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2016

Haller, Tobias; Acciaioli, Gregory; Rist, Stephan (2016). Constitutionality: Conditions for Crafting Local Ownership of Institution-Building Processes. Society & Natural Resources, 29(1), pp. 68-87. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/08941920.2015.1041661

Wartmann, F.; Haller, Tobias; Backhaus, N. (2016). 'Institutional Shopping' for Natural Resource Management in a Protected Area and Indigenous Territory in the Bolivian Amazon. Human organization, 75(3), pp. 218-229. Society for Applied Anthropology 10.17730/1938-3525-75.3.218

Haller, Tobias; Van, Dijk (2016). Conflicts, security and marginalization: Institutional change of the pastoral commons in a 'glocal' World. in special issue 'The future of pastoralism' Jakob Zinsstag, Esther Schelling and Bassirou Bonfoh (In Press). Scientific and Technical Review, 35(2) World Organisation for Animal Health

Bikketi, Edward; Ifejika Speranza, Chinwe; Bieri, Sabin; Haller, Tobias; Wiesmann, Urs (2016). Gendered division of labour and feminisation of responsibilities in Kenya; Implications for development interventions. Gender, Place and Culture, 23(10), pp. 1432-1449. Routledge 10.1080/0966369X.2016.1204996

Rist, Stephan; Golay, Christophe; Bürgi Bonanomi, Elisabeth; Delgado Burgoa, Freddy; Kiteme, Boniface P.; Haller, Tobias; Ifejika, Chinwe (2016). Towards food sustainability: Reshaping the coexistence of different food systems in South America and Africa. Working paper No 1: Project description Bern, Switzerland: R4d programme and Centre for Development and Environment (CDE), University of Bern

Haller, Tobias; Rist, Stephan (2016). Why Switzerland and Europe? Welcome Adress at the IASC European conference in Bern. Commons Digest(20), pp. 1-5. International Association for the Study of the Commons

2015

Landolt, Gabriela; Haller, Tobias (2015). Alpine Common Property Institutions under Change: Conditions for Successful and Unsuccessful Collective Action by Alpine Farmers in the Canton of Grisons, Switzerland. Human organization, 74(1), pp. 100-111. Society for Applied Anthropology

Haller, Tobias (2015). Climate change impacts, institutional resilience and livelihoods vulnerability: A comparative analysis of climate change and adaptation strategies in Asia, Africa and Latin America. In: Rosendhal, Judith; Zanella, Matheus A.; Weigelt, Jes (eds.) Pro-poor Resource Governance under Changing Climates - Addressing vulnerabilities in rural Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Ecuador and India (pp. 160-181). Potsdam: IASS

2014

Haller, Tobias (October 2014). Managing the Commons with Floods: The role of institutions and power relations for water governance and food resilience in African Floodplains (Unpublished). In: Water and Food – Africa in a Global Context: Workshop paper presented at the Nordic Africa Institute. Uppsala. 23.-24.10.2014.

Haller, Tobias (September 2014). Land Acquisitions, Common Pool Resources and Common Property Institutions: Some Theoretical Reflexions in Anthropology. Panel The Political Economy of Large Scale Land Acquisitions I: Institutional Diagnostics (Unpublished). In: 8th conference of the European Commission on Political Research. Glasgow. 03.-06.09.2014.

Haller, Tobias; Nyikahadzoi, Kefasi; Mhlanga, Lindah; Hara, Mafaniso (2014). Defragmenting natural resources management within the Lake Kariba environs. In: Nyikahadzoi, Kefasi; Mhlanga, Lindah; Haller, Tobias (eds.) Fragmentation of Natural Resources Management. Experiences from Lake Kariba. Defragmenting African Resource Management: Vol. 2 (pp. 163-176). Wien: LIT Verlag

Haller, Tobias; Mafaniso, Hara (eds.) (2014). Defragmenting African Resource Management (DARMA) Series, 2014. LIT Verlag

Haller, Tobias (2014). Making Businesses in the Open: Coping with Economic and Institutional Risk and Insecurity in the Kafue Flats, Zambia. Journal des Africanistes, 80(1), pp. 60-79. Société des Africanistes

Haller, Tobias (2014). Making business in the open: coping with economic and institutional risk and insecurity in the Kafue flats, Zambia. Journal des Africanistes, 84(1), pp. 60-79. Société des Africanistes

Haller, Tobias; Mhlanga, Lindah; Nyikahodozi, Kefasi (eds.) (2014). Fragmentation of Natural Resources Management: Experiences from Lake Kariba. Defragmenting African Resource Management (DARMA): Vol. 2. Berlin/Münster/Zürich/London: LIT Verlag

2013

Haller, Tobias; Fokou, Gilbert; Mbeyale, Gimbage; Meroka, Patrick (2013). How fit turns into misfit and back: institutional transformations of pastoral commons in African floodplains. Ecology and Society, 18(1), pp. 1-16. Resilience Alliance Publications 10.5751/ES-05510-180134

Mhando, David; Haller, Tobias; Mbeyale, Gimbage; Ludi, Eva (2013). Adaptation to Changes in the Coffee Value Chain and the Price of Coiffee among Coffee Producers in Two Villages in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. African Study Monographs, 34(1), pp. 27-56. Center for African Area Studies

Haller, Tobias (2013). The Contested Floodplain. Institutional Change of the Commons in the Kafue Flats, Zambia. Lanham USA: Lexington (Rowman & Littlefield)

Haller, Tobias; Merten, Sonja (2013). Losing the commons – fighting with magic: Institutional Change, Fortress Conservation and Livelihood Strategies of the Batwa, Kafue Flats Floodplain, Zambia. In: Cliggett, Lisa; Bond, Virginia (eds.) Tonga Timeline. Appraising Sixty Years of Multidisciplinary Research in Zambia and Zimbabwe (pp. 207-238). Lusaka/Oxford: Limbani Trust /ABC books

2012

Haller, Tobias (2012). We are Ila – we do not plant rice! Institutionelle Landrechte, Wandel und Rituale der Legitimation in den Kafue Flats, Sambia. In: Hangartner, Judith; Hostettler, Ueli; Sieber Egger, Anja; Wehrli, Angelica (eds.) Alltag und Ritual: Statusübergänge und Ritualisierungen in sozialen und politischen Feldern. Sozialer Zusammenhalt und kultureller Pluralismus (pp. 275-293). Zürich: Seismo

Haller, Tobias; Acciaioli, Gregory; Rist, Stephan (2012). Constitutionality: Emic Perceptions of Bottom-up Institution Building Processes (Unpublished). In: Conference: Design and Dynamics of Institutions for Collective Action 2nd Thematic Conference of the IASC (International Association for the Study of the Commons). Utrecht University. 29/11-1/12/2012.

Haller, Tobias (2012). Pulling Down Fences, Crafting New Rules: Resource Governance, Resistance and Opportunities in Zambia’s Kafue Flats (Unpublished). In: 3rd International Conference on Research for Development (ICRD 2012) Research for Global Transformation. Bern, Switzerland. 20 - 22 August 2012.

Haller, Tobias (2012). Presentation on Panel Land Rights and Citizenship. Between open access, privatisation and collective action: A comparative analysis of institutional change governing use of commonpool resources in African floodplains (Unpublished). In: Schweizerische Tage der Afrikaforschung – Journées suisses d'études africaines – Swiss Researching Africa Days, Annual Conference of the Swiss Society for African Studies (SGAS). Bern. 19-20 October 2012.

Haller, Tobias (2012). Management of complex commons (Unpublished). In: Jahrestagung der Schweiz. Ethnologischen Gesellschaft - Colloque Annuel de la Société Suisse d'Ethnologie. Luzern. 2.-3.11.2011.

2011

Haller, Tobias (2011). Making Businesses in the Open: Coping with Economic and Institutional Risk and Insecurity in the Kafue Flats, Zambia. Ethnologie in der Schweiz heute. SEG Jahrestagung - Colloque annuel de la SEE - Annual meeting of SEG/SSE - 12/13.11.2010. Panel 'Making A Future': Coping With Risk And Uncertainty, Negotiating Solidarity And Individuality In Contemporary Africa And Beyond, organized by Jan Patrick Heiss and Michaela Pelican, University of Zurich, University of Berne, 13.11.2010.

Haller, Tobias; Galvin, Marc (2011). Challenges for Participatory Conservation in Times of Global Change: Lessons from a Comparative Analysis and New Developments. In: Wiesmann, Urs Martin; Hurni, Hans (eds.) Research for Sustainable Development. Foundations, Experiences, and Perspectives. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research NCCR North-South University of Bern: Vol. 6 (pp. 467-503). Bern: Geographica Bernensia

Ludi, Eva; Amsalu, Aklilu; Chiuri, Wanjiku; Haller, Tobias; Mbeyale, Gimbage; Mhando, David (2011). Sustainable Livelihoods for Coffee Producers in East Africa: Is Producing Speciality Coffee a Way Out of Poverty? In: Wiesmann, Urs Martin; Hurni, Hans (eds.) Research for Sustainable Development. Foundations, Experiences, and Perspectives. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research NCCR North-South University of Bern: Vol. 6 (pp. 505-524). Bern: Geographica Bernensia

Haller, Tobias (2011). Winners and losers of the participatory approach in protected area management: Lessons from a comparative research project. Nature TM Inc? Questioning the Market Panacea in Environmental Policy and Conservation, International Institute of Social Studies Den Hague, 30.6.-2.7.2011.

Haller, Tobias (2011). Einführung: Peasant-Studies und Schweizer Bauern aus sozialanthropologischer Perspektive. Panel: Strukturanpassung, institutioneller Wandel und bäuerliche Strategien der Ressourcennutzung in der Schweiz, SEG-Konferenz, Universität Zürich, 25.-26.11.2011.

2010

Haller, Tobias (ed.) (2010). Disputing the Floodplains: Institutional Change and the Politics of Resource Management in African Floodplains. African Social Studies Series: Vol. 22. Leiden, Boston: Brill

Haller, Tobias (2010). Institutional Change, Power and Conflicts in the Management of Common-Pool Resources in African Floodplain Ecosystems: An Introduction. In: Haller, Tobias (ed.) Disputing the Floodplains: Institutional Change and the Politics of Resource Management in African Floodplains. African Social Studies Series: Vol. 22 (pp. 1-75). Leiden, Boston: Brill

Haller, Tobias; Merten, Sonja (2010). "We had cattle and did not fish and hunt anyhow!" Institutional Change and Contested Commons in the Kafue Flats Floodplain (Zambia). In: Haller, Tobias (ed.) Disputing the Floodplains: Institutional Change and the Politics of Resource Management in African Floodplains. African Social Studies Series: Vol. 22 (pp. 301-359). Leiden, Boston: Brill

Haller, Tobias (2010). Between Open Access, Privatisation and Collective Action: A Comparative Analysis of Institutional Change Governing Use of Common-Pool Resources in African Floodplains. In: Haller, Tobias (ed.) Disputing the Floodplains: Institutional Change and the Politics of Resource Management in African Floodplains. African Social Studies Series: Vol. 22 (pp. 413-443). Leiden, Boston: Brill

Haller, Tobias (2010). Common pool resources, legal pluralism and governance from a new institutionalist perspective: lessons from the African Floodplain Wetlands Research Project (AFWeP). In: Eguavoen, Irit; Laube, Wolfram (eds.) Negotiating local governance. Natural resource management at the interface of communities and the state (pp. 137-180). Berlin: LIT

Haller, Tobias (2010). Disputing the Floodplains: Institutional Change, Common-Pool Resource Management and Conflicts in Africa Wetlands. African Diaspora and Diasporas in Africa - African Studies Association 53th annual meeting, The Westin St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco, California, 20.11.2010.

Harry Nixon, Chabwela; Haller, Tobias (2010). Governance issues, potentials and failures of participative collective action in the Kafue Flats, Zambia. International journal of the commons, 4(2), pp. 621-642. Utrecht: Igitur

2009

Haller, Tobias; Chabwela, Harry N. (2009). Managing common pool resources in the Kafue Flats, Zambia: from common property to open access and privatisation. Development Southern Africa, 26(4), pp. 555-567. Colchester: Routledge 10.1080/03768350903181340

DeMotts, Rachel; Haller, Tobias; Hoon, Parakh; Saum, Roland (2009). Dynamics of common pool resource management in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Development Southern Africa, 26(4), pp. 569-583. Colchester: Routledge 10.1080/03768350903181357

Mvula, Peter Mathias; Haller, Tobias (2009). Common pool resource management in Lake Chilwa, Malawi: a wetland under pressure. Development Southern Africa, 26(4), pp. 539-553. Colchester: Routledge 10.1080/03768350903181332

Hara, Mafaniso; Turner, Stephen; Haller, Tobias; Matose, Frank (2009). Governance of the commons in southern Africa: knowledge, political economy and power. Development Southern Africa, 26(4), pp. 521-537. Colchester: Routledge 10.1080/03768350903181324

Merten, Sonja; Haller, Tobias (2009). Whose Logic? The Local Redistribution of Food Aid Targeting Old and Chronically Sick People in Zambia. Human organization, 68(1), pp. 89-102. Washington, D.C.: Society for Applied Anthropology

Haller, Tobias (2009). Fish and Game on the Road in the Kafue Flats, Zambia: Linking the rural commons with the city, University of Basel, Institut for Ethnology, 18.11.2009.

2008

Boillat, Sébastien; Rist, Stephan; Serrano, Elvira; Ponce, Dora; Delgadillo, Jaime (2008). Struggling "Ontological Communities": The Transformation of Conservationists' and Peasants' Discourses in the Tunari National Park, Bolivia. In: Galvin, Marc; Haller, Tobias (eds.) People, Protected Areas and Global Change: Participatory Conservation in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Perspectives of the NCCR North-South (pp. 37-80). Bern: Geographica Bernensia

Rist, Stephan; Haller, Tobias; Alvarez, Alex; Gilbert, Fokou (2008). Inspirations: Modernities and Selling Development. In: International Conference on Research for Development (ICRD 2008). Pre-conference Proceedings University of Bern, Switzerland, 2-4 July 2008. NCCR North-South Dialogue: Vol. 21 (p. 87). Bern: CDE / NCCR North-South

Galvin, Marc; Haller, Tobias (eds.) (2008). People, Protected Areas and Global Change. Participatory conservation in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research NCCR North-South University of Bern: Vol. 3. Bern: Geographica Bernensia

Haller, Tobias; Galvin, Marc (2008). Introduction: The Problem of Participatory Conservation. In: Galvin, Marc; Haller, Tobias (eds.) People, Protected Areas and Global Change. Participatory conservation in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research NCCR North-South University of Bern: Vol. 3 (pp. 13-34). Bern: Geographica Bernensia

Meroka, Patrick; Haller, Tobias (2008). Government Wildlife, Unfulfilled Promises and Business: Lessons from Participatory Conservation in the Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania. In: Galvin, Marc; Haller, Tobias (eds.) People, Protected Areas and Global Change. Participatory conservation in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research NCCR North-South University of Bern: Vol. 3 (pp. 177-219). Bern: Geographica Bernensia

Fokou, Gilbert; Haller, Tobias (2008). Are Local Stakeholders conservationists? Livelihood Insecurity and Participatory Management of Waza National Park, North Cameroon. In: Galvin, Marc; Haller, Tobias (eds.) People, Protected Areas and Global Change. Participatory conservation in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research NCCR North-South University of Bern: Vol. 3 (pp. 325-360). Bern: Geographica Bernensia

Haller, Tobias; Galvin, Marc (2008). Participation, Ideologies and Strategies: A Comparative New Institutionalist Analysis of Community Conservation. In: Galvin, Marc; Haller, Tobias (eds.) People, Protected Areas and Global Change. Participatory conservation in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Perspectives of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research NCCR North-South University of Bern: Vol. 3 (pp. 507-550). Bern: Geographica Bernensia

Haller, Tobias; Merten, Sonja (2008). We are Zambians - Don’t Tell Us How to Fish!" Institutional Change, Power Relations and Conflicts in the Kafue Flats Fisheries in Zambia. Human ecology, 36(5), pp. 699-715. New-York, NY: Springer 10.1007/s10745-008-9191-4

Haller, Tobias; Galvin, Marc; Meroka, Patrick; Alca, Jamil; Alvarez, Alex (2008). Who Gains From Community Conservation? Intended and Unintended Costs and Benefits of Participative Approaches in Peru and Tanzania. Journal of environment & development, 17(2), pp. 118-144. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Periodicals Press 10.1177/1070496508316853

Shahbaz, Babar; Mbeyale, Gimbage; Haller, Tobias (2008). Trees, trust and the state: A comparison of participatory forest management in Pakistan and Tanzania. Journal of international development, 20(5), pp. 641-653. Chichester: Wiley 10.1002/jid.1444

Merten, Sonja; Haller, Tobias (2008). Property rights, food security and child growth: Dynamics of insecurity in the Kafue Flats of Zambia. Food policy, 33(5), pp. 434-443. Amsterdam: Elsevier 10.1016/j.foodpol.2008.01.004

2007

Haller, Tobias; Blöchlinger, Annja; John, Markus; Marthaler, Esther; Ziegler, Sabine (eds.) (2007). Fossil Resources, Indigenous Peoples and Oil Companies. Strategies of multinational oil companies, states, and ethnic minorities. Impact on environment, livelihoods and cultural change. Action anthropology: Vol. 1. Wien: LIT

Haller, Tobias; Merten, Sonja (2007). Culture, changing livelihoods, and HIV/AIDS discourse: Reframing the institutionalization of fish-for-sex exchange in the Zambian Kafue Flats. Culture, health & sexuality, 10(1), pp. 69-83. Taylor & Francis

Haller, Tobias (2007). Understanding Institutions and Their Links to Resource Management from the Perspective of New Institutionalism (NCCR North-South Dialogue 2). NCCR North-South, Bern

Haller, Tobias (2007). Is there a culture of sustainability? What social and cultural anthropology has to offer 15 years after Rio. In: Burger, P.; Kaufmann- Hayoz, R. (eds.) 15 Jahre nach Rio – Der Nachhaltigkeitsdiskurs in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften: Perspektiven – Leistungen – Defizite. (pp. 329-356). Bern: Schweizerische Akademie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften SAGW

2006

Haller, Tobias; Merten, Sonja (2006). „No capital needed!“ De facto open access to Common Pool Resources, Poverty and Conservation in the Kafue Flats, Zambia. Policy Matters; newsletter of the IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy, 14, pp. 103-113. IUCN

2005

Haller, Tobias; Merten, Sonja (2005). Polygamy and Livestock: Security during the 2002 Drought in an Ila chiefdom in Zambia. In: Mayor, Anne; Roth, Claudia; Droz, Yvan (eds.) Soziale Sicherheit und Entwicklung / Sécurité Sociale et Développement. Schweizerische Afrikastudien - Etudes africaines suisses: Vol. 5 (pp. 69-90). Münster: Lit Verlag

2004

Haller, Tobias; Fokou, Gilbert; Zinsstag, Jakob (2004). A la recherche des déterminants institutionnels pour le bien-être des populations sédentaires et nomades dans la plaine du Waza-Logone de la frontière camerounaise et tchadienne. Médecine tropicale : revue française de pathologie et de santé publique tropicales, 64, pp. 474-478.

2003

Haller, Tobias (2003). Rules which pay are going to stay: Indigenous institutions, sustainable resource use and land tenure among the Ouldeme and Platha, Mandara Mountains, Northern Cameroon. In: Le Meur, P.-Y.; Lund, C. (eds.) Gouvernance foncière au quotidien en Afrique / Everyday Governance of Land in Africa. APAD- Bulletin: Vol. 22 (pp. 117-134). Münster: Lit Verlag

2002

Haller, Tobias (2002). Common Property Resource Management, Institutional Change and Conflicts in African Floodplain Wetlands: Presentation of a research project and reflections on institutional change and conflicts. The African Anthropologist, 9(1), pp. 25-35. 10.4314/aa.v9i1.23068

Haller, Tobias (2002). Spiel gegen Risiken in der ‘Natur’. In: Giordano, Christian; Boscoboinik, Andrea (eds.) Constructing Risk, Threat, Catastrophe. Anthropological Perspectives. Studia Ethnographica Friburgensia: Vol. 27 (pp. 53-68). University Press Freiburg

2001

Haller, Tobias (2001). Leere Speicher, erodierte Felder und das Bier der Frauen. Umweltanpassung und Krise bei den Ouldeme und Platha in den Mandarabergen Nord-Kameruns. Studien zur Sozialanthropologie. Berlin: Reimer Verlag

1999

Haller, Tobias (1999). Bodendegradierung und Ernährungskrise bei den Ouldeme und Platha. Umwelt- und Ernährungsprobleme bei zwei Feldbauerngruppen in den Mandarabergen Nord- Kameruns: Eine Folge der Adaptation an Monetarisierung und Wandel traditioneller institutioneller Rahmenbedingungen. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, 124(2), pp. 335-354. Reimer

Haller, Tobias (1999). Migration, Bierproduktion und Umweltkrise: Anpassungsstrategien an die monetäre Umwelt in den Mandarabergen Nord-Kameruns. In: Roost-Vischer, Lilo; Mayor, Anne; Henrichsen, Dag (eds.) Brücken und Grenzen/Passage et frontières. Le forum suisse des africanistes: Vol. 2 (pp. 116-135). Münster: Lit Verlag

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