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Peer-reviewed journal articles

Soliev, I., Janssen, M.A., Theesfeld, I., Pritchard, C., Pirscher, F., Lee, A. (2022). Erratum: Channeling environmentalism into climate policy: An experimental study of Fridays for Future participants from Germany (2021 Env. Res. Lett. 16: 114035). Environmental Research Letters 17: 049601, doi   .

Soliev, I., Janssen, M.A., Theesfeld, I., Pritchard, C., Pirscher, F., Lee, A. (2021). Channeling environmentalism into climate policy: An experimental study of Fridays for Future participants from Germany. Environmental Research Letters 16: 114035, doi   .

Soliev, I., Theesfeld, I., Abert, E., Schramm, W. (2021). Benefit sharing and conflict transformation: Insights for and from REDD+ forest governance in sub-Saharan Africa. Forest Policy and Economics 133: 102623, doi   .

Adefila, A., Arrobbio, O., Brown, G., Robinson, Z., Spolander, G., Soliev, I., Willers, B., Morini, L., Padovan, D., Wimpenny, K.(2021). Ecologized collaborative online international learning: Tackling wicked sustainability problems through education for sustainable development. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability 23(1): 41-57, doi   .

Knorr, H., Theesfeld, I., Soliev, I. (2021). License to drill: Typology of groundwater use regulations in agriculture of Uzbekistan. International Journal of Water Resources Development, doi   .

Niyazmetov, D., Soliev, I., Theesfeld, I. (2021). Ordered to  volunteer? Institutional compatibility assessment of establishing  agricultural cooperatives in Uzbekistan. Land Use Policy 108: 105538, doi   .

Soliev, I., Theesfeld, I. (2020). Benefit sharing for solving transboundary commons dilemma in Central Asia. International Journal of the Commons 14(1): 61-77, doi   .

Bunkus, R., Soliev, I., Theesfeld, I. (2020). Density of resident  farmers and rural inhabitants’ relationship to agriculture:  operationalizing complex social interactions with a structural equation  model. Agriculture and Human Values 37(1): 47-63, doi   . (full text available through Springer Nature SharedIt   )

Soliev, I., Wegerich, K., Akramova, I., Mukhamedova, N. (2018). Balancing the discussion of benefit sharing in transboundary water governance: stressing the long-term costs in an empirical example from Central Asia. International Journal of Water Governance 6(2): 19–42, doi   .

Kulmatov, R., Groll, M., Rasulov, A., Soliev, I., Romic, M. (2018). Status quo and present challenges of  the sustainable use and management of water and land resources in  Central Asian irrigation zones - The example of the Navoi region  (Uzbekistan). Quaternary International 464(Part B): 396-410, doi   .

Soliev, I., Theesfeld, I. (2017). Reframing for sustainability: exploring transformative power of benefit sharing. Sustainability 9(8): 1486, doi   .

Soliev,  I., Theesfeld, I., Wegerich, K., Platonov, A. (2017). Dealing with "baggage" in riparian relationship on water allocation: a longitudinal comparative study from the Ferghana Valley. Ecological Economics 142: 148-162, doi   .

Wegerich, K., Soliev, I., Akramova, I. (2016). Dynamics of water reallocation and cost implications in the transboundary setting of Ferghana Province. Central Asian Survey 35(1): 38-60, doi   .

Wegerich, K., Van Rooijen, D., Soliev, I., Mukhamedova, N. (2015). Water security in the Syr Darya Basin. Water 7(9): 4657-4684, doi   .

Soliev, I., Wegerich, K., Kazbekov, J. (2015). The costs of benefit sharing: historical and institutional analysis of shared water development in the Ferghana Valley, the Syr Darya Basin. Water 7(6): 2728-2752, doi   .

Regional peer-reviewed publications - OSCE Capacity Building of Young Researchers from Central Asia and Afghanistan

Hamdard, M.H, Soliev, I., Xiong, L., Klöve, B. (2020). Drinking water quality assessment and governance in Kabul: A case study from a district with high migration and underdeveloped infrastructure. Central Asian Journal of Water Research 6(1): 66-81, doi.   

Niyazmetov, D., Soliev, I., Rudenko, I. (2019). State-facilitated bottom up in agricultural water governance and sustainability of solutions to recurring water stress: a case study from smallholders’ perspective in Uzbekistan. Central Asian Journal of Water Research 5(1): 42-57, doi   .

Peer-reviewed book chapters

Fadeeva, O., Soliev, I. (2020). Institutional analysis of land tenure system in post-socialist Russia: actors, rules, and land use. In M. Frühauf et al. (eds) KULUNDA: Climate Smart Agriculture. Innovations in Landscape Research. Chapter 18. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG. doi   

Other publications

Gilbert, J. Grabowski, R., Vermeylen, S., Robertson, A., Soliev, I., Williams, N.W., Schreiber, M., Zarzouki, Ch. (2022). The future of the Rights of Nature: An interdisciplinary scoping analysis. Report of the international collaborative project funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (Grant Ref: AH/V00574X/1) Where Next? Scoping Future Arts and Humanities Led Research   .

Falk, T., Schüpf, D., Zhang, W., Soliev, I. (2021). A behavioral perspective on improving water governance in India. IFPRI Research Blog   .

Falk, T., Schüpf, D., Zhang, W., Soliev, I. (2021). Understanding behavioral change for improved water governance: Reflecting on ongoing development interventions in India. Blog post of the IASC Europe & CIS   .

Conference and workshop contributions
(invited/selected upon peer-review)

Soliev, I., Moder, F., Janssen, M. (2022). Social learning for sustainable groundwater governance with an online game: lessons from a pilot study in India and Spain. Presentation at the International Conference "Groundwater, key to the Sustainable Development Goals" on 18-20 May 2022, organized by IAH-CFH, UNESCO-IHP, The French Water Partnership, under the patronage of the French National Commission for UNESCO and with the support of the Ministry for Environment, Seine-Normandy Water Agency, and Sorbonne University.

Soliev, I. (2021). Benefit sharing for facilitating equitable and sustainable forest governance. Presentation at the IASC Forest Commons Conference on 13-17 September 2021 as part of the XVIII Biennial IASC-Conference "Our Commons Future", organized by Arizona State University and the University of Arizona, US.

Soliev, I. (2021). One hundred years of commons: evolution of institutions governing land and water. Presentation at the IASC Land Commons Conference on 13-17 September 2021 as part of the XVIII Biennial IASC-Conference "Our Commons Future", organized by Arizona State University and the University of Arizona, US.

Soliev, I. (2021). Understanding "deep green" diversity and response to "benefit sharing" framing in boosting support for climate action: A study of Fridays for Future participants from Germany. Presentation at the Earth System Governance Conference on 7-9th September Bratislava, Slovakia.

Meinzen-Dick, R., Falk, T., Zhang, W., Priyadarshini, P., Soliev, I. (2021). Games for triggering collective change in natural resource management. Conference paper / Organized symposium presented at the 31st International Conference of Agricultural Economists, 17-31st August, online.

Soliev, I. (2021). Discussant at the Organized Symposium "Games for triggering collective change in natural resource management" with Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Thomas Falk, Wei Zhang, Pratiti Priyadarshini. 31st International Conference of Agricultural Economists, 17-31st August, online.

Assembayeva, M., Kapsalyamova, Zh., Soliev, I., Klöve, B. (2021). Benefits and costs of transboundary water-energy cooperation: Assessing potential impacts of Kambar ata-1 hydropower plant in Central Asia. Paper presented at the IASC Water Commons Conference on 19-21 May 2021 as part of the XVIII Biennial IASC-Conference "Our Commons Future", organized by Arizona State University and the University of Arizona, US.

Theesfeld, I., Soliev, I., Bunkus, R. (2020). Social dimensions of agricultural land transactions in Germany: an analysis with a Structural Equation Model. Paper presented at the GEWISOLA 2020 Conference "Herausforderungen für die ländliche Entwicklung – Wirtschafts- und sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven", 23rd-25th September, Halle (Saale), Germany.

Soliev, I. (2019). Framing (order) effects to boost public support for climate action. Designing a survey experiment. Collaborative research presented at the Center for Behavior, Institutions and the Environment of Arizona State University as part of the Visiting Fellowship, 30th September, Tempe AZ, USA.

Soliev, I., Theesfeld, I. (2019). Governance of linkages via benefit-sharing: Intra- and inter-sector options for transboundary waters in Central Asia. Paper presented at the XVII Biennial IASC-Conference “In Defense of the Commons: Challenges, Innovation, and Action”, 1-5th July, Lima, Peru.

Soliev, I. (2018). Toward sustainable transformations in a complex world: Theory building based on Meadows’ leverage points and Williamson’s transaction costs economics. Paper presented at the Utrecht Conference on Earth System Governance, 5-8th November,  Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Soliev, I., Schramm, W., Theesfeld, I. (2018). Identifying sustainable configurations with shared benefits in forest governance. Paper presented at the Utrecht Conference on Earth System Governance, 5-8th November,  Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Soliev, I. (2018). Balancing the discussion of benefit sharing in transboundary water governance: stressing the long-term costs in an empirical example from Central Asia. Presentation of research findings on application of benefit sharing in international water governance at the Roundtable “Equitable Benefit Sharing and Water Law”, organized by the Strathclyde University Centre for Environmental Law and Governance, 24th April, Glasgow, Scotland.

Soliev, I. (2017). Setting the collaborative priorities right: Toward sustainable benefit-sharing solutions in  food-agriculture-environment nexus. Paper published in the proceedings  of the International Conference on “Integrated Innovative Development of  Zarafshan Region: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects”, 26-27th October, Navoi, Uzbekistan: IDZ, pp. 277-283.

Soliev,  I., Theesfeld, I. (2017). Power of mutual-gains approach to reallocate for sustainability of global environmental commons. Paper presented at the Lund Conference on Earth System Governance, 9-11th October,  Lund, Sweden.

Soliev, I., Schramm, W., Theesfeld, I. (2017). What is special about benefit sharing in REDD+? Paper presented at the IUFRO 8.01.02 Landscape Ecology Conference “The Green-Blue Nexus: Forests, Landscapes and Services,” 24-29th September, Halle (Saale), Germany.

Shenhav,  R., Xenarios, S., Soliev, I., Domullodzhanov, D., Akramova, I., Mukhamedova, N. (2017). The water, energy and agriculture nexus – examples from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Good Governance and Economic Diversification in Resource Rich Economies, 17-19th August, Astana, Kazakhstan: Nazarbaev University, pp. 1-12.

Soliev,  I., Theesfeld, I. (2017). Benefit Sharing  as an approach to cope  with challenges of global commons. Paper presented  at the XVI Biennial  IASC-Conference "Practicing the Commons: Self-Governance, Cooperation, and Institutional Change," 10-14th July, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Soliev, I., Theesfeld, I. (2017). Tailoring benefit sharing for sustainability of global environmental commons: revisiting incentives and systematizing discrepancies. Paper presented at the 12th Conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE) 2017, 20-23rd June, Budapest, Hungary.

Soliev, I., Wegerich K., Kazbekov, J. (2016). Assessing benefit sharing as a tool of water diplomacy: lessons from water-sharing negotiations in the Ferghana Valley, the Syr Darya Basin. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research, 6-9th June, Kyoto, Japan.

Soliev, I., Wegerich, K., Kazbekov, J. (2016). Long-term dynamics of transboundary institutions governing water and land – evidence of shifts in benefit sharing within the Ferghana Valley. Paper presented at the IAAE Inter-Conference Symposium, Agricultural Transitions along the Silk Road - Restructuring, Resources and Trade in the Central Asia Region, 4-6th April, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Soliev, I. (2015). Visualizing the findings of the paper “The costs of benefit sharing: the case of the Ferghana Valley, the Syr Darya Basin”. Paper presented at the In-Service ICT Training for Environmental Professionals (ISEPEI) - Bridging ICTs and the Environment: Making Information Talk and Technologies Work for Water Security, organized by Central European University (CEU), UNEP, UNOOSA, Google, Esri, GWP, 6-10th July, Budapest, Hungary.

Soliev, I. (2015). The costs of benefit sharing: historical and institutional analysis of shared water development in the Ferghana Valley, the Syr Darya Basin. Paper presented at the 15th Biannual Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons, 25-29th May, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Soliev, I. (2014). Examining institutional path dependency in shared water management in the Ferghana Valley, the Syr Darya Basin. Paper presented at the Conference on Regional Economic Cooperation in Central Asia, organized by IAMO, 23-26th November, Halle, Germany.

Soliev, I., Kulmatov, R. (2013). The modern transboundary problems of the Amu Darya River. Paper presented at the World Water Week 2013, organized by SIWI, 1-6th September, Stockholm, Sweden.

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