SUPPORTED DISSERTATIONS
DR. HERMANN EISELEN PH.D. PROGRAM
IN ASIA

A total of 34 dissertations were supported in Asia.

For field research in Afghanistan a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Akhtar, Fazlullah, Water availability and demand analysis in the Kabul River Basin, Afghanistan, 2017 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Bangladesh a total of 3 dissertations were supported:

  • Abu Hayat Md. Saiful Islam, Impact of Technological Innovation on the Poor. Integrated Aquaculture-Agriculture in Bangladesh, 2015 Summary as View-PDF
  • Hasan, Mohammad Monirul, Investment in health within the agriculture, water, sanitation and hygiene nexus for rural households in Bangladesh, 2018 Summary as View-PDF
  • Rakib, Muntaha, Gender-differentiated asset dynamics in Bangladesh: Individual adaptation and the potential for group based approaches in the context of climate change, 2015 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Bhutan a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

For field research in Cambodia a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Sophoanrith Ro, Potential of organic manures in rainfed lowland rice-based production systems on sandy soils of Cambodia, 2016 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in China a total of 5 dissertations were supported:

  • Haoran Yang, Land Rental Market and Rural Economic Development: Evidence from Rural Chongqing, China, 2015 Summary as View-PDF
  • Jiaxin Tan, Industrial water pollution in the Yellow River Delta of China: a communication interface approach, 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Jin Zhang, Crop management options to reduce nitrogen pollution in Liangzihu lake basin, Central China, 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Qiu Chen, Biomass Energy Economics and Rural Livelihoods in Sichuan, China, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Yi Zhang, Impacts of Rural-urban Migration on Demographic Transition, Human Capital Investment and Agricultural Productivity in China’s Rural Areas, 2015 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in India a total of 6 dissertations were supported:

  • Falkenberg, Timo, Wastewater-Irrigated Urban Agriculture in the Context of WASH in Ahmedabad, India, 2016 Summary as View-PDF
  • Kamanda, Josey Ondieki, Activating institutional innovations for hunger and poverty reduction: Potential of applied international agricultural research, 2015 Summary as View-PDF
  • Ludwig, Till, Consumption Choices. The effects of food production, markets and preferences on diets in India, 2019 Summary as View-PDF
  • Navneet Kumar, Impacts of Climate Change and Land-use Change on the Water Resources of the Upper Kharun Catchment, Chhattisgarh, India, 2014 Summary as View-PDF
  • Singh, Ruchika, Actors’, Ideas and Ideational Realm in Irrigation Management: The Case of Decentralization in Madhya Pradesh, India, 2014 Summary as View-PDF
  • Swaminathan, Divya Rajeswari, Agricultural transformation and indigenous communities - A case study of the Soliga Communities in the montane forests, Southern India, 2016 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Indonesia a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Jati, Ignasius Radix Astadi Praptono, Improving the consumption pattern, dietary assessment tool, and food quality: An integrated approaches to enhance nutrition security in Indonesia, 2013 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Iran a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Lashkari-Bod, Abdullah, Functional larval-parasitoid biodiversity in apple orchards as benchmark for management intensity and potential instrument for ecological amelioration of Iranian apple production, 2019 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Kazakhstan a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Maksud Bahodirovich Bekchanov, Efficient water allocation and water conservation policy modeling in the Aral Sea Basin, 2014 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Kyrgyzstan a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Kim, Elena, International Development and Research in Central Asia - Exploring the Knowledge-based Social Organization of Gender , 2014 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Nepal a total of 2 dissertations were supported:

  • Adhikari, Narayan Prasad, Spatial variation of biomass energy supply and demand in rural Nepal, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Shrestha, Shova , Food habits and nutrition security in West Africa. Practices from Southwestern Burkina Faso, 2020 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Palestine a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Eshtawi, Tamer, Integrated hydrologic modeling as a key for sustainable development planning of urban water resources in the semi-arid watersheds of the Gaza Strip, 2015 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in the Philippines a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Santos Matias, Denise Margaret, Sustainability of community forestry enterprises: indigenous wild honey gathering in the UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve Palawan, Philippines, 2018 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Sri Lanka a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Siriwardane-de Zoysa, Rapti, Sambandam: Cooperation, Contestation, and Coastal Lifeworlds in Postwar Sri Lanka, 2015 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Tajikistan a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Mandler, Andreas, Agricultural Expertise and Knowledge Practices among Individualized Farm Households in Tajikistan, 2019 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Thailand a total of 2 dissertations were supported:

  • Udomkun, Patchimaporn, Increasing nutritional value of papaya (Carica papaya L.) by optimizing pretreatment and drying parameters, 2015 Summary as View-PDF
  • Narjes, Manuel Ernesto, Theoretical analysis and preference modelling for the valuation of ecosystem services from native pollinators in selected Thai rural communities , 2018 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Uzbekistan a total of 5 dissertations were supported:

  • Cho, Minjung, Institutional Assessment of Health Research Capacity in Uzbekistan, 2018 Summary as View-PDF
  • Djanibekov, Utkur, Trees, crops, and rural livelihoods: Afforestation of marginal croplands in Uzbekistan, 2013 Summary as View-PDF
  • Ergashev, Alisher, Analysis of fuit and vegetable supply, demand, diet quality and nutrition in Uzbekistan, 2017 Summary as View-PDF
  • Kim, Elena, International Development and Research in Central Asia - Exploring the Knowledge-based Social Organization of Gender , 2014 Summary as View-PDF
  • Schachtsiek, Tilman, Exploring the potential of multipurpose tree species for revegetating abandoned cropping sites in the lower Amu Darya Basin, 2015 Summary as View-PDF

For field research in Vietnam a total of 1 dissertation was supported:

  • Manasboonphempool, Areeya, A microeconomic analysis of household forest plantation in the northern uplands of Vietnam: Contributions to payments for environmental services policy, 2014 Summary as View-PDF