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Further Publications of Johanna Schott

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    Schott J (2019) Ökonomie der Angst : Nordafrikanische und westafrikanische Magie im Vergleich. In: Günther S, Pielow D (eds) Die Geheimnisse der oberen und der unteren Welt : Magie im Islam zwischen Glaube und Wissenschaft. Leiden: Brill, pp 476-511

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    Schott J, Kalatas T, Nercissians E, Barkmann J, Shelia V (2016) The impact of protected areas on local livelihoods in the South Caucasus. Halle: IAMO, 25 p, Discussion Paper Leibniz Inst Agric Dev Central Eastern Europe

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    Schott J, Nercissians E, Kalatas T, Barkmann J (2014) Nature conservation and livelihoods in the South Caucasus. In: University of Tehran (ed) Anthropogenic changes of environment and landscape in arid and semi-arid regions, University of Tehran, Karaj, Iran, October 7-13, 2014. Karaj: University of Tehran, p 18

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    Schott J, Kalatas T (2014) The earthquake of Spitak, Armenia, and its socioeconomic implications. In: Meliczek H, Kätsch C (eds) Natural disasters and sustainable development : proceedings of the International Seminar held in Göttingen, Germany ; 17-18 April 2013. Göttingen: Cuvillier, pp 77-89

    https://literatur.thuenen.de/digbib_extern/dn056911.pdf

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    Kalatas T, Barkmann J, Schott J, Abramia G, Nercissians E, Gogichaishvili G, Gelashvili M, Mikava N (2013) Economic valuation of access to natural resources around three South Caucasian National Parks. In: Building bridges in ecology : linking systems, scales and disciplines ; GfÖ 43rd Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland ; September 9 to 13, 2013, Potsdam, Germany ; book of abstracts. Göttingen: Gesellschaft für Ökologie, pp 56-57

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    Barkmann J, Katalas T, Schwarze S, Schott J, Marggraf R (2013) Economic valuation of access to natural resources in three South Caucasus National Park Areas. In: Tielkes E (ed) Agricultural development within the rural-urban continuum : Tropentag 2013 ; international research on food security, natural resource management and rural development ; book of abstracts. Göttingen: Cuvillier, p 161

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    Schott J, Kalatas T (2013) The Earthquake of Spitak, Armenia, and its socio-economic implications. In: International Seminar on Natural Disasters and Sustainable Development ; International Society for Sustainable Development and Agriculture (ISSDA); April 17 - 18, 2013, Göttingen, Germany ; book of abstract. p 10

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    Barkmann J, Schott J, Abramia G, Shelia V, Babayev V, Urutyan V, Nercissians E, Kalatas T, Schwarze S, Gehlken B, Bürger-Arndt R, Marggraf R, Gogichaishvili G, Hakobian S, Mikava N, Ibrahimli N, Shelia D (2012) Conservation challenges by transhumant sheep herding in the South Caucasus. Verhandl Gesellsch Ökol 42: 75

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    Schott J (2012) Ökonomie der Angst : Nordafrikanische und Westafrikanische Magie im Vergleich. Göttingen: Univ Göttingen, 41 p

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    Pavliashvili J (2012) Policy issues on sustainable agriculture and rural development in Georgia. In: Behl RK, Bona L, Pauk J, Merbach W, Veha A (eds) Crop science and technology for food security, bioenergy and sustainability. Jodhpur: Agrobios, pp 477-483

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    Pavliashvili J (2010) Land use systems and rural poverty in Georgia. In: Behl RK, Merbach W (eds) Crop science and land use for food and bioenergy. Jodhpur: Agrobios, pp 441-455

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    Pavliashvili J (2010) Policy issues on sustainable agriculture and rural development in Georgia. In: Bona L, Pauk J (eds) Book of abstracts / 3rd IFSDAA International Seminar on Crop science for food security, Bio-energy and sustainability. Szeged, p 14

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    Pavliashvili J (2009) Land use systems and rural poverty in Georgia. In: Land Resources and Land Use Options - Challenges for Food Security and Sustainable Development; 2nd International Seminar of the International Foundation for Sustainable Development in Africa and Asia (IFSDAA); July 14 - 16, 2009, Göttingen, Germany; book of abstracts. p 44

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    Glenk K, Pavliashvili J, Profeta A (2009) Preferences for rural credit systems and their impact on the implementation of credit unions in Georgia. J Rural Coop 37(1):71-86

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    Pavliashvili J (2009) Preferences for rural credit systems and their impact on the implementation of credit unions in Georgia. Göttingen: Univ Göttingen, 233 p, Göttingen, Univ, Fakultät für Agrarwissenschaften, Diss

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    Pavliashvili J (2009) Servicekooperativen - ein Modell für die georgische Landwirtschaft? Halle: IAMO, 21 p, Discussion Paper Leibniz Inst Agric Dev Central Eastern Europe

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    Pavliashvili J, Glenk K (2008) Farmers' preferences for rural credit systems in the region of Shida Kartli, Georgia. In: International Cooperative Alliance (ed) International seminar on pathways to rural economic development in transition countries : the role of agricultural cooperatives ; 5-6 september, 2008 , Yerevan, Armenia. p 1

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    Pavliashvili J (2007) Was bedeutet Globalisierung für Frauen in Afrika und Asien? Afrika Asien Rundbrief 22(2):7-16

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    Schott J (2001) Women's savings and credit co-operatives in Madagascar. Göttingen: Institut für Rurale Entwicklung, 86 p, Diskussionspapiere Inst Rurale Entwickl 34

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    Schott J (2001) Women's savings and credit co-operatives in Madagascar: impact of 'Credit with Education' on Member's Quality of Life. In: Deutscher Tropentag 2001 : conference in international agricultural research ; One World: Research for a better quality of life, October 9-11, 2001 - University of Bonn ; book of abstracts and proceedings on CD-ROM. Weikersheim: Margraf, p 256

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    Schott J (1995) Frauen in der Wirtschaft Marokkos. Bremen: Hochschule Bremen, 106 p

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