Publikationen | GIGA Institut für Asien-Studien

Sangeeta Mahapatra / Johannes Plagemann

Polarisierung und Politisierung: Soziale Medien im indischen Wahlkampf

GIGA Focus Asien, 03/2019

Jean-Frederic Morin / Hugo Dobson / Claire Peacock / Miriam Prys-Hansen

How Informality Can Address Emerging Issues: Making the Most of the G7

Global Policy, 10, 2019, 2, 267-273

Daniel Neff / Cornelis W. Haasnoot / Sebastian Renner / Kunal Sen

The social and economic situation of Scheduled Tribes in India

in: Christopher Fleming / Matthew Manning (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Wellbeing, London: Routledge, 2019, 194-208

Nicola Nymalm / Johannes Plagemann

Comparative Exceptionalism: Universality and Particularity in Foreign Policy Discourses

International Studies Review, 21, 2019, 1, 12–37

Werner Pascha / Patrick Köllner / Aurel Croissant

Sustainable Governance Indicators 2019: Japan Report

2019

Claire Peacock / Hugo Dobson / Jean-Frédéric Morin / Miriam Prys-Hansen

The G7 Summit in Biarritz: Finding agreement amid discord

2019

Johannes Plagemann / Sandra Destradi

What Modi teaches us about populist foreign policy

East Asia Forum, 2019

Johannes Plagemann / Sandra Destradi

Populism and Foreign Policy: The Case of India

Foreign Policy Analysis, 15, 2019, 2, 283-301

Jan Priebe / Ute Rink / Henry Stemmler

Health shocks and risk aversion: Panel and experimental evidence from Vietnam

Courant Research Center: Poverty, equity, growth: Discussion paper, 267, 2019

Miriam Prys-Hansen / Kristina Hahn / Malte Lellmann / Milan Röseler

Contestation in the UNFCCC: The Case of Climate Finance

in: Matthew Stephen / Michael Zürn (eds.), Contested World Orders: Rising Powers, Non-Governmental Organizations, and the Politics of Authority Beyond the Nation-State, Oxford University Press, 2019, 272-302

Miriam Prys-Hansen

Wahlen in Indien: Lackmustest für die globale Klimapolitik

GIGA Focus Global, 02/2019

Miriam Prys-Hansen

The Future of Indo-German Relations, or: How to fix a faulty relationship

Indian Council of World Affairs, 2019

Sebastian Renner / Jann Lay / Michael Schleicher

The effects of energy price changes: heterogeneous welfare impacts and energy poverty in Indonesia

Environment and Development Economics, 24, 2019, 2, 180-200

Arjan H. Schakel / Chanchal Kumar Sharma / Wilfried Swenden

India after the 2014 general elections: BJP dominance and the crisis of the third party system

Regional & Federal Studies, 2019, 329-354

Yun Schüler-Zhou

China treibt den globalen Wettbewerb für Elektromobilität an

GIGA Focus Asien, 08/2019

Janjira Sombatpoonsiri

Civil Society Under Stress: Autocratic Repression and Divided Civic Spraces in Southeast Asia

in: Azmi Sharom / Magdalen Spooner (eds.), The Spectra of Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia, Bangkok: SHAPE-SEA, 2019, 61-87

Matthew D. Stephen

The AIIB in the liberal international order

The Chinese Journal of International Politics, 12, 2019, 1, 61-91

Julia Strasheim

No "end of the peace process": federalism and ethnic violence in Nepal

Cooperation and Conflict, 54, 2019, 1, 83-98

Julia Strasheim

Neither war nor peace: political order and post-conflict violence in Nepal

in: Pavan Kumar Malreddy / Anindya Sekhar Purakayastha / Birte Heidemann (eds.), Violence in South Asia: Contemporary Perspectives, New York: Routledge, 2019, 23-36

Andreas Ufen

Welcher Islam gibt den Ton an?

WELT-SICHTEN, 2019

Andreas Ufen

The role of money in Southeast Asian politics

Asia Dialogue, 2019

Tim Wegenast / Mario Krauser / Georg Strüver / Juliane Giesen

At Africa’s expense? Disaggregating the employment effects of Chinese mining operations in sub-Saharan Africa

World Development, 118, 2019, 39-51

Iris Wieczorek

Energiewende in Japan: Vom Konsens zur Kontroverse

GIGA Focus Asien, 01/2019

Thorsten Wojczewski

Identity and world order in India’s post-Cold War foreign policy discourse

Third World Quarterly, 40, 2019, 1, 180-198

Pascal Abb

What drives interstate balancing? Estimations of domestic and systemic factors

International Politics, 55, 2018, 2, 279-296

Ariel I. Ahram / Patrick Köllner / Rudra Sil (eds.)

Comparative Area Studies: Methodological Rationales and Cross-Regional Applications

New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018

Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Elisa Hörhager / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz

Introduction

in: Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz (eds.), Protecting the Weak in East Asia: Framing, Mobilisation, and Institutionalisation, Abingdon / New York: Routledge, 2018, 1-19

Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz

Weak vs. Strong: Ambiguities of Protection

in: Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz (eds.), Protecting the Weak in East Asia: Framing, Mobilisation, and Institutionalisation, Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2018, 257-271

Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz (eds.)

Protecting the Weak in East Asia: Framing, Mobilisation, and Institutionalisation

Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2018

Marianne Beisheim / Anne Ellersiek / Jasmin Lorch

INGOs and Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships

in: Thomas Risse / Tanja A. Börzel / Anke Draude (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Governance and Limited Statehood, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 211-230

Alexandr Burilkov

Russian maritime strategy since the Ukrainian crisis

in: Howard M. Hensel / Amit Gupta (eds.), Naval Powers in the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific, Routledge, 2018, 36-54

David Chiavacci / Iris Wieczorek (eds.)

Japan 2018: Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft

München: Iudicium, 2018

Aurel Croissant / David Kuehn / Tanja Eschenauer

The “dictator’s endgame”: Explaining military behavior in nonviolent anti-incumbent mass protests

Democracy and Security, 14, 2018, 2, 174-199

Aurel Croissant / David Kuehn / Tanja Eschenauer

Mass Protests and the Military

Journal of Democracy, 29, 2018, 3, 141-155

Sandra Destradi

Reluctant powers? Rising powers’ contributions to regional crisis management

Third World Quarterly, 39, 2018, 12, 2222-2239

Claudia Dislich / Elisabeth Hettig / Jan Salecker / Johannes Heinonen / Jann Lay / Katrin M. Meyer / Kerstin Wiegand / Suria Tarigan

Land-use change in oil palm dominated tropical landscapes: an agent-based model to explore ecological and socio-economic trade-offs

PLOS ONE, 2018

Anna Fünfgeld

Just Energy? Structures of energy (In)justice and the Indonesian coal sector

in: Tahseen Jafry (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice, Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2018, 222-236

Karsten Giese / Kelly Si Miao Liang

Shifting Territorialities of an African Space in China

in: Ulf Engel / Marc Boeckler / Detlef Müller-Mahn (eds.), Spatial Practices: Territory, Border and Infrastructure in Africa, Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2018, 129-149

Heike Holbig

Whose New Normal? Framing the Economic Slowdown Under Xi Jinping

Journal of Chinese Political Science, 23, 2018, 3, 341–363

Heike Holbig / Moritz Bälz

Shifting Relations between State and Social Actors: Ambiguous Strategies of Protecting the Weak in Japan and China

in: Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz (eds.), Protecting the Weak in East Asia: Framing, Mobilisation, and Institutionalisation, Abingdon / New York: Routledge, 2018, 75-111

Raphaëlle Khan / Patrick Köllner

Außenpolitische Think Tanks in Indien: Neue Akteure mit unterschiedlichen Profilen

GIGA Focus Asien, 01/2018

Patrick Köllner / Xufeng Zhu / Pascal Abb

Understanding the Development of Think Tanks in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Japan

Pacific Affairs, 91, 2018, 1, 5-26

Patrick Köllner

The Liberal Democratic Party at 50: Sources of Dominance and Changes in the Koizumi Era

in: Robert Pekkanen (ed.), Critical Readings on the Liberal Democratic Party in Japan, Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2018, 1157-1178

Patrick Köllner

The European Union as “A Partner of First-Order Importance” for New Zealand

in: Robert G. Patman / Iati Iati / Balazs Kiglics (eds.), New Zealand and the World: Past, Present And Future, Singapore: World Scientific, 2018, 439-455

Patrick Köllner / Xufeng Zhu

Understanding the Development of Think Tanks in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Japan: Special Issue

Pacific Affairs, 91, 2018, 1 / Special Issue (guest editors)

Patrick Köllner / Rudra Sil / Ariel I. Ahram

Comparative Area Studies: What It Is, What It Can Do

in: Ariel I. Ahram / Patrick Köllner / Rudra Sil (eds.), Comparative Area Studies: Methodological Rationales and Cross-Regional Applications, New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 3-26

David Kuehn

Theoriegeleitete Fallauswahl

in: Claudius Wagemann / Achim Goerres / Markus Siewert (eds.), Handbuch Methoden der Politikwissenschaft, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2018

David Kuehn

Democratic Control of the Military

in: Giuseppe Caforio / Marina Nuciari (eds.), Handbook of Military Sociology, Cham: Springer, 2018, 161-178

Sangeeta Mahapatra

India and Japan Boost Relations With High-Tech Focus

The Diplomat, 2018

Martin Paldam / Erich Gundlach

Jumps into Democracy: Integrating the Short and Long Run in the Democratic Transition

Kyklos, 71, 2018, 3, 456-481

Sebastian Renner / Jann Lay / Hannes Greve

Household welfare and CO2 emission impacts of energy and carbon taxes in Mexico

Energy Economics, 72, 2018, 222-235

Margot Schüller / Yun Schüler-Zhou

China als Advokat des Freihandels

Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, 68, 2018, 4-5, 26-32

Chanchal Kumar Sharma / Wilfried Swenden

Modi-fying Indian Federalism? Center–State Relations under Modi’s Tenure as Prime Minister

Indian Politics & Policy, 1, 2018, 1, 51-82

Cornelia Storz / Heike Holbig

Theories on Institutional Change: An Application to the Dynamics of “Protecting the Weak”

in: Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz (eds.), Protecting the Weak in East Asia: Framing, Mobilisation, and Institutionalisation, Abingdon / New York: Routledge, 2018, 112-137

Georg Strüver / Tim Wegenast

The Hard Power of Natural Resources: Oil and the Outbreak of Militarized Interstate Disputes

Foreign Policy Analysis, 14, 2018, 1, 86-106

Jagriti Tanwar

Interfirm mobility of married women in the Indian IT sector: evidence from Delhi

Gender, Technology and Development, 22, 2018, 1, 20-39

Andreas Ufen

Regimewechsel durch Wahlen? Der malaysische Tsunami im Mai 2018

Stiftung Asienhaus - Blickwechsel, 2018

Andreas Ufen

Party presidentialization in post-Suharto Indonesia

Contemporary Politics, 24, 2018, 3, 306-324

Jörg Wischermann / Bettina Bunk / Patrick Köllner / Jasmin Lorch

Do associations support authoritarian rule? Evidence from Algeria, Mozambique, and Vietnam

Journal of Civil Society, 14, 2018, 2, 95-115

Jörg Wischermann

Authoritarian Rule

in: Akihiro Ogawa (ed.), Routledge Handbook on Civil Society in Asia, Abingdon: Routledge, 2018, 344-361

Jörg Wischermann / Dang Thi Viet Phuong

Vietnam

in: Akihiro Ogawa (ed.), Routledge Handbook on Civil Society in Asia, Abingdon: Routledge, 2018, 129-142

Jörg Wischermann / Gerhard Will (eds.)

Vietnam: Mythen und Wirklichkeiten

Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, 2018

Matthias Basedau / Jonathan Fox / Jan Pierskalla / Georg Strüver / Johannes Vüllers

Does discrimination breed grievances—and do grievances breed violence? New evidence from an analysis of religious minorities in developing countries

Conflict Management and Peace Science, 34, 2017, 3, 217-239

Joachim Betz / Daniel Neff

Social Policy Diffusion in South Asia

Journal of Asian Public Policy, 10, 2017, 1, 25-39

Sebastian Biba / Heike Holbig

China in der G20: Ein schmaler Korridor für chinesisch-europäische Kooperation

GIGA Focus Asien, 02/2017

Maria Bondes / Thomas Johnson

Beyond Localized Environmental Contention: Horizontal and Vertical Diffusion in a Chinese Anti-Incinerator Campaign

Journal of Contemporary China, 26, 2017, 106, 504-520

David Chiavacci / Iris Wieczorek (eds.)

Japan 2017: Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft

München: Iudicium, 2017

Sandra Destradi

India's Reluctant Approach to R2P: Lessons from Perilous Interventions

Global Responsibility to Protect, 9, 2017, 2, 229-236

Sandra Destradi

Reluctance in international politics: A conceptualization

European Journal of International Relations, 23, 2017, 2, 315-340

Sandra Destradi

Rising Powers in World Politics

in: (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2017

Christian Dreger / Yun Schüler-Zhou / Margot Schüller

Determinants of Chinese direct investments in the European Union

Applied Economics, 49, 2017, 42, 4231-4240

Hannes Ebert / Tim Maurer

Cyber Security

in: Patrick James (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, New York: Oxford University Press, 2017

Hannes Ebert

In Modi’s Might? Maintenance Processes and Prospects for De-escalation in the India-Pakistan Rivalry, 1997-2015

in: Mischa Hansel / Raphaёlle Khan / Mélissa Levaillant (eds.), Theorizing Indian Foreign Policy, London: Routledge, 2017, 112-135

Daniel Flemes / Hannes Ebert

Bound to Change: German Foreign Policy in the Networked Order

Rising Powers Quarterly, 2, 2017, 1, 251-269

Anna Fünfgeld

Claiming Justice Matters in Energy Policy

Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Policy Paper, 2017, 2/2017

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