Felix M. Dorn

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E-Mail: felix.dorn(at)student.uibk.ac.at
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Adress: Felix M. Dorn
Institut für Geographie
Innrain 52f
A-6020 Innsbruck


Workgroup

Member of Workgroup Development Studies and Sustainability Science (AGEF)


Research Interests
  • Economic Geography
  • Political Ecology
  • Social-Ecological Transformation
  • Ecological Economics
  • (Post-)Development Studies

 

Dissertation Topic (working title): Ein strategischer Rohstoff für die Nachhaltigkeitswende? Lithium im Kontext globaler Produktionsnetzwerke und lokaler Extraktionsbedingungen in Südamerika. 

 

Focus areas
  • Argentina
  • Chile
  • Bolivia
  • Lithium Triangle
  • Global Interrelations

 

Further information

 

Publications

Dorn, Felix M. (accepted): The myth of Resilience: Externalizations of a neoliberal idea in the case of lithium mining in Latin America. Publication of conference proceedings of the 11th International Doctoral Colloquium in Sustainable Spatial Development: Resilience – a Challenge for Sustainable Urban and Regional Development. Hofgeismar.

Dorn, Felix M.; Hafner, Robert (2017): Re-primarization revisited: An analysis of decision-making variables in the Argentine soy agribusiness (1993-2015). Brasília: Sustentabilidade em Debate 9(2): 14-26. DOI: 10.18472/SustDeb.v9n2.2018.28611.

Dorn, Felix M. (2017): Limitations to Social-Ecological Transformations: The case of soybean cultivation and lithium mining in Argentina. In: Felix M. Dorn and Armin Kratzer (Ed.): Dokonara 2015 – Internationales DoktorandInnenkolleg Nachhaltige Raumentwicklung „Governance for Sustainability Transitions: Herausforderungen und Veränderungsprozesse in Regionen gestalten“. Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press (Conference Series).

Dorn, Felix M. (2017): Argentiniens ökonomische Erfolgsgeschichte. Das Entwicklungsmodell Soja und seine sozialen Kosten. In: Innsbrucker Geographische Gesellschaft. Innsbrucker Jahresbericht 2016-2017. Innsbruck: Geographie Innsbruck.

 


 


 

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