Benjamin Schraven
Benjamin Schraven
Analyst; Associate Fellow of the German Institute of Development and Sustainability & Center for
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Smallholder adaptation to climate change: dynamics and limits in Northern Ghana
W Laube, B Schraven, M Awo
Climatic change 111 (3), 753-774, 2012
Human migration in the era of climate change
C Cattaneo, M Beine, CJ Fröhlich, D Kniveton, I Martinez-Zarzoso, ...
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 2020
Time matters: shifting seasonal migration in Northern Ghana in response to rainfall variability and food insecurity
C Rademacher-Schulz, B Schraven, ES Mahama
Climate and Development 6 (1), 46-52, 2014
Human mobility in response to rainfall variability: opportunities for migration as a successful adaptation strategy in eight case studies
T Afifi, A Milan, B Etzold, B Schraven, C Rademacher-Schulz, ...
Migration and Development 5 (2), 254-274, 2016
Erratic Rains and Erratic Markets: Environmental change, economic globalisation and the expansion of shallow groundwater irrigation in West Africa
W Laube, M Awo, B Schraven
ZEF Working Paper Series, 2008
Irrigate or migrate?: local livelihood adaptation in Northern Ghana in response to ecological changes and economic challenges
B Schraven
Bonn, Univ., Diss., 2010, 2010
Constructing epistemic landscapes: Methods of GIS-based mapping
HD Evers, S Genschick, B Schraven
ZEF Working Paper Series, 2009
Regional migration governance in Africa and beyond: a framework of analysis
E Dick, B Schraven
Discussion Paper, 2018
Drought, migration, and conflict in sub-Saharan Africa: what are the links and policy options?
S Adaawen, C Rademacher-Schulz, B Schraven, N Segadlo
Current directions in water scarcity research 2, 15-31, 2019
Migration, risk management and climate change: evidence and policy responses
A Milan, B Schraven, K Warner, N Cascone
Springer International Publishing, 2016
Doctoral degrees for capacity development: Results from a survey among African BiGS-DR alumni
B Schraven, I Eguavoen, G Manske
ZEF Working Paper Series, 2009
Migration due to the tsunami in Sri Lanka: analyzing vulnerability and migration at the household level
U Grote, S Engel, B Schraven
ZEF Discussion Papers on Development Policy, 2006
Restructuring land allocation, water use and agricultural value chains: Technologies, policies and practices for the lower Amudarya region
B Tischbein, AK Hornidge, D Djumaeva, S Subramanian, A Bhaduri, ...
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015
Shifting rainfalls, shifting livelihoods: Seasonal migration, food security and social inequality in Northern Ghana
B Schraven, C Rademacher-Schulz
Environmental Migration and Social Inequality, 43-56, 2016
Irrigate or migrate?
B Schraven
Universitäts-und Landesbibliothek Bonn, 2010
The COVID-19 pandemic and structural transformation in Africa: Evidence for action
J Leininger, C Strupat, YA Adeto, A Shimeles, W Wasike, M Aleksandrova, ...
Discussion Paper, 2021
More development-more migration? The" migration hump" and its significance for development policy co-operation with sub-Saharan Africa
C Martin-Shields, B Schraven, S Angenendt
Briefing Paper, 2017
Regional cooperation on migration and mobility: Experiences from two African regions
E Dick, B Schraven
The dynamics of regional migration governance, 109-127, 2019
Time matters: shifting seasonal migration in Northern Ghana in response to rainfall variability and food insecurity. Clim Dev 6: 46–52
C Rademacher-Schulz, B Schraven, ES Mahama
The Ambiguous Representation of the Savannah Landscape and Its New Political Relevance in Ghana
I Eguavoen, B Schraven
Rural development in Northern Ghana, 207-223, 2013
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