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Publikationen seit 1990 in englischer Sprache

War Economies and the Shadow of Globalisation, in: Berghof Handbook Dialogue Series, Transforming War Economies, Dilemmas and Strategies, ed. By Martina Firscherand Beatrix Schmelzle, Berlin 2005, pp.45-55.

Economic Factors of Conflict and Violence: The Economics of Armed Conflict, in: Nuclear Strategy and Peace Technology, International Seminar on Nuclear War and Planetary Emergencies, 27th session, R,Ragaini ed., New Jersey (World Scientific Publishing) 2003, pp.99-108.

From the Economics of War to Economics of Peace, The Dynamics of Shadow Globalisation and the Diffusion of Armed Violence as an Obstacle to Build Peace, in: Peace and Security, Vol.XXXIV (March 2003), p.31-40.

Small Arms: A Challenge to World Peace, SEF Policiy Paper No.17, 12 pp. Bonn 2001.

Rheinmetall: A Paradigm of Restructuring of the Defence Sector in Germany, research paper, to be published by METDAC, London 2000.

Pervasive Illicit Small Arms Availability: A Global Threat, HEUNI Papers No.14, Helsinki 1999.

Light weapons and conflict in Africa, in: Peace and Security, Vol. XXXI – Dec. 1999, pp.31-36.

Light weapons and conflict in Africa, paper prepared for the 49th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, Rustenberg, South Africa, Sept.7-13, 1999, 12pp., forthcoming in the conference proceedings.

Comprehensive measures to reduce illicit small arms availability, paper prepared for the 49th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, Rustenberg, South Africa, Sept.7-13, 1999, 18pp. forthcoming in the conference proceedings.

Africa, Military Downsizing and Growth in the Security Industry, in: Peace, Profit or Plunder? – The Privatisation of Security in War-Torn African Societies, Jakkie Cilliers; Peggy Mason eds., Pretoria 1999, pp.11-36.

The role of confidence building measures: transparency in military expenditures, regional registers and linkages to the donor countries agendas: development aid as a vehicle for security assistance, Introductory note for working group 4 at the International Confernce on Sustainable Disarmament for Sustainable Development, Brussels, October 12th and 13th, 1998.

The withering military in sub-saharan Africa: New roles for the private security industry? In: Internationales Afrika Spectrum Vol.33 (98/2), S.135-155.

Discussion note on the concept of a "transaction deposit for arms exports", Saferworld Oct.1998 3p.

On the rationalisation of inefficient random controls of exports and transit shipments: data collection and demand side modelling A constructive role for empirical research, paper prepared for the intergovernmental workshop "Tackling illicit trafficking in conventional arms: How EU and Partner countries can collaborate to follow", Vienna, October 2nd, 1998.

Military Downsizing and Growth in the Security Industry in Sub-Saharan Africa, in: Strategic Analysis, Vol. XXII No.9 Dec. 1998, pp.1393-1426.

Illicit Small Arms Availability, research note prepared for the 3rd Berlin Workshop "Consolidating Peace through Practical Disarmament Measures and Control of Small Arms: From Civil War to Civil Society, July 1998, pp.25.

The role of civilian high-tech and international co-operation for the efficiency of the defence sector, in: Conversion (Lyon) No. 4 /1998, pp.23-32.

Conversion: the problem of the large research laboratories in Russia, in: Accademia Nazionale die Lincei, IX International Amaldi Conference of Academies of Sciences and National Scientific Societies, Geneva (UN and CERN), 1997, pp.122-130.

The Role of Small Arms in Present-day Wars, in: Accademia, idem pp.220-224.

Defence Exports: Competition and Control, in: Royal United Services Institute, Defence Equipment Acquisition, The European Dimension, Proceedings of a conference (1997), forthcoming.

Military Technology and its Linkage to the Civilian Economy, in: R.F. Dundervill, Jr. et al. (Eds.) Defense Conversion Strategies, Kluwer Academic Publ. Amsterdam (NATO-ASI), 1997, pp.125-140.

Armed Conflicts and Small Arms Proliferation: Refocusing the research agenda, paper for the 46th Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs 1996, published in: Policy Sciences No.3/ August 1997, pp.117-132. Also reprinted in: Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs, Security, Cooperation and Disarmament: The Unfinished Agenda for the 1990s, Joseph Rotblat ed. , Singapore: World Scientific Publ. 1998, pp.334-347.

Conventional disarmament, arms exports and conversion in Russia and CEE, paper for the INES workshop in Amsterdam, August 1996.

Building Blocks to Understanding Former Yugoslavia, in: Pacific Research, May 1996, pp.44-48.

Obstacles of the Transformation in the Militarised Rim of the Eastern Baltic, in: M. Grundmann ed. Transformation and Arms Conversion in the Baltic Sea Region and in Russia, Hamburg 1996, pp.36-61.

Deferred Costs of Military Defence: An Underestimated Economic Burden, Petra Opitz co-author, in: Chaterji et al. ed.: Arms Spending, Development and Security, New Delhi 1996 pp.253-266.

Germany, co-author W..Voss in: P. Gummet ed. The European arms industries, (de Gruyter), 1997, p.85-116.

Jean-Paul Hébert 'Production d'armement - Mutuation du système français' (review), in: Defence and Peace Economics, 1996, Vol.7, pp.273-277.

The role of high technology and co-operation for the efficiency of the defence sector (in Russia), paper for a seminar (Oct.96) of the Russian Privatisation Institute in Puschkin (Saint Petersburg).

The Systemic Bed-Rock of Transition, in: Journal of Peace Research, vol.31, No.3, 1994.

Germany - The Reluctant Eurofighter Partner, co-authors Ulrich Albrecht, Jonathan Cohen, in: the Arms Production Dilemma, R. Forsberg ed. CSIA Studies in International Security No.7, pp.173-192, MIT-Press 1994.

The German Arms Industry in a European Context: a Study in Successful Downsizing, Werner Voß co-author, in: Defence and Peace Economics, 1994, vol.5, pp.341-348.

Small Arms and Light Weapons: Russia and the Former Soviet Union, Ksenia Gonchar co-author, in: Lethal Commerce The Global Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons, Jeffrey Boutwell, Michael T. Klare and Laura W.Reed eds. Cambridge 1995, pp.116-126.

Observations on the Global Supply of Small Arms, Ksenia Gonchar co-author, Arbeitspapier 84 Forschungsstelle Kriege, Rüstung und Entwicklung, University of Hamburg 1994.

Towards the Peace Economy: Small Arms, Regional Conflicts and Peace Movement Response, in: Towards the Peace Economy The Oxford Manifesto, Paul Ingram, Roger Williamson eds. London 1994, pp.31-33.

Eurofighter 2000: a surviving grandson of the Cold War, Paper prepared for the "International Fighter Production" conference Cambridge (Mass.) Sept. 1994, 30 pp. mimeo.

The evolution of the arms trade, in: Mondes en Developpement, No. 83, Tome 21, 1993, pp.29-38.

The Migration of Scientists and Engineers from the former Soviet Union: Will it lead to Weapons Proliferation? Ruth Stanley, Ksenia Gonchar, Petra Lehmann co-authors, Paper prepared for the 1st Pugwash Workshop on "Brain-Drain and International Cooperation, Rehovot, 14-17 May 1992, 30 pp.

Restructuring of Arms Production in Western Europe, Michael Brzoska, Peter Lock eds. SIPRI Stockholm 1992.

The economic costs of peace, in: Brunn, Baehr, Karpe eds., Conversion Opportunities for Development and Environment, New York 1992, pp.82-92.

Disposing of Chemical Weapons: A Common Heritage Calls for a Cooperative Approach, Joachim Badelt, Eric Chauvistré co-authors, in: Bulletin for Peace Proposals, Vol.23 (1) pp.43-50 (1992)