Publications

Imoberdorf, I. and Emmenegger, R. (2019) ‘Diverging Worlds of Biodiversity and Biosecurity: The Presence of Wolves in a Swiss Alpine Territory’, in Tschoffen, B. and Fenske, M. (eds) The Return of the Wild: Human Encounters with Wolves in Europe. forthcoming: Routledge, pp. 1-30.   
Emmenegger, R., Rowan, R., Zuppinger-Dingley, D., Krug, C., Parreño, A. and Korf, B. (2017) ‘Ontology and Integrative Research on Global Environmental Change: Towards a Critical GEC Science’, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. Elsevier, 29, pp. 131-137.   edoc
Emmenegger, R. (2016) ‘Urban Planning in Practice: The Contemporary Dynamics of Land Formalization in the City of Jigjiga’, in Ficquet, Éloi, Omer, A. H., and Osmond, T. (eds) Movements in Ethiopia, Ethiopia in movement : proceedings of the 18th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies. Los Angeles, CA: Tsehai Publishers & Distributors.   edoc
Emmenegger, R. (2016) ‘Decentralization and the Local Developmental State: Peasant Mobilization in Oromiya, Ethiopia’, Africa. Cambridge University Press, 86(2), pp. 263-287. doi: 10.1017/S0001972016000048.   edoc
Korf, B., Hagmann, T. and Emmenegger, R. (2015) ‘Re-spacing African drylands: territorialization, sedentarization and indigenous commodification in the Ethiopian pastoral frontier’, Journal of Peasant Studies. Routledge, 42(5), pp. 881-901.   edoc
Emmenegger, R., Hagmann, T. and Keno, S. (2013) ‘Decentralization to the Household: Expansion and Limits of State Power in Rural Oromiya’, in Abbink, J. and Hagmann, T. (eds) Reconfiguring Ethiopia: The Politics of Authoritarian Reform. London: Routledge, pp. 137-158.   edoc
Emmenegger, R. (2013) ‘Entre Pouvoir et Autorité. Propriété Urbaine et Production de l’État à Jigjiga, Éthiopie’, Politique Africaine, 132(4), pp. 115-137.   
Emmenegger, R. (2012) ‘The Roads of Decentralization: The Historical Roots of Rural Road Construction in Ethiopia’. NCCR North-South (NCCR North-South dialogue).   
Emmenegger, R., Hagmann, T. and Keno, S. (2011) ‘Decentralization to the Household: Expansion and Limits of State Power in Rural Oromiya’, Journal of Eastern African Studies, 5(4), pp. 733-754.