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Locher, Martina; Müller-Böker, U (2014). “Investors are good, if they follow the rules” – power relations and local perceptions in the case of two European forestry companies in Tanzania. Geographica Helvetica, 69(4):249-258.

Gurung, G S; Thapa, K; Kunkel, K; Thapa, G J; Kollmair, M; Müller-Böker, U (2011). Enhancing herders’ livelihood and conserving the snow leopard in Nepal. CAT News, 55:17-21.

Steimann, B (2011). Making a living in uncertainty: agro-pastoral livelihoods and institutional transformations in post-socialist rural Kyrgyzstan. Zürich: Geographisches Institut, Abteilung Humangeographie, Universität Zürich.

Poertner, E; Junginger, M; Müller-Böker, U (2011). Migration in far West Nepal. Critical Asian Studies, 43(1):23-47.

Poertner, E; Junginger, M; Müller-Böker, U (2011). Migration in far West Nepal. Challenging migration categories and theoretical lenses. Critical Asian Studies, 43(4):661-665.

Upadhayaya, P K; Müller-Böker, U; Sharma, S R (2011). Tourism amidst armed conflict: consequences, copings, and creativity for peace-building through tourism in Nepal. The Journal of Tourism and Peace Research, 1(2):22-40.

Thieme, S; Müller-Böker, U; Backhaus, N (2011). Women's livelihoods in a transnational social space: Labour migration from Far West Nepal to Delhi, India. In: Raju, S. Gendered geographies: Space and place in South Asia. Delhi: Oxford University Press India, 60-81.

Shahbaz, B; Vinod, C P; Geiser, U; Sadaf, T; Schärer, L; Müller-Böker, U (2010). Access to livelihood assets: insights from South Asia on how institutions work. In: Hurni, H; Wiesmann, U. Global change and sustainable development a synthesis of regional experiences from research partnerships. Bern, CH: NCCR North-South, 283-297.

Backhaus, N; Tuor, R (2010). Leitfaden für wissenschaftliches Arbeiten. Zürich: Geographisches Institut, Universität Zürich.

Thieme, S; Müller-Böker, U (2010). Social networks and migration: women’s livelihoods between Far West Nepal and Delhi. European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, 35/36:107-121.

Müller-Böker, U (2009). Frieden in Nepal? Entwicklungspotenziale und Konfliktfelder. Nepal Information, 102/10(1/2):21-24.

Ejderyan, O (2009). Une renaturation en béton!: comprendre la participation et la nature dans les renaturations de cours d'eau suisses au regard d'une théorie de la pratique: Rhone-Thur Projekt. Zürich: Geographisches Institut, Abteilung Humangeographie, Universität Zürich.

Backhaus, N; Müller, U; Müller-Böker, U (2008). Die Macht der Bilder: ihre Rolle bei der nachhaltigen Landschaftsentwicklung. In: Buchecker, M; et al. Gesellschaftliche Ansprüche an den Lebens- und Erholungsraum: eine praxisorientierte Synthese der Erkenntnisse aus zwei Forschungsprogrammen. Birmensdorf: Eidg. Forschungsanstalt für Wald, Schnee und Landschaft WSL, 67-70.

Backhaus, N; Müller, U; Müller-Böker, U (2008). The look of and on sustainable development: the role of images in participation processes to establish protected areas. In: Siegrist, D; et al. Visitor management in nature-based tourism: strategies and success factors for recreational and protected areas. Rapperswil: Hochschule für Technik, HSR, 33-45.

Müller, U; Gurung, G; Kollmair, M; Müller-Böker, U (2008). “Because the project is helping us to improve our lives, we also help them with conservation”: integrated conservation and development in the Kangchenjunga Conservation Area, Nepal. In: Haller, T; et al. People, protected areas and global change: participatory conservation in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe. Bern: NCCR North-South, 363-399.

Junker, B; Buchecker, M; Müller-Böker, U (2007). Objectives of public participation: Which actors should be involved in the decision making for river restorations? Water Resources Research, 43(10):1-11.

Locher, M; Müller-Böker, U (2007). "But now men also listen to the women": women’s-development approach in the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project, East Nepal. Asiatische Studien / Etudes Asiatiques, 61(4):1113-1139.

Müller-Böker, U; Thieme, S (2007). Arbeiten beim großen Nachbarn: Arbeitsmigration von Far West Nepal nach Delhi. Nepal Information, 99:56-60.

Müller, U; Backhaus, N; Elsasser, H; Müller-Böker, U (2007). Die UNESCO Biosphäre Entlebuch im Bild: Präsentation einer Methode zur Analyse visueller Regionalisierungen. Geographica Helvetica, 62(4):233-241.

Müller-Böker, U; Thieme, S (2007). Livelihood strategies in a marginal area of Nepal (Far West Nepal), with an emphasis on labour migration to India. In: Jones, G. Issues in Geographical Marginality: Papers presented during the Meetings of the Commission on Evolving Issues of Geographical Marginality in the Early 21st Century World, 2001- 2004. Grahamstown: Rhodes University, online.

Müller-Böker, U; Backhaus, N (2007). Socio-geographic perspectives on global change: the global change debate is linked with equity. In: Psenner, R; et al. The role of mountains in a climate of change. Obergurgel, 43-49.

Backhaus, N; Müller-Böker, U (2006). Gesellschaft und Raum: Konzepte und Kategorien. Zürich: Geographisches Institut, Abteilung Humangeographie, Universität Zürich.

Backhaus, N; Buschle, M; Gorgus, N; Müller, U; Moreno, T (2006). Kraft der Bilder: Vorstellungen über Nachhaltigkeit – ein Entscheidungsspiel. Zürich: Geographisches Institut, Universität Zürich.

Thieme, S; Kollmair, M; Müller-Böker, U (2006). Transnationale soziale Netzwerke und Migration: Nepalis aus Far West Nepal in Delhi. Geographische Rundschau, 58(10):24-30.

Haupt, F; Müller-Böker, U (2005). Grounded research and practice: PAMS — A transdisciplinary program component of the NCCR North–South. Mountain Research and Development, 25(2):100-103.

Müller-Böker, U (2005). Reflections on the Himalayan Landscape: An interview with Harka Gurung, a leading authority on the Himalaya. Mountain Research and Development, 25(2):126-127.

Thieme, S; Bhattrai, R; Gurung, G; Kollmair, M; Manandhar, S; Müller-Böker, U (2005). Addressing the needs of Nepalese migrant workers in Nepal and in Delhi, India. Mountain Research and Development, 25(2):109-114.

Molesworth, K; Müller-Böker, U (2005). The local impact of under-realisation of the Lumbini Master Plan: a field report. Contributions to Nepalese studies, 32(2):183-211.

Thieme, S; Müller-Böker, U (2004). Financial self-help associations among Far West Nepalese labor migrants in Delhi, India. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 13(3):339-361.

Geiser, U; Müller-Böker, U (2003). Gemeinschaft, Zivilgesellschaft und Staat als sozialer Kontext des Lebensalltags in den Bergen Nepals und Pakistans. In: Jeanneret, F. Welt der Alpen - Gebirge der Welt. Bern: Haupt, 171-183.

Soliva, R; Kollmair, M; Müller-Böker, U (2003). Nature conservation and sustainable development. In: Domroes, M. Translating development: the case of Nepal. New Delhi: Social Science Press, 142-177.

Kollmair, M; Müller-Böker, U; Soliva, R (2003). The social context of nature conservation in Nepal. European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, 24:25-62.

Kollmair, M; Müller-Böker, U (2002). Forest and trees: changing perspectives on a natural resource in the Nepal Himalaya. Global Environmental Research, 6(1):73-84.

Müller-Böker, U; Kollmair, M; Soliva, R (2001). Der Naturschutz in Nepal im gesellschaftlichen Kontext. Asiatische Studien / Etudes Asiatiques, 55(3):725-773.

Müller-Böker, U (2001). Pahariya-migration to the Tharu´s settlement area of the Inner Terai (Chitawan). In: von der Heide, S; Hoffmann, T. Aspects of migration and mobility in Nepal. Kathmandu: Ratna Pustak Bhandar, 179 -197.

Müller-Böker, U; Kollmair, M (2000). Livelihood strategies and local perceptions of a new nature conservation project in Nepal. Mountain Research and Development, 20(4):324-331.

Müller-Böker, U (2000). State intervention in Chitwan: on the historical development of a region in Southern Nepal. Studies in Nepali history and society, 5(2):173-200.

Müller-Böker, U (1998). Wild animals and poor people: conflicts between conservation and human needs in Chitawan (Nepal). In: Stellrecht, I. Karakorum-Hindukush-Himalaya: dynamics of change. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 231-243.

Müller-Böker, U (1997). Die ökologische Krise im Himalaya - ein Mythos? Geographica Helvetica, 52(3):79-88.

Müller-Böker, U (1997). Tharus and Pahariyas in Chitawan: observations on the multi-ethnic constellation in southern Nepal. In: Stellrecht, I; Winiger, M. Perspectives on history and change in the Karakorum, Hindukush, and Himalaya. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 157-169.

Müller-Böker, U (1996). Erlebnis- und Ökotourismus in Nepal. Geographische Rundschau, 48(3):174-179.

Müller-Böker, U (1996). Traditional technology in the Kathmandu Valley: the utilization of the soils and sediments. In: Lienhard, S. Change and continuity: studies in the Nepalese culture of the Kathmandu Valley. Turin, IT: CESMEO, 107-119.

Müller-Böker, U (1993). Ethnobotanical studies among the Chitawan Tharus. Journal of the Nepal Research Centre, 9:17-56.

Müller-Böker, U (1993). Naturschutz in der Dritten Welt: globale Interessen - lokale Verlierer: das Beispiel des Royal Chitawan National Park/ Nepal. In: Barsch, D; Karrasch, H. 49. Deutscher Geographentag Bochum 1993: Tagungsbericht und wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 123-131.

Müller-Böker, U (1993). Tharus and Pahariyas in Chitawan: some observations concerning the question of multiethnity of Nepal. In: Toffin, G. Nepal, past and present: proceedings of the Franco-German Conference, Arc-et-Senans, June 1990. Paris: C.N.R.S., 279-293.

Müller-Böker, U (1992). Two ecological-geographical approaches concerning the topic: man and his environment in Nepal. In: Kölver, B. Aspects of Nepalese traditions: proceedings of a seminar held under the auspices of Tribhuvan Uni versity Research Division and the German Research Council. Stuttgart: Steiner, 17-30.

Müller-Böker, U (1991). Knowledge and evaluation of the environment in traditional societies of Nepal. Mountain Research and Development, 11(2):101-114.

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