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- Dietz, K., Akram-Lodhi, H., Engels, B. & McKay, B. (Eds.) (2021). The Edgar Elgar Handbook on critical agrarian studies. Edward Elgar.
- Dietz, K., Engels, B., Pye, O. & Brunnengräber, A. (Eds.) (2015). The Political Ecology of Agrofuels. Routledge.
- Dietz, K. & Engels, B. (Eds.) (2017). Contested Extractivsm, Society and the State: Struggles over Mining and Land. Palgrave-Macmillan.
- Dietz, Kristina; Burchardt, Hans-Jürgen; Warnecke-Berger, Hannes (2021): Dependency, Rent, and the Failure of Neo-Extractivism, in Madariaga, Aldo; Palestini, Stefano (eds.): Dependent Capitalisms in Contemporary Latin America and Europe, Cham: palgrave macmillan, 207-229. [Flyer]
- Dietz, K. (2018). Researching Inequalities from a Socio-ecological Perspective. In Jelin, E., Motta, R. & Costa, S. (Eds.), Global Entangled Inequalities (76–92). Routledge.
- Dietz, K. & Engels, B. (2020).Analysing land conflicts in times of global crises. Geoforum, 111, 208–217.
- Dietz, K. (2019). Contesting claims for democracy: The role of narratives in conflicts over resource extraction. The Extractive Industries and Society, 6(2),510–518.
- Dietz, K. (2019). Direct democracy in mining conflicts in Latin America: mobilising against the La Colosa project in Colombia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies / Revue canadienne d’études du développement, 40(2), 145–162.
- Dietz, K. & Engels, B. (2018). Structural Transformation in the Countryside. Review of African Political Economy/ROAPE Online, May 2018. Online.
- Dietz, K. & Emgels, B. (2017). Contested extractivism: actors and strategies in conflicts over mining. DIE ERDE,148 (2-3), 111–120.
- Dietz, K. & Burchardt, H.-J. (2014). (Neo-)Extractivism: A New Challenge for Development Theory from Latin America. Third World Quarterly, 35(3), 468–486.
Conflicts over land in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa in times of global transformation,
together with Prof. Bettina Engels, Freie Universität Berlin. Duration: 2014-2019.
“Global change – local conflicts? Land conflicts in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa in the context of interdependent transformation processes” (GLOCON) is a Junior Research Group working on the correlation between global change and local conflicts over land. The research project explores how global spatial-temporal transformation processes affect local land conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. Its focus lies furthermore on the analysis of systematic similarities and differences between those regions. GLOCON analyses and compares conflicts over land in a range of sub-Saharan and Latin American countries.
Between dead end and energy transition: A social-ecological multilevel analysis of transnational biofuel policies,
Freie Universität Berlin. Duration: 2009-2013.
What are the socioeconomic impacts of biofuel production? To what extent can these fuels be produced and used in a socially and environmentally compatible way? Do they make an indispensable contribution to the energy transition or do they instead lead to a dead end? These questions are to be solved by Fair Fuels?, a junior research group funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).