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Prof. Dr. Sabrina Habich-Sobiegalla

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Ostasiatisches Seminar / Institut für Chinastudien

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Adresse
Fabeckstr.23-25
Raum 1.1108
14195
E-Mail
Sabrina.Habich-Sobiegalla[at]fu-berlin.de

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Curriculum Vita

Since 7/2019

Adjunct Professor at Otto-Suhr Institute of Political Science, Freie Universität Berlin

Since 2017

Assistant Professor for State and Society of Modern China, Seminar of East Asian Studies, Sinology – China Studies, Freie Universität Berlin

2016-2017

Postdoctoral Fellow (tenure-track), Department of East Asian Studies, Sinology, University of Vienna

2013-2016

Lecturer, Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, Department of Chinese and Korean Studies, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen

2014-2016

Research Fellow, ‘Governance in China’ competence network,

Department of Chinese and Korean Studies, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen

2012-2013

Visiting Junior Research Fellow, Institute of Political Science,
Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

2012

Teaching assistant, National Chengchi University

2011-2012

Research Assistant at the Center for China Studies,
National Chengchi University

2010-2011

Research Assistant at the Center for Chinese Social and Regional Development, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University

2010-2012

Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations, Taipei
(Taiwan)

2008-2009

Research and Teaching Assistant at the Department of Chinese Studies – Institute for Cultural Studies, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg, Germany

Educational history

2013

Ph.D. (National Chengchi University)

2003

M.A. in Sinology, Business Administration, and Political Science, University of Würzburg

Research Interests:

  • China’s social and economic development,
  • water and resource governance,
  • renewable energies,
  • development-induced displacement
  • central-local relations with a focus on China

Current Research Projects

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Habich-Sobiegalla, S., Rousseau, J.-F. (2020). Responsibility to choose: Governmentality in China’s participatory dam resettlement processes, World Development, 135:105090, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2020.105090

Tseng, S.-W., Habich-Sobiegalla, S. (2019): Piloting away – State-signaling and overcapacity in China’s renewable energy sector, Journal of Contemporary China, https://doi.org/10.1080/10670564.2019.1645490

Habich-Sobiegalla, S., Kostka, G., and Anzinger, N. (2019): Citizens’ Electric Vehicle Purchase Intentions in China: An Analysis of Micro-level and Macro-level Factors, Transport Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2019.05.008

Habich-Sobiegalla, S. (2018): How do Central Control Mechanisms Impact Local Water Governance in China? The Case of Yunnan Province, The China Quarterly, DOI10.1017/S0305741018000450

Habich-Sobiegalla, S., Kostka, G., and Anzinger, N. (2018): Electric vehicle purchase intentions of Chinese, Russian and Brazilian citizens: An international comparative study, Journal of Cleaner Production, 205, 188-200, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.08.318

Habich-Sobiegalla, S., Fleischauer, S. (2017): The Shadow of China over Taiwan’s Democracy, Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 46:1, 3-9.

Rousseau, J.-F., Didier, O., Habich-Sobiegalla, S., Van, T. N., (2017): Socialist hydropower governances compared: dams as experienced by Dai and Thai societies from the Sino-Vietnamese borderlands, Regional Environmental Change, May 2017, DOI 10.1007/s10113-017-1170-0

Habich, S. (2015): Strategies of Soft Coercion in Chinese Dam Resettlement, Issues & Studies, 51: 1, 165-199.

Habich, S. (2011): Environmental ‘Dam-age’ and Social Vulnerability in Southwest China: A Case of Adaptive Authoritarianism?, Taiwanese Political Science Review, 15: 2, 233-282.

Habich, S. (2010): Corporate Social Responsibility in der chinesischen Textilindustrie: Unternehmerische Verantwortung mit chinesischer Prägung, ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, 114/115, 88-113.

 

Books

Habich, S. (2016): Dams, Migration and Authoritarianism in China: The Local State in Yunnan. London: Routledge.

 

Book chapters

Habich, S. (2017): Reasons to Dam: China’s Hydropower Politics and Its Socio-Environmental Consequences,” in: Kun-Chin Lin and Jean-Marc Blanchard, 100 Years after the Chinese Xinhai Revolution: Domestic Change, Challenges, and Continuities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book reviews

Habich, S. (2016): Patronage and Power: Local State Networks and Party-State Resilience in Rural China by Ben Hillman. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 216p. $50.00 hardback, in: Journal of Chinese Political Science.

Habich, S. (2013): Small Works: Poverty and Economic Development in Southwest China by John A. Donaldson. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2011, 240p. $45.00 hardback, in: Journal of Chinese Political Science, 18:2, S. 217-218.

Habich, S. (2012): Floods and Farmers. Politics, Economics and Environmental Impacts of Dyke Construction in the Mekong Delta / Vietnam von Pham Cong Huu. Münster: LIT Verlag, 2011, 200 S., EUR 29.90, in: ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, 125, S. 134-135.

 

Others

Habich, S. (2013): The Chant of the Shaman: Shamanic Rituals in Contemporary Taiwan, Asia-Pacific Newsletter, Association of Students of Asia-Pacific Studies, National Chengchi University.

Habich, S. (2009): Corporate Social Responsibility in der chinesischen Textilindustrie, (Corporate Social Responsibility in the Chinese Textile Industry), OPUS-Bayern, http://opus.bibliothek.uni-wuerzburg.de/volltexte/2009/3446/pdf/HabichSabrina_CSR.pdf

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