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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

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

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

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

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

 

2. Risk

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

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 (forthcoming): Temporal stability of risk attitudes and the impact of adverse shocks - A panel data analysis from Thailand and Vietnam. Accepted for publication in World Development. DOI 10.1016/j.worlddev.2017.07.020

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

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 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, Vol. 24 (7), p. 467-471. Download

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, 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

Lohmann, Steffen and Tobias Lechtenfeld (2015). The effect of drought on health outcomes and health expenditures in rural Vietnam. World Development Vol. 72, p. 432-448. Download

Nguyen, Trung Thanh, Loc Duc Nguyen, Rattiya Suddeephong Lippe and Ulrike Grote (2017): Determinants of farmers’ land use decision-making: Comparative evidence from Thailand and Vietnam. World Development, 2017, Vol. 89 (C), p. 199-213. Download

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, Thi Hoa Pahlisch and Marc Völker (2017): Farmers' perceptions of and adaptations to climate change in Southeast Asia: The case study from Thailand and Vietnam. In: Leslie Lipper, Nancy McCarthy, David Zilberman, Solomon Asfaw and Giacomo Branca (Ed.): Climate smart agriculture - Building resilience to climate change. Natural Resource Management and Policy, Vol. 52, Springer. Download

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

Bezawit B. Chichaibelu and Hermann Waibel (2017): Borrowing from “Pui” to pay “Pom”: Multiple borrowing and over-indebtedness in rural Thailand. World Development, Vol. 98 (Oct.): p. 338-350. 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

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

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, 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.

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

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

 

6. Rural non-farm economy

Brünjes, Jürgen and Javier Revilla Diez (2016): Obtaining non-farm wage employment in rural Vietnam. Asia Pacific Viewpoint Vol. 57, p. 263-279. Download

Brünjes, Jürgen and Javier Revilla Diez (2016): Opportunity and necessity entrepreneurs in rural Vietnam - Who performs better? In: Routledge Handbook of Entrepreneurship in Developing Economies, Chapter: 13, Publisher: Routledge, Editors: Colin C. Williams, Anjula Gurtoo, p. 263-279. Download

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.

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. Download

Revilla Diez, Javier (2016): Vietnam 30 years after Doi Moi: Achievements and challenges. Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie Vol. 60 (3), p. 121-133. Download

Sohns, Franziska and Javier Revilla Diez (2016): Self-employment and its influence on the vulnerability to poverty of households in rural Vietnam - A panel data analysis. Geographical Review. Vol. 107 (2), p. 336-359. Download