Policy Recommendation

Working Paper

Books

Major Books written by IFI Researchers

  • Urban Infrastructuring
    Deljana Iossifova, Alexandros Gasparatos, Stylianos Zavos, Yahya Gamal, Yin Long
    Assoc. Prof. Alexandros Gasparatos co-edited a book that explores how different types of urban infrastructures, including for transportation, sanitation and communication, are interconnected. The edited book focuses mainly on experience from the global South and critically discusses what are the implications of these interconnections for urban sustainability, as well as the challenges and approaches for enhancing urban infrastructure sustainability in a socially equitable manner.
    please visit Springer Nature Website.
  • Sustainability Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa II
    Alexandros Gasparatos, Merle Naidoo, Abubakari Ahmed, Alice Karanja, Kensuke Fukushi, Osamu Saito, Kazuhiko Takeuchi
    Assoc. Prof. Alexandros Gasparatos and Prof. Kensuke Fukushi co-edited two volumes outlining some of the main sustainability challenges facing Sub-Saharan Africa. The two volumes published by Springer Nature focused on a very diverse set of sustainability challenges, including among others food security, poverty, ecosystem degradation, and lack of access to modern energy and infrastructure across the continent. For more information, please visit Springer Nature Website.
  • Sustainability Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa I
    Alexandros Gasparatos, Abubakari Ahmed, Merle Naidoo, Alice Karanja, Kensuke Fukushi, Osamu Saito, Kazuhiko Takeuchi
    Assoc. Prof. Alexandros Gasparatos and Prof. Kensuke Fukushi co-edited two volumes outlining some of the main sustainability challenges facing Sub-Saharan Africa. The two volumes published by Springer Nature focused on a very diverse set of sustainability challenges, including among others food security, poverty, ecosystem degradation, and lack of access to modern energy and infrastructure across the continent. For more information, please visit Springer Nature Website.
  • Political Ecology of Industrial Crops
    Abubakari Ahmed, Alexandros Gasparatos
    Assoc. Prof. Alexandros Gasparatos co-edited a book on the political ecology of industrial crops. The edited volume contained a wealth of studies from developing countries of Africa, Asia and the Americas to unravel how industrial crops such as cotton, oil palm, soybeans, and sugarcane catalyse ecological, agrarian, socioeconomic, and institutional transformation. For more information, please visit Earthscan/Routledge, London Website.