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Hensengerth, Oliver and Lu, Yiyi (2019) Emerging environmental multi-level governance in China? Environmental protests, public participation and local institution-building. Public Policy and Administration, 34 (2). pp. 121-143. ISSN 0952-0767

Dombrowsky, Ines and Hensengerth, Oliver (2018) Governing the Water-Energy-Food Nexus Related to Hydropower on Shared Rivers—The Role of Regional Organizations. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 6. p. 153. ISSN 2296-665X

Hensengerth, Oliver (2018) Regionalism and Identity in Mekong Hydropower Projects: The Case of the Chinese-built Lower Sesan 2 Dam in Cambodia. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 46 (3). pp. 85-118. ISSN 1868-4874

Hensengerth, Oliver (2018) South-South technology transfer: Who benefits? A case study of the Chinese-built Bui dam in Ghana. Energy Policy, 114. pp. 499-507. ISSN 0301-4215

Hensengerth, Oliver (2017) Regionalism, Identity, and Hydropower Dams: The Chinese-Built Lower Sesan 2 Dam in Cambodia. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 46 (3). ISSN 1868-1026

Hensengerth, Oliver (2015) Where Is the Power? Transnational Networks, Authority and the Dispute over the Xayaburi Dam on the Lower Mekong Mainstream. Water International, 40 (5-6). pp. 911-928. ISSN 0250-8060

Hensengerth, Oliver (2015) Global Norms in Domestic Politics: Environmental Norm Contestation in Cambodia’s Hydropower Sector. The Pacific Review, 28 (4). pp. 505-528. ISSN 0951-2748

Hensengerth, Oliver (2013) Chinese hydropower companies and environmental norms in countries of the global South: the involvement of Sinohydro in Ghana’s Bui Dam. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 15 (2). pp. 285-300. ISSN 1387-585X

Zawahri, Neda and Hensengerth, Oliver (2012) Domestic environmental activists and the governance of the Ganges and Mekong Rivers in India and China. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 12 (3). pp. 269-298. ISSN 1567-9764

Hensengerth, Oliver (2011) Violence research in Northeast and Southeast Asia: main themes and directions. International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 5 (1). pp. 55-86. ISSN 1864-1385

Hensengerth, Oliver (2009) Transboundary river cooperation and the regional public good: the case of the Mekong river. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 31 (2). pp. 326-349. ISSN 0129-797X

Hensengerth, Oliver (2008) Vietnam's security objectives in Mekong Basin governance. Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 3 (2). pp. 101-127. ISSN 1559-372X

Dosch, Jörn and Hensengerth, Oliver (2005) Sub-Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia: The Mekong Basin. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 4 (2). pp. 263-286. ISSN 1568-0584

Book Section

Hensengerth, Oliver (2017) Place Attachment and Community Resistance: Evidence from the Cheay Areng and Lower Sesan 2 Dams in Cambodia. In: Water Governance and Collective Action: Multi-scale Challenges. Earthscan Water Text Series . Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781138040540

Hensengerth, Oliver (2017) China’s Investment in African Hydropower: How to Govern the Water-Energy-Nexus? Evidence from the Bui Dam in Ghana. In: Chinese Hydropower Development in Africa and Asia: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Global Dam-Building. Routledge Explorations in Development Studies . Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, pp. 35-52. ISBN 9781138217546

Hensengerth, Oliver (2017) Water Governance in the Mekong Basin: Scalar Tradeoffs, Transnational Norms and Chinese Hydropower Investment. In: Chinese Encounters in Southeast Asia: How People, Money, and Ideas from China Are Changing a Region. University of Washington Press, Seattle. ISBN 9780295999296

Hensengerth, Oliver (2015) Multi-level governance of hydropower in China? The problem of transplanting a Western concept into the Chinese governance context. In: Multi-level governance: The missing linkages. Critical Perspectives on International Public Sector Management . Emerald, Bingley, pp. 295-320. ISBN 978-1-78441-874-8

Hensengerth, Oliver (2014) Between Local and Global Norms: Hydropower Policy Reform in China. In: Evolution of dam policies. Springer, London, pp. 55-93. ISBN 978-3-642-23402-6

Hensengerth, Oliver (2014) Hydropower planning in informal institutional settings: Chinese institutions and the failure of environmental and social regulation in Cambodia. In: Evolution of Dam Policies: evidence from the big hydropower states. Springer, London, pp. 273-306. ISBN 9783642234026

Hensengerth, Oliver (2009) China's search for energy in Africa: perceptions and policies. In: Power Politics: energy, security, human rights and transatlantic relations. Center for Transatlantic Relations, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C., USA, pp. 37-53. ISBN 978-0980187120

Report

Hensengerth, Oliver, Dombrowski, Ines and Scheumann, Waltina (2012) Benefit-sharing on dams on shared rivers. Discussion Paper. German Development Institute, Bonn.

Hensengerth, Oliver (2011) Interaction of Chinese institutions with host governments in dam construction: The Bui Dam in Ghana. Discussion Paper. German Development Institute.

Hensengerth, Oliver (2010) Sustainable Dam development in China between global norms and local practices. Discussion Paper. German Development Institute.

Hensengerth, Oliver (2008) Social and Political Fractures after Wars: The Role of Youth Violence in post-1993 Cambodia. Working Paper. University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg and Essen.

Hensengerth, Oliver (2008) Transitions of Cambodia: War and Peace, 1954 to the present. Working Paper. University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg and Essen.

Book

Scheumann, Waltina and Hensengerth, Oliver (2014) Evolution of Dam Policies: evidence from the big hydropower states. Springer, London. ISBN 9783642234026

Hensengerth, Oliver (2010) Regionalism in China-Vietnam relations: institution-building in the Greater Mekong subregion. Routledge Contemporary Asia Series . Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415551434

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