Politik und Governance

Das Ziel dieses Bereichs ist es, die Zusammenhänge zu verstehen zwischen dem Aushandeln, wie eine Gesellschaft leben soll (Politik), und den koordinierten Handlungen, die diese Lebensweise ermöglichen (Governance). Im Zentrum soll dabei nicht in erster Linie der Staat stehen, sondern viel mehr die Handlungen und Praktiken, die den Kontext von Politik und Regierungsführung ausmachen. Zudem stellt der Bereich die Bedeutung von angewandtem Wissen in den Vordergrund, da praktische und politische Fragen wichtige Impulse setzen, um neue theoretische, konzeptionelle und methodische Herausforderungen zu formulieren.


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Costa, Jacopo. 2020. “Examining Wildlife Trafficking Networks in East Africa through the Lens of Social Network Analysis”. Basel: Basel Institute on Governance.   edoc | Open Access
Kassa, Saba, Jacopo Costa, Robert Lugolobi, and Claudia Baez Camargo. 2020. “A worm’s-Eye View of Wildlife Trafficking in Uganda - the Path of Least Resistance”. Working Paper. Basel: Basel Institute on Governance. https://baselgovernance.org/publications/working-paper-33-worms-eye-view-wildlife-trafficking-uganda-path-least-resistance.   edoc | Open Access
Kassa, Saba, Jacopo Costa, Robert Lugolobi, and Claudia Baez Camargo. 2020. “Curbing Wildlife Trafficking in Uganda: Lessons for Practitioners”. Policy Brief. Basel: Basel Institute on Governance. https://baselgovernance.org/publications/policy-brief-5-curbing-wildlife-trafficking-uganda-lessons-practitioners.   edoc | Open Access
Costa, Jacopo. 2020. “Social Network Analysis in the Fight Against Illegal Wildlife Trade. Building a Bridge Between Research and Practice”. Basel: Basel Insititute on Governance. https://baselgovernance.org/publications/social-network-analysis-fight-against-illegal-wildlife-trade.   edoc | Open Access
Heuser, Andreas, and Jens Koehrsen, eds. 2020. Does Religion Make a Difference? Religious NGOs in International Development Collaboration. Religion-Wirtschaft-Politik 20. Baden-Baden: Nomos - Pano-Verlag.   edoc
Heuser, Andreas. 2020. “Megachurches, Dominion Theology and Development”. In Does Religion Make a Difference? Religious NGOs in International Development Collaboration, edited by Andreas Heuser and Jens Koehrsen, 243-62. Religion - Wirtschaft - Politik. Baden-Baden: Nomos.   edoc
Heuser, Andreas, and Jens Koehrsen. 2020. “From a Quiet Revolution to the Tolerance of Ambiguity: Religious NGOs in International Development Discourse”. In Does Religion Make a Difference? Religious NGOs in International Development Collaboration, edited by Andreas Heuser and Jens Koehrsen, 13-40. Religion - Wirtschaft - Politik. Baden-Baden: Nomos .   edoc
Heuser, Andreas, and Jens Koehrsen. 2020. “Beyond Established Boundaries: FBOs As Developmental Entrepreneurs”. In Faith-Based Organizations in Development Discourses and Practice, edited by Andreas Heuser and Jens Koehrsen, 1-29. Routledge Series in Religion and Politics. London and New York: Routledge.   edoc
Koehrsen, Jens, and Andreas Heuser, eds. 2020. Faith-Based Organizations in Development Discourses and Practice. Routledge Studies in Religion and Politics. London ; New York : Routledge.   edoc
Heuser, Andreas, and Jens Koehrsen, eds. 2020. Faith-Based Organizations in Development Discourses and Practice. Routledge Studies in Religion and Politics. London and New York: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780429351211.   
Baez-Camargo, Claudia, Abel Dufitumukiza, Egidius Kamanyi, Robert Lugolobi, Saba Kassa, and Cosimo Stahl. 2019. “Social Norms and Attitudes Towards Corruption: Comparative Insights from East Africa”. In Corruption, Social Sciences and the Law. Exploration across the Disciplines, edited by Jane Ellis, 223-37. The Law of Financial Crime. London: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Corruption-Social-Sciences-and-the-Law-Exploration-across-the-disciplines/Ellis/p/book/9780367186418.   edoc
Förster, Till. 2019. “Europe Far and Close: African Migrants and the Imagination of Europe”. In Competing Perspectives: Figures of Image Control, edited by Günter Blamberger and Dietrich Boschung, 315-37. Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink Verlag.   edoc
Stahl, Cosimo, and Saba Kassa. 2018. “The Ambivalence of Social Networks and Their Role in Spurring and Potential for Curbing Petty Corruption. Comparative Insights from East Africa”. Working Paper Series 26. Basel Institute on Governance.   edoc | Open Access
Sambaiga, Richard, Claudia Baez-Camargo, and Lucy Koechlin. 2018. “Informal Governance and Corruption - Transcending the Principal Agent and Collective Action Paradigms. Dismantling Networks of Corruption: Challenges and Opportunities in Reforming Informal Governance in Tanzania”. Basel Institute on Governance.   edoc | Open Access
Förster, Till. 2018. “Die Entstehung Von Governance”. Regio Basiliensis 58 (3). Wepf: 193-99.   edoc
Baez-Camargo, Claudia, and Alena Ledeneva. 2017. “Where Does Informality Stop and Corruption Begin? Informal Governance and the Public/Private Crossover in Mexico, Russia and Tanzania”. Slavonic and East European Review 95 (1). University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies : 49-75. doi:10.5699/slaveasteurorev2.95.1.0049.   edoc | Open Access
Koechlin, Lucy, and Till Förster, eds. 2015. The Politics of Governance : Actors and Articulations in Africa and Beyond. Conceptualising Comparative Politics 3. New York: Routledge. http://images.tandf.co.uk/common/jackets/websmall/978113802/9781138021457.jpg.   edoc

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