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Gordon Winder

Prof. Dr. Gordon Winder

Professor/in
Professor of Economic Geography and Sustainability Research

Postadresse

Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftsgeographie und Tourismusforschung
Luisenstraße 37
80333 München

Hausadresse

Luisenstraße 37
Dritter Stock
80333 München
Raum A 335

Tel.: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 4071
Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 4099

E-Mail: gordon.winder@lmu.de

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Forschungsschwerpunkte


PROFILE

    Professor of Economic Geography and Sustainability Research in the Department of Geography, LMU Munich.

    Affiliated LMU Professor and member of the Board of Studies, the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, LMU-Munich.

    Member of the Advisory Board for the Munich Centre for Global History, LMU Munich.

    Honorary Research Fellow at the School of Environment, The University of Auckland.

    Member of the Editorial Board of The Journal of Historical Geography.

    Member of the DFG-funded research group 'Urban Ethics'.

    Born in New Zealand I gained my PhD in Geography from the University of Toronto and worked at the University of Auckland before moving to the LMU-Munich.

    RESEARCH PROFILE

    ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY AND SUSTAINABILITY



    I conduct economic geography research on resources and sustainability with special attention to natural resources management, disaster recovery the development of sustainable business enterprises and networks, and the effectiveness of policies designed to promote innovation, transformation, or resilience in the face of shocks. This involves researching interactions among resources, governance, innovation, markets and environments with sustainability as a driving conccern. As solutions to chronic environmental problems are sought by some in the formation of new markets it is timely to research aspects of resources and their effects on environments, market formation, the implications of trade for environments, and the implications of the cultures of markets for environments. In addition, I continue to research historical geographies of globalization, This research focus is advanced through three thematic agendas:


    1. MAKING TRANSITIONS  


    KEYWORDS - bio-economies, Blue Economy, environmental economic geography, environmental ethics, gegraphies of sustainability transitions, innovation for sustainability, innovative commodity chains, resilience, sustainable manufacturing, urban ethics.


    RECENT PUBLISHING


    Acosta Garcia, R., Aschenbrenner, M., Dürr, E., and Winder, G.M., (2020) Re-imagining cities as ecosystems: Contrasting ethics of ebvironmental care in Auckland and Mexico City. Urban Research and Practice. DOI: 101080/17535069.2020.1811886.

    Aschenbrenner, M., and Winder, G.M. (2019) Planning for a sustainable marine future? A critical analysis of Marine Spatial Planning in the German Exclusive Economic Zone of the North Sea, Applied Geography 110: 102050.

    Kapfhammer, W., and Winder, G.M., (2020) Slow Food, shared values and empowerment in an alternative commodity chain linking Brazil and Europe. Sociologus 70(2): 101-122.

    Blicharska, M., et al., (2020) Between biodiversity conservation and sustainable forest management - A multidisciplinary assessment of the emblematic Bialowieza Forest case. Biollgical Conservation 248: 1-15.

    Dürr, E., Ege, M., Moser, J., Neumann, C.K., and Winder, G.M., (2020) Urban ethics - Towards a research agenda on cities, ethics and normativity. City, Culture and Society 20: 1-11.

    Winder, G.M. (ed.), (2017) Fisheries, Quota Management and Quota Transfer: Rationalization Through Bio-economics. Berlin: Springer.

    Winder, G.M. and Le Heron, R. (2017) Assembling a Blue Economy moment? Geographical engagement with globalising biological-economic relations in multi-use marine environments. Dialogues in Human Geography 7(1): 3-26.

    Bobar, A. and Winder, G.M., (2017) Der Begriff der Resilienz in der Human-geographie. In M. Karidi, M. Schneider and R. Gutwald (eds.), Resilienz: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven zu Wandel und Transformation. Wiesbaden: Springer: 83-102.


    2. AFTER DISASTER


    KEYWORDS -- disaster recovery, insurance, livelihoods, media and disaster, memories of disaster, resilience, risk, vulnerability

    RECENT PUBLISHING

    Winder, G.M.,, and Hofmann, S., (2020) The challenges posed by UN-Habitat's rural-urban linkages in a sustainability transition agenda: The case of the Christchurch, New Zealand rebuild. In A. Kratzer and J. Kister (eds.), Rural-Urban Linkages for Susrainable Development. New York and London: Routledge.


    3. GEOGRAPHIES OF GLOBALISATION


    KEYWORDS -- global publics, global reach, manufacturing belt, trading environments, webs of enterprise,

    RECENT PUBLISHING

    Winder, G.M., (2020) Reaching the global public: Going international in a difficult market, 1935-1936. in V. Huber and J. Osterhammel (eds.), Global Publics: Their Power and their Limits. Oxford: Studies of the German Historical Institute London, Oxford University Press: 115-143.

    Winder, G.M., (2019) The world market: Conceptualizing the world economy. Invited xhapter for S.R.Sippel (ed.), 'Global Economic Entanglements, Area Studies and Transregional Perspectives.' Section IV of M.Middell (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Transregional Studies (2 volumes) of the Centre for Area Studies at the University of Leipzig, London and New York: Routledge: 221-234.

    Winder., G.M., (2012) The American Reaper: Harvesting Networks and Technologies, 1830-1910. Farnham, Surrey, UK and Burlington, Vermont, USA: Ashgate. See http://www.ashgate.com

    Winder, G.M., and Dix, Andreas (eds.),  (2016) Trading Environments: Frontiers, Commercial Knowledge and Environmental Transformation, 1750-1990.' (Routledge, Environment and Society Series, in Press, See http://www.routledge.com/products/9781138933446

     
    PhD STUDENTS COMPLETED





    Dr. Eugene Rees
    , 'In what sense a fisheries problem? Negotiating sustainable growth in New Zealand fisheries.`The University of Auckland (completed 2005).


    Dr. Brett Christophers, 'Envisioning media power: On capital and geographies of television.' The University of Auckland (completed 2008).



    PhD STUDENTS RECENTLY SUBMITTED


    Sahar Hofmann, 'Disaster recovery in urban communities.'


    Vikas Lakhani, 'Dynamic climates of memory: Environmental learning, risk perception, and remembering and forgetting disasters.' with Rachel Carson Center, LMU Munich and ITN Network


    Ruhi Deol, 'Building an islandscape: Discourse, livelihoods and development in the Andaman Islands, India.' with Rachel Carson center, LMU Munich


    PhD STUDENTS CURRENT 



    Arun Adhikari, 'Societal recovery in Nepal after the 2015 earthquakes: An assessment at community and household level,' with Rachel Carson Center, LMU Munich.

    Marie Aschenbrenner, 'Urban environmental ethics on the edge of the city: Making ethical citizens for Auckland's 'blue backyard,' LMU Munich with DFG-funded Research group 'Urban ethics: Conflicts over the good urban life in teh 20th and 21st centuries.'


    Amra Bobar, 'Holzzukunft oder Holzweg?Chancen, Barrieren und Kompromisse einer veränderten Nutzung von Holz als Beitrag zur gessellschaftlichen Transformation.' LMU Munich, mit Bayerisches Forschung Verbund 'Fit for Change'.


    Daniel Dumas, 'From Eskimo hunter to beaded dreams: Cultural representations of Indigeneity and environment,' with Rachel Carson Center, LMU.


    Martin Haider, 'Nachhaltigkeitsplannung: Bewertung der Werksweiterung des BMW Werkes München.

    'Kilian Hinzpeter, 'Innovative value chains.'



    GW May 2021

    Forschungsprojekte

    Urbane Umweltethik am Rande der Stadt: Die Herstellung ethischer Bürgerinnen für Aucklands "blue backyard" (01.05.2018 - 30.04.2021) >> mehr

    Langfristiger Wiederaufbau nach Katastrophen in urbanen Gemeinschaften (01.02.2018 - 31.01.2020) >> mehr

    Holzzukunft oder Holzweg? Chancen, Barrieren und Kompromisse einer veränderten Nutzung von Holz als Beitrag zur gesellschaftlichen Transformation (17.06.2013 - 14.06.2017) >> mehr


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