Dr. rer. agr. Raghu Chaliganti

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Institut für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie

Katastrophenforschungsstelle (KFS)

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Aufgabenbereich

BMBF-Projekt FloodEvac: Vulnerability of Transportation Structures, Warning and Evacuation in Case of Major Inland Flooding (Projektleitung Prof. Dr. Martin Voss)

Adresse Carl-Heinrich-Becker Weg 6-10
Raum 26
12165 Berlin
Telefon (030) 838 52825
Fax (030) 838 457236
E-Mail Raghu.Chaliganti@fu-berlin.de

Ausbildung/Werdegang

  • Seit 04/2014 Research Associate at the Disaster Research Unit, Department of Political and Social Science, Freie Universität Berlin, research project: “FloodEvac - Vulnerability of Transportation Structures, Warning and Evacuation in Case of Major Inland Flooding”
  • 09/14 - 02/15 Certified training course - “Coordinator in International Project Management”, Gesellschaft für Nachhaltige Entwicklung mbH (GNE), Kassel-Witzenhausen
  • 05/14 - 07/14 Academic consultant for Division of Resource Economics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • 06/11 - 06/13 Research Associate in the interdisciplinary applied research project- “Hyderabad as a Megacity of Tomorrow - Climate and Energy in a Complex Transition Process towards Sustainable Hyderabad - Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies by Changing Institutions, Governance Structures, Lifestyles and Consumption Patterns”, coordinated by Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (funded by German Ministry for Education and Research)
  • 06/07 - 05/11 Doctoral researcher with the topic “Analyzing the Indian biofuel policy process from a discursive-institutional perspective” at the Division of Resource Economics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • 10/09 - 03/10 Facilitator for implementing field work in Andhra Pradesh within the framework of the project “Making Rural Services Work for the Poor: The Role of Rural Institutions and their Governance for Agriculture-led Development”, jointly coordinated by International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • 01/08 - 04/08 Consultant for the NGO ‘Global Exchange for Social Investments (GEXSI)’, Berlin
  • 01/06 - 06/07 Research assistant in the project “Sustainable Hyderabad: Rural Livelihoods and Urban Environment for Emerging Megacity of Hyderabad”, coordinated by Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • 06/08 - 10/08 Intern at the division “Global Theme on Agro-ecosystems” at ‘International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)’, Hyderabad
  • 06/04 - 10/05 M.Sc. researcher with the topic “Renewable energy resources in India: a case study of biomass balance in the state of Andhra Pradesh” at the Division of Agricultural Engineering, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • 04/99 - 10/01 Project assistant in the field of organic farming at ‘Sri Aurobindo Institute of Rural Development (SAIRD)’, Gaddipally, India

Forschungsschwerpunkte:

  • Interdiziplinäre Methodik
  • Klimawandel und Mehrebenen-Risiko-Governance
  • Policyanalyse und -Deutung.
  • Innovationen in Ernährungssicherung und Agrarpolitik

Artikel in Fachzeitschriften

  • Chaliganti, R. and U. Müller (2014 submitted). Environmental rationalities and policy paradigms underpinning India’s biofuel program. Environmental Policy and Governance.
  • Müller, U. and R. Chaliganti (2014 submitted). Bargaining over local public good provision in nested social dilemmas: a comparative study of variation from South India. India Review.
  • Chennamaneni, R., Müller, U. and R. Chaliganti (2008). Hyderabad: Förderung von Biokraftstoffen in peri-urbanen Gebieten. Geographische Rundschau 60(4): 30-35.

Bücher/Beiträge/Berichte

  • Chaliganti, R. (2014). Biofuel promotion in India: analyzing the policy process from a discursive-institutional perspective. In Volker Beckmann & Konrad Hagedorn (Eds.), Governing sustainability in India.(Vol. 49). Aachen: Shaker Verlag.
  • Chaliganti, R. (2013). Impacts - towards institutionalizing project. In K.Hagedorn (Eds.). innovations Climate and Energy in a Complex Transition Process towards Sustainability in Hyderabad. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies by Changing Institutions, Governance Structures, Lifestyles and Consumption Patterns. Bremen: EHV Academicpress;54-56.
  • Wani, S.P. and R. Chaliganti (2007). Rural livelihoods and urban environment: an assessment of biofuel programme for emerging megacity of Hyderabad. Research reports for analysis and action for sustainable development of Hyderabad, Vol. 14. Berlin: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
  • Sridevi, T.K., Wani, S.P., Chennamaneni, R. and R. Chaliganti (2007). Clean development mechanism (CDM) in action: prospects for urban and peri-urban forestry in greater Hyderabad. Research reports for analysis and Action for Sustainable Development of Hyderabad, Vol. 15. Berlin: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Konferenzpräsentationen und -berichte

  • Chaliganti, R. (2012). Biofuel promotion in India: policy paradigms and institutional logics. Paper presented at the 7th international conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis (IPA): “Understanding the drama of democracy, policy work, power and transformation”, Tilburg, 5 - 7 July 2012.
  • Sridevi, T.K., Wani, S.P., Chennamaneni, S., Chaliganti, R. and R.L. Reddy (2009). Jatropha and Pongamia rain-fed plantations on wastelands for improved livelihoods and protecting environment in India. Paper presented at 6th international conference on biofuels, New Delhi, 4 - 5 March 2009.
  • Chaliganti, R. (2009). Governing biofuel plantations on wastelands: implications for sustainability in India. Paper presented at the international consortium on agriculture biotechnology research (ICABR). “The emerging bio-economy”, Ravello, 17 - 20 June 2009.
  • Chaliganti, R. and S. P. Wani (2007). Sustainable rural livelihoods and urban environment: an assessment of biofuel promotion in Andhra Pradesh, India. Poster presented at Tropentag: “Utilization of diversity in land use systems - sustainable and organic approaches to meet human needs”, Witzenhausen, 9 - 11 October 2007.

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