Publications by MIASA Fellows
Sustainable Energy Transitions
Edomah, Norbert. 2023. Who triggers change? Social network mapping, stakeholder analysis and energy systems interventions in Nigeria’s electricity sector. International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management, 37, 5–20.
Philipp Späth, Vanesa Castán Broto, Simon Bawakyillenuo and Michael Pregernig (2022). The governance of energy transitions in Africa: a sketch of plural perspectives. Energy, Sustainability and Society 2022 12:51.
Sustainable Rural Transformation
Parliaments and Democracy
Susan Dodsworth, Seidu Alidu, Gretchen Bauer & Gbensuglo Alidu Bukari. 2022. Parliamentary primaries after democratic transitions: Explaining reforms to candidate selection and their impact. African Affairs 121(483): 275–297.
Migration, Mobility and Forced Displacement
Stefan Rother, Susanne Schultz & Mary B. Setrana. 2021. Transnational Skills Partnerships between Ghana and Germany: "A "triple-win" solution?, AMMODI Policy Note https://ammodi.com/2021/06/07/transnational-skills-partnerships-between-ghana-and-germany-a-triple-win-solution/
Garba, Faisal. to appear 2021. Capital (in)difference in Africa: the examples of Nigeria and South Africa. In V. Sujatha (ed.), Global Capital and Social Difference, London & New York: Routledge, 45-64.
Yeboah, T., Kandilige, L., Bisong, A., Garba, F., & Kofi Teye, J. 2020. The ECOWAS Free Movement Protocol and Diversity of Experiences of Different Categories of Migrants: A Qualitative Study. International Migration 59(3).
Gordon Crawford, Zainab Mai-Bornu & Karl Landström. 2021. Decolonising knowledge production on Africa: Why it’s still necessary and what can be done. Journal of the British Academy 9(1): 21-46. Special issue on ‘Repositioning of Africa in Knowledge Production: Shaking off Historical Stigmas’ edited by Juliet Thondhlana and Evelyn Chiyevo Garwe.
Andreas Mehler & Francis B. Nyamnjoh. 2022. Academic Cooperation in the Humanities and Social Sciences: A Post-COVID Future. In Clemens Greiner, Steven Van Wolputte & Michael Bollig (eds.), African Futures, Leiden: Brill, 367-374.