Book Chap­ters

2022

2020


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  • Xaxa,V., Saha, D., Singha, R. (2017). ‘Introduction’ in Work, Institutions and Sustainable Livelihood: Issues and Challenges of Transformation, Palgrave Macmillan (Singapore)
  • Benya, Asandra (2017). “Excluded while Included: Women Mineworkers in South Africa’s Platinum Mines”, in Bonifacio, G. T. (2017). “Global Currents in Gender and Feminisms: Canadian and International Perspectives”, Emerald Press.  ISBN: 9781787144842
  • Lambert, R., Webster, E. (2014). Transnational Unionism in the Global South. In Sandbrook, R. & Güven, A.B. Civilizing Globalisation. New York: State University of New York. 
  • Munir, A., Hensel, O., Scheffler, W., Hoedt, H., Amjad, W., & Ghafoor, A. (2014). Design, development and experimental results of a solar distillery for the essential oils extraction from medicinal and aromatic plants. Solar Energy, 108, 548-559.
  • Munir, A., Alvi, J. Z., Ashfaq, S., & Ghafoor, A. (2014). Performance evaluation of a biomass boiler on the basis of heat loss method and total heat values of steam. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 51(1), 209-215.
  • Webster, E. (2014). Building a sociology for the global South: assessing a south-south research. In Keim, W.(Eds.). Circulating Scientific Knowledge: Social Sciences and International Knowledge Production. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
  • Webster, E., & Joynt, K. (2014). 3 Precarious workers, different voices. Socio-Economic Insecurity in Emerging Economies: Building New Spaces, 28.
  • Webster, E., Bhowmik , S. (2014). Work, Livelihoods and insecurity in the South: a  conceptual introduction. Socio-Economic Insecurity in Emerging Economies: Building New Spaces.
  • Berg, O., & Schwenken, H. (2011). Can the undocumented migrant have a face in film? In Bischoff, C., Falk, F., & Kafehsy, S. (Eds.). (2014). Images of illegalized immigration: towards a critical iconology of politics (Vol. 9, pp.111-127). transcript Verlag.
  • Hussain, A. (2011). Asia. In Schwenken, H., & Heimeshoff, L. M. (Eds.). (2011). Domestic workers count: global data on an often invisible sector. kassel university press GmbH.
  • Schwenken, H. (2011). Multiple paths and dead ends towards extended rights for undocumented migrant women workers in the European Union. In Ruppert, U., Jung, A. & Schwarzer, B. (Eds.), Beyond the merely possible. Transnational women’s movements today. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Bezuidenhout, A., & Webster, E. (2010). Contesting the New Politics of Space: Labor and Capital in the White Goods Industry in Southern Africa. In S. McGrath-Champ & A. Herod (Eds.), Handbook of Employment and Society: Working Space (pp.368-382). London: Edward Elgar.
  • Brandenburg, M. & Seuring, S. (2010). A Model for Quantifying Impacts of Supply Chain Cost and Working Capital on the Company Value. In W. Dangelmaier, A. Blecken, R. Delius & S. Klöpfer (Eds.), Advanced Manufacturing and Sustainable Logistics (Series: Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing pp.107-117). London: Springer.
  • Brandenburg, M. & Seuring, S. (2010). Value-based Strategic Supply Chain Planning. In W. Kersten, T. Blecker & C. Lüthje (Eds.),Pioneering Solutions in Supply Chain Management – A Comprehensive Insight into Current Management Approaches(Series: Operations and Technology Management, Vol. 14 pp.185-196).Göttingen: Erich Schmidt.
  • Clement, U. (2010). Gestaltungsoptionen für das berufliche Schulwesen. In U. Clement, J. Nowak, S. Ruß & C. Scherrer (Eds.), Public Governance und schwache Interessen (pp. 63-74). Wiesbaden: VS.
  • Clement, U., Nowak, J., Ruß, S. & Scherrer, C. (2010). Einleitung. In U. Clement, J. Nowak, S. Ruß & C. Scherrer (Eds.), https://www.springer.com/de/book/9783531166124Public Governance und Schwache Interessen(pp.7-25). Wiesbaden: VS.
  • Dieterle, C. & Scherrer, C. (2010). Globalisierung als Herausforderung und Chance gewerkschaftlicher Bildung: Das Global Labour University Netzwerk. In B. Lösch & A. Thimmel (Eds.), Kritische Politische Bildung. Ein Handbuch, 515-524. Schwalbach/Ts: Wochenschau.
  • Dürmeier, T. & Schrerrer, C. (2010). Einleitung. In C. Scherrer, B. Overwien, & T. Dürmeier (Eds.), https://shop.budrich-academic.de/product/perspektiven-auf-die-finanzkrise/?lang=en&v=3a52f3c22ed6Perspektiven auf die Finanzkrise(pp.9-15). Leverkusen: Barbara Budrich.
  • Young, B. & Scherrer, C. (2010). Introduction. In B. Young & C. Scherrer (Eds.), The Role of Gender Knowledge in Policy Networks (pp. 9-17). Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Riß, K. & Overwien, B. (2010). Globalisierung und politische Bildung. In B. Lösch & A. Thimmel (Eds.), Kritische Politische Bildung. Ein Handbuch (pp.193-204). Schwalbach: Wochen Schou.
  • Scherrer, C. (2010). Das Finanzkapital behauptet sich in der Krise. In C. Scherrer, B. Overwien, & T. Dürmeier (Eds.), https://shop.budrich-academic.de/product/perspektiven-auf-die-finanzkrise/?lang=en&v=3a52f3c22ed6Perspektiven auf die Finanzkrise(pp.159-176). Leverkusen: Barbara Budrich.
  • Scherrer, C. (2010). Finance Capital Will not Fade away on Its Own. In N. Pons-Vignon (Ed.), Don’t Waste the Crisis, Labour Responses to the Failures of Neo-liberalism (pp.31-36). Geneva: International Labour Office.
  • Scherrer, C., Hänlein, A., Heigl, M. & Hofmann, C. (2010). Stärkung von Arbeiterinteressen durch soziale Vergabekriterien im öffentlichen Beschaffungswesen. In U. Clement, J. Nowak, S. Ruß & C. Scherrer (Eds.), Public Governance und Schwache Interessen(pp. 111-126). Wiesbaden: VS.
  • Schwenken, H. (2010). Contesting Europe’s Borders: The self-organization and articulation of undocumented migrants in borderlands. In D. Singharoy (Ed.), Dissenting Voices and Transformative Actions. Social Movements in a Globalizing World (pp.257-276). Delhi, AL: Manohar.
  • Schwenken, H. (2010). Gender Knowledge in Migration Studies and Practices. In B. Young & C. Scherrer (Eds.), The Role of Gender Knowledge in Policy Networks (pp.94-114). Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Schwenken, H. (2010). Transnationale und lokale Organisierungsprozesse für eine ILO-Konvention „Decent Work for Domestic Workers“. In U. Apitzsch & M. Schmidbaur (Eds.), Care und Migration: Die Ent-Sorgung menschlicher Reproduktionsarbeit in der globalen Peripherie (pp.195-210). Opladen, AL: Barbara Budrich.
  • Segovia Castillo, A. H., Chablé-Santos, J. B., Delfin González, H., Sosa Escalante, J. E. & Hernández Betancourt, S. F. (2010). Aprovechamiento de la Fauna Silvestre por Comunidades Mayas en Yucatán. In R. Durán & M. Méndez (Eds.), Biodiversidad y Desarrollo Humano en Yucatán (pp.385-387). Mérida, Yuc.: PPD-FMAM, Conabio, Seduma.
  • Seuring, S. (2010). Information Needs for Decisions on Supply Chain Design. In G. Reiner (Ed.), Rapid Modelling and Quick Response – Intersection of Theory and Practice (pp. 303-316). London: Springer.
  • Von Holdt, K. (2010.). The South African post-Apartheid Bureaucracy: Inner workings, Contradictory Rationales and the Developmental State. In O. Edigheji (Ed.), https://www.hsrcpress.ac.za/books/constructing-a-democratic-developmental-state-in-south-africaConstructing a Democratic Developmental State in South Africa, Potential and Challenges (pp. 241-261). Cape Town: HSRC Press.
  • Webster, E., & Sikwebu, D. (2010). Tripartism and economic reform in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Chapter 5. In L. Fraile (Ed.), Blunting Neoliberalism: Tripartism and Economic Reforms in the Developing World. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan/ILO.
  • Burchardt, H.J (2009). Condiciones macroeconómicas y conceptos económicos alternativos. In D. Fontaine & P. Aparicio (Eds.), Diversidad cultural y desigualdad social en América Latina y el Caribe (pp. 17-25). San Salvador: (Ediciones) Böll.
  • Chablé Santos, J. B., & Delfín González, H. (2010). Uso Tradicional de Fauna Silvestre. In R. Durán & M. Méndez (Eds.), Biodiversidad y Desarrollo Humano en Yucatán (pp. 377-381). Mérida: PPD-FMAM, Conabio, Seduma.
  • Clement, U. (2009). Visionen für das berufliche Schulwesen: Gestaltungsoptionen und Entscheidungsmomente. In W. Heidemann & M. Kuhnhenne (Eds.), Zukunft der Berufsausbildung (pp. 67-69). Düsseldorf: Hans Böckler Stiftung.
  • Dieterle, C. & Scherrer, C. (2009). Globalisierung als Herausforderung und Chance gewerkschaftlicher Bildung: Das Global Labour University Netzwerk. In B. Overwien & H. Rathenow (Eds.), Globalisierung Fordert Politische Bildung (pp. 209-217). Opladen: Barbara Budrich.
  • Leisinger, K., Wieczorek-Zeul, H. & Scherrer, C. (2009). Macht der Wirtschaft und Ohnmacht der Staatlichkeit? Konstitutionalisierungsversuche und Menschenrechte, Podiumsdiskussion. In Arnold-Arndt-Kreis (Eds.), Recht regiert die Welt – fragt sich nur welches? Vom Völkerrecht der Staaten zum Weltbürger- und Menschenrecht (pp. 21-51). Berlin: Berliner Wissenschaftsverlag.