung. - 112 S.

9. Katharina Nett (2015):
Enhancing climate change resilience in fragile states. Adaption strategies in contexts of state fragility and increased climate change vulnerability: Linked responses to linked risks. - 73 S.

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