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Publications

Collective volumes

Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.) (2015): Vulnerability to poverty in South-East Asia: Drivers, measurement, responses, and policy issues. World Development Vol. 71, July 2015, 130p. Download

 

Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.) (2013): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, 360p. Abstract

 

1. Vulnerability concept

Gödecke, Theda and Hermann Waibel (2016): Does the underlying definition of household impair programme targeting? Journal of Development Effectiveness Vol. 8 (1), p. 87-104. Download

Grote, Ulrike and Hermann Waibel (2016): Constructing a database for food security assessments in Southeast Asia. World Food Policy Vol. 2 (2) / 3 (1): p. 79-103. Download

Hardeweg, Bernd, Andreas Wagener and Hermann Waibel (2013): A distributional approach to comparing vulnerability, applied to rural provinces in Thailand and Vietnam. Journal of Asian Economics Vol. 25 (1), p. 53-65. Download

Hardeweg, Bernd, Stephan Klasen and Hermann Waibel (2013): Establishing a database for vulnerability assessment. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 50-79.

Klasen, Stefan and Hermann Waibel (2015): Vulnerability to poverty in South-East Asia: Drivers, measurement, responses, and policy issues. World Development Vol. 71 (July), p. 1-3. Download

Klasen, Stephan and Felix Povel (2013): Defining and measuring vulnerability: State of the art and new proposals. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 17-49.

Klasen, Stephan, Tobias Lechtenfeld and Felix Povel (2013): Using household surveys to capture vulnerability: Issues and challenges. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 80-114.

Klasen, Stephan, Tobias Lechtenfeld and Felix Povel (2015): A feminization of vulnerability? Female headship, poverty, and vulnerability in Thailand and Vietnam. World Development Vol. 71 (July), p. 36-53. Download

Lechtenfeld, Tobias (2013): Mapping vulnerability: Extending static poverty maps for Vietnam. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 115-135.

Lohmann, Carsten and Ingo Liefner (2009): Location, non-agricultural employment and vulnerability to poverty in rural Thailand. Erdkunde Vol. 63 (2), p. 141-60.

Mausch, Kai, Javier Revilla Diez and Rainer Klump (2013): Rural-rural differences in Vietnamese pro-poor growth: Does households’ income composition make a difference? In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 136-159.

Phung, Tung Duc, Bernd Hardeweg, Suwanna Praneetvatakul und Hermann Waibel (2015): Non-sampling error and data quality: What can we learn from surveys to collect data for vulnerability measurements? World Development Vol. 71 (July), p. 25-35. Download

Povel, Felix (2015): Measuring exposure to downside risk with an application to Thailand and Vietnam. World Development Vol. 71 (July), p. 4-24. Download

Tran, Quang Van, Sabina Alkire and Stephan Klasen (2015): Static and dynamic disparities between monetary and multidimensional poverty measurement: evidence from Vietnam. Research on Economic Inequality Vol. 23, p. 249-281.

Tran, Quang Van (2015): Household's coping strategies and recoveries from shocks in Vietnam. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance Vol. 56 (May), p. 15-29. Download

Tran, Quang-Van (2014): Disparities between monetary and multidimensional measurements of poverty. Working Paper. Download

Waibel, Hermann and Lena Hohfeld (2016): Poverty and nutrition: A case study of rural households in Thailand and Viet Nam. In: Jacques Silber and Guanghua Wan (Edts.): The Asian ‘Poverty Miracle’. Impressive Accomplishments or Incomplete Achievements? ADBI series on Asian Economic Integration and Cooperation. Edward Elgar, p. 215–250. Abstract

 

2. Risk

Hardeweg, Bernd, Lukas Menkhoff and Hermann Waibel (2013): Experimentally validated survey evidence on individual risk attitudes in rural Thailand. Economic Development and Cultural Change Vol. 61 (4), p. 859-888. Download

Liebenehm, Sabine and Hermann Waibel (2014): Simultaneous estimation of risk and time preferences among small-scale cattle farmers in West Africa. American Journal of Agricultural Economics Vol. 96 (5), p. 1420-1438. Download

Ligon, Ethan and Felix Povel (2011): Eliciting subject’s prediction of shocks in Thailand and Vietnam. Working Paper, University of California, Berkeley, and University of Göttingen, Germany.

Zenker, Juliane, Andreas Wagener and Sebastian Vollmer (2016): Better knowledge need not affect behavior: a randomized evaluation of the demand for lottery tickets in rural Thailand. The World Bank Economic Review>/i> November. DOI: 10.1093/wber/lhw060

3. Migration

Amare, Mulubrhan and Lena Hohfeld (2016): Poverty Transition in Rural Vietnam: The Role of Migration and Remittances. The Journal of Development Studies Vol. 52 (10), p. 1463-1478. Download

Amare, Mulubrhan, Lena Hohfeld, Somchai Jitsuchon and Hermann Waibel (2012): Rural-urban migration and employment quality: A case study from Thailand. Asian Development Review Vol. 29 (1), p. 57-79.

Gröger, André and Yanos Zylberberg (2016): Internal labor migration as a shock coping strategy: evidence from a typhoon. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics Vol. 8 (2), p. 123-153. Download

Hübler, Michael and Rebecca Hartje (2016): Smart phones support smart labor. Applied Economics Letters. DOI: 10.1080/13504851.2016.1203054

Hübler, Michael (2015): Labor mobility and technology diffusion: a new concept and its application to rural Southeast Asia. Journal of Asian Economics Vol. 39, p. 137-151. Download

Hübler, Michael (2016): Does migration support technology diffusion in developing countries? World Development Vol. 83, p. 148-162. Download

Junge, Vera, Javier Revilla Diez and Ludwig Schätzl (2015): Determinants and consequences of internal return migration in Thailand and Vietnam. World Development Vol. 71 (July), p. 94-106. Download

Nguyen, Loc Duc (2014): Rural-urban migrants in Vietnam: Should we stay in the cities or return home? Working Paper, Institute for Environmental Economics and World Trade.

Nguyen, Loc Duc, Katharina Raabe and Ulrike Grote (2015): Rural-urban migration, household vulnerability and welfare in Vietnam. World Development Vol. 71 (July), p. 79-93. Download

 

4. Agriculture and environment

Bühler, Dorothee, Ulrike Grote, Rebecca Hartje, Bopha Ker, Do Truong Lam, Loc Duc Nguyen, Trung Thanh Nguyen, and Kimsun Tong (2015): Rural livelihood strategies in Cambodia: Evidence from a household survey in Stung Treng. ZEF Working Paper Series No.137, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn. Abstract

Hohfeld, Lena and Hermann Waibel (2013): Investments of rural households in Northeast Thailand and the future of small scale farming. Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture Vol. 52 (3), p. 217-236. Download

Hübler, Michael (2016): How to curb poverty-related deforestation? Applied Economics Letters Vol. 24 (6), p. 374-380. Download

Hübler, Michael and Rebecca Hartje (2016): Are smartphones smart for economic development? Economics Letters Vol. 141, p. 130-133. Download

Kemper, Niels, Luu Viet Ha and Rainer Klump (2015): Property rights and consumption volatility: Evidence from a land reform in Vietnam. World Development Vol. 71 (July), p. 107-130. Download

Lechtenfeld, Tobias and Steffen Lohmann (2014): The short-term effect of drought on health and health expenditures in rural Vietnam. Courant Research Centre 'Poverty, Equity and Growth' - Discussion Paper Nr. 156.

Nguyen, Loc Duc, Rattiya Lippe, Trung Thanh Nguyen and Ulrike Grote (2014): Determinants of land use allocation in rural areas of Vietnam and Thailand. Working Paper, Institute of Environmental Economics and World Trade.

Nguyen, Trung Thanh, Truong Lam Do, Dorothee Bühler, Rebecca Hartje and Ulrike Grote (2015): Rural livelihoods and environmental resource dependence in Cambodia. Ecological Economics Vol. 120, December 2015, p. 282-295. Download

Phung, Tung Duc and Hermann Waibel (2010): Diversification in land and labor allocation in response to shocks among small- scale farmers in Central Vietnam. Schriften der Gesellschaft fur Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften des Landbaues e.V. Vol. 45, p. 91-111. Download

Songporne Tongruksawattana, Vera Junge, Hermann Waibel, Javier Revilla Diez and Erich Schmidt (2013): Ex-post coping strategies of rural households in Thailand and Vietnam. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 216-257.

Suwanna Praneetvatakul, Tung Duc Phung and Hermann Waibel (2013): Agricultural diversification and vulnerability to poverty: A Comparison between Vietnam and Thailand. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 189-215.

Völker, Marc and Hermann Waibel (2010): Do rural households extract more forest products in times of crisis? Evidence from the mountainous uplands of Vietnam. Forest Policy and Economics Vol. 6 (12), p. 407-414. Download

Völker, Marc, Songporne Tongruksawattana, Erich Schmidt and Hermann Waibel (2013): Impact of food price shocks on vulnerability to poverty: A mathematical programming approach. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 163-188.

Waibel, Hermann, Songporne Tongruksawattana and Marc Voelker (2013): Voices of the poor in climate change in Thailand and Vietnam. In: Aris Ananta, Armin Bauer and Myo Thant (Eds.): The environments of the poor in Southeast Asia, East Asia and the Pacific. ADB, Singapore, p. 170-186.

 

5. Finance

Gloede, Oliver and Ornsiri Rungruxsirivorn (2013): Local financial development and household welfare: Microevidence from Thai households. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade Vol. 49 (4), p. 22-45. Download

Gloede, Oliver, Lukas Menkhoff and Hermann Waibel (2015): Shocks, individual risk attitude, and vulnerability to poverty among rural households in Thailand and Vietnam. World Development Vol. 71 (July), p. 54-78. Download

Herrmann, Tabea, Lukas Menkhoff and Ulrich Schmidt (2014): Allais behavior, stochastic dominance violation and the configural weight theory. Discussion Paper, Leibniz Universität Hannover.

Jahnke, Bjoern (2014): Tax morale and reciprocity. A case study from Vietnam. Mimeo, Leibniz Universität Hannover.

Kemper, Niels and Rainer Klump (2010): Shock-coping and household finance in rural Vietnam: Evidence and some implications. In: Morelli, Emanuela, Amsicora Onnis, Walter Ammann and Corina Sutter (Eds.): Microinsurance: An Innovative Tool for Risk and Disaster Management. GRF, Davos. p. 269-297.

Kemper, Niels, Rainer Klump and Heiner Schumacher (2011): Representation of property rights and credit market outcomes: Evidence from a land reform in Vietnam. Working Paper. Download

Kemper, Niels, Rainer Klump, Lukas Menkhoff and Ornsiri Rungruxsirivorn (2013): Financial shock-coping in rural Thailand and Vietnam. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 258-282.

Kislat, Carmen (2015): Why are informal loans still a big deal? Evidence from Northeast Thailand. Journal of Development Studies Vol. 51 (5), p. 569-585. Download

Kislat, Carmen and Lukas Menkhoff (2012): The village fund loan programme: Who gets it, keeps it and loses it. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants, with case studies from Thailand and Vietnam. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 283-304.

Kislat, Carmen, Lukas Menkhoff and Doris Neuberger (2013): The use of collateral in formal and informal lending. Kiel Working Papers, Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

Menkhoff, Lukas and Ornsiri Rungruxsirivorn (2011): Do village funds improve access to finance? Evidence from Thailand. World Development Vol. 39 (1), p. 110-122. Download

Menkhoff, Lukas, Doris Neuberger and Ornsiri Rungruxsirivorn (2012): Collateral and its substitutes in emerging markets’ lending. Journal of Banking & Finance Vol. 36 (3), p. 817-834. Download

Rungruxsirivorn, Ornsiri (2008): Village heterogeneity and consumption smoothing: Empirical evidence in Thai villages. Working Paper. Download

 

6. Rural non-farm economy

Brünjes, Jürgen and Javier Revilla Diez (2013): 'Recession push' and 'prosperity pull' entrepreneurship in a rural developing context. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development Vol. 25 (3-4), p. 251-271. Download

Brünjes, Jürgen, Dominik Schmid, Javier Revilla Diez and Ingo Liefner (2013): Participation in different regional non-farm wage activities: Evidence from Thailand and Vietnam. In: Klasen, Stephan and Hermann Waibel (Eds.): Vulnerability to poverty: Theory, measurement and determinants. Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire, p. 305-334.

Brünjes, Jürgen and Javier Revilla Diez (2012): Opportunity entrepreneurs – Potential drivers of non-farm growth in rural Vietnam? In: Working Papers on Innovation and Space 01.12. 28p. Download

Lohmann, Carsten and Ingo Liefner (2014): Spatial patterns of private sector and public sector non-agricultural jobs in rural Northeast Thailand. Regional Studies Vol. 48 (4), p. 710-726.