Selected publications

Gerlitz, J-Y. (2018): Rising In-work Poverty in Times of Activation: Changes in the Distributive Performance of Institutions over Three Decades, Germany 1984–2013. Social Indicators Research 140(3): 1109–1129

Gerlitz, J-Y., Macchi, M., Brooks, N., Pandey, R., Banerjee, S., & Jha, S. K. (2017): The Multidimensional Livelihood Vulnerability Index – an instrument to measure livelihood vulnerability to change in the Hindu Kush Himalayas. Climate and Development 9(2): 124-140

Gerlitz, J-Y., Apablaza, M., Hoermann, B., Hunzai, K., & Bennett. L. (2015): A Multidimensional Poverty Measure for the Hindu Kush-Himalayas, Applied to Selected Districts in Nepal. Mountain Research and Development 35(3): 278-288

Gerlitz, J-Y., Banerjee, S., Brooks, N., Hunzai, K., & Macchi, M. (2015): An Approach to Measure Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Hindu Kush Himalayas. In W. Leal (ed.), Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation, 151-176, Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg.

Banerjee, S., Gerlitz, J-Y., & Kniveton, D. (2013): A Methodology for Assessing Patterns of Labour Migration in Mountain Communities Exposed to Water Hazards. In F. Faist & J. Schade (eds.), Disentangling Migration and Climate Change, 81-100, Springer, Dordrecht.

Gerlitz, J-Y., Hunzai, K., & Hoermann, B. (2012): Mountain Poverty in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas. Canadian Journal of Development Studies 33(2): 250-265

Gerlitz, J-Y., Mühleck, K., Scheller, P., & Schrenker, M. (2012): Justice Perceptions in Times of Transition: Trends in Germany, 1991-2006. European Sociological Review 28(2): 263-282

Gerlitz, J-Y. (2008): Distributive Gerechtigkeit in der Familie - Zur Integration sozialer und persönlicher Faktoren bei der Erklärung der Präferenz von Familienideologien [Distributive Justice in the Family]. Berliner Journal für Soziologie 4/08: 623-648

Haug, S., & Gerlitz, J-Y. (2007) : Messkonzepte sozialen Kapitals. Eine Betrachtung vor dem Hintergrund der Nachhaltigkeitsdebatte [Measuring Concepts for Social Capital]. Jahrbuch Ökologische Ökonomik 5: 189-218