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Sabrina Habich-Sobiegalla
Sabrina Habich-Sobiegalla
Professor, State and Society of Modern China, Freie Universität Berlin
Verified email at fu-berlin.de
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Electric vehicle purchase intentions of Chinese, Russian and Brazilian citizens: An international comparative study
S Habich-Sobiegalla, G Kostka, N Anzinger
Journal of cleaner production 205, 188-200, 2018
1192018
In times of crisis: Public perceptions toward COVID-19 contact tracing apps in China, Germany, and the United States
G Kostka, S Habich-Sobiegalla
New Media & Society, 14614448221083285, 2022
82*2022
Citizens’ electric vehicle purchase intentions in China: An analysis of micro-level and macro-level factors
S Habich-Sobiegalla, G Kostka, N Anzinger
Transport Policy 79, 223-233, 2019
772019
Dams, migration and authoritarianism in China: The local state in Yunnan
S Habich
Routledge, 2015
482015
How do central control mechanisms impact local water governance in China? The case of Yunnan Province
S Habich-Sobiegalla
China Quarterly 234, 444-462, 2018
212018
Strategies of Soft Coercion in Chinese Dam Resettlement.
S Habich
Issues & Studies 51 (1), 2015
212015
Responsibility to choose: Governmentality in China’s participatory dam resettlement processes
S Habich-Sobiegalla, JF Rousseau
World Development 135, 105090, 2020
172020
Sharing is caring: willingness to share personal data through contact tracing apps in China, Germany, and the US
S Habich-Sobiegalla, G Kostka
Information, Communication & Society, 1-28, 2022
162022
Socialist hydropower governances compared: dams and resettlement as experienced by Dai and Thai societies from the Sino-Vietnamese borderlands
JF Rousseau, D Orange, S Habich-Sobiegalla, N Van Thiet
Regional environmental change 17, 2409-2419, 2017
152017
Reasons to dam: China’s hydropower politics and its socio-environmental consequences
S Habich
Governance, Domestic Change, and Social Policy in China: 100 Years after the …, 2017
132017
Emotions, crisis, and institutions: Explaining compliance with COVID‐19 regulations
D Guo, S Habich‐Sobiegalla, G Kostka
Regulation & Governance, 2023
112023
Piloting Away–State-Signaling and Confidence-building in China’s Renewable Energy Sector
SW Tseng, S Habich-Sobiegalla
Journal of Contemporary China 29 (123), 416-430, 2020
102020
Industrial Policies Under Xi Jinping: A Steering Theory Perspective
D Fischer, H Gohli, S Habich-Sobiegalla
Issues & Studies 57 (04), 2150016, 2021
62021
Topologies of power in China’s grid-style social management during the COVID-19 pandemic
S Habich-Sobiegalla, F Plümmer
Security Dialogue 54 (2), 192-210, 2023
52023
Socio-Economic Development and Infrastructure Cost Performance in China: Comparing Transport and Energy Sectors
W Rabe, G Kostka, S Habich-Sobiegalla
Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 49 (2), 185-206, 2020
52020
The Political Economy of Hydropower in Southwest China and Beyond
JF Rousseau, S Habich-Sobiegalla
Palgrave Macmillan, 2021
2*2021
Environmental" Dam-age" and Social Vulnerability in Southwest China: A Case of Adaptive Authoritarianism?
S Habich
台灣政治學刊 15 (2), 233-282, 2011
22011
Social Stability, Migrant Subjectivities, and Citizenship in China’s Resettlement Policies
S Habich-Sobiegalla, F Plümmer
The Political Economy of Hydropower in Southwest China and Beyond, 107-123, 2021
12021
Introduction: Southwest China’s Hydropower Expansion and Why It Matters There and Beyond
JF Rousseau, S Habich-Sobiegalla
The Political Economy of Hydropower in Southwest China and Beyond, 1-22, 2021
12021
Corporate Social Responsibility in der chinesischen Textilindustrie: Unternehmerische Verantwortung chinesischer Prägung
S Habich
ASIEN 114 (115), 88-113, 2010
12010
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