Dr. Stefan Lindemann

Dr. Stefan Lindemann

Politikwissenschaft

Stefan ist jetzt Referent bei der KfW Entwicklungsbank und Associate Research Fellow am GIGA Institut für Afrika-Studien.

 

Stefan Lindemann war wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in der Abteilung für Sozio-kulturelle Vielfalt und dort für das Projekt ‘Conditions of conviviality and conflict’ verantwortlich. Des Weiteren war er Lehrbeauftragter am Fachbereich Politikwissenschaft der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. Er besitzt einen Doktortitel in Development Studies von der London School of Economics (LSE) sowie ein Deutsch-Französisches Doppeldiplom in Politikwissenschaft von der Freien Universität Berlin und dem Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (IEP). Stefans primäre Forschungsinteressen umfassen ethnische Konflikte, Bürgerkriege, sowie zivil-militärische Beziehungen. Seine Arbeiten wurden u.a. veröffentlicht in Zeitschriften wie African Affairs, Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, Third World Quarterly, Global Environmental Politics, und Environmental Politics.

Publikationen

Zeitschriftenartikel

‚The clash of institutions: Traditional authority, conflict and the failure of ‘hybridity’ in Buganda’ (with Tom Goodfellow), Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 51(1), 2013. (forthcoming)

The ethnic politics of coup avoidance: Evidence from Zambia and Uganda, Africa Spectrum 46(2), 2011, pp. 3–41. link

‘Inclusive elite bargains and the dilemma of unproductive peace: A Zambian case study’, Third World Quarterly 32(10), 2011, pp. 1843-1869. link

‘Just another change of guard? Broad-based politics and civil war in Museveni’s Uganda’, African Affairs 110(440), 2011, pp. 387–416. afraf.oxfordjournals.org/content/110/440/387.full.pdf+html

‘Governing environmental innovations’ (with Martin Jänicke), Environmental Politics 19(1), 2010, pp. 127-141.

‘How widely applicable is river basin management? An analysis of wastewater management in an arid transboundary case’ (with Ines Dombrowsky, Ram Almog, Nir Becker, Eran Feitelson, Simone Klawitter & Natalie Mutlak), Environmental Management 45(5), 2010, pp. 1112-1126.

‘Understanding water regime formation – a research framework with lessons from Europe’, Global Environmental Politics 8(4), 2008, pp. 117-140.

‘Europäische Nachhaltigkeitsstrategien im Spannungsfeld von Umwelt- und Wettbewerbespolitik – eine kritische Zwischenbilanz‘ (with Martin Jänicke), Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik & Umweltrecht 31(3), 2008, pp. 355–392.

Beiträge in Sammelbänden

‘Innovationsfördernde Umweltpolitik’ (with Martin Jänicke), in M. Eifert and W. Hoffmann-Riem (eds.), Innovationsfördernde Regulierung, 2009, Baden-Baden: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 171-196.

‘Success and failure in international river basin management – the case of Southern Africa’, in H.-G. Brauch, U. Oswald Spring, J. Grin, C. Mesjasz, P. Kameri-Mbote, N. Chadha Behera, B. Chourou and H. Krummenacher (eds.), Facing global environmental change: environmental, human, energy, food, health and water security concepts, 2009, Springer: Berlin, pp. 699-710.

‘Umweltschutzverbände’, in U. Andersen and W. Woyke (eds.), Handwörterbuch des politischen Systems der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 2009, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

‘Addressing the need for water service delivery in fragile states: the case of German donor involvement in Yemen’, in S. Neubert, W. Scheumann and M. Kipping (eds.), Water politics, water policies and development cooperation: local power plays and global governance, 2008, Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 353-377.

Andere Publikationen

"Ethnic exclusion and the puzzle of diverging conflict trajectories: A paired comparison of Kurds in Syria and Turkey"., http://www.mmg.mpg.de/publications/working-papers/2011/wp-11-10/, Working Paper WP 11-10, 2011.

"Civilian control of the military in Tanzania and Zambia: explaining persistent exceptionalism', Crisis States Working Papers Series 2 80, 2010. London: Crisis States Research Centre, LSE.

"Inclusive elite bargains and civil war avoidance: the case of Zambia", Crisis States Working Papers Series 2 77, 2010, London: Crisis States Research Centre, LSE, download at: http://www.crisisstates.com/download/wp/wpSeries2/WP77.2.pdf.

"Exclusionary elite bargains and civil war onset: the case of Uganda", Crisis States Working Papers Series 2 76, 2010, London: Crisis States Research Centre, LSE, download at: http://www.crisisstates.com/download/wp/wpSeries2/WP76.2.pdf.

"Do inclusive elite bargains matter? A research framework for understanding the causes of civil war in Sub-Saharan Africa", Crisis States Discussion Papers Series 15, 2008, London: Crisis States Research Centre, LSE, download at: http://www.crisisstates.com/download/dp/dp15.pdf.

"Drivers of change in the Democratic Republic of Congo: the rise and decline of the state and challenges for reconstruction" (with James Putzel and Claire Schouten), Crisis States Working Papers Series 2 25, 2008, London: Crisis States Research Centre, LSE, download at: http://www.crisisstates.com/download/wp/wpSeries2/WP26.2.pdf.

"Nachhaltigkeitsstrategien in Deutschland und der EU. Eine Zwischenbilanz aus umweltpolitischer Sicht" (with Martin Jänicke), FFU-Report 02-2008, Berlin: Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik, FU Berlin, download at: link.

"Water regime formation in Europe. A research framework with lessons from the Rhine and Elbe river basins", FFU-Report 04-2006, Berlin: Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik, FU Berlin, download at: link.

Tagungsbeiträge

‘Ethnic exclusion and the puzzle of diverging conflict trajectories: case study evidence from Africa, Asia and Latin America’, European Political Science Association, 2nd Annual Conference, Berlin, 21–23 June 2012.

‘Divergent conflict trajectories in a context of ethnic exclusion: Evidence from three controlled comparisons’, ISA Annual Convention 2012 ‘Power, principles and participation in the global information age’, San Diego, California, USA, 1–4 April 2012.

‘The politics of war and peace in Uganda and Zambia’, 3. Offene Sektionstagung Internationale Politik, Deutsche Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft, Geschwister-Scholl-Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, München 6-7-October 2011.

‘Co-optation and autocratic regime stability: Evidence from Zambia and Uganda’, Paper presented at the 6th ECPR General Conference, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, 25-27 August 2011.

 ‘Conditions of conviviality and conflict: A theoretical framework with a Kurdish case study’, Paper presented at the ‘Ethnic politics workshop: New approaches to the study of ethnic politics in the social science’, Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University, Washington DC, 20-21 May 2011.

 ‘Elite bargains and political opposition: Evidence from Zambia’, Invited presentation for the workshop ‘Democracy, populism, and opposition politics in Africa’, Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford University, Oxford, 2 May 2011.

 ‘The contradictions of building elite consensus and inclusiveness – Power-sharing between peace, democracy and economic development’, Invited presentation for the conference ‘Strengthening cooperation between Europe and Africa on democratic reform’, Observatoire de l’Afrique, Brussels, 11-12 October 2010.

‘From strongest ally to fiercest rival? The fallout between the Museveni government and the Buganda Kingdom’ (with Tom Goodfellow), ASAUK Biennial Conference 2010, Oxford, 16–19 September 2010.

‘Inclusive elite bargains and the dilemma of unproductive peace: evidence from Zambia’, 60th Political Studies Association Annual Conference ‘Sixty years of political studies: achievements and futures’, Edinburgh, 29 March – 1 April 2010.

‘Inclusive elite bargains and civil war avoidance – the case of Zambia’, Annual Workshop of the Crisis States Research Centre (CSRC), Dar Es Salaam, 31 August – 4 September 2009.

‘Exclusionary elite bargains and civil war onset – The case of Uganda’, 3rd European Conference on African Studies (ECAS), Leipzig, 4–7 June 2009.

‘Sustainable development strategies in Germany and the EU: debunking the myth of long-term environmental governance’, 2008 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change ‘Long-term policies: governing social-ecological change’, Berlin, 22–23 February 2008.

‘Addressing the need for water service delivery in fragile states: the case of German donor involvement in Yemen’, 2006 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change ‘Resource policies: effectiveness, efficiency, and equity’, Berlin, 17–18 November 2006.

‘Water regime formation in Europe: a research framework with lessons from the Rhine and Elbe river basins’, 2006 Trilateral Project Meeting ‘From conflict to collective action: institutional change and management options to govern transboundary water courses’, Jerusalem, 20–21 April 2006.

‘Explaining success and failure in international river basin management: the case of Southern Africa’, 6th Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community ‘Global environmental change, globalization and international security: new challenges for the 21st century’, Bonn, 9–13 October 2005.

‘Explaining success and failure in international river management’, Japanese-German Conference on ‘Environment and science – concepts and strategic goals for the future’, Tokyo, 9–11 April 2005.