2024

  • P. Gregori, P. Holzmann, I. Krajger, E. Schwarz, and R. Harms, “Entrepreneurship and environmental sustainability: the effects of passion and self-efficacy on entrepreneurial intentions,” Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, p. 1–23, 2024. doi:10.1108/JSBED-10-2023-0488
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    Purpose This study investigates antecedents determining the inclination to engage in future environmental entrepreneurial activities. Building on passion research and social cognitive theory, the authors explore the role of environmental passion for environmental entrepreneurial intention, drawing attention to the mediating role of environmental self-efficacy. Design/methodology/approach A regression-based path analysis for mediation to test the developed hypotheses on a sample of 139 young individuals is applied. Findings The results demonstrate a significant positive effect of environmental passion on environmental entrepreneurial intention. The mediation analysis shows a positive direct and indirect effect of passion on intention, concluding that self-efficacy is a partial mediator. The results further suggest that environmental entrepreneurial intention is related to gender. In contrast, covariates like age, entrepreneurial exposure and entrepreneurship education have no significant effect. Practical implications The results have implications for practitioners and policymakers who aim to further entrepreneurship for environmental sustainability. It underlines the need to take emotional antecedents seriously, suggests policy for creative and interdisciplinary education with respect to its challenges and emphasizes the roles of teachers in fostering passion. Originality/value The results provide a deeper contextualized understanding of passion, self-efficacy and intention in environmental entrepreneurship. These results offer an original perspective of entrepreneurship as a conduit to channel energy, concerns and passionate interests in the natural environment. The study presents theoretical implications for passion theory by extending sources of passion and clarifying the direction of self-efficacy in entrepreneurship.

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    year = {2024},
    abstract = {Purpose This study investigates antecedents determining the inclination to engage in future environmental entrepreneurial activities. Building on passion research and social cognitive theory, the authors explore the role of environmental passion for environmental entrepreneurial intention, drawing attention to the mediating role of environmental self-efficacy. Design/methodology/approach A regression-based path analysis for mediation to test the developed hypotheses on a sample of 139 young individuals is applied. Findings The results demonstrate a significant positive effect of environmental passion on environmental entrepreneurial intention. The mediation analysis shows a positive direct and indirect effect of passion on intention, concluding that self-efficacy is a partial mediator. The results further suggest that environmental entrepreneurial intention is related to gender. In contrast, covariates like age, entrepreneurial exposure and entrepreneurship education have no significant effect. Practical implications The results have implications for practitioners and policymakers who aim to further entrepreneurship for environmental sustainability. It underlines the need to take emotional antecedents seriously, suggests policy for creative and interdisciplinary education with respect to its challenges and emphasizes the roles of teachers in fostering passion. Originality/value The results provide a deeper contextualized understanding of passion, self-efficacy and intention in environmental entrepreneurship. These results offer an original perspective of entrepreneurship as a conduit to channel energy, concerns and passionate interests in the natural environment. The study presents theoretical implications for passion theory by extending sources of passion and clarifying the direction of self-efficacy in entrepreneurship. },
    doi = {10.1108/JSBED-10-2023-0488},
    pages = {1--23},
    month = {6},
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  • H. Landmann, W. Ziegler, and R. Gaschler, “Simulating climate policies influences how laypersons evaluate the effectiveness of climate protection measures,” Environment, Development and Sustainability, p. 1–15, 2024. doi:10.1007/s10668-024-05028-z
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Climate change simulations allow the experience of complex processes in rapid progression. Additionally, they hold the potential to enable citizens to quickly evaluate the impact of measures offered as political options to mitigate climate change. Taking En-roads as a test case, we investigated whether exposure to a web-based climate simulation influences laypersons’ views on effectiveness of such measures with an experiment in Germany (N = 271). High usability ratings ascertained that the simulation can be used by lay-persons without detailed support. In line with this, app usage was effective. Using the climate simulation led to higher self-efficacy with regard to being able to evaluate policies with the help of tools. Moreover, comparisons with the control group suggested that app usage affects beliefs about the impact of specific measures such as CO2 pricing. Taken together, the results suggest that online climate simulations such as En-roads can help inform and empower citizens in the process of mitigation of and adaptation to climate change.

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    journal = {Environment, Development and Sustainability},
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    abstract = {Climate change simulations allow the experience of complex processes in rapid progression. Additionally, they hold the potential to enable citizens to quickly evaluate the impact of measures offered as political options to mitigate climate change. Taking En-roads as a test case, we investigated whether exposure to a web-based climate simulation influences laypersons’ views on effectiveness of such measures with an experiment in Germany (N = 271). High usability ratings ascertained that the simulation can be used by lay-persons without detailed support. In line with this, app usage was effective. Using the climate simulation led to higher self-efficacy with regard to being able to evaluate policies with the help of tools. Moreover, comparisons with the control group suggested that app usage affects beliefs about the impact of specific measures such as CO2 pricing. Taken together, the results suggest that online climate simulations such as En-roads can help inform and empower citizens in the process of mitigation of and adaptation to climate change.},
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  • C. Weberhofer, Zukunftsbaustein: Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung im bundesländerübergreifenden BildungsRahmenPlan für elementare Bildungseinrichtungen, 2024.
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  • L. Jansen, P. Cunningham, S. Diehl, and R. Terlutter, “Corporate social responsibility in controversial industries: A literature review and research agenda,” Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 2024.
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    author = {Jansen, Linda and Cunningham, Peggy and Diehl, Sandra and Terlutter, Ralf},
    title = {{Corporate social responsibility in controversial industries: A literature review and research agenda}},
    journal = {Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management},
    year = {2024},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1002/csr.2813},
    }

  • D. Globocnik and P. Holzmann, “Sustainability-related product satisfaction – Development and application of a multi-dimensional measurement instrument,” Journal of Cleaner Production, iss. 448, 2024.
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    Given the increased pressure of customers on companies to engage in sustainability efforts, satisfying their sustainability expectations for their products is crucial. However, research on customer satisfaction so far has widely neglected sustainability concerns. Based on the sustainability literature we conceptualize a multi-dimensional measurement instrument for sustainability-related product satisfaction (SPS). Scale purification and validation using three independent samples support six subdimensions: sustainable product value, sustainable product manufacturing, sustainable product use, sustainable product life-cycle, product accessibility, and sustainable product end-of-life. The employed MIMIC approach lends support to the conceptualization of SPS as a Type II second-order factor model. Measurement invariance tests support the scale's cross-regional equivalence. When assessing criterion-related validity, we find that compared with other facets of product satisfaction, SPS is strongly related to increasing word-of-mouth but less so to customer loyalty. The availability of sustainability-related information is positively associated with SPS, which in turn contributes to overall product satisfaction.

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    journal = {Journal of Cleaner Production},
    year = {2024},
    abstract = {Given the increased pressure of customers on companies to engage in sustainability efforts, satisfying their sustainability expectations for their products is crucial. However, research on customer satisfaction so far has widely neglected sustainability concerns. Based on the sustainability literature we conceptualize a multi-dimensional measurement instrument for sustainability-related product satisfaction (SPS). Scale purification and validation using three independent samples support six subdimensions: sustainable product value, sustainable product manufacturing, sustainable product use, sustainable product life-cycle, product accessibility, and sustainable product end-of-life. The employed MIMIC approach lends support to the conceptualization of SPS as a Type II second-order factor model. Measurement invariance tests support the scale\'s cross-regional equivalence. When assessing criterion-related validity, we find that compared with other facets of product satisfaction, SPS is strongly related to increasing word-of-mouth but less so to customer loyalty. The availability of sustainability-related information is positively associated with SPS, which in turn contributes to overall product satisfaction.},
    number = {448},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2024.141567},
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  • F. Rauch, C. Glettler, R. Steiner, and M. Dulle, “Environmental and Sustainability Education in Austria,” in World Review Environmental and Sustainability Education in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals, M. Rieckmann and R. T. Munoz, Eds., New York: Routledge, 2024. doi:10.1201/9781003145202
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    In this chapter we trace the development in Austria in terms of education and sustainable development. We start by giving an overview about Austrian culture, political situation and its education system, before moving into the development of Environmental and Sustainability Education (ESE). From a historical perspective, environmental education found its way into the school system in the 1970s. In the following years the discourse turned mainly to global learning, political education, ecological education and peace education. In the 1990s, education for sustainable development found its way into the debate based on the first World Summit in Rio and was anchored in the context of environmental education and global citizenship education. A typical element for Austria is the connection between ESE and action research, primarily supported by the influential Project ENSI (Environment and School Initiatives). In the later chapters, the current situation and future trends and issues are presented. The current development is supported by the Agenda 2030 and especially by SDG 4. New Austrian-wide projects and platforms emerge based on established initiatives, structures and networks. However, challenges of the Austrian education system like equal education opportunities for all population groups still remain.

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    booktitle = {World Review Environmental and Sustainability Education in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals},
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    abstract = {In this chapter we trace the development in Austria in terms of education and sustainable development. We start by giving an overview about Austrian culture, political situation and its education system, before moving into the development of Environmental and Sustainability Education (ESE). From a historical perspective, environmental education found its way into the school system in the 1970s. In the following years the discourse turned mainly to global learning, political education, ecological education and peace education. In the 1990s, education for sustainable development found its way into the debate based on the first World Summit in Rio and was anchored in the context of environmental education and global citizenship education. A typical element for Austria is the connection between ESE and action research, primarily supported by the influential Project ENSI (Environment and School Initiatives). In the later chapters, the current situation and future trends and issues are presented. The current development is supported by the Agenda 2030 and especially by SDG 4. New Austrian-wide projects and platforms emerge based on established initiatives, structures and networks. However, challenges of the Austrian education system like equal education opportunities for all population groups still remain.},
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    isbn = {9781003145202},
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  • M. Mack, V. Novak-Geiger, M. Ukowitz, S. Pasterk, P. Amann, L. Lugaric, A. Varelija-Gerber, and C. Morgenstern, “Das Educational Innovation Lab for Sustainable MINT (EIL4MINT) – Ein Inkubator für innovative Bildungsideen,” in Forschungszeitung der Pädagogischen Hochschule Kärnten, , 2024, vol. 14, p. 7–12.
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    Mit dem „Educational Innovation Lab for Sustainable MINT (EIL4MINT)“ wurde ein Innovationslabor für Bildung geschaffen, das auf dem bereits seit 2017 bestehenden Educational Lab im Klagenfurter Lakeside Science & Technology Park aufbaut. Für die Umsetzung des EIL4MINT haben sich die Universität Klagenfurt, die Fachhochschule Kärnten, die Pädagogische Hochschule Kärnten sowie die Bildungsabteilung des Landes Kärnten und der Lakeside Science & Technology Park zusammengeschlossen.Im EIL4MINT werden Management-, Didaktik- und Wissenstransferkompetenzen angeboten, um Innovationstreibende bei der Umsetzung von innovativen und kreativen Bildungsformaten zu unterstützen. Das EIL4MINT bietet neben modernen Räumlichkeiten mit einer umfangreichen und flexiblen Ausstattung auch Lehr- und Lernmaterialien sowie den Zugang zu diversen Zielgruppen und einem vielfältigen Netzwerk von Stakeholdern aus dem Bildungsbereich und fokussiert auf das Innovationsfeld „Sustainable MINT“ und die Methodik des „forschend-entdeckenden Lernens“.

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  • C. Fischer, V. Radinger-Peer, L. Krainer, and M. Penker, “Communication tools and their support for integration in transdisciplinary research projects,” Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, vol. 11, iss. 120, p. 1–16, 2024. doi:10.1057/s41599-024-02607-3
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    This study investigated how different communication tools support integration in transdisciplinary research. Ten digital and analogue tools with different communication directions and degrees of participation were tested in a 3.5-year transdisciplinary research project.

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  • S. Korac, B. Moser-Plautz, S. Müller, and I. Saliterer, “Predictors of change outcomes in mandated change: unpacking the outcome triangle,” Public Management Review, p. 1–30, 2024. doi:10.1080/14719037.2023.2299931
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    This study utilizes the unique opportunity provided by a mandated change from cash-based to accrual-based reporting in local governments to explore the role of contextual, organizational and individual change-process-related factors in predicting different change outcomes. Based on two surveys conducted in 2019 and 2021, it investigates how information quality, interactional justice, organizational change readiness resources, and change-related perceived behavioural control affect three different change outcomes: implementation performance, enhanced reporting quality, and improved decision making. By offering a nuanced understanding of the mechanisms driving mandated change outcomes, the study provides key insights for policymakers and practitioners initiating or embarking on mandatory reforms.

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    journal = {Public Management Review},
    year = {2024},
    abstract = {This study utilizes the unique opportunity provided by a mandated change from cash-based to accrual-based reporting in local governments to explore the role of contextual, organizational and individual change-process-related factors in predicting different change outcomes. Based on two surveys conducted in 2019 and 2021, it investigates how information quality, interactional justice, organizational change readiness resources, and change-related perceived behavioural control affect three different change outcomes: implementation performance, enhanced reporting quality, and improved decision making. By offering a nuanced understanding of the mechanisms driving mandated change outcomes, the study provides key insights for policymakers and practitioners initiating or embarking on mandatory reforms.},
    doi = {10.1080/14719037.2023.2299931},
    pages = {1--30},
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  • F. Rauch, T. Plotz, M. Dulle, and E. Reichl, “Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung bietet Orientierung für das Lernen im Fachunterricht – Dilemmas und Widersprüche als Lernanlässe,” in Wirksamer Unterricht in BNE (Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung), A. Carrapatoso, M. Wilhelm, M. Rehm, and V. Reinhardt, Eds., Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren GmbH, 2024, vol. 19, p. 138–147.
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    author = {Rauch, Franz and Plotz, Thomas and Dulle, Mira and Reichl, Erich},
    title = {{Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung bietet Orientierung für das Lernen im Fachunterricht - Dilemmas und Widersprüche als Lernanlässe}},
    booktitle = {Wirksamer Unterricht in BNE (Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung)},
    publisher = {Schneider Verlag Hohengehren GmbH},
    year = {2024},
    editor = {Astrid Carrapatoso and Markus Wilhelm and Markus Rehm and Volker Reinhardt},
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  • M. Dulle and F. Rauch, “Das Netzwerk Ökologisierung von Schulen,” in Fokus Grundschule, A. Holzinger, S. Kopp-Sixt, S. Luttenberger, and D. Wohlhart, Eds., Münster, New York, München, Berlin: Waxmann, 2024, p. 189–194.
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    author = {Dulle, Mira and Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{Das Netzwerk Ökologisierung von Schulen}},
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    publisher = {Waxmann},
    year = {2024},
    editor = {Andrea Holzinger and Silvia Kopp-Sixt and Silke Luttenberger and David Wohlhart},
    pages = {189--194},
    address = {Münster, New York, München, Berlin },
    isbn = {9783830948193},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.31244/9783830998198},
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  • S. D. Schäfer, P. Cunningham, S. Diehl, and R. Terlutter, “Employees’ positive perceptions of corporate social responsibility create beneficial outcomes for firms and their employees: Organizational pride as a mediator,” Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, p. 2574–2587, 2024.
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    author = {Schäfer, Sarah Desirée and Cunningham, Peggy and Diehl, Sandra and Terlutter, Ralf},
    title = {{Employees' positive perceptions of corporate social responsibility create beneficial outcomes for firms and their employees: Organizational pride as a mediator}},
    journal = {Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management},
    year = {2024},
    pages = {2574--2587},
    month = {1},
    url = {http://doi.org/10.1002/csr.2699 },
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, Kaleda bei uns in Vorderberg: Dreikönigsbrauchtum Krale – Base: Ein Dokumentarfilm mit Begleitbroschüre von Herta Maurer-Lausegger, Herta Maurer-Lausegger, www.kwfilm.com, 2024, vol. 21.2.
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    Kaleda bei uns in Vorderberg: Dreikönigsbrauchtum Krale – Base: Ein Dokumentarfilm mit Begleitbroschüre von Herta Maurer-Lausegger. Deutschsprachige Mundartfassung im Original (USB, MPEG4-Video; Länge: 15:36, Begleitbroschüre, 20 S.). Produktionsleitung: Herta Maurer-Lausegger. Ferlach: © 2023 Herta Maurer-Lausegger, www.kwfilm.com, Eigenverlag der Herausgeberin (= Dialektdokumentationen = Narečne dokumentacije, 21.2. Originalversion im Kärntner Deutsch).

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2023

  • M. Borovcnik, “Die Rolle der Wahrscheinlichkeit für das Verständnis beurteilender Statistik,” Schriftenreihe zur Didaktik der Mathematik der Österreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft (ÖMG), p. 1–16, 2023.
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    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Die Rolle der Wahrscheinlichkeit für das Verständnis beurteilender Statistik}},
    journal = {Schriftenreihe zur Didaktik der Mathematik der Österreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft (ÖMG)},
    year = {2023},
    pages = {1--16},
    month = {12},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz and M. Messerschmidt, “Innovative learning environments“ nachhaltig verankern. Institutionalisierung von Innovationsprozessen im Educational Innovation Lab for Sustainable MINT, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Das Educational Innovation Lab for Sustainable MINT im Lakeside Science & Technology Park widmet sich als Bildungsentwicklungsorganisation der Strukturierung, Organisation, Begleitung, Dokumentation und Evaluation von Bildungsinnovationsprozessen. Das Begleitforschungsteam der Universität Klagenfurt unterstützt die Klärung des Innovationsverständnisses sowie die Konkretisierung der in Aussicht genommenen Designs und Instrumente der Begleitung von Innovationsprojekten. Darüber hinaus beschäftigt sich die Forschung mit der theoretischen Reflexion des Entwicklungsprozesses des Educational Lab und des Educational Innovation Lab.

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    month = {12},
    year = {2023},
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  • J. Harris and P. Sunley, “Multi-system dynamics in regional path upgrading ,” Progress in Economic Geography, vol. 1, iss. 2, p. 1–13, 2023.
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    author = {Harris, Jack and Sunley, Peter},
    title = {{Multi-system dynamics in regional path upgrading }},
    journal = {Progress in Economic Geography},
    year = {2023},
    volume = {1},
    number = {2},
    pages = {1--13},
    month = {12},
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  • A. Neureiter, M. Stubenvoll, and J. Matthes, “Is It Greenwashing? Environmental Compensation Claims in Advertising, Perceived Greenwashing, Political Consumerism, and Brand Outcomes,” Journal of Advertising, p. 1–19, 2023. doi:10.1080/00913367.2023.2268718
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Companies increasingly employ environmental compensation claims in their advertisements. This practice, however, has been criticized as being a form of greenwashing. In two studies, we examined associations between the exposure to abstract and concrete compensation claims, consumers’ perceived greenwashing, environmental boycotting and buycotting intentions, and brand evaluation as well as purchase intentions. Further, we investigated the moderating role of consumers’ environmental knowledge. In Study 1, findings from a two-wave panel survey (NW2 = 511) indicated that exposure to abstract compensation claims was positively related to perceived greenwashing, whereas exposure to concrete compensation claims was not. Environmental knowledge did not influence perceptions of greenwashing in either claim. Using experimental data, Study 2 (N = 423) showed that concrete compensation claims can also lead to perceived greenwashing but to a lesser extent than abstract ones. Furthermore, environmental knowledge helped consumers detect greenwashing in both claims. In both studies, perceived greenwashing positively predicted consumers’ intention to join environmental boycotts but not buycotts. In addition, Study 2 showed that perceived greenwashing was negatively associated with purchase intentions. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.

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    author = {Neureiter, Ariadne and Stubenvoll, Marlis and Matthes, Jörg},
    title = {{Is It Greenwashing? Environmental Compensation Claims in Advertising, Perceived Greenwashing, Political Consumerism, and Brand Outcomes}},
    journal = {Journal of Advertising},
    year = {2023},
    abstract = {Companies increasingly employ environmental compensation claims in their advertisements. This practice, however, has been criticized as being a form of greenwashing. In two studies, we examined associations between the exposure to abstract and concrete compensation claims, consumers’ perceived greenwashing, environmental boycotting and buycotting intentions, and brand evaluation as well as purchase intentions. Further, we investigated the moderating role of consumers’ environmental knowledge. In Study 1, findings from a two-wave panel survey (NW2 = 511) indicated that exposure to abstract compensation claims was positively related to perceived greenwashing, whereas exposure to concrete compensation claims was not. Environmental knowledge did not influence perceptions of greenwashing in either claim. Using experimental data, Study 2 (N = 423) showed that concrete compensation claims can also lead to perceived greenwashing but to a lesser extent than abstract ones. Furthermore, environmental knowledge helped consumers detect greenwashing in both claims. In both studies, perceived greenwashing positively predicted consumers’ intention to join environmental boycotts but not buycotts. In addition, Study 2 showed that perceived greenwashing was negatively associated with purchase intentions. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.},
    doi = {10.1080/00913367.2023.2268718},
    pages = {1--19},
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    }

  • R. Wetzl-Piewald, C. Haller, P. Gregori, E. Schwarz, and G. Hellwagner-Beham, Social Business Report Süd, 2023.
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Wetzl-Piewald, Rüdiger and Haller, Christina and Gregori, Patrick and Schwarz, Erich and Hellwagner-Beham, Gertraud},
    title = {Social Business Report Süd},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {11},
    year = {2023},
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  • J. Harris and B. S. Thompson, “Supporting places left to the sea: A place-based research agenda for regional coastal transformations in the blue economy,” Progress in Environmental Geography, vol. 2, iss. 4, p. 266–288, 2023.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c48cfbaee6018cfee7e285066c,
    author = {Harris, Jack and Thompson, Benjamin S.},
    title = {{Supporting places left to the sea: A place-based research agenda for regional coastal transformations in the blue economy}},
    journal = {Progress in Environmental Geography},
    year = {2023},
    volume = {2},
    number = {4},
    pages = {266--288},
    month = {11},
    }

  • T. M. Schuschnig and G. Fritz-Schmied, “Die Umsetzung der Berichterstattung gem. EU-Taxonomie-VO durch österreichische beösennotiert Nicht-Finanzunternehmen,” KoR IFRS – Zeitschrift für internationale und kapitalmarktorientierte Rechnungslegung, iss. 11-12, p. 444–450, 2023.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c48beabdd5018beccd9294010f,
    author = {Schuschnig, Tanja Maria and Fritz-Schmied, Gudrun},
    title = {{Die Umsetzung der Berichterstattung gem. EU-Taxonomie-VO durch österreichische beösennotiert Nicht-Finanzunternehmen}},
    journal = {KoR IFRS - Zeitschrift für internationale und kapitalmarktorientierte Rechnungslegung},
    year = {2023},
    number = {11-12},
    pages = {444--450},
    month = {11},
    }

  • C. Lammer, “Social Policy as Knowledge Process: How Its Sociotechnical Links to Labour Reconfigure the Social Question,” Global Social Policy, 2023. doi:10.1177/14680181231210158
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    The relationship between labour and social policy is at the heart of the social question. Scholars often treat this link as either a causal relation out there or a conceptual connection in policy makers’ minds. This article examines its sociotechnical materiality instead. It follows anthropologists who ask how bureaucrats practice policy and scholars of science and technology studies who explore how social and technical aspects are interrelated in knowledge processes. China studies has suggested that the minimum livelihood guarantee (dibao) was originally designed as a market-oriented response to transformations of labour such as mass layoffs, peasant proletarianisation and associated unrest but later revamped to only combat extreme poverty. Ethnographic insights into dibao policy in a village in Sichuan show how its designed links to labour were erased and transformed through different methods of bureaucratic targeting, as well as expectations about the bureaucratic ability to know. For a time, dibao was even integrated into alternative rural development projects aimed at decommodification. Studying social policy as a knowledge process uncovers how its sociotechnical links to labour reconfigure it as an answer to the social question.

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    author = {Lammer, Christof},
    title = {{Social Policy as Knowledge Process: How Its Sociotechnical Links to Labour Reconfigure the Social Question}},
    journal = {Global Social Policy},
    year = {2023},
    abstract = {The relationship between labour and social policy is at the heart of the social question. Scholars often treat this link as either a causal relation out there or a conceptual connection in policy makers’ minds. This article examines its sociotechnical materiality instead. It follows anthropologists who ask how bureaucrats practice policy and scholars of science and technology studies who explore how social and technical aspects are interrelated in knowledge processes. China studies has suggested that the minimum livelihood guarantee (dibao) was originally designed as a market-oriented response to transformations of labour such as mass layoffs, peasant proletarianisation and associated unrest but later revamped to only combat extreme poverty. Ethnographic insights into dibao policy in a village in Sichuan show how its designed links to labour were erased and transformed through different methods of bureaucratic targeting, as well as expectations about the bureaucratic ability to know. For a time, dibao was even integrated into alternative rural development projects aimed at decommodification. Studying social policy as a knowledge process uncovers how its sociotechnical links to labour reconfigure it as an answer to the social question.},
    doi = {10.1177/14680181231210158},
    month = {11},
    }

  • S. Nessel, N. Tröger, C. Fridrich, R. Hübner, M. Jonas, and P. Riefler, “Mehr als Kaufen!? ,” in Partizipation: Das Zusammenwirken der Vielen für Umwelt, Wirtschaft und Demokratie“, Münster: Waxmann Verlag GmbH, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    spannende und aktuelle Facetten der Transformationsdebatte

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    title = {{Mehr als Kaufen!? }},
    booktitle = {Partizipation: Das Zusammenwirken der Vielen für Umwelt, Wirtschaft und Demokratie“},
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  • D. Voci and M. Karmasin, “Sustainability communication: how to communicate an inconvenient truth in the era of scientific mistrust,” Journal of Communication Management, 2023. doi:10.1108/jcom-05-2022-0060
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c68b36482c018b38d28d610007,
    author = {Voci, Denise and Karmasin, Matthias},
    title = {{Sustainability communication: how to communicate an inconvenient truth in the era of scientific mistrust}},
    journal = {Journal of Communication Management},
    year = {2023},
    doi = {10.1108/jcom-05-2022-0060},
    month = {10},
    }

  • M. Arbeiter, A. Gebhardt, and G. Spöck, “Pollutant Dispersion Simulation by Means of a Stochastic Particle Model and a Dynamic Gaussian Plume Model,” in Statistical Modeling and Simulation for Experimental Design and Machine Learning Applications, J. Pilz, V. B. Melas, and A. Bathke, Eds., Berlin: Springer, 2023, p. 31–49. doi:10.1007/978-3-031-40055-1_3
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c78bfa30f7018bfca236f500a2,
    author = {Arbeiter, Maximilian and Gebhardt, Albrecht and Spöck, Gunter},
    title = {{Pollutant Dispersion Simulation by Means of a Stochastic Particle Model and a Dynamic Gaussian Plume Model}},
    booktitle = {Statistical Modeling and Simulation for Experimental Design and Machine Learning Applications},
    publisher = {Springer},
    year = {2023},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-031-40055-1\_3},
    editor = {Jürgen Pilz and V B Melas and Arne Bathke},
    pages = {31--49},
    address = {Berlin},
    month = {10},
    isbn = {9783031400544},
    }

  • T. Vučajnk, “Utemeljitev priznanja dr. Herti Maurer-Lausegger za znanstvenoraziskovalno odličnost na področju slovenistike,” in Naslavljanje raznolikosti v jeziku in književnosti, Ljubljana: Zveza društev Slavistično društvo Slovenije, 2023, p. 561–562.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Utemeljitev priznanja dr. Herti Maurer-Lausegger za znanstvenoraziskovalno odličnost na področju slovenistike. In: Jožica Jožef Beg, Mia Hočevar, Neža Kočnik (Hg.): Naslavljanje raznolikosti v jeziku in književnosti : [Slovenski slavistični kongres, Maribor, 28.-30. september 2023]. Slovenski slavistični kongres (2023, Maribor) (= Zbornik Slavističnega društva Slovenije). Ljubljana : Zveza društev Slavistično društvo Slovenije, 2023, S. 561–562.ISBN: 978-961-6715-45-4

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    booktitle = {Naslavljanje raznolikosti v jeziku in književnosti },
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    abstract = {Utemeljitev priznanja dr. Herti Maurer-Lausegger za znanstvenoraziskovalno odličnost na področju slovenistike. In: Jožica Jožef Beg, Mia Hočevar, Neža Kočnik (Hg.): Naslavljanje raznolikosti v jeziku in književnosti : [Slovenski slavistični kongres, Maribor, 28.-30. september 2023]. Slovenski slavistični kongres (2023, Maribor) (= Zbornik Slavističnega društva Slovenije). Ljubljana : Zveza društev Slavistično društvo Slovenije, 2023, S. 561–562.ISBN: 978-961-6715-45-4},
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    month = {10},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, “Brauchtum im Wandel,” Die Brücke. Kärntens Kulturzeitschrift, vol. 35, p. 20–21, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Die Brücke. Kärntens Kulturzeitschrift (Brückengeneration 5, Band 37 ), Klagenfurt : Amt der Kärntner Landesregierung, Abteilung 14 – Kunst und Kultur, 2023, S. 12 – 12.

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    year = {2023},
    abstract = {Die Brücke. Kärntens Kulturzeitschrift (Brückengeneration 5, Band 37 ), Klagenfurt : Amt der Kärntner Landesregierung, Abteilung 14 - Kunst und Kultur, 2023, S. 12 - 12.},
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  • A. Bauer and D. Fuchs, “Modeling for nano risk assessment and management: The development of integrated governance tools and the potential role of technology assessment,” Technikfolgenabschätzung. Theorie und Praxis, vol. 32, iss. 1, p. 18–23, 2023. doi:10.14512/tatup.32.1.18
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In nano risk governance, we observe a trend toward coupling and integrating a variety of computational models into integrated risk governance tools. This article discusses the development and design of such integrated tools as ‘nano risk governance imaginaries in the making.’ Using an illustrative example, the SUNDS tool, we show how the tool manifests conceptual shifts from risk to innovation governance, a technocratic evidence culture based on the quantification of risks, and an envisioned application in industrial innovation management. This conceptualization runs the risk of narrowing the view of nano risks and cementing the widely lamented democratic deficit in risk governance. We therefore conclude that the development and application of integrated governance tools are highly relevant for technology assessment (TA) and TA should actively engage in their development processes.

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  • A. Bauer, T. Udrea, and L. Capari, “The politics of models: Socio-political discourses in modeling of energy transition and transnational trade policies,” Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis, vol. 32, iss. 1, p. 49–55, 2023. doi:10.14512/tatup.32.1.49
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In this article, we discuss the (re)production of socio-political discourses in two modeling communities, energy transition and transnational trade. Methodologically, we build on bibliometric and qualitative analyses of academic articles. Our analyses show how models structure epistemic communities and are closely linked to specific discourses. The modeling of the energy transition is driven by and contributes to discourses on mitigating climate change and access to energy. Different trade models address either multilateral or regional trade, yet in each case favoring international trade. Overall, we illustrate how the ‘politics of models’ does not only concern their use at the science-policy interface, but is already inscribed in their development, application, and scientific exploitation. These analyses may help experts, policy makers, and the public to better assess the knowledge claims and evidence politics of computer modeling.

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  • C. Lammer and A. Thiemann, “Introduction: Infrastructuring Value,” Ethnos, vol. 89, iss. 2, p. 195–218, 2023. doi:10.1080/00141844.2023.2180063
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Exploring infrastructure has much to offer for economic anthropology. Inspired by the convergence of literatures on value and infrastructure in studies of financialisation, we develop the analytics of ‘infrastructures of value’ on old terrain: agriculture. Infrastructure facilitates valuation practices and enables valorisation as fixed capital. Material networks emerging from practices of infrastructuring also mediate value by facilitating, channelling, or hindering the circulation – movement and metamorphoses – of objects, people and ideas. Shifting attention from the social life of things to the infrastructure undergirding their circulation fills a major gap in David Graeber’s theory of value: it directs attention to how actions become incorporated into larger wholes. Various infrastructures and the frictions between them shape value by connecting producers and consumers, separating contents, and communicating evidence of qualities of food. Ethnographic attention to this material relationality of value invigorates dialogue between new and historical materialism and challenges binaries in economic thought.

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  • Infrastructures of Value: New and Historical Materialities in Agriculture, C. Lammer and A. Thiemann, Eds., Taylor & Francis, 2023, vol. 89. doi:10.1080/00141844.2023.2180063
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Exploring infrastructure has much to offer for economic anthropology. Inspired by the convergence of literatures on value and infrastructure in studies of financialisation, we develop the analytics of ‘infrastructures of value’ on old terrain: agriculture. Infrastructure facilitates valuation practices and enables valorisation as fixed capital. Material networks emerging from practices of infrastructuring also mediate value by facilitating, channelling, or hindering the circulation – movement and metamorphoses – of objects, people and ideas. Ethnographic insights from Australia, China, Moldova, Serbia and Italy show how infrastructures shape value of agricultural matter such as land, wine, yeasts and soils, rice, vegetables and fruit. Shifting attention from the social life of things to the infrastructure undergirding their circulation fills a major gap in David Graeber’s theory of value: it directs attention to how actions become incorporated into larger wholes. Various infrastructures and the frictions between them shape value by connecting producers and consumers, separating contents, and communicating evidence of qualities of food. Ethnographic attention to this material relationality of value invigorates dialogue between new and historical materialism and challenges binaries in economic thought.Contents:Introduction: Infrastructuring Value* by Christof Lammer & André ThiemannInfrastructures of Farmland Valuation in Australia* by Sarah R. SippelNature’s Value: Evidencing a Moldovan Terroir Through Scientific Infrastructures* by Daniela Ana Peasant in a Bottle: Infrastructures of Containment for an Italian Wine Cooperative* by Oscar KrügerValuing Organics: Labels, People, and the Materiality of Information Infrastructure in China* by Christof LammerInfrastructuring ‘Red Gold’: Agronomists, Cold Chains, and the Involution of Serbia’s Raspberry Country by André ThiemannInfrastructuring Value Worlds: Connections and Conventions of Capitalist Accumulation by Edward F. Fischer* = open access

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  • C. Lammer, “Valuing Organics: Labels, People, and the Materiality of Information Infrastructure in China,” Ethnos, vol. 89, iss. 2, p. 269–288, 2023. doi:10.1080/00141844.2022.2163272
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Certification schemes and alternative food networks have often been studied separately or using different analytical concepts. Ethnographic research in Sichuan Province, China shows how a cooperative used both labels and people to inform consumers about the ecological quality and trustworthiness of its food, thereby obtaining price premiums. Using information infrastructure as the common analytical vocabulary for exploring both certification and performances of face-to-face relations unearths unexpected commonalities amidst presumed otherness. The infrastructure lens draws attention to the importance of scientific planning and materiality: the force of specific features of different crops and modes of production. Information infrastructures – whether labels or people – depend on, and affect, the materiality of whatever they are supposed to be informing about. They do not simply convey information, but shape value as they interact with and intervene in what is produced.

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  • G. Garcia-Santos, M. Puff, M. Orel, and A. Bohner, Preliminary study about soil compaction and awareness in grasslands in Carinthia (south Austria), 2023. doi:10.5194/egusphere-egu23-11647
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The study of the causes and possible remediation strategies at regional level complies with the current European Green deal to monitor soil compaction. We have investigated the influence of different management strategies (use of cattle and machinery) on the storage density and the penetration resistance of permanent grasslands in the south of Austria (Carinthia) based on the recent evidences of soil compaction in two grasslands as studied by Klinger et al. in (2019). Based on this, we have extended the study by selecting more than ten grasslands within two catchments with different management strategies.The studied indicators were bulk density, soil texture, plant indicators, infiltration capacity, water repellence, water content and electric conductivity at the surface level. Soil profiles of approximately 30 cm were also studied to detect the possible compaction layer and vertical bulk density variations. First results may explain spatial topographical differences i.e. slope and hydrological soil properties and interestingly in some cases, possible correlation between the use of cattle and number of entries in the field and compaction level. We checked if these results contributed or matched farmers awareness.

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    url = {https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU23/EGU23-11647.html},
    }

  • B. Moser-Plautz and S. Korac, “Debate: Austria and Germany—diametrically-opposed approaches to gender budgeting,” Public Money & Management, vol. 43, iss. 6, p. 530–531, 2023. doi:10.1080/09540962.2023.2172819
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Moser-Plautz, Birgit and Korac, Sanja},
    title = {{Debate: Austria and Germany—diametrically-opposed approaches to gender budgeting}},
    journal = {Public Money \& Management},
    year = {2023},
    doi = {10.1080/09540962.2023.2172819},
    volume = {43},
    number = {6},
    pages = {530--531},
    month = {2},
    }

  • M. Plesche and G. Garcia-Santos, “Austria – Wood-based Building in Vienna,” , Geneva 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    When it comes to sustainability and circularity, wood as a natural raw material has several advantages over other building materials. As a bio-based resource, it has considerable benefits concerning greenhouse gas emissions, carbon-storing, thermal insulation as well as human health and well-being compared to other construction materials. New types of wood products, being the result of extensive research, enable the extensive use of wood in tall buildings. At the same time, innovative wood products provide less manufacturing waste, low carbon-emission alternatives and store massive quantities of carbon while new technologies speed construction processes, promote energy efficiency and minimize waste. This study examines the benefits of wood as a construction material and discusses practices applied in the wood construction sector from the perspective of circularity, sustainability and climate change mitigation. It analyses how circularity concepts can be applied in the construction industry using different construction methods and at different stages of value chains. The study describes how different construction techniques and practices contribute to the renewal and sustainability of construction value chains. The analysis is supported by examples of good practice in UNECE member States. unece.org/sites/default/files/2023-05/ECE_TIM_DP95E_web.pdf

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  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, Kufenstechen bei uns in Vorderberg, Herta Maurer-Lausegger, www.kwfilm.com, 2023, vol. 20.2.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Immaterielles Kulturerbe / Nesnovna dediščina – Im Jahr 2018 wurde das Element “Untergailtaler Kirchtagsbräuche und die Untergailtaler Tracht / Ziljski žegen in ziljska noša” in das Verzeichnis des Immateriellen Kulturerbes der Österreichischen UNESCO-Kommissiom aufgenommen. / V letu 2018 je Avstrijska Unescova komisija v seznam nesnovne dediščine sprejela element “Untergailtaler Kirchtagsbräuche und die Untergailtaler Tracht / Ziljski žegen in ziljska noša”.Dokumentiert werden der Vorderberger Kirchtag am 1. Juli 2018 und das regionale Kärntner Deutsch von Vorderberg. Der gesamte Tagesablauf des Kirchtags – vom Kirchgang, über das Kufenstechen bis hin zum Tanz unter der Linde – „prvi rej“ wird mit der Filmkamera begleitet und festgehalten. USB, MPEG4-Video; Länge: 16:30, (inkl. Textbeilage, Printausgabe, 16 S.). Produktionsleitung: Herta Maurer-Lausegger. Kamera: Ivan Klarič, Valentin Čertov; Editing: Valentin Čertov [ARTIS Filmproduktions- GmbH., Klagenfurt am Wörthersee], 2022. Ferlach: © 2023 Herta Maurer-Lausegger, www.kwfilm.com, Eigenverlag der Herausgeberin (= Dialektdokumentationen = Narečne dokumentacije, 20.2. Originalversionen im Kärntner Deutsch).

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  • J. Baumgartner and G. Garcia-Santos, “Circularity concepts in wood construction,” , Geneva 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    When it comes to sustainability and circularity, wood as a natural raw material has several advantages over other building materials. As a bio-based resource, it has considerable benefits concerning greenhouse gas emissions, carbon-storing, thermal insulation as well as human health and well-being compared to other construction materials. New types of wood products, being the result of extensive research, enable the extensive use of wood in tall buildings. At the same time, innovative wood products provide less manufacturing waste, low carbon-emission alternatives and store massive quantities of carbon while new technologies speed construction processes, promote energy efficiency and minimize waste. This study examines the benefits of wood as a construction material and discusses practices applied in the wood construction sector from the perspective of circularity, sustainability and climate change mitigation. It analyses how circularity concepts can be applied in the construction industry using different construction methods and at different stages of value chains. The study describes how different construction techniques and practices contribute to the renewal and sustainability of construction value chains. The analysis is supported by examples of good practice in UNECE member States.

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    abstract = {When it comes to sustainability and circularity, wood as a natural raw material has several advantages over other building materials. As a bio-based resource, it has considerable benefits concerning greenhouse gas emissions, carbon-storing, thermal insulation as well as human health and well-being compared to other construction materials. New types of wood products, being the result of extensive research, enable the extensive use of wood in tall buildings. At the same time, innovative wood products provide less manufacturing waste, low carbon-emission alternatives and store massive quantities of carbon while new technologies speed construction processes, promote energy efficiency and minimize waste. This study examines the benefits of wood as a construction material and discusses practices applied in the wood construction sector from the perspective of circularity, sustainability and climate change mitigation. It analyses how circularity concepts can be applied in the construction industry using different construction methods and at different stages of value chains. The study describes how different construction techniques and practices contribute to the renewal and sustainability of construction value chains. The analysis is supported by examples of good practice in UNECE member States.},
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    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, M. Schneider-Mayerson, W. Malecki, and F. Hakemulder, “Empirical Ecocriticism: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Environmental Narrative,” in Empirical Ecocriticism: Environmental Narratives for Social Change, A. W. von Mossner, M. Schneider-Mayerson, W. Malecki, and F. Hakemulder, Eds., Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2023, p. 1–27.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c5829f43fc0182a2b6e67500c6,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa and Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew and Malecki, Wojciech and Hakemulder, Frank},
    title = {{Empirical Ecocriticism: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Environmental Narrative}},
    booktitle = {Empirical Ecocriticism: Environmental Narratives for Social Change},
    publisher = {University of Minnesota Press},
    year = {2023},
    editor = {Alexa Weik von Mossner and Matthew Schneider-Mayerson and Wojciech Malecki and Frank Hakemulder},
    pages = {1--27},
    address = {Minneapolis},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, M. Schneider-Mayerson, W. Malecki, and F. Hakemulder, Empirical Ecocriticism: Environmental Narratives for Social Change, University of Minnesota Press, 2023.
    [BibTeX]
    @book{0f4de0c5829f43fc0182a26082d10021,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa and Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew and Malecki, Wojciech and Hakemulder, Frank},
    title = {{Empirical Ecocriticism: Environmental Narratives for Social Change}},
    publisher = {University of Minnesota Press},
    year = {2023},
    }

  • B. Moser-Plautz, S. Korac, and I. Saliterer, “Gender Budgeting,” in Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, A. Farazmand, Ed., Springer, Cham, 2023. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-31816-5_4064-1
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c778ce24f80178d0289819021f,
    author = {Moser-Plautz, Birgit and Korac, Sanja and Saliterer, Iris},
    title = {{Gender Budgeting}},
    booktitle = {Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance},
    publisher = {Springer, Cham},
    year = {2023},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-31816-5\_4064-1},
    editor = {Ali Farazmand},
    isbn = {978-3-030-66251-6},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, “Identitete in šege v Alpsko-jadranskem prostoru s težiščem na Koroškem,” in HAK / TAK. Zweisprachige Bundeshandelsakademie / Dvojezičn zvezna trgovska akademija: 33. Report – 2022/23., Klagenfurt: Vodstvo Dvojezične zvezne trgovske akademije v Celovcu, 2023, p. 84–85.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c58cf5ace0018cf5db93d40038,
    author = {Maurer-Lausegger, Herta},
    title = {{Identitete in šege v Alpsko-jadranskem prostoru s težiščem na Koroškem}},
    booktitle = {HAK / TAK. Zweisprachige Bundeshandelsakademie / Dvojezičn zvezna trgovska akademija: 33. Report – 2022/23.},
    publisher = {Vodstvo Dvojezične zvezne trgovske akademije v Celovcu},
    year = {2023},
    pages = {84--85},
    address = {Klagenfurt },
    }

  • C. Weberhofer and J. Biedermann, Umwelterklärung Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt 2022, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Im Rahmen vom Umweltmanagementsystem EMAS bringt die Universität Klagenfurt jedes Jahr eine Umwelterklärung mit ihren Umweltleistungen heraus.

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    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline and Biedermann, Judith},
    title = {Umwelterklärung Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt 2022},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {4},
    year = {2023},
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  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, Kufenstechen bei uns in Vorderberg. Filmtext des deutschen mundartlichen Originals in standardisierter deutscher Übersetzung, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Übersetzung (aus dem Kärntner Deutsch in standardisiertes Deutsch; Sprecher: Josef Zimmermann) des Filmtextes in der beiliegenden Broschüre zum Dokumentarfilm: Herta Maurer-Lausegger: Kufenstechen bei uns in Vorderberg. Ein Dokumentarfilm mit Begleitbroschüre von Herta Maurer-Lausegger, (USB, MPEG4 Video; Länge: 16:30). Produktionsleitung: Herta Maurer-Lausegger. Kamera: Ivan Klarič, Valentin Čertov; Editing: Valentin Čertov [ARTIS Filmproduktions- GmbH., Klagenfurt am Wörthersee], 2022. Ferlach: © 2023 Herta Maurer-Lausegger, www.kwfilm.com, Eigenverlag der Herausgeberin (= Dialektdokumentationen = Narečne dokumentacije, 20.2. Originalversionen im Kärntner Deutsch), S. 6–14.

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    howpublished = {Print},
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    url = {https://www.kwfilm.com},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, “Narodno blago iz Roža 1936/37. Dialektološka in etnološka zakladnica v rožanskem narečju,” Jezikoslovni zapiski: zbornik Inštituta za slovenski jezik Frana Ramovša, p. 107–125, 2023.
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Maurer-Lausegger, Herta},
    title = {{Narodno blago iz Roža 1936/37. Dialektološka in etnološka zakladnica v rožanskem narečju}},
    journal = {Jezikoslovni zapiski: zbornik Inštituta za slovenski jezik Frana Ramovša },
    year = {2023},
    pages = {107--125},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, “Podjunsko narečje,” in Koledar Mohorjeve družbe v Celovcu za prestopno leto 2024, H. Filipič and K. Hren, Eds., Klagenfurt: Mohorjeva družba, 2023, p. 42–48.
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Maurer-Lausegger, Herta},
    title = {{Podjunsko narečje}},
    booktitle = {Koledar Mohorjeve družbe v Celovcu za prestopno leto 2024},
    publisher = {Mohorjeva družba},
    year = {2023},
    editor = {Hanzi Filipič and Karl Hren},
    pages = {42--48},
    address = {Klagenfurt},
    }

  • E. C. Teppan, G. Da Col, M. Hudelist, E. Eggeling, C. Schinko, and C. Surtmann, “Sensorbasierte Feuchtigkeitsprognose für Flachdächer,” in Jahrbuch Instandhaltungstage, A. Dankl and J. Isopp, Eds., Graz: Leykam Buchverlagsgesellschaft m.b.H. Nfg. & Co. KG, 2023, vol. 2023, p. 136–138.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c68bbc6480018bbf19eae3003d,
    author = {Teppan, Erich Christian and Da Col, Giacomo and Hudelist, Marco and Eggeling, Eva and Schinko, Christoph and Surtmann, Christof},
    title = {{Sensorbasierte Feuchtigkeitsprognose für Flachdächer}},
    booktitle = {Jahrbuch Instandhaltungstage},
    publisher = {Leykam Buchverlagsgesellschaft m.b.H. Nfg. \& Co. KG},
    year = {2023},
    editor = {Andreas Dankl and Jutta Isopp},
    volume = {2023},
    pages = {136--138},
    address = {Graz},
    isbn = {978-3-7011-0514-4},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, ” Tracing Loss in Times of Rapid Climate Change: Figures of Absence in Omar El Akkad’s American War.,” English Studies, p. 1–21, 2023. doi:10.1080/0013838X.2023.2189362
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c7881d2be801881e357169001a,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{ Tracing Loss in Times of Rapid Climate Change: Figures of Absence in Omar El Akkad’s American War.}},
    journal = {English Studies},
    year = {2023},
    doi = {10.1080/0013838X.2023.2189362},
    pages = {1--21},
    month = {3},
    url = {https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0013838X.2023.2189362},
    }

  • R. E. Lerchster and M. M. Spindler, Gruppen:Dynamik, Verlag für Systemische Forschung im Carl-Auer Verlag, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Unternehmen und Organisationen sehen sich aktuell mit Veränderungen von bisher nicht gekannter Komplexität und Geschwindigkeit konfrontiert. Ob sie darin bestehen können, hängt vor allem davon ab, wie die Beteiligten sich verhalten, seien sie Mitarbeiter:in, Führungskraft oder Beratende. Eine Schlüsselqualifikation für zukunftsfähige Führung udn Beratung heißt Gruppendynamik: Als Analyseinstrument kann sie dysfunktionale Strukturen in Organisationen aufdecken, als Interventionsmethode hilft sie, unproduktive Muser in Gruppen zu bearbeiten; und als Forschungsdisziplin gibt sie fundierte Hinweise zu Themen wie Transformation und Diversität. Die Herausgeber:innen Ruth Lerchster und Maria Spindler und 23 weitere renommierte Gruppendynamiker:innen präsentieren erfahrungsbewährte Vorschläge für Teamentwicklungen wie für die Gestaltung organisationaler und gesellschaftlicher Prozesse.

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    year = {2023},
    abstract = {Unternehmen und Organisationen sehen sich aktuell mit Veränderungen von bisher nicht gekannter Komplexität und Geschwindigkeit konfrontiert. Ob sie darin bestehen können, hängt vor allem davon ab, wie die Beteiligten sich verhalten, seien sie Mitarbeiter:in, Führungskraft oder Beratende. Eine Schlüsselqualifikation für zukunftsfähige Führung udn Beratung heißt Gruppendynamik: Als Analyseinstrument kann sie dysfunktionale Strukturen in Organisationen aufdecken, als Interventionsmethode hilft sie, unproduktive Muser in Gruppen zu bearbeiten; und als Forschungsdisziplin gibt sie fundierte Hinweise zu Themen wie Transformation und Diversität. Die Herausgeber:innen Ruth Lerchster und Maria Spindler und 23 weitere renommierte Gruppendynamiker:innen präsentieren erfahrungsbewährte Vorschläge für Teamentwicklungen wie für die Gestaltung organisationaler und gesellschaftlicher Prozesse.},
    month = {6},
    isbn = {978-3-8497-0486-5},
    url = {https://www.carl-auer.de/gruppen-dynamik},
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  • D. Fuchs, A. Bauer, and A. Bogner, ““That was not the discussion we wanted to have”: Engagement of civil society organizations with synthetic biology ,” Public Understanding of Science, vol. 32, iss. 6, p. 676–690, 2023. doi:10.1177/09636625231164940
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Responsible Research and Innovation calls for comprehensive public and stakeholder involvement. Its specific requirements, however, have raised criticism concerning the limitation of engagement opportunities for actors like Civil Society Organizations that do not share mainstream perspectives on technological innovations. Our article investigates the engagement of critical Civil Society Organizations in public debates and dialogues on synthetic biology and asks how they contribute to opening up respective debates. Based on three case studies, we show how Civil Society Organizations engage in and frame the debate on synthetic biology in different organizational formats. We find that Civil Society Organizations have explicitly challenged visions of a sustainable future by airing concerns about its risks and adverse impacts and engage in ontological debates about synthetic biology. Yet, we argue that different engagement formats are needed to ensure a diverse public debate on synthetic biology.

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  • F. Rauch and M. Dulle, “The Austrian ECOLOG Schools Network: Results of a quantitative Evaluation,” Sisyphus Journal of Education, vol. 11, iss. 02, p. 94–107, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This paper describes networking for education for sustainable development within the Austrian ECOLOG-schools network. It discusses theoretical concepts of Education for Sustainable Development and school development from an Austrian perspective, as well as networks in education in general and the organisation of the ECOLOG-network in particular. ECOLOG is a programme and network for the greening of schools and education for sustainability in Austria. For 25 years, over 700 ECOLOG schools and 13 colleges of teacher education have been integrating an ecological approach into their everyday school life and school development. Throughout the ECOLOG-schools network's existence, a series of evaluations, inquiries, and studies have been produced (Rauch & Pfaffenwimmer, 2020). Based on these evaluations and to obtain current quantitative data on the implementation of ECOLOG at the participating schools, a questionnaire survey was sent to all ECOLOG school coordinators with 154 respondents (25\% response rate) in the school year 2018/19, with the aim of deriving relevant measures to support ECOLOG schools. The results show that the coordinators implemented the ECOLOG principles in their everyday school life through environmentally conscious actions, while pupils learned how to deal with limited resources and were exposed to new ways of thinking and working. However, there is still room for improvement, for instance in shaping cooperation with out-of-school partners.

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  • Y. Lytvyshko, Language biographies for the study of Suržyk Speakers, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Lytvyshko, Yevheniia},
    title = {Language biographies for the study of Suržyk Speakers},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {9},
    year = {2023},
    url = {https://www.oegsd.at/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/Extended\_Abstract\_Band\_zur\_14.-OeGSD\_-NWT\_2023.pdf},
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  • N. Wohlgemuth, “Renewable Energy and Sustainability Co-Impacts,” Renewable energy and sustainability co-impacts, p. 1–2, 2023. doi:10.33552/SJRR.2023.03.000574
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The objective of this opinion paper is to point to synergies and trade-offs between efforts to achieve the renewable energy-related sustainable development goal (SDG7) and delivery of the 2030 Agenda as a whole. Synergies include reduced impacts from climate change; improved air quality and human health; water conservation (for example from reduced water evaporation from floating solar); increased agricultural yields of shade-tolerant crops; and coastal protection from flooding and erosion by wave energy installations; Trade-offs comprise increased mining of rare earth metals; reduced local land rights; increased threats to cultural heritage as a result of mining; increased greenhouse gas emissions from land use change; fork – feed – fuel trade-off associated with agro-fuel production; and reduced biodiversity resulting from land use change. Therefore, an energy transition involves much more than replacing fossil fuels by renewable ones because any form of energy provision and consumption is associated with a variety of social and environmental co-impacts. There is a need of more holistic energy planning that balances trade-offs and synergies among and within the individual SDGs.

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    year = {2023},
    abstract = {The objective of this opinion paper is to point to synergies and trade-offs between efforts to achieve the renewable energy-related sustainable development goal (SDG7) and delivery of the 2030 Agenda as a whole. Synergies include reduced impacts from climate change; improved air quality and human health; water conservation (for example from reduced water evaporation from floating solar); increased agricultural yields of shade-tolerant crops; and coastal protection from flooding and erosion by wave energy installations; Trade-offs comprise increased mining of rare earth metals; reduced local land rights; increased threats to cultural heritage as a result of mining; increased greenhouse gas emissions from land use change; fork – feed – fuel trade-off associated with agro-fuel production; and reduced biodiversity resulting from land use change. Therefore, an energy transition involves much more than replacing fossil fuels by renewable ones because any form of energy provision and consumption is associated with a variety of social and environmental co-impacts. There is a need of more holistic energy planning that balances trade-offs and synergies among and within the individual SDGs.},
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  • M. Menzel, “Conventions, markets and industry evolution: the example of the wind turbine industry in Germany 1977–2021,” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, vol. 16, iss. 3, p. 463–480, 2023.
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    author = {Menzel, Max-Peter},
    title = {{Conventions, markets and industry evolution: the example of the wind turbine industry in Germany 1977–2021}},
    journal = {Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society},
    year = {2023},
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  • F. Rauch and M. Dulle, “Seiner Zeit voraus? Das ÖKOLOG-Netzwerk und schulische Beispiele zur Förderung von Zukunftskompetenz,” in Futures Literacy, C. Sippl, G. Brandhofer, and E. Rauscher, Eds., Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen: StudienVerlag, 2023, vol. 13, p. 123–130.
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    booktitle = {Futures Literacy},
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    year = {2023},
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  • D. Lehner, “Pluriversal and Relational Pedagogies for Peace(s),” In Factis Pax: Journal of Peace Education and Social Justice, p. 47–61, 2023.
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    The aim of this paper is to recognize and re-envision strategies for peace education that encourage pluriversal and relational ways of knowing and being, and support the creation of a collective imagination of interdependence. One presumption is, that to realize cultures of peace it is crucial to transform the violences of modernity that encompasses a particular ontology and our mode of being in the world. The paradigm of modernity has universalized experience, grounding it in unitary ontologies and imperialist epistemologies that hinder certain systems of knowing and being. These epistemologies have heavily colonized our thinking and feeling, and consequently our educational systems. Embodied and holistic forms of learning and knowledge are marginalized in our current educational institutions. The paradigm of modernity traps us within a certain way of thinking about the world. How can peace education work with the unitary mode of thinking and the violences of modernity? I will try to frame a teaching and learning approach that enhances learners’ ability to think, feel and act critically, interdependently, and pluriversally, allowing for the coexistence of different worlds and realities. Pluriversality, the Zapatistas’ decolonial political vision, refers to a world in which many worlds coexist and various systems of knowing and being are given equal acknowledgement. The pluriverse tries to go beyond the dualistic, separatist ontology that focuses on human/nonhumans, mind/body, global south/global north, and developed/underdeveloped. The pluriverse calls for an ontoepistemological turn towards radical relationality and interdependence and this is especial crucial for peace (education).

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    year = {2023},
    abstract = {The aim of this paper is to recognize and re-envision strategies for peace education that encourage pluriversal and relational ways of knowing and being, and support the creation of a collective imagination of interdependence. One presumption is, that to realize cultures of peace it is crucial to transform the violences of modernity that encompasses a particular ontology and our mode of being in the world. The paradigm of modernity has universalized experience, grounding it in unitary ontologies and imperialist epistemologies that hinder certain systems of knowing and being. These epistemologies have heavily colonized our thinking and feeling, and consequently our educational systems. Embodied and holistic forms of learning and knowledge are marginalized in our current educational institutions. The paradigm of modernity traps us within a certain way of thinking about the world. How can peace education work with the unitary mode of thinking and the violences of modernity? I will try to frame a teaching and learning approach that enhances learners’ ability to think, feel and act critically, interdependently, and pluriversally, allowing for the coexistence of different worlds and realities. Pluriversality, the Zapatistas’ decolonial political vision, refers to a world in which many worlds coexist and various systems of knowing and being are given equal acknowledgement. The pluriverse tries to go beyond the dualistic, separatist ontology that focuses on human/nonhumans, mind/body, global south/global north, and developed/underdeveloped. The pluriverse calls for an ontoepistemological turn towards radical relationality and interdependence and this is especial crucial for peace (education).},
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  • P. Gregori, P. Holzmann, and D. B. Audretsch, “Sustainable entrepreneurship on digital platforms and the enactment of digital connectivity through business models,” Business Strategy and the Environment, p. 1–18, 2023. doi:10.1002/bse.3551
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    This article investigates how sustainable entrepreneurship on digital platforms enacts digital connectivity to capture and create value. By complementing the business model lens with sociomateriality, we theorize digital technologies as key actors that participate in the enactment of business models. We analyze visual and textual data from 19 entrepreneurial initiatives for sustainability established on the social media platform YouTube. Our findings demonstrate novel business model configurations enacted by a web of human and nonhuman (digital) actors: connecting for sustainability as part of the value proposition, forming connective spaces for socioenvironmental value creation, and leveraging connectivity for multidimensional value capture. These findings have two major contributions. First, we offer novel insights on the practices that configure business model elements of sustainable entrepreneurship on platforms. We especially draw attention to how digital connectivity of platforms is achieved and made durable by human and digital actors. Second, we elaborate on how digital agencies intervene in entrepreneurial efforts to make sustainability visible and how this affects the business models. Thus, the study contributes to and further develops the intersection of digital technologies, sustainable entrepreneurship, and business models.

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    abstract = {This article investigates how sustainable entrepreneurship on digital platforms enacts digital connectivity to capture and create value. By complementing the business model lens with sociomateriality, we theorize digital technologies as key actors that participate in the enactment of business models. We analyze visual and textual data from 19 entrepreneurial initiatives for sustainability established on the social media platform YouTube. Our findings demonstrate novel business model configurations enacted by a web of human and nonhuman (digital) actors: connecting for sustainability as part of the value proposition, forming connective spaces for socioenvironmental value creation, and leveraging connectivity for multidimensional value capture. These findings have two major contributions. First, we offer novel insights on the practices that configure business model elements of sustainable entrepreneurship on platforms. We especially draw attention to how digital connectivity of platforms is achieved and made durable by human and digital actors. Second, we elaborate on how digital agencies intervene in entrepreneurial efforts to make sustainability visible and how this affects the business models. Thus, the study contributes to and further develops the intersection of digital technologies, sustainable entrepreneurship, and business models.},
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  • C. S. Mosquera-Vivas, R. E. Celis-Ossa, C. A. González-Murillo, N. Obregón-Neira, M. J. Martínez-Cordón, J. A. Guerrero-Dallos, and G. Garcia-Santos, “Empirical model to assess leaching of pesticides in soil under a steady-state flow and tropical conditions,” International Journal of environmental science and technology, iss. Vol 21, p. 1301–1320, 2023. doi:10.1007/s13762-023-05038-w
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    An empirical model of leaching of pesticides was developed to simulate the concentration of fungicides throughout unsaturated soil. The model was based on chemical reactions and the travel time of a conservative tracer to represent the travel time required for water to flow between soil layers. The model’s performance was then tested using experimental data from dimethomorph and pyrimethanil applied to the soil under field and laboratory conditions.

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  • M. Borovcnik and Ödön. Vancsó, “Die Entwicklung stochastischen Denkens,” in Mathematiklehren und -lernen in Ungarn, , 2023, p. 345–384.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Stochastisches Denken beinhaltet den Umgang mit Unsicherheit und die Einbeziehung von Wahrscheinlichkeiten in die Entscheidungsfindung, wobei die Variabilität und die unvollkommenen Informationen in der realen Welt berücksichtigt werden. Es umfasst Schlüsselelemente wie Wahrscheinlichkeitsbewertung, Erkennen von Unsicherheit, Datenanalyse, Aktualisierung von Überzeugungen, Risikobewertung, Entscheidungsfindung unter Unsicherheit, Szenario-Analyse und Bayessches Denken. Im ersten Abschnitt befassen wir uns mit probabilistischem und statistischem Denken und dem Unterschied zwischen diesen beiden Denkweisen. Probabilistisches Denken ermöglicht es dem Einzelnen, mit Ungewissheiten umzugehen, fundierte Entscheidungen zu treffen und die Variabilität der Welt zu verstehen. Obwohl es dem statistischen Denken ähnlich ist, unterscheidet es sich in Bezug auf Schwerpunkt, Umfang, Kontext, Methodik und Anwendung. Um probabilistisches Denken zu fördern, werden Schlüsselkonzepte hervorgehoben, darunter Wahrscheinlichkeit, Quantifizierung von Wahrscheinlichkeiten, Ungewissheit, bedingte Wahrscheinlichkeit, Unbeständigkeit, Stichproben, Variation und Verteilung sowie Erwartungswert. Das Verständnis dieser Konzepte verbessert das probabilistische Denken und die Entscheidungsfähigkeit. Die Betonung dieser Konzepte im Unterricht durch Beispiele und Visualisierungen vertieft das Verständnis und die Anwendung probabilistischen Denkens. Im zweiten Abschnitt wird die Rolle der Intuition, der grundlegenden Ideen und des stochastischen Denkens im Mathematikunterricht mit Schwerpunkt auf Wahrscheinlichkeit erörtert. Die Aneignung von Konzepten beinhaltet ein Zusammenspiel zwischen primären Intuitionen und theoretischem Input. Theoretische Konzepte zielen darauf ab, sekundäre Intuitionen aufzubauen, aber isolierte Konzepte haben wenig nachhaltige Wirkung. Der Ansatz des operativen Konzepterwerbs ist für die Wahrscheinlichkeit aufgrund der Unsicherheit begrenzt. Über grundlegende Ideen der Wahrscheinlichkeit, wie z. B. die Überprüfung von Informationen und statistische Schlussfolgerungen gibt es durchaus unterschiedliche Auffassungen. Es gibt verschiedene Auslegungen der Wahrscheinlichkeit: frequentistisch, subjektiv und a priori. Stochastisches Denken und Intuition prägen theoretische Konzepte, und die Wahrnehmung von Zufallsvariationen ist in der Statistik von entscheidender Bedeutung. Die deskriptive Statistik, die Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie und die statistische Schlussfolgerung bieten unterschiedliche Sichtweisen auf dieselben Informationen. Bei der statistischen Schlussfolgerung geht es um die Repräsentativität von Stichproben und um Zufallsstichproben. Der Text hebt die Bedeutung von Intuition, grundlegenden Ideen und stochastischem Denken im Mathematikunterricht hervor und betont die Erforschung von Interpretationen und Perspektiven für ein tieferes Verständnis der Wahrscheinlichkeit.

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  • A. Bauer, L. Capari, D. Fuchs, and T. Udrea, “Diversification, integration, and opening: developments in modelling for policy,” Science and Public Policy, 2023. doi:10.1093/scipol/scad038
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Closely-associated with calls for evidence-based policy-making, computer models are increasingly used to support public policies on a wide range of complex and controversial issues, ranging from energy and trade policies to regulating chemicals. In this article, we discuss three trends in modelling for policy and their implications for the authority of models in policy-making. First, we observe the proliferation of models and the differentiation of respective modelling landscapes and communities, resulting in intensified competition for political authority and early path dependencies in their political use. Second, different models are increasingly coupled or integrated into complex model frameworks, raising questions of comprehensibility and accountability. Third, modelling for policy experiences calls for transparency and opening that should serve scientific demands of replicability and verifications as well as political demands of legitimacy. In conclusion, we emphasise the continuous relevance of social scientific analyses of modelling for policy.

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    abstract = {Closely-associated with calls for evidence-based policy-making, computer models are increasingly used to support public policies on a wide range of complex and controversial issues, ranging from energy and trade policies to regulating chemicals. In this article, we discuss three trends in modelling for policy and their implications for the authority of models in policy-making. First, we observe the proliferation of models and the differentiation of respective modelling landscapes and communities, resulting in intensified competition for political authority and early path dependencies in their political use. Second, different models are increasingly coupled or integrated into complex model frameworks, raising questions of comprehensibility and accountability. Third, modelling for policy experiences calls for transparency and opening that should serve scientific demands of replicability and verifications as well as political demands of legitimacy. In conclusion, we emphasise the continuous relevance of social scientific analyses of modelling for policy.},
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  • F. Rauch and J. Schindler, “Editorial,” MAGAZIN erwachsenenbildung, iss. 49, p. 4–8, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Die Ausgabe 49 des Magazin erwachsenenbildung.at (Meb) bildet den Status quo des Nachhaltigkeitsdiskurses in der Erwachsenenbildung ab, beschreibt das konkrete, praktische Handeln und zeigt zukunftsweisende Ideen und Perspektiven. Die Beiträge beleuchten theoretisch verankerte Konzepte und Lösungsideen sowie praktische Umsetzungsbeispiele ebenso wie Blinde Flecken und unterschiedliche Dilemmata, die sich in diesem Kontext ergeben. Die Autor*innen machen deutlich, dass Bildungsprozesse allein die Nachhaltigkeitsziele nicht erreichen können. Ein solcher Zugang birgt die Gefahr, die Verantwortung für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung auf das Individuum zu übertragen, ohne die strukturellen Probleme und Zusammenhänge ausreichend zu berücksichtigen. Es bedarf daher einer kritischen Reflexion der bestehenden Systeme und Strukturen in Hinblick auf deren Beitrag zur Nachhaltigkeit, und es braucht alternative Ansätze, die über einen individualisierten Zugang hinaus emanzipatorische und kollektive Prozesse betonen und strukturelle Veränderungen anstoßen

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    abstract = {Die Ausgabe 49 des Magazin erwachsenenbildung.at (Meb) bildet den Status quo des Nachhaltigkeitsdiskurses in der Erwachsenenbildung ab, beschreibt das konkrete, praktische Handeln und zeigt zukunftsweisende Ideen und Perspektiven. Die Beiträge beleuchten theoretisch verankerte Konzepte und Lösungsideen sowie praktische Umsetzungsbeispiele ebenso wie Blinde Flecken und unterschiedliche Dilemmata, die sich in diesem Kontext ergeben. Die Autor*innen machen deutlich, dass Bildungsprozesse allein die Nachhaltigkeitsziele nicht erreichen können. Ein solcher Zugang birgt die Gefahr, die Verantwortung für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung auf das Individuum zu übertragen, ohne die strukturellen Probleme und Zusammenhänge ausreichend zu berücksichtigen. Es bedarf daher einer kritischen Reflexion der bestehenden Systeme und Strukturen in Hinblick auf deren Beitrag zur Nachhaltigkeit, und es braucht alternative Ansätze, die über einen individualisierten Zugang hinaus emanzipatorische und kollektive Prozesse betonen und strukturelle Veränderungen anstoßen},
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  • F. Rauch, R. Steiner, and P. Kurz, “Professional development for education for sustainable development: the case of the university in-service course “Education for sustainable development – in-novations in school and teacher education (BINE),” APEduC Journal – Research and Practice in Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, vol. 04, iss. 01, p. 45–59, 2023. doi:10.58152/APEduCJournal.374
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The interdisciplinary nature as well as the present and future relevance of the sustainability debate, including climate change with all its inherent dilemmas and uncertainties, may constitute a fertile ground for educational innovation. The goal of BINE is to encourage participants to deal as a community of learners with information on sustainable development (SD) and education for sustainable development (ESD). An important element of the course is the systematic reflection of innovation in one's own practice in the context of an action research study. The overall results of the evaluation of the course have shown that the BINE course offers an adequate instructional and learning strategy for the participants to construct the meaning of the complex issues of SD and ESD by researching, reflecting and exchanging in learning groups focused on concrete examples.KEYWORDS: Education for Sustainable Development, Professional Development of Teachers, Action Research.

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  • W. Wintersteiner, C. Glettler, H. Grobbauer, H. K. Peterlini, F. Rauch, and R. Steiner, “Transformative Bildung – Ein Weg zur Nachhaltigkeit?,” Magazin Erwachsenenbildung, iss. 49, p. 10–18, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    „Transformation“ (auch „social change“ oder „global cultural change“) bezeichnet eine Umgestaltung des Bestehenden im Sinne eines tiefgreifenden kulturellen und strukturellen Wandels. Was kann pädagogisches Handeln für den gesellschaftlichen Wandel, für die Transformation in eine nachhaltige Weltgesellschaft leisten? Und welches Veränderungspotenzial haben Lernen und Bildung für den einzelnen Menschen? Diese Fragen stehen hinter den Begriffen „Transformative Bildung“ oder „Transformatives Lernen“, die auf Jack Mezirow zurückgehen, über dessen Lerntheorie aus den 1970er Jahren aber hinausgehen. Beide Begriffe werden oft als Zauberformeln für gesellschaftliche Transformation missverstanden. Tatsächlich implizieren sie aber kritische Fragen. Zum Beispiel: Wie kann sich Pädagogik im Spannungsfeld zwischen normativen gesellschaftlichen Zielen und dem Ziel der Autonomie der Lernenden bewegen? Ein Ansatz wäre, statt normativer Vorgaben für einen nachhaltigen Lebensstil die Menschen aufzufordern, sich mit ihren konkreten Lebensbedingungen und deren Auswirkungen auseinanderzusetzen. Auch Pädagog*innen und Erwachsenenbildner*innen müssen sich selbst immer wieder kritisch hinterfragen und in Kontakt und Austausch mit politischen Bewegungen treten, die an sozial-ökologischer Transformation arbeiten. Ansatzpunkte, wie dies gelingen kann, finden sich in den Traditionen des Globalen Lernens und von Global Citizenship Education, in der Entwicklungspädagogik und in der Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung.

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    author = {Wintersteiner, Werner and Glettler, Christiana and Grobbauer, Heidi and Peterlini, Hans Karl and Rauch, Franz and Steiner, Regina},
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    journal = {Magazin Erwachsenenbildung},
    year = {2023},
    abstract = {„Transformation“ (auch „social change“ oder „global cultural change“) bezeichnet eine Umgestaltung des Bestehenden im Sinne eines tiefgreifenden kulturellen und strukturellen Wandels. Was kann pädagogisches Handeln für den gesellschaftlichen Wandel, für die Transformation in eine nachhaltige Weltgesellschaft leisten? Und welches Veränderungspotenzial haben Lernen und Bildung für den einzelnen Menschen? Diese Fragen stehen hinter den Begriffen „Transformative Bildung“ oder „Transformatives Lernen“, die auf Jack Mezirow zurückgehen, über dessen Lerntheorie aus den 1970er Jahren aber hinausgehen. Beide Begriffe werden oft als Zauberformeln für gesellschaftliche Transformation missverstanden. Tatsächlich implizieren sie aber kritische Fragen. Zum Beispiel: Wie kann sich Pädagogik im Spannungsfeld zwischen normativen gesellschaftlichen Zielen und dem Ziel der Autonomie der Lernenden bewegen? Ein Ansatz wäre, statt normativer Vorgaben für einen nachhaltigen Lebensstil die Menschen aufzufordern, sich mit ihren konkreten Lebensbedingungen und deren Auswirkungen auseinanderzusetzen. Auch Pädagog*innen und Erwachsenenbildner*innen müssen sich selbst immer wieder kritisch hinterfragen und in Kontakt und Austausch mit politischen Bewegungen treten, die an sozial-ökologischer Transformation arbeiten. Ansatzpunkte, wie dies gelingen kann, finden sich in den Traditionen des Globalen Lernens und von Global Citizenship Education, in der Entwicklungspädagogik und in der Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung.},
    number = {49},
    pages = {10--18},
    month = {6},
    url = {https://erwachsenenbildung.at/magazin/ausgabe-49/},
    }

  • J. Hoydis, R. Bartosch, and J. M. Gurr, Climate Change Literacy, Cambridge University Press, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This Element presents a necessary intervention within the rapidly expanding field of research in the environmental humanities on climate change and environmental literacy. In contrast to the dominant, science-centred literacy debates, which largely ignore the unique resources of the humanities, it asks: How does literary reading contribute to climate change communication? How does this contribution relate to recent demands for environmental and related literacies? Rather than reducing the function of literature to a more pleasurable form of information transfer or its affective dimension of evoking sympathy, climate change literacy thoroughly reassesses the cognitive, affective, and pedagogic potentials of literary writing. It does so by analysing a selection of popular climate novels and by demonstrating the role of fiction in fostering a more adequate understanding of, and response to, climate change.

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    author = {Hoydis, Julia and Bartosch, Roman and Gurr, Jens Martin},
    title = {{Climate Change Literacy}},
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    year = {2023},
    abstract = {This Element presents a necessary intervention within the rapidly expanding field of research in the environmental humanities on climate change and environmental literacy. In contrast to the dominant, science-centred literacy debates, which largely ignore the unique resources of the humanities, it asks: How does literary reading contribute to climate change communication? How does this contribution relate to recent demands for environmental and related literacies? Rather than reducing the function of literature to a more pleasurable form of information transfer or its affective dimension of evoking sympathy, climate change literacy thoroughly reassesses the cognitive, affective, and pedagogic potentials of literary writing. It does so by analysing a selection of popular climate novels and by demonstrating the role of fiction in fostering a more adequate understanding of, and response to, climate change.},
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    }

  • T. M. Schuschnig and G. Fritz-Schmied, EU Taxonomy Reporting in Austria, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c688d690c20188d8320db700e4,
    author = {Schuschnig, Tanja Maria and Fritz-Schmied, Gudrun},
    title = {EU Taxonomy Reporting in Austria},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {6},
    year = {2023},
    isbn = {978-953-346-202-8},
    url = {https://odyssey.net.efzg.hr/book-of-abstracts\#h.pp16amfyatq5},
    }

  • C. Lammer and A. Thiemann, Infrastructuring Gens, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Like the Gens Manifesto, looking at infrastructures of value directs attention beyond the usual suspects that populate critiques of capitalism – capitalists and workers – to the undergirding work of non-human beings and experts.

    @misc{0f4de0c688f5769b0188f65824dd0005,
    abstract = {Like the Gens Manifesto, looking at infrastructures of value directs attention beyond the usual suspects that populate critiques of capitalism – capitalists and workers – to the undergirding work of non-human beings and experts.},
    author = {Lammer, Christof and Thiemann, Andre},
    title = {Infrastructuring Gens},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {6},
    year = {2023},
    url = {https://boasblogs.org/researchingcapitalism/infrastructuring-gens/},
    }

  • F. Weder, R. Hübner, and D. Voci, “Is Sustainable Already “Normal”? Sustainability as a Consumption Compass and Self-Moralisation in Dealing with Consumer Goods,” in Repair, Do-It-Yourself and Circular Economy, M. Jonas, S. Nessel, and N. Tröger, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2023, p. 133–153.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c788d16a770188d27c41920015,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Hübner, Renate and Voci, Denise},
    title = {{Is Sustainable Already “Normal”? Sustainability as a Consumption Compass and Self-Moralisation in Dealing with Consumer Goods}},
    booktitle = {Repair, Do-It-Yourself and Circular Economy},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2023},
    editor = {Michael Jonas and Sebastian Nessel and Nina Tröger},
    pages = {133--153},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    month = {6},
    isbn = {978-3-658-40149-8},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-658-40150-4},
    }

  • A. F. Bausch, S. Diehl, and M. Karmasin, “Communicating for Sustainable Development. How Social Enterprises Aim at Differentiating Themselves Online from Profit-Maximizing Competitors,” Medien Journal, vol. 47, iss. 1, p. 5–23, 2023. doi:10.24989/medienjournal.v47i1.2242
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Sustainable development is the pressing issue of our time. One of many goals within sustainable development is to transform lifestyles and the economy with sustainable production and consumption patterns. Social enterprises are seen as an organizational form with transformational potential for such sustainable patterns. In this paper, we analyze social enterprises’ contents on various online communication channels to identify how they position themselves as more sustainable organizations with aims and values that differ from the profit-maximizing sector. We conduct a qualitative content analysis of the strategic communication of five successful social enterprises from Germany. Our results show that social enterprises use distinctive characteristics in their communication that differentiate them from the profit-maximizing sector and that are also reflected in the literature and in framing and signalling theory. Social enterprises clearly relate to their sustainability and provide recipients with tips on how to consume and live more sustainably but also frame themselves as “better” alternatives and change makers.

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    journal = {Medien Journal},
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    abstract = {Sustainable development is the pressing issue of our time. One of many goals within sustainable development is to transform lifestyles and the economy with sustainable production and consumption patterns. Social enterprises are seen as an organizational form with transformational potential for such sustainable patterns. In this paper, we analyze social enterprises’ contents on various online communication channels to identify how they position themselves as more sustainable organizations with aims and values that differ from the profit-maximizing sector. We conduct a qualitative content analysis of the strategic communication of five successful social enterprises from Germany. Our results show that social enterprises use distinctive characteristics in their communication that differentiate them from the profit-maximizing sector and that are also reflected in the literature and in framing and signalling theory. Social enterprises clearly relate to their sustainability and provide recipients with tips on how to consume and live more sustainably but also frame themselves as “better” alternatives and change makers.},
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    pages = {5--23},
    month = {5},
    url = {https://ejournals.facultas.at/index.php/medienjournal/article/view/2242},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, Štehvanje p našan v Bvačah. Filmtext des slowenischen mundartlichen Originals in deutscher Übersetzung, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Slowenisch-deutsche Übersetzung des mundartlichen Filmtextes (Sprecher: Friedrich Hrast) in der beiliegenden Broschüre zum Dokumentarfilm: Herta Maurer-Lausegger: Štehvanje p našan v Bvačah. Dokumentarec s spremno brošuro pripravila Herta Maurer-Lausegger. Slovenski original v blaškem govoru. USB-ključek, MPEG4-Video; dolžina: 17:17, spremna brošura, 16 str. Vodstvo produkcije: Herta Maurer-Lausegger. Kamera: Ivan Klarič, Valentin Čertov; Montaža: Valentin Čertov [ARTIS Filmproduktions- GmbH., Klagenfurt am Wörthersee/Celovec] 2022. Ferlach/Borovlje: © 2023 Herta Maurer-Lausegger, www.kwfilm.com, samozaložba izdajateljice (= Dialektdokumentationen – Narečne dokumentacije, 20.1. Slovenski original v blaškem govoru), S. 6–14.

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    title = {Štehvanje p našan v Bvačah. Filmtext des slowenischen mundartlichen Originals in deutscher Übersetzung},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {5},
    year = {2023},
    url = {https://www.kwfilm.com},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik and T. Teran, “The project method as a strategy to teach and learn applied statistics. ,” in Proc. 20th International Conference on Statistical Sciences, 2023, p. ix–xvi.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c48d1048ab018d11a01aed00a6,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred and Teran, Teresita},
    title = {{The project method as a strategy to teach and learn applied statistics. }},
    booktitle = {Proc. 20th International Conference on Statistical Sciences},
    year = {2023},
    pages = {ix--xvi},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://isoss.net/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Proc20thConf.pdf },
    }

  • F. Rauch and B. J. Lopes, Editorial, 2023.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c587cac6720187cdb48f3a002a,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Lopes, J. Bernardino},
    title = {Editorial},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {4},
    year = {2023},
    url = {https://apeducrevista.utad.pt/index.php/apeduc/article/view/428/179},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, M. Schneider-Mayerson, W. Malecki, M. Mayorga, and P. Slovic, “The Reception of Radical Texts: The Complicated Case of Alice Walker’s “Am I Blue?”,” in Empirical Ecocriticism: Environmental Narratives for Social Change, A. W. von Mossner, M. Schneider-Mayerson, W. Malecki, and F. Hakemulder, Eds., Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2023, p. 123–152.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c5829f43fc0182a27dd3790060,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa and Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew and Malecki, Wojciech and Mayorga, Marcus and Slovic, Paul},
    title = {{The Reception of Radical Texts: The Complicated Case of Alice Walker’s “Am I Blue?”}},
    booktitle = {Empirical Ecocriticism: Environmental Narratives for Social Change},
    publisher = {University of Minnesota Press},
    year = {2023},
    editor = {Alexa Weik von Mossner and Matthew Schneider-Mayerson and Wojciech Malecki and Frank Hakemulder},
    pages = {123--152},
    address = {Minneapolis},
    }

2022

  • M. Borovcnik, “Modellierung und Statistik in der Medizin – Risiken und Entscheidungen unter Unsicherheit,” Schriftenreihe zur Didaktik der Mathematik der Österreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft (ÖMG), p. 1–16, 2022.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c6857ac19701857c82f0c00166,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Modellierung und Statistik in der Medizin – Risiken und Entscheidungen unter Unsicherheit}},
    journal = {Schriftenreihe zur Didaktik der Mathematik der Österreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft (ÖMG)},
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--16},
    month = {12},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, P. Fejes Tóth, and Ödön. Vancsó, “Combinatorial thinking as key for introducing hypothesis testing – Evaluation of the planned secondary-school reform in Hungary,” in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Auckland, 2022, p. 1–6.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c6857ac19701857c78688d0134,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred and Fejes Tóth, Péter and Vancsó, Ödön},
    title = {{Combinatorial thinking as key for introducing hypothesis testing - Evaluation of the planned secondary-school reform in Hungary}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Teaching Statistics },
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--6},
    address = {Auckland},
    month = {12},
    publisher = {International Association for Statistical Education (IASE)},
    url = {https://iase-web.org/Conference\_Proceedings.php?p=ICOTS\_11\_2022},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, Ödön. Vancsó, and P. Fejes Tóth, “Conditional Probability, Bayes and classical statistics – Evaluation of the planned secondary-school reform in Hungary,” in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Auckland, 2022, p. 1–6.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c6857ac19701857c7f197a014c,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred and Vancsó, Ödön and Fejes Tóth, Péter},
    title = {{Conditional Probability, Bayes and classical statistics - Evaluation of the planned secondary-school reform in Hungary}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Teaching Statistics },
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--6},
    address = {Auckland},
    month = {12},
    publisher = {International Association for Statistical Education (IASE)},
    url = {https://iase-web.org/Conference\_Proceedings.php?p=ICOTS\_11\_2022 },
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, “The role of probability for understanding statistical inference,” in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Auckland, 2022, p. 1–6.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c6857ac19701857c752166011f,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{The role of probability for understanding statistical inference}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Teaching Statistics },
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--6},
    address = {Auckland},
    month = {12},
    publisher = {International Association for Statistical Education (IASE)},
    url = {https://iase-web.org/Conference\_Proceedings.php?p=ICOTS\_11\_2022},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, “Aktuelle Fragen: Herausforderungen beim Unterrichten von Wahrscheinlichkeit und Risiko im Statistikunterricht,” Stochastik in der Schule, p. 35–36, 2022.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c6857ac19701857c883c42017b,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Aktuelle Fragen: Herausforderungen beim Unterrichten von Wahrscheinlichkeit und Risiko im Statistikunterricht}},
    journal = {Stochastik in der Schule},
    year = {2022},
    pages = {35--36},
    month = {12},
    }

  • Stochastik in der Schule, M. Borovcnik, Ed., , 2022.
    [BibTeX]
    @book{0f4de0c6857ac19701857c8ebd130192,
    editor = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Stochastik in der Schule}},
    year = {2022},
    month = {12},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, Vorwort des Heftherausgebers: Stochastik in der Schule, 2022.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c6857ac19701857cb5992b020d,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {Vorwort des Heftherausgebers: Stochastik in der Schule},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {12},
    year = {2022},
    }

  • K. Kastenhofer and A. Bauer, ““Are You a TA Practitioner, Then?” – Identity Constructions in Post-Normal Science,” Minerva, vol. 61, p. 93–115, 2022. doi:10.1007/s11024-022-09480-x
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Abstract:Technology assessment (TA) is a paradigmatic case for the manifold and, at times, ambiguous processes of identity formation of researchers in inter- and transdisciplinary settings. TA combines the natural, technical, and social sciences and follows the multiple missions of scientific analysis, public outreach, and policy advice. However, despite this diversity, it also constitutes a genuine community with its own discourses, conferences, and publications. To which extent “being a TA practitioner” also provides for a genuine scholarly identity is still unclear. Building on interviews with technology assessment practitioners at an academic TA institute, we ask what inter/trans/disciplinary identification patterns emerge in this field. Our analysis shows that TA practitioners adopt multiple identities, from “enthusiastic TA practitioner” to “strong interdisciplinarian” or “disciplinarian” – with distinct identity troubles inherent in all these options. We find that generational affiliation plays a vital role in identity formation. It relates to different primary orientations (towards research or advisory practices), inter/disciplinary backgrounds, contracting modes, and lengths of time spent at the TA institute. We conclude firstly, that disciplinary categories figure strongly in transdisciplinary identities; secondly, that the relation of chronos and identity warrants more substantial consideration: as time spent at a transdisciplinary institute as or as perceived options for “futuring one’s identity”; thirdly, that our understanding of academic generations could profit from a more sociological conception; and, fourthly, that TA’s multidisciplinary setup and threefold orientation towards science, society, and policy result in multiplying possible identities and thus making it difficult to form a stable community.

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    title = {{“Are You a TA Practitioner, Then?” – Identity Constructions in Post-Normal Science}},
    journal = {Minerva},
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {Abstract:Technology assessment (TA) is a paradigmatic case for the manifold and, at times, ambiguous processes of identity formation of researchers in inter- and transdisciplinary settings. TA combines the natural, technical, and social sciences and follows the multiple missions of scientific analysis, public outreach, and policy advice. However, despite this diversity, it also constitutes a genuine community with its own discourses, conferences, and publications. To which extent “being a TA practitioner” also provides for a genuine scholarly identity is still unclear. Building on interviews with technology assessment practitioners at an academic TA institute, we ask what inter/trans/disciplinary identification patterns emerge in this field. Our analysis shows that TA practitioners adopt multiple identities, from “enthusiastic TA practitioner” to “strong interdisciplinarian” or “disciplinarian” – with distinct identity troubles inherent in all these options. We find that generational affiliation plays a vital role in identity formation. It relates to different primary orientations (towards research or advisory practices), inter/disciplinary backgrounds, contracting modes, and lengths of time spent at the TA institute. We conclude firstly, that disciplinary categories figure strongly in transdisciplinary identities; secondly, that the relation of chronos and identity warrants more substantial consideration: as time spent at a transdisciplinary institute as or as perceived options for “futuring one’s identity”; thirdly, that our understanding of academic generations could profit from a more sociological conception; and, fourthly, that TA’s multidisciplinary setup and threefold orientation towards science, society, and policy result in multiplying possible identities and thus making it difficult to form a stable community.},
    doi = {10.1007/s11024-022-09480-x},
    volume = {61},
    pages = {93--115},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11024-022-09480-x},
    }

  • T. M. Schuschnig, Corporate Sustainability Reporting: Current Developments and Empirical Findings from Austria, 2022.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c7813bed4201813e0b27d2004d,
    author = {Schuschnig, Tanja Maria},
    title = {Corporate Sustainability Reporting: Current Developments and Empirical Findings from Austria},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2022},
    isbn = {978-86-80194-59-2},
    }

  • V. Braun, G. Aichholzer, M. Auinger, A. Arnberger, R. Eder, C. Klenovec, C. Pichler-Koban, F. Rauch, D. Rossmann, M. Schaflechner, A. Weiss, L. Wolf, and M. Jungmeier, “Transdisciplinary research on virtual participation processes in Austrian mountain UNESCO Biosphere Reserves – Digitalisation for sustainable development as a relevant research field,” Der öffentliche Sektor, vol. 48, iss. 1, p. 9–16, 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    UNESCO Biosphere Reserves (BRs) are internationally recognized model regions for sustainable development and used to conducting participation processes. This research explored the need and research design options for multi-channel participation approaches including digital systems for Austrian BRs.With the support of an online survey and a two-day virtual workshop with people from the management and stakeholders of three Austrian BRs as well as researchers from different Austrian scientific institutes, traditional participation formats were discussed. This inter- and transdisciplinary approach indicated that Austrian BRs face difficulties to reach certain target groups using traditional participation formats.Participants agreed on the need to try new approaches and that the gradual introduction of digital transformation in rural areas is important. The study shows the great need for action and research in the field of e-participation to implement multi-channel participation systems with new online components.The role and effects of electronic support for civic participation and the effects on BR management and decision-making need to be evaluated, as well as the wider impacts on local democracy and sustainable development.

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    author = {Braun, Valerie and Aichholzer, Georg and Auinger, Monika and Arnberger, Arne and Eder, Renate and Klenovec, Christine and Pichler-Koban, Christina and Rauch, Franz and Rossmann, Dietmar and Schaflechner, Markus and Weiss, Andreas and Wolf, Lisa and Jungmeier, Michael},
    title = {{Transdisciplinary research on virtual participation processes in Austrian mountain UNESCO Biosphere Reserves - Digitalisation for sustainable development as a relevant research field}},
    journal = {Der öffentliche Sektor},
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {UNESCO Biosphere Reserves (BRs) are internationally recognized model regions for sustainable development and used to conducting participation processes. This research explored the need and research design options for multi-channel participation approaches including digital systems for Austrian BRs.With the support of an online survey and a two-day virtual workshop with people from the management and stakeholders of three Austrian BRs as well as researchers from different Austrian scientific institutes, traditional participation formats were discussed. This inter- and transdisciplinary approach indicated that Austrian BRs face difficulties to reach certain target groups using traditional participation formats.Participants agreed on the need to try new approaches and that the gradual introduction of digital transformation in rural areas is important. The study shows the great need for action and research in the field of e-participation to implement multi-channel participation systems with new online components.The role and effects of electronic support for civic participation and the effects on BR management and decision-making need to be evaluated, as well as the wider impacts on local democracy and sustainable development.},
    volume = {48},
    number = {1},
    pages = {9--16},
    month = {11},
    url = {http://oes.tuwien.ac.at/article/id/625/},
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  • D. Voci, C. J. Bruns, S. Lemke, and F. Weder, “Framing the End: Analyzing Media and Meaning Making During Cape Town’s Day Zero,” in Drought and Water Scarcity, N. W. Quinn, I. Holman, J. Hannaford, and E. Weitkamp, Eds., Lausanne: Frontiers Media SA, 2022, p. 12–23. doi:10.3389/978-2-83250-289-1
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c484ea8f8b0184ecca55c7030e,
    author = {Voci, Denise and Bruns, Catherine J. and Lemke, Stella and Weder, Franzisca},
    title = {{Framing the End: Analyzing Media and Meaning Making During Cape Town's Day Zero}},
    booktitle = {Drought and Water Scarcity},
    publisher = {Frontiers Media SA},
    year = {2022},
    doi = {10.3389/978-2-83250-289-1},
    editor = {Nevil Wyndham Quinn and Ian Holman and Jamie Hannaford and Emma Weitkamp},
    pages = {12--23},
    address = {Lausanne },
    month = {10},
    url = {https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/12386/drought-and-water-scarcity-addressing-current-and-future-challenges},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, “Das Volkslied als Begleiter des Brauchtumslebens im gemischtsprachigen Unteren Gailtal in Kärnten,” in Brauchtum im Wandel. Identität – Folklore – Kommerz, Klagenfurt, 2022, p. 69–145.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c48339c2c401833d6680d4008b,
    author = {Maurer-Lausegger, Herta},
    title = {{Das Volkslied als Begleiter des Brauchtumslebens im gemischtsprachigen Unteren Gailtal in Kärnten}},
    booktitle = {Brauchtum im Wandel. Identität – Folklore – Kommerz},
    year = {2022},
    editor = {Herta Maurer-Lausegger and Martina Piko Rustia and Peter Wiesflecker},
    pages = {69--145},
    address = {Klagenfurt},
    month = {10},
    publisher = {Mohorjeva družba v Celovcu - Hermagoras Verein},
    }

  • F. Weder and D. Voci, “Eco-art as discourse driver,” in The Routledge Handbook of Nonprofit Communication, G. Gonçalves and E. Oliveira, Eds., New York: Routledge, 2022, p. 235–245.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c4835dcf5501835f74cae9013e,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Voci, Denise},
    title = {{Eco-art as discourse driver}},
    booktitle = {The Routledge Handbook of Nonprofit Communication},
    publisher = {Routledge },
    year = {2022},
    editor = {Gisela Gonçalves and Evandro Oliveira},
    pages = {235--245},
    address = {New York},
    month = {10},
    isbn = {9781003170563},
    url = {https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.4324/9781003170563-28/eco-art-discourse-driver-franzisca-weder-denise-voci?context=ubx\&refId=e39efdc4-55e3-4b94-920d-a91207622b84},
    }

  • R. Hübner, Buchrezension: Wirtschaft neu lehren. Erfahrungen aus der pluralen,sozioökonomischen Hochschulbildung., 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c6825c516a01825ec7fa6f0081,
    author = {Hübner, Renate},
    title = {Buchrezension: Wirtschaft neu lehren. Erfahrungen aus der pluralen,sozioökonomischen Hochschulbildung. },
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {2},
    year = {2022},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1553/gw-unterricht166s79},
    }

  • D. Voci, “Logos, Ethos, Pathos, Sustainabilitos? About the Role of Media Companies in Reaching Sustainable Development,” Sustainability, vol. 14, iss. 5, 2022. doi:10.3390/su14052591
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c47fd8966b017fd9df1ff7009d,
    author = {Voci, Denise},
    title = {{Logos, Ethos, Pathos, Sustainabilitos? About the Role of Media Companies in Reaching Sustainable Development}},
    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2022},
    doi = {10.3390/su14052591 },
    volume = {14},
    number = {5},
    month = {2},
    url = {https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/14/5/2591},
    }

  • N. Mpofu-Hamadziripi, F. Rauch, and M. Dulle, “Transforming Curricula in Higher Education: Description of Two Perpectives From the Global South and the Global North,” Frontiers in Education, iss. 7, p. 1–7, 2022. doi:10.3389/feduc.2022.775406
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The paper is part of the broader narrative of transforming curricula in universities in Zimbabwe and Austria. The landscape in higher education globally is inexorably shifting as a result of major global forces of change. For that reason, higher education cannot remain immune to these global challenges and changes. Rather, universities should be the agents of change. Higher education in Austria and Zimbabwe, in response to these global challenges and imperatives, has begun the process of transforming curricula to educate graduates for the future. The paper explores the strategies that universities in Zimbabwe and Austria have initiated to be able to support students to make meaningful contributions to the global learning and sustainability narrative. The two central questions that this paper seeks to answer are: Which additional innovations in curricula and new epistemologies should universities in Zimbabwe and Austria implement in order to educate graduates for a sustainable future? What can universities in the South and in the North learn from each other? In attempting to reflect on these questions, pertinent lessons will be drawn from initiatives in Austria and Zimbabwe to build capacity to achieve the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) agenda through various strategies.

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  • G. Blaha, F. Rauch, T. Lindenthal, and T. Allmer, “Aufbau bzw. Weiterentwicklung von Rahmenbedingungen für eine demokratische, partizipative Kultur an österreichischen Schulen zur Förderung von Frieden und nachhaltiger Entwicklung,” in 2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung., Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich, 2022, p. 1–10.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c78059555a01805c5b13d50000,
    author = {Blaha, Georg and Rauch, Franz and Lindenthal, Thomas and Allmer, Thomas},
    title = {{Aufbau bzw. Weiterentwicklung von Rahmenbedingungen für eine demokratische, partizipative Kultur an österreichischen Schulen zur Förderung von Frieden und nachhaltiger Entwicklung}},
    booktitle = {2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung. },
    publisher = {Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich},
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--10},
    month = {2},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht\_downloads/Option\_04\_07.pdf},
    }

  • Brauchtum im Wandel. Identität – Folklore – KommerzKlagenfurt: Mohorjeva družba v Celovcu – Hermagoras Verein, 2022.
    [BibTeX]
    @proceedings{0f4de0c48339c2c401833d486c02004d,
    title = {{Brauchtum im Wandel. Identität – Folklore – Kommerz}},
    year = {2022},
    editor = {Maurer-Lausegger, Herta and Piko Rustia, Martina and Wiesflecker, Peter},
    address = {Klagenfurt},
    publisher = {Mohorjeva družba v Celovcu - Hermagoras Verein},
    }

  • C. Weberhofer, F. Rauch, T. Allmer, L. Keller, M. Weber, R. Bates, B. Gruber, R. Hübner, M. Kernegger, and A. Ratiu, “Bildungskonzepte für Nachhaltigkeit in allen Studienplänen an Universitäten und Hochschulen verankern,” in 2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung., Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich, 2022, p. 1–17.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c78025d6350180274ec63e00d5,
    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline and Rauch, Franz and Allmer, Thomas and Keller, Lars and Weber, Mirjam and Bates, Romana and Gruber, Bettina and Hübner, Renate and Kernegger, Margarete and Ratiu, Anca},
    title = {{Bildungskonzepte für Nachhaltigkeit in allen Studienplänen an Universitäten und Hochschulen verankern}},
    booktitle = {2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung. },
    publisher = {Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich},
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--17},
    month = {2},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht\_downloads/Option\_04\_10.pdf},
    }

  • F. Rauch, “BNE forschend gestalten,” Lernende Schule, iss. 99, p. 31–32, 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c4838c288f01838deb00630038,
    author = {Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{BNE forschend gestalten}},
    journal = {Lernende Schule},
    year = {2022},
    number = {99},
    pages = {31--32},
    url = {https://www.friedrich-verlag.de/schulleitung/lernende-schule/\#c39869},
    }

  • F. Rauch, M. Dulle, and E. Reichl, “Ökologische Bildungsverantwortung,” IMST Newsletter, p. 17–19, 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c57fe2e378017fe4f9171600cb,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Dulle, Mira and Reichl, Erich},
    title = {{Ökologische Bildungsverantwortung}},
    journal = {IMST Newsletter},
    year = {2022},
    pages = {17--19},
    url = {https://www.imst.ac.at/app/webroot/files/newsletter/IMST\_NL53\_final\_web.pdf},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Climate on Screen: From Doom and Disaster to Ecotopian Visions,” in The Cambridge Companion to Literature and Climate, A. Johns-Putra and K. Sultzbach, Eds., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022, p. 162–176.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c57df9ddce017dfb8c18e50084,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Climate on Screen: From Doom and Disaster to Ecotopian Visions}},
    booktitle = {The Cambridge Companion to Literature and Climate},
    publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
    year = {2022},
    editor = {Adeline Johns-Putra and Kelly Sultzbach},
    pages = {162--176},
    address = {Cambridge},
    isbn = {9781009057868},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Ecology and Emotion: Feeling Narrative Environments,” in The Routledge Companion to Literature and Emotion, P. C. Hogan, B. J. Irish, and L. P. Hogan, Eds., New York: Routledge, 2022, p. 192–202.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c57df9ddce017dfcebd30402cc,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Ecology and Emotion: Feeling Narrative Environments}},
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    publisher = {Routledge },
    year = {2022},
    editor = { Patrick Colm Hogan and Bradley J. Irish and Lalita Pandit Hogan},
    pages = {192--202},
    address = {New York},
    isbn = {9780367409159},
    url = {https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Companion-to-Literature-and-Emotion/Hogan-Irish-Hogan/p/book/9780367409159},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Foreword,” in Literature as a Lens for Climate Change, R. Young, Ed., London: Lexington, 2022, p. iii–xii.
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Foreword}},
    booktitle = {Literature as a Lens for Climate Change},
    publisher = {Lexington},
    year = {2022},
    editor = {Rebecca Young},
    pages = {iii--xii},
    address = {London},
    isbn = {9781498594110},
    }

  • F. Rauch, V. A. Kump, and A. Strobach, “Gesunde Ernährung und Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung: Konzepte und Erfahrungen mit dem Schulbuffet am Ingeborg-Bachmann-Gymnasium Klagenfurt,” in Projektbezogene Kooperation von Schule und Universität, M. Pissarek, M. Wieser, J. Koren, V. Kucher, and V. Novak-Geiger, Eds., Münster: Waxmann Verlag GmbH, 2022, p. 171–182.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c57fe809c7017febee29d40062,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Kump, Vanessa Andrea and Strobach, Anna},
    title = {{Gesunde Ernährung und Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung: Konzepte und Erfahrungen mit dem Schulbuffet am Ingeborg-Bachmann-Gymnasium Klagenfurt}},
    booktitle = {Projektbezogene Kooperation von Schule und Universität},
    publisher = {Waxmann Verlag GmbH},
    year = {2022},
    editor = {Markus Pissarek and Martin Wieser and Judith Koren and Vesna Kucher and Verena Novak-Geiger},
    pages = {171--182},
    address = {Münster},
    isbn = {978-3-8309-4497-3},
    }

  • F. Rauch, G. Pfaffenwimmer, and R. Hübner, “Networking for Sustainability in Education,” in Transdisciplinary Impulses towards Socio-Ecological Transformation, Opladen, Farmington Hills: Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2022, p. 115–138. doi:10.3224/84742569
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c57fe2e378017fe4e88977009e,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Pfaffenwimmer, Günther and Hübner, Renate},
    title = {{Networking for Sustainability in Education}},
    booktitle = {Transdisciplinary Impulses towards Socio-Ecological Transformation},
    publisher = {Verlag Barbara Budrich},
    year = {2022},
    doi = {10.3224/84742569},
    series = {"Ecology and Education" of GERA's Subdivision Education for Sustainable Development},
    pages = {115--138},
    address = {Opladen, Farmington Hills},
    isbn = {978-3-8474-2569-4},
    url = {https://shop.budrich.de/produkt/transdisciplinary-impulses-towards-socio-ecological-transformation/},
    }

  • C. Weberhofer, C. Glettler, and B. Benoist-Kosler, “Verankerung von Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung im Bundesländerübergreifenden BildungsRahmenPlan für elementare Bildungseinrichtungen in Österreich,” in 2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung., Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich, 2022, p. 1–12.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c78025d63501802743a6c30058,
    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline and Glettler, Christiana and Benoist-Kosler, Barbara},
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    booktitle = {2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung. },
    publisher = {Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich},
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--12},
    month = {3},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht\_downloads/Option\_04\_03.pdf},
    }

  • F. Rauch, R. Steiner, and P. Kurz, “Professionalisierung für Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung durch Aktionsforschung: Der Universitätslehrgang BINE – Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung in Hochschule und Schule,” in Vision Innovation Praxisorientierung, B. Karl, K. Klement, and R. Weitlaner, Eds., Graz: Leykam Buchverlagsgesellschaft m.b.H. Nfg. & Co. KG, 2022, p. 209–218.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c482b3dd320182b73bb126006c,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Steiner, Regina and Kurz, Peter},
    title = {{Professionalisierung für Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung durch Aktionsforschung: Der Universitätslehrgang BINE - Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung in Hochschule und Schule}},
    booktitle = {Vision Innovation Praxisorientierung},
    publisher = {Leykam Buchverlagsgesellschaft m.b.H. Nfg. \& Co. KG},
    year = {2022},
    editor = {Beatrix Karl and Karl Klement and Regina Weitlaner},
    series = {Studienreihe der Pädagogischen Hochschule Steiermark},
    pages = {209--218},
    address = {Graz},
    isbn = {978-3-7011-0498-7},
    url = {https://www.leykamverlag.at},
    }

  • D. Barben, “Stadt-Land-Gegensatz, urbanisierte Gesellschaft, nachhaltige Siedlungsentwicklung,” in Kooperative Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung, M. Heintel and Y. Franz, Eds., Wien: Facultas Verlags- und Buchhandels AG, 2022, p. 23–44.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Wie gelingt Kooperation? Anlässe, Anforderungen und Mehrwerte einer „Kooperativen Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung“ zeigen sich laufend in der gelebten Berufspraxis. Das vorliegende Buch greift neue Entwicklungen in raumrelevanten Veränderungsprozessen auf, um deren Beitrag zu Kooperation auf unterschiedlichen Ebenen darzustellen. „Kooperative Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung“ wird hierbei als Schlüsselfaktor zukünftiger räumlicher Gestaltung verstanden.

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  • C. Weberhofer, C. Glettler, and B. Benoist-Kosler, “Verankerung von Konzepten einer Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung in der Aus-, Fort- und Weiterbildung der Pädagog_innen in der Elementarpädagogik,” in 2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung., Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich, 2022, p. 1–13.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline and Glettler, Christiana and Benoist-Kosler, Barbara},
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    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht\_downloads/Option\_04\_04.pdf},
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  • P. Gregori and P. Holzmann, “Entrepreneurial practices and the constitution of environmental value for sustainability,” Business Strategy and the Environment, p. 1–16, 2022. doi:10.1002/bse.3077
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Gregori, Patrick and Holzmann, Patrick},
    title = {{Entrepreneurial practices and the constitution of environmental value for sustainability}},
    journal = {Business Strategy and the Environment},
    year = {2022},
    doi = {10.1002/bse.3077},
    pages = {1--16},
    month = {4},
    }

  • R. Hübner and P. Trummer, “SDG-Target 12.8 – Option 12_07: Konsum von Gebrauchsgütern in einer Kreislaufwirtschaft: nachhaltig und transformativ,” 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Die Maßnahmen(bündel) dieser Option betreffen daher vor allem Güterkreisläufe, also den Umgang mit Gebrauchsgütern insbesondere in der Nutzungs- und Nachnutzungsphase, wobei vor allem letztere mit einer neuen Aufgabe der Konsument_innen verbunden ist: Die möglichst qualitätsvolle Bereitstellung von Gebrauchsgütern zu deren Wieder- oder Weiterverwendung. Auf die Konsument_innen müssen dadurch keine zusätzlichen Aufgaben zukommen. Im Gegenteil: Der Prozess bzw. die Funktion des Weggebens von (nicht mehr gebrauchten oder gewünschten) Gütern zur Reparatur, zum Verleih oder als Altgerät, nicht mehr gebrauchtes Gerät, Altstoff etc. soll aufgewertet und durch geeignete Infrastruktur und Dienstleistungen viel besser unterstützt werden. In einer funktionierenden Kreislaufwirtschaft müssen die Konsument_innen hierbei bestmöglich unterstützt werden, da sie als Bereitsteller_innen (statt Wegwerfer_innen) von wertvollen Ressourcen ein zentrales Element in der Beschaffungslogistik (Teil der Supply Chain) sind.

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  • C. Peter, A. S. Kümpel, F. Mangold, and A. Schnauber-Stockmann, Nachhaltigkeit als Gegenstand und Zielgröße der Rezeptions- und Wirkungsforschung, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2022.
    [BibTeX]
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    publisher = {Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH \& Co. KG},
    year = {2022},
    month = {5},
    isbn = {978-3-8487-8221-5},
    }

  • T. Udrea and A. Bauer, “Between control and independence: computational modelling within EC’s trade sustainability impact assessments,” Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, vol. 41, iss. 1, p. 21–34, 2022. doi:10.1080/14615517.2022.2112811
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Sustainability Impact Assessments (SIA) are a central instrument for evidence-based policy-making in EU trade policy. Computational modelling is the main analytical tool to assess the potential economic impacts of trade agreements. While modelling has long been undertaken by external consultancies, for recent SIAs DG Trade conducts the trade modelling itself. Against the background of this shift from external to in-house modelling, the article addresses the (perceived) roles and authority of modelling in SIAs. Based on the notion of models as boundary objects and two recent SIAs, i.e. TTIP and EU-Australia, we sketch the socio-technical arrangements of models in SIAs. We then discuss the different understandings of the role of modelling by policy-makers, experts, and stakeholders. The in-house shift exposes disagreements on the character and function of models. We further reflect on the potential implications of the in-house shift for the authority of models in SIAs. Our study suggests that there are advantages to in-house modelling, such as control, flexibility, and consistency. However, these might come at the expense of the perceived independence of policy appraisals.

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    year = {2022},
    abstract = {Sustainability Impact Assessments (SIA) are a central instrument for evidence-based policy-making in EU trade policy. Computational modelling is the main analytical tool to assess the potential economic impacts of trade agreements. While modelling has long been undertaken by external consultancies, for recent SIAs DG Trade conducts the trade modelling itself. Against the background of this shift from external to in-house modelling, the article addresses the (perceived) roles and authority of modelling in SIAs. Based on the notion of models as boundary objects and two recent SIAs, i.e. TTIP and EU-Australia, we sketch the socio-technical arrangements of models in SIAs. We then discuss the different understandings of the role of modelling by policy-makers, experts, and stakeholders. The in-house shift exposes disagreements on the character and function of models. We further reflect on the potential implications of the in-house shift for the authority of models in SIAs. Our study suggests that there are advantages to in-house modelling, such as control, flexibility, and consistency. However, these might come at the expense of the perceived independence of policy appraisals.},
    doi = {10.1080/14615517.2022.2112811},
    volume = {41},
    number = {1},
    pages = {21--34},
    month = {8},
    url = {https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14615517.2022.2112811},
    }

  • D. J. Yu, M. Haeffner, H. Jeong, S. Pande, J. Dame, G. Di Baldassarre, G. Garcia-Santos, L. Hermans, R. Muneepeerakull, F. Nardi, M. R. Sanderson, F. Tian, Y. Wei, J. Wessels, and M. Sivapalan, “On capturing human agency and methodological interdisciplinarity in socio-hydrology research,” Hydrological Sciences Journal, vol. 67, iss. 13, p. 1905–1916, 2022. doi:10.1080/02626667.2022.2114836
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Socio-hydrology has expanded and been effective in exposing the hydrological community to ideas and approaches from other scientific disciplines, and social sciences in particular. Yet it still has much to explore regarding how to capture human agency and how to combine different methods and disciplinary views from both the hydrological and the social sciences to develop knowledge. A useful starting ground is noting that the complexity of human–water relations is due to interactions not only across spatial and temporal scales but also across different organizational levels of social systems. This calls for consideration of another analytical scale, the human organizational scale, and interdisciplinarity in study methods. Based on the papers published in this journal’s Special Issue Advancing Socio-hydrology over 2019–2022, this paper illuminates how the understanding of coupled human–water systems can be strengthened by capturing the multi-level nature of human decision making and by applying an interdisciplinary multimethod approach.

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    author = {Yu, David J. and Haeffner, Melissa and Jeong, Hanseok and Pande, Saket and Dame, Juliane and Di Baldassarre, Giuliano and Garcia-Santos, Glenda and Hermans, Leon and Muneepeerakull, Rachata and Nardi, Fernando and Sanderson, Matthew R. and Tian, Fuqiang and Wei, Yongping and Wessels, Josepha and Sivapalan, Murugesu},
    title = {{On capturing human agency and methodological interdisciplinarity in socio-hydrology research}},
    journal = {Hydrological Sciences Journal},
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {Socio-hydrology has expanded and been effective in exposing the hydrological community to ideas and approaches from other scientific disciplines, and social sciences in particular. Yet it still has much to explore regarding how to capture human agency and how to combine different methods and disciplinary views from both the hydrological and the social sciences to develop knowledge. A useful starting ground is noting that the complexity of human–water relations is due to interactions not only across spatial and temporal scales but also across different organizational levels of social systems. This calls for consideration of another analytical scale, the human organizational scale, and interdisciplinarity in study methods. Based on the papers published in this journal’s Special Issue Advancing Socio-hydrology over 2019–2022, this paper illuminates how the understanding of coupled human–water systems can be strengthened by capturing the multi-level nature of human decision making and by applying an interdisciplinary multimethod approach.},
    doi = {10.1080/02626667.2022.2114836},
    volume = {67},
    number = {13},
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    }

  • R. Hübner, ARTgerechter Konsum zwischen Maß und Maßlosigkeit? Zwischen Suff und Suffizienz?, 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Hübner, Renate},
    title = {ARTgerechter Konsum zwischen Maß und Maßlosigkeit? Zwischen Suff und Suffizienz?},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {8},
    year = {2022},
    url = {https://www.glasrecycling.at/artgerechter-konsum/},
    }

  • R. Hübner, Nachhaltigen Konsum neu verstehen, 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c5828aaafb01828bb5ee4a0029,
    author = {Hübner, Renate},
    title = {Nachhaltigen Konsum neu verstehen},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {7},
    year = {2022},
    url = {https://inclusive-productivity.de/nachhaltigen-konsum-neu-verstehen/},
    }

  • F. Weder, R. Hübner, W. Elmenreich, R. Sposato, and S. Mertl, “Re-Framing Sustainability in a Pandemic,” Journal for Sustainbility Research, 2022. doi:10.20900/jsr20220006
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    The Covid-19 pandemic has challenged global health and equity and reinforced intergenerational and ecological problems. Future orientation focuses primarily on existing global efforts (Earth Charter, UN Millennium Declaration, SDGs, etc.), however, there is a lack of concepts and empirical studies looking at the potential of a vision of and for the future influencing individual behavior, amplifying moral evaluations of everyday behavior, and allocating responsibility and agency. The pilot study presented assumes that sustainability as a normative framework has the potential to influence social practices on all levels (institutionalized to individual) and was aimed to explore the impact of Covid-related behavior changes on envisioned futures and the willingness to take responsibility for societal transformation processes.

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    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Hübner, Renate and Elmenreich, Wilfried and Sposato, Robert and Mertl, Stefanie},
    title = {{Re-Framing Sustainability in a Pandemic}},
    journal = {Journal for Sustainbility Research },
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {The Covid-19 pandemic has challenged global health and equity and reinforced intergenerational and ecological problems. Future orientation focuses primarily on existing global efforts (Earth Charter, UN Millennium Declaration, SDGs, etc.), however, there is a lack of concepts and empirical studies looking at the potential of a vision of and for the future influencing individual behavior, amplifying moral evaluations of everyday behavior, and allocating responsibility and agency. The pilot study presented assumes that sustainability as a normative framework has the potential to influence social practices on all levels (institutionalized to individual) and was aimed to explore the impact of Covid-related behavior changes on envisioned futures and the willingness to take responsibility for societal transformation processes.},
    doi = {10.20900/jsr20220006},
    month = {6},
    }

  • F. Risopoulos, F. Rauch, R. Hübner, K. Salicites, and J. Wlasak, “(Weiter) Bildung und nachhaltige Entwicklung für Hochschullehrende,” GAIA: Ökologische Perspektiven für Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft, vol. 31, iss. 1, p. 54–56, 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Nachhaltige Entwicklung ist angesichts der großen und dringenden globalen Herausforderungen eine für die gesamte Gesellschaft mehr denn je fordernde Aufgabe. Bildung ist ein Fundament zur Sensibilisierung, Bewusstseinsbildung und Entwicklung von Kompetenzen, die Menschen zukünftig befähigen, im Sinne einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung aktiv zu agieren. Doch wie kommen die erforderlichen Kompetenzen in das Bildungssystem?

    @article{0f4de0c57fed2fdb017fee8731ec0000,
    author = {Risopoulos, Filippina and Rauch, Franz and Hübner, Renate and Salicites, Katharina and Wlasak, Julia},
    title = {{(Weiter) Bildung und nachhaltige Entwicklung für Hochschullehrende}},
    journal = {GAIA: Ökologische Perspektiven für Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft},
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {Nachhaltige Entwicklung ist angesichts der großen und dringenden globalen Herausforderungen eine für die gesamte Gesellschaft mehr denn je fordernde Aufgabe. Bildung ist ein Fundament zur Sensibilisierung, Bewusstseinsbildung und Entwicklung von Kompetenzen, die Menschen zukünftig befähigen, im Sinne einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung aktiv zu agieren. Doch wie kommen die erforderlichen Kompetenzen in das Bildungssystem?},
    volume = {31},
    number = {1},
    pages = {54--56},
    month = {6},
    url = {https://www.oekom.de/ausgabe/01-2022-80866},
    }

  • I. Koinig and S. Diehl, “GreenfluencerInnen – Eine neue Form der Nachhaltigkeitskommunikation?,” in Nachhaltigkeit als Gegenstand und Zielgröße der Rezeptions-und Wirkungsforschung, A. S. Kümpel, C. Seeger, A. Schnauer-Stockmann, and F. Mangold, Eds., Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2022, p. 19–40.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c78136c6ed0181379ad633003b,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra},
    title = {{GreenfluencerInnen – Eine neue Form der Nachhaltigkeitskommunikation?}},
    booktitle = {Nachhaltigkeit als Gegenstand und Zielgröße der Rezeptions-und Wirkungsforschung},
    publisher = {Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH \& Co. KG},
    year = {2022},
    editor = {Anna Sophie Kümpel and Christina Seeger and Anna Schnauer-Stockmann and Frank Mangold},
    pages = {19--40},
    address = {Baden-Baden},
    month = {5},
    }

  • R. Hübner and P. Trummer, “SDG – Target 12.8 – Beschreibung: Konsum und ein gutes Leben für alle ,” 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Konsum, der zu einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung beiträgt, reduziert Ressourcenverbrauch und Emissionen (fest, flüssig und gasförmig) und wirkt darüber hinaus auch transformativ im Sinn einer Veränderung von Versorgungssystemen (Beschaffung, selber bzw. gemeinsam machen, mieten, tauschen, teilen usw.), ihrer Funktionslogiken und Strukturen (Hübner & Schmon, 2019). Konsummuster sind daher dann im Sinne der Nachhaltigkeit, wenn diese Praktiken zu einer gesellschaftlichen Entwicklung führen, die allen Menschen ein gutes Leben ermöglicht. Das heißt nicht, dass alle Menschen alles kaufen können sollen, sondern vielmehr, dass alle Menschen Zugang zu grundlegenden Gütern (für Nahrung, Wohnen, Mobilität usw.) und Dienstleistungen (medizinische Versorgung, Bildung, Kunst, Kultur, Information und Medien usw.) haben sollen.

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    year = {2022},
    abstract = {Konsum, der zu einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung beiträgt, reduziert Ressourcenverbrauch und Emissionen (fest, flüssig und gasförmig) und wirkt darüber hinaus auch transformativ im Sinn einer Veränderung von Versorgungssystemen (Beschaffung, selber bzw. gemeinsam machen, mieten, tauschen, teilen usw.), ihrer Funktionslogiken und Strukturen (Hübner \& Schmon, 2019). Konsummuster sind daher dann im Sinne der Nachhaltigkeit, wenn diese Praktiken zu einer gesellschaftlichen Entwicklung führen, die allen Menschen ein gutes Leben ermöglicht. Das heißt nicht, dass alle Menschen alles kaufen können sollen, sondern vielmehr, dass alle Menschen Zugang zu grundlegenden Gütern (für Nahrung, Wohnen, Mobilität usw.) und Dienstleistungen (medizinische Versorgung, Bildung, Kunst, Kultur, Information und Medien usw.) haben sollen.},
    month = {3},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht},
    }

  • T. Fenzl, F. Weder, D. Voci, and S. Lemke, “Demoralization Effects of Sustainability. ,” Frontiers in Communication, 2022. doi:10.3389/fcomm.2022.763465
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c480da141f0180dc5ece630074,
    author = {Fenzl, Thomas and Weder, Franzisca and Voci, Denise and Lemke, Stella},
    title = {{Demoralization Effects of Sustainability. }},
    journal = {Frontiers in Communication},
    year = {2022},
    doi = {10.3389/fcomm.2022.763465 },
    month = {5},
    url = {https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcomm.2022.763465/abstract},
    }

  • F. Rauch, M. Hugerat, M. Dulle, N. Watted, N. Kortam, and S. Asli, “Beliefs of High School Students and their Willingness to act in Arab and Jewish Communities in Israel: The Case of Global Warming,” APEduC Journal – Research and Practice in Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, vol. 3, iss. 1, p. 25–40, 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    The present study investigates student beliefs about the effectiveness of pro-environmental actions in reducing global warming, and their willingness to actually carry out these actions. We examined the attitudes of 122 high school students from heterogeneous backgrounds in Arab and Jewish societies in Israel. A quantitative research paradigm was used, employing a closed-ended questionnaire. The results of the study indicate that students are moderately prepared to adopt practices, and that they believe in the efficacy of actions to reduce global warming to a more than moderate degree. A significant difference between Jewish students and Arab students was found, with Jewish students more prepared than Arab students to take steps for the benefit of the environment. The findings can form the basis for making recommendations regarding the promotion of environmental education issues and environmental literacy in the education system

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    author = {Rauch, Franz and Hugerat, Muhamad and Dulle, Mira and Watted, Nahla and Kortam, Naji and Asli, Sare},
    title = {{Beliefs of High School Students and their Willingness to act in Arab and Jewish Communities in Israel: The Case of Global Warming}},
    journal = {APEduC Journal - Research and Practice in Science, Mathematics and Technology Education},
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {The present study investigates student beliefs about the effectiveness of pro-environmental actions in reducing global warming, and their willingness to actually carry out these actions. We examined the attitudes of 122 high school students from heterogeneous backgrounds in Arab and Jewish societies in Israel. A quantitative research paradigm was used, employing a closed-ended questionnaire. The results of the study indicate that students are moderately prepared to adopt practices, and that they believe in the efficacy of actions to reduce global warming to a more than moderate degree. A significant difference between Jewish students and Arab students was found, with Jewish students more prepared than Arab students to take steps for the benefit of the environment. The findings can form the basis for making recommendations regarding the promotion of environmental education issues and environmental literacy in the education system},
    volume = {3},
    number = {1},
    pages = {25--40},
    month = {4},
    }

  • M. Brydon-Miller, B. Williams, S. Aguja, M. Blumrich, L. De Sousa, C. Dzerefos, B. Kolb, L. Marimbe, I. Muller, G. Pillar, M. Prudente, S. Rabin, C. Rauch, F. Rauch, and A. Way, “Creating a virtual space for collaborative project planning using the future creating workshop process: building the global climate change education intiative,” Educational Action Research Journal, 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This article describes our use of an online Future Creating Workshop (FCW) as a planning strategy to support our Global Climate Change Education Initiative (GCCEI). The GCCEI is an Educational Action Research project designed to provide the opportunity for students to discover how climate change acts to affect weather, health, economy, politics, and culture in their own communities and around the world by bringing young people aged eleven to fourteen into the conversation and into relationships with an international group of peers, In order to move this project forward despite the challenges created by the pandemic, we initiated an online FCW, grounded in Critical Utopian Action Research. We provide a detailed description of this research process highlighting both the challenges we face in trying to launch this project as well as our visions for the future. We consider the implications of this research process in relation to problem-based and multimodal forms of learning. This article describes the virtual FCW that we hope can serve as a model to others as well as a reflection on the implications of the outcomes of this research process for researchers and educators interested in fostering meaningful dialogue among students regarding the climate crisis.

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    author = {Brydon-Miller, Mary and Williams, Bronwyn and Aguja, Socorro and Blumrich, Michaela and De Sousa, Luiza and Dzerefos, Cathy and Kolb, Bennet and Marimbe, Leonard and Muller, Irene and Pillar, Genevieve and Prudente, Maricar and Rabin, Shira and Rauch, Christa and Rauch, Franz and Way, Alex},
    title = {{Creating a virtual space for collaborative project planning using the future creating workshop process: building the global climate change education intiative}},
    journal = {Educational Action Research Journal},
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {This article describes our use of an online Future Creating Workshop (FCW) as a planning strategy to support our Global Climate Change Education Initiative (GCCEI). The GCCEI is an Educational Action Research project designed to provide the opportunity for students to discover how climate change acts to affect weather, health, economy, politics, and culture in their own communities and around the world by bringing young people aged eleven to fourteen into the conversation and into relationships with an international group of peers, In order to move this project forward despite the challenges created by the pandemic, we initiated an online FCW, grounded in Critical Utopian Action Research. We provide a detailed description of this research process highlighting both the challenges we face in trying to launch this project as well as our visions for the future. We consider the implications of this research process in relation to problem-based and multimodal forms of learning. This article describes the virtual FCW that we hope can serve as a model to others as well as a reflection on the implications of the outcomes of this research process for researchers and educators interested in fostering meaningful dialogue among students regarding the climate crisis.},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://•  https://doi.org/10.1080/09650792.2022.2058043 },
    }

  • F. Rauch, F. Risopoulos, L. Keller, and S. M. Preiml, “Lehrer_innenbildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung,” in 2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung., Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich, 2022, p. 1–16.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c78059555a01805c63e27e0027,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Risopoulos, Filippina and Keller, Lars and Preiml, Stefanie Margarita},
    title = {{Lehrer\_innenbildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung}},
    booktitle = {2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung. },
    publisher = {Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich},
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--16},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht\_downloads/SDG\_04\_Option\_04\_05.pdf},
    }

  • F. Weder, J. Yarnold, S. Mertl, R. Hübner, W. Elmenreich, and R. G. Sposato, “Social Learning of Sustainability in a Pandemic—Changes to Sustainability Understandings, Attitudes, and Behaviors during the Global Pandemic in a Higher Education Setting,” Sustainability, vol. 14, iss. 6, p. 1–18, 2022. doi:10.3390/su14063416
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    When people learn from each other and change their behavior accordingly, this is called social learning. COVID-19 not only taught us new habits to limit contagion, imposed restrictions also limited people’s everyday practices and behavior. Our study aims to analyze how (much) the pandemic may have incidentally fostered social learning of sustainability (SLS), representing a shift from rule-based behavior and forced behavior changes to more associative and potentially long-lasting sustainable behavior. To answer this question, we analyzed data from two mixed-method surveys with which we approached two customized samples in a higher education setting in Australia (n = 100) and Austria (n = 264). The findings show that in a higher education and, specifically, a university context, there are less sustainable practices evaluated as stable and “new normal” than assumed. Still, sustainability is more rule-related and less associative, predominantly in Australia. Nevertheless, a certain degree of awareness of what sustainable practices are can be observed mainly in Austria. As a broader implication, the study at hand leads to the conclusion that through COVID-19, sustainability at least became more tangible. Furthermore, universities as a specific institution have the potential to put sustainability higher on their agenda and take responsibility for social change. In the conclusion and outlook of the paper, limitations of the study as well as future research potential on social learning processes for sustainable development are presented and discussed.

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    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Yarnold, Jennifer and Mertl, Stefanie and Hübner, Renate and Elmenreich, Wilfried and Sposato, Robert Gennaro},
    title = {{Social Learning of Sustainability in a Pandemic—Changes to Sustainability Understandings, Attitudes, and Behaviors during the Global Pandemic in a Higher Education Setting}},
    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {When people learn from each other and change their behavior accordingly, this is called social learning. COVID-19 not only taught us new habits to limit contagion, imposed restrictions also limited people’s everyday practices and behavior. Our study aims to analyze how (much) the pandemic may have incidentally fostered social learning of sustainability (SLS), representing a shift from rule-based behavior and forced behavior changes to more associative and potentially long-lasting sustainable behavior. To answer this question, we analyzed data from two mixed-method surveys with which we approached two customized samples in a higher education setting in Australia (n = 100) and Austria (n = 264). The findings show that in a higher education and, specifically, a university context, there are less sustainable practices evaluated as stable and “new normal” than assumed. Still, sustainability is more rule-related and less associative, predominantly in Australia. Nevertheless, a certain degree of awareness of what sustainable practices are can be observed mainly in Austria. As a broader implication, the study at hand leads to the conclusion that through COVID-19, sustainability at least became more tangible. Furthermore, universities as a specific institution have the potential to put sustainability higher on their agenda and take responsibility for social change. In the conclusion and outlook of the paper, limitations of the study as well as future research potential on social learning processes for sustainable development are presented and discussed.},
    doi = {10.3390/su14063416},
    volume = {14},
    number = {6},
    pages = {1--18},
    month = {3},
    url = {https://mdpi-res.com/d\_attachment/sustainability/sustainability-14-03416/article\_deploy/sustainability-14-03416.pdf},
    }

  • R. Hübner, H. Mayr, and F. Risopoulos, “Etablierung von BNE-Weiterbildungsprogrammen für Hochschullehrende an Universitäten und Hochschulen,” 2022.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @techreport{0f4de0c6825c516a01825ef25ef200bd,
    author = {Hübner, Renate and Mayr, Helga and Risopoulos, Filippina},
    title = {{Etablierung von BNE-Weiterbildungsprogrammen für Hochschullehrende an Universitäten und Hochschulen}},
    year = {2022},
    month = {3},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht},
    }

  • C. Weberhofer, T. Allmer, F. Rauch, and L. Keller, “SDG 4: Hochwertige Bildung ,” in 2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung., Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich, 2022, p. 1–10.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c78025d63501802755c1450101,
    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline and Allmer, Thomas and Rauch, Franz and Keller, Lars},
    title = {{SDG 4: Hochwertige Bildung }},
    booktitle = {2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung. },
    publisher = {Allianz Nachhaltiger Universitäten in Österreich},
    year = {2022},
    pages = {1--10},
    month = {3},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht\_downloads/SDG\_04.pdf},
    }

  • W. Hagman, A. Erlandsson, S. Dickert, G. Tinghög, and D. Västfjäll, “The effect of paternalistic alternatives on attitudes toward default nudges,” Behavioural Public Policy, vol. 6, iss. 1, p. 95–118, 2022. doi:10.1017/bpp.2019.17
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Nudges are increasingly being proposed and used as a policy tool around the world. The success of nudges depends on public acceptance. However, several questions about what makes a nudge acceptable remain unanswered. In this paper, we examine whether policy alternatives to nudges influence the public's acceptance of these nudges: Do attitudes change when the nudge is presented alongside either a more paternalistic policy alternative (legislation) or a less paternalistic alternative (no behavioral intervention)? In two separate samples drawn from the Swedish general public, we find a very small effect of alternatives on the acceptability of various default nudges overall. Surprisingly, we find that when the alternative to the nudge is legislation, acceptance decreases and perceived intrusiveness increases (relative to conditions where the alternative is no regulation). An implication of this finding is that acceptance of nudges may not always automatically increase when nudges are explicitly compared to more paternalistic alternatives.

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    author = {Hagman, William and Erlandsson, Arvid and Dickert, Stephan and Tinghög, Gustav and Västfjäll, Daniel},
    title = {{The effect of paternalistic alternatives on attitudes toward default nudges}},
    journal = {Behavioural Public Policy},
    year = {2022},
    abstract = {Nudges are increasingly being proposed and used as a policy tool around the world. The success of nudges depends on public acceptance. However, several questions about what makes a nudge acceptable remain unanswered. In this paper, we examine whether policy alternatives to nudges influence the public\'s acceptance of these nudges: Do attitudes change when the nudge is presented alongside either a more paternalistic policy alternative (legislation) or a less paternalistic alternative (no behavioral intervention)? In two separate samples drawn from the Swedish general public, we find a very small effect of alternatives on the acceptability of various default nudges overall. Surprisingly, we find that when the alternative to the nudge is legislation, acceptance decreases and perceived intrusiveness increases (relative to conditions where the alternative is no regulation). An implication of this finding is that acceptance of nudges may not always automatically increase when nudges are explicitly compared to more paternalistic alternatives.},
    doi = {10.1017/bpp.2019.17},
    volume = {6},
    number = {1},
    pages = {95--118},
    month = {1},
    }

2021

  • L. De Oliveira Souza, M. Porciuncula, L. Zapata-Cardona, A. Salcedo, D. Frischemeier, and M. Borovcnik, “Statistics Education Research From a Latin American Perspective,” Statistics Education Research Journal, p. 1–4, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c67e8f365a017e90f81f7800f7,
    author = {De Oliveira Souza, Leandro and Porciuncula, Mauren and Zapata-Cardona, Lucia and Salcedo, Audy and Frischemeier, Daniel and Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Statistics Education Research From a Latin American Perspective}},
    journal = {Statistics Education Research Journal},
    year = {2021},
    pages = {1--4},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://iase-web.org/ojs/SERJ/article/view/428},
    }

  • Ödön. Vancsó, P. Fejes Tóth, and M. Borovcnik, “A complex concept about statistical inference and a planned school experiment based on it,” in Proceedings of the 63rd World Statistics Congress, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c67e8f365a017e90e0a651004a,
    author = {Vancsó, Ödön and Fejes Tóth, Péter and Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{A complex concept about statistical inference and a planned school experiment based on it}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 63rd World Statistics Congress},
    year = {2021},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://www.isi-web.org/files/docs/papers-and-abstracts/154-day3-ips078-a-complex-concept-about-statis.pdf },
    }

  • C. Weberhofer, F. Rauch, T. Allmer, L. Keller, M. Weber, R. Bates, B. Gruber, R. Hübner, M. Kernegger, and A. Ratiu, Bildungskonzepte für nachhaltige Entwicklung in allen Studienplänen an Universitäten und Hochschulen verankern, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung. Maßnahmenübersicht

    @misc{0f4de0c57e231136017e2534d8de03f9,
    abstract = {2030. Österreichs Handlungsoptionen für ein gutes Leben aus Forschungssicht. Die Potentiale der UN-Agenda 2030 aus Sicht interdisziplinärer Forschung. Maßnahmenübersicht},
    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline and Rauch, Franz and Allmer, Thomas and Keller, Lars and Weber, Mirjam and Bates, Romana and Gruber, Bettina and Hübner, Renate and Kernegger, Margarete and Ratiu, Anca},
    title = {Bildungskonzepte für nachhaltige Entwicklung in allen Studienplänen an Universitäten und Hochschulen verankern},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {12},
    year = {2021},
    }

  • C. Weberhofer, C. Glettler, and B. Benoist-Kosler, Verankerung von Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung im bundesländerübergreifenden BildungsRahmenPlan für elementare Bildungseinrichtungen in Österreich, 2021.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c57e231136017e251d99130379,
    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline and Glettler, Christiana and Benoist-Kosler, Barbara},
    title = {Verankerung von Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung im bundesländerübergreifenden BildungsRahmenPlan für elementare Bildungseinrichtungen in Österreich},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {12},
    year = {2021},
    }

  • C. Weberhofer, C. Glettler, and B. Benoist-Kosler, Verankerung von Konzepten einer Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung in der Aus-, Fort- und Weiterbildung der Pädagog_innen in der Elementarpädagogik, 2021.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c57e231136017e2531f53c03d0,
    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline and Glettler, Christiana and Benoist-Kosler, Barbara},
    title = {Verankerung von Konzepten einer Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung in der Aus-, Fort- und Weiterbildung der Pädagog\_innen in der Elementarpädagogik},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {12},
    year = {2021},
    }

  • F. Weder and N. Dobric, “Conceptualisation of Sustainability: A Theoretical and Methodological Framework for Understanding Metaphors and Narratives of Sustainability,” Colloquium – New Philologies, vol. 6, iss. 2, p. 46–64, 2021. doi:10.23963/cnp.2021.6.2.3
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    @article{0f4de0c680bb2e5b0180bd529b020069,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Dobric, Nikola},
    title = {{Conceptualisation of Sustainability: A Theoretical and Methodological Framework for Understanding Metaphors and Narratives of Sustainability}},
    journal = {Colloquium - New Philologies},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.23963/cnp.2021.6.2.3},
    volume = {6},
    number = {2},
    pages = {46--64},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://colloquium.aau.at/index.php/Colloquium/issue/view/12},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz, Leistungsfähige, rechenschaftspflichtige und transparente Institutionen auf allen Ebenen aufbauen & dafür sorgen, dass die Entscheidungsfindung auf allen Ebenen bedarfsorientiert, inklusiv, partizipatorisch und repräsentativ ist, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c480a694550180a7d2da9e005b,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {Leistungsfähige, rechenschaftspflichtige und transparente Institutionen auf allen Ebenen aufbauen \& dafür sorgen, dass die Entscheidungsfindung auf allen Ebenen bedarfsorientiert, inklusiv, partizipatorisch und repräsentativ ist },
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2021},
    isbn = {978-3-901182-71-6},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht\_downloads/SDG\_16\_Target\_16\_6\_16\_7.pdf},
    }

  • F. Weder, M. Jogiono, S. Lemke, T. Fenzl, and D. Voci, Overmoralization of (m)eating behavior? Sustainable consumption and food choices in Central Europe, Australia, and Indonesia, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c57cee1384017cef7eb7ba0049,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Jogiono, Miriam and Lemke, Stella and Fenzl, Thomas and Voci, Denise},
    title = {Overmoralization of (m)eating behavior? Sustainable consumption and food choices in Central Europe, Australia, and Indonesia},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2021},
    isbn = {978-91-89341-17-3},
    url = {http://miun.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1608600/FULLTEXT01.pdf},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz, Weiterbildungs- und Dialogsettings zur Unterstützung inter-organisationaler Kooperation entwickeln und etablieren, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c780b6087e0180b7147f94003f,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {Weiterbildungs- und Dialogsettings zur Unterstützung inter-organisationaler Kooperation entwickeln und etablieren},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2021},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/optionenbericht\_downloads/SDG\_16\_Option\_16\_15.pdf},
    }

  • D. Voci and M. Karmasin, How sustainable are media and communication studies?, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c57cee1384017cef7ab7c80033,
    author = {Voci, Denise and Karmasin, Matthias},
    title = {How sustainable are media and communication studies? },
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2021},
    isbn = {978-91-89341-17-3},
    url = {http://miun.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2\%3A1608600\&dswid=-2143},
    }

  • D. Audretsch, G. M. Eichler, and E. Schwarz, “Emerging needs of social innovators and social innovation ecosystems,” International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, p. 1–38, 2021. doi:10.1007/s11365-021-00789-9
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    @article{0f4de0c57d4ac655017d4c154bf3001b,
    author = {Audretsch, David and Eichler, Georg Maximilian and Schwarz, Erich},
    title = {{Emerging needs of social innovators and social innovation ecosystems}},
    journal = {International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1007/s11365-021-00789-9},
    pages = {1--38},
    month = {11},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11365-021-00789-9},
    }

  • W. Malecki, A. Weik von Mossner, P. Sorokowski, and T. Frackowiak, “Extinction Stories Matter: The Impact of Narrative Representations of Endangered Species Across Media,” ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, p. 1–19, 2021. doi:10.1093/isle/isab094
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    @article{0f4de0c57df9ddce017dfb80b58f0045,
    author = {Malecki, Wojciech and Weik von Mossner, Alexa and Sorokowski, Piotr and Frackowiak, Tomasz},
    title = {{Extinction Stories Matter: The Impact of Narrative Representations of Endangered Species Across Media}},
    journal = {ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1093/isle/isab094},
    pages = {1--19},
    month = {11},
    url = {https://academic.oup.com/isle/advance-article/doi/10.1093/isle/isab094/6433093?searchresult=1},
    }

  • C. Paul-Horn and E. Krainz, “Metapher als Intervention,” in Forschung, die eingreift, C. Paul-Horn and T. Rabl, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, 2021, vol. 13, p. 275–302. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-3299-4
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c77c762076017c79796515007f,
    author = {Paul-Horn, Carina and Krainz, Ewald},
    title = {{Metapher als Intervention}},
    booktitle = {Forschung, die eingreift},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-3299-4},
    editor = {Carina Paul-Horn and Tina Rabl},
    volume = {13},
    series = {Schriften zur Gruppen- und Organisationsdynamik},
    pages = {275--302},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    month = {10},
    isbn = {978-3-658-32990-7},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, “Informelle statistische Inferenz,” Schriftenreihe zur Didaktik der Mathematik der Österreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft (ÖMG), p. 1–16, 2021.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c67e8f365a017e90f57d9100e5,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Informelle statistische Inferenz}},
    journal = {Schriftenreihe zur Didaktik der Mathematik der Österreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft (ÖMG)},
    year = {2021},
    pages = {1--16},
    }

  • F. Rauch, W. Elmenreich, R. Hübner, M. Jungmeier, E. Gračner, and R. Sposato, “Designing and Implementing an Interfaculty Elective “Sustainble Development” Course at a University: Concepts, Development and Lessons Learned,” ARISE – Action Research and Innovation in Science Education, vol. 4, iss. 1, p. 33–36, 2021. doi:10.12973/arise/506882
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This paper describes the case of a university course addressing Sustainable Development (SD). This interdisciplinary and interfaculty elective course is meant to serve the purpose of teaching sustainability. At the same time, it is also intended to serve as an instrument for the implementation of sustainability at the University of Klagenfurt in Austria. The paper describes the conception and implementation of an interdisciplinary elective as a first appropriate step to implement SD at the University of Klagenfurt across disciplinary and structural barriers. Furthermore, the paper presents reflections of the course based on a series of interviews with the leading teaching team as well as the team's ongoing reflections. As it turns out: The major challenge is that a system based on individual freedom in research and teaching needs to intervene within its own system to create and initiate a new development.

    @article{0f4de0c77c762076017c78dadcf80015,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Elmenreich, Wilfried and Hübner, Renate and Jungmeier, Michael and Gračner, Ema and Sposato, Robert},
    title = {{Designing and Implementing an Interfaculty Elective "Sustainble Development" Course at a University: Concepts, Development and Lessons Learned}},
    journal = {ARISE - Action Research and Innovation in Science Education},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {This paper describes the case of a university course addressing Sustainable Development (SD). This interdisciplinary and interfaculty elective course is meant to serve the purpose of teaching sustainability. At the same time, it is also intended to serve as an instrument for the implementation of sustainability at the University of Klagenfurt in Austria. The paper describes the conception and implementation of an interdisciplinary elective as a first appropriate step to implement SD at the University of Klagenfurt across disciplinary and structural barriers. Furthermore, the paper presents reflections of the course based on a series of interviews with the leading teaching team as well as the team\'s ongoing reflections. As it turns out: The major challenge is that a system based on individual freedom in research and teaching needs to intervene within its own system to create and initiate a new development.},
    doi = {10.12973/arise/506882},
    volume = {4},
    number = {1},
    pages = {33--36},
    url = {https://www.arisejournal.com/index.php/arise/article/view/43},
    }

  • F. Rauch, R. Hübner, D. Fischer, I. Seidl, and B. Baptista, Editorial: Seven years of the GAIA Master Student Paper Award, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c778ce24f80178d1879b7203a1,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Hübner, Renate and Fischer, Daniel and Seidl, Irmi and Baptista, Bianca},
    title = {Editorial: Seven years of the GAIA Master Student Paper Award},
    howpublished = {Print},
    year = {2021},
    url = {https://www.oekom.de/ausgabe/01-2021-80809},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Feeling Bad? Veganism, Climate Change, and the Rhetoric of Cowspiracy,” in Veg(etari)an Arguments in Culture, History, and Practice: The V Word, C. Hanganu-Bresch and K. Kondrlik, Eds., New York (NY): Palgrave Macmillan, 2021, p. 245–269. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-53280-2_10
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c67db1c4a8017db30a2b8f006f,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Feeling Bad? Veganism, Climate Change, and the Rhetoric of Cowspiracy}},
    booktitle = { Veg(etari)an Arguments in Culture, History, and Practice: The V Word},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-030-53280-2\_10},
    editor = {Cristina Hanganu-Bresch and Kristin Kondrlik},
    pages = {245--269},
    address = {New York (NY)},
    isbn = {978-3-030-53280-2},
    }

  • R. E. Lerchster, “Forschen, Intervenieren, Aufklären und Entwickeln! ,” in Forschung, die eingreift, C. Paul-Horn and T. Rabl, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, 2021, p. 107–128.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c77d5a390f017d5c12742c000c,
    author = {Lerchster, Ruth Erika},
    title = {{Forschen, Intervenieren, Aufklären und Entwickeln! }},
    booktitle = {Forschung, die eingreift},
    publisher = {Springer Fachmedien},
    year = {2021},
    editor = {Carina Paul-Horn and Tina Rabl},
    pages = {107--128},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    isbn = {978-3-658-32990-7},
    }

  • F. Weder and D. Voci, “From Ignorance to Resonance: Analysis of the Transformative Potential of Dissensus and Agonistic Deliberation in Sustainability Communication,” International Journal of Communication, iss. 25, p. 163–186, 2021.
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    @article{0f4de0c679163d990179173f45610006,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Voci, Denise},
    title = {{From Ignorance to Resonance: Analysis of the Transformative Potential of Dissensus and Agonistic Deliberation in Sustainability Communication}},
    journal = {International Journal of Communication},
    year = {2021},
    number = {25},
    pages = {163--186},
    month = {1},
    url = {https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/14969},
    }

  • M. Karmasin, D. Voci, F. Weder, and L. Krainer, “Future Perspectives: Sustainability Communication as Scientific and Societal Challenge,” in The Sustainability Communication Reader, F. Weder, L. Krainer, and M. Karmasin, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2021, p. 585–591. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31883-3_31
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c678e7e4250178e9802cb800dc,
    author = {Karmasin, Matthias and Voci, Denise and Weder, Franzisca and Krainer, Larissa},
    title = {{Future Perspectives: Sustainability Communication as Scientific and Societal Challenge}},
    booktitle = {The Sustainability Communication Reader},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-31883-3\_31},
    editor = {Franzisca Weder and Larissa Krainer and Matthias Karmasin},
    pages = {585--591},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    isbn = {978-3-658-31882-6},
    }

  • A. Fuchs, C. Pichler-Koban, A. Pitman, W. Elmenreich, and M. Jungmeier, “Games and Gamification – New Instruments for Communicating Sustainability,” in The Sustainability Communication Reader, F. Weder, L. Krainer, and M. Karmasin, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2021, p. 221–243. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31883-3_13
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Sustainability is not a single concept, but a bundle of concepts that has broadened significantly in recent decades. Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) must therefore not only impart new knowledge but should also focus on supporting its students in acquiring new competences, both on a personal and an institutional level. Games and gamification can be important instruments for developing these competencies and experimenting in very different situations, simulating different scenarios and experiencing unexpected situations and outcomes.

    @incollection{0f4de0c6790bf0b301790ece71b701c0,
    author = {Fuchs, Anneliese and Pichler-Koban, Christina and Pitman, Arthur and Elmenreich, Wilfried and Jungmeier, Michael},
    title = {{Games and Gamification - New Instruments for Communicating Sustainability}},
    booktitle = {The Sustainability Communication Reader},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {Sustainability is not a single concept, but a bundle of concepts that has broadened significantly in recent decades. Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) must therefore not only impart new knowledge but should also focus on supporting its students in acquiring new competences, both on a personal and an institutional level. Games and gamification can be important instruments for developing these competencies and experimenting in very different situations, simulating different scenarios and experiencing unexpected situations and outcomes.},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-31883-3\_13},
    editor = {Franzisca Weder and Larissa Krainer and Matthias Karmasin},
    pages = {221--243},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    url = {https://mobile.aau.at/publications/fuchs-2021-Games\_and\_Gamification\_New\_Instruments\_for\_Communicating\_Sustainability.pdf},
    }

  • J. Irshaid, R. E. Herrenbrück, and D. Barben, “Globale Herausforderungen der Landwirtschaft: „Smart Farming“-Innovationen als Beitrag zur Risikominderung und Resilienzsteigerung? ,” in Risiko und Resilienz, D. Barben and H. P. Groß, Eds., München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 2021, vol. 10, p. 131–166.
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    @incollection{0f4de0c7791b644f01791c31be900021,
    author = {Irshaid, Jenan and Herrenbrück, Robert Edgar and Barben, Daniel},
    title = {{Globale Herausforderungen der Landwirtschaft: „Smart Farming“-Innovationen als Beitrag zur Risikominderung und Resilienzsteigerung? }},
    booktitle = {Risiko und Resilienz},
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2021},
    editor = {Daniel Barben and Horst Peter Groß},
    volume = {10},
    series = {Klagenfurter Interdisziplinäres Kolleg},
    pages = {131--166},
    address = {München, Wien},
    isbn = {9783890197470},
    }

  • I. Koinig and S. Diehl, “Health Communication (Campaigns) for Sustainable Development—Can Social Media be a Remedy?,” in The Sustainability Communication Reader, F. Weder, L. Krainer, and M. Karmasin, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2021, p. 437–460. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31883-3
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c579b5e30d0179b7acb7c10022,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra},
    title = {{Health Communication (Campaigns) for Sustainable Development—Can Social Media be a Remedy?}},
    booktitle = {The Sustainability Communication Reader},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-31883-3},
    editor = {Franzisca Weder and Larissa Krainer and Matthias Karmasin},
    pages = {437--460},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    isbn = {978-3-658-31883-3},
    url = {https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783658318826},
    }

  • A. Bauer, M. Dreyer, H. Kosow, B. Chonkova, V. Kozarev, and L. Timotijevic, “Public engagement with research: Citizens’ views on motivations, barriers and support,” Research for All, vol. 5, iss. 2, p. 302–319, 2021. doi:10.14324/RFA.05.2.08
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    @article{0f4de0c47c2f50f1017c30b7d43e0057,
    author = {Bauer, Anja and Dreyer, Marion and Kosow, Hannah and Chonkova, Blagovesta and Kozarev, Vetseslav and Timotijevic, Lada},
    title = {{Public engagement with research: Citizens’ views on motivations, barriers and support}},
    journal = {Research for All},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.14324/RFA.05.2.08},
    volume = {5},
    number = {2},
    pages = {302--319},
    url = {https://www.uclpress.co.uk/pages/research-for-all},
    }

  • B. Moser-Plautz and S. Korac, “Introducing Gender Perspectives in the Budgetary Process at the Central Government Level,” International Journal of Public Administration, vol. 44, iss. 14, p. 1274–1285, 2021. doi:10.1080/01900692.2020.1755683
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c671e298cc0171e3eff3a500a9,
    author = {Moser-Plautz, Birgit and Korac, Sanja},
    title = {{Introducing Gender Perspectives in the Budgetary Process at the Central Government Level}},
    journal = {International Journal of Public Administration},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1080/01900692.2020.1755683},
    volume = {44},
    number = {14},
    pages = {1274--1285},
    }

  • F. Weder, R. Hübner, and D. Voci, “Ist nachhaltig „normal“? ,” in Reparieren, Selbermachen und Kreislaufwirtschaften, M. Jonas, N. Tröger, and S. Nessel, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2021, vol. 7, p. 147–169.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    DerBeitrag setzt sich mit der Frage auseinander, inwieweit Nachhaltigkeit bereits„normal“ ist, sich also in alltäglichen Verhaltens- und Konsummustern etablierthat. Mit einer quantitativen Befragung wurden Veränderungen im Umgang mit(Konsum-)Gütern in Österreich zwischen 2015 und 2019 erhoben. Die Ergebnissewurden durch narrative Interviews ergänzt und reflektiert, die mit einem innovativenStorytelling-Konzept Nachhaltigkeitsnarrativen und Dissonanzen in Bezug aufNachhaltigkeit als normativem Rahmenwerk für individuelles Handeln nachgingen.Die zentralen Ergebnisse der Studie zeigen, dass Nachhaltigkeit als moralischerKompass im Bewusstsein der Konsument*innen in Österreich angekommen ist, insbesondere,wenn es um die Nutzungsdauer von Produkten, speziell von Smartphones, geht. KonkreteHandlungsveränderungen werden aber weniger durch eine „Moralisierung“ mitNachhaltigkeit als „Konsum-Kompass“, sondern vielmehr durch positiveErfahrungen der Peergroup, Vorbilder in der Familie oder entsprechendekommunikative Aushandlungsprozesse im Sinne einer Selbstmoralisierung in derpersönlichen Nahwelt beeinflusst.

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    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Hübner, Renate and Voci, Denise},
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    booktitle = {Reparieren, Selbermachen und Kreislaufwirtschaften},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {DerBeitrag setzt sich mit der Frage auseinander, inwieweit Nachhaltigkeit bereits„normal“ ist, sich also in alltäglichen Verhaltens- und Konsummustern etablierthat. Mit einer quantitativen Befragung wurden Veränderungen im Umgang mit(Konsum-)Gütern in Österreich zwischen 2015 und 2019 erhoben. Die Ergebnissewurden durch narrative Interviews ergänzt und reflektiert, die mit einem innovativenStorytelling-Konzept Nachhaltigkeitsnarrativen und Dissonanzen in Bezug aufNachhaltigkeit als normativem Rahmenwerk für individuelles Handeln nachgingen.Die zentralen Ergebnisse der Studie zeigen, dass Nachhaltigkeit als moralischerKompass im Bewusstsein der Konsument*innen in Österreich angekommen ist, insbesondere,wenn es um die Nutzungsdauer von Produkten, speziell von Smartphones, geht. KonkreteHandlungsveränderungen werden aber weniger durch eine „Moralisierung“ mitNachhaltigkeit als „Konsum-Kompass“, sondern vielmehr durch positiveErfahrungen der Peergroup, Vorbilder in der Familie oder entsprechendekommunikative Aushandlungsprozesse im Sinne einer Selbstmoralisierung in derpersönlichen Nahwelt beeinflusst.},
    editor = {Michael Jonas and Nina Tröger and Sebastian Nessel},
    volume = {7},
    series = {Kritische Verbraucherforschung},
    pages = {147--169},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    }

  • A. Bauer, D. Fuchs, T. Udrea, and L. Capari, Modelling which future?, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c777189f5801771a22f5d00129,
    author = {Bauer, Anja and Fuchs, Daniela and Udrea, Titus and Capari, Leo},
    title = {Modelling which future?},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {1},
    year = {2021},
    url = {https://www.oeaw.ac.at/ita/publikationen/publikationsreihen/ita-dossiers},
    }

  • F. Knorre, M. Wagner, and M. Grupe, “Monitoring Cointegrating Polynomial Regressions: Theory and Application to the Environmental Kuznets Curves for Carbon and Sulfur Dioxide Emissions,” Econometrics, vol. 9, iss. 1, 2021. doi:10.3390/econometrics9010012
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c778ce24f80178cfd2df4700e8,
    author = {Knorre, Fabian and Wagner, Martin and Grupe, Maximilian},
    title = {{Monitoring Cointegrating Polynomial Regressions: Theory and Application to the Environmental Kuznets Curves for Carbon and Sulfur Dioxide Emissions}},
    journal = {Econometrics},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.3390/econometrics9010012},
    volume = {9},
    number = {1},
    url = {https://www.mdpi.com/2225-1146/9/1/12},
    }

  • D. Barben, R. Birner, and H. Zinke, “Nachhaltige Bioökonomie und gesellschaftliche Transformation. Manifest mit zehn Thesen,” GAIA – Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, vol. 30, iss. 1, p. 12–17, 2021. doi:10.14512/gaia.30.1.4
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c678ed0aa60178ee6325db00a0,
    author = {Barben, Daniel and Birner, Regina and Zinke, Holger},
    title = {{Nachhaltige Bioökonomie und gesellschaftliche Transformation. Manifest mit zehn Thesen}},
    journal = {GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.14512/gaia.30.1.4},
    volume = {30},
    number = {1},
    pages = {12--17},
    url = {https://www.oekom.de/ausgabe/gaia-01-2021-80809},
    }

  • A. Bauer, D. Fuchs, and A. Bogner, “Nur kein Protest? Eingeladene Partizipation und Bedingungen zivilgesellschaftlicher Beteiligung,” in Gesellschaftliche Transformationen, R. Lindner, Ed., Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2021, vol. 22, p. 219–230.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c677189ef3017719ff50030279,
    author = {Bauer, Anja and Fuchs, Daniela and Bogner, Alexander},
    title = {{Nur kein Protest? Eingeladene Partizipation und Bedingungen zivilgesellschaftlicher Beteiligung}},
    booktitle = {Gesellschaftliche Transformationen},
    publisher = {Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH \& Co. KG},
    year = {2021},
    editor = {Ralf Lindner},
    volume = {22},
    series = {Gesellschaft - Technik - Umwelt. Neue Folge},
    pages = {219--230},
    address = {Baden-Baden},
    isbn = {9783848760350},
    }

  • E. Schwarz, P. Gregori, I. Krajger, and M. Wdowiak, “Entrepreneurial lean thinking for sustainable business modeling: a workshop design for incumbent firms,” NachhaltigkeitsManagementForum, p. 1–15, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In times of increasing concerns and extensive political debates about social and environmental problems, incumbent firms are obliged to reduce their negative environmental impact by implementing sustainable business model innovation. Yet, realizing more sustainable business model variants entails several complexities and associated challenges that need to be overcome. To support this task, this article takes an entrepreneurship perspective on sustainable business model innovation and combines literature of business models and entrepreneurial lean thinking (ELT). In doing so, it derives a workshop design grounded in contemporary theory with state-of-the-art tools and methods. The workshop is framed as a stage-gate process facilitating the notions of ELT with iterative cycles of ‘create, test, and improve’ and spans the phases of opportunity identification, opportunity evaluation, opportunity development through sustainable business model design, and decision of opportunity exploitation. The article shows that ELT is an appropriate yet underutilized approach for sustainable business modeling. Further, it discusses how the workshop supports opportunities and mitigate pitfalls of ELT for sustainable business modeling. As such, the findings have theoretical implications for the intersection of sustainability and lean approaches in innovation research as well as implications for practitioners by providing a comprehensive framework to support sustainable business model innovation.

    @article{0f4de0c476f492260176f84bd1fa0438,
    author = {Schwarz, Erich and Gregori, Patrick and Krajger, Ines and Wdowiak, Malgorzata},
    title = {{Entrepreneurial lean thinking for sustainable business modeling: a workshop design for incumbent firms}},
    journal = {NachhaltigkeitsManagementForum},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {In times of increasing concerns and extensive political debates about social and environmental problems, incumbent firms are obliged to reduce their negative environmental impact by implementing sustainable business model innovation. Yet, realizing more sustainable business model variants entails several complexities and associated challenges that need to be overcome. To support this task, this article takes an entrepreneurship perspective on sustainable business model innovation and combines literature of business models and entrepreneurial lean thinking (ELT). In doing so, it derives a workshop design grounded in contemporary theory with state-of-the-art tools and methods. The workshop is framed as a stage-gate process facilitating the notions of ELT with iterative cycles of ‘create, test, and improve’ and spans the phases of opportunity identification, opportunity evaluation, opportunity development through sustainable business model design, and decision of opportunity exploitation. The article shows that ELT is an appropriate yet underutilized approach for sustainable business modeling. Further, it discusses how the workshop supports opportunities and mitigate pitfalls of ELT for sustainable business modeling. As such, the findings have theoretical implications for the intersection of sustainability and lean approaches in innovation research as well as implications for practitioners by providing a comprehensive framework to support sustainable business model innovation.},
    pages = {1--15},
    month = {1},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007\%2Fs00550-020-00508-y},
    }

  • H. P. Gross and D. Barben, “Risiko und Resilienz,” in Risiko und Resilienz, D. Barben and H. P. Groß, Eds., München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 2021, vol. 10, p. 7–14.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c7792ffd6601793166e55b001e,
    author = {Gross, Horst Peter and Barben, Daniel},
    title = {{Risiko und Resilienz}},
    booktitle = {Risiko und Resilienz},
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2021},
    editor = {Daniel Barben and Horst Peter Groß},
    volume = {10},
    series = {Klagenfurter Interdisziplinäres Kolleg},
    pages = {7--14},
    address = {München, Wien},
    isbn = {9783890197470},
    }

  • D. Barben and H. P. Groß, Risiko und Resilienz, Profil Verlag, 2021, vol. 10.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Das Begriffspaar Risiko und Resilienz findet sich in verschiedenen wissenschaftlichen wie auch praktischen Kontexten. Es betrifft insbesondere die Analyse soziotechnischer, ökologischer, ökonomischer, politischer und militärischer Gefährdungen – für Individuen, Organisationen, Gesellschaften oder gar die Weltgemeinschaft – sowie Strategien und Kulturen des Umgangs mit solchen Gefährdungen oder tatsächlich eingetretenen Schadensereignissen und Katastrophen.

    @book{0f4de0c7791b644f01791c2517160000,
    author = {Barben, Daniel and Groß, Horst Peter},
    title = {{Risiko und Resilienz}},
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {Das Begriffspaar Risiko und Resilienz findet sich in verschiedenen wissenschaftlichen wie auch praktischen Kontexten. Es betrifft insbesondere die Analyse soziotechnischer, ökologischer, ökonomischer, politischer und militärischer Gefährdungen – für Individuen, Organisationen, Gesellschaften oder gar die Weltgemeinschaft – sowie Strategien und Kulturen des Umgangs mit solchen Gefährdungen oder tatsächlich eingetretenen Schadensereignissen und Katastrophen.},
    volume = {10},
    isbn = {9783890197470},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Screening Veganism: The Production, Rhetoric, and Reception of Vegan Advocacy Films,” in The Routledge Handbook of Vegan Studies, L. Wright, Ed., New York: Routledge, 2021, p. 309–318.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c57df9ddce017dfb7a4ca5002e,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Screening Veganism: The Production, Rhetoric, and Reception of Vegan Advocacy Films}},
    booktitle = {The Routledge Handbook of Vegan Studies},
    publisher = {Routledge },
    year = {2021},
    editor = {Laura Wright},
    pages = {309--318},
    address = {New York},
    isbn = {9780367897468},
    }

  • F. Weder, M. Karmasin, L. Krainer, and D. Voci, “Sustainability Communication as Critical Perspective in Media and Communication Studies – an Introduction,” in The Sustainability Communication Reader, F. Weder, L. Krainer, and M. Karmasin, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2021, p. 1–11. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-31883-3_1
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c678e7e4250178e9752a9900c1,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Karmasin, Matthias and Krainer, Larissa and Voci, Denise},
    title = {{Sustainability Communication as Critical Perspective in Media and Communication Studies - an Introduction}},
    booktitle = {The Sustainability Communication Reader},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-31883-3\_1},
    editor = {Franzisca Weder and Larissa Krainer and Matthias Karmasin},
    pages = {1--11},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    isbn = {978-3-658-31882-6},
    }

  • F. Weder, L. Krainer, and M. Karmasin, The Sustainability Communication Reader, Springer VS, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    The Textbook seeks for an innovative approach to Sustainability Communication as transdisciplinary area of research. Following the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which are intended to transform the world as it is known, we seek for a multidisciplinary discussion of the role communication plays in realizing these goals. With complementing theoretical approaches and concepts, the book offers various perspectives on communication practices and strategies on an individual, organizational, institutional, as well as public level that contribute, enable (or hinder) sustainable development. Presented case studies show methodological as well as issue specific challenges in sustainability communication. Therefore, the book introduces and promotes innovative methods for this specific area of research.

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    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Krainer, Larissa and Karmasin, Matthias},
    title = {{The Sustainability Communication Reader}},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {The Textbook seeks for an innovative approach to Sustainability Communication as transdisciplinary area of research. Following the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which are intended to transform the world as it is known, we seek for a multidisciplinary discussion of the role communication plays in realizing these goals. With complementing theoretical approaches and concepts, the book offers various perspectives on communication practices and strategies on an individual, organizational, institutional, as well as public level that contribute, enable (or hinder) sustainable development. Presented case studies show methodological as well as issue specific challenges in sustainability communication. Therefore, the book introduces and promotes innovative methods for this specific area of research.},
    isbn = {978-3-658-31882-6},
    }

  • C. Plank, W. Haas, A. Schreuer, J. Irshaid, D. Barben, and C. Görg, “Climate policy integration viewed through the stakeholders’ eyes: A co‐production of knowledge in social‐ecological transformation research,” Environmental Policy and Governance, vol. 10, iss. 7, p. 1–13, 2021. doi:10.1002/eet.1938
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Climate policy integration (CPI) is regarded in the literature as key to combatting cli-mate change. It has been critically discussed to what extent climate policy is inte-grated in different policy fields at the European and the national level. In this paper,we analyze the expectations toward CPI from the perspective of stakeholders focus-ing on two fields in Austria—energy and land use. We combine CPI approaches withsocial-ecological transformation research, which highlights obstacles for CPI, whichcan be found in the polity, leading to conflicts between different actor groups orinstitutions. More specifically, we examine, through a process of co-production ofknowledge together with stakeholder groups, how CPI functions in its categories ofhorizontal and vertical policy integration, cooperation and conflict, reporting, vision,uncertainties, and reflexivity. Results show that policy integration remains contested,alternative visions to economic growth are needed and communication with policy-makers needs to be improved. Furthermore, reflexive learning is central for the suc-cess of CPI. Finally, it matters who has access and who plays a role in governancestructures. Co-production of knowledge can play a crucial role, but faces a challeng-ing tension between being inclusive and losing its transformative capacities. A shiftfrom a narrow focus on policy making to consider the limiting or enabling structuralconditions for interaction between a wide variety of stakeholders is required. Insteadof reflexive learning how to best accommodate the powerful interest groups, thiscould increase the space for reflexive and adaptive policy integration aimed atachieving normative climate targets.

    @article{0f4de0c678ed0aa60178ee78c0ea00de,
    author = {Plank, Christina and Haas, Willi and Schreuer, Anna and Irshaid, Jenan and Barben, Daniel and Görg, Christoph},
    title = {{Climate policy integration viewed through the stakeholders' eyes: A co‐production of knowledge in social‐ecological transformation research}},
    journal = {Environmental Policy and Governance},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {Climate policy integration (CPI) is regarded in the literature as key to combatting cli-mate change. It has been critically discussed to what extent climate policy is inte-grated in different policy fields at the European and the national level. In this paper,we analyze the expectations toward CPI from the perspective of stakeholders focus-ing on two fields in Austria—energy and land use. We combine CPI approaches withsocial-ecological transformation research, which highlights obstacles for CPI, whichcan be found in the polity, leading to conflicts between different actor groups orinstitutions. More specifically, we examine, through a process of co-production ofknowledge together with stakeholder groups, how CPI functions in its categories ofhorizontal and vertical policy integration, cooperation and conflict, reporting, vision,uncertainties, and reflexivity. Results show that policy integration remains contested,alternative visions to economic growth are needed and communication with policy-makers needs to be improved. Furthermore, reflexive learning is central for the suc-cess of CPI. Finally, it matters who has access and who plays a role in governancestructures. Co-production of knowledge can play a crucial role, but faces a challeng-ing tension between being inclusive and losing its transformative capacities. A shiftfrom a narrow focus on policy making to consider the limiting or enabling structuralconditions for interaction between a wide variety of stakeholders is required. Insteadof reflexive learning how to best accommodate the powerful interest groups, thiscould increase the space for reflexive and adaptive policy integration aimed atachieving normative climate targets.},
    doi = {10.1002/eet.1938},
    volume = {10},
    number = {7},
    pages = {1--13},
    url = {https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/eet.1938},
    }

  • A. Bauer, A. Bogner, and D. Fuchs, “Rethinking societal engagement under the heading of Responsible Research and Innovation: (novel) requirements and challenges,” Journal of Responsible Innovation, vol. 8, p. 1–22, 2021. doi:10.1080/23299460.2021.1909812
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Societal engagement is a key dimension of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), aiming at making science, technology and innovation more transparent, interactive and responsive. Within this article, we identify and discuss the specific requirements and challenges for societal engagement under the heading of RRI along five dimensions. First, engagement aims at shaping research and innovation in a socially robust manner. Second, RRI demands a balanced representation of and a balanced view by various actor groups. Third, RRI emphasises engagement moving upstream as well as continuous engagement. Fourth, RRI focusses on forms of invited participation and calls for two-way interactions. Fifth, with the emphasis on ethics as a driving force, RRI favours specific framings of research and innovation. In conclusion, two intertwined challenges arise for societal engagement under RRI: making the political character of science and technology explicit and therefore paying particular attention to framing in ‘invited participation’.

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    journal = {Journal of Responsible Innovation},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {Societal engagement is a key dimension of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), aiming at making science, technology and innovation more transparent, interactive and responsive. Within this article, we identify and discuss the specific requirements and challenges for societal engagement under the heading of RRI along five dimensions. First, engagement aims at shaping research and innovation in a socially robust manner. Second, RRI demands a balanced representation of and a balanced view by various actor groups. Third, RRI emphasises engagement moving upstream as well as continuous engagement. Fourth, RRI focusses on forms of invited participation and calls for two-way interactions. Fifth, with the emphasis on ethics as a driving force, RRI favours specific framings of research and innovation. In conclusion, two intertwined challenges arise for societal engagement under RRI: making the political character of science and technology explicit and therefore paying particular attention to framing in ‘invited participation’.},
    doi = {10.1080/23299460.2021.1909812},
    volume = {8},
    pages = {1--22},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://www.tandfonline.com/action/doSearch?AllField=Bauer+Anja\&SeriesKey=tjri20},
    }

  • V. Michitsch, E. Quendler, and C. Leitner, “Bedeutung landwirtschaftlicher Betriebe zur Förderung der Gesundheit von Kleinkindern aus Sicht der Stakeholder.,” Die Bodenkultur. Austrian Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. Vol. 71, iss. Issue 3, p. 147–156, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Der Aufenthalt von Kindern am Bauernhof fördert deren Gesundheit sowie körperliche und mentale Entwicklung. Untersuchungen zu bedarfsgerechter Infrastruktur, Personal- und Ablauforganisation zur Stärkung der Gesundheit von Kleinkindern im Rahmen von Betreuung oder Besuchen auf Bauernhöfen fehlen gänzlich in der Literatur. Zur Entwicklung eines ersten Umsetzungskonzeptes wurden Bedürfnisse und Hemmnisse mit qualitativen Interviews und die Erwartungen an Hof, Mensch und Angebot von Stakeholdern mit der Potenzialanalyse bei sieben Personen, VertreterInnen von Kleinkindertagesstätten, Stadtgemeinde und Landesregierung sowie Kinderuni und Kindermuseum, erfragt. Für ein Umsetzen wurden Mittel für Logistik, pädagogisches Fachpersonal und spezielle Infrastruktur sowie die Ausdehnung ins Vorschulalter als notwendig erachtet. Besonders vielfältige Umgebung mit altersgerechten Tätigkeiten wurden von den Befragten als notwendige Voraussetzung genannt. Die fachgerechte Ausbildung des pädagogischen Fachpersonals im Tätigsein mit Kleinkindern am Bauernhof wurde als wichtig erachtet. Zur Umsetzung von Bauernhofbesuchen für Kleinkinder bedarf es der Entwick-lung eines pädagogischen Konzepts. Weitere relevante Aspekte sind die Logistik- und Raumkonzepte sowie Weiterbildung. Die Machbar-keit kann auf ausgewählten Pilotbetrieben zum gesundheitsfördernden Tätigsein mit der Pflanze erprobt und mit Best-Practice-Beispiel belegt werden. Dies erfordert das Auswählen und Etablieren einer kleinkindgerechten Infrastruktur, das Entwickeln von Schulungsunter-lagen für das fachpädagogische Personal und Hilfskräfte, deren Schulen und das Begleiten der betrieblichen Implementierung.

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    author = {Michitsch, Veronika and Quendler, Elisabeth and Leitner, Caroline},
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    journal = {Die Bodenkultur. Austrian Journal of Agricultural Research},
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    abstract = {Der Aufenthalt von Kindern am Bauernhof fördert deren Gesundheit sowie körperliche und mentale Entwicklung. Untersuchungen zu bedarfsgerechter Infrastruktur, Personal- und Ablauforganisation zur Stärkung der Gesundheit von Kleinkindern im Rahmen von Betreuung oder Besuchen auf Bauernhöfen fehlen gänzlich in der Literatur. Zur Entwicklung eines ersten Umsetzungskonzeptes wurden Bedürfnisse und Hemmnisse mit qualitativen Interviews und die Erwartungen an Hof, Mensch und Angebot von Stakeholdern mit der Potenzialanalyse bei sieben Personen, VertreterInnen von Kleinkindertagesstätten, Stadtgemeinde und Landesregierung sowie Kinderuni und Kindermuseum, erfragt. Für ein Umsetzen wurden Mittel für Logistik, pädagogisches Fachpersonal und spezielle Infrastruktur sowie die Ausdehnung ins Vorschulalter als notwendig erachtet. Besonders vielfältige Umgebung mit altersgerechten Tätigkeiten wurden von den Befragten als notwendige Voraussetzung genannt. Die fachgerechte Ausbildung des pädagogischen Fachpersonals im Tätigsein mit Kleinkindern am Bauernhof wurde als wichtig erachtet. Zur Umsetzung von Bauernhofbesuchen für Kleinkinder bedarf es der Entwick-lung eines pädagogischen Konzepts. Weitere relevante Aspekte sind die Logistik- und Raumkonzepte sowie Weiterbildung. Die Machbar-keit kann auf ausgewählten Pilotbetrieben zum gesundheitsfördernden Tätigsein mit der Pflanze erprobt und mit Best-Practice-Beispiel belegt werden. Dies erfordert das Auswählen und Etablieren einer kleinkindgerechten Infrastruktur, das Entwickeln von Schulungsunter-lagen für das fachpädagogische Personal und Hilfskräfte, deren Schulen und das Begleiten der betrieblichen Implementierung.},
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    number = {Issue 3},
    pages = {147--156},
    month = {1},
    url = {https://www.sciendo.com/article/10.2478/boku-2020-0013},
    }

  • G. Mödritscher and F. Wall, “Nachhaltiger Konsum und seine Verankerung im Controlling,” in Nachhaltiger Konsum, W. Wellbrock and D. Ludin, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler, 2021, p. 71–81. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-33353-9_5
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c47ab7607b017ab84df9160012,
    author = {Mödritscher, Gernot and Wall, Friederike},
    title = {{Nachhaltiger Konsum und seine Verankerung im Controlling}},
    booktitle = {Nachhaltiger Konsum},
    publisher = {Springer Gabler},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-33353-9\_5},
    editor = {W. Wellbrock and D. Ludin},
    pages = {71--81},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    month = {7},
    isbn = {9783658333522},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-658-33353-9\_5\#citeas},
    }

  • A. Kallert, B. Belina, M. Mießner, and M. Naumann, “The Cultural Political Economy of rural governance: Regional development in Hesse (Germany),” Journal of Rural Studies, vol. 87, p. 327–337, 2021. doi:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2021.09.017
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Rural areas are back on the agenda. In official German policy papers, at least, there is the commitment to address existing regional disparities and the specific problems of rural regions. However, how exactly these problems are to be addressed often remains vague and practical political consequences are often not explored. This paper applies the conceptual approach of Cultural Political Economy to analyze different “economic imaginaries” that underline and shape regional policy related to rural areas. Using Critical Discourse Analysis and the case of uneven development in the German state of Hesse, this paper discusses competing economic conceptualizations of regional policy. Through this, we can see that sufficient funding of municipalities and democratization are necessary conditions for realizing progressive alternatives for rural development.

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    author = {Kallert, Andreas and Belina, Bernd and Mießner, Michael and Naumann, Matthias},
    title = {{The Cultural Political Economy of rural governance: Regional development in Hesse (Germany)}},
    journal = {Journal of Rural Studies},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {Rural areas are back on the agenda. In official German policy papers, at least, there is the commitment to address existing regional disparities and the specific problems of rural regions. However, how exactly these problems are to be addressed often remains vague and practical political consequences are often not explored. This paper applies the conceptual approach of Cultural Political Economy to analyze different “economic imaginaries” that underline and shape regional policy related to rural areas. Using Critical Discourse Analysis and the case of uneven development in the German state of Hesse, this paper discusses competing economic conceptualizations of regional policy. Through this, we can see that sufficient funding of municipalities and democratization are necessary conditions for realizing progressive alternatives for rural development.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.jrurstud.2021.09.017},
    volume = {87},
    pages = {327--337},
    month = {9},
    }

  • F. Rauch, R. Steiner, and P. Kurz, “Action research for education for sustainable development: the case of the university in-service course ‘education for sustainable development – innovations in school and teacher education (BINE)’,” Educational Action Research, 2021. doi:10.1080/09650792.2021.1971098
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The goal of the university professional development course BINE isto encourage participants to address education for sustainabledevelopment (ESD) in a reflective way. The main aims are for theparticipants to learn about action research and to reflect and implementESD in their work and institutions. This paper briefly describesthe concepts of action research in relation to ESD and gives anoverview of the structure of the course. The central part reports onthe programme evaluation and the main results. Findings indicatethat the systematic collection and analysis of data and the writingof a study are regarded as strenuous but conducive to learning. Itseems that a balance of provocation and support as elements ofa dynamic didactical design offers space for more in-depth reflectionson ESD.

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    title = {{Action research for education for sustainable development: the case of the university in-service course 'education for sustainable development - innovations in school and teacher education (BINE)'}},
    journal = {Educational Action Research},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {The goal of the university professional development course BINE isto encourage participants to address education for sustainabledevelopment (ESD) in a reflective way. The main aims are for theparticipants to learn about action research and to reflect and implementESD in their work and institutions. This paper briefly describesthe concepts of action research in relation to ESD and gives anoverview of the structure of the course. The central part reports onthe programme evaluation and the main results. Findings indicatethat the systematic collection and analysis of data and the writingof a study are regarded as strenuous but conducive to learning. Itseems that a balance of provocation and support as elements ofa dynamic didactical design offers space for more in-depth reflectionson ESD.},
    doi = {10.1080/09650792.2021.1971098},
    month = {9},
    url = {https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09650792.2021.1971098},
    }

  • A. Berg and M. Borovcnik, “Bayesian explorations with dice,” An international Journal for Statistics and Data Science Teaching, p. 16–34, 2021. doi:10.1111/test.12271
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c6857ac19701857c9c267f01c8,
    author = {Berg, Arthur and Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Bayesian explorations with dice}},
    journal = {An international Journal for Statistics and Data Science Teaching},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1111/test.12271},
    pages = {16--34},
    month = {9},
    }

  • I. Koinig, S. Diehl, and B. Mueller, “Replicating the CSR-Advertising-Effectiveness Model,” in Advances in Advertising Research (Vol. XI),, M. Waiguny and S. Rosengren, Eds., Berlin: Springer, 2021, p. 305–320. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-32201-4_21
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c57be73858017bea1e55290064,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra and Mueller, Barbara},
    title = {{Replicating the CSR-Advertising-Effectiveness Model}},
    booktitle = {Advances in Advertising Research (Vol. XI),},
    publisher = {Springer},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-32201-4\_21},
    editor = {Martin Waiguny and Sarah Rosengren},
    pages = {305--320},
    address = {Berlin},
    month = {9},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik and T. Teran, “How the Project Method Contributes to the Construction of Meaning in Statistics – Also in a Hybrid Learning Environment,” in Statistics Education in the Era of Data Science. Proceedings of the IASE 2021 Satellite Conference, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c67e8f365a017e90e2eb950069,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred and Teran, Teresita},
    title = {{How the Project Method Contributes to the Construction of Meaning in Statistics – Also in a Hybrid Learning Environment}},
    booktitle = {Statistics Education in the Era of Data Science. Proceedings of the IASE 2021 Satellite Conference},
    year = {2021},
    month = {8},
    url = {https://iase-web.org/Conference\_Proceedings.php},
    }

  • Š. Draganović, G. Offermanns, and R. Davis, “Adaptation of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s ‘Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture’ to the Bosnia and Herzegovina context,” BMJ Open, vol. Volume 11, iss. Issue 8, p. 1–12, 2021. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-045377
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Measuring staff perspectives on patient safety culture can identify areas of concern that, if addressed, could lead to improvements in healthcare. To date, there is no validated measure to assess patient safety culture that has been tested and adapted for use in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). This research addresses the gap in the evidence through the psychometric assessment of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s: ‘Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture’ (HSOPSC), to determine its suitability for the health system in BiH.A translated version of HSOPSC was used to conduct psychometric evaluation including exploratory factor analysis and confirmatory factor analysis. Comparison between the original HSOPSC and the newly adapted ‘Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture for Bosnia and Herzegovina’ (HSOPSC-BiH) was carried out.The HSOPSC-BiH demonstrated satisfactory psychometric properties, with acceptable to good internal consistency and construct validity. Therefore, we recommend the HSOPSC-BiH as a basis for assessing patient safety culture in BiH. This survey could provide insight into patient safety concerns in BiH so that strategies to overcome these issues could be formulated and implemented.

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    doi = {10.1136/bmjopen-2020-045377},
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    number = {Issue 8},
    pages = {1--12},
    month = {8},
    url = {https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/11/8/e045377},
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  • M. Ukowitz, “Partizipative Forschung,” in Handbuch Transdisziplinäre Didaktik, T. Philipp and T. Schmohl, Eds., Bielefeld: transcript, 2021, p. 221–230. doi:10.14361/9783839455654-021
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{Partizipative Forschung}},
    booktitle = {Handbuch Transdisziplinäre Didaktik},
    publisher = {transcript},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.14361/9783839455654-021},
    editor = {Thorsten Philipp and Tobias Schmohl},
    pages = {221--230},
    address = {Bielefeld},
    month = {8},
    isbn = {978-3-8376-5565-0},
    url = {https://www.transcript-verlag.de/978-3-8376-5565-0/handbuch-transdisziplinaere-didaktik/},
    }

  • G. Krawanja-Ortner and K. von Elverfeldt, Verbaute Zukunft? Positionspapier zum Bodenverbrauch Kärntens, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c77e8a0fec017e8e0115b80252,
    author = {Krawanja-Ortner, Gerlinde and von Elverfeldt, Kirsten},
    title = {Verbaute Zukunft? Positionspapier zum Bodenverbrauch Kärntens},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {7},
    year = {2021},
    url = {https://at.scientists4future.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2021/07/Positionspapier\_S4F\_Boden-Raumplanung-1.pdf},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz, “Who defines innovation in education? Participatory action research and organisational learning,” Educational Action Research, 2021. doi:10.1080/09650792.2021.1944245
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c47acbfa11017accd53c800018,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{Who defines innovation in education? Participatory action research and organisational learning}},
    journal = {Educational Action Research},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1080/09650792.2021.1944245},
    month = {7},
    url = {https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09650792.2021.1944245},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, “Corner pillars of probability literacy ,” in Proceedings of the 63rd World Statistics Congress, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c67e8f365a017e90dd75520039,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Corner pillars of probability literacy }},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 63rd World Statistics Congress},
    year = {2021},
    month = {7},
    url = {https://www.isi-web.org/files/docs/papers-and-abstracts/154-day3-ips078-corner-pillars-of-probability.pdf},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, “Approaches to Elementarise Statistical Inference,” in Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Voorburg, 2021, p. 27–35. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.26059.92968
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c67e8f365a017e90d24cca0014,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Approaches to Elementarise Statistical Inference}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Teaching Statistics},
    year = {2021},
    editor = {Manfred Borovcnik},
    doi = {10.13140/RG.2.2.26059.92968},
    pages = {27--35},
    address = {Voorburg},
    month = {7},
    publisher = {International Statistical Institute},
    url = {https://iase-web.org/Publications.php?p=Regional\_Publications},
    }

  • M. Karmasin and D. Voci, “The role of sustainability in media and communication studies’ curricula throughout Europe,” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, iss. 22, p. 42–68, 2021. doi:10.1108/IJSHE-10-2020-0380
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c679163d990179175177e00039,
    author = {Karmasin, Matthias and Voci, Denise},
    title = {{The role of sustainability in media and communication studies’ curricula throughout Europe}},
    journal = {International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.1108/IJSHE-10-2020-0380},
    number = {22},
    pages = {42--68},
    month = {2},
    url = {https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/IJSHE-10-2020-0380/full/html},
    }

  • D. Voci and M. Karmasin, “Sustainability and Communication in Higher Education,” in 7th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’21), 2021, p. 641–649. doi:10.4995/HEAd21.2021.12831
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c57ac6d428017ac7ebc64a000a,
    author = {Voci, Denise and Karmasin, Matthias},
    title = {{Sustainability and Communication in Higher Education}},
    booktitle = {7th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’21)},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.4995/HEAd21.2021.12831},
    pages = {641--649},
    month = {7},
    url = {http://ocs.editorial.upv.es/index.php/HEAD/HEAd21/paper/view/12831},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz, “About the Seen and the Unseen,” in Mapping the Unseen. The Virtual Mapping, K. Ackerl, Ed., , 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c57acbfa8b017accc40b330008,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{About the Seen and the Unseen}},
    booktitle = {Mapping the Unseen. The Virtual Mapping},
    year = {2021},
    editor = {Katrin Ackerl},
    month = {6},
    url = {https://virtual.mappingtheunseen.com},
    }

  • K. Ackerl, Mapping the Unseen. The Virtual Mapping, , 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Mapping the Unseen is an artistic research project, which will be realised in four countries: Croatia, Iran, Bangladesh and Austria. It constitutes of artistic interventions on unseen, hidden topics – topics that are not shown and discussed in public by the mainstream society. The connection between the two countries is a person who lived in both countries. The project strives for a programmatic visual and discursive treatment of a chosen “unseen” topic, which will be identified and selected by participating art groups.

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    abstract = {Mapping the Unseen is an artistic research project, which will be realised in four countries: Croatia, Iran, Bangladesh and Austria. It constitutes of artistic interventions on unseen, hidden topics - topics that are not shown and discussed in public by the mainstream society. The connection between the two countries is a person who lived in both countries. The project strives for a programmatic visual and discursive treatment of a chosen “unseen” topic, which will be identified and selected by participating art groups.},
    month = {6},
    url = {https://virtual.mappingtheunseen.com},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz, “The difficult discourse on the very intimate: LGBTIQ in Mapping the Unseen,” in Mapping the Unseen. The Virtual Mapping, K. Ackerl, Ed., , 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c47acbfa11017acccab85c0004,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{The difficult discourse on the very intimate: LGBTIQ in Mapping the Unseen}},
    booktitle = {Mapping the Unseen. The Virtual Mapping},
    year = {2021},
    editor = {Katrin Ackerl},
    month = {6},
    url = {https://virtual.mappingtheunseen.com},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “From Mindbombs to Firebombs: The Narrative Strategies of Radical Environmental Activism Documentaries,” Res Rhetorica, vol. 8, iss. 2, p. 22–37, 2021. doi:10.29107/rr2021.2.2
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c67db1c4a8017db2f5b0080022,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{From Mindbombs to Firebombs: The Narrative Strategies of Radical Environmental Activism Documentaries}},
    journal = {Res Rhetorica},
    year = {2021},
    doi = {10.29107/rr2021.2.2 },
    volume = {8},
    number = {2},
    pages = {22--37},
    month = {5},
    url = {https://resrhetorica.com/index.php/RR/article/view/561/293},
    }

  • Special Issue “Entrepreneurship and Sustainability”, E. Schwarz and M. Wdowiak, Eds., MDPI Publishing, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Entrepreneurship has become recognized as a means of transforming economic sectors towards sustainable development (Dean and McMullen, 2007; Shepherd and Patzelt, 2011). In particular, sustainable entrepreneurs who simultaneously strive for environmental protection, social welfare, and economic viability are increasingly regarded as important change agents (Belz and Binder, 2017; Muñoz and Dimov, 2015). Due to the multiplicity of goals inherent in sustainable entrepreneurship, the successful exploitation of sustainable business opportunities can be considered as more complex than in the case of opportunities solely driven by economic consideration (De Clercq and Voronov, 2011). Therefore, we do need to advance our understanding of how sustainable entrepreneurs simultaneously achieve economic, social, and environmental goals (Hall, Daneke, and Lenox, 2010; Sarango-Lalangui, Santos, and Hormiga, 2018). In this Special Issue, we address this request. The eight published papers contribute to discover how sustainable entrepreneurs manage their hybrid entrepreneurial endeavors from the nascent stage over new venture creation towards the development of a sustainable business venture.

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    editor = {Schwarz, Erich and Wdowiak, Malgorzata},
    title = {{Special Issue "Entrepreneurship and Sustainability"}},
    publisher = {MDPI Publishing},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {Entrepreneurship has become recognized as a means of transforming economic sectors towards sustainable development (Dean and McMullen, 2007; Shepherd and Patzelt, 2011). In particular, sustainable entrepreneurs who simultaneously strive for environmental protection, social welfare, and economic viability are increasingly regarded as important change agents (Belz and Binder, 2017; Muñoz and Dimov, 2015). Due to the multiplicity of goals inherent in sustainable entrepreneurship, the successful exploitation of sustainable business opportunities can be considered as more complex than in the case of opportunities solely driven by economic consideration (De Clercq and Voronov, 2011). Therefore, we do need to advance our understanding of how sustainable entrepreneurs simultaneously achieve economic, social, and environmental goals (Hall, Daneke, and Lenox, 2010; Sarango-Lalangui, Santos, and Hormiga, 2018). In this Special Issue, we address this request. The eight published papers contribute to discover how sustainable entrepreneurs manage their hybrid entrepreneurial endeavors from the nascent stage over new venture creation towards the development of a sustainable business venture. },
    month = {4},
    url = {https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special\_issues/Sustainability\_Entrepreneurship},
    }

  • K. von Elverfeldt, V. Dworzak, M. Mayer, and C. Stefan, Betrifft uns der Klimawandel in Kärnten überhaupt?, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c77e8a0fec017e8e071e25026e,
    author = {von Elverfeldt, Kirsten and Dworzak, Veronika and Mayer, Markus and Stefan, Christian},
    title = {Betrifft uns der Klimawandel in Kärnten überhaupt?},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {3},
    year = {2021},
    url = {https://at.scientists4future.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2021/03/Factsheet1\_KW-Wintertourismus\_2021.pdf},
    }

  • R. Hübner, Ökonomische Bildung für eine Nachhaltige Entwicklung, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c5828aaafb01828b80f65a0000,
    author = {Hübner, Renate},
    title = {Ökonomische Bildung für eine Nachhaltige Entwicklung},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {3},
    year = {2021},
    url = {https://www.kihs.at },
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, “Mutual Influence between different views of probability and statistical inference,” Revista Paradigma, Edición Especial – Educación Estadística,, p. 221–256, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In this paper, we analyse the various meanings of probability and its different applications, and we focus especially on the classical, the frequentist, and the subjectivist view. We describe the different problems of how probability can be measured in each of the approaches, and how each of them can be well justified by a mathematical theory. We analyse the foundations of probability, where the scientific analysis of the theory that allows for a frequentist interpretation leads to unsolvable problems. Kolmogorov’s axiomatic theory does not suffice to establish statistical inference without further definitions and principles. Finally, we show how statistical inference essentially determines the meaning of probability and a shift emerges from purely objectivist views to a complementary conception of probability with frequentist and subjectivist constituents. For didactical purpose, the result of the present analyses explains basic problems of teaching, originating from a biased focus on frequentist aspects of probability. It also indicates a high priority for the design of suitable learning paths to a complementary conception of probability. In the applications, modellers use information in a pragmatic way processing this information regardless of its connotation into formal mathematical models, which are always thought as essentially wrong but useful.

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    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Mutual Influence between different views of probability and statistical inference}},
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    year = {2021},
    abstract = {In this paper, we analyse the various meanings of probability and its different applications, and we focus especially on the classical, the frequentist, and the subjectivist view. We describe the different problems of how probability can be measured in each of the approaches, and how each of them can be well justified by a mathematical theory. We analyse the foundations of probability, where the scientific analysis of the theory that allows for a frequentist interpretation leads to unsolvable problems. Kolmogorov’s axiomatic theory does not suffice to establish statistical inference without further definitions and principles. Finally, we show how statistical inference essentially determines the meaning of probability and a shift emerges from purely objectivist views to a complementary conception of probability with frequentist and subjectivist constituents. For didactical purpose, the result of the present analyses explains basic problems of teaching, originating from a biased focus on frequentist aspects of probability. It also indicates a high priority for the design of suitable learning paths to a complementary conception of probability. In the applications, modellers use information in a pragmatic way processing this information regardless of its connotation into formal mathematical models, which are always thought as essentially wrong but useful.},
    pages = {221--256},
    month = {2},
    url = {http://revistaparadigma.online/ojs/index.php/paradigma/article/view/1024},
    }

  • P. Brezovec and N. Hampl, “Electric Vehicles Ready for Breakthrough in MaaS? Consumer Adoption of E-Car Sharing and E-Scooter Sharing as a Part of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS),” Energies, vol. 14, iss. 4, 2021. doi:10.3390/en14041088
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Current mobility trends indicate that the popularity of privately-owned cars will decrease in the near future. One reason for this development is the diffusion of mobility services such as car or bike sharing, or Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) bundles. Especially, MaaS bundles have the potential to respond to environmental issues and provide reliable mobility to users, thus illustrating the possibilities of being mobile without owning a car. Most of the past research on MaaS bundles, however, has focused on bigger cities that already have good infrastructural bases. Building on previous work in the MaaS field, we conducted a choice-based conjoint survey (n = 247) in Austria to investigate consumer preferences for MaaS packages in a suburban area. Further, we gathered data on the consumers’ willingness to pay, especially for including electric vehicles in the form of e-car sharing and e-scooter sharing in MaaS packages. The results highlight the importance of package price as the attribute with the highest impact on purchase intention. Further, participants in our study most preferred MaaS packages that included e-car sharing to ones with e-scooter sharing. Using latent class analysis, we classified the respondents into three different segments with varying preferences for MaaS bundle features, and conducted market simulations.

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    author = {Brezovec, Paula and Hampl, Nina},
    title = {{Electric Vehicles Ready for Breakthrough in MaaS? Consumer Adoption of E-Car Sharing and E-Scooter Sharing as a Part of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS)}},
    journal = {Energies},
    year = {2021},
    abstract = {Current mobility trends indicate that the popularity of privately-owned cars will decrease in the near future. One reason for this development is the diffusion of mobility services such as car or bike sharing, or Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) bundles. Especially, MaaS bundles have the potential to respond to environmental issues and provide reliable mobility to users, thus illustrating the possibilities of being mobile without owning a car. Most of the past research on MaaS bundles, however, has focused on bigger cities that already have good infrastructural bases. Building on previous work in the MaaS field, we conducted a choice-based conjoint survey (n = 247) in Austria to investigate consumer preferences for MaaS packages in a suburban area. Further, we gathered data on the consumers’ willingness to pay, especially for including electric vehicles in the form of e-car sharing and e-scooter sharing in MaaS packages. The results highlight the importance of package price as the attribute with the highest impact on purchase intention. Further, participants in our study most preferred MaaS packages that included e-car sharing to ones with e-scooter sharing. Using latent class analysis, we classified the respondents into three different segments with varying preferences for MaaS bundle features, and conducted market simulations.},
    doi = {10.3390/en14041088},
    volume = {14},
    number = {4},
    month = {2},
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  • A. Bauer, D. Fuchs, T. Udrea, and L. Capari, Welche Zukunft modellieren?, 2021.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c777189f5801771a2668c9014f,
    author = {Bauer, Anja and Fuchs, Daniela and Udrea, Titus and Capari, Leo},
    title = {Welche Zukunft modellieren? },
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {1},
    year = {2021},
    url = {http://epub.oeaw.ac.at/ita/ita-dossiers/ita-dossier051.pdf},
    }

2020

  • A. Bauer, D. Fuchs, T. Udrea, and L. Capari, “Computermodellierung für die Politikberatung TATuP,” Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis, vol. 29, iss. 3, p. 89–89, 2020.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c677189ef301771a14b7e3031f,
    author = {Bauer, Anja and Fuchs, Daniela and Udrea, Titus and Capari, Leo},
    title = {{Computermodellierung für die Politikberatung TATuP}},
    journal = {Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis },
    year = {2020},
    volume = {29},
    number = {3},
    pages = {89--89},
    month = {12},
    }

  • G. Hagedorn and K. von Elverfeldt, Documentation of a public communication project by German-speaking scientists prior to the September 2021 climate demonstrations, 2020.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Documentation of a communication project by German-speaking scientists encouraging their peers to participate in the September 2021 climate demonstrations by means of short statements or appeals (German, with English and French translations).

    @misc{0f4de0c77e8a0fec017e8df3f88d0223,
    abstract = {Documentation of a communication project by German-speaking scientists encouraging their peers to participate in the September 2021 climate demonstrations by means of short statements or appeals (German, with English and French translations).},
    author = {Hagedorn, Gregor and von Elverfeldt, Kirsten},
    title = {Documentation of a public communication project by German-speaking scientists prior to the September 2021 climate demonstrations},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {12},
    year = {2020},
    url = {https://riojournal.com/article/79061/list/9/},
    }

  • D. Voci, C. J. Bruns, S. Lemke, and F. Weder, “Framing the End: Analyzing Media and Meaning Making during Cape Town´s Day Zero,” Frontiers in Communication, iss. 5, p. 1–12, 2020. doi:10.3389/fcomm.2020.576199
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c4754e11bc01754fcea1b3017f,
    author = {Voci, Denise and Bruns, Catherine J. and Lemke, Stella and Weder, Franzisca},
    title = {{Framing the End: Analyzing Media and Meaning Making during Cape Town´s Day Zero}},
    journal = {Frontiers in Communication},
    year = {2020},
    doi = {10.3389/fcomm.2020.576199},
    number = {5},
    pages = {1--12},
    month = {10},
    url = {https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcomm.2020.576199/full},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger and H. Maurer-Lausegger, Leitfaden zur Erstellung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten. Richtlinien zur formalen Gestaltung und strukturellen Gliederung, Verlag Hermagoras/Mohorjeva, 2020.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Der wissenschaftliche Leitfaden stellt eine praxisorientierte Arbeitsgrundlage für die Erstellung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten dar. Das Werk basiert auf mehr als drei Jahrzehnten wissenschaftlicher Forschungsarbeit und Lehrtätigkeit im universitären Bereich. Das Konzept orientiert sich an der vielfältigen Praxis innerhalb der philologischen Fachrichtungen, an einschlägigen wissenschaftlichen Ratgebern unterschiedlicher Disziplinen, unter Berücksichtigung aktueller nationaler und internationaler Standards. Das Werk enthält bewusst viele Zitate unterschiedlichen Typs und praktiziert auch die anderen, im Leitfaden empfohlenen Vorgehensweisen, um das theoretisch Dargebotene auch praktisch zu untermauern. Die Ausführungen sind so angelegt, dass sie unterschiedlichen Disziplinen, Studierenden und Lehrenden sowie jeglichem interessierten Nutzerkreis als Arbeitsgrundlage und Hilfestellung dienen können.

    @book{0f4de0c4765f39db0176629e6a110219,
    author = {Maurer-Lausegger, Herta and Maurer-Lausegger, Herta},
    title = {{Leitfaden zur Erstellung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten. Richtlinien zur formalen Gestaltung und strukturellen Gliederung}},
    publisher = {Verlag Hermagoras/Mohorjeva},
    year = {2020},
    abstract = {Der wissenschaftliche Leitfaden stellt eine praxisorientierte Arbeitsgrundlage für die Erstellung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten dar. Das Werk basiert auf mehr als drei Jahrzehnten wissenschaftlicher Forschungsarbeit und Lehrtätigkeit im universitären Bereich. Das Konzept orientiert sich an der vielfältigen Praxis innerhalb der philologischen Fachrichtungen, an einschlägigen wissenschaftlichen Ratgebern unterschiedlicher Disziplinen, unter Berücksichtigung aktueller nationaler und internationaler Standards. Das Werk enthält bewusst viele Zitate unterschiedlichen Typs und praktiziert auch die anderen, im Leitfaden empfohlenen Vorgehensweisen, um das theoretisch Dargebotene auch praktisch zu untermauern. Die Ausführungen sind so angelegt, dass sie unterschiedlichen Disziplinen, Studierenden und Lehrenden sowie jeglichem interessierten Nutzerkreis als Arbeitsgrundlage und Hilfestellung dienen können.},
    isbn = {9783708610962},
    }

  • A. Bauer and A. Bogner, “Let’s (not) talk about synthetic biology: Framing an emerging technology in public and stakeholder dialogues.,” Public Understanding of Science, vol. 29, iss. 5, p. 492–507, 2020. doi:10.1177/0963662520907255
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c473c6aea20173c7d4e8570026,
    author = {Bauer, Anja and Bogner, Alexander},
    title = {{Let’s (not) talk about synthetic biology: Framing an emerging technology in public and stakeholder dialogues.}},
    journal = {Public Understanding of Science},
    year = {2020},
    doi = {10.1177/0963662520907255},
    volume = {29},
    number = {5},
    pages = {492--507},
    url = {https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0963662520907255},
    }

  • R. Hübner, Nachhaltigkeit im Konsumverhalten?, 2020.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c7778f11c10177914a9f1c00e0,
    author = {Hübner, Renate},
    title = {Nachhaltigkeit im Konsumverhalten? },
    howpublished = {Print},
    year = {2020},
    }

  • F. Rauch and C. Glettler, “Nature Learning – early childhood nature experience and sustainability education,” Journal of Applied Technical and Educational Sciences – jATES, vol. 10, iss. 3, p. 5–23, 2020. doi:10.24368/jates.v10i3.202
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Recent studies confirm that children profit greatly from being in contact with nature. A large body of research focuses on children’s psychological development in this respect. While the social and physical aspects are also well researched, less studies focus on the relationship between early childhood nature experience and sustainability education. In this paper, the central research question is concerned with this nexus, asking how children, who spend a lot of time outdoors, a) perceive nature, b) in what ways they act towards protecting nature and c) which competences they show in relation to sustainable development.In order to answer these research questions, two case studies were conducted in an Austrian Kindergarten and a primary school. The findings show that the children in both institutions have a diverse image of nature, a close relationship with nature, are invested in protecting their environment and show several competences, which are considered vital for sustainability education. Thus, the findings indicate, that increasing the amount of time children spend outdoors could positively contribute towards a more sustainable future.

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    year = {2020},
    abstract = {Recent studies confirm that children profit greatly from being in contact with nature. A large body of research focuses on children’s psychological development in this respect. While the social and physical aspects are also well researched, less studies focus on the relationship between early childhood nature experience and sustainability education. In this paper, the central research question is concerned with this nexus, asking how children, who spend a lot of time outdoors, a) perceive nature, b) in what ways they act towards protecting nature and c) which competences they show in relation to sustainable development.In order to answer these research questions, two case studies were conducted in an Austrian Kindergarten and a primary school. The findings show that the children in both institutions have a diverse image of nature, a close relationship with nature, are invested in protecting their environment and show several competences, which are considered vital for sustainability education. Thus, the findings indicate, that increasing the amount of time children spend outdoors could positively contribute towards a more sustainable future.},
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    number = {3},
    pages = {5--23},
    url = {https://jates.org/index.php/jatespath/issue/view/13},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Popularizing Climate Change: Cli-Fi Film and Narrative Impact,” in Research Handbook in Communicating Climate Change, D. C. Holmes and L. M. Richardson, Eds., Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2020, p. 330–340.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c4765f39db01766248b7dc01ee,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Popularizing Climate Change: Cli-Fi Film and Narrative Impact}},
    booktitle = { Research Handbook in Communicating Climate Change},
    publisher = {Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd},
    year = {2020},
    editor = {David C. Holmes and Lucy M. Richardson},
    pages = {330--340},
    address = {Cheltenham},
    isbn = {978 1 78990 039 2},
    }

  • B. Moser and P. Rondo-Brovetto, “Public Budgeting Reform,” in Decision Making in the Public Sector, Lage: Jacobs Verlag, 2020, vol. 4, p. 99–112.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c5727d17a401727fa5ad8c004a,
    author = {Moser, Birgit and Rondo-Brovetto, Paolo},
    title = {{Public Budgeting Reform}},
    booktitle = {Decision Making in the Public Sector},
    publisher = {Jacobs Verlag},
    year = {2020},
    volume = {4},
    series = {Schriftenreihe zur innovativen Gesundheitswirtschaft},
    pages = {99--112},
    address = {Lage},
    isbn = {978-3-89918-272-9},
    }

  • F. Rauch, “Regional Networks and Regional Didactic Centres to foster Science Education,” DARUNA, p. 51–56, 2020.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c47abdf75b017abf0e3fbe0050,
    author = {Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{Regional Networks and Regional Didactic Centres to foster Science Education}},
    journal = {DARUNA},
    year = {2020},
    pages = {51--56},
    url = {https:// https://www.arabcol.ac.il/news/news.aspx?NewsId=1421\&Preview=1},
    }

  • F. Rauch and J. Falkner, “SCIENCE_LINKknocksberge – kooperativ Forschen, Lehren und Lernen,” in Biosphäre 4.0, A. Borsdorf, M. Jungmeier, V. Braun, and K. Heinrich, Eds., Heidelberg: Springer Spectrum, 2020, p. 161–170. doi:10.1007/978-3-662-60707-7
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Der Beitrag beschreibt anhand der Forschungskooperation SCiENCE LINKnockberge, wie der Kärntner Teile des Biosphärenparks Salzburger Lungau & Kärntner Nockberge seinen Forschungs- und Bildungsauftrag durch eine Zusammenarbeit mit der Universität Klagenfurt in die Praxis umsetzt. Anhand von konkreten Bespielen und Interviews mit Vertretenden des Biosphärenparks einerseits und Forschenden und Studierenden der Universität andererseits, werden die Konzeption und Entwicklung der Zusammenarbeit vorgestellt und reflektiert. Dabei werden Erfolge und Herausforderungen sichtbar. Die Kooperation SCiENCE LINKnockberge erweist sich als lebendiger Experimentier-, Lern und Forschungsraum mit dem Potential, durch nachhaltig synergetischen Austausch von verschiedenen Wissensformen zu einer „Landschaft des Wissens“ heran zu wachsen.

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    author = {Rauch, Franz and Falkner, Julia},
    title = {{SCIENCE\_LINKknocksberge - kooperativ Forschen, Lehren und Lernen}},
    booktitle = {Biosphäre 4.0},
    publisher = {Springer Spectrum},
    year = {2020},
    abstract = {Der Beitrag beschreibt anhand der Forschungskooperation SCiENCE LINKnockberge, wie der Kärntner Teile des Biosphärenparks Salzburger Lungau \& Kärntner Nockberge seinen Forschungs- und Bildungsauftrag durch eine Zusammenarbeit mit der Universität Klagenfurt in die Praxis umsetzt. Anhand von konkreten Bespielen und Interviews mit Vertretenden des Biosphärenparks einerseits und Forschenden und Studierenden der Universität andererseits, werden die Konzeption und Entwicklung der Zusammenarbeit vorgestellt und reflektiert. Dabei werden Erfolge und Herausforderungen sichtbar. Die Kooperation SCiENCE LINKnockberge erweist sich als lebendiger Experimentier-, Lern und Forschungsraum mit dem Potential, durch nachhaltig synergetischen Austausch von verschiedenen Wissensformen zu einer „Landschaft des Wissens“ heran zu wachsen.},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-662-60707-7},
    editor = {Axel Borsdorf and Michael Jungmeier and Valerie Braun and Kati Heinrich},
    pages = {161--170},
    address = {Heidelberg},
    isbn = {978-3-662-60706-0},
    url = {https://www.springer.com/de/book/9783662607060},
    }

  • F. Rauch and D. Radmann, “Schulentwicklung durch Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung: Das Netzwerk ÖKOLOG (Ökologisierung von Schulen),” in Die Verführung zur Güte, C. Schörg and C. Sippl, Eds., Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen: StudienVerlag, 2020, vol. 8, p. 111–122.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c6725e317e0172610520df0063,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Radmann, Diana},
    title = {{Schulentwicklung durch Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung: Das Netzwerk ÖKOLOG (Ökologisierung von Schulen)}},
    booktitle = {Die Verführung zur Güte},
    publisher = {StudienVerlag},
    year = {2020},
    editor = {Christine Schörg and Carmen Sippl},
    volume = {8},
    series = {Pädagogik für Niederösterreich},
    pages = {111--122},
    address = {Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen},
    isbn = {978-3-7065-4967-7},
    }

  • F. Rauch, C. Weberhofer, D. Barben, A. Brenner, B. Gruber, R. Hübner, H. Kanzian, H. K. Peterlini, M. Ukowitz, K. von Elverfeldt, L. Keller, and T. Allmer, “SDG4 – Hochwertige Bildung,” ,Institut für Unterrichts- und Schulentwicklung,Institut für Technik- und Wissenschaftsforschung,Zentrum für Friedensforschung und Friedensbildung,Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung,Arbeitsbereich Allgemeine Erziehungswissenschaft und diversitätsbewusste Bildung, Innsbruck 2020.
    [BibTeX]
    @techreport{0f4de0c473bc61da0173be53cd1f005d,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Weberhofer, Caroline and Barben, Daniel and Brenner, Alexander and Gruber, Bettina and Hübner, Renate and Kanzian, Horst and Peterlini, Hans Karl and Ukowitz, Martina and von Elverfeldt, Kirsten and Keller, Lars and Allmer, Thomas},
    title = {{SDG4 - Hochwertige Bildung}},
    institution = {,Institut für Unterrichts- und Schulentwicklung,Institut für Technik- und Wissenschaftsforschung,Zentrum für Friedensforschung und Friedensbildung,Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung,Arbeitsbereich Allgemeine Erziehungswissenschaft und diversitätsbewusste Bildung},
    year = {2020},
    address = {Innsbruck},
    isbn = {9783901182747},
    }

  • Special Cluster: Empirical Ecocriticism, A. Weik von Mossner, W. Malecki, and M. Schneider-Mayerson, Eds., Oxford University Press, 2020, vol. 27.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @book{0f4de0c6803a6f0501803dc0ae590187,
    editor = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa and Malecki, Wojciech and Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew},
    title = {{Special Cluster: Empirical Ecocriticism}},
    publisher = {Oxford University Press},
    year = {2020},
    volume = {27},
    number = {2},
    url = {https://academic.oup.com/isle/issue/27/2},
    }

  • I. Koinig and S. Diehl, Strategies for a healthy and sustainable workforce: On the necessity of workplace health promotion, 2020.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c6735562cd017356a092480058,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra},
    title = {Strategies for a healthy and sustainable workforce: On the necessity of workplace health promotion},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2020},
    url = {https://app.oxfordabstracts.com/events/987/program-app/presenters/1?s=koinig},
    }

  • S. M. Preiml and J. M. Zeil, “TatOrte. Entwurf einer Didaktik des Anthropozäns.,” in Das Anthropozän lernen und lehren, C. Sippl, E. Rauscher, and M. Scheuch, Eds., Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen: StudienVerlag, 2020, vol. 9, p. 523–536.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c6773cab6a01773e267a86016f,
    author = {Preiml, Stefanie Margarita and Zeil, Jonas Moremi},
    title = {{TatOrte. Entwurf einer Didaktik des Anthropozäns.}},
    booktitle = {Das Anthropozän lernen und lehren},
    publisher = {StudienVerlag},
    year = {2020},
    editor = {Carmen Sippl and Erwin Rauscher and Martin Scheuch},
    volume = {9},
    series = {Pädagogik für Niederösterreich},
    pages = {523--536},
    address = {Innsbruck, Wien, Bozen},
    isbn = {9783706555982},
    }

  • F. Rauch and G. Pfaffenwimmer, “The Austrian ECOLOG-Schools Programme – Networking for Environmental and Sustainability Education,” in Green Schools Globally, A. Gough, J. C. Lee, and E. P. K. Tsang, Eds., Cham: Springer International Publishing AG, 2020, p. 85–102.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This chapter describes networking for education for sustainable development within the Austrian ECOLOG-schools network. It discusses theoretical concepts of Education for Sustainable Development and school development from an Austrian perspective, as well as networks in education in general and the organisation of the ECOLOG-network in particular. Furthermore, the international ENSI (Environment and School Initiatives) network is described as an influential stimulus for the development of ECOLOG. Based upon these foundations, the concept and results of evaluation studies of ECOLOG-schools are described and reflected in seven theses. The impact of ECOLOG on the developments in Environmental Education/Education for Sustainable Development (EE/ESD) in Austria are described and reflected. The paper concludes with a summary of the evaluation process and with an outlook for the future development of the network.

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    author = {Rauch, Franz and Pfaffenwimmer, Günther},
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    booktitle = {Green Schools Globally},
    publisher = {Springer International Publishing AG},
    year = {2020},
    abstract = {This chapter describes networking for education for sustainable development within the Austrian ECOLOG-schools network. It discusses theoretical concepts of Education for Sustainable Development and school development from an Austrian perspective, as well as networks in education in general and the organisation of the ECOLOG-network in particular. Furthermore, the international ENSI (Environment and School Initiatives) network is described as an influential stimulus for the development of ECOLOG. Based upon these foundations, the concept and results of evaluation studies of ECOLOG-schools are described and reflected in seven theses. The impact of ECOLOG on the developments in Environmental Education/Education for Sustainable Development (EE/ESD) in Austria are described and reflected. The paper concludes with a summary of the evaluation process and with an outlook for the future development of the network.},
    editor = {Anette Gough and John Chi-Kin Lee and Eric Po Keung Tsang},
    series = {International Explorations in Outdoor and Environmental Education},
    pages = {85--102},
    address = {Cham},
    isbn = {978-3-030-46819-4},
    url = {https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030468194},
    }

  • I. Cennamo, “The community that (trans)forms.,” in Adult education as a ressource for resistance and transformation., B. Merrill, C. C. Vieira, A. Galimberti, and A. Nizinska, Eds., COIMBRA: Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, 2020, p. 61–70.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    This article looks at community-based adult education initiatives in the rural valley of Ultental, South Tyrol and is based on a case study. The paper discusses epistemological curiosities from a radical-critical viewpoint in relation to community based popular adult education and learning.With regard to adult educational praxis, the author is concerned with socio-ecological-political co-voice of civically engaged communities and volunteers in the field of sustainability, social and gender-related, ecological justice.

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    author = {Cennamo, Irene},
    title = {{The community that (trans)forms.}},
    booktitle = {Adult education as a ressource for resistance and transformation.},
    publisher = {Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences},
    year = {2020},
    abstract = {This article looks at community-based adult education initiatives in the rural valley of Ultental, South Tyrol and is based on a case study. The paper discusses epistemological curiosities from a radical-critical viewpoint in relation to community based popular adult education and learning.With regard to adult educational praxis, the author is concerned with socio-ecological-political co-voice of civically engaged communities and volunteers in the field of sustainability, social and gender-related, ecological justice.},
    editor = {Barbara Merrill and Cristina C. Vieira and Andrea Galimberti and Adrianna Nizinska},
    pages = {61--70},
    address = {COIMBRA},
    isbn = {9788680712406},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz, “Transdisciplinary research – Challenges, excessive demands and a story of disquiet,” in Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary failures, D. Fam and M. O’Rourke, Eds., London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2020, p. 165–178.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c57978164801797a45bd24011d,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{Transdisciplinary research - Challenges, excessive demands and a story of disquiet}},
    booktitle = {Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary failures},
    publisher = {Routledge/Taylor \& Francis Group},
    year = {2020},
    editor = {Dena Fam and Michael O'Rourke},
    series = {Research and Teaching in Environmental Studies},
    pages = {165--178},
    address = {London},
    isbn = {978-0-367-20703-8},
    url = {https://www.routledge.com/Interdisciplinary-and-Transdisciplinary-Failures-Lessons-Learned-from-Cautionary/Fam-ORourke/p/book/9780367207038},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Larger than Life: Endangered Animals across Media in Louie Psihoyos’s Racing Extinction,” Ekphrasis, p. 29–35, 2020. doi:10.24193/ekphrasis.24.2
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c57678fa2b01767b1250020030,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Larger than Life: Endangered Animals across Media in Louie Psihoyos’s Racing Extinction}},
    journal = {Ekphrasis},
    year = {2020},
    doi = {10.24193/ekphrasis.24.2},
    pages = {29--35},
    url = {https://www.ekphrasisjournal.ro/docs/R1/24jmr2.pdf},
    }

  • F. Rauch, R. Hübner, T. Lindenthal, and M. Weber, “Für Nachhaltigkeit bilden?,” GAIA, vol. 29, iss. 1, p. 70–72, 2020.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Um die Sustainable Development Goals umzusetzen, ist es erforderlich, Nachhaltigkeit in alle Bildungsebenen und -formen zu integrieren. Dies gilt nicht zuletzt für die Weiterbildung der Hochschullehrenden. Die Verfasstheit des Nachhaltigkeitskonzepts – sein normativer und transformatorischer Anspruch allerdings ohne die gesellschaftliche Entwicklung durch zu enge Vorgaben zu begrenzen – stellt Bildungsprozesse vor besondere Herausforderungen, vor allem wenn man der Komplexität und Dynamik mittels inter- und transdisziplinärer Perspektiven gerecht werden möchte. In einer nach wie vor disziplinär strukturierten Hochschul landschaft keine Kleinigkeit. In Österreich gibt es dafür einen vielfältig strukturierten inner- und interuniversitären Austausch.

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    author = {Rauch, Franz and Hübner, Renate and Lindenthal, Thomas and Weber, Mirjam},
    title = {{Für Nachhaltigkeit bilden?}},
    journal = {GAIA},
    year = {2020},
    abstract = {Um die Sustainable Development Goals umzusetzen, ist es erforderlich, Nachhaltigkeit in alle Bildungsebenen und -formen zu integrieren. Dies gilt nicht zuletzt für die Weiterbildung der Hochschullehrenden. Die Verfasstheit des Nachhaltigkeitskonzepts – sein normativer und transformatorischer Anspruch allerdings ohne die gesellschaftliche Entwicklung durch zu enge Vorgaben zu begrenzen – stellt Bildungsprozesse vor besondere Herausforderungen, vor allem wenn man der Komplexität und Dynamik mittels inter- und transdisziplinärer Perspektiven gerecht werden möchte. In einer nach wie vor disziplinär strukturierten Hochschul landschaft keine Kleinigkeit. In Österreich gibt es dafür einen vielfältig strukturierten inner- und interuniversitären Austausch.},
    volume = {29},
    number = {1},
    pages = {70--72},
    url = {https://www.oekom.de/ausgabe/01-2020-80749?p=1},
    }

  • F. Rauch and D. Radmann, “How Socio-Scientific Inquiry Based Learning (SSIBL) promotes inquiry in climate issues – An example for enacting socio-scientific issues in science education,” ARISE – Action Research and Innovation in Science Education, p. 43–45, 2020.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c772a124810172a328eb0f0000,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Radmann, Diana},
    title = {{How Socio-Scientific Inquiry Based Learning (SSIBL) promotes inquiry in climate issues - An example for enacting socio-scientific issues in science education}},
    journal = {ARISE - Action Research and Innovation in Science Education},
    year = {2020},
    pages = {43--45},
    url = {https://www.arisejournal.com/},
    }

  • B. Grimpe, E. Griessler, S. Karner, M. Lang, I. Marschalek, W. Polt, S. Reidl, H. Schiffbänker, E. Unterfrauner, and M. Wicher, Responsible Research and Innovation in Österreich, 2020.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Der Policy Brief beschreibt den derzeitigen Status von RRI in Österreich – den Nutzen, sowie aktuelle Chancen und Herausforderungen. Ebenso werden notwendige Maßnahmen aus Sicht der “RRI Plattform Österreich” beleuchtet.

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    author = {Grimpe, Barbara and Griessler, Erich and Karner, Sandra and Lang, Martina and Marschalek, Ilse and Polt, Wolfgang and Reidl, Sybille and Schiffbänker, Helene and Unterfrauner, Elisabeth and Wicher, Magdalena},
    title = {Responsible Research and Innovation in Österreich},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {1},
    year = {2020},
    url = {https://www.rri-plattform.at/index.php/aktuelles/},
    }

  • G. Garcia-Santos, M. Scheiber, and J. Pilz, “Spatial interpolation methods to predict airborne pesticide drift deposits on soils using knapsack sprayers,” Chemosphere, vol. 258, p. 1–11, 2020. doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2020.127231
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Spatial predictions of drift deposits on soil surface were conducted using eight different spatial interpolation methods i.e. classical approaches like the Thiessen method and kriging, and some advanced methods like spatial vine copulas, Karhunen-Loève expansion and INLA. In order to investigate the impact of the number of locations on the prediction, all spatial predictions were conducted using a set of 39 and 47 locations respectively. The analysis revealed that taking more locations into account increases the accuracy of the prediction and the extreme behavior of the data is better modeled. Leave-one-out cross-validation was used to assess the accuracy of the prediction. The Thiessen method has the highest prediction errors among all tested methods. Linear interpolation methods were able to better reproduce the extreme behavior at the first meters from the sprayed border and exhibited lower prediction errors as the number of data points increased. Especially the spatial copula method exhibited an obvious increase in prediction accuracy. The Karhunen-Loève expansion provided similar results as universal kriging and IDW, although showing a stronger change in the prediction as the number of locations increased. INLA predicted the pesticide dispersion to be smooth over the whole study area. Using Delaunay triangulation of the study area, the total pesticide concentration was estimated to be between 2.06\% and 2.97\% of the total Uranine applied. This work is a first attempt to completely understand and model the uncertainties of the mass balance, therefore providing a basis for future studies.

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    author = {Garcia-Santos, Glenda and Scheiber, Michael and Pilz, Jürgen},
    title = {{Spatial interpolation methods to predict airborne pesticide drift deposits on soils using knapsack sprayers}},
    journal = {Chemosphere},
    year = {2020},
    abstract = {Spatial predictions of drift deposits on soil surface were conducted using eight different spatial interpolation methods i.e. classical approaches like the Thiessen method and kriging, and some advanced methods like spatial vine copulas, Karhunen-Loève expansion and INLA. In order to investigate the impact of the number of locations on the prediction, all spatial predictions were conducted using a set of 39 and 47 locations respectively. The analysis revealed that taking more locations into account increases the accuracy of the prediction and the extreme behavior of the data is better modeled. Leave-one-out cross-validation was used to assess the accuracy of the prediction. The Thiessen method has the highest prediction errors among all tested methods. Linear interpolation methods were able to better reproduce the extreme behavior at the first meters from the sprayed border and exhibited lower prediction errors as the number of data points increased. Especially the spatial copula method exhibited an obvious increase in prediction accuracy. The Karhunen-Loève expansion provided similar results as universal kriging and IDW, although showing a stronger change in the prediction as the number of locations increased. INLA predicted the pesticide dispersion to be smooth over the whole study area. Using Delaunay triangulation of the study area, the total pesticide concentration was estimated to be between 2.06\% and 2.97\% of the total Uranine applied. This work is a first attempt to completely understand and model the uncertainties of the mass balance, therefore providing a basis for future studies.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.chemosphere.2020.127231},
    volume = {258},
    pages = {1--11},
    month = {6},
    url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0045653520314247?via\%3Dihub},
    }

  • D. Barben and N. Matzner, “Anticipatory Governance of Climate Engineering,” in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.013.69
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    author = {Barben, Daniel and Matzner, Nils},
    title = {{Anticipatory Governance of Climate Engineering}},
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    publisher = {Oxford University Press},
    year = {2020},
    doi = {10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.013.69},
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    url = {https://oxfordre.com/climatescience/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.001.0001/acrefore-9780190228620-e-69},
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  • J. Pilz, W. Shabbir, and A. Naeem, “A spatial-temporal study for the spread ofdengue depending on climate factors inPakistan (2006–2017),” BMC Public Health, vol. 20, iss. 995, p. 1–10, 2020. doi:10.1186/s12889-020-08846-8
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Methods: Geographical information system (GIS) maps are used to identify the intensity of the spread according to the count of affected people in our study area. Generalised linear modelling (GLM) is used to study the significance of factors associated with dengue fever.Results: The dengue virus is present throughout the year in specific areas of Pakistan. Karachi and Lahore are most significantly affected with cases in these two most populous cities of Pakistan reported every year. In the study period (2006–2017), 2011 was the most devastating year for Pakistan. Lahore recorded more than 17,000 confirmed cases with 290 deaths in a single year. The GLM analysis shows rainfall, the average maximum temperature, and hospitals to be significant factors in the prevalence of dengue fever.

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  • F. Khan, G. Spöck, and J. Pilz, “A novel Approach for Modelling Pattern and Spatial Dependence Structures between Climate Variables by Combining Mixture Models with Copula Models,” Int. Journal of Climatology, vol. 40, p. 1049–1066, 2020. doi:10.1002/joc.6255
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Spatiotemporal dependence structures play a pivotal role in understanding the meteorological characteristics of a basin or subbasin. This further affects the hydrological conditions and, consequently, will provide misleading results if these structures are not taken into account properly. In this study, we modelled the spatial dependence structure of three climate variables, maximum and minimum temperature and precipitation, throughout the Monsoon‐dominated zone of Pakistan. For temperature, six meteorological stations have been considered, for precipitation we used the results of four meteorological stations. For modelling the dependence structure between temperature and precipitation at multiple sites, we utilized C‐Vine, D‐Vine and student t‐copula models. For temperature, multivariate mixture normal distributions, and for precipitation, the gamma distribution, have been used as marginals under the copula models. The models were calibrated by utilizing the 20 years daily data from 1981 to 2000, and for validation, we used the data for 10‐year period from 2001 to 2010. The simulations were performed for each variable separately, conditioned on spatial neighbours. A comparison was made between the different copula models, on the basis of observational and simulated patterns and spatial dependence structures, the performance was evaluated for the validation period. The results show that all copula models performed well; however, there are subtle differences between them. The copula models captured the patterns and spatial dependence structures between climate variables, however, the t‐copula showed poor performance in reproducing the dependence structure with respect to magnitude. It was observed that important statistics of observed data have been closely approximated except a few maximum values for maximum temperature and minimum values for minimum temperature. Probability density functions of simulated data follow closely the pattern of observational data. These methods can be combined with statistical downscaling models to improve their performance, particularly in modelling the dependence structure between climate variables at multiple sites.

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    doi = {10.1002/joc.6255},
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  • G. Garcia-Santos, J. Pilz, and M. Scheiber, Testing statistical methods to predict pesticide drift deposition, 2020. doi:10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-11014
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    W e studied the case of the Andean region in Colombia as example of non-mechanized small farming systems in which farmers use handheld sprayers to spray pesticides. This is the most common technique to spray pesticide in developing countries. To better understand the spatial distribution of airborne pesticide drift deposits on the soil surface using that spray technique, nine different spatial interpolation methods were tested using a surrogate tracer substance (Uranine)i.e. classical approaches like the linear interpolation and kriging, and some advanced methods like spatial vine copulas, the Karhunen-Loève expansion of the underlying random field, the integrated nested Laplace approximation and the Empirical Bayesian Kriging used in ArcMap (GIS).

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    year = {2020},
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  • J. Pilz, F. Khan, and S. Ali, Twenty First Century Climate Extremes Projection and Climate Vulnerability Risk Assessment in Homogeneous Climatic Zones using high Resolution Climate Data, 2020. doi:10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-206
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Climate extremes were analyzed for the baseline and future periods F1 (2011-2040), F2 (2041-2070) and F3 (2071-2100) for the Representative Concentration Pathways (RCPs) 4.5 and 8.5. For precipitation under the RCP4.5, most of climate extremes have decreasing/increasing trends.Further, zone-01, zone-02, and zone-03 show increasing trends while zone-04 and zone-05 have mixed (decreasing/increasing) trends in climate extremes for all periods. For temperature, sixteen climate extreme indices were considered, some important indices are: GSL, SU25, TMAXmean, TMINmean, TN10p, TN90P, TX10p, TX90P, TNN, TNX, TXN, TXX.

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  • D. Barben and N. Matzner, “Climate Engineering As a Communication Challenge: Contested Notions of Responsibility Across Expert Arenas of Science and Policy,” Science Communication, vol. 42, iss. 1, p. 61–89, 2020. doi:10.1177/1075547019899408
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Climate engineering (CE) is often said to bring about significant opportunities as well as risks. The pursuit of CE measures can be framed as either responsible or irresponsible, resulting in contentious and ambiguous communication. This article starts out from a notion of responsibility regarding subjects, objects, norms, and authorities. It will identify and analyze discursive patterns of responsibility across six expert arenas and provide a comparative mapping of these patterns. Better understanding controversy may help in finding common ground for designing research and policy strategies around CE. Taking on the challenges of communicating CE-related responsibilities would support CE governance.

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  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Affect, Emotion, and Ecocriticism.,” Ecozona: European Journal of Literature, Culture, and Environment, vol. 11, iss. 2, p. 128–136, 2020.
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    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Affect, Emotion, and Ecocriticism.}},
    journal = {Ecozona: European Journal of Literature, Culture, and Environment },
    year = {2020},
    volume = {11},
    number = {2},
    pages = {128--136},
    url = {https://ecozona.eu/article/view/3510/4499},
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  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Feeling Nature: Narrative Environments and Character Empathy,” in Environment and Narrative, E. James and E. Morel, Eds., The Ohio State University Press, 2020, p. 129–145.
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    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Feeling Nature: Narrative Environments and Character Empathy}},
    booktitle = {Environment and Narrative},
    publisher = {The Ohio State University Press},
    year = {2020},
    editor = {Erin James and Eric Morel},
    pages = {129--145},
    isbn = {0814214207},
    }

  • F. Rauch, “Aktionsforschung – am Beispiel eines Universitätslehrgangs im Bildungsbereich,” in Gegenstand und Methoden qualitativer Sozialforschung, J. Donlic and I. Straßer, Eds., Opladen, Farmington Hills: Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2020, p. 139–151.
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    author = {Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{Aktionsforschung - am Beispiel eines Universitätslehrgangs im Bildungsbereich}},
    booktitle = {Gegenstand und Methoden qualitativer Sozialforschung},
    publisher = {Verlag Barbara Budrich},
    year = {2020},
    editor = {Jasmin Donlic and Irene Straßer},
    pages = {139--151},
    address = {Opladen, Farmington Hills},
    isbn = {978-3-8474-2326-3},
    }

  • F. Rauch, “Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung in Österreich,” das magazin der pädagogischen hochschule oö, vol. 4, iss. 4, 2020.
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    @article{0f4de0c778ce24f80178d17d3ce00343,
    author = {Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung in Österreich}},
    journal = {das magazin der pädagogischen hochschule oö},
    year = {2020},
    volume = {4},
    number = {4},
    url = {https://ph-ooe.at/fileadmin/Daten\_PHOOE/PH-Magazine/PH\_Nachhaltigkeit\_web.pdf},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Climate Change and the Dark Side of Translating Science into Popular Culture,” in The Dark Side of Translation, F. Italiano, Ed., New York: Routledge, 2020, p. 120–142.
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    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Climate Change and the Dark Side of Translating Science into Popular Culture}},
    booktitle = {The Dark Side of Translation},
    publisher = {Routledge },
    year = {2020},
    editor = {Frederico Italiano},
    pages = {120--142},
    address = {New York},
    isbn = { 9780367337285},
    }

  • D. Barben, “Digitalization and Biologization: Innovations Towards a Sustainable Economy?,” in 4. China-Forum “One Belt, one Road”, Graz, 2020, p. 138–141.
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    author = {Barben, Daniel},
    title = {{Digitalization and Biologization: Innovations Towards a Sustainable Economy?}},
    booktitle = {4. China-Forum "One Belt, one Road"},
    year = {2020},
    volume = {3},
    pages = {138--141},
    address = {Graz},
    publisher = {Universität Graz, Konfuzius-Institut},
    url = {https://china-forum.uni-graz.at/de/4.-china-forum/},
    }

  • M. Schneider-Mayerson, A. Weik von Mossner, and W. Malecki, “Empirical Ecocriticism: Environmental Texts and Empirical Methods,” ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, vol. 27, iss. 2, p. 327–336, 2020. doi:10.1093/isle/isaa022
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    @article{0f4de0c47368b3a7017368e74b480038,
    author = {Schneider-Mayerson, Matthew and Weik von Mossner, Alexa and Malecki, Wojciech},
    title = {{Empirical Ecocriticism: Environmental Texts and Empirical Methods}},
    journal = {ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment},
    year = {2020},
    doi = {10.1093/isle/isaa022},
    volume = {27},
    number = {2},
    pages = {327--336},
    }

  • I. Koinig and F. Weder, Employee representatives as enables of the good working life, 2020.
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    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Weder, Franzisca},
    title = {Employee representatives as enables of the good working life},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2020},
    url = {https://app.oxfordabstracts.com/events/987/program-app/presenters/1?s=koinig},
    }

  • N. Hampl and R. G. Sposato, Erneuerbare Energien in Österreich 2019, 2020.
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    author = {Hampl, Nina and Sposato, Robert Gennaro},
    title = {Erneuerbare Energien in Österreich 2019},
    howpublished = {Print},
    year = {2020},
    url = {https://www2.deloitte.com/at/de/seiten/energy-and-resources/artikel/erneuerbare-energien-in-oesterreich.html},
    }

  • N. Matzner, J. Kreuter, C. Baatz, D. P. Keller, T. Markus, F. Wittstock, U. Bernitt, and N. Mengis, “Unveiling assumptions through interdisciplinary scrutiny: Observations from the German Priority Program on Climate Engineering (SPP 1689),” Climatic Change, vol. 162, p. 57–66, 2020. doi:10.1007/s10584-020-02777-4
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    author = {Matzner, Nils and Kreuter, Judith and Baatz, Christian and Keller, David P. and Markus, Till and Wittstock, Felix and Bernitt, Ulrike and Mengis, Nadine},
    title = {{Unveiling assumptions through interdisciplinary scrutiny: Observations from the German Priority Program on Climate Engineering (SPP 1689)}},
    journal = {Climatic Change},
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    volume = {162},
    pages = {57--66},
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2019

  • M. Handler, I. Omann, and R. Hübner, “Art of Hosting oder: Wie können Konferenzen durch ihre Gestaltung transformativ wirken?,” in Das transformative Potenzial von Konsum zwischen Nachhaltigkeit und Digitalisierung., R. Hübner and B. Schmon, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2019, vol. 5, p. 153–174.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Derzeit erleben wir gesellschaftliche Umbrüche in einem großen Ausmaß und von sehr hoher Komplexität. Damit diese Veränderungen in eine aus Nachhaltigkeitsperspektive wünschenswerte Richtung gehen, braucht es Prozesse, aus denen innovative Ideen und Lösungen, die auch breit unterstützt sind, hervorgehen. Eine „neue“ Richtung kann nicht von Experten und Expertinnen vorgegeben werden, auch nicht von einzelnen Politikern und Politikerinnen. Transformation bedarf kollektiver und co-kreativer Lern- und Entwicklungsprozesse unter breiter Beteiligung von Menschen aus möglichst vielen Teilsystemen der Gesellschaft. Für diese braucht es Räume, die Austausch, gemeinsames Nachdenken, Wahrnehmen und Reflektieren verschiedener Positionen ermöglichen. Es ist nicht trivial, solche Räume zu schaffen. „Art of Hosting and Harvesting Conversations that Matter“ ist die Kunst, Kommunikations-Räume einer besonderen Qualität zu schaffen, in denen (große) Gruppen von Menschen in intensiven Diskurs zu wesentliche Fragen treten können und wollen. Dem Art of Hosting liegt ein systemisches Prozessverständnis zugrunde, das davon ausgeht, dass erstens Innovation im Grenzbereich zwischen Ordnung und Chaos entsteht und zweitens Veränderungen bzw. Lösungen umfassender, robuster und am Ende breiter unterstützt sind, wenn sie von den Betroffenen gemeinsam entwickelt werden. Art of Hosting bietet aus unserer Sicht profundes Prozess- und Methodenwissen zur Gestaltung von transformativen Prozessen, in denen sich Selbstorganisation und Kreativität dafür bereiter Akteure und Akteurinnen bestmöglich entfalten können. In unserem Beitrag stellen wir zunächst die Grundlagen und Elemente von Art of Hosting dar. Anschließend veranschaulichen wir am Beispiel des dem vorliegenden Buch zugrundeliegenden Symposiums die konkrete Anwendung von Art of Hosting

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    pages = {153--174},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    month = {12},
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  • R. Hübner and B. Schmon, “Wie kann Konsum transformative Kraft entwickeln? ,” in Das transformative Potenzial von Konsum zwischen Nachhaltigkeit und Digitalisierung., R. Hübner and B. Schmon, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2019, vol. 5, p. 1–21.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Im Gegensatz zu „Transition“ gibt „Transformation“ Veränderungsprozessen eine bestimmte Richtung. Veränderungen von Konsumpraktiken durch Digitalisierungsprozesse sind demnach als Transition zu verstehen, da eine bestimmte Ausrichtung sozialer Praktiken nicht gezielt angestrebt wird. Es ist das Nachhaltigkeitskonzept, das als gesellschaftliche Leitidee der digitalen Transition eine Richtung geben kann und will und dessen transformative Kraft entfaltet. Im Diskurs zu Transformationsprozessen sind auch jene Fragestellungen ins Blickfeld zu nehmen, die sich mit den Wirkmechanismen und reproduzierenden Faktoren von derzeit nicht nachhaltigen Konsummustern beschäftigen. An diesem Punkt rücken neben dem Konsum als Handlung auch die Konsumentinnen und Konsumenten als Akteure in den Fokus. Wie „souverän“ ist die Konsumentin/der Konsument tatsächlich? Und in welcher Rolle kann diese Souveränität vor dem Hintergrund der Digitalisierung neu betrachtet werden? Zwischen Nachhaltigkeit und Digitalisierung lassen sich verschiedene Potenziale von neuen Konsumformen erkennen. Wenn „Nachhaltiger Konsum“ nicht nur individuelle Handlungsroutinen, sondern auch gesellschaftliche Entwicklungslinien verändern soll, dann rückt das Verbindende, das Gemeinsame in den Vordergrund. Dadurch eröffnen sich auch abseits von individuellen Kaufakten eine Vielfalt an Konsumformen mit welchen auch neue Rollen der Konsumentinnen und Konsumenten einhergehen.

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    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Im Gegensatz zu „Transition“ gibt „Transformation“ Veränderungsprozessen eine bestimmte Richtung. Veränderungen von Konsumpraktiken durch Digitalisierungsprozesse sind demnach als Transition zu verstehen, da eine bestimmte Ausrichtung sozialer Praktiken nicht gezielt angestrebt wird. Es ist das Nachhaltigkeitskonzept, das als gesellschaftliche Leitidee der digitalen Transition eine Richtung geben kann und will und dessen transformative Kraft entfaltet. Im Diskurs zu Transformationsprozessen sind auch jene Fragestellungen ins Blickfeld zu nehmen, die sich mit den Wirkmechanismen und reproduzierenden Faktoren von derzeit nicht nachhaltigen Konsummustern beschäftigen. An diesem Punkt rücken neben dem Konsum als Handlung auch die Konsumentinnen und Konsumenten als Akteure in den Fokus. Wie „souverän“ ist die Konsumentin/der Konsument tatsächlich? Und in welcher Rolle kann diese Souveränität vor dem Hintergrund der Digitalisierung neu betrachtet werden? Zwischen Nachhaltigkeit und Digitalisierung lassen sich verschiedene Potenziale von neuen Konsumformen erkennen. Wenn „Nachhaltiger Konsum“ nicht nur individuelle Handlungsroutinen, sondern auch gesellschaftliche Entwicklungslinien verändern soll, dann rückt das Verbindende, das Gemeinsame in den Vordergrund. Dadurch eröffnen sich auch abseits von individuellen Kaufakten eine Vielfalt an Konsumformen mit welchen auch neue Rollen der Konsumentinnen und Konsumenten einhergehen.},
    editor = {Renate Hübner and Barbara Schmon},
    volume = {5},
    series = {Kritische Verbraucherforschung},
    pages = {1--21},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    month = {12},
    }

  • I. Steccolini, I. Saliterer, and J. Guthrie, “The role(s) of accounting and performance measurement systems in contemporary public administration,” Public Administration, p. 00–00, 2019. doi:10.1111/padm.12642
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c76ef1db65016ef984ae5304b2,
    author = {Steccolini, Ileana and Saliterer, Iris and Guthrie, James},
    title = {{The role(s) of accounting and performance measurement systems in contemporary public administration}},
    journal = {Public Administration},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1111/padm.12642},
    pages = {00--00},
    month = {12},
    }

  • F. Rauch, “Bildung für eine nachhaltige Gesellschaft,” SOL Magazin, p. 6–7, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c66f180aae016f1a691b3e04cf,
    author = {Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{Bildung für eine nachhaltige Gesellschaft}},
    journal = {SOL Magazin},
    year = {2019},
    pages = {6--7},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://nachhaltig.at/sol-magazin/},
    }

  • F. Rauch, “Bildung für eine nachhaltige Gesellschaft,” SOL Magazin, p. 6–7, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c66f180aae016f1a692dbd04dd,
    author = {Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{Bildung für eine nachhaltige Gesellschaft}},
    journal = {SOL Magazin},
    year = {2019},
    pages = {6--7},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://nachhaltig.at/sol-magazin/},
    }

  • C. Weberhofer, SDG4 – Einblicke und Ausblicke, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c473bc61da0173be6026ce00c7,
    author = {Weberhofer, Caroline},
    title = {SDG4 - Einblicke und Ausblicke},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {12},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/reflexionen/reflexionen/sdg-4-einblicke-in-sdg-4/},
    }

  • R. Hübner and B. Schmon, Das transformative Potenzial von Konsum zwischen Nachhaltigkeit und Digitalisierung. , Springer VS, 2019, vol. 5. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-26040-8
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Welche Bedeutung hat Konsum in der gesellschaftlichen Umbruchphase zwischen Klimawandel und Digitalisierungsprozessen? Konsum im Sinne einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung zu verändern und dabei Digitalisierung für eine gesellschaftliche Transformation aktiv zu nützen, ist eng verknüpft sowohl mit einem veränderten Konsumverständnis, als auch mit teilweise neuen Rollen der Akteure. Der vorliegende Band bietet Zugänge, wie durch nachhaltigkeitsorientierte Forschung und Bildung diese neuen Rollen und das damit verbundene transformative Potenzial von Konsum sichtbar und nutzbar gemacht werden können. Diese Zielsetzung ist verbunden mit dem Anliegen, VerbraucherInnen zu unterstützen, Konsumformen im Sinne einer Circular Economy zu praktizieren und Konsumhandlungen auch abseits marktvermittelter Lösungen stärker zu berücksichtigen.Der Inhalt•Nachhaltiger Konsum als Utopie? Wie kann Konsum transformative Kraft entwickeln? Soziale Praktiken ändern, nicht die Individuen! Über die transformativen Potenziale des „Scheiterns“•„Smarte“ Konsumwende und „Smarte“ Technologien? Chancen und Grenzen der Digitalisierung für klimafreundlichen Konsum•on/offline: Digitalisierung zwischen diskursivem politischen Konsum und dem pathogenen Potenzial von Konsum•Verbraucherbildung im und für Wandel: Normative, konzeptionelle und curriculare Transformationen im Spiegel konsumgesellschaftlicher Entwicklungen und das Problem der Grenzziehungen in heterogenen Klassen•Wie können Konferenzen durch ihre Gestaltung transformativ wirken?

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    title = {{Das transformative Potenzial von Konsum zwischen Nachhaltigkeit und Digitalisierung. }},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Welche Bedeutung hat Konsum in der gesellschaftlichen Umbruchphase zwischen Klimawandel und Digitalisierungsprozessen? Konsum im Sinne einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung zu verändern und dabei Digitalisierung für eine gesellschaftliche Transformation aktiv zu nützen, ist eng verknüpft sowohl mit einem veränderten Konsumverständnis, als auch mit teilweise neuen Rollen der Akteure. Der vorliegende Band bietet Zugänge, wie durch nachhaltigkeitsorientierte Forschung und Bildung diese neuen Rollen und das damit verbundene transformative Potenzial von Konsum sichtbar und nutzbar gemacht werden können. Diese Zielsetzung ist verbunden mit dem Anliegen, VerbraucherInnen zu unterstützen, Konsumformen im Sinne einer Circular Economy zu praktizieren und Konsumhandlungen auch abseits marktvermittelter Lösungen stärker zu berücksichtigen.Der Inhalt•Nachhaltiger Konsum als Utopie? Wie kann Konsum transformative Kraft entwickeln? Soziale Praktiken ändern, nicht die Individuen! Über die transformativen Potenziale des „Scheiterns“•„Smarte“ Konsumwende und „Smarte“ Technologien? Chancen und Grenzen der Digitalisierung für klimafreundlichen Konsum•on/offline: Digitalisierung zwischen diskursivem politischen Konsum und dem pathogenen Potenzial von Konsum•Verbraucherbildung im und für Wandel: Normative, konzeptionelle und curriculare Transformationen im Spiegel konsumgesellschaftlicher Entwicklungen und das Problem der Grenzziehungen in heterogenen Klassen•Wie können Konferenzen durch ihre Gestaltung transformativ wirken?},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-658-26040-8},
    volume = {5},
    month = {12},
    isbn = {978-3-658-26039-2},
    url = {https://www.konsumforschung.at/ },
    }

  • D. Barben, Klimaschutz als notwendige Daseinsvorsorge: Leitlinien für die Governance gesellschaftlicher Transformation., 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Policy Brief des ACRP-Projekts „Reflexive Governance in a ChangingClimate“

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    abstract = {Policy Brief des ACRP-Projekts „Reflexive Governance in a ChangingClimate“},
    author = {Barben, Daniel},
    title = {Klimaschutz als notwendige Daseinsvorsorge: Leitlinien für die Governance gesellschaftlicher Transformation. },
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://www.ccca.ac.at/fileadmin/00\_DokumenteHauptmenue/04\_Mitgliederbereich/Mitgliederinfo/2019/inkl\_Aussendung\_201911Policy\_Brief-RefGovCC.AT-2019\_11\_08.pdf},
    }

  • K. Posch, M. Arbeiter, and J. Pilz, “A novel Bayesian approach for variable selection in linear regression models,” Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, p. 1–24, 2019. doi:10.1016/j.csda.2019.106881
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    A novel Bayesian approach to the problem of variable selection in multiple linear regression models is proposed. In particular, a hierarchical setting which allows for direct specification of a priori beliefs about the number of nonzero regression coefficients as well as a specification of beliefs that given coefficients are nonzero is presented. This is done by introducing a new prior for a random set which holds the indices of the predictors with nonzero regression coefficients. To guarantee numerical stability, a g-prior with an additional ridge parameter is adopted for the unknown regression coefficients. In order to simulate from the joint posterior distribution an intelligent random walk Metropolis–Hastings algorithm which is able to switch between different models is proposed. For the model transitions a novel proposal, which prefers to add a priori or empirically important predictors to the model and further tries to remove less important ones, is used. Testing the algorithm on real and simulated data illustrates that it performs at least on par and often even better than other well-established methods.Finally, it is proven that under some nominal assumptions, the presented approach is consistent in terms of model selection.

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    author = {Posch, Konstantin and Arbeiter, Maximilian and Pilz, Jürgen},
    title = {{A novel Bayesian approach for variable selection in linear regression models}},
    journal = {Computational Statistics and Data Analysis},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {A novel Bayesian approach to the problem of variable selection in multiple linear regression models is proposed. In particular, a hierarchical setting which allows for direct specification of a priori beliefs about the number of nonzero regression coefficients as well as a specification of beliefs that given coefficients are nonzero is presented. This is done by introducing a new prior for a random set which holds the indices of the predictors with nonzero regression coefficients. To guarantee numerical stability, a g-prior with an additional ridge parameter is adopted for the unknown regression coefficients. In order to simulate from the joint posterior distribution an intelligent random walk Metropolis–Hastings algorithm which is able to switch between different models is proposed. For the model transitions a novel proposal, which prefers to add a priori or empirically important predictors to the model and further tries to remove less important ones, is used. Testing the algorithm on real and simulated data illustrates that it performs at least on par and often even better than other well-established methods.Finally, it is proven that under some nominal assumptions, the presented approach is consistent in terms of model selection.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.csda.2019.106881},
    pages = {1--24},
    month = {11},
    url = {https://www.elsevier.com/locate/csda},
    }

  • I. Koinig, D. Voci, F. Weder, and M. Karmasin, “Media Social Responsibility an der Schnittstelle von Media Accountability und Corporate Social Responsibility ,” in Der Mensch im Digitalen Zeitalter, M. Litschka and L. Krainer, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2019, p. 103–133.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76ef1db65016efa777a7906af,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Voci, Denise and Weder, Franzisca and Karmasin, Matthias},
    title = {{Media Social Responsibility an der Schnittstelle von Media Accountability und Corporate Social Responsibility }},
    booktitle = {Der Mensch im Digitalen Zeitalter},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Michael Litschka and Larissa Krainer},
    series = {Ethik in mediatisierten Welten},
    pages = {103--133},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    month = {11},
    isbn = {978-3-658-26459-8},
    }

  • Š. Draganović, G. Offermanns, and J. Brandl, Patient safety culture in Austrian hospitals – A qualitative study, 2019. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckz187.218
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c66e69fb52016e6a9141d500c1,
    doi = {10.1093/eurpub/ckz187.218},
    author = {Draganović, Šehad and Offermanns, Guido and Brandl, Julio},
    title = {Patient safety culture in Austrian hospitals – A qualitative study},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://academic.oup.com/eurpub},
    }

  • Š. Draganović, G. Offermanns, and J. Brandl, First Insights into Sustainability and Organizational Change by Means of a Qualitative Study of Innovatively Implementing New Risk Management Instruments, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Adverse events in the healthcare system often have severe consequences for the patient and healthcare institutions. Thus, various risk management tools, such as Critical Incident Reporting Systems or surgical safety checklists, have recently been introduced to 11 Austrian healthcare centers to increase patient safety. However, our study shows that these instruments are not effective in all of the centers investigated. The effective implementation of these tools requires change management in the background to develop a lively patient safety culture. To facilitate this process, it is essential in this study to gain a deeper insight into the underlying implementation processes and problem-oriented perspectives. To investigate this issue, a qualitative approach was used to examine the current status of patient safety culture in healthcare centers.

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    abstract = {Adverse events in the healthcare system often have severe consequences for the patient and healthcare institutions. Thus, various risk management tools, such as Critical Incident Reporting Systems or surgical safety checklists, have recently been introduced to 11 Austrian healthcare centers to increase patient safety. However, our study shows that these instruments are not effective in all of the centers investigated. The effective implementation of these tools requires change management in the background to develop a lively patient safety culture. To facilitate this process, it is essential in this study to gain a deeper insight into the underlying implementation processes and problem-oriented perspectives. To investigate this issue, a qualitative approach was used to examine the current status of patient safety culture in healthcare centers.},
    author = {Draganović, Šehad and Offermanns, Guido and Brandl, Julio},
    title = {First Insights into Sustainability and Organizational Change by Means of a Qualitative Study of Innovatively Implementing New Risk Management Instruments},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://journals.aom.org/journal/amgblproc},
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  • Š. Draganović and G. Offermanns, Development of the Austrian version of the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture, 2019. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckz185.619
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    @misc{0f4de0c66e69fb52016e6a9bbf1200da,
    doi = {10.1093/eurpub/ckz185.619},
    author = {Draganović, Šehad and Offermanns, Guido},
    title = {Development of the Austrian version of the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://academic.oup.com/eurpub},
    }

  • N. Hampl, “Drivers of and barriers to partner switch in interfirm alliances: A conceptual model,” Journal of Business Economics, 2019. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2019.106381
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Historically, research on alliance termination assumes that alliance partners only withdraw from alliances in the event of alliance failure (failure-driven alliance termination). However, recent research on the dissolution of alliances shows that firms also withdraw from alliances through alliance partner switch when they find options with higher match quality than the current partner (option-driven alliance termination). This paper builds on previous work in that field and develops a comprehensive conceptual model of drivers of and barriers to partner switch in interfirm alliances. Based on matching theory, the rectification of alliance partner fit is defined in relation to strategic need, social status and social power as the main drivers and switching costs, social embeddedness and social norms as the main barriers to partner switch. Furthermore, it is argued that market uncertainty and behavioural uncertainty as well as the financial strength and social status of the focal firm have a moderating effect on such drivers and barriers.

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    author = {Hampl, Nina},
    title = {{Drivers of and barriers to partner switch in interfirm alliances: A conceptual model}},
    journal = {Journal of Business Economics},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Historically, research on alliance termination assumes that alliance partners only withdraw from alliances in the event of alliance failure (failure-driven alliance termination). However, recent research on the dissolution of alliances shows that firms also withdraw from alliances through alliance partner switch when they find options with higher match quality than the current partner (option-driven alliance termination). This paper builds on previous work in that field and develops a comprehensive conceptual model of drivers of and barriers to partner switch in interfirm alliances. Based on matching theory, the rectification of alliance partner fit is defined in relation to strategic need, social status and social power as the main drivers and switching costs, social embeddedness and social norms as the main barriers to partner switch. Furthermore, it is argued that market uncertainty and behavioural uncertainty as well as the financial strength and social status of the focal firm have a moderating effect on such drivers and barriers.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ecolecon.2019.106381},
    month = {11},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007\%2Fs11573-019-00965-y\#aboutcontent},
    }

  • I. Koinig, S. Diehl, F. Weder, and M. Karmasin, “Accountability and corporate Social Responsibility in the media Industry: A Topic of relevance? ,” in Media Accountability in the Era of Post-Truth Politics, T. Eberwein, S. Fengler, and M. Karmasin, Eds., New York: Routledge, 2019, p. 162–178.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76ef1db65016efa72ea59068d,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra and Weder, Franzisca and Karmasin, Matthias},
    title = {{Accountability and corporate Social Responsibility in the media Industry: A Topic of relevance? }},
    booktitle = {Media Accountability in the Era of Post-Truth Politics},
    publisher = {Routledge },
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Tobias Eberwein and Susanne Fengler and Matthias Karmasin},
    pages = {162--178},
    address = {New York},
    month = {10},
    isbn = {9780815361671},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Empathy, Emotion, and Environment in Alternative Australian Landscape Cinema: The Case of Rabbit-Proof Fence,” Emotions: History, Culture, Society, vol. 3, iss. 2, p. 245–265, 2019. doi:10.1163/2208522X-02010059
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c66fd617e1016fe76020b008eb,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Empathy, Emotion, and Environment in Alternative Australian Landscape Cinema: The Case of Rabbit-Proof Fence}},
    journal = {Emotions: History, Culture, Society },
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1163/2208522X-02010059},
    volume = {3},
    number = {2},
    pages = {245--265},
    }

  • F. Rauch, D. Radmann, and B. Schmölzer, “Mobilität, Verkehr und erneuerbare Energien: Einbeziehung gesellschaftsrelevanter Themen in die Ausbildung von PädagogInnen naturwissenschaftlicher Fächer,” in Lernprozesse über die Lebensspanne, M. Kastner, J. Donlic, B. Hanfstingl, and E. Jaksche-Hoffman, Eds., Opladen, Farmington Hills: Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2019, p. 159–163. doi:10.3224/84742325
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c66c9a6a1d016cb80b6469015a,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Radmann, Diana and Schmölzer, Bernhard},
    title = {{Mobilität, Verkehr und erneuerbare Energien: Einbeziehung gesellschaftsrelevanter Themen in die Ausbildung von PädagogInnen naturwissenschaftlicher Fächer}},
    booktitle = {Lernprozesse über die Lebensspanne},
    publisher = {Verlag Barbara Budrich},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.3224/84742325},
    editor = {Monika Kastner and Jasmin Donlic and Barbara Hanfstingl and Elisabeth Jaksche-Hoffman},
    pages = {159--163},
    address = {Opladen, Farmington Hills},
    isbn = {978-3-8474-2325-6},
    url = {https://shop.budrich-academic.de/produkt/lernprozesse-ueber-die-lebensspanne/?v=1d2954bc2dce},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, Istraživanje dijalekta u dvojezičnim situacijama: radne tehnike i mediji / Dialektforschung in bilingualen Situationen: Arbeitstechniken und Medien, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Abstract zum Vortrag in kroatischer Sprache anlässlich des internationalen Symposiums “Međunarodni interdisciplinarni znanstveni simpozij. FILOZOFIJA MEDIJA (2019.), International Interdisciplinary Symposium PHILOSOPHY OF MEDIA (2019), Zagreb, “Tribina grada”, Kaptol 2, 17. – 20. 9. 2019. / September 17−20, 2019, Sažeci izlaganja / Paper summaries

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    author = {Maurer-Lausegger, Herta},
    title = {Istraživanje dijalekta u dvojezičnim situacijama: radne tehnike i mediji / Dialektforschung in bilingualen Situationen: Arbeitstechniken und Medien},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2019},
    url = {http://centar-fm.org/images/pdf/Zagreb\%202019\%20simpozij\%20fin\%2012.9.2019.pdf},
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  • A. Weik von Mossner, “How We Feel about (Not) Eating Animals: Vegan Studies and Cognitive Ecocriticism,” in Through a Vegan Studies Lens: Textual Ethics and Lived Activism, L. Wright, Ed., University of Nevada Press, 2019, p. 28–47.
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{How We Feel about (Not) Eating Animals: Vegan Studies and Cognitive Ecocriticism}},
    booktitle = {Through a Vegan Studies Lens: Textual Ethics and Lived Activism},
    publisher = {University of Nevada Press},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Laura Wright},
    pages = {28--47},
    isbn = {9781948908108},
    }

  • D. F. J. Campbell, Global Quality of Democracy as Innovation Enabler, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, vol. 15. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-72529-1
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The analysis concentrates on the following research questions: How to conceptualize and to measure democracy and quality of democracy in global comparison? Furthermore: how does quality of democracy act and play in favour of enabling innovation? The introduced conceptual framework of analysis refers to a quintuple-dimensional structure of democracy and quality of democracy and identifies the following basic dimensions as being relevant for further analysis: freedom, equality, control, sustainable development, and self-organization (political self-organization). Government/opposition cycles (political swings) represent one crucial form of manifestation of self-organization within a democracy. One crucial argument here is that a quality-of-democracy understanding based on sustainable development relates crucially with economic growth, but more so with economic development. The empirical macro-model focuses on 161 countries (territories) and covers a fifteen-year period of 2002-2016. By this the model addresses (in principle) more than ninety-nine percent of the world population. The model refers not only to democracies, but also to non-democracies (or democracies, semi-democracies and non-democracies). This global perspective appears necessary for a comprehensive understanding of democracy, democracy development and development of quality of democracy. The following countries and country groups are compared and analyzed in greater detail: Nordic countries; the United States; European Union (EU15 and EU28); Japan; OECD; Brazil; China; India; Indonesia; Nigeria; Russia; Latin America; Asia; and averages for the world. In the conclusion, several hypotheses are developed and presented for discussion that summarize the empirical research evidence and offer optional references for further research on democracy and quality of democracy in global comparison. Furthermore, the analysis intends to cross-refer to knowledge and innovation discourses on the basis of Quadruple and Quintuple Helix (innovation systems) understanding, making connections to a Quintuple-dimensional understanding of democracy and quality of democracy.

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    author = {Campbell, David F.J.},
    title = {{Global Quality of Democracy as Innovation Enabler}},
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    year = {2019},
    abstract = {The analysis concentrates on the following research questions: How to conceptualize and to measure democracy and quality of democracy in global comparison? Furthermore: how does quality of democracy act and play in favour of enabling innovation? The introduced conceptual framework of analysis refers to a quintuple-dimensional structure of democracy and quality of democracy and identifies the following basic dimensions as being relevant for further analysis: freedom, equality, control, sustainable development, and self-organization (political self-organization). Government/opposition cycles (political swings) represent one crucial form of manifestation of self-organization within a democracy. One crucial argument here is that a quality-of-democracy understanding based on sustainable development relates crucially with economic growth, but more so with economic development. The empirical macro-model focuses on 161 countries (territories) and covers a fifteen-year period of 2002-2016. By this the model addresses (in principle) more than ninety-nine percent of the world population. The model refers not only to democracies, but also to non-democracies (or democracies, semi-democracies and non-democracies). This global perspective appears necessary for a comprehensive understanding of democracy, democracy development and development of quality of democracy. The following countries and country groups are compared and analyzed in greater detail: Nordic countries; the United States; European Union (EU15 and EU28); Japan; OECD; Brazil; China; India; Indonesia; Nigeria; Russia; Latin America; Asia; and averages for the world. In the conclusion, several hypotheses are developed and presented for discussion that summarize the empirical research evidence and offer optional references for further research on democracy and quality of democracy in global comparison. Furthermore, the analysis intends to cross-refer to knowledge and innovation discourses on the basis of Quadruple and Quintuple Helix (innovation systems) understanding, making connections to a Quintuple-dimensional understanding of democracy and quality of democracy.},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-72529-1},
    volume = {15},
    month = {1},
    isbn = {978-3-319-72529-1},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-72529-1},
    }

  • I. Saliterer and N. Albrecht, “Die Glaubwürdigkeit von Leistungsberichten aus Sicht der Bürger – eine erweiterte experimentelle Replikationsstudie,” Zeitschrift für öffentliche und gemeinwirtschaftliche Unternehmen (ZögU), vol. 42, iss. 1-2, p. 73–85, 2019. doi:10.5771/0344-9777-2019-1-2-73
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c56f8b59e1016f8f42f4e902b3,
    author = {Saliterer, Iris and Albrecht, Nora},
    title = {{Die Glaubwürdigkeit von Leistungsberichten aus Sicht der Bürger – eine erweiterte experimentelle Replikationsstudie}},
    journal = {Zeitschrift für öffentliche und gemeinwirtschaftliche Unternehmen (ZögU)},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.5771/0344-9777-2019-1-2-73},
    volume = {42},
    number = {1-2},
    pages = {73--85},
    }

  • R. E. Herrenbrück, B. Wieser, C. Czakler, and K. Novacek, “Die Macht der Worte: Anthropozän als Weckruf,” in Das Anthropozän., H. Egner and H. P. Groß, Eds., München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 2019, vol. 8, p. 94–132.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c66a2a67be016a2f45b97000c2,
    author = {Herrenbrück, Robert Edgar and Wieser, Bernhard and Czakler, Christine and Novacek, Karl},
    title = {{Die Macht der Worte: Anthropozän als Weckruf}},
    booktitle = {Das Anthropozän. },
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Heike Egner and Horst Peter Groß},
    volume = {8},
    series = {Klagenfurter Interdisziplinäres Kolleg},
    pages = {94--132},
    address = {München, Wien},
    isbn = {9783890197227},
    }

  • C. Ogunbode, C. Demski, R. G. Sposato, and S. Capstick, “Attribution matters: revisiting the link between extreme weather experience and climate change mitigation responses,” Global Environmental Change, vol. 54, p. 31–39, 2019. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2018.11.005
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    The literature suggests that extreme weather experiences have potential to increase climate change engagement by influencing the way people perceive the proximity and implications of climate change. Yet, limited attention has been directed at investigating how individual differences in the subjective interpretation of extreme weather events as indications of climate change modulate the link between extreme weather experiences and climate change attitudes. This article contends that subjective attribution of extreme weather events to climate change is a necessary condition for extreme weather experiences to be translated into climate change mitigation responses, and that subjective attribution of extreme weather to climate change is influenced by the psychological and social contexts in which individuals appraise their experiences with extreme weather. Using survey data gathered in the aftermath of severe flooding across the UK in winter 2013/2014, personal experience of this flooding event is shown to only directly predict perceived threat from climate change, and indirectly predict climate change mitigation responses, among individuals who subjectively attributed the floods to climate change.Additionally, subjective attribution of the floods to climate change is significantly predicted by pre-existing climate change belief, political affiliation and perceived normative cues. Attempts to harness extreme weather experiences as a route to engaging the public must be attentive to the heterogeneity of opinion on the attributability of extreme weather events to climate change.

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    journal = {Global Environmental Change},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {The literature suggests that extreme weather experiences have potential to increase climate change engagement by influencing the way people perceive the proximity and implications of climate change. Yet, limited attention has been directed at investigating how individual differences in the subjective interpretation of extreme weather events as indications of climate change modulate the link between extreme weather experiences and climate change attitudes. This article contends that subjective attribution of extreme weather events to climate change is a necessary condition for extreme weather experiences to be translated into climate change mitigation responses, and that subjective attribution of extreme weather to climate change is influenced by the psychological and social contexts in which individuals appraise their experiences with extreme weather. Using survey data gathered in the aftermath of severe flooding across the UK in winter 2013/2014, personal experience of this flooding event is shown to only directly predict perceived threat from climate change, and indirectly predict climate change mitigation responses, among individuals who subjectively attributed the floods to climate change.Additionally, subjective attribution of the floods to climate change is significantly predicted by pre-existing climate change belief, political affiliation and perceived normative cues. Attempts to harness extreme weather experiences as a route to engaging the public must be attentive to the heterogeneity of opinion on the attributability of extreme weather events to climate change.},
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  • F. Rauch, I. Eilks, N. Belova, M. Kapanadze, I. Laudonia, and M. Krause, “ARTIST,” in Nachhaltige Bildung, A. Habicher, T. Kosler, C. Lechner, C. Oberhauser, A. Oberrauch, M. Tursky-Philadelphy, F. Rauch, and A. Schuster, Eds., Wien: PRAESENS VERLAGSgesmbH, 2019, vol. 4, p. 169–183.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Dieses Kapitel beschreibt das ARTIST-Projekt. ARTIST steht für Action Research to Innovate Science Teaching und zielt auf den Ausbau von Kapazitäten in der Hochschulbildung (Capacity Building in Higher Education) im Rahmen des ERASMUS+-Programms der Europäischen Union ab. Lehrerbildnerinnen und Lehrerbildnern sowie Lehrkräften in den Naturwissenschaften aus sieben Ländern soll die Philosophie von Aktionsforschung nähergebracht werden. Aktionsforschung im Sinne von ARTIST zielt auf die forschungsbasierte Entwicklung naturwissenschaftlichen Unterrichts bei gleichzeitiger professioneller Weiterbildung von Lehrkräften ab.

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    author = {Rauch, Franz and Eilks, Ingo and Belova, Nadja and Kapanadze, Marika and Laudonia, Ivano and Krause, Moritz},
    title = {{ARTIST}},
    booktitle = {Nachhaltige Bildung},
    publisher = {PRAESENS VERLAGSgesmbH},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Dieses Kapitel beschreibt das ARTIST-Projekt. ARTIST steht für Action Research to Innovate Science Teaching und zielt auf den Ausbau von Kapazitäten in der Hochschulbildung (Capacity Building in Higher Education) im Rahmen des ERASMUS+-Programms der Europäischen Union ab. Lehrerbildnerinnen und Lehrerbildnern sowie Lehrkräften in den Naturwissenschaften aus sieben Ländern soll die Philosophie von Aktionsforschung nähergebracht werden. Aktionsforschung im Sinne von ARTIST zielt auf die forschungsbasierte Entwicklung naturwissenschaftlichen Unterrichts bei gleichzeitiger professioneller Weiterbildung von Lehrkräften ab.},
    editor = {Artur Habicher and Thorsten Kosler and Christine Lechner and Claus Oberhauser and Anna Oberrauch and Michaela Tursky-Philadelphy and Franz Rauch and Angela Schuster},
    volume = {4},
    series = {Beiträge zur Fachdidaktik},
    pages = {169--183},
    address = {Wien},
    isbn = {9783706909839},
    url = {http://www.praesens.at/praesens2013/?s=Nachhaltige+Bildung},
    }

  • F. Rauch and B. Wallner, “Aktionsforschung in Univesitätslehrgängen. ,” in Nachhaltige Bildung, A. Habicher, T. Kosler, C. Lechner, C. Oberhauser, A. Oberrauch, M. Tursky-Philadelphy, F. Rauch, and A. Schuster, Eds., Wien: PRAESENS VERLAGSgesmbH, 2019, vol. 4, p. 44–58.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In diesem Beitrag werden Konzeption und allgemeine Charakteristika der PFL-Lehrgänge (Pädagogik und Fachdidaktik für LehrerInnen) dargestellt, wie sie am Institut für Unterrichts- und Schulentwicklung an der Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt seit vielen Jahren erfolgreich durchgeführt werden. Dabei wird der partizipatorische Aspekt der Aktionsforschung als zentrales Element der PFL-Lehrgänge hervorgehoben. Am Beispiel des Lehrgangs „BINE (Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung – Innovationen in Schule und Hochschule“ werden beispielhaft und fokussiert Einblicke in die konkrete Arbeitsweise im Rahmen der Aktionsforschung gegeben und Evaluationsergebnisse dargestellt.

    @incollection{0f4de0c57189c319017189dc0046003f,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Wallner, Burgi},
    title = {{Aktionsforschung in Univesitätslehrgängen. }},
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    publisher = {PRAESENS VERLAGSgesmbH},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {In diesem Beitrag werden Konzeption und allgemeine Charakteristika der PFL-Lehrgänge (Pädagogik und Fachdidaktik für LehrerInnen) dargestellt, wie sie am Institut für Unterrichts- und Schulentwicklung an der Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt seit vielen Jahren erfolgreich durchgeführt werden. Dabei wird der partizipatorische Aspekt der Aktionsforschung als zentrales Element der PFL-Lehrgänge hervorgehoben. Am Beispiel des Lehrgangs „BINE (Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung - Innovationen in Schule und Hochschule“ werden beispielhaft und fokussiert Einblicke in die konkrete Arbeitsweise im Rahmen der Aktionsforschung gegeben und Evaluationsergebnisse dargestellt.},
    editor = {Artur Habicher and Thorsten Kosler and Christine Lechner and Claus Oberhauser and Anna Oberrauch and Michaela Tursky-Philadelphy and Franz Rauch and Angela Schuster},
    volume = {4},
    series = {Beiträge zur Fachdidaktik},
    pages = {44--58},
    address = {Wien},
    isbn = {9783706909839},
    url = {http://www.praesens.at/praesens2013/?p=7402},
    }

  • S. Korac, B. Moser, and P. Rondo-Brovetto, “Politicians as active and participating stakeholders – the case of gender budgeting in Austria,” Zeitschrift für öffentliche und gemeinwirtschaftliche Unternehmen, vol. 42, iss. 1-2, p. 60–72, 2019. doi:10.5771/0344-9777-2019-1-2
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c66ac10984016aca7d634b00fa,
    author = {Korac, Sanja and Moser, Birgit and Rondo-Brovetto, Paolo},
    title = {{Politicians as active and participating stakeholders – the case of gender budgeting in Austria}},
    journal = {Zeitschrift für öffentliche und gemeinwirtschaftliche Unternehmen},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.5771/0344-9777-2019-1-2},
    volume = {42},
    number = {1-2},
    pages = {60--72},
    }

  • A. Habicher, T. Kosler, C. Lechner, C. Oberhauser, A. Oberrauch, M. Tursky-Philadelphy, F. Rauch, and A. Schuster, Nachhaltige Bildung, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c57189c319017189f649d300ab,
    author = {Habicher, Artur and Kosler, Thorsten and Lechner, Christine and Oberhauser, Claus and Oberrauch, Anna and Tursky-Philadelphy, Michaela and Rauch, Franz and Schuster, Angela},
    title = {Nachhaltige Bildung},
    howpublished = {Print},
    year = {2019},
    isbn = {9783706909839},
    url = {http://www.praesens.at/praesens2013/?p=7402},
    }

  • F. Rauch, K. Ziener, and D. Radmann, “The Austrian Ecologisation of Schools Network: Concept, factors of success, and challenges,” Hungarian Educational Research Journal, vol. 9, iss. 1, p. 119–122, 2019. doi:10.1556/063.9.2019.1.11.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c66d1bbf7a016d253a7df70388,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Ziener, Karen and Radmann, Diana},
    title = {{The Austrian Ecologisation of Schools Network: Concept, factors of success, and challenges}},
    journal = {Hungarian Educational Research Journal},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1556/063.9.2019.1.11.},
    volume = {9},
    number = {1},
    pages = {119--122},
    url = {https://akademiai.com/doi/full/10.1556/063.9.2019.1.11},
    }

  • L. Keller, F. Rauch, C. Weberhofer, B. Gruber, R. Hübner, M. Kernegger, M. Langthaler, J. Scherling, M. Ukowitz, M. Muhr, and E. Wagner, Positionspapier zum Bildungszusammenhang, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c473bc61da0173be5a985a0093,
    author = {Keller, Lars and Rauch, Franz and Weberhofer, Caroline and Gruber, Bettina and Hübner, Renate and Kernegger, Margarete and Langthaler, Margarita and Scherling, Josefine and Ukowitz, Martina and Muhr, Maximilian and Wagner, Erika},
    title = {Positionspapier zum Bildungszusammenhang},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://www.uninetz.at/reflexionen/reflexionen/sdg-4-positionenpapier/},
    }

  • S. Korac, “Public Financial Risk Management,” in Public Sector Accounting, T. Budding, G. Grossi, and T. Tagesson, Eds., New York: Routledge, 2019, p. 00–00.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c66ac10984016aca7b6a0a00e4,
    author = {Korac, Sanja},
    title = {{Public Financial Risk Management}},
    booktitle = {Public Sector Accounting},
    publisher = {Routledge },
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Tjerk Budding and Giuseppe Grossi and Torbjörn Tagesson},
    pages = {00--00},
    address = {New York},
    isbn = {978-1-138-48326-2},
    }

  • F. Rauch, F. Radits, P. Kurz, K. Soukup-Altrichter, and R. Steiner, “Rational und Konzept des BiNE-Lehrgangs 2016-2018,” R&E-SOURCE, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c76dc74467016dcb6fff05017d,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Radits, Franz and Kurz, Peter and Soukup-Altrichter, Katharina and Steiner, Regina},
    title = {{Rational und Konzept des BiNE-Lehrgangs 2016-2018}},
    journal = {R\&E-SOURCE},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://journal.ph-noe.ac.at/index.php/resource},
    }

  • S. M. Preiml, E. Smirnova, E. Weisbach, J. M. Zeil, and H. Egner, “Schutz vor wem/für wen?,” in Das Anthropozän., H. Egner and H. P. Groß, Eds., München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 2019, p. 59–93.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76b1c46fa016b2260de630155,
    author = {Preiml, Stefanie Margarita and Smirnova, Elena and Weisbach, Eva and Zeil, Jonas Moremi and Egner, Heike},
    title = {{Schutz vor wem/für wen?}},
    booktitle = {Das Anthropozän. },
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Heike Egner and Horst Peter Groß},
    pages = {59--93},
    address = {München, Wien},
    isbn = {978-3-89019-722-7},
    }

  • E. G. Carayannis and D. F. J. Campbell, Smart Quintuple Helix Innovation Systems, Springer Science + Business Media B.V., 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This volume examines the relationships among social ecology, innovation, sustainable development and economic growth. Using the principles of Quintuple Helix innovation system, the authors argue that social ecology and environmental management are supporters and drivers of innovation, sustainable development and economic growth.The Quintuple Helix innovation model focuses on the interactions among five key elements of society: academia, industry, government, culture, and the environment–with particular respect to harnessing knowledge to promote social, political, and economic development. The Quintuple Helix is a powerful theoretical and practical lens for analyzing and understanding such critical and complex ecological and socioeconomic issues as global warming and climate change and their implications for sustainability. The authors provide policy approaches and strategies to help create a balance among the often competing forces of environmental protection, innovation, entrepreneurship, and social and economic growth that will successfully benefit society and protect democratic values.

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    title = {{Smart Quintuple Helix Innovation Systems}},
    publisher = {Springer Science + Business Media B.V.},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {This volume examines the relationships among social ecology, innovation, sustainable development and economic growth. Using the principles of Quintuple Helix innovation system, the authors argue that social ecology and environmental management are supporters and drivers of innovation, sustainable development and economic growth.The Quintuple Helix innovation model focuses on the interactions among five key elements of society: academia, industry, government, culture, and the environment--with particular respect to harnessing knowledge to promote social, political, and economic development. The Quintuple Helix is a powerful theoretical and practical lens for analyzing and understanding such critical and complex ecological and socioeconomic issues as global warming and climate change and their implications for sustainability. The authors provide policy approaches and strategies to help create a balance among the often competing forces of environmental protection, innovation, entrepreneurship, and social and economic growth that will successfully benefit society and protect democratic values.},
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    isbn = {978-3-030-01517-6},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007\%2F978-3-030-01517-6},
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  • S. C. Egger, “Stadt. Raum. Monopoly,” in Wirtschaften, K. Braun, J. Moser, C. Dietrich, and C. Schönholz, Eds., , 2019, p. 501–506.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76d439c8b016d4e8010f2045e,
    author = {Egger, Simone Caroline},
    title = {{Stadt. Raum. Monopoly}},
    booktitle = {Wirtschaften },
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Karl Braun and Johannes Moser and Claus-Marco Dietrich and Christian Schönholz},
    pages = {501--506},
    isbn = {978-3-8185-0546-2},
    url = {https://archiv.ub.uni-marburg.de/es/2019/0032},
    }

  • G. M. Eichler and E. Schwarz, “What Sustainable Development Goals Do Social Innovations Address? A Systematic Review and Content Analysis of Social Innovation Literature,” Sustainability, vol. 11, iss. 2, p. 1–18, 2019. doi:10.3390/su11020522
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Interest in social innovations (SIs) from both the academic and the policy side is growing. Nonetheless, we still know little about which sustainable development goals (SDGs) SIs already address. Furthermore, only little is known about who the innovators developing and implementing SIs are. In this paper, we aim to bring more clarity and structure to the field of SIs. Firstly, a systematic literature review was conducted, before a content analysis was used to analyze the definitions used with regard to similarities. Secondly, all case studies described in the reviewed articles were then further systematically analyzed in order to identify the social or environmental problems addressed and the innovators involved. For the purpose of classifying the diverse types of problems, we used the globally known and broadly accepted 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs). Results showed that most SI case studies deal with an improvement of health and well-being. Furthermore, our study illustrates that there is a pronounced difference in the focus of SIs between developing and developed countries. Concerning the innovators, our results indicate that five types of innovators are fundamentally involved in developing and implementing SIs: social entrepreneurs, NGOs and non-profits, public institutions, civil society, firms, and social enterprises. Our definition analysis as well as the identification and classification of the innovators and addressed social needs bring much-needed clarity and structure to the field. However, our systematic review shows that SI is still in its infancy and it will be interesting to see where the field will head.

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    author = {Eichler, Georg Maximilian and Schwarz, Erich},
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    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Interest in social innovations (SIs) from both the academic and the policy side is growing. Nonetheless, we still know little about which sustainable development goals (SDGs) SIs already address. Furthermore, only little is known about who the innovators developing and implementing SIs are. In this paper, we aim to bring more clarity and structure to the field of SIs. Firstly, a systematic literature review was conducted, before a content analysis was used to analyze the definitions used with regard to similarities. Secondly, all case studies described in the reviewed articles were then further systematically analyzed in order to identify the social or environmental problems addressed and the innovators involved. For the purpose of classifying the diverse types of problems, we used the globally known and broadly accepted 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs). Results showed that most SI case studies deal with an improvement of health and well-being. Furthermore, our study illustrates that there is a pronounced difference in the focus of SIs between developing and developed countries. Concerning the innovators, our results indicate that five types of innovators are fundamentally involved in developing and implementing SIs: social entrepreneurs, NGOs and non-profits, public institutions, civil society, firms, and social enterprises. Our definition analysis as well as the identification and classification of the innovators and addressed social needs bring much-needed clarity and structure to the field. However, our systematic review shows that SI is still in its infancy and it will be interesting to see where the field will head.},
    doi = {10.3390/su11020522},
    volume = {11},
    number = {2},
    pages = {1--18},
    month = {1},
    url = {https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability},
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  • F. Rauch and G. Pfaffenwimmer, “The Austrian ECOLOG-schools programme: History, structure, lessons learned, and impact of a network,” Hungarian Educational Research Journal, vol. 9, iss. 4, p. 589–606, 2019. doi:10.1556/063.9.2019.4.51
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This paper describes networking foreducation for sustainable development within the Austrian ECOLOG-schools network.It discusses theoretical concepts of Education for Sustainable Development and schooldevelopment from an Austrian perspective, as well as networks in education ingeneral and the organisation of the ECOLOG-network in particular. Furthermore,the international ENSI (Environment and School Initiatives) network isdescribed as an influential stimulus for the development of ECOLOG. Based uponthese foundations, the concept and results of evaluation studies ofECOLOG-schools are described and reflected. The impact of ECOLOG on thedevelopments in Environmental Education/Education for Sustainable Development (EE/ESD)in Austria are described and reflected. The paper concludes with a summary ofthe evaluation process and with an outlook for the future development of thenetwork.

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    journal = {Hungarian Educational Research Journal},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {This paper describes networking foreducation for sustainable development within the Austrian ECOLOG-schools network.It discusses theoretical concepts of Education for Sustainable Development and schooldevelopment from an Austrian perspective, as well as networks in education ingeneral and the organisation of the ECOLOG-network in particular. Furthermore,the international ENSI (Environment and School Initiatives) network isdescribed as an influential stimulus for the development of ECOLOG. Based uponthese foundations, the concept and results of evaluation studies ofECOLOG-schools are described and reflected. The impact of ECOLOG on thedevelopments in Environmental Education/Education for Sustainable Development (EE/ESD)in Austria are described and reflected. The paper concludes with a summary ofthe evaluation process and with an outlook for the future development of thenetwork. },
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  • W. Krohn, A. Grunwald, and M. Ukowitz, “Transdisziplinäre Forschung kontrovers ‐ Antworten und Ausblicke,” GAIA – Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, vol. 1, iss. 28, p. 21–25, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    In GAIA hat sich im Anschluss an unseren Beitrag Transdisziplinäre Forschung revisited (Krohn et al. 2017) eine Debatte um transdisziplinäre Forschung (TDF) entfacht, für die wir sehr dankbar sind. Jürgen Mittelstraß (2018) hat unsere Konzeption von Transdisziplinarität kritisiert. Anschließend hat Christian Pohl (2018) verschiedene Positionen zur Frage nach einer Theorie der Transdisziplinarität dargelegt. Jochen Jaeger und Martin Scheringer (2018) argumentieren in ihrem Beitrag, warum sie ein Kernstück unserer Konzeption, die Beteiligung nichtwissenschaftlicher Akteure in der Projektarbeit, für nicht konstitutiv halten. Und schließlich erläutern Thomas Jahn et al. (2019) in diesem Heft ihre Perspektive auf Transdisziplinarität als „integrative Praxis“.

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    author = {Krohn, Wolfgang and Grunwald, Armin and Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{Transdisziplinäre Forschung kontrovers ‐ Antworten und Ausblicke}},
    journal = {GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {In GAIA hat sich im Anschluss an unseren Beitrag Transdisziplinäre Forschung revisited (Krohn et al. 2017) eine Debatte um transdisziplinäre Forschung (TDF) entfacht, für die wir sehr dankbar sind. Jürgen Mittelstraß (2018) hat unsere Konzeption von Transdisziplinarität kritisiert. Anschließend hat Christian Pohl (2018) verschiedene Positionen zur Frage nach einer Theorie der Transdisziplinarität dargelegt. Jochen Jaeger und Martin Scheringer (2018) argumentieren in ihrem Beitrag, warum sie ein Kernstück unserer Konzeption, die Beteiligung nichtwissenschaftlicher Akteure in der Projektarbeit, für nicht konstitutiv halten. Und schließlich erläutern Thomas Jahn et al. (2019) in diesem Heft ihre Perspektive auf Transdisziplinarität als „integrative Praxis“.},
    volume = {1},
    number = {28},
    pages = {21--25},
    }

  • H. K. Peterlini, “Über den Abgrund der Dichotomie. Pädagogische Dilemmata und Perspektiven für einen neuen Umgang mit Natur und Erde,” in Io corpo – Io racconto – Io emozione, L. Dozza, Ed., Bergamo: Zeroseiup, 2019, p. 31–43.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Der Beitrag lotet, ausgehend von anthropologischen Fragestellungen und aktuellen Herausforderungen, die Potenziale und Schwierigkeiten pädagogischen Denkens und Handelns in Bezug auf Umweltbildung, Umwelterziehung sowie Erziehung zu zwischenmenschlichem und sozialem Frieden aus. Als Grundproblematik wird die Empathie-hemmende dichotome Teilung zwischen Mensch und Natur/Tier sowie gegenüber abgewerteten Gruppen von Menschen diskutiert. Pädagogik könnte hier die Aufgabe haben, Empathie zu fördern, um teilende dichotome Konstrukte überwinden zu helfen.

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    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Der Beitrag lotet, ausgehend von anthropologischen Fragestellungen und aktuellen Herausforderungen, die Potenziale und Schwierigkeiten pädagogischen Denkens und Handelns in Bezug auf Umweltbildung, Umwelterziehung sowie Erziehung zu zwischenmenschlichem und sozialem Frieden aus. Als Grundproblematik wird die Empathie-hemmende dichotome Teilung zwischen Mensch und Natur/Tier sowie gegenüber abgewerteten Gruppen von Menschen diskutiert. Pädagogik könnte hier die Aufgabe haben, Empathie zu fördern, um teilende dichotome Konstrukte überwinden zu helfen.},
    editor = {Liliana Dozza},
    series = {Educazione Terra Natura},
    pages = {31--43},
    address = {Bergamo},
    isbn = {978-88-99338-51-0},
    url = {http://zeroseiup.eu/prodotto/io-corpo-io-racconto-io-emozione/},
    }

  • C. Paul-Horn, M. Jungmeier, C. Pichler-Koban, and D. Zollner, “”Was bleibt?” Partizipationsprozesse in Biosphärenparks – ein Forschungsprojekt in der Nachschau ,” in Interventionsforschung, K. L. and L. R.E., Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2019, vol. Band 3, p. 137–147.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c66fd617e1016fd7a350850329,
    author = {Paul-Horn, Carina and Jungmeier, Michael and Pichler-Koban, Christina and Zollner, Daniel},
    title = {{"Was bleibt?" Partizipationsprozesse in Biosphärenparks - ein Forschungsprojekt in der Nachschau }},
    booktitle = {Interventionsforschung},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Krainer L. and Lerchster R.E.},
    volume = {Band 3},
    series = {Interventionsforschung III},
    pages = {137--147},
    address = {Wiesbaden},
    month = {1},
    isbn = {978-3-658-22047-1},
    }

  • S. C. Egger, “Wem gehört die Stadt? ,” in Raumbilder – Raumklänge, K. Bauer and A. Graf, Eds., Münster: Waxmann Verlag GmbH, 2019, p. 75–84.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76d439c8b016d495f1ec10227,
    author = {Egger, Simone Caroline},
    title = {{Wem gehört die Stadt? }},
    booktitle = {Raumbilder - Raumklänge},
    publisher = {Waxmann Verlag GmbH},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Katrin Bauer and Andrea Graf},
    pages = {75--84},
    address = {Münster},
    isbn = {978-3-8309-3904-7},
    url = {https://www.waxmann.com/waxmann-buecher/?no\_cache=1\&tx\_p2waxmann\_pi2\%5Bbuch\%5D=BUC126034\&tx\_p2waxmann\_pi2\%5Baction\%5D=show\&tx\_p2waxmann\_pi2\%5Bcontroller\%5D=Buch\&cHash=009f950a28a6b26e301b21ab4557d89b},
    }

  • F. Rauch, A. Frantz-Pittner, and S. Grabner, “”Who wants to retain excellence needs continuous transformation”: The Journey of a Science Education Centre in Austria,” ARISE – Action Research and Innovation in Science Education, 2019. doi:10.12973/arise/110115
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Educational Action Research is not only an effective instrument for the development of teaching and the acquisition of educational knowledge, but also serves as a guiding philosophy for educational institutions in their continuous process of identity development and self-reflection. The example of an Austrian Science Education Centre shows in which dimensions this can be effective and gives an impression of how the idea of a continuous iterative development process can be shaped in practice.

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    journal = {ARISE - Action Research and Innovation in Science Education},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Educational Action Research is not only an effective instrument for the development of teaching and the acquisition of educational knowledge, but also serves as a guiding philosophy for educational institutions in their continuous process of identity development and self-reflection. The example of an Austrian Science Education Centre shows in which dimensions this can be effective and gives an impression of how the idea of a continuous iterative development process can be shaped in practice.},
    doi = {10.12973/arise/110115},
    url = {http://www.arisejournal.com/},
    }

  • D. Globocnik, R. Rauter, and R. J. Baumgartner, “Synergy or Conflict? The Relationships among Organizational Culture, Sustainability-related Innovation Performance, and Economic Innovation Performance,” International Journal of Innovation Management, p. 1–40, 2019. doi:10.1142/S1363919620500048
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Despite the growing pressure to become more sustainable and the availability of managerial practices, organisations still struggle with being innovative without neglecting sustainability concerns. This paper approaches this issue from two perspectives: First, the organisations’ cultural DNA is assumed to explain differences in the sustainability-related innovation performance of firms. Drawing on the competing values framework, this research examines whether certain cultural types predispose some organisations to perform better. Second, the skepticism among managers about the economic benefits of sustainability-related innovation holds organisations back to consider sustainability concern in their innovation activities. Thus, the relationship between sustainability-related innovation performance and economic innovation performance is investigated to clarify whether they represent conflicting goals. Using multiple-respondent data of a cross-sectional firm sample and a comprehensive measure of sustainability-related innovation performance, the empirical data show that clan cultures have a negative influence on sustainability-related innovation performance, whereas hierarchy and adhocracy cultures exert positive effects. Furthermore, sustainability-related innovation performance has a moderately positive effect on economic innovation performance.

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    journal = {International Journal of Innovation Management},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Despite the growing pressure to become more sustainable and the availability of managerial practices, organisations still struggle with being innovative without neglecting sustainability concerns. This paper approaches this issue from two perspectives: First, the organisations’ cultural DNA is assumed to explain differences in the sustainability-related innovation performance of firms. Drawing on the competing values framework, this research examines whether certain cultural types predispose some organisations to perform better. Second, the skepticism among managers about the economic benefits of sustainability-related innovation holds organisations back to consider sustainability concern in their innovation activities. Thus, the relationship between sustainability-related innovation performance and economic innovation performance is investigated to clarify whether they represent conflicting goals. Using multiple-respondent data of a cross-sectional firm sample and a comprehensive measure of sustainability-related innovation performance, the empirical data show that clan cultures have a negative influence on sustainability-related innovation performance, whereas hierarchy and adhocracy cultures exert positive effects. Furthermore, sustainability-related innovation performance has a moderately positive effect on economic innovation performance.},
    doi = {10.1142/S1363919620500048},
    pages = {1--40},
    month = {1},
    url = {https://www.worldscientific.com/worldscinet/ijim},
    }

  • S. Korac and A. Oppelmayer, “Reporting Value using Social Return on Investment Reports – An Overview and Analysis of Reports in Practice,” in Modernization and Accountability in the Social Economy Sector, A. Ferreira, R. Marques, G. Azevedo, H. Inacio, and C. Santos, Eds., Hershey (PA): IGI Global / IGI Publishing (IGIP), 2019, p. 151–175. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-8482-7
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c66ac10984016aca7582e500a7,
    author = {Korac, Sanja and Oppelmayer, Anna},
    title = {{Reporting Value using Social Return on Investment Reports – An Overview and Analysis of Reports in Practice}},
    booktitle = {Modernization and Accountability in the Social Economy Sector},
    publisher = {IGI Global / IGI Publishing (IGIP)},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.4018/978-1-5225-8482-7},
    editor = {Augusta Ferreira and Rui Marques and Graca Azevedo and Helena Inacio and Carlos Santos},
    pages = {151--175},
    address = {Hershey (PA)},
    month = {5},
    isbn = {9781522584827},
    }

  • J. Pilz, Z. Bo, Y. Fan, D. Zhang, and R. Zhang, “Application of unsupervised learning of finite mixture models in ASTER VNIR data-driven land use classification,” Journal of Spatial Science, p. 1–22, 2019. doi:10.1080/14498596.2019.1570478
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c76f3489d9016f3d51b87e001c,
    author = {Pilz, Jürgen and Bo, Zhao and Fan, Yang and Zhang, Dehui and Zhang, Rongzhen},
    title = {{Application of unsupervised learning of finite mixture models in ASTER VNIR data-driven land use classification}},
    journal = {Journal of Spatial Science},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1080/14498596.2019.1570478},
    pages = {1--22},
    month = {3},
    url = {https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14498596.2019.1570478},
    }

  • C. Barbera, M. Jones, S. Korac, I. Saliterer, and I. Steccolini, “Local government strategies in the face of shocks and crises. The role of anticipatory capacities and financial vulnerability,” International Review of Administrative Sciences, vol. 87, iss. 1, p. 154–170, 2019. doi:10.1177/0020852319842661
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c66ac10984016aca871bec0140,
    author = {Barbera, Carmela and Jones, Martin and Korac, Sanja and Saliterer, Iris and Steccolini, Ileana},
    title = {{Local government strategies in the face of shocks and crises. The role of anticipatory capacities and financial vulnerability}},
    journal = {International Review of Administrative Sciences},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1177/0020852319842661},
    volume = {87},
    number = {1},
    pages = {154--170},
    month = {6},
    }

  • F. Weder, U. Golob, K. Podnar, and D. Voci, “Re-imagining the sustainable consumer,” in CSR Communication Conference Proceedings, 2019, p. 70–74.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c66e028cbe016e1050441b0072,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Golob, Ursa and Podnar, Klement and Voci, Denise},
    title = {{Re-imagining the sustainable consumer}},
    booktitle = {CSR Communication Conference Proceedings},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Klement Podnar and Ursa Golob and Mette Morsing},
    volume = {5},
    series = {CSR COM Proceedings},
    pages = {70--74},
    month = {9},
    publisher = {University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Scienes},
    url = {http://csr-com.org/img/upload/final\_CSRCOMproceedings2019\_web.pdf},
    }

  • F. Weder, S. Lemke, and A. Tungarat, “(Re)Storying Sustainability,” Sustainability, vol. 11, iss. 19, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c66e028cbe016e10650d0700d2,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Lemke, Stella and Tungarat, Amornpan},
    title = {{(Re)Storying Sustainability}},
    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2019},
    volume = {11},
    number = {19},
    month = {9},
    url = {https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/11/19/5264/htm},
    }

  • G. Offermanns, E. Koldzic, and A. Schweiger, “Qualitätsentwicklung in der onkologischen Versorgung durch multiprofessionelle Teamarbeit am Beispiel von Tumorboards: ein Überblick,” Public Health Forum, vol. Vol. 27, iss. Issue 3, p. 205–207, 2019. doi:10.1515/pubhef-2019-0050
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In the field of tumor board research the quality development in the work of Tumorboards has not much attention in the German-speaking area yet, although they play a key role in the treatment of cancer. The outcome for Austrian and German patients is average in comparison to other European countries, in consequence there are potentials for improvement. This article shows an overview on the current state of the art with a view on the tumorboard topic and demonstrates chances to enhance performance in multidisciplinary teams.

    @article{0f4de0c66cfd3b44016d01c3fb2d01db,
    author = {Offermanns, Guido and Koldzic, Edin and Schweiger, Andrea},
    title = {{Qualitätsentwicklung in der onkologischen Versorgung durch multiprofessionelle Teamarbeit am Beispiel von Tumorboards: ein Überblick}},
    journal = {Public Health Forum },
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {In the field of tumor board research the quality development in the work of Tumorboards has not much attention in the German-speaking area yet, although they play a key role in the treatment of cancer. The outcome for Austrian and German patients is average in comparison to other European countries, in consequence there are potentials for improvement. This article shows an overview on the current state of the art with a view on the tumorboard topic and demonstrates chances to enhance performance in multidisciplinary teams.},
    doi = {10.1515/pubhef-2019-0050},
    volume = {Vol. 27},
    number = {Issue 3},
    pages = {205--207},
    month = {9},
    url = {https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/pubhef},
    }

  • A. Priessner and N. Hampl, “Can product bundling increase the joint adoption of electric vehicles, solar panels and battery storage? Explorative evidence from a choice-based conjoint study in Austria,” Ecological Economics, vol. 167, iss. 106381, 2019. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2019.106381
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c46f9b5e6a016f9e0f25bb0050,
    author = {Priessner, Alfons and Hampl, Nina},
    title = {{Can product bundling increase the joint adoption of electric vehicles, solar panels and battery storage? Explorative evidence from a choice-based conjoint study in Austria}},
    journal = {Ecological Economics},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ecolecon.2019.106381},
    volume = {167},
    number = {106381},
    month = {9},
    url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921800918311480?via\%3Dihub\#s0125},
    }

  • F. Weder and R. Hübner, “Was ist nachhaltig normal?,” ,Institut für Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft, Klagenfurt am Wörthersee 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Wir nutzen vermehrt Re-Furbished Handys, werfen aberdennoch in Österreich 2,9 Milliarden Plastikflaschen pro Jahr weg. Was sagt dasüber unseren Konsum aus? Und wie nachhaltig sind unsere Alltagspraktiken derzeit tatsächlich? Die präsentierte Studie setzt sich mit diesen Fragen auseinander und zeigt, dass bereits in vielen Konsumsituationen an Nachhaltigkeit gedacht wird, dass Güter bereits vermehrt nachhaltig genutzt (also länger bzw. geteilt) werden, es aber noch viel Potenzial nach oben und auch blinde Flecken gibt. Dies ergab eine repräsentative Umfrage in Österreich (n = 1000), komplementiertdurch 47 narrative Interviews, wofür der „storytelling approach“, ein innovativermethodischer Zugang, gewählt wurde (Weder et al., 2019; Pileggi & Morgan,2017; Atkinson, 1998). Das Erzählen einer auf Nachhaltigkeit bezogenenpersönlichen Geschichte, stimuliert durch so genannte „Story Cubes“ (Würfel mitPiktogrammen), ermöglichte in der Auswertung (mit QCAmap, Mayring, 2014) individuelle Assoziationen zum Thema nachhaltiger Konsum zu untersuchen,Themenfelder und Widersprüche der Nachhaltigkeit zu identifizieren und vorallem die „Moralisierung“ bestimmter Handlungsfelder zu bestimmen. Die Studie zeigt also sowohl auf einer quantifizierbaren als auch explorativen Ebene, dass Nachhaltigkeit als normativer Rahmen bei Konsumentscheidungen zunehmend eine Rolle spielt, allerdings (noch) keine einheitliche Vorstellungnachhaltigen Konsums vorliegt. Vielmehr haben sowohl Konsumentinnen als auchKonsumenten zunehmend innere Konflikte in Bezug auf die Qualität von Produkten,die Frage und Suche nach biologisch, ökologisch, fairen und lokal produzierten Produkten, Mobilitätspraktiken sowie auch viele Unsicherheiten in Bezug auf Recycling und Abfallentsorgung. Der Begriff Nachhaltigkeit ist inzwischen jedenfallsvielen Menschen geläufig, bringt aber offensichtlich Konsument*nnen eher in Dilemma-Situationen, was das Entstehen von an Nachhaltigkeit orientierten Konsumpraktiken nicht immer fördert.

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  • D. F. J. Campbell, “The Quality of Democracy in Austria in Comparative Perspective,” in Democracy in Austria, G. Bischof and D. M. Wineroither, Eds., UNO Press, 2019, vol. 28, p. 199–222.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In the analysis presented here, quality ofdemocracy should be compared mutually between all member countries to the OECDand all the member countries to the European Union (EU), thus leading to acountry-based comparison of democratic quality. Finally (and based on theinternational comparison), different propositions and recommendations for animprovement of quality of democracy reform in Austria are being developed andsuggested: by this, Austrian democracy qualifies as a case study for democracyenhancement.

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    abstract = {In the analysis presented here, quality ofdemocracy should be compared mutually between all member countries to the OECDand all the member countries to the European Union (EU), thus leading to acountry-based comparison of democratic quality. Finally (and based on theinternational comparison), different propositions and recommendations for animprovement of quality of democracy reform in Austria are being developed andsuggested: by this, Austrian democracy qualifies as a case study for democracyenhancement.},
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  • P. Gregori, M. Wdowiak, and E. Schwarz, “Developing Business Models in Sustainable Entrepreneurship: An Institutional Logics Perspective,” in Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings 2019, G. Atinc, Ed., Briarcliff Manor: Academy of Management, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Sustainable entrepreneurs are confronted with multiple institutional logics while they build their financially viable business and create social and environmental value. Utilizing and responding to institutional plurality is a key task for such entrepreneurs. Yet, current efforts lack knowledge on how sustainable entrepreneurs blend multiple logics to develop their venture. To address this, the article utilizes the institutional logics perspective in conjunction with the componential approach to business models. By analyzing a longitudinal in-depth case study of a sustainable entrepreneur, the article provides insights into how a shift of salience of logics induces a change process where the entrepreneur engages in reorientation according to the guiding principles of the newly salient logic. The entrepreneur changes his commitment, goals, and practices to meet the new demands and carry out the change. This, in turn, results in enhancement, compromise, or maintenance of business model functions. This article contributes to sustainable entrepreneurship and business modeling research in revealing the underlying mechanism of change processes under institutional plurality.

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    abstract = {Sustainable entrepreneurs are confronted with multiple institutional logics while they build their financially viable business and create social and environmental value. Utilizing and responding to institutional plurality is a key task for such entrepreneurs. Yet, current efforts lack knowledge on how sustainable entrepreneurs blend multiple logics to develop their venture. To address this, the article utilizes the institutional logics perspective in conjunction with the componential approach to business models. By analyzing a longitudinal in-depth case study of a sustainable entrepreneur, the article provides insights into how a shift of salience of logics induces a change process where the entrepreneur engages in reorientation according to the guiding principles of the newly salient logic. The entrepreneur changes his commitment, goals, and practices to meet the new demands and carry out the change. This, in turn, results in enhancement, compromise, or maintenance of business model functions. This article contributes to sustainable entrepreneurship and business modeling research in revealing the underlying mechanism of change processes under institutional plurality.},
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  • R. Rauter, D. Globocnik, and R. J. Baumgartner, “Organizational Control, Sustainability Innovation Performance and Economic Innovation Performance,” in Academy of Management Proceedings, Briarcliff Manor, 2019, p. 1–33. doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2019.13680abstract
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  • F. Khan, G. Spöck, and J. Pilz, “A novel Approach for Modelling Pattern and Spatial Dependence Structures between Climate Variables by Combining Mixture Models with Copula Models,” Int. Journal of Climatology, p. 1–19, 2019. doi:10.1002/joc.6255
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Spatio‐temporal dependence structures play a pivotal role in understanding the meteorological characteristics of a basin or sub‐basin. This further affects the hydrological conditions and, consequently, will provide misleading results if these structures are not taken into account properly. In this study we modeled the spatial dependence structure of three climate variables, maximum, minimum temperature and precipitation, throughout the Monsoon dominated zone of Pakistan. For temperature, six meteorological stations have been considered, for precipitation we used the results of four meteorological stations. For modelling the dependence structure between temperature and precipitation at multiple sites, we utilized C‐Vine, D‐Vine and student t‐copula models. For temperature, multivariate mixture normal distributions and for precipitation the gamma distribution have been used as marginals under the copula models. The models were calibrated by utilizing the twenty years daily data from 1981–2000, and for validation we used the data for ten year period from 2001–2010. The simulations were performed for each variable separately, conditioned on spatial neighbors. A comparison was made between the different copula models, on the basis of observational and simulated patterns and spatial dependence structures, the performance was evaluated for the validation period. The results show that all copula models performed well, however, there are subtle differences between them. The copula models captured the patterns and spatial dependence structures between climate variables, however, the t‐copula showed poor performance in reproducing the dependence structure with respect to magnitude. It was observed that important statistics of observed data have been closely approximated except a few maximum values for maximum temperature and minimum values for minimum temperature. Probability density functions of simulated data follow closely the pattern of observational data. These methods can be combined with statistical downscaling models to improve their performance, particularly in modeling the dependence structure between climate variables at multiple sites.

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    author = {Khan, Firdos and Spöck, Gunter and Pilz, Jürgen},
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    journal = {Int. Journal of Climatology},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Spatio‐temporal dependence structures play a pivotal role in understanding the meteorological characteristics of a basin or sub‐basin. This further affects the hydrological conditions and, consequently, will provide misleading results if these structures are not taken into account properly. In this study we modeled the spatial dependence structure of three climate variables, maximum, minimum temperature and precipitation, throughout the Monsoon dominated zone of Pakistan. For temperature, six meteorological stations have been considered, for precipitation we used the results of four meteorological stations. For modelling the dependence structure between temperature and precipitation at multiple sites, we utilized C‐Vine, D‐Vine and student t‐copula models. For temperature, multivariate mixture normal distributions and for precipitation the gamma distribution have been used as marginals under the copula models. The models were calibrated by utilizing the twenty years daily data from 1981–2000, and for validation we used the data for ten year period from 2001–2010. The simulations were performed for each variable separately, conditioned on spatial neighbors. A comparison was made between the different copula models, on the basis of observational and simulated patterns and spatial dependence structures, the performance was evaluated for the validation period. The results show that all copula models performed well, however, there are subtle differences between them. The copula models captured the patterns and spatial dependence structures between climate variables, however, the t‐copula showed poor performance in reproducing the dependence structure with respect to magnitude. It was observed that important statistics of observed data have been closely approximated except a few maximum values for maximum temperature and minimum values for minimum temperature. Probability density functions of simulated data follow closely the pattern of observational data. These methods can be combined with statistical downscaling models to improve their performance, particularly in modeling the dependence structure between climate variables at multiple sites.},
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    url = {https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/joc.6255},
    }

  • M. Menzel and J. Kammer, “Industry evolution in Varieties of Capitalism: ,” Industrial and Corporate Change, p. 1–23, 2019. doi:10.1093/icc/dtz022
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In this study, we combine Klepper’s framework on the evolution of industries with the Varieties of Capitalism approach to argue that industry evolution is mediated by institutional differences. We expect that new industries will evolve with a stronger connection to established industries in coordinated marked economies than in liberal market economies. Our assumptions are supported by a survival analysis of USA and Danish wind turbine manufacturers from 1974 to 2014. Yet, the emergence of a dominant design biases the results.

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    journal = {Industrial and Corporate Change},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {In this study, we combine Klepper’s framework on the evolution of industries with the Varieties of Capitalism approach to argue that industry evolution is mediated by institutional differences. We expect that new industries will evolve with a stronger connection to established industries in coordinated marked economies than in liberal market economies. Our assumptions are supported by a survival analysis of USA and Danish wind turbine manufacturers from 1974 to 2014. Yet, the emergence of a dominant design biases the results.},
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  • J. Schemmer, “Un incitamento alla rivolta – Plätze des Protests in Venedig. Kontroversen um den Ausverkauf der Stadt.,” Moderne Stadtgeschichte, iss. 1/2019, p. 77–88, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Der Artikel betrachtet ausgewählte Beispiele der Proteste im öffentlichen Stadtraum von Venedig.Das Beispiel der Lagunenstadt zeigt, wie urbane Topographie und Architektur die Kommunikationsprozesse der Bewohner gestalten, ihre Aneignung von politisch relevanten Orten beeinflussen oder die Akteure dazu bringen, aktiv neue Handlungsräume zu schaffen.https://difu.de/publikationen/moderne-stadtgeschichte-msg.html

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    author = {Schemmer, Janine},
    title = {{Un incitamento alla rivolta – Plätze des Protests in Venedig. Kontroversen um den Ausverkauf der Stadt.}},
    journal = {Moderne Stadtgeschichte},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Der Artikel betrachtet ausgewählte Beispiele der Proteste im öffentlichen Stadtraum von Venedig.Das Beispiel der Lagunenstadt zeigt, wie urbane Topographie und Architektur die Kommunikationsprozesse der Bewohner gestalten, ihre Aneignung von politisch relevanten Orten beeinflussen oder die Akteure dazu bringen, aktiv neue Handlungsräume zu schaffen.https://difu.de/publikationen/moderne-stadtgeschichte-msg.html},
    number = {1/2019},
    pages = {77--88},
    month = {7},
    }

  • I. Koinig, S. Diehl, and B. Mueller, “Replicating the CSR-Advertising-Effectiveness Model: Do Consumers’ Attitudes Towards Corporate Socially Responsible Behavior in the Pharmaceutical Industry Change Over Time? ,” in Proceedings of the International Conference of Research in Advertising 2019, Amsterdam, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c66c86a3d5016c8f55615f31a5,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra and Mueller, Barbara},
    title = {{Replicating the CSR-Advertising-Effectiveness Model: Do Consumers’ Attitudes Towards Corporate Socially Responsible Behavior in the Pharmaceutical Industry Change Over Time? }},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the International Conference of Research in Advertising 2019},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Martin Waiguny},
    address = {Amsterdam},
    month = {6},
    publisher = {European Advertising Academy (EAA)},
    url = {http://www.europeanadvertisingacademy.org/conference2019/},
    }

  • Š. Draganović and G. Offermanns, Development of a new instrument for the measurement of patient safety culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Draganović, Šehad and Offermanns, Guido},
    title = {Development of a new instrument for the measurement of patient safety culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {6},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://www.ehma2019.org/ehma-2019-annual-conference},
    }

  • N. Hampl, W. H. Hoffmann, R. G. Sposato, G. Marterbauer, A. Nowshad, G. Senk, and A. Salmhofer, Erneuerbare Energien in Österreich 2018, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c46fa04cf7016fa2f3c46b0002,
    author = {Hampl, Nina and Hoffmann, Werner H. and Sposato, Robert Gennaro and Marterbauer, Gerhard and Nowshad, Armin and Senk, Gudrun and Salmhofer, Astrid},
    title = {Erneuerbare Energien in Österreich 2018},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {3},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://www2.deloitte.com/at/de/seiten/energy-and-resources/artikel/erneuerbare-energien-in-oesterreich.html},
    }

  • G. Offermanns, Š. Draganović, and J. Brandl, Patient Safety Culture in Austrian Hospitals: Implementation Processes and Problem-Oriented Perspectives – A Qualitative Study, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c76c000617016c0043b4df008d,
    author = {Offermanns, Guido and Draganović, Šehad and Brandl, Julio},
    title = {Patient Safety Culture in Austrian Hospitals: Implementation Processes and Problem-Oriented Perspectives – A Qualitative Study},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {6},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://www.ehma2019.org/ehma-2019-annual-conference},
    }

  • J. Pilz, U. Haque, and P. da Silva, “The human cost of global warming: Deadly landslides and their triggers (1995–2014),” Science of the Total Environment, vol. 682, p. 673–684, 2019. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.03.415
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    • This study identifies deadly landslides in 128 countries and it encompasses their role, for a 20 years period.• It is considered representative for establishing a relationship between landslides and their meteorological triggers.• A hot spot analysis for the daily record of landslide locations was performed.• A percentile-based approach was used to evaluate the trend of extreme rainfall events for each occurrence.• For 20 years, 3876 landslides caused a total of 163,658 deaths and 11,689 injuries globally.• A significant global rise in the number of deadly landslides and hotspots across the studied period was observed.• This study confirmed more than half of the events were in areas exposed to the risk of extreme rainfall.

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    author = {Pilz, Jürgen and Haque, Ubydul and da Silva, Paula},
    title = {{The human cost of global warming: Deadly landslides and their triggers (1995–2014)}},
    journal = {Science of the Total Environment },
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {• This study identifies deadly landslides in 128 countries and it encompasses their role, for a 20 years period.• It is considered representative for establishing a relationship between landslides and their meteorological triggers.• A hot spot analysis for the daily record of landslide locations was performed.• A percentile-based approach was used to evaluate the trend of extreme rainfall events for each occurrence.• For 20 years, 3876 landslides caused a total of 163,658 deaths and 11,689 injuries globally.• A significant global rise in the number of deadly landslides and hotspots across the studied period was observed.• This study confirmed more than half of the events were in areas exposed to the risk of extreme rainfall.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.03.415},
    volume = {682},
    pages = {673--684},
    month = {5},
    }

  • G. Offermanns, Š. Draganović, and J. Brandl, Patient Safety Culture in Austrian Hospitals: Implementation Processes and Problem – Oriented Perspectives – A Qualitative Study, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Adverse events in the healthcare system often have severe consequences for the patient and healthcare institutions (Vincent & Amalberti,2016). Thus, various risk management tools, such as critical incident reporting systems (CIRS) or operation checklists, have been recently introduced to 11 Austrian hospitals to increase patient safety. However, our study shows that these instruments were not everywhere equally effective. The effective implementation of these tools requires change management in the background to develop a lively patient safety culture.

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    abstract = {Adverse events in the healthcare system often have severe consequences for the patient and healthcare institutions (Vincent \& Amalberti,2016). Thus, various risk management tools, such as critical incident reporting systems (CIRS) or operation checklists, have been recently introduced to 11 Austrian hospitals to increase patient safety. However, our study shows that these instruments were not everywhere equally effective. The effective implementation of these tools requires change management in the background to develop a lively patient safety culture.},
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  • I. Saliterer, S. Korac, B. Moser, and P. Rondo-Brovetto, “How politicians use performance information in a budgetary context – new insights from the central government level – new insights from budgeting at the central government level,” Public Administration, vol. 97, iss. 4, p. 829–844, 2019. doi:10.1111/padm.12604
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Saliterer, Iris and Korac, Sanja and Moser, Birgit and Rondo-Brovetto, Paolo},
    title = {{How politicians use performance information in a budgetary context – new insights from the central government level – new insights from budgeting at the central government level}},
    journal = {Public Administration},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1111/padm.12604},
    volume = {97},
    number = {4},
    pages = {829--844},
    month = {5},
    }

  • J. Janger, D. F. J. Campbell, and A. Strauss, “Attractiveness of Jobs in Academia,” Higher Education, vol. 78, iss. 6, p. 991–1010, 2019. doi:10.1007/s10734-019-00383-7
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Asymmetric international mobility of highly talented scientists is well documented. We contribute to the explanation of this phenomenon, looking at the “competitiveness” of research universities in terms of being able to attract talented early stage researchers. We propose a new hybrid quantitative-qualitative methodology for comparing the top tier of national higher education systems: We characterise a country’s capability to offer attractive entry positions into academic careers building upon the results of a large scale experiment on the determinants of job choice in academia, using a mix of data and expert-based assessment. We examine salary level, quality of life, career perspectives, research organisation, balance between teaching and research, funding and the probability of working with high quality peers. Our results in the form of a job attractiveness index indicate that overall, the US research universities offer the most attractive jobs for early stage researchers, consistent with the asymmetric flow of talented scientists to the US. By comparison with rankings that use survey results or bibliometric data, our methodology offers the advantage of comparing structures and factors shaping the process of research rather than results of research. The findings are hence directly relevant for policies aiming at improving the attractiveness of research universities.

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    journal = {Higher Education},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Asymmetric international mobility of highly talented scientists is well documented. We contribute to the explanation of this phenomenon, looking at the “competitiveness” of research universities in terms of being able to attract talented early stage researchers. We propose a new hybrid quantitative-qualitative methodology for comparing the top tier of national higher education systems: We characterise a country’s capability to offer attractive entry positions into academic careers building upon the results of a large scale experiment on the determinants of job choice in academia, using a mix of data and expert-based assessment. We examine salary level, quality of life, career perspectives, research organisation, balance between teaching and research, funding and the probability of working with high quality peers. Our results in the form of a job attractiveness index indicate that overall, the US research universities offer the most attractive jobs for early stage researchers, consistent with the asymmetric flow of talented scientists to the US. By comparison with rankings that use survey results or bibliometric data, our methodology offers the advantage of comparing structures and factors shaping the process of research rather than results of research. The findings are hence directly relevant for policies aiming at improving the attractiveness of research universities.},
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    number = {6},
    pages = {991--1010},
    month = {5},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007\%2Fs10734-019-00383-7},
    }

  • D. Barben, Climate Engineering und unsere Klimaziele – eine überfällige Debatte, 2019.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c7853cf59b01853e18d9710025,
    author = {Barben, Daniel},
    title = {Climate Engineering und unsere Klimaziele – eine überfällige Debatte},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {5},
    year = {2019},
    url = {https://www.spp-climate-engineering.de/files/ce-projekt/media/download\_PDFs/climateengineering\_spp1689\_brosch.pdf},
    }

  • S. Korac, I. Saliterer, M. Sicilia, and I. Steccolini, “Contrasting and Explaining Purposeful and Legitimizing Uses of Performance Information: A Mayor’s perspective.,” Public Management Review, vol. 22, iss. 4, p. 553–577, 2019. doi:10.1080/14719037.2019.1599059
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c66ac10984016aca92eb120187,
    author = {Korac, Sanja and Saliterer, Iris and Sicilia, Mariafrancesca and Steccolini, Ileana},
    title = {{Contrasting and Explaining Purposeful and Legitimizing Uses of Performance Information: A Mayor’s perspective.}},
    journal = {Public Management Review},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1080/14719037.2019.1599059},
    volume = {22},
    number = {4},
    pages = {553--577},
    month = {5},
    }

  • P. Gregori, M. Wdowiak, E. Schwarz, and P. Holzmann, “Exploring Value Creation in Sustainable Entrepreneurship: Insights from the Institutional Logics Perspective and the Business Model Lens ,” Sustainability, vol. 11, iss. 9, p. 1–26, 2019. doi:10.3390/su11092505
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Sustainable entrepreneurs intend to create environmental and social value while they build their financially viable business. With this in mind, they are embedded in multiple institutionalized value systems (i.e., institutional logics) that provide them with different, often contradictory values, beliefs, and guiding principles. Adhering to these value systems and integrating multiple forms of value into a coherent business model is a key task for sustainable entrepreneurs, yet current efforts lack insight into how this can be achieved. To address this, the article utilizes the institutional logic perspective in conjunction with the componential approach to business models. By analyzing a longitudinal in-depth case study, this article develops a novel theoretical model linking shifts in the entrepreneur’s perception of institutional logic to business model alterations, and emphasizes the underlying mechanisms and behavior of the sustainable entrepreneur. Sustainable entrepreneurs integrate and blend institutional logic through multiple business model transitions, which are characterized by a personal reorientation of the entrepreneur and new practices to implement change. Furthermore, our findings show that the entrepreneur’s habitus, the pre-change business model, and the change-specific dominant logic are integral and previously overlooked concepts that contextualize their business model transition. The findings and discussion advance the theoretical and practical understanding of the processes through which sustainable entrepreneurs integrate multiple forms of value into their business models. With that, the article contributes to research on sustainable entrepreneurship, institutional logic and business models.

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    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2019},
    abstract = {Sustainable entrepreneurs intend to create environmental and social value while they build their financially viable business. With this in mind, they are embedded in multiple institutionalized value systems (i.e., institutional logics) that provide them with different, often contradictory values, beliefs, and guiding principles. Adhering to these value systems and integrating multiple forms of value into a coherent business model is a key task for sustainable entrepreneurs, yet current efforts lack insight into how this can be achieved. To address this, the article utilizes the institutional logic perspective in conjunction with the componential approach to business models. By analyzing a longitudinal in-depth case study, this article develops a novel theoretical model linking shifts in the entrepreneur’s perception of institutional logic to business model alterations, and emphasizes the underlying mechanisms and behavior of the sustainable entrepreneur. Sustainable entrepreneurs integrate and blend institutional logic through multiple business model transitions, which are characterized by a personal reorientation of the entrepreneur and new practices to implement change. Furthermore, our findings show that the entrepreneur’s habitus, the pre-change business model, and the change-specific dominant logic are integral and previously overlooked concepts that contextualize their business model transition. The findings and discussion advance the theoretical and practical understanding of the processes through which sustainable entrepreneurs integrate multiple forms of value into their business models. With that, the article contributes to research on sustainable entrepreneurship, institutional logic and business models.},
    doi = {10.3390/su11092505},
    volume = {11},
    number = {9},
    pages = {1--26},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability},
    }

  • J. Pilz and F. Khan, “Statistical Methodology for Evaluating Process-Based Climate Models,” in Climate Change and Global Warming, A. Amini, Ed., London: IntechOpen, 2019, p. 43–61. doi:10.5772/intechopen.80984
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c66f2376e6016f3294d123034a,
    author = {Pilz, Jürgen and Khan, Firdos},
    title = {{Statistical Methodology for Evaluating Process-Based Climate Models}},
    booktitle = {Climate Change and Global Warming},
    publisher = {IntechOpen},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.5772/intechopen.80984},
    editor = {Ata Amini},
    pages = {43--61},
    address = {London},
    month = {4},
    isbn = {978-1-78985-814-3},
    url = {http://mts.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/statistical-methodology-for-evaluating-process-based-climate-models},
    }

  • S. C. Egger, “Dwelling in postmodern Cities ,” in The vulnerable Middle Class?, S. C. Egger and J. Moser, Eds., München: Herbert Utz Verlag GmbH, 2019, vol. 29, p. 9–27.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76d439c8b016d4957c96e020a,
    author = {Egger, Simone Caroline},
    title = {{Dwelling in postmodern Cities }},
    booktitle = {The vulnerable Middle Class? },
    publisher = {Herbert Utz Verlag GmbH},
    year = {2019},
    editor = {Simone Caroline Egger and Johannes Moser},
    volume = {29},
    series = {Münchner Ethnographische Schriften},
    pages = {9--27},
    address = {München},
    month = {4},
    isbn = {978-3-8316-4755-2},
    url = {https://www.utzverlag.de/catalog/book/44755},
    }

  • S. C. Egger and J. Moser, The vulnerable Middle Class? , Herbert Utz Verlag GmbH, 2019, vol. 29.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This volume addresses the question of how the rapidly rising cost of living in prospering cities affects the everyday life and life plans of the middle class. Particularly the depths of focus of a cultural anthropological, ethnographic view of the lived everyday life of people thus facilitates insight and understanding which is missing in certain macro perspectives in the economics and social sciences. Therefore, in the following contributions which are based on examples from Germany and Sweden, colleagues will discuss the question of how members of the middle class deal with residing and living in today’s postmodern cities, which tactics they develop and which strategies become apparent before the background of the processes sketched above. The seven papers originate from the panel “The vulnerable Middle Class? Strategies of housing in a prospering city” which was organized by the two editors at the 13th congress of the Societé Internationale d’Ethnologie et de Folklore 2017 in Göttingen, titled “Ways of Dwelling. Crisis – Craft – Creativity“.

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    year = {2019},
    abstract = {This volume addresses the question of how the rapidly rising cost of living in prospering cities affects the everyday life and life plans of the middle class. Particularly the depths of focus of a cultural anthropological, ethnographic view of the lived everyday life of people thus facilitates insight and understanding which is missing in certain macro perspectives in the economics and social sciences. Therefore, in the following contributions which are based on examples from Germany and Sweden, colleagues will discuss the question of how members of the middle class deal with residing and living in today’s postmodern cities, which tactics they develop and which strategies become apparent before the background of the processes sketched above. The seven papers originate from the panel “The vulnerable Middle Class? Strategies of housing in a prospering city” which was organized by the two editors at the 13th congress of the Societé Internationale d’Ethnologie et de Folklore 2017 in Göttingen, titled “Ways of Dwelling. Crisis – Craft – Creativity“.},
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  • F. Weder, T. Eberwein, and S. Einwiller, “Heading for New Shores,” Corporate Communications, vol. 24, iss. 2, p. 198–211, 2019. doi:10.1108/CCIJ-02-2019-0020
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c66e028cbe016e10699efe00eb,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Eberwein, Tobias and Einwiller, Sabine},
    title = {{Heading for New Shores}},
    journal = {Corporate Communications},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1108/CCIJ-02-2019-0020},
    volume = {24},
    number = {2},
    pages = {198--211},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/CCIJ-02-2019-0020/full/html},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Why We Care about (Non)fictional Places: Empathy, Character, and Narrative Environment,” Poetics Today, vol. 40, iss. 3, p. 559–577, 2019. doi:10.1215/03335372-7558150
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c66e2275e4016e2932f5b3017a,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Why We Care about (Non)fictional Places: Empathy, Character, and Narrative Environment}},
    journal = {Poetics Today},
    year = {2019},
    doi = {10.1215/03335372-7558150},
    volume = {40},
    number = {3},
    pages = {559--577},
    }

2018

  • P. Decker, D. F. J. Campbell, and J. Braunstein, “Interdisciplinarity as a Source of Relevance for Political Science,” Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, vol. 47, iss. 3, p. 19–32, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This article seeks toshed light on the critical role of interdisciplinary qualities for the societalrelevance of Political Science. It traces the historical development ofAustrian Political Science embedded in the larger international context and byconsidering the cases of the United States, France, Germany and Italy. Itserves as a means to demonstrate the close linkage between interdisciplinarityin Political Science and its professional, political and civic relevance. Byaddressing the question of Political Science’s societal relevance from ahistorical and cross-national perspective, it prepares the ground for consecutivestudies that conduct in-debt comparative analysis.

    @article{0f4de0c76fcde7f5016fd3396b2506e8,
    author = {Decker, Philipp and Campbell, David F.J. and Braunstein, Jürgen},
    title = {{Interdisciplinarity as a Source of Relevance for Political Science}},
    journal = {Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {This article seeks toshed light on the critical role of interdisciplinary qualities for the societalrelevance of Political Science. It traces the historical development ofAustrian Political Science embedded in the larger international context and byconsidering the cases of the United States, France, Germany and Italy. Itserves as a means to demonstrate the close linkage between interdisciplinarityin Political Science and its professional, political and civic relevance. Byaddressing the question of Political Science’s societal relevance from ahistorical and cross-national perspective, it prepares the ground for consecutivestudies that conduct in-debt comparative analysis.},
    volume = {47},
    number = {3},
    pages = {19--32},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://webapp.uibk.ac.at/ojs/index.php/OEZP/article/view/2749/2204},
    }

  • R. Hübner, ART oder artgerecht?, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    https://www.kulturchannel.at/fileadmin/user_upload/magazines/bruecke_nr10-v5_dezjan1819_full.pdf

    @misc{0f4de0c76d439c8b016d49c9768002e3,
    abstract = {https://www.kulturchannel.at/fileadmin/user\_upload/magazines/bruecke\_nr10-v5\_dezjan1819\_full.pdf},
    author = {Hübner, Renate},
    title = {ART oder artgerecht?},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {12},
    year = {2018},
    }

  • F. Weder, I. Koinig, and D. Voci, “Antagonistic framing of sustainability by energy suppliers: Dissecting corporate CSR messages in a cross-cultural comparison,” Corporate Communications, vol. 24, iss. 2, p. 368–390, 2018. doi:10.1108/CCIJ-01-2018-0014
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c66b642bb3016b6485789700e9,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Koinig, Isabell and Voci, Denise},
    title = {{Antagonistic framing of sustainability by energy suppliers: Dissecting corporate CSR messages in a cross-cultural comparison}},
    journal = {Corporate Communications},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1108/CCIJ-01-2018-0014},
    volume = {24},
    number = {2},
    pages = {368--390},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/CCIJ-01-2018-0014},
    }

  • V. Kucher and M. Rulofs, “Gemeinsam eingerichtetes Lehramtsstudium in Österreich,” HLZ – Herausforderungen Lehrer_innenbildung Zeitschrift, vol. 1, p. 147–157, 2018. doi:10.4119/UNIBI/hlz-92
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Der vorliegende Artikel handelt von einem Novum in der österreichischen Lehrer_innenbildung – bekannt als PädagogInnenbildung Neu –, das die Bildungslandschaft maßgeblich verändert hat.Im Beitrag werden die Anfänge dieser Neugestaltung, die aus der Kritik am vormaligen System resultieren, diskutiert.

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    author = {Kucher, Vesna and Rulofs, Martina},
    title = {{Gemeinsam eingerichtetes Lehramtsstudium in Österreich}},
    journal = {HLZ - Herausforderungen Lehrer\_innenbildung Zeitschrift},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {Der vorliegende Artikel handelt von einem Novum in der österreichischen Lehrer\_innenbildung – bekannt als PädagogInnenbildung Neu –, das die Bildungslandschaft maßgeblich verändert hat.Im Beitrag werden die Anfänge dieser Neugestaltung, die aus der Kritik am vormaligen System resultieren, diskutiert.},
    doi = {10.4119/UNIBI/hlz-92},
    volume = {1},
    pages = {147--157},
    month = {12},
    url = {http://www.herausforderung-lehrerinnenbildung.de/index.php/hlz/article/view/92},
    }

  • R. E. Lerchster, Regionalmanagement: Hexenkunst, Magie oder gekonnter Seiltanz zwischen hohen Erwartungen und zahlreichen Spannungsfeldern?, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c9685622d901685b6134680bb8,
    author = {Lerchster, Ruth Erika},
    title = {Regionalmanagement: Hexenkunst, Magie oder gekonnter Seiltanz zwischen hohen Erwartungen und zahlreichen Spannungsfeldern?},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {12},
    year = {2018},
    }

  • L. Ferry, I. Saliterer, I. Steccolini, and B. Tucker, “A Global View of the Research-Practice Gap in a Public Sector Context,” in The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services, New York (NY): Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, p. 33–113. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76875f8db01687a5821f20d5f,
    author = {Ferry, Laurence and Saliterer, Iris and Steccolini, Ileana and Tucker, Basil},
    title = {{A Global View of the Research-Practice Gap in a Public Sector Context}},
    booktitle = {The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1},
    pages = {33--113},
    address = {New York (NY)},
    month = {11},
    isbn = {978-3-319-99431-4},
    }

  • S. Korac, “Austrian Perspectives on the Research-Practice Gap,” in The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services, New York (NY): Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, p. 33–113. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76875f8db016876f5142d01dd,
    author = {Korac, Sanja},
    title = {{Austrian Perspectives on the Research-Practice Gap}},
    booktitle = {The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1},
    series = {Public Sector Financial Management},
    pages = {33--113},
    address = {New York (NY)},
    month = {11},
    isbn = {978-3-319-99431-4},
    }

  • L. Ferry, I. Saliterer, I. Steccolini, and B. Tucker, “Closing Reflections,” in The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services, New York (NY): Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, p. 129–134. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76875f8db01687a69abc20de1,
    author = {Ferry, Laurence and Saliterer, Iris and Steccolini, Ileana and Tucker, Basil},
    title = {{Closing Reflections}},
    booktitle = {The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1},
    pages = {129--134},
    address = {New York (NY)},
    month = {11},
    isbn = {978-3-319-99431-4},
    }

  • L. Ferry, I. Saliterer, I. Steccolini, and B. Tucker, “Concerns About the Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in Public Services,” in The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services, New York (NY): Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, p. 1–8. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76875f8db01687a5c71ff0d82,
    author = {Ferry, Laurence and Saliterer, Iris and Steccolini, Ileana and Tucker, Basil},
    title = {{Concerns About the Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in Public Services}},
    booktitle = {The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1},
    pages = {1--8},
    address = {New York (NY)},
    month = {11},
    isbn = {978-3-319-99431-4},
    }

  • L. Ferry, I. Saliterer, I. Steccolini, and B. Tucker, The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1
    [BibTeX]
    @book{0f4de0c76875f8db016876e9fecd019f,
    author = {Ferry, Laurence and Saliterer, Iris and Steccolini, Ileana and Tucker, Basil},
    title = {{The Research-Practice Gap on Accounting in the Public Services}},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-99432-1},
    month = {11},
    isbn = {978-3-319-99431-4},
    }

  • M. Wdowiak, P. Gregori, E. Schwarz, and R. Breitenecker, “Exploitation of Green Business Opportunities: The Role of Cultural and Symbolic Capital,” in RENT XXXII Conference Proceedings, Turku: European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 2018, p. 1–15.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Ecopreneurs play a vital role in the creation of a more sustainable economy. Yet, we know little of how ecopreneurs mobilize and utilize their entrepreneurial capital to simultaneously create economic and ecological value. In our study, we use Bourdieu’s approach to capital to explore the role of cultural and symbolic capital in ecopreneuerial action. We adopt a qualitative approach with a multiple case study design. The selected sample consists of four ecopreneurs being laureates of green start-up competitions in Austria, acting in the food and waste management industry. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews. For data analysis, we employed a narrative approach. Both forms of capital, cultural and symbolic, play an important role in ecopreneuerial action. Within the former, its embodied (e.g. environmental values, experience in social and ecological projects) and objectified (e.g. bio-based products developed) forms are essential to transforming an ecological idea into business. Within the latter, multiple media coverage, awards, and organic certificates constitute the core actions to gain customers’ awareness and build reputation. Cultural capital is primarily converted into symbolic capital such as prizes and organic certificates. Symbolic capital, in turn, appears to be a core catalyzer for social capital and consequently economic capital. We contribute to the field of ecopreneurship by revealing the nature and mechanisms of capital mobilization by exploring green business opportunities.

    @incollection{0f4de0c76708b37b01670c93885500f3,
    author = {Wdowiak, Malgorzata and Gregori, Patrick and Schwarz, Erich and Breitenecker, Robert},
    title = {{Exploitation of Green Business Opportunities: The Role of Cultural and Symbolic Capital}},
    booktitle = {RENT XXXII Conference Proceedings},
    publisher = {European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {Ecopreneurs play a vital role in the creation of a more sustainable economy. Yet, we know little of how ecopreneurs mobilize and utilize their entrepreneurial capital to simultaneously create economic and ecological value. In our study, we use Bourdieu’s approach to capital to explore the role of cultural and symbolic capital in ecopreneuerial action. We adopt a qualitative approach with a multiple case study design. The selected sample consists of four ecopreneurs being laureates of green start-up competitions in Austria, acting in the food and waste management industry. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews. For data analysis, we employed a narrative approach. Both forms of capital, cultural and symbolic, play an important role in ecopreneuerial action. Within the former, its embodied (e.g. environmental values, experience in social and ecological projects) and objectified (e.g. bio-based products developed) forms are essential to transforming an ecological idea into business. Within the latter, multiple media coverage, awards, and organic certificates constitute the core actions to gain customers’ awareness and build reputation. Cultural capital is primarily converted into symbolic capital such as prizes and organic certificates. Symbolic capital, in turn, appears to be a core catalyzer for social capital and consequently economic capital. We contribute to the field of ecopreneurship by revealing the nature and mechanisms of capital mobilization by exploring green business opportunities.},
    pages = {1--15},
    address = {Turku},
    month = {11},
    url = {http://www.rent-research.org/conference-final-papers-2018},
    }

  • P. Gregori, M. Wdowiak, and E. Schwarz, “Sustainable Entrepreneurs Shaping Their Business Models under Institutional Plurality,” in RENT XXXII Conference Proceedings, Turku: European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 2018, p. 1–21.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Sustainable entrepreneurs are confronted with multiple institutional logics while they build their financially viable business and create social and environmental value. Utilizing and responding to institutional plurality is a key task for such entrepreneurs. Yet, current efforts lack knowledge on how sustainable entrepreneurs blend multiple logics to shape their business models. To address this, the article utilizes the institutional logics perspective in conjunction with the componential approach to business models. By analyzing a longitudinal in-depth case study of a sustainable entrepreneur, the article provides insights into how a shift of salience of logics induces a change process where the entrepreneur engages in reorientation according to the guiding principles of the newly salient logic. The entrepreneur changes his commitment, goals, and practices to meet the new demands, to carry out the change and to integrate the newly salient logic into the business model. This, in turn, results in enhancement, compromise, or maintenance of business model functions. This article contributes to sustainable entrepreneurship and business modeling research in revealing the underlying mechanism of change processes under institutional plurality. In addition, it has practical implications including ways for entrepreneurs to engage such change processes and rethinking the supportive roles of incubators and grant systems in business modeling under institutional plurality.

    @incollection{0f4de0c76708b37b01670c8908b100db,
    author = {Gregori, Patrick and Wdowiak, Malgorzata and Schwarz, Erich},
    title = {{Sustainable Entrepreneurs Shaping Their Business Models under Institutional Plurality}},
    booktitle = {RENT XXXII Conference Proceedings},
    publisher = {European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {Sustainable entrepreneurs are confronted with multiple institutional logics while they build their financially viable business and create social and environmental value. Utilizing and responding to institutional plurality is a key task for such entrepreneurs. Yet, current efforts lack knowledge on how sustainable entrepreneurs blend multiple logics to shape their business models. To address this, the article utilizes the institutional logics perspective in conjunction with the componential approach to business models. By analyzing a longitudinal in-depth case study of a sustainable entrepreneur, the article provides insights into how a shift of salience of logics induces a change process where the entrepreneur engages in reorientation according to the guiding principles of the newly salient logic. The entrepreneur changes his commitment, goals, and practices to meet the new demands, to carry out the change and to integrate the newly salient logic into the business model. This, in turn, results in enhancement, compromise, or maintenance of business model functions. This article contributes to sustainable entrepreneurship and business modeling research in revealing the underlying mechanism of change processes under institutional plurality. In addition, it has practical implications including ways for entrepreneurs to engage such change processes and rethinking the supportive roles of incubators and grant systems in business modeling under institutional plurality.},
    pages = {1--21},
    address = {Turku},
    month = {11},
    url = {http://www.rent-research.org/conference-final-papers-2018},
    }

  • J. Pilz, Z. Bo, R. Wang, J. Lin, Z. Xiao, and L. Li, “Integrated Approach for Lithological Classification Using ASTER Imagery in a Shallowly Covered Region — The Eastern Yanshan Mountain of China,” IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, p. 1–17, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c76875f8db01687b8553271629,
    author = {Pilz, Jürgen and Bo, Zhao and Wang, Ran and Lin, Jingyu and Xiao, Zhouxuan and Li, Lu},
    title = {{Integrated Approach for Lithological Classification Using ASTER Imagery in a Shallowly Covered Region — The Eastern Yanshan Mountain of China}},
    journal = {IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {1--17},
    month = {11},
    }

  • A. Priessner, R. G. Sposato, and N. Hampl, “Predictors of electric vehicle adoption: An analysis of potential electric vehicle drivers in Austria,” Energy Policy, vol. 122, p. 701–714, 2018. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2018.07.058
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Although barriers to the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), such as purchase price, range limitation, and charging infrastructure are diminishing, sales growth has still fallen short of industry expectations. As industry and governments have an interest in counteracting this negative trend by incentivizing EV purchasing, a better understanding of potential EV adopters and drivers of early adoption becomes paramount for designing effective and efficient incentive schemes. Therefore, drawing on a representative survey of Austrian citizens, this study analyzes early adopters, potential adopters, and non-adopters of EVs. Findings indicate that psychological and, to a lesser extent, socio-demographic factors play a significant role in predicting EV adoption. Non-adopters are more likely to have an individualistic and less egalitarian worldview, and also, compared to early adopters, to fall short in terms of pro-environmental and pro-technological attitude. Further, early adopters are inclined to live in regions with EV policy incentives. Using cluster analysis, this study identifies four groups of potential EV adopters based on their evaluation of EV purchasing and non-purchasing motives. The potential-adopter segments differ considerably in their socio-demographic and psychological characteristics, as well as in their preferences for policy incentives. We discuss implications of our findings for the design of effective policy schemes and marketing measures.

    @article{0f4de0c96585eabd01659e63333e044d,
    author = {Priessner, Alfons and Sposato, Robert Gennaro and Hampl, Nina},
    title = {{Predictors of electric vehicle adoption: An analysis of potential electric vehicle drivers in Austria}},
    journal = {Energy Policy},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {Although barriers to the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), such as purchase price, range limitation, and charging infrastructure are diminishing, sales growth has still fallen short of industry expectations. As industry and governments have an interest in counteracting this negative trend by incentivizing EV purchasing, a better understanding of potential EV adopters and drivers of early adoption becomes paramount for designing effective and efficient incentive schemes. Therefore, drawing on a representative survey of Austrian citizens, this study analyzes early adopters, potential adopters, and non-adopters of EVs. Findings indicate that psychological and, to a lesser extent, socio-demographic factors play a significant role in predicting EV adoption. Non-adopters are more likely to have an individualistic and less egalitarian worldview, and also, compared to early adopters, to fall short in terms of pro-environmental and pro-technological attitude. Further, early adopters are inclined to live in regions with EV policy incentives. Using cluster analysis, this study identifies four groups of potential EV adopters based on their evaluation of EV purchasing and non-purchasing motives. The potential-adopter segments differ considerably in their socio-demographic and psychological characteristics, as well as in their preferences for policy incentives. We discuss implications of our findings for the design of effective policy schemes and marketing measures.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.enpol.2018.07.058},
    volume = {122},
    pages = {701--714},
    month = {11},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2018.07.058},
    }

  • J. Pilz and F. Khan, “Modelling and Sensitivity Analysis of River Flow in the Upper Indus Basin, Pakistan,” International Journal of Water, p. 1–21, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c968852cea0168859b0858009c,
    author = {Pilz, Jürgen and Khan, Firdos},
    title = {{Modelling and Sensitivity Analysis of River Flow in the Upper Indus Basin, Pakistan}},
    journal = {International Journal of Water},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {1--21},
    month = {10},
    }

  • M. P. Ladler, “Claw-back Klauseln in Vorstandsverträgen,” wbl Wirtschaftsrechtliche Blätter, iss. 10, p. 533–544, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c9663a9da901663f17a5ff0184,
    author = {Ladler, Mona Philomena},
    title = {{Claw-back Klauseln in Vorstandsverträgen}},
    journal = {wbl Wirtschaftsrechtliche Blätter},
    year = {2018},
    number = {10},
    pages = {533--544},
    month = {10},
    }

  • A. Ebers Broughel and N. Hampl, “Community financing of renewable energy projects in Austria and Switzerland: Profiles of potential investors,” Energy Policy, iss. 123, p. 722–736, 2018. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2018.08.054
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Small-scale investors are gaining recognition as a valuable source of private funding necessary for a successful energy transition. Still, there is limited knowledge about the characteristics of potential investors, especially in community renewable energy projects. This study intends to address this gap and investigates the impact of socio-demographic and socio-psychological characteristics on individuals’ willingness to invest in community renewable energy projects. Our investigation is based on two large-scale representative surveys of 2260 respondents in Austria and Switzerland. The majority of respondents would be willing to invest 1000 to 10,000 CHF/EUR in such a project, with higher amounts in the Swiss sample. Potential investors in Austria tend to be male homeowners with higher incomes, while Swiss investors are more educated. Generally, positive attitudes and beliefs related to renewable energy have a significant impact on investment intention. The largest group of potential investors in both countries can be described as ‘urban wind energy enthusiasts’, who show high acceptance of wind energy installations near their communities. Surprisingly, a significant segment of potential investors is skeptical of a nearby wind installation. Study results can be used by decision-makers to tailor appropriate policy measures and by project developers for communication of the project aims and benefits.

    @article{0f4de0c968852cea016886d591f90217,
    author = {Ebers Broughel, Anna and Hampl, Nina},
    title = {{Community financing of renewable energy projects in Austria and Switzerland: Profiles of potential investors}},
    journal = {Energy Policy},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {Small-scale investors are gaining recognition as a valuable source of private funding necessary for a successful energy transition. Still, there is limited knowledge about the characteristics of potential investors, especially in community renewable energy projects. This study intends to address this gap and investigates the impact of socio-demographic and socio-psychological characteristics on individuals’ willingness to invest in community renewable energy projects. Our investigation is based on two large-scale representative surveys of 2260 respondents in Austria and Switzerland. The majority of respondents would be willing to invest 1000 to 10,000 CHF/EUR in such a project, with higher amounts in the Swiss sample. Potential investors in Austria tend to be male homeowners with higher incomes, while Swiss investors are more educated. Generally, positive attitudes and beliefs related to renewable energy have a significant impact on investment intention. The largest group of potential investors in both countries can be described as ‘urban wind energy enthusiasts’, who show high acceptance of wind energy installations near their communities. Surprisingly, a significant segment of potential investors is skeptical of a nearby wind installation. Study results can be used by decision-makers to tailor appropriate policy measures and by project developers for communication of the project aims and benefits.},
    doi = {10.1016/j.enpol.2018.08.054},
    number = {123},
    pages = {722--736},
    month = {10},
    }

  • C. Breschan, G. Graf, R. Jost, H. Stettner, G. Feigl, S. Neuwersch, C. Stadik, M. Köstenberger, and R. Likar, “A retrospective analysis of the clinical effectiveness of supraclavicular, ultrasound-guided brachiocephalic vein cannulations in preterm infants,” Anesthesiology, vol. 128, iss. 1, p. 38–43, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c9614d039e016156ddf9bd0336,
    author = {Breschan, Christian and Graf, Gudrun and Jost, Robert and Stettner, Haro and Feigl, Georg and Neuwersch, Stefan and Stadik, Christian and Köstenberger, Markus and Likar, Rudolf},
    title = {{A retrospective analysis of the clinical effectiveness of supraclavicular, ultrasound-guided brachiocephalic vein cannulations in preterm infants}},
    journal = {Anesthesiology},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {128},
    number = {1},
    pages = {38--43},
    month = {1},
    }

  • D. Barben and H. P. Gross, “Einleitung,” in Krisen, D. Barben and H. P. Groß, Eds., München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 2018, vol. 6, p. 6–7.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c96128f832016131f6b41c12d6,
    author = {Barben, Daniel and Gross, Horst Peter},
    title = {{Einleitung}},
    booktitle = {Krisen},
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Daniel Barben and Horst Peter Groß},
    volume = {6},
    series = {Klagenfurter Interdisziplinäres Kolleg},
    pages = {6--7},
    address = {München, Wien},
    isbn = {9783890197135},
    }

  • L. Krainer, D. Voci, and F. Weder, “Die “Entwissenschaftlichung” des Nachhaltigkeitsdiskurses als paradigmatisches Beispiel für die Wissenschaftskommunikation,” in Wissenschaftskommunikation, L. Hagen, C. Lüthje, F. Ohser, and C. Seifert, Eds., Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2018, vol. 1, p. 127–149.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c966e4aff60167078c402e09db,
    author = {Krainer, Larissa and Voci, Denise and Weder, Franzisca},
    title = {{Die "Entwissenschaftlichung" des Nachhaltigkeitsdiskurses als paradigmatisches Beispiel für die Wissenschaftskommunikation}},
    booktitle = {Wissenschaftskommunikation},
    publisher = {Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH \& Co. KG},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Lutz Hagen and Corinna Lüthje and Farina Ohser and Claudia Seifert},
    volume = {1},
    series = {Forschungsfeld Wissenschaftskommunikation},
    pages = {127--149},
    address = {Baden-Baden},
    isbn = {9783848732890},
    }

  • A. Bammé, “Das Klima gestalten.,” in Zwischen Eider und Wiedau – Nordfriesland, Husum: Husum Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft mbH u. Co. KG, 2018, p. 77–86.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c960ea6c670160f9c6bfea0785,
    author = {Bammé, Arno},
    title = {{Das Klima gestalten.}},
    booktitle = {Zwischen Eider und Wiedau - Nordfriesland},
    publisher = {Husum Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft mbH u. Co. KG},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {77--86},
    address = {Husum},
    isbn = {9783898768856},
    }

  • F. Rauch, D. Radmann, and B. Schmölzer, “Collaborative science teacher education through inquiry on climate issues,” School Science Review, vol. 100, iss. 371, p. 36–39, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This article describes and evaluates an activity within the process of Socio-Scientific Inquiry Based Learning. ‘Mobility, Traffic and renewable energies’ is a project drawing on an inquiry approach in Carinthian schools involving a range of scientific and educational support agencies. We describe an activity for older primary school children based on real life aspects and environmental effects of heat transfer, together with an evaluation through teacher responses.

    @article{0f4de0c76880c014016881eb5d09010d,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Radmann, Diana and Schmölzer, Bernhard},
    title = {{Collaborative science teacher education through inquiry on climate issues}},
    journal = {School Science Review},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {This article describes and evaluates an activity within the process of Socio-Scientific Inquiry Based Learning. ‘Mobility, Traffic and renewable energies’ is a project drawing on an inquiry approach in Carinthian schools involving a range of scientific and educational support agencies. We describe an activity for older primary school children based on real life aspects and environmental effects of heat transfer, together with an evaluation through teacher responses.},
    volume = {100},
    number = {371},
    pages = {36--39},
    url = {https://www.ase.org.uk/resources/school-science-review/issue-371},
    }

  • F. Rauch and G. Pfaffenwimmer, “Bildung für eine nachhaltige Gesellschaft,” in Baustellen in der österreichischen Bildungslandschaft, H. Altrichter, B. Hanfstingl, K. Krainer, M. Krainz-Dürr, E. Messner, and J. Thonhauser, Eds., Münster, New York, München, Berlin: Waxmann, 2018, p. 229–243.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c960ea6c670160f6001e30026b,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Pfaffenwimmer, Günter},
    title = {{Bildung für eine nachhaltige Gesellschaft}},
    booktitle = {Baustellen in der österreichischen Bildungslandschaft},
    publisher = {Waxmann},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Herbert Altrichter and Barbara Hanfstingl and Konrad Krainer and Marlies Krainz-Dürr and Elgrid Messner and Josef Thonhauser},
    pages = {229--243},
    address = {Münster, New York, München, Berlin },
    isbn = {9783830937449},
    url = {https://www.waxmann.com},
    }

  • B. Mueller, M. Hirose, S. Diehl, and R. Terlutter, “Analyzing Consumer Responses to Humane-oriented CSR Advertising Appeals in an Age of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case of Japan vs. the U.S.,” Journal of Management and Training for Industries, vol. Vol. 5, iss. No. 3, p. 68–81, 2018. doi:10.12792/JMTI.5.3.68
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c9685622d901685b1bdc6e0a29,
    author = {Mueller, Barbara and Hirose, Morikazu and Diehl, Sandra and Terlutter, Ralf},
    title = {{Analyzing Consumer Responses to Humane-oriented CSR Advertising Appeals in an Age of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case of Japan vs. the U.S.}},
    journal = {Journal of Management and Training for Industries},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.12792/JMTI.5.3.68},
    volume = {Vol. 5},
    number = {No. 3},
    pages = {68--81},
    url = {https://www2.ia-engineers.org/JMTI/index.php/jmti},
    }

  • S. D. Schäfer, S. Diehl, and R. Terlutter, Antecedents and effects of employees’ evaluation of organizational CSR engagement, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c95fece7fb015ffcefa0bb0184,
    author = {Schäfer, Sarah Desirée and Diehl, Sandra and Terlutter, Ralf},
    title = {Antecedents and effects of employees’ evaluation of organizational CSR engagement},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2018},
    isbn = { 9789612358389},
    url = {https://www.fdv.uni-lj.si/docs/default-source/zalozba/csr\_2017\_final.pdf?sfvrsn=2},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Engaging Animals in Wildlife Documentaries: From Anthropomorphism to Trans-species Empathy,” in Cognitive Theory and Documentary Film, C. Brylla and M. Kramer, Eds., New York (NY): Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, p. 163–179.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c96585eabd0165974da9d50356,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Engaging Animals in Wildlife Documentaries: From Anthropomorphism to Trans-species Empathy}},
    booktitle = {Cognitive Theory and Documentary Film},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Catalin Brylla and Mette Kramer},
    pages = {163--179},
    address = {New York (NY)},
    isbn = {978-3-319-90332-3},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz and H. Goldmann, “Akteurskonstellationen und Widerspruchsfelder,” in Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz, M. Ukowitz and C. Pichler-Koban, Eds., Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH, 2018, p. 103–120.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9685622d901685ad034b2084a,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina and Goldmann, Harald},
    title = {{Akteurskonstellationen und Widerspruchsfelder}},
    booktitle = {Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz},
    publisher = {Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Martina Ukowitz and Christina Pichler-Koban},
    pages = {103--120},
    address = {Marburg},
    isbn = {978-3-7316-1363-3},
    }

  • S. C. Egger, “About Heimat. ,” in Das Eigene und das Fremde, J. Hasse, Ed., Freiburg: Verlag Karl Alber in der Verlag Herder GmbH, 2018, p. 180–214.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9685622d9016858e2c6750635,
    author = {Egger, Simone Caroline},
    title = {{About Heimat. }},
    booktitle = {Das Eigene und das Fremde},
    publisher = {Verlag Karl Alber in der Verlag Herder GmbH},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Jürgen Hasse},
    pages = {180--214},
    address = {Freiburg},
    isbn = {978-3-495-49029-7},
    }

  • S. Korac, B. Moser, and P. Rondo-Brovetto, “Genderspezifische Aspekte öffentlicher Ausgaben – Ausgewählte Aufgabenbereiche des öffentlichen Sektors in Deutschland,” in Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf – Unvereinbarkeit von Familie und Karriere? Folgewirkungen der Entscheidung für Betreuung und Pflege im häuslichen Bereich, D. Behrens and N. E. Franz, Eds., Berlin: Springer, 2018, p. 317–342.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Durch die Generierung von Einnahmen und das Tätigen von Ausgaben sorgt die öffentliche Hand für die Umverteilung von Einkommen. Dieses Kapitel beschäftigt sich damit, wie der öffentliche Sektor über die Gestaltung seiner Ausgaben in unterschiedlichen Aufgabenbereichen politische Ziele wie jenes der Geschlechtergleichstellung beeinflussen kann. Die Autor_innen geben auch eine kurze Übersicht über unterschiedliche Herangehensweisen, die Auswirkungen öffentlicher Ausgaben zu analysieren. Den konkreten Untersuchungen für Deutschland liegt ein Erwerbslebenszyklus zugrunde, d. h. die Autor_innen analysieren die Effekte in den Aufgabenbereichen Bildung, Kinderbetreuung und Pensionen bzw. Renten.

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    author = {Korac, Sanja and Moser, Birgit and Rondo-Brovetto, Paolo},
    title = {{Genderspezifische Aspekte öffentlicher Ausgaben - Ausgewählte Aufgabenbereiche des öffentlichen Sektors in Deutschland}},
    booktitle = {Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf - Unvereinbarkeit von Familie und Karriere? Folgewirkungen der Entscheidung für Betreuung und Pflege im häuslichen Bereich},
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    year = {2018},
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    editor = {Doris Behrens and Nele Elisa Franz},
    pages = {317--342},
    address = {Berlin},
    month = {1},
    }

  • S. Korac, B. Moser, and I. Saliterer, “Gender Budgeting – Ein Weg zur Geschlechtergerechtigkeit bei der Verteilung öffentlicher Mittel?,” in Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf – Unvereinbarkeit von Familie und Karriere? Folgewirkungen der Entscheidung für Betreuung und Pflege im häuslichen Bereich, D. Behrens and N. E. Franz, Eds., Berlin: Springer, 2018, p. 259–289.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Ausgehend vom Konzept des Gender Mainstreaming wird der Frage nachgegangen, inwiefern Gender Budgeting „ein Weg zur Geschlechtergerechtigkeit bei der Verteilung öffentlicher Mittel“ sein kann. Gender Budgeting ist ein finanzpolitisches Analyse- und Steuerungsinstrument zur Untersuchung und Sichtbarmachung der geschlechtsspezifischen Dimensionen der öffentlichen Haushaltsplanung (gleichgültig ob auf institutioneller, kommunaler, regionaler, nationaler oder internationaler Ebene). Öffentliche Budgets können sowohl auf der Einnahmenseite (z. B. Steuern und Abgaben) als auch auf der Ausgabenseite (z. B. Förderungen) Auswirkungen haben, die bestehende Geschlechterdifferenzen verstärken und insofern nicht geschlechtergerecht sind. Die Autorinnen zeigen, nach einer Begriffsklärung, wie und auf welchen Ebenen das Instrument eingesetzt werden kann, und belegen ihre Ausführungen mit Beispielen aus Deutschland und Österreich.Wir bedanken uns bei Carina Ruppitsch, Manuela Lientscher und Wolfgang Lattacher ganz herzlich für Vorarbeiten, die im Rahmen eines Seminars aus Gender Economics an der Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt geleistet wurden.

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    booktitle = {Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf - Unvereinbarkeit von Familie und Karriere? Folgewirkungen der Entscheidung für Betreuung und Pflege im häuslichen Bereich},
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    editor = {Doris Behrens and Nele Elisa Franz},
    pages = {259--289},
    address = {Berlin},
    month = {1},
    }

  • N. Hampl and R. G. Sposato, Erneuerbare Energien in Österreich 2017, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c968852cea016885983146008a,
    author = {Hampl, Nina and Sposato, Robert Gennaro},
    title = {Erneuerbare Energien in Österreich 2017},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {1},
    year = {2018},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Encountering the Sahara: Embodiment, Emotion, and Material Agency in Paul Bowles’s The Sheltering Sky ,” in Ecomedia in the Anthropocene, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, p. 219–238.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Encountering the Sahara: Embodiment, Emotion, and Material Agency in Paul Bowles's The Sheltering Sky }},
    booktitle = {Ecomedia in the Anthropocene},
    publisher = {Oxford University Press},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {219--238},
    address = {Oxford},
    url = {https://academic.oup.com/isle/pages/ecomedia\_in\_the\_anthropocene},
    }

  • H. K. Peterlini, “Prämissen einer Erziehung “zum Guten”. ,” Jahrbuch Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung, p. 94–101, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Der Beitrag befasst sich mit grundsätzlichen und in der Folge auch praxeologischen Fragen der Erziehungwissenschaft: Was kann Umwelterziehung, was kann Friedensbildung ausrichten in einer Welt, die von ihren ökonomischen und politischen Strukturen auf Konkurrenz, Konsum und Konflikt ausgerichtet ist? Auf der Suche nach möglichen Antworten werden theoretische und praxisbezogene Fragen der Erziehungswissenschaft ausgelotet und mögliche Zugänge über Bildung und Lernen als Prozesse von Erfahrung und Reflexion gesucht.

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    year = {2018},
    abstract = {Der Beitrag befasst sich mit grundsätzlichen und in der Folge auch praxeologischen Fragen der Erziehungwissenschaft: Was kann Umwelterziehung, was kann Friedensbildung ausrichten in einer Welt, die von ihren ökonomischen und politischen Strukturen auf Konkurrenz, Konsum und Konflikt ausgerichtet ist? Auf der Suche nach möglichen Antworten werden theoretische und praxisbezogene Fragen der Erziehungswissenschaft ausgelotet und mögliche Zugänge über Bildung und Lernen als Prozesse von Erfahrung und Reflexion gesucht.},
    pages = {94--101},
    isbn = {9783900717926},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “From Nostalgic Longing to Solastalgic Distress: A Cognitive Approach to Love in the Anthropocene,” in Affective Ecocriticism: Emotion, Embodiment, Environment, K. Bladow and J. Ladino, Eds., University of Nebraska Press, 2018, p. 51–69.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c96585eabd01659bee82dd0405,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{From Nostalgic Longing to Solastalgic Distress: A Cognitive Approach to Love in the Anthropocene}},
    booktitle = {Affective Ecocriticism: Emotion, Embodiment, Environment},
    publisher = {University of Nebraska Press},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Kyle Bladow and Jennifer Ladino},
    pages = {51--69},
    isbn = {978-1-4962-0756-2},
    }

  • C. Pichler-Koban and M. Ukowitz, “Rote Listen – Eine Professionalisierungsgeschichte. ,” in Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz, M. Ukowitz and C. Pichler-Koban, Eds., Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH, 2018, p. 81–101.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9685622d901685ac8b01e07d3,
    author = {Pichler-Koban, Christina and Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{Rote Listen - Eine Professionalisierungsgeschichte. }},
    booktitle = {Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz},
    publisher = {Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Martina Ukowitz and Christina Pichler-Koban},
    pages = {81--101},
    address = {Marburg},
    isbn = {9783731613633},
    }

  • D. Barben, S. Bauer, E. Millonig, and N. Harnack, “Wasserkrisen in Geschichte und Gegenwart. ,” in Krisen, D. Barben and H. P. Groß, Eds., München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 2018, vol. 6, p. 34–57.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c96128f832016131fc2d40132f,
    author = {Barben, Daniel and Bauer, Stefanie and Millonig, Elisabeth and Harnack, Nastasja},
    title = {{Wasserkrisen in Geschichte und Gegenwart. }},
    booktitle = {Krisen},
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Daniel Barben and Horst Peter Groß},
    volume = {6},
    series = {Klagenfurter Interdisziplinäres Kolleg},
    pages = {34--57},
    address = {München, Wien},
    isbn = {9783890197135},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz and C. Pichler-Koban, “Vermitteln zwischen Perspektiven. Eine Einleitung.,” in Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz, M. Ukowitz and C. Pichler-Koban, Eds., Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH, 2018, p. 11–22.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9685622d901685ae03af408cf,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina and Pichler-Koban, Christina},
    title = {{Vermitteln zwischen Perspektiven. Eine Einleitung.}},
    booktitle = {Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz},
    publisher = {Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Martina Ukowitz and Christina Pichler-Koban},
    pages = {11--22},
    address = {Marburg},
    isbn = {978-3-7316-1363-3},
    }

  • N. Matzner and D. Barben, “Verantwortungsvoll das Klima manipulieren? Unsicherheit und Verantwortung im Diskurs um Climate Engineering ,” in Unsicherheit als Herausforderung für die Wissenschaft, N. Janich and L. Rhein, Eds., Frankfurt am Main [u. a.]: Peter Lang Verlagsgruppe, 2018, vol. 13, p. 143–178. doi:10.3726/b14379
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9655d09e501656671f58303a3,
    author = {Matzner, Nils and Barben, Daniel},
    title = {{Verantwortungsvoll das Klima manipulieren? Unsicherheit und Verantwortung im Diskurs um Climate Engineering }},
    booktitle = {Unsicherheit als Herausforderung für die Wissenschaft},
    publisher = {Peter Lang Verlagsgruppe},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.3726/b14379},
    editor = {Nina Janich and Lisa Rhein},
    volume = {13},
    series = {Wissen – Kompetenz – Text},
    pages = {143--178},
    address = {Frankfurt am Main [u. a.]},
    isbn = {978-3-631-76153-3},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “The Moral Dilemma of Unsustainability: Eco-dystopian Fiction as Cultural Critique,” in Cultural Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences, G. Rippl and T. Meireis, Eds., New York: Routledge, 2018, p. 194–208.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c96585eabd016597447e3f0327,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{The Moral Dilemma of Unsustainability: Eco-dystopian Fiction as Cultural Critique}},
    booktitle = {Cultural Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences},
    publisher = {Routledge },
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Gabriele Rippl and Torsten Meireis},
    pages = {194--208},
    address = {New York},
    isbn = {0815357540},
    }

  • F. Rauch, “The Austrian ECOLOG-schools Programme: Participation for Education for Sustainable Development?,” in Building Bridges Across Disciplines for Transformative Education and a Sustainable Future, I. Eilks, S. Markic, and B. Ralle, Eds., Aachen: Shaker Verlag GmbH, 2018, p. 153–162.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    This case describes networking for education for sustainable development within the Austrian ECOLOG-schools network. The article presents theoretical concepts on Education for Sustainable Development and transformative learning as well as of networks in education in general and the organisation of the ECOLOG-network in particular. Based upon these foundations, the concept and results of a participatory evaluation study are described and reflected. The paper closes with a summary of the evaluation process and with an outlook for the future development of the network. ECOLOG-schools have to deal with tensions between different interests and stakeholders within Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and schooling. Spaces for exchange and reflection offered by the network support the ability to deal with these tensions constructively and support educational transformation processes at schools.

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    author = {Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{The Austrian ECOLOG-schools Programme: Participation for Education for Sustainable Development?}},
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    publisher = {Shaker Verlag GmbH},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {This case describes networking for education for sustainable development within the Austrian ECOLOG-schools network. The article presents theoretical concepts on Education for Sustainable Development and transformative learning as well as of networks in education in general and the organisation of the ECOLOG-network in particular. Based upon these foundations, the concept and results of a participatory evaluation study are described and reflected. The paper closes with a summary of the evaluation process and with an outlook for the future development of the network. ECOLOG-schools have to deal with tensions between different interests and stakeholders within Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and schooling. Spaces for exchange and reflection offered by the network support the ability to deal with these tensions constructively and support educational transformation processes at schools.},
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    pages = {153--162},
    address = {Aachen},
    isbn = {978-3-8440-6255-7},
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  • A. Weik von Mossner, “The Age of Stupid,” in Cli-Fi: A Companion, A. Goodbody and A. Johns-Putra, Eds., Frankfurt am Main [u. a.]: Peter Lang Verlagsgruppe, 2018, p. 123–130.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9685622d9016857474e8104a4,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{The Age of Stupid}},
    booktitle = {Cli-Fi: A Companion},
    publisher = {Peter Lang Verlagsgruppe},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Axel Goodbody and Adeline Johns-Putra},
    pages = {123--130},
    address = {Frankfurt am Main [u. a.]},
    isbn = {1788740726},
    }

  • I. Saliterer, M. Sicilia, and I. Steccolini, “Public Budgets and Budgeting in Europe: State of the Art and Future Challenges,” in The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Management in Europe, E. Ongaro and S. V. Thiel, Eds., New York (NY): Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, p. 141–163. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-55269-
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76875f8db01687a4d0fcf0d17,
    author = {Saliterer, Iris and Sicilia, Mariafrancesca and Steccolini, Ileana},
    title = {{Public Budgets and Budgeting in Europe: State of the Art and Future Challenges}},
    booktitle = {The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Management in Europe},
    publisher = {Palgrave Macmillan},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1057/978-1-137-55269-},
    editor = {Edoardo Ongaro and Sandra Van Thiel},
    pages = {141--163},
    address = {New York (NY)},
    isbn = {978-1-137-55268-6},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/book/10.1057/978-1-137-55269-3\#about},
    }

  • W. Elmenreich, M. Jungmeier, and C. Pichler-Koban, Game of Clones: Schülerinnen und Schüler modellieren die Bekämpfung des Staudenknöterichs (Fallopia japonica), 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Der Staudenknöterich (Fallopia japonica) ist ein bekannter konkurrenzstarker Neophyt. Aufgrund seiner außergewöhnlichen physiologischen und morphologischen Eigenschaften konnte sich der Staudenknöterich in Europa massiv ausbreiten. Die Ausbreitung erfolgt primär über ein raschwüchsiges Rhizom-System, aus dem bis zu vier Meter hohe klonale Bestände erwachsen. Die mono dominanten Bestände verursachen grundlegende Veränderungen bestehender Ökosysteme und Biotope im Hinblick auf Artenausstattung, Struktur und Erscheinungsbild. In naturschutzfachlich wertvollen Flächen, insbesondere an Gewässern, in Auwäldern, Feuchtlebensräumen und -brachen aber auch entlang von Bahntrassen oder Straßen ist das ein erhebliches Problem. In vielen Regionen Europas, insbesondere in Naturschutzgebieten, wird Fallopia daher aktiv bekämpft. Versuche, die Pflanze zurückzudrängen oder auch nur ihre Ausbreitung einzudämmen, sind oft erfolglos, selbst wenn aufwändige Verfahren und unterschiedliche Maßnahmen zum Einsatz kommen.In einem Projekt des Forschungsprogramms Sparkling Science arbeitet ein interdisziplinäres Forschungsteam gemeinsam mit Schülerinnen und Schülern daran, das Ausbreitungsverhalten der Pflanze unter verschiedenen Bedingungen zu analysieren, räumlich zu modellieren und in einer Computersimulation zusammenzuführen. Die dabei gewonnenen Erkenntnisse und die unterschiedlichen Bekämpfungsmaßnahmen werden im Strategiespiel Game of Clones aufbereitet. Dieses soll als analoges Brettspiel wie auch als Computerspiel zur Verfügung stehen. Je nach Ausgangslage können unterschiedliche Maßnahmen und Maßnahmenkombinationen zum Erfolg führen, das heißt die Pflanze in ihrem Wachstum eindämmen. Neben einer umfassenden Literaturauswertung beruht die Modellierung auf Beobachtungen und Experimenten. Im Wesentlichen erfolgen Kartierungen, eine genetische Zuordnung der Klone (Barcoding), die Analyse von Zeitreihen, eine groß angelegte Rhizomfreilegung sowie eine Beobachtung der Rhizome unter kontrollierten Bedingungen (Rhizoboxen). Die Umsetzung des Simulationsmodells erfolgt mittels eines zellulären Automaten. Dies erfolgt in einer browserbasierten Programmierung und erlaubt es, verschiedene Ausbreitungs- und Bekämpfungsszenarien spielerisch nachzuvollziehen. Das Projekt ist im Umsetzungsstadium, erste Ergebnisse liegen bereits vor. Auf die Angabe von Literatur wird im Abstract verzichtet. Jedoch wird auf eine umfassende Bibliographie von aktuell etwa 350 Zitaten verwiesen, die separat zur Verfügung gestellt werden kann.

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    url = {http://mobile.aau.at/publications/elmenreich-2018-GameOfClones.pdf},
    }

  • H. Egner and J. Kubelka, “Fettix – Regionalverkehrsplan Kärnten. Teilauswertung der Bevölkerungsbefragung in der Gemeinde “Frantschach-St. Gertraud”,” , Klagenfurt 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @techreport{0f4de0c96164e595016165ae1d7b00b4,
    author = {Egner, Heike and Kubelka, Julia},
    title = {{Fettix - Regionalverkehrsplan Kärnten. Teilauswertung der Bevölkerungsbefragung in der Gemeinde "Frantschach-St. Gertraud"}},
    year = {2018},
    address = {Klagenfurt},
    month = {2},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz and H. Goldmann, “Naturschutz auf dem Weg zu einer reifen Institution,” in Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz, M. Ukowitz and C. Pichler-Koban, Eds., Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH, 2018, p. 156–180.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9685622d901685addcbf208b3,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina and Goldmann, Harald},
    title = {{Naturschutz auf dem Weg zu einer reifen Institution}},
    booktitle = {Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz},
    publisher = {Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Martina Ukowitz and Christina Pichler-Koban},
    pages = {156--180},
    address = {Marburg},
    isbn = {978-3-7316-1363-3},
    }

  • D. Barben and H. P. Groß, Krisen, Profil Verlag, 2018, vol. 6.
    [BibTeX]
    @book{0f4de0c960dee6ca0160e0527e0e043d,
    author = {Barben, Daniel and Groß, Horst Peter},
    title = {{Krisen}},
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2018},
    volume = {6},
    isbn = {9783890197135},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz and H. Goldmann, “Kommunikations- und Beziehungsdynamiken im Akteursgefüge,” in Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz, M. Ukowitz and C. Pichler-Koban, Eds., Marburg: Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH, 2018, p. 121–134.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9685622d901685ad503b30883,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina and Goldmann, Harald},
    title = {{Kommunikations- und Beziehungsdynamiken im Akteursgefüge}},
    booktitle = {Der Vertigo-Effekt – Institutionelle Dynamiken im Naturschutz},
    publisher = {Metropolis Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Martina Ukowitz and Christina Pichler-Koban},
    pages = {121--134},
    address = {Marburg},
    isbn = {978-3-7316-1363-3},
    }

  • S. C. Egger, “Heimat Tirol,” Tiroler Heimatblätter, iss. 1, p. 9–17, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c9685622d9016858c2b30605b6,
    author = {Egger, Simone Caroline},
    title = {{Heimat Tirol}},
    journal = {Tiroler Heimatblätter},
    year = {2018},
    number = {1},
    pages = {9--17},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Green States of Mind? Cognition, Emotion, and Environmental Framing,” Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism, vol. 22, iss. 3, p. 313–323, 2018. doi:10.1080/14688417.2018.1531723
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c66e2275e4016e2905c6d700cb,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Green States of Mind? Cognition, Emotion, and Environmental Framing}},
    journal = {Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1080/14688417.2018.1531723},
    volume = {22},
    number = {3},
    pages = {313--323},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik and R. Kapadia, “Reasoning with risk: Teaching probability and risk as twin concepts,” in Teaching and Learning Stochastics, C. Batanero and E. J. Chernoff, Eds., Cham: Springer International Publishing AG, 2018, p. 1–20.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Risk is a key aspect of life and probability is the mathematical tool to address risk. Our aim is to investigate how risk is embedded in probability and how probability can be used to solve problems of risk. Furthermore, we illustrate how risky situations are paradigmatic for the concept of probability, not least by the eminent role risk played for the emergence of probabilistic concepts. The analysis of risk forms the central section, which shows how risk is connected to probability. Decisions in risky situations draw from the various approaches to probability and from rational and behavioural views to decisions. The section on emerging concepts re-visits the development of probability and probabilistic thinking. Faced with the twin character of probability and risk, we argue that these concepts should be developed together in teaching. The conceptualisation of probability in terms of A Priori Theory (APT) Frequentist Theory (FQT) and Subjectivist Theory (SJT) forms the background to classify the pertinent constituents of the arguments. For understanding small probabilities/risks, we promote the ideas of a micromort (1 in a million chance of leading to death) and a microlife (a half-hour period, which is 1 in a million part of the average life span of a person aged 30 years). Keywords: A priori probability theory; Freq

    @incollection{0f4de0c9610ea75c01611f72d6db15b0,
    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred and Kapadia, Ramesh},
    title = {{Reasoning with risk: Teaching probability and risk as twin concepts}},
    booktitle = {Teaching and Learning Stochastics},
    publisher = {Springer International Publishing AG},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {Risk is a key aspect of life and probability is the mathematical tool to address risk. Our aim is to investigate how risk is embedded in probability and how probability can be used to solve problems of risk. Furthermore, we illustrate how risky situations are paradigmatic for the concept of probability, not least by the eminent role risk played for the emergence of probabilistic concepts. The analysis of risk forms the central section, which shows how risk is connected to probability. Decisions in risky situations draw from the various approaches to probability and from rational and behavioural views to decisions. The section on emerging concepts re-visits the development of probability and probabilistic thinking. Faced with the twin character of probability and risk, we argue that these concepts should be developed together in teaching. The conceptualisation of probability in terms of A Priori Theory (APT) Frequentist Theory (FQT) and Subjectivist Theory (SJT) forms the background to classify the pertinent constituents of the arguments. For understanding small probabilities/risks, we promote the ideas of a micromort (1 in a million chance of leading to death) and a microlife (a half-hour period, which is 1 in a million part of the average life span of a person aged 30 years). Keywords: A priori probability theory; Freq},
    editor = {Carmen Batanero and Egan J. Chernoff},
    series = {ICME-13 Monographs},
    pages = {1--20},
    address = {Cham},
    month = {1},
    isbn = {978-3-319-72870-4},
    }

  • R. Hübner, N. Tröger, C. Fridrich, and S. Nessel, Multiperspektivische Verbraucherforschung, Springer VS, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    In diesem Buch werden Dimensionen, Ansätze und Gegenstände einer multiperspektivischen Verbraucherforschung vorgestellt. Neben theoretischen und interdisziplinären Zugängen werden auch Perspektiven aus der Praxis abgebildet. So wird ein Beitrag dazu geleistet, verschiedene Perspektiven in Dialog zu bringen und darauf aufbauend die multiplen Herausforderungen und Möglichkeiten, die Konsum für Gesellschaft, Individuum und Unternehmen beinhaltet, besser verstehen zu können. Bisherige Ansätze der Verbraucher- und Konsumforschung werden so um eine multidimensionale Perspektive erweitert.

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    title = {{Multiperspektivische Verbraucherforschung}},
    publisher = {Springer VS},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {In diesem Buch werden Dimensionen, Ansätze und Gegenstände einer multiperspektivischen Verbraucherforschung vorgestellt. Neben theoretischen und interdisziplinären Zugängen werden auch Perspektiven aus der Praxis abgebildet. So wird ein Beitrag dazu geleistet, verschiedene Perspektiven in Dialog zu bringen und darauf aufbauend die multiplen Herausforderungen und Möglichkeiten, die Konsum für Gesellschaft, Individuum und Unternehmen beinhaltet, besser verstehen zu können. Bisherige Ansätze der Verbraucher- und Konsumforschung werden so um eine multidimensionale Perspektive erweitert.},
    month = {4},
    isbn = {978-3-658-20198-2},
    }

  • A. Fabris, H. P. Groß, and V. Winiwarter, Wasser, Profil Verlag, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @book{0f4de0c964ccce5c0164d0ad22310065,
    author = {Fabris, Angela and Groß, Horst Peter and Winiwarter, Verena},
    title = {{Wasser}},
    publisher = {Profil Verlag},
    year = {2018},
    month = {2},
    isbn = {9783890197197},
    url = {http://www.profilverlag.de/index.php?id=49\&no\_cache=1\&tx\_ttnews[authorid]=570},
    }

  • D. Sternad and G. Mödritscher, Qualitatives Wachstum, Springer Gabler, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Das Buch beinhaltet einen grundlegend neuen Denkansatz zum Unternehmenswachstum. Es beschreibt Grundprinzipien, Strategien, Methoden und Instrumente zur qualitativen Weiterentwicklung von Unternehmen. Weit über den üblichen Rahmen klassischer Qualitätsmanagementsysteme hinaus wird ein ganzheitlicher Ansatz vorgestellt, mit dem Unternehmen in einer Kombination aus deutlichen Qualitätssprüngen und einer systematischen Weiterentwicklung wettbewerbsfähigere Qualitäts- und Leistungsniveaus erreichen können. Fallstudien aus der Unternehmenspraxis verdeutlichen anschaulich, wie sich wesentliche Handlungsfelder für qualitatives Wachstum identifizieren sowie gezielte Entwicklungsmaßnahmen einleiten und umsetzen lassen, um gleichzeitig bessere Leistungsangebote, nachhaltigen wirtschaftlichen Erfolg und positive Auswirkungen auf Umwelt und Gesellschaft zu erreichen.

    @book{0f4de0c9669cb0cb01669fd94b370095,
    author = {Sternad, Dietmar and Mödritscher, Gernot},
    title = {{Qualitatives Wachstum}},
    publisher = {Springer Gabler},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {Das Buch beinhaltet einen grundlegend neuen Denkansatz zum Unternehmenswachstum. Es beschreibt Grundprinzipien, Strategien, Methoden und Instrumente zur qualitativen Weiterentwicklung von Unternehmen. Weit über den üblichen Rahmen klassischer Qualitätsmanagementsysteme hinaus wird ein ganzheitlicher Ansatz vorgestellt, mit dem Unternehmen in einer Kombination aus deutlichen Qualitätssprüngen und einer systematischen Weiterentwicklung wettbewerbsfähigere Qualitäts- und Leistungsniveaus erreichen können. Fallstudien aus der Unternehmenspraxis verdeutlichen anschaulich, wie sich wesentliche Handlungsfelder für qualitatives Wachstum identifizieren sowie gezielte Entwicklungsmaßnahmen einleiten und umsetzen lassen, um gleichzeitig bessere Leistungsangebote, nachhaltigen wirtschaftlichen Erfolg und positive Auswirkungen auf Umwelt und Gesellschaft zu erreichen.},
    month = {6},
    isbn = {9783658188795},
    }

  • G. Offermanns, A. Schweiger, and Š. Draganović, Strategieentwicklung für 13 Anbieter von mobilen Pflege und Betreuungsdienstleistungen durch Cooperation, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Das Gesundheitswesen hat sich neuen Herausforderungen zu stellen, die alle Akteure zunehmend un-ter Veränderungsdruck setzen. Vor allem in Kärnten sind diese Herausforderungen für die ARGE, einerKooperationsgemeinschaft von 13 eigenständigen Dienstleistern im Bereich der mobilen Pflege undBetreuung, deutlich zu spüren, wobei u. a. mit veränderten Rahmenbedingungen in demographischer,wirtschaftlicher und rechtlicher Hinsicht umzugehen ist. Zentrale Probleme sind die überproportionaleKostensteigerung, die Auswirkungen des demographischen Wandels oder die Aufrechterhaltung derQualität. Darüber hinaus birgt die Neuerung der Vergaberichtlinie der EU (Richtlinie 2014/24/EU) dasRisiko, dass Bundesländer auch auf private, anstatt den lokalen Anbietern von mobilen Pflege- und Be-treuungsdienstleistungen zurückgreifen könnten. In der Vergangenheit befand sich die ARGE eher ineiner passiven Position gegenüber dem Land als Finanzierer und konnte lediglich auf Entscheidungenreagieren, da Kooperationsmöglichkeiten oder eine gemeinsame Zielentwicklung weitgehend unbe-rücksichtigt blieben.

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    abstract = {Das Gesundheitswesen hat sich neuen Herausforderungen zu stellen, die alle Akteure zunehmend un-ter Veränderungsdruck setzen. Vor allem in Kärnten sind diese Herausforderungen für die ARGE, einerKooperationsgemeinschaft von 13 eigenständigen Dienstleistern im Bereich der mobilen Pflege undBetreuung, deutlich zu spüren, wobei u. a. mit veränderten Rahmenbedingungen in demographischer,wirtschaftlicher und rechtlicher Hinsicht umzugehen ist. Zentrale Probleme sind die überproportionaleKostensteigerung, die Auswirkungen des demographischen Wandels oder die Aufrechterhaltung derQualität. Darüber hinaus birgt die Neuerung der Vergaberichtlinie der EU (Richtlinie 2014/24/EU) dasRisiko, dass Bundesländer auch auf private, anstatt den lokalen Anbietern von mobilen Pflege- und Be-treuungsdienstleistungen zurückgreifen könnten. In der Vergangenheit befand sich die ARGE eher ineiner passiven Position gegenüber dem Land als Finanzierer und konnte lediglich auf Entscheidungenreagieren, da Kooperationsmöglichkeiten oder eine gemeinsame Zielentwicklung weitgehend unbe-rücksichtigt blieben.},
    author = {Offermanns, Guido and Schweiger, Andrea and Draganović, Šehad},
    title = {Strategieentwicklung für 13 Anbieter von mobilen Pflege und Betreuungsdienstleistungen durch Cooperation},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {5},
    year = {2018},
    isbn = {978-3-200-05671-8},
    url = {https://oeph.at/},
    }

  • F. Weder, “Hollow Notion of Corporate Social Responsibility. Introduction of a Frame Field Model to Investigate CSR in Public Discourse,” Medien Journal, vol. 42, iss. 1, p. 11–32, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    The present study examines the relevance and framing of Corporate Social Responsibility in the mass media. Challenged by the ethically (over)loaded issue of responsibility, communication studies are searching for a new understanding of framing to investigate phenomena of new economic values like Corporate Social Responsibility in public discourses. For the quantitative content analysis put forward herein, frames are described as footprints of diverse positions, which determine a given public discourse. The longitudinal analysis of 26 German-speaking newspapers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland between 1999 and 2008, a phase where CSR was aligned in business practices and CSR communication established in public discourses, aims at identifying CSR-frames as well as inquiring into the existence of a public discourse about CSR. The results show that there is no discourse on CSR itself. Instead of the assumed multiple issue-specific frames, CSR itself is (ab)used as a masterframe or “buzz word” in economic discourses.

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    author = {Weder, Franzisca},
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    journal = {Medien Journal},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {The present study examines the relevance and framing of Corporate Social Responsibility in the mass media. Challenged by the ethically (over)loaded issue of responsibility, communication studies are searching for a new understanding of framing to investigate phenomena of new economic values like Corporate Social Responsibility in public discourses. For the quantitative content analysis put forward herein, frames are described as footprints of diverse positions, which determine a given public discourse. The longitudinal analysis of 26 German-speaking newspapers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland between 1999 and 2008, a phase where CSR was aligned in business practices and CSR communication established in public discourses, aims at identifying CSR-frames as well as inquiring into the existence of a public discourse about CSR. The results show that there is no discourse on CSR itself. Instead of the assumed multiple issue-specific frames, CSR itself is (ab)used as a masterframe or “buzz word” in economic discourses.},
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    number = {1},
    pages = {11--32},
    month = {5},
    }

  • F. Khan, S. Ali, and J. Pilz, “Evaluation of statistical downscaling models using pattern and dependence structure in the monsoon‐dominated region of Pakistan,” Weather, vol. 73, iss. 6, p. 193–203, 2018. doi:10.1002/wea.3164
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c966826af7016684041254004c,
    author = {Khan, Firdos and Ali, Shaukat and Pilz, Jürgen},
    title = {{Evaluation of statistical downscaling models using pattern and dependence structure in the monsoon‐dominated region of Pakistan}},
    journal = {Weather},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1002/wea.3164},
    volume = {73},
    number = {6},
    pages = {193--203},
    month = {6},
    url = {https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal},
    }

  • P. Cunningham, R. Terlutter, S. Diehl, and S. D. Schäfer, “Sustainability at Unilever Canada,” ,Institut für Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft,Abteilung für Personal, Führung und Organisation, Klagenfurt am Wörthersee 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @techreport{0f4de0c9644b43c0016465bea6080620,
    author = {Cunningham, Peggy and Terlutter, Ralf and Diehl, Sandra and Schäfer, Sarah Desirée},
    title = {{Sustainability at Unilever Canada}},
    institution = {,Institut für Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft,Abteilung für Personal, Führung und Organisation},
    year = {2018},
    address = {Klagenfurt am Wörthersee},
    month = {6},
    }

  • I. Koinig, S. Diehl, and B. Mueller, “CSR And Gender In The Pharma Industry: Effects Of CSR Ad Appeals On Women And Men,” in Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Research in Advertising (ICORIA), Amsterdam, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c66b642bb3016b6480831e00c3,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra and Mueller, Barbara},
    title = {{CSR And Gender In The Pharma Industry: Effects Of CSR Ad Appeals On Women And Men}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Research in Advertising (ICORIA)},
    year = {2018},
    address = {Amsterdam},
    month = {6},
    publisher = {European Advertising Academy (EAA)},
    }

  • A. Felsberger and G. Reiner, “How to measure the impact of digital transformation along industrial value chains?,” in Proceedings of the 25th Annual EuroMA Conference, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @inproceedings{0f4de0c768335a1f0168374206dc01c2,
    author = {Felsberger, Andreas and Reiner, Gerald},
    title = {{How to measure the impact of digital transformation along industrial value chains?}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 25th Annual EuroMA Conference},
    year = {2018},
    month = {6},
    url = {http://euroma2018.org/euroma-2018-proceedings/},
    }

  • I. Steccolini, C. Barbera, M. Jones, S. Korac, and I. Saliterer, “Local government financial resilience: Germany, Italy and UK compared,” , London, 2, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @techreport{0f4de0c76875f8db016876f9879101f8,
    author = {Steccolini, Ileana and Barbera, Carmela and Jones, Martin and Korac, Sanja and Saliterer, Iris},
    title = {{Local government financial resilience: Germany, Italy and UK compared}},
    year = {2018},
    number = {2},
    address = {London},
    month = {7},
    isbn = {978-1-85971-865-0},
    url = {https://www.cimaglobal.com/Documents/Thought\_leadership\_docs/Academic-research/Financial\_Resilience\_Academic\_Report.pdf},
    }

  • S. Grabner-Kräuter and A. Santana, Biodynamic Certification Processes Advancing the Sustainability Agenda in the Wine Industry, 2018. doi:10.5840/iabsproc20172811
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c76387946301638c30d4bf0118,
    doi = {10.5840/iabsproc20172811},
    author = {Grabner-Kräuter, Sonja and Santana, Adele},
    title = {Biodynamic Certification Processes Advancing the Sustainability Agenda in the Wine Industry},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {5},
    year = {2018},
    url = {https://www.pdcnet.org/iabsproc},
    }

  • F. Rauch and G. Pfaffenwimmer, “ENSI pillars – Action Research and Dynamic Qualities,” in Environment and School Initiatives, , 2018, p. 40–45.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c965cd4f3b0165d1c0cc910055,
    author = {Rauch, Franz and Pfaffenwimmer, Günter},
    title = {{ENSI pillars - Action Research and Dynamic Qualities}},
    booktitle = {Environment and School Initiatives},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {40--45},
    month = {7},
    isbn = {978-3-200-05834-7},
    url = {https://www.ensi.org},
    }

  • S. D. Schäfer, S. Diehl, and R. Terlutter, “KEEP ME POSTED! CSR COMMUNICATION AND ITS IMPACT ON FAVORABLE EMPLOYEES´ OUTCOMES,” in Global Marketing Conference Proceedings, Tokyo: Global Marketing Conference, 2018, p. 277–278. doi:10.15444/GMC2018.03.02.02
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c965242fc50165342b4c3600f6,
    author = {Schäfer, Sarah Desirée and Diehl, Sandra and Terlutter, Ralf},
    title = {{KEEP ME POSTED! CSR COMMUNICATION AND ITS IMPACT ON FAVORABLE EMPLOYEES´ OUTCOMES}},
    booktitle = {Global Marketing Conference Proceedings},
    publisher = {Global Marketing Conference },
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.15444/GMC2018.03.02.02},
    pages = {277--278},
    address = {Tokyo},
    month = {7},
    url = {http://gmcproceedings.net/html/sub3\_01.html?code=350813},
    }

  • D. Barben, Genome Editing: Europa benötigt ein neues Gentechnikrecht, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c7682d218501682d8b5ec800a4,
    author = {Barben, Daniel},
    title = {Genome Editing: Europa benötigt ein neues Gentechnikrecht},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {8},
    year = {2018},
    url = {http://biooekonomierat.de },
    }

  • G. Garcia-Santos, Exposure of pesticide use in agriculture: methodological approaches for soil and human studies, Seft, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @book{0f4de0c56fc1e261016fc28f3c510147,
    author = {Garcia-Santos, Glenda},
    title = {{Exposure of pesticide use in agriculture: methodological approaches for soil and human studies}},
    publisher = {Seft},
    year = {2018},
    month = {8},
    isbn = {978-84-09-04024-7},
    }

  • S. D. Schäfer, R. Terlutter, and S. Diehl, “WALK THE TALK! INSIGHTS INTO EMPLOYEES´ EVALUATION OF THE AUTHENTICITY OF THEIR COMPANY´S CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION,” in Proceedings of the 2018 Conference of the American Academy of Advertising, H. Gangadharbatla, Ed., Colorado Boulder: University of Colorado Boulder, 2018, p. 128–128.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9655d09e501655d65f348001e,
    author = {Schäfer, Sarah Desirée and Terlutter, Ralf and Diehl, Sandra},
    title = {{WALK THE TALK! INSIGHTS INTO EMPLOYEES´ EVALUATION OF THE AUTHENTICITY OF THEIR COMPANY´S CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2018 Conference of the American Academy of Advertising},
    publisher = {University of Colorado Boulder},
    year = {2018},
    editor = {Harsha Gangadharbatla},
    pages = {128--128},
    address = {Colorado Boulder},
    month = {8},
    isbn = {978-0-931030-54-3},
    url = {https://aaasite.memberclicks.net/assets/Proceedings/2018f.pdf},
    }

  • E. G. Carayannis, D. F. J. Campbell, and M. P. Efthymiopoulos, Handbook of Cyber-Development, Cyber-Democracy, and Cyber-Defense, Springer Science + Business Media B.V., 2018. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09069-6
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This volume covers a wide spectrum of issues relating to economic and political development enabled by information and communication technology (ICT). Showcasing contributions from researchers, industry leaders and policymakers, this Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities created by technological innovations that are profoundly affecting the dynamics of economic growth, promotion of democratic principles, and the protection of individual, national, and regional rights. Of particular interest is the influence of ICT on the generation and dissemination of knowledge, which, in turn, empowers citizens and accelerates change across all strata of society. Each essay features literature reviews and key references; definition of critical terms and concepts, case examples; implications for practice, policy and theory; and discussion of future directions. Representing such fields as management, political science, economics, law, psychology and education, the authors cover such timely topics as health care, energy and environmental policy, banking and finance, disaster recovery, investment in research and development, homeland security and diplomacy in the context of ICT and its economic, political and social impact.

    @book{0f4de0c76fcde7f5016fd2f365c105c2,
    author = {Carayannis, Elias G. and Campbell, David F.J. and Efthymiopoulos, Marios Panagiotis},
    title = {{Handbook of Cyber-Development, Cyber-Democracy, and Cyber-Defense}},
    publisher = {Springer Science + Business Media B.V.},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {This volume covers a wide spectrum of issues relating to economic and political development enabled by information and communication technology (ICT). Showcasing contributions from researchers, industry leaders and policymakers, this Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities created by technological innovations that are profoundly affecting the dynamics of economic growth, promotion of democratic principles, and the protection of individual, national, and regional rights. Of particular interest is the influence of ICT on the generation and dissemination of knowledge, which, in turn, empowers citizens and accelerates change across all strata of society. Each essay features literature reviews and key references; definition of critical terms and concepts, case examples; implications for practice, policy and theory; and discussion of future directions. Representing such fields as management, political science, economics, law, psychology and education, the authors cover such timely topics as health care, energy and environmental policy, banking and finance, disaster recovery, investment in research and development, homeland security and diplomacy in the context of ICT and its economic, political and social impact.},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-09069-6},
    month = {9},
    isbn = {9783319090696},
    url = {https://www.springer.com/de/book/9783319090689\#aboutBook},
    }

  • F. Weder, In der Nachhaltigkeitsfalle: Neue, freche Kommunikatoren gesucht, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    [exklusiv] Im Rahmen eines Forschungsschwerpunkts zu Nachhaltigkeitskommunikation an der Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt hat bereits 2009 und aktuell erneut (2017/2018) ein Forscherteam um Franzisca Weder und Larissa Krainer unterschiedlichste Kommunikatoren nach den Barrieren aber auch den Potenzialen im Umgang mit Nachhaltigkeit in der medialen Öffentlichkeit befragt.

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    author = {Weder, Franzisca},
    title = {In der Nachhaltigkeitsfalle: Neue, freche Kommunikatoren gesucht},
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  • S. Grabner-Kräuter and A. Santana, “Biodynamic Certification Processes Advancing the Sustainability Agenda in the Wine Industry: A Comparative Study of Two Producing Regions.,” in Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society, Charlottesville, Virginia, 2018, p. 95–104. doi:10.5840/iabsproc20172811
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    author = {Grabner-Kräuter, Sonja and Santana, Adele},
    title = {{Biodynamic Certification Processes Advancing the Sustainability Agenda in the Wine Industry: A Comparative Study of Two Producing Regions.}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society},
    year = {2018},
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    series = {Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society },
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    url = {https://www.pdcnet.org/iabsproc/content/iabsproc\_2017\_0028\_0095\_0104},
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  • A. Fabris, H. P. Groß, and V. Winiwarter, “Einleitung,” in Wasser, A. Fabris, H. P. Groß, and V. Winiwarter, Eds., München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 2018, vol. 7, p. 7–10.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Fabris, Angela and Groß, Horst Peter and Winiwarter, Verena},
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  • D. F. J. Campbell and R. Aichinger, “Epistemic Governance und Dialogische Hochschul-Governance,” Zeitschrift für Hochschulrecht, vol. 61, iss. 2, p. 61–70, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Der vorliegende Beitrag erörtert Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten der Hochschul-Governance anhand der Konzepte von Epistemic Governance sowie des Dialogischen Managements. Dazu wird in der Epistemic Governance der Zugang über ein elaboriertes Qualitätsmanagement gewählt und werden Zusammenhänge sowie Effekte eines mehrstufigen und wechselseitig bezugnehmenden (zirkulären) Vorgehens beschrieben. Ergänzend dazu ermöglicht Dialogisches Management mit einem wirtschaftsethischen, auf kollektive Lernszenarien abstellenden Führungszugang, die Operationalisierung im institutionellen Kontext. Am Beispiel der FH Oberösterreich wird gezeigt, auf welche Weise sich die institutionelle Hochschul-Governance über die letzten 25 Jahre entwickelte und welche konkreten Effekte aus der Umsetzung epistemisch wie dialogisch geprägter Gestaltungselemente, wie beispielsweise der Etablierung einer Hochschulforschungs- und -entwicklungseinheit, zu identifizieren sind. Die eine tragende These(Hypothese) dieses Artikels lautet, dass im Rahmen und Kontext einer Hochschulinstitution das Hochschulmanagement und die Hochschulforschung sichdarin innovativ und kreativ ergänzen können und zusammenspielen lassen, um Qualitätsentwicklung (und Organisationsentwicklung) von Hochschulinstitutionen zu fördern.Governance-Ansätze wie Epistemic Governance und DialogischeHochschul-Governance sind dabei imstande, solch ein Zusammenspielen zu unterstützen.

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  • A. Fabris, “Einführende Worte,” in Wasser, A. Fabris, H. P. Groß, and V. Winiwarter, Eds., München, Wien: Profil Verlag, 2018, vol. 7, p. 58–60.
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  • S. Korac, I. Saliterer, and B. Weigand, “Factors Affecting the Preference for Public Sector Employment at the Pre-Entry Level: A Systematic Review,” International Public Management Journal, p. 1–44, 2018. doi:10.1080/10967494.2018.1430086
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    author = {Korac, Sanja and Saliterer, Iris and Weigand, Benedikt},
    title = {{Factors Affecting the Preference for Public Sector Employment at the Pre-Entry Level: A Systematic Review}},
    journal = {International Public Management Journal},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1080/10967494.2018.1430086},
    pages = {1--44},
    month = {3},
    }

  • R. G. Sposato and N. Hampl, “Worldviews as Predictors of Wind and Solar Energy Support in Austria: Bridging Social Acceptance and Risk Perception Research,” Energy Research & Social Science, vol. 42, p. 237–246, 2018. doi:10.1016/j.erss.2018.03.012
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    With increasing demand for renewable energy, research focusing on social acceptance of production facilities has firmly established itself over the past decades. While the influence of worldviews on individuals’ perceptions and behaviour has received widespread scholarly attention regarding a variety of related issues, social acceptance of renewable energy technologies (RET) has not been one of them. The study presented here addresses this shortcoming in the literature by examining the impact of various constructs, including worldviews, with respect to individuals’ acceptance of RET in their vicinity. The study builds on a representative sample of Austrian citizens. Our findings suggest that RET belief is most strongly associated with acceptance regarding the construction of RET in participants’ community. Further, we find that the more strongly participants feel about a variety of motives that generally support the use of renewable energies, the more accepting they are of local RET power plants. Regarding the effect of worldviews, we find that individuals who value the common good and equality are more supportive of RET in their vicinity. Our discussion focuses on the theoretical implications with particular attention to the results regarding the effect of worldviews.

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    author = {Sposato, Robert Gennaro and Hampl, Nina},
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    journal = {Energy Research \& Social Science},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {With increasing demand for renewable energy, research focusing on social acceptance of production facilities has firmly established itself over the past decades. While the influence of worldviews on individuals’ perceptions and behaviour has received widespread scholarly attention regarding a variety of related issues, social acceptance of renewable energy technologies (RET) has not been one of them. The study presented here addresses this shortcoming in the literature by examining the impact of various constructs, including worldviews, with respect to individuals’ acceptance of RET in their vicinity. The study builds on a representative sample of Austrian citizens. Our findings suggest that RET belief is most strongly associated with acceptance regarding the construction of RET in participants’ community. Further, we find that the more strongly participants feel about a variety of motives that generally support the use of renewable energies, the more accepting they are of local RET power plants. Regarding the effect of worldviews, we find that individuals who value the common good and equality are more supportive of RET in their vicinity. Our discussion focuses on the theoretical implications with particular attention to the results regarding the effect of worldviews.},
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  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, Von der klassischen Dialektforschung zur Audiovisuellen Dialektologie: Forschungsmethoden in bilingualen Situationen, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    26. GESUS-Kongress “Traditionen und Erneuerungen“, 5. – 7. April 2018, Département d’Allemand der Universität Paul Valéry in Montpellier, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3, Site St. Charles, Rue du Professeur Henri Serre, F-34080 Montpellier

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    title = {Von der klassischen Dialektforschung zur Audiovisuellen Dialektologie: Forschungsmethoden in bilingualen Situationen},
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  • R. Rauter, D. Globocnik, E. Perl-Vorbach, and R. J. Baumgartner, “Open Innovation and its Effects on Economic and Sustainability Innovation Performance,” Journal of Innovation & Knowledge, p. 1–8, 2018. doi:10.1016/j.jik.2018.03.004
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The increasing complexity of products and services, rapidly changing market demands, or growing pressure from various societal groups are trends that require companies to enact new practices to remain competitive. The external search for information and its integration in the context of open innovation is one practice that can lead to increased success. However, the full range of potential open innovation partners has not yet been sufficiently explored, and their effects on innovation performance remain unclear. In this research, we investigated the roles different open innovation partners played in improving economic innovation performance and sustainability innovation performance. Furthermore, we asked whether striving to meet economic and sustainability innovation goals represents a conflict. Drawing on a cross-sectional sample of industrial firms and applying a benchmark approach to identify the relevant performance drivers, we found that, in addition to well-known partners such as universities and customers, increased collaboration with NGOs and intermediaries is beneficial for firms. Moreover, economic innovation performance positively correlates with sustainability innovation performance. This implies that economic and sustainability innovation goals can be reached simultaneously. Thereby, this paper contributes to the open innovation literature by revealing which collaboration partners fit best to strengthen innovation performance, and by clarifying the relationship between economic and sustainability innovation performance.

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    author = {Rauter, Romana and Globocnik, Dietfried and Perl-Vorbach, Elke and Baumgartner, Rupert J.},
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    journal = {Journal of Innovation \& Knowledge},
    year = {2018},
    abstract = {The increasing complexity of products and services, rapidly changing market demands, or growing pressure from various societal groups are trends that require companies to enact new practices to remain competitive. The external search for information and its integration in the context of open innovation is one practice that can lead to increased success. However, the full range of potential open innovation partners has not yet been sufficiently explored, and their effects on innovation performance remain unclear. In this research, we investigated the roles different open innovation partners played in improving economic innovation performance and sustainability innovation performance. Furthermore, we asked whether striving to meet economic and sustainability innovation goals represents a conflict. Drawing on a cross-sectional sample of industrial firms and applying a benchmark approach to identify the relevant performance drivers, we found that, in addition to well-known partners such as universities and customers, increased collaboration with NGOs and intermediaries is beneficial for firms. Moreover, economic innovation performance positively correlates with sustainability innovation performance. This implies that economic and sustainability innovation goals can be reached simultaneously. Thereby, this paper contributes to the open innovation literature by revealing which collaboration partners fit best to strengthen innovation performance, and by clarifying the relationship between economic and sustainability innovation performance.},
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  • R. Hübner, M. Ukowitz, and R. E. Lerchster, “Netzwerk “Konsum der Zukunft“,” in Multiperspektivische Verbraucherforschung, R. Hübner, N. Tröger, C. Fridrich, and S. Nessel, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2018, p. 231–254.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Wie sieht Konsum der Zukunft aus und welche Artvon Forschung ist adäquat, um Verbraucherinnen und Verbraucher angesichts von Globalisierung,Klimawandel und Digitalisierung zukunftsgestaltend zu begleiten undunterstützen? Fragen wie diese beschäftigen Akteursgruppen verschiedensterBereiche. Die komplexen Themen, so eine Ausgangshypothese, verlangen nach einerVernetzung von Verbraucher- und Nachhaltigkeitsforschung und einschlägigenInitiativen über disziplinäre und sektorale Grenzen hinweg. Im transdisziplinärenInterventionsforschungsprojekt „Motive und Nutzen eines Netzwerks Konsum der Zukunft“ wurde thematisiert,ob und in welcher Form ein Netzwerk beitragen kann, Konsum im Sinn vonZukunftstauglichkeit und Nachhaltigkeit zu reflektieren, Interessen zu bündeln,individuelle und kollektive Handlungsoptionen zu erweitern und möglicherweise nachhaltigeKonsumpraktiken zu befördern. Dahinter steht die Frage, welche Rolle bzw.Aufgaben die Wissenschaft in diesem Feld haben könnte oder sollte, ein Thema,das besonders Forschung mit transformatorischen Ansprüchen beschäftigt. Für dieAufgabe, Veränderung zu unterstützen, bietet die Interventionsforschung einenprozessorientierten Ansatz zur Initiierung und Begleitung von kollektiven Lern-und Entwicklungsprozessen.

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  • S. Nessel, N. Tröger, C. Fridrich, and R. Hübner, “Einleitung: Multiperspektivische Verbraucherforschung,” in Multiperspektivische Verbraucherforschung, R. Hübner, N. Tröger, C. Fridrich, and S. Nessel, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2018, p. 1–11.
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  • M. Ukowitz, G. Lexer, and A. Unterguggenberger, “Green Care-Auszeithöfe und ihre Bedeutung für Gesundheitsförderung und Prävention. Ein Interventionsforschungsprojekt der Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt in Kooperation mit Green Care Österreich, der Landwirtschaftskammer Kärnten und dem Peintnerhof.,” , Klagenfurt am Wörthersee 2018.
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Ukowitz, Martina and Lexer, Georg and Unterguggenberger, Andrea},
    title = {{Green Care-Auszeithöfe und ihre Bedeutung für Gesundheitsförderung und Prävention. Ein Interventionsforschungsprojekt der Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt in Kooperation mit Green Care Österreich, der Landwirtschaftskammer Kärnten und dem Peintnerhof.}},
    year = {2018},
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  • S. Nessel, N. Tröger, C. Fridrich, and R. Hübner, “Dimensionen, Ansätze und Perspektiven einer multiperspektivischen Verbraucherforschung,” in Multiperspektivische Verbraucherforschung, R. Hübner, N. Tröger, C. Fridrich, and S. Nessel, Eds., Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2018, p. 15–51.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    In diesem Beitrag wird ein Überblick über mögliche Dimensionen, Ansätze sowie Perspektiven einer multiperspektivischen Verbraucherforschung vorgestellt. Wir diskutieren zunächst vier zentrale Dimensionen einer multiperspektivischen Verbraucherforschung: das zugrunde gelegte Konsumverständnis; konsumrelevante Akteursgruppen samt Leitbilder des Konsumenten und der Konsumentin; mögliche soziale, ökologische und ökonomische Konsumfolgen des Konsums; sowie Aspekte zur Beeinflussung bzw. Veränderung des Konsums (Abschnitt eins). Wir geben dann einen Überblick über zwei aktuelle Ansätze der Verbraucherforschung, die sich als eine erste Ausgangsbasis für eine multiperspektivische Verbraucherforschung verstehen und in verschiedenen Disziplinen und Kontexten angewendet werden: verhaltensbasierte Ansätze und sog. Praxistheorien (Abschnitt zwei). Am Beispiel nachhaltigkeitsbezogener Konsumdiskurse und der Verbraucherbildung, deren Beschreibung zwischen Marktorientierung und emanzipatorischem Anspruch oszilliert, wird dann herausgearbeitet, dass es wichtig ist, die den genannten Theorien zugrunde liegenden konsumtheoretischen Annahmen offen zu legen, damit sie neue Perspektiven der Verbraucherforschung eröffnen können (Abschnitt drei). Wir schließen mit einem kurzen Fazit und einem Ausblick (Abschnitt vier).

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  • J. Pilz, Z. Bo, L. Han, J. Wu, Z. Shuyan, and Y. Fan, “An integrated approach for extraction of lithology information using the SPOT 6 imagery in a heavily Quaternary-covered region –North Baoji District of China,” Geological Journal, p. 352–363, 2018.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c968852cea016885b15dd700d8,
    author = {Pilz, Jürgen and Bo, Zhao and Han, Ling and Wu, Jianjian and Shuyan, Zhang and Fan, Yang},
    title = {{An integrated approach for extraction of lithology information using the SPOT 6 imagery in a heavily Quaternary-covered region –North Baoji District of China}},
    journal = {Geological Journal},
    year = {2018},
    pages = {352--363},
    month = {4},
    }

  • H. Maurer-Lausegger, Predstavitev in analiza dialektološko-etnološkega filma „Kritje lesene strehe“ (2017) z območja Karavank na južnem Koroškem, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Dokumentarfilm Holzdach-Decken, Kärntner slowenische Mundart, Rosental/Rož

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    abstract = {Dokumentarfilm Holzdach-Decken, Kärntner slowenische Mundart, Rosental/Rož},
    author = {Maurer-Lausegger, Herta},
    title = {Predstavitev in analiza dialektološko-etnološkega filma „Kritje lesene strehe“ (2017) z območja Karavank na južnem Koroškem },
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {4},
    year = {2018},
    }

  • F. Weder, Problemfall Nachhaltigkeit:, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c7635ef3eb01636302b61c0275,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca},
    title = {Problemfall Nachhaltigkeit: },
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {4},
    year = {2018},
    url = {https://derstandard.at/2000078020681/Problemfall-Nachhaltigkeit-Revoluzzer-im-Journalismus-gesucht},
    }

  • I. Saliterer and S. Korac, “Externe Evaluierung der Haushaltsrechtsreform des Bundes im Jahr 2017,” 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
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    author = {Saliterer, Iris and Korac, Sanja},
    title = {{Externe Evaluierung der Haushaltsrechtsreform des Bundes im Jahr 2017}},
    year = {2018},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://www.bmf.gv.at/budget/haushaltsrechtsreform/Endbericht\_Externe\_Evaluierung\_Bundeshaushaltsgesetz\_April\_2.pdf?6i61yf},
    }

  • I. Saliterer, S. Korac, A. Bergmann, and S. Fuchs, “Externe Evaluierung der Haushaltsrechtsreform des Bundes im Jahr 2017,” 2018.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @techreport{0f4de0c76875f8db01687706e3ab024e,
    author = {Saliterer, Iris and Korac, Sanja and Bergmann, Andreas and Fuchs, Sandro},
    title = {{Externe Evaluierung der Haushaltsrechtsreform des Bundes im Jahr 2017}},
    year = {2018},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://www.bmf.gv.at/budget/haushaltsrechtsreform/AAU\_AP3\_Doppisches\_Haushaltswesen\_Endbericht.pdf?6i61ye},
    }

  • A. Bauer, “When is the future? Temporal ordering in anticipatory policy advice.,” Futures, vol. 101, p. 36–45, 2018. doi:10.1016/j.futures.2018.06.002
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c76764d439016778289c5005a0,
    author = {Bauer, Anja},
    title = {{When is the future? Temporal ordering in anticipatory policy advice.}},
    journal = {Futures},
    year = {2018},
    doi = {10.1016/j.futures.2018.06.002 },
    volume = {101},
    pages = {36--45},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2018.06.002},
    }

2017

  • D. Pont, J. W. Day, and C. Ibanez, “The impact of two large floods (1993-1994) on sediment deposition in the Rhone delta: Implications for sustainable management,” Science of the Total Environment, iss. 609, p. 251–262, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.07.155
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In October 1993 and January 1994, two large floods with peak discharge of 9800 and 10,980 m(3)/s and total suspended solid transport of 10.7 x 10(6) and 9.7 x 10(6) tons, respectively, occurred on theRhone River. Both floods led to multiple levee breeches in the Northern part of the delta resulting inthe introduction of 131 x 10(6) and 54.9 x 10(6) m(3) of river water, respectively. In both cases, theflood water drained to the southern lagoons and was partly pumped directly back to the Rhone or to the sea. Most of the 390,000 tons of sediment introduced remained in the Northern inundated area with accretion ranging from 70 mm near the breaches to 4 mm 6-8 km away. This last value is close to the mean accretion value (3.7 mm) inferred from the water budget and the estimation of the total quantity of sediment introduced in the flooded area. In a small area near the mouth of the Rhone river still receiving natural overflow from the river, total deposition during both floods was as high as 10 cm. The Rhone delta is facing an uncertain future with projected sea-level rise. The results of this study show that large introductions of river water can help sustain the delta in the face of climate change. Controlled introductions of river water using riverside closable structures, as in being done in other deltas, could be done in a way that delivers water and sediments to the places where it is needed most and at the same time protect important infrastructure.

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    author = {Pont, Didier and Day, John W. and Ibanez, Carles},
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    journal = {Science of the Total Environment },
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {In October 1993 and January 1994, two large floods with peak discharge of 9800 and 10,980 m(3)/s and total suspended solid transport of 10.7 x 10(6) and 9.7 x 10(6) tons, respectively, occurred on theRhone River. Both floods led to multiple levee breeches in the Northern part of the delta resulting inthe introduction of 131 x 10(6) and 54.9 x 10(6) m(3) of river water, respectively. In both cases, theflood water drained to the southern lagoons and was partly pumped directly back to the Rhone or to the sea. Most of the 390,000 tons of sediment introduced remained in the Northern inundated area with accretion ranging from 70 mm near the breaches to 4 mm 6-8 km away. This last value is close to the mean accretion value (3.7 mm) inferred from the water budget and the estimation of the total quantity of sediment introduced in the flooded area. In a small area near the mouth of the Rhone river still receiving natural overflow from the river, total deposition during both floods was as high as 10 cm. The Rhone delta is facing an uncertain future with projected sea-level rise. The results of this study show that large introductions of river water can help sustain the delta in the face of climate change. Controlled introductions of river water using riverside closable structures, as in being done in other deltas, could be done in a way that delivers water and sediments to the places where it is needed most and at the same time protect important infrastructure. },
    doi = {10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.07.155},
    number = {609},
    pages = {251--262},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048969717318582?via\%3Dihub},
    }

  • R. Kapadia and M. Borovcnik, “Unsicherheit verstehen lernen: Unterricht in Wahrscheinlichkeit auf der Sekundarstufe,” Mathematik im Unterricht – Ausgabe 8, vol. 8, p. 87–102, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Dieser Aufsatz baut auf vier Jahrzehnten Forschungszusammenarbeit auf, welche in jüngerer Zeit mit den zwei eröffnenden Kapiteln in einem Buch über Stochastisches Denken (Probabilistic Thinking 2014) einen vorläufigen Höhepunkt gefunden hat; die Ideen, welche schon in Zufällige Begegnungen (Chance Encounters 1991) indirekt angelegt waren, wurden verfeinert. Der Fokus liegt dabei auf ‚Verstehen‘, ein Konzept, das in Bildungsfragen oft hervorgebracht aber selten eingelöst wird. Wir gehen davon aus, dass es wesentlich ist, beim gegenwärtigen Wissen der Lernenden anzusetzen anstatt alle unterrichtlichen Bemühungen auf wünschenswerte Ziele hin auszurichten. Wir präsentieren und erörtern Ideen über Lehrstrategien auf dem Niveau der Sekundarstufe, welche auf frühe Arbeiten im Rahmen des Schools Council in England bis hin zu jüngeren Aufsätzen in diesem Jahrhundert über den Unterricht von Risiko im Kontext von Wahrscheinlichkeit zurückgreifen.Keywords: A priori-Wahrscheinlichkeit; Frequentistische Wahrscheinlichkeit; Subjektivistische Wahrscheinlichkeit; Stochastisches Denken; Risiko; Ungewissheit.

    @article{0f4de0c7611eccbc016122d42e8708d1,
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    abstract = {Dieser Aufsatz baut auf vier Jahrzehnten Forschungszusammenarbeit auf, welche in jüngerer Zeit mit den zwei eröffnenden Kapiteln in einem Buch über Stochastisches Denken (Probabilistic Thinking 2014) einen vorläufigen Höhepunkt gefunden hat; die Ideen, welche schon in Zufällige Begegnungen (Chance Encounters 1991) indirekt angelegt waren, wurden verfeinert. Der Fokus liegt dabei auf ‚Verstehen‘, ein Konzept, das in Bildungsfragen oft hervorgebracht aber selten eingelöst wird. Wir gehen davon aus, dass es wesentlich ist, beim gegenwärtigen Wissen der Lernenden anzusetzen anstatt alle unterrichtlichen Bemühungen auf wünschenswerte Ziele hin auszurichten. Wir präsentieren und erörtern Ideen über Lehrstrategien auf dem Niveau der Sekundarstufe, welche auf frühe Arbeiten im Rahmen des Schools Council in England bis hin zu jüngeren Aufsätzen in diesem Jahrhundert über den Unterricht von Risiko im Kontext von Wahrscheinlichkeit zurückgreifen.Keywords: A priori-Wahrscheinlichkeit; Frequentistische Wahrscheinlichkeit; Subjektivistische Wahrscheinlichkeit; Stochastisches Denken; Risiko; Ungewissheit.},
    volume = {8},
    pages = {87--102},
    month = {12},
    isbn = {978-0-244-35156-4},
    }

  • W. Krohn, A. Grunwald, and M. Ukowitz, “Transdisziplinäre Forschung revisited.Erkenntnisinteressen, Forschungsgegenstände,Wissensform und Methodologie,” GAIA – Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, iss. 4, p. 341–347, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c7611eccbc016122747a400450,
    author = {Krohn, Wolfgang and Grunwald, Armin and Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{Transdisziplinäre Forschung revisited.Erkenntnisinteressen, Forschungsgegenstände,Wissensform und Methodologie}},
    journal = {GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society},
    year = {2017},
    number = {4},
    pages = {341--347},
    month = {12},
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  • M. Borovcnik, “New technologies, software, and e-learning – Enriching courses in introductory statistics and probability,” Uygulamalı Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, vol. 1, iss. 2, p. 62–78, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    New Technologies changed the applications of statistics completely so that more statistics is applied nowadays than 25 years ago, which generates a need for a wider education in statistics even at an introductory level. At the same time, these technologies open the way to teach the subject matter of statistics completely differently than in the pre-computer era. We illustrate various approaches of technology-based teaching and identify key issues for their success. Large-scale e-learning projects, locally organised computer-based learning environments, and additional applets used to illustrate complex concepts, calculations outsourced to software are some of the many options to enrich the statistics course. The recommendations are for students of non-mathematical studies. The future class at university includes a diversity of information sources and a new role for academic teachers as organisers of the work in small groups rather than communicating the content in a big lecture hall. We illustrate the potential of systemic solutions for an introductory course in probability and statistics by a general discussion and by the extensive and long-term feedback from our own students.Keywords: Success criteria for e-learning, Feedback for students, Exemplary solutions to tasks, Statistical applets

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    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
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    year = {2017},
    abstract = {New Technologies changed the applications of statistics completely so that more statistics is applied nowadays than 25 years ago, which generates a need for a wider education in statistics even at an introductory level. At the same time, these technologies open the way to teach the subject matter of statistics completely differently than in the pre-computer era. We illustrate various approaches of technology-based teaching and identify key issues for their success. Large-scale e-learning projects, locally organised computer-based learning environments, and additional applets used to illustrate complex concepts, calculations outsourced to software are some of the many options to enrich the statistics course. The recommendations are for students of non-mathematical studies. The future class at university includes a diversity of information sources and a new role for academic teachers as organisers of the work in small groups rather than communicating the content in a big lecture hall. We illustrate the potential of systemic solutions for an introductory course in probability and statistics by a general discussion and by the extensive and long-term feedback from our own students.Keywords: Success criteria for e-learning, Feedback for students, Exemplary solutions to tasks, Statistical applets},
    volume = {1},
    number = {2},
    pages = {62--78},
    month = {12},
    url = {http://dergipark.gov.tr/iuusbd/issue/33501},
    }

  • V. Kucher and M. Rulofs, “Die “LehrerInnenbildung Neu” in Österreich: Was bringt sie mit sich?,” Schulverwaltung spezial, iss. 5, p. 203–205, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c7606a612f01606e9c698004fd,
    author = {Kucher, Vesna and Rulofs, Martina},
    title = {{Die "LehrerInnenbildung Neu" in Österreich: Was bringt sie mit sich?}},
    journal = {Schulverwaltung spezial},
    year = {2017},
    number = {5},
    pages = {203--205},
    month = {12},
    url = {https://shop.wolterskluwer.de/oeffentliche-verwaltung/schulmanagement/unterricht/66600047-schulverwaltung-spezial.html},
    }

  • T. M. Schuschnig, “Aktueller Stand der Nachhaltigkeitsberichterstattung von Unternehmen des Prime Market der Wiener Börse,” IRZ Zeitschrift für internationale Rechnungslegung, iss. 12, p. 525–531, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c95f975b6a015f9a7b58e90030,
    author = {Schuschnig, Tanja Maria},
    title = {{Aktueller Stand der Nachhaltigkeitsberichterstattung von Unternehmen des Prime Market der Wiener Börse}},
    journal = {IRZ Zeitschrift für internationale Rechnungslegung},
    year = {2017},
    number = {12},
    pages = {525--531},
    month = {12},
    }

  • H. Egner, “Herausforderungen für die (Welt-)Gesellschaft,” geographie.aktuell, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Beitrag 4 der Reihe: Im Fokus: Das Anthropozän – Ein neues Erdzeitalter?

    @article{0f4de0c95f975b6a015f9fd6767f03d3,
    author = {Egner, Heike},
    title = {{Herausforderungen für die (Welt-)Gesellschaft}},
    journal = {geographie.aktuell},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Beitrag 4 der Reihe: Im Fokus: Das Anthropozän - Ein neues Erdzeitalter?},
    month = {12},
    }

  • I. Engert-Oostingh, M. Borovcnik, and K. Fuchs, “Stochastik spielend unterrichten,” Mathematik im Unterricht – Ausgabe 8, vol. 8, p. 115–125, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Die Entwicklung eines umfassenderen Konzepts für die Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung, das auf eine Unterrichtsdauer von acht Jahren ausgerichtet ist, steht bei der vorliegenden Arbeit im Mittelpunkt. Leitidee dafür ist genetisches Lernen, das sich sowohl an der historischen Entwicklung des Fachgebiets (historisch-genetisch), als auch an der Entwicklung der Lernenden orientiert. Zudem soll es anwendungs- und schülerorientiert sein, um ihnen so durch einen Sokratisch-genetischen Zugang im Sinne der Entwicklung eines unterrichtlichen Dialogs den Zugang zu Begriffen und Methoden zu erleichtern. Der hier vorgestellte Lehrgang nutzt den angeborenen Spieltrieb. Erfahrungsgemäß fällt es Lernenden durch Spielen und Spielanalysen leichter, ein Gebiet der Mathematik zu erschließen und die erworbenen Kenntnisse danach zu vertiefen.Keywords. Genetisches Lernen; Sokratischer Dialog; Spiele; Tätigkeit des Spielens; Lehrgang

    @article{0f4de0c7611eccbc016122dec38e0928,
    author = {Engert-Oostingh, Ingo and Borovcnik, Manfred and Fuchs, Karl},
    title = {{Stochastik spielend unterrichten}},
    journal = {Mathematik im Unterricht - Ausgabe 8},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Die Entwicklung eines umfassenderen Konzepts für die Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung, das auf eine Unterrichtsdauer von acht Jahren ausgerichtet ist, steht bei der vorliegenden Arbeit im Mittelpunkt. Leitidee dafür ist genetisches Lernen, das sich sowohl an der historischen Entwicklung des Fachgebiets (historisch-genetisch), als auch an der Entwicklung der Lernenden orientiert. Zudem soll es anwendungs- und schülerorientiert sein, um ihnen so durch einen Sokratisch-genetischen Zugang im Sinne der Entwicklung eines unterrichtlichen Dialogs den Zugang zu Begriffen und Methoden zu erleichtern. Der hier vorgestellte Lehrgang nutzt den angeborenen Spieltrieb. Erfahrungsgemäß fällt es Lernenden durch Spielen und Spielanalysen leichter, ein Gebiet der Mathematik zu erschließen und die erworbenen Kenntnisse danach zu vertiefen.Keywords. Genetisches Lernen; Sokratischer Dialog; Spiele; Tätigkeit des Spielens; Lehrgang},
    volume = {8},
    pages = {115--125},
    month = {12},
    isbn = {978-0-244-35156-4},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik and K. Fuchs, “Statistik-Ausbildung an den Schulen,” Mathematik im Unterricht – Ausgabe 8, vol. 8, p. 83–86, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    An den Statistik-Tagen der Österreichischen Statistischen Gesellschaft (ÖSG) gab es eine eigene Sektion zur Ausbildung in Statistik an den Schulen. Natürlich ist die Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung dabei inbegriffen. Die Vorträge waren so geplant, dass sie einen Einblick und Überblick über wichtige Zugänge zur Stochastik (Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung und Statistik) bieten und gleichzeitig über die anstehenden Schwierigkeiten, gerade diese beiden Teilgebiete der Mathematik zu unterrichten, orientieren. Auf die Beiträge in dieser Sektion wird im Folgenden eingegangen.

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    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred and Fuchs, Karl},
    title = {{Statistik-Ausbildung an den Schulen}},
    journal = {Mathematik im Unterricht - Ausgabe 8},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {An den Statistik-Tagen der Österreichischen Statistischen Gesellschaft (ÖSG) gab es eine eigene Sektion zur Ausbildung in Statistik an den Schulen. Natürlich ist die Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung dabei inbegriffen. Die Vorträge waren so geplant, dass sie einen Einblick und Überblick über wichtige Zugänge zur Stochastik (Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung und Statistik) bieten und gleichzeitig über die anstehenden Schwierigkeiten, gerade diese beiden Teilgebiete der Mathematik zu unterrichten, orientieren. Auf die Beiträge in dieser Sektion wird im Folgenden eingegangen.},
    volume = {8},
    pages = {83--86},
    month = {12},
    isbn = {978-0-244-35156-4},
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  • Mathematik im Unterricht – Ausgabe 8, G. Maresch, K. Fuchs, M. Borovcnik, S. Plangg, M. Zöggeler, and A. Dominik, Eds., Paris-Lodron-Universität Salzburg, 2017, vol. 8.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Die Reihe Mathematik im Unterricht stellt verschiedenartigste Aspekte für einen modernen und sinnstiftenden Mathematikunterricht in den Mittelpunkt. Dabei werden aktuelle bildungspolitische Themen ebenso diskutiert wie innermathematische und fachdidaktische Problemstellungen

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    title = {{Mathematik im Unterricht - Ausgabe 8}},
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  • K. Katja and M. Borovcnik, “Daten, die uns angehen – Statistische Grundbildung fördern mit Analysen amtlicher Statistiken,” Mathematik im Unterricht – Ausgabe 8, vol. 8, p. 103–114, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Wir präsentieren eine didaktische Analyse ausgewählter Themen in Zusammenhang mit Statistik und Gesellschaft, die sich zur Förderung statistischer Grundbildung im Schulunterricht eignen. Dazu nutzen wir amtliche Daten über die Bevölkerungsentwicklung und das Netto-Einkommen aus Open-Source-Quellen wie das Statistische Bundesamt und die Eurostat Datenressourcen. Ein Unterrichtsversuch zur Modellierung der Projektion der Bevölkerungsentwicklung in Deutschland wird ausführlicher dargestellt; der Zugang ist gedacht für die Sekundarstufe II. Die Modellierung basiert auf Geburten, Sterbefällen und Wanderbewegungen. Die einzelnen Schritte der Modellierung werden didaktisch aufbereitet und reflektiert. Das Thema ist motivierend und herausfordernd zugleich und trifft auf die gegenwärtige öffentliche Diskussion über demographischen Wandel und Migration in Deutschland.

    @article{0f4de0c7611eccbc016122d904ab08ee,
    author = {Katja, Krüger and Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Daten, die uns angehen – Statistische Grundbildung fördern mit Analysen amtlicher Statistiken}},
    journal = {Mathematik im Unterricht - Ausgabe 8},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Wir präsentieren eine didaktische Analyse ausgewählter Themen in Zusammenhang mit Statistik und Gesellschaft, die sich zur Förderung statistischer Grundbildung im Schulunterricht eignen. Dazu nutzen wir amtliche Daten über die Bevölkerungsentwicklung und das Netto-Einkommen aus Open-Source-Quellen wie das Statistische Bundesamt und die Eurostat Datenressourcen. Ein Unterrichtsversuch zur Modellierung der Projektion der Bevölkerungsentwicklung in Deutschland wird ausführlicher dargestellt; der Zugang ist gedacht für die Sekundarstufe II. Die Modellierung basiert auf Geburten, Sterbefällen und Wanderbewegungen. Die einzelnen Schritte der Modellierung werden didaktisch aufbereitet und reflektiert. Das Thema ist motivierend und herausfordernd zugleich und trifft auf die gegenwärtige öffentliche Diskussion über demographischen Wandel und Migration in Deutschland.},
    volume = {8},
    pages = {103--114},
    month = {12},
    isbn = {978-0-244-35156-4},
    }

  • M. Borovcnik, “Applets als Bereicherung der Ausbildung in Stochastik in der Schule,” Mathematik im Unterricht – Ausgabe 8, vol. 8, p. 155–171, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Wir stellen einige didaktisch inspirierte dynamische Visualisierungen vor, welche wir auch in unserer Einführung in die Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung und Statistik einsetzen, um das Verständnis für komplexere Konzepte zu unterstützen. Bei der Erstellung der Applets lassen wir uns unter anderem von folgenden Zielvorstellungen leiten: i) Der abstrakte Begriff Wahrscheinlichkeit wird durch seine Spuren in relativen Häufigkeiten in wiederholten Versuchen illustriert. ii) Die Auswirkung von Parametern in stochastischen Modellen wird durch systematisches Variieren gezeigt. iii) Wichtige, zentrale Sätze (Grenzverteilungssätze) werden durch Simulation in Aktion gezeigt, anstelle eines – materiell nicht darstellbaren Grenzwerts – wird nur die Monotonie des Verhaltens gezeigt. Durch Erkennen eines stabilen Musters wird ein Gedankenexperiment angeregt, das den Sachverhalt verständlich macht. Allen Applets ist ein dynamisches Verändern der Situation gemein. Wie in einem Film sieht man die Mathematik entstehen.Keywords: Blended Learning; Neue Technologien; Fundamentale Ideen zu Wahrscheinlichkeit; Statistische Schlüsselbegriffe

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    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Applets als Bereicherung der Ausbildung in Stochastik in der Schule}},
    journal = {Mathematik im Unterricht - Ausgabe 8},
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    volume = {8},
    pages = {155--171},
    month = {12},
    isbn = {978-0-244-35156-4},
    }

  • H. Egner, J. Kubelka, and D. Just, “Fettix – Regionalverkehrsplan Kärnten. Vergleich der t0-Erhebungen 2012-2017,” , Klagenfurt 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @techreport{0f4de0c76123327e016126bc16b50621,
    author = {Egner, Heike and Kubelka, Julia and Just, Daniel},
    title = {{Fettix - Regionalverkehrsplan Kärnten. Vergleich der t0-Erhebungen 2012-2017}},
    year = {2017},
    address = {Klagenfurt},
    month = {12},
    }

  • M. Evers, B. Hoellerman, A. Almoradie, G. Garcia-Santos, and L. Taft, “The pluralistic water research concept- A new human-water system research approach,” water, vol. 9, iss. 12, p. 933–945, 2017. doi:10.3390/w9120933
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The use and management of water systems is influenced by a number of factors, such as economic growth, global change (e.g., urbanization, hydrological-climatic changes), politics, history and culture. Despite noteworthy efforts to develop integrative approaches to analyse water-related problems, human-water research remains a major challenge for scholars and decision makers due to the increasing complexity of human and water systems interactions. Although existing concepts try to integrate the social and water dimensions, they usually have a disciplinary starting point and perspective, which can represent an obstacle to true integration in human-water research. Hence, a pluralistic approach is required to better understand the interactions between human and water systems. This paper discusses prominent human-water concepts (Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), socio-hydrology, and political ecology/hydrosocial approach) and presents a newly developed concept termed pluralistic water research (PWR). This is not only a pluralistic but also an integrative and interdisciplinary approach which aims to coherently and comprehensively integrate human-water dimensions. The different concepts are illustrated in a synopsis, and diverse framing of research questions are exemplified. The PWR concept integrates physical and social sciences, which enables a comprehensive analysis of human-water interactions and relations. This can lead to a better understanding of water-related issues and potentially sustainable trajectories.

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    author = {Evers, Mariele and Hoellerman, Britta and Almoradie, Adrian and Garcia-Santos, Glenda and Taft, Linda},
    title = {{The pluralistic water research concept- A new human-water system research approach}},
    journal = {water},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {The use and management of water systems is influenced by a number of factors, such as economic growth, global change (e.g., urbanization, hydrological-climatic changes), politics, history and culture. Despite noteworthy efforts to develop integrative approaches to analyse water-related problems, human-water research remains a major challenge for scholars and decision makers due to the increasing complexity of human and water systems interactions. Although existing concepts try to integrate the social and water dimensions, they usually have a disciplinary starting point and perspective, which can represent an obstacle to true integration in human-water research. Hence, a pluralistic approach is required to better understand the interactions between human and water systems. This paper discusses prominent human-water concepts (Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), socio-hydrology, and political ecology/hydrosocial approach) and presents a newly developed concept termed pluralistic water research (PWR). This is not only a pluralistic but also an integrative and interdisciplinary approach which aims to coherently and comprehensively integrate human-water dimensions. The different concepts are illustrated in a synopsis, and diverse framing of research questions are exemplified. The PWR concept integrates physical and social sciences, which enables a comprehensive analysis of human-water interactions and relations. This can lead to a better understanding of water-related issues and potentially sustainable trajectories.},
    doi = {10.3390/w9120933},
    volume = {9},
    number = {12},
    pages = {933--945},
    month = {11},
    url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/9/12/933/pdf},
    }

  • F. Weder, Klimawandel und Nachhaltigkeit nach der Wahl: Achtung vor Umdeutungen, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c7635ef3eb01636311da2802b5,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca},
    title = {Klimawandel und Nachhaltigkeit nach der Wahl: Achtung vor Umdeutungen},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2017},
    url = {https://derstandard.at/2000067690800/Klimawandel-und-Nachhaltigkeit-nach-der-Wahl-Achtung-vor-Umdeutungen},
    }

  • D. Zollner, J. Falkner, H. Egner, and M. Jungmeier, Best practice Science_Linknockberge? Benefits and challenges of five years of co-operation between biosphere reserve and university, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Biospherereserves as recognised model regions for sustainable development are supposedto maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, newtechnologies and scholarly discussions. Science_Linknockberge is aninstitutionalised cooperation between the biosphere reserve Kärntner Nockbergeand Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt. In their contribution, the authors providean overview on the cooperation, reflect their experiences and argue that such acooperation is mutually beneficial for all sides: the management of thebiosphere reserve, the university as well as the region to which the biospherereserve belongs

    @misc{0f4de0c95df07947015e03c36a2e00c7,
    abstract = {Biospherereserves as recognised model regions for sustainable development are supposedto maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, newtechnologies and scholarly discussions. Science\_Linknockberge is aninstitutionalised cooperation between the biosphere reserve Kärntner Nockbergeand Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt. In their contribution, the authors providean overview on the cooperation, reflect their experiences and argue that such acooperation is mutually beneficial for all sides: the management of thebiosphere reserve, the university as well as the region to which the biospherereserve belongs},
    author = {Zollner, Daniel and Falkner, Julia and Egner, Heike and Jungmeier, Michael},
    title = {Best practice Science\_Linknockberge? Benefits and challenges of five years of co-operation between biosphere reserve and university},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2017},
    url = {http://www.nationalparksaustria.at/pages\_file/de/532/6th\_symposium2017\_programme.pdf},
    }

  • D. Barben, Bioökonomie für eine nachhaltige Ernährung. Neue Ansätze für die Proteinversorgung der Zukunft., 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c96128f8320161320304f81387,
    author = {Barben, Daniel},
    title = {Bioökonomie für eine nachhaltige Ernährung. Neue Ansätze für die Proteinversorgung der Zukunft. },
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {11},
    year = {2017},
    url = {http://biooekonomierat.de },
    }

  • S. M. Preiml, H. Egner, and H. Kirchmeir, “Biotopholzerfassung im Schutzgebiet Lendspitz-Maiernigg. Praktische Umsetzung einer effizienten Totholzerhebungsmethode,” Carinthia II, vol. 127, iss. 207, p. 631–642, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Wissen über Biotopholzbestände ist aus einer Vielzahl an Gründen erforderlich – u.a. für den Schutz von Lebensräumen und die Verjüngung von Waldbeständen. Allerdings erweist sich die Erhebung von Biotopgehölzen bislang als eine Herausforderung. Der Beitrag stellt die Line-Intersekt-Methode vor, eine vereinfachte und zeitsparende Aufnahmemethode, die es erlaubt, die Aufnahme durch nur eine Person durchzuführen. Die Methode wurde im Natura 2000-Schutzgebiet Lendspitz-Maiernigg entwickelt und erprobt. Das Gebiet eignet sich – neben der einfachen Zugänglichkeit – vor allem dadurch, da in mehr als der Hälfte des Schutzgebiets ausgewiesene Waldbiotoptypen vorhanden sind. Die Aufnahme stehenden und liegenden Totgehölzes sowie lebender Habitatbäume erfolgte in quantitativer (Häufigkeit, Brusthöhendurchmesser, Höhe) und qualitativer Weise (Zersetzungsgrad und besondere Merkmale). In den Waldbiotypen wurden Totholzmengen von \textasciitilde9 m3/ha bis \textasciitilde78 m3/ha vorgefunden, das durchschnittliche Totholzvolumen der Waldbiotoptypen wurde mit \textasciitilde36 m3/ha errechnet. Die vorliegenden Werte ermöglichen Rückschlüsse auf das Biotopholzvorkommen des Schutzgebiets mit Schwerpunkt auf Erlenbruch- und Sumpfwäldern, der vorherrschenden Waldgesellschaft im Erhebungsgebiet.

    @article{0f4de0c75e2d4c6f015e37bbb30c0149,
    author = {Preiml, Stefanie Margarita and Egner, Heike and Kirchmeir, Hanns},
    title = {{Biotopholzerfassung im Schutzgebiet Lendspitz-Maiernigg. Praktische Umsetzung einer effizienten Totholzerhebungsmethode}},
    journal = {Carinthia II},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Wissen über Biotopholzbestände ist aus einer Vielzahl an Gründen erforderlich – u.a. für den Schutz von Lebensräumen und die Verjüngung von Waldbeständen. Allerdings erweist sich die Erhebung von Biotopgehölzen bislang als eine Herausforderung. Der Beitrag stellt die Line-Intersekt-Methode vor, eine vereinfachte und zeitsparende Aufnahmemethode, die es erlaubt, die Aufnahme durch nur eine Person durchzuführen. Die Methode wurde im Natura 2000-Schutzgebiet Lendspitz-Maiernigg entwickelt und erprobt. Das Gebiet eignet sich – neben der einfachen Zugänglichkeit – vor allem dadurch, da in mehr als der Hälfte des Schutzgebiets ausgewiesene Waldbiotoptypen vorhanden sind. Die Aufnahme stehenden und liegenden Totgehölzes sowie lebender Habitatbäume erfolgte in quantitativer (Häufigkeit, Brusthöhendurchmesser, Höhe) und qualitativer Weise (Zersetzungsgrad und besondere Merkmale). In den Waldbiotypen wurden Totholzmengen von \textasciitilde9 m3/ha bis \textasciitilde78 m3/ha vorgefunden, das durchschnittliche Totholzvolumen der Waldbiotoptypen wurde mit \textasciitilde36 m3/ha errechnet. Die vorliegenden Werte ermöglichen Rückschlüsse auf das Biotopholzvorkommen des Schutzgebiets mit Schwerpunkt auf Erlenbruch- und Sumpfwäldern, der vorherrschenden Waldgesellschaft im Erhebungsgebiet.},
    volume = {127},
    number = {207},
    pages = {631--642},
    month = {11},
    }

  • H. Egner, “Was bedeutet das Anthropozän für uns als Gesellschaft?,” in Anthropzän – Ein neuer Blick auf die Erde als unseren Lebensraum, Mallnitz: Nationalparkverwaltung Hohe Tauern, Kärnten, 2017, p. 17–21.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Akzeptiert man die Idee des Anthropozäns als eine angemessene Diagnose der Situation auf unserem Planeten, dann hat dies handfeste Folgen – zum einen sicherlich für Wissenschaft und Bildung, zum anderen aber auch für uns als Gesellschaft und vermutlich sogar für jeden einzelnen von uns. Aus den sehr grundlegenden und vielfältigen Folgen greift der Beitrag zwei Aspekte heraus und geht folgenden Fragen nach:Verschwindet mit der These des Anthropozäns die Natur? Was bedeutet das Anthropozän dann für ein Naturschutzgebiet, wie z. B. den Nationalpark Hohe Tauern?Die besondere Herausforderung: Zeit. Was heißt es, dass wir Menschen eine „geophysikalische Kraft planetaren Ausmaßes“ geworden sind und damit Veränderungen bewirken, die geologische Zeiträume berühren?

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    author = {Egner, Heike},
    title = {{Was bedeutet das Anthropozän für uns als Gesellschaft?}},
    booktitle = {Anthropzän - Ein neuer Blick auf die Erde als unseren Lebensraum},
    publisher = {Nationalparkverwaltung Hohe Tauern, Kärnten},
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    abstract = {Akzeptiert man die Idee des Anthropozäns als eine angemessene Diagnose der Situation auf unserem Planeten, dann hat dies handfeste Folgen – zum einen sicherlich für Wissenschaft und Bildung, zum anderen aber auch für uns als Gesellschaft und vermutlich sogar für jeden einzelnen von uns. Aus den sehr grundlegenden und vielfältigen Folgen greift der Beitrag zwei Aspekte heraus und geht folgenden Fragen nach:Verschwindet mit der These des Anthropozäns die Natur? Was bedeutet das Anthropozän dann für ein Naturschutzgebiet, wie z. B. den Nationalpark Hohe Tauern?Die besondere Herausforderung: Zeit. Was heißt es, dass wir Menschen eine „geophysikalische Kraft planetaren Ausmaßes“ geworden sind und damit Veränderungen bewirken, die geologische Zeiträume berühren?},
    pages = {17--21},
    address = {Mallnitz},
    month = {11},
    url = {http://hohetauern.at/images/dateien-hp/2017/Kaernten/Tagungsband\_Anthropoz\%C3\%A4n\_25.-26.09.pdf},
    }

  • R. Müller and M. Borovcnik, Kinder kommen von Störchen: Statistik richtig verstehen, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Auswertungen von Datenbeständen regieren zunehmend die Welt: Amazon errechnet, was wir kaufen wollen, Google interpretiert anhand von Suchanfragen, wer wir sind, die Gesundheitsvorsorge fußt auf Statistik. Manfred Borovcnik ortet Kompetenzerweiterungsbedarf für das Verstehen von Statistik.Kinder kommen von Störchen, eindeutig! Dies erklärt sich dadurch, dass die Geburtenzahlen sinken, wenn es weniger Störche gibt. Der außerordentliche Professor am Institut für Statistik Manfred Borovcnik bringt dieses „alte“ Beispiel, um zu illustrieren, wie Daten interpretiert werden. Im Fall der Störche gibt es eine Drittvariable in Form der Industrialisierung: Sie ist für mehr Bebauung von Landflächen verantwortlich, weswegen Storchpopulationen zurückgedrängt werden. Und im Zuge der Industrialisierung wurden mehr Frauen erwerbstätig, was geringere Geburtenzahlen zur Folge hatte. Richtig gelesen kommen die Kinder also nicht von den Störchen, sondern die Industrialisierung ist Teil eines Phänomens, das in Zusammenhang mit Storchpopulationen und Geburten steht. Für Borovcnik wird so deutlich, dass eine Statistik immer nur ein Hilfsmittel sein kann, das aber für die richtige Interpretation stets kompetente LeserInnen braucht. […]

    @misc{0f4de0c7611eccbc016122a1bd060623,
    abstract = {Auswertungen von Datenbeständen regieren zunehmend die Welt: Amazon errechnet, was wir kaufen wollen, Google interpretiert anhand von Suchanfragen, wer wir sind, die Gesundheitsvorsorge fußt auf Statistik. Manfred Borovcnik ortet Kompetenzerweiterungsbedarf für das Verstehen von Statistik.Kinder kommen von Störchen, eindeutig! Dies erklärt sich dadurch, dass die Geburtenzahlen sinken, wenn es weniger Störche gibt. Der außerordentliche Professor am Institut für Statistik Manfred Borovcnik bringt dieses „alte“ Beispiel, um zu illustrieren, wie Daten interpretiert werden. Im Fall der Störche gibt es eine Drittvariable in Form der Industrialisierung: Sie ist für mehr Bebauung von Landflächen verantwortlich, weswegen Storchpopulationen zurückgedrängt werden. Und im Zuge der Industrialisierung wurden mehr Frauen erwerbstätig, was geringere Geburtenzahlen zur Folge hatte. Richtig gelesen kommen die Kinder also nicht von den Störchen, sondern die Industrialisierung ist Teil eines Phänomens, das in Zusammenhang mit Storchpopulationen und Geburten steht. Für Borovcnik wird so deutlich, dass eine Statistik immer nur ein Hilfsmittel sein kann, das aber für die richtige Interpretation stets kompetente LeserInnen braucht. […]},
    author = {Müller, Romy and Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {Kinder kommen von Störchen: Statistik richtig verstehen},
    howpublished = {Print},
    month = {10},
    year = {2017},
    url = {https://www.aau.at/ad-astra},
    }

  • S. Pleschberger and A. Heller, “Hospizgeschichte(n),” Dr. med. Mabuse, vol. 42, iss. 229, p. 22–25, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c75ec42c99015ec7cac42400e3,
    author = {Pleschberger, Sabine and Heller, Andreas},
    title = {{Hospizgeschichte(n)}},
    journal = {Dr. med. Mabuse},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {42},
    number = {229},
    pages = {22--25},
    month = {10},
    }

  • S. D. Schäfer, S. Diehl, and R. Terlutter, Performing good deeds and keeping employees informed, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c95fece7fb015ffcf386c10190,
    author = {Schäfer, Sarah Desirée and Diehl, Sandra and Terlutter, Ralf},
    title = {Performing good deeds and keeping employees informed},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {10},
    year = {2017},
    url = {https://cdn.dal.ca/content/dam/dalhousie/pdf/sba/Research/RRSS\%20Oct25.pdf},
    }

  • J. Pongratz, H. Dolman, A. Don, K. Erb, R. Fuchs, M. Herold, C. D. Jones, T. Kuemmerle, S. Luyssaert, P. Meyfroidt, and K. Naudts, “Models meet data: Challenges and opportunities in implementing land management in Earth system models,” Global Change Biology, p. 1–18, 2017. doi:10.1111/gcb.13988
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c7610347c0016104938c2002cf,
    author = {Pongratz, Julia and Dolman, Han and Don, Axel and Erb, Karlheinz and Fuchs, Richard and Herold, Martin and Jones, Chris D. and Kuemmerle, Tobias and Luyssaert, Sebastiaan and Meyfroidt, Patrick and Naudts, Kim},
    title = {{Models meet data: Challenges and opportunities in implementing land management in Earth system models}},
    journal = {Global Change Biology},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1111/gcb.13988},
    pages = {1--18},
    url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.13988/epdf},
    }

  • D. Wiedenhofer, Opening the black box of economy-wide material and energy flows: from accounting to stock modelling and input output analysis, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @unpublished{0f4de0c96128f832016132593ff01565,
    author = {Wiedenhofer, Dominik},
    title = {{Opening the black box of economy-wide material and energy flows: from accounting to stock modelling and input output analysis}},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • E. Haselsteiner and B. Smetschka, More Time Sovereignty for Sustainable and Inclusive Cities. Urban time use patterns and gender equality, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c75c57e6eb015c5980c2d50206,
    author = {Haselsteiner, Edeltraud and Smetschka, Barbara},
    title = {More Time Sovereignty for Sustainable and Inclusive Cities. Urban time use patterns and gender equality},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2017},
    url = {https://issuu.com/davinciinstitute/docs/participatory-urbanism-idea-book},
    }

  • C. M. Plank, “Nachhaltige Lebens- und Produktionsweisen in der Landwirtschaft,” Stimmen der Zeit, iss. 8, p. 540–548, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c7606a612f01606e40f4d90256,
    author = {Plank, Christina Maria},
    title = {{Nachhaltige Lebens- und Produktionsweisen in der Landwirtschaft}},
    journal = {Stimmen der Zeit},
    year = {2017},
    number = {8},
    pages = {540--548},
    }

  • F. Weder and J. Kollat, “Netzwerkanalyse und CSR-Kommunikation. In: CSR und Interne Kommunikation,” in CSR und interne Kommunikation, R. Wagner, N. Roschker, and A. Moutchnig, Eds., Berlin: Springer, 2017, p. 183–192.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Zur Nutzbarmachung der Netzwerkanalyse in der internen Kommunikation; Ziel: Aufdecken der Strukturen der Verantwortungskommunikation

    @incollection{0f4de0c75f3945a1015f43da6a8e00a9,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca and Kollat, Jana},
    title = {{Netzwerkanalyse und CSR-Kommunikation. In: CSR und Interne Kommunikation}},
    booktitle = {CSR und interne Kommunikation},
    publisher = {Springer},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Zur Nutzbarmachung der Netzwerkanalyse in der internen Kommunikation; Ziel: Aufdecken der Strukturen der Verantwortungskommunikation},
    editor = {Riccardo Wagner and Nicole Roschker and Alexander Moutchnig},
    pages = {183--192},
    address = {Berlin},
    isbn = {978-3-662-52871-6},
    }

  • J. A. Priess, J. Hauck, R. Haines-Young, R. Alkemade, M. Mandryk, C. Veerkamp, G. Bela, R. Dunford, P. Berry, P. A. Harrison, J. Dick, H. Keune, M. Kok, L. Kopperoinen, T. Lazarova, J. Maes, G. Pataki, E. Preda, C. Schleyer, C. Görg, A. Vadineanu, and G. Zulian, “New EU-scale environmental scenarios until 2050 – Scenario process and initial scenario applications,” Ecosystem Services, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.08.006
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c95f2e5381015f3409ebc4021a,
    author = {Priess, Joerg A. and Hauck, Jennifer and Haines-Young, Roy and Alkemade, Rob and Mandryk, Maryia and Veerkamp, Clara and Bela, Györgyi and Dunford, Rob and Berry, Pam and Harrison, Paula A. and Dick, Jan and Keune, Hans and Kok, Marcel and Kopperoinen, Leena and Lazarova, Tanya and Maes, Joachim and Pataki, György and Preda, Elena and Schleyer, Christian and Görg, Christoph and Vadineanu, Angheluta and Zulian, Grazia},
    title = {{New EU-scale environmental scenarios until 2050 – Scenario process and initial scenario applications}},
    journal = {Ecosystem Services},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.08.006},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212041617300232},
    }

  • A. Brunnengräber and C. Görg, “Nuclear Waste in the Anthropocene. Uncertainties and Unforeseeable Timescales in the Disposal of Nuclear Waste,” GAIA, vol. 26, iss. 2, p. 96–99, 2017. doi:10.14512/gaia.26.2.8
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c95bd778a3015bed007c93021d,
    author = {Brunnengräber, Achim and Görg, Christoph},
    title = {{Nuclear Waste in the Anthropocene. Uncertainties and Unforeseeable Timescales in the Disposal of Nuclear Waste}},
    journal = {GAIA},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.14512/gaia.26.2.8},
    volume = {26},
    number = {2},
    pages = {96--99},
    }

  • D. L. Güldner and F. Krausmann, “Nutrient recycling and soil fertility management in the course of the industrial transition of traditional, organic agriculture: The case of Bruck estate, 1787–1906,” Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, vol. 249, iss. 1, p. 80–90, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2017.07.038
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c9607e35d80160bc4c116c1156,
    author = {Güldner, Dino Leon and Krausmann, Fridolin},
    title = {{Nutrient recycling and soil fertility management in the course of the industrial transition of traditional, organic agriculture: The case of Bruck estate, 1787–1906}},
    journal = {Agriculture, Ecosystems \& Environment},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.agee.2017.07.038},
    volume = {249},
    number = {1},
    pages = {80--90},
    }

  • S. J. Hörtenhuber, M. C. Theurl, and K. Möller, “Ökobilanzen von Recycling-Phosphor-Düngemitteln,” in Beiträge zur 14. Wissenschaftstagung Ökologischer Landbau. Ökologischen Landbau weiterdenken – Verantwortung übernehmen – Vertrauen stärken, Berllin: Verlag Dr. Köster, 2017, p. 362–365.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9606895a601606910c3ec017b,
    author = {Hörtenhuber, Stefan Josef and Theurl, Michaela Clarissa and Möller, Kurt},
    title = {{Ökobilanzen von Recycling-Phosphor-Düngemitteln}},
    booktitle = {Beiträge zur 14. Wissenschaftstagung Ökologischer Landbau. Ökologischen Landbau weiterdenken - Verantwortung übernehmen - Vertrauen stärken},
    publisher = {Verlag Dr. Köster},
    year = {2017},
    pages = {362--365},
    address = {Berllin},
    isbn = {9783895749254},
    }

  • V. Winiwarter, Plutopia: Kalter Krieg, Kernfamilien und Konsumparadiese, 2017. doi:10.14512/gaia.26.2.19
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c960dee6ca0160e0c49b4f0897,
    doi = {10.14512/gaia.26.2.19},
    author = {Winiwarter, Verena},
    title = {Plutopia: Kalter Krieg, Kernfamilien und Konsumparadiese},
    howpublished = {Print},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • T. Fetzel, P. Havlik, M. Herrero, and K. Erb, “Seasonality constraints to livestock grazing intensity,” Global Change Biology, vol. 23, iss. 4, p. 1636–1647, 2017. doi:10.1111/gcb.13591
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c758ab694b0158b4b4f3ad02d2,
    author = {Fetzel, Tamara and Havlik, Petr and Herrero, Mario and Erb, Karlheinz},
    title = {{Seasonality constraints to livestock grazing intensity}},
    journal = {Global Change Biology},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1111/gcb.13591},
    volume = {23},
    number = {4},
    pages = {1636--1647},
    url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.13591/full},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz, C. Pichler-Koban, and M. Jungmeier, Productive irritation? Institutional dynamics in nature conservation., 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c95f975b6a015f9bfc535a0275,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina and Pichler-Koban, Christina and Jungmeier, Michael},
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    }

  • A. Muller, C. Schader, N. E. Scialabba, J. Brüggemann, A. Isensee, K. Erb, P. Smith, P. Klocke, F. Leiber, M. Stolze, and U. Niggli, “Strategies for feeding the world more sustainably with organic agriculture,” Nature Communications, vol. 8, 2017. doi:10.1038/s41467-017-01410-w
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c95fca4c28015fd938725601c3,
    author = {Muller, Adrian and Schader, Christian and Scialabba, Nadia El-Hage and Brüggemann, Judith and Isensee, Anne and Erb, Karlheinz and Smith, Pete and Klocke, Peter and Leiber, Florian and Stolze, Matthias and Niggli, Urs},
    title = {{Strategies for feeding the world more sustainably with organic agriculture}},
    journal = {Nature Communications},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1038/s41467-017-01410-w},
    volume = {8},
    url = {https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-017-01410-w},
    }

  • R. Hübner, N. Tröger, and H. Wieser, “Smartphones werden häufiger ersetzt als T-Shirts,” in Pack ein, schmeiß’ weg?, C. Bala and W. Schuldzinski, Eds., Düsseldorf: Verbraucherzentrale NRW, 2017, p. 79–102.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c958fd8682015901fcd74a016a,
    author = {Hübner, Renate and Tröger, Nina and Wieser, Harald},
    title = {{Smartphones werden häufiger ersetzt als T-Shirts}},
    booktitle = {Pack ein, schmeiß’ weg?},
    publisher = {Verbraucherzentrale NRW},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Christian Bala and Wolfgang Schuldzinski},
    pages = {79--102},
    address = {Düsseldorf},
    }

  • V. Winiwarter, “Umweltgerechtigkeit als Grundbedingung globaler und intergenerationaler Solidarität,” in Carinthische Dialoge 2012–2016, J. Franz and C. Franz, Eds., Wien: Carinthische Dialoge, 2017, p. 273–289.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c75f5d7ddf015f5da017a70026,
    author = {Winiwarter, Verena},
    title = {{Umweltgerechtigkeit als Grundbedingung globaler und intergenerationaler Solidarität}},
    booktitle = {Carinthische Dialoge 2012–2016},
    publisher = {Carinthische Dialoge},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Johanna Franz and Chlodwig Franz},
    pages = {273--289},
    address = {Wien},
    }

  • P. Petridis, M. Fischer, S. J. Singh, and D. Noll, “The role of science in sustainability transitions: citizen science, transformative research, and experiences from Samothraki island, Greece,” Island Studies Journal, vol. 12, iss. 1, p. 115–134, 2017. doi:10.24043/isj.8
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c759d1433a0159d5313d4f055f,
    author = {Petridis, Panagiotis and Fischer, Marina and Singh, Simron Jit and Noll, Dominik},
    title = {{The role of science in sustainability transitions: citizen science, transformative research, and experiences from Samothraki island, Greece}},
    journal = {Island Studies Journal},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.24043/isj.8},
    volume = {12},
    number = {1},
    pages = {115--134},
    url = {http://www.islandstudies.ca/node/519},
    }

  • P. Petridis, The Role of Science in Sustainability Transitions. Lessons from Transdisciplinary Socioecological Research on a Greek Island, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @unpublished{0f4de0c95fca4c28015fe3c104590669,
    author = {Petridis, Panagiotis},
    title = {{The Role of Science in Sustainability Transitions. Lessons from Transdisciplinary Socioecological Research on a Greek Island}},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • M. Gizicki-Neundlinger, The Sustainability Costs of Agrarian Inequality. A socio-ecological perspective on social inequality and soil fertility at the onset of Central European industrialization , 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @unpublished{0f4de0c95ba3d2ed015ba568ba0c02f9,
    author = {Gizicki-Neundlinger, Michael},
    title = {{The Sustainability Costs of Agrarian Inequality. A socio-ecological perspective on social inequality and soil fertility at the onset of Central European industrialization }},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • H. de Ruiter, J. I. Macdiarmid, R. B. Matthews, T. Kastner, L. R. Lynd, and P. Smith, “Total global agricultural land footprint associated with UK food supply 1986–2011,” Global Environmental Change, vol. 43, p. 72–81, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2017.01.007
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c76123327e01612861f4df0aa0,
    author = {de Ruiter, Henri and Macdiarmid, Jennie I. and Matthews, Robin B. and Kastner, Thomas and Lynd, Lee R. and Smith, Pete},
    title = {{Total global agricultural land footprint associated with UK food supply 1986–2011}},
    journal = {Global Environmental Change},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2017.01.007},
    volume = {43},
    pages = {72--81},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Touching the Senses: Environments and Technologies at the Movies,” in The Routledge Companion to the Environmental Humanities, U. Heise, J. Christensen, and M. Niemann, Eds., London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2017, p. 337–345.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9592b88820159415190b00318,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{Touching the Senses: Environments and Technologies at the Movies}},
    booktitle = {The Routledge Companion to the Environmental Humanities},
    publisher = {Routledge/Taylor \& Francis Group},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Ursula Heise and Jon Christensen and Michelle Niemann},
    pages = {337--345},
    address = {London},
    }

  • C. Albert, C. Neßhöver, M. Schröter, H. Wittmer, A. Bonn, B. Burkhard, J. Dauber, R. Döring, C. Fürst, K. Grunewald, D. Haase, B. Hansjürgens, J. Hauck, M. Hinzmann, T. Koellner, T. Plieninger, S. Rabe, I. Ring, J. H. Spangenberg, U. Stachow, H. Wüstemann, and C. Görg, “Towards a National Ecosystem Assessment in Germany: A Plea for a Comprehensive Approach,” GAIA, vol. 26, iss. 1, p. 27–33, 2017. doi:10.14512/gaia.26.1.8
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c959e1b14d0159eb9203e20118,
    author = {Albert, Christian and Neßhöver, Carsten and Schröter, Matthias and Wittmer, Heidi and Bonn, Aletta and Burkhard, Benjamin and Dauber, Jens and Döring, Ralf and Fürst, Christine and Grunewald, Karsten and Haase, Dagmar and Hansjürgens, Bernd and Hauck, Jennifer and Hinzmann, Mandy and Koellner, Thomas and Plieninger, Tobias and Rabe, Sven-Erik and Ring, Irene and Spangenberg, Joachim H. and Stachow, Ulrich and Wüstemann, Henry and Görg, Christoph},
    title = {{Towards a National Ecosystem Assessment in Germany: A Plea for a Comprehensive Approach}},
    journal = {GAIA},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.14512/gaia.26.1.8},
    volume = {26},
    number = {1},
    pages = {27--33},
    url = {http://www.ingentaconnect.com/contentone/oekom/gaia/2017/00000026/00000001/art00009},
    }

  • F. Krausmann and M. Fischer, “Transitions socio-métaboliques globales,” in Transformations agricoles et agroalimentaires. Entre écologie et capitalisme, G. Allaire and B. Daviron, Eds., Versailles Cedex: Éditions Quæ, 2017, p. 23–40.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c95bced9a4015bd2dee85801d1,
    author = {Krausmann, Fridolin and Fischer, Marina},
    title = {{Transitions socio-métaboliques globales}},
    booktitle = {Transformations agricoles et agroalimentaires. Entre écologie et capitalisme},
    publisher = {Éditions Quæ},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Gilles Allaire and Benoit Daviron},
    series = {Synthèses},
    pages = {23--40},
    address = {Versailles Cedex},
    isbn = {978-2-7592-2614-6},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz, Überzogene Ansprüche? Transdisziplinäre Forschung im Praxistest, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c7635ef3eb0163631ed94f0316,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {Überzogene Ansprüche? Transdisziplinäre Forschung im Praxistest},
    howpublished = {Print},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • M. Potschin-Young, R. Haines-Young, C. Görg, U. Heink, K. Jax, and C. Schleyer, “Understanding the role of conceptual frameworks: Reading the ecosystem service cascade,” Ecosystem Services, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.05.015
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c75e81358c015e85023e7501b5,
    author = {Potschin-Young, Marion and Haines-Young, Roy and Görg, Christoph and Heink, Ulrich and Jax, Kurt and Schleyer, Christian},
    title = {{Understanding the role of conceptual frameworks: Reading the ecosystem service cascade}},
    journal = {Ecosystem Services},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.05.015},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221204161630523X?via\%3Dihub},
    }

  • D. Hausknost, N. Grima Liria, and S. J. Singh, “The political dimensions of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES): Cascade or stairway?,” Ecological Economics, vol. 131, p. 109–118, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.08.024
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c9585252000158533f186a00e0,
    author = {Hausknost, Daniel and Grima Liria, Nelson and Singh, Simron Jit},
    title = {{The political dimensions of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES): Cascade or stairway?}},
    journal = {Ecological Economics},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.08.024},
    volume = {131},
    pages = {109--118},
    }

  • M. C. Theurl, S. J. Hörtenhuber, T. Lindenthal, and W. Palme, “Unheated soil-grown winter vegetables in Austria: Greenhouse gas emissions and socio-economic factors of diffusion potential,” Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 151, p. 134–144, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.03.016
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c95d884da6015d97acaa640043,
    author = {Theurl, Michaela Clarissa and Hörtenhuber, Stefan Josef and Lindenthal, Thomas and Palme, Wolfgang},
    title = {{Unheated soil-grown winter vegetables in Austria: Greenhouse gas emissions and socio-economic factors of diffusion potential}},
    journal = {Journal of Cleaner Production},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.03.016},
    volume = {151},
    pages = {134--144},
    }

  • A. Heller and S. Kränzle, “Uns berühren zu lassen, erinnert uns an die Verletzlichkeit des Lebens.,” Haut-nah berührt, iss. 35, p. 1–1, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c75e60fe21015e761f2a46041d,
    author = {Heller, Andreas and Kränzle, Susanne},
    title = {{Uns berühren zu lassen, erinnert uns an die Verletzlichkeit des Lebens.}},
    journal = {Haut-nah berührt},
    year = {2017},
    number = {35},
    pages = {1--1},
    }

  • R. Groß, “Uphill and Downhill Histories. How Winter Tourism Transformed Alpine Regions in Vorarlberg, Austria – 1930 to 1970,” Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft, vol. 9, iss. 1, p. 115–139, 2017. doi:10.1515/tw-2017-0006
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c95e8648b5015e992cd548023c,
    author = {Groß, Robert},
    title = {{Uphill and Downhill Histories. How Winter Tourism Transformed Alpine Regions in Vorarlberg, Austria – 1930 to 1970}},
    journal = {Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1515/tw-2017-0006},
    volume = {9},
    number = {1},
    pages = {115--139},
    url = {https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/tw.2017.9.issue-1/tw-2017-0006/tw-2017-0006.xml},
    }

  • A. L. Bais, Using and expanding the material and energy flow analysis (MEFA) framework for sustainability impact assessment of bio-mass use and bioenergy systems, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @unpublished{0f4de0c95fca4c28015fe3c277710685,
    author = {Bais, Anna Liza},
    title = {{Using and expanding the material and energy flow analysis (MEFA) framework for sustainability impact assessment of bio-mass use and bioenergy systems}},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • S. Koppensteiner, Von Überlebensstrategie zur biologischen Landwirtschaft, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @unpublished{0f4de0c96128f83201613242ff5e14de,
    author = {Koppensteiner, Sophie},
    title = {{Von Überlebensstrategie zur biologischen Landwirtschaft}},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “Vulnerable Lives: The Affective Dimensions of Risk in Young Adult Cli-Fi,” Textual Practice, vol. 31, iss. 3, p. 553–566, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The article focuses on the psychological dimensions of readers’ engagements with young adult climate change fiction. It argues that that the embodied simulation of a fictional climate-changed world can offer much more than simple entertainment or escapism. Instead, it has the potential to impact teenagers’ understanding of the social, economic, and ecological risks associated with climate change and to give them a better sense of the vulnerability of their current lives and lifestyles. By way of example, the article draws on research in cognitive literary studies, neuroscience, and the psychology of fiction to examine the narrative strategies of Paolo Bacigalupi’s YA cli-fi novel Ship Breaker. It demonstrates how the novel’s depiction of a dystopian future cues both negative emotions and more positive emotions in in order to warn about the future risks of climate change and still make the reading experience pleasurable for young readers.

    @article{0f4de0c75c88334e015c9772c3f001b6,
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    title = {{Vulnerable Lives: The Affective Dimensions of Risk in Young Adult Cli-Fi}},
    journal = {Textual Practice},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {The article focuses on the psychological dimensions of readers’ engagements with young adult climate change fiction. It argues that that the embodied simulation of a fictional climate-changed world can offer much more than simple entertainment or escapism. Instead, it has the potential to impact teenagers’ understanding of the social, economic, and ecological risks associated with climate change and to give them a better sense of the vulnerability of their current lives and lifestyles. By way of example, the article draws on research in cognitive literary studies, neuroscience, and the psychology of fiction to examine the narrative strategies of Paolo Bacigalupi’s YA cli-fi novel Ship Breaker. It demonstrates how the novel’s depiction of a dystopian future cues both negative emotions and more positive emotions in in order to warn about the future risks of climate change and still make the reading experience pleasurable for young readers.},
    volume = {31},
    number = {3},
    pages = {553--566},
    url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0950236X.2017.1295661},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “When Everything Is Up for Grabs: Environmental Narcissism in Percival Everett’s Grand Canyon, Inc.,” in Ecocriticism: Environments in Anglophone Literatures, B. Neumann and S. Frenzel, Eds., Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH, 2017, p. 243–260.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    The essay offers an econarratological analysis of Percival Everett’s novella Grand Canyon, Inc., paying particular attention to the text’s postmodern elements. Ecocritics have often privileged sincere and realist storytelling, arguing that a dedication to authentic detail and life-like characters are best suited to instill in readers awareness and affective attachment to the depicted environment. There is very little realism in Everett’s postmodern satire, and yet it cues strong emotional responses in readers that may easily lead to moral outrage at attitudes and practices in the extra-textual world. Nicole Seymour has suggested that rather than hindering critical engagement, non-serious modes of narration can foster a self-critical attitudes in readers. The essay demonstrates how such fostering takes places in Grand Canyon, Inc. and suggest that Everett’s brisk satire amounts to a scathing critique of environmental narcissism.

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    title = {{When Everything Is Up for Grabs: Environmental Narcissism in Percival Everett’s Grand Canyon, Inc.}},
    booktitle = {Ecocriticism: Environments in Anglophone Literatures},
    publisher = {Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {The essay offers an econarratological analysis of Percival Everett’s novella Grand Canyon, Inc., paying particular attention to the text’s postmodern elements. Ecocritics have often privileged sincere and realist storytelling, arguing that a dedication to authentic detail and life-like characters are best suited to instill in readers awareness and affective attachment to the depicted environment. There is very little realism in Everett’s postmodern satire, and yet it cues strong emotional responses in readers that may easily lead to moral outrage at attitudes and practices in the extra-textual world. Nicole Seymour has suggested that rather than hindering critical engagement, non-serious modes of narration can foster a self-critical attitudes in readers. The essay demonstrates how such fostering takes places in Grand Canyon, Inc. and suggest that Everett’s brisk satire amounts to a scathing critique of environmental narcissism.},
    editor = {Birgit Neumann and Sonja Frenzel},
    pages = {243--260},
    address = {Heidelberg},
    isbn = {978-3-8253-6843-2},
    }

  • A. Schoder and M. Schmid, “Where Technology and Environmentalism Meet: The Remaking of the Austrian Danube for Hydropower,” in Environmentalism in Central and Southeastern Europe: Historical Perspectives, H. Petrić and I. Ž. Šil, Eds., London: Lexington, 2017, p. 3–20.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c75b9e8fb9015b9f9a1f540138,
    author = {Schoder, Angelika and Schmid, Martin},
    title = {{Where Technology and Environmentalism Meet: The Remaking of the Austrian Danube for Hydropower}},
    booktitle = {Environmentalism in Central and Southeastern Europe: Historical Perspectives},
    publisher = {Lexington},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Hrvoje Petrić and Ivana Žebec Šil},
    pages = {3--20},
    address = {London},
    isbn = {978-1-4985-2764-4},
    }

  • I. Koinig, F. Weder, S. Diehl, and M. Karmasin, “The Role of CSR Communication in Master’s Degree Curricula Throughout Europe: Universities’ Roles as Digital Communities in Preparing Students for Future Challenges,” in Corporate Responsibility and Digital Communities, G. Grigore, A. Stancu, and D. McQueen, Eds., Cham: Springer International Publishing AG, 2017, p. 205–228.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9606f84200160733490620153,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Weder, Franzisca and Diehl, Sandra and Karmasin, Matthias},
    title = {{The Role of CSR Communication in Master’s Degree Curricula Throughout Europe: Universities’ Roles as Digital Communities in Preparing Students for Future Challenges}},
    booktitle = {Corporate Responsibility and Digital Communities},
    publisher = {Springer International Publishing AG},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Georgiana Grigore and Alin Stancu and David McQueen},
    pages = {205--228},
    address = {Cham},
    isbn = {978-3-319-63479-1},
    }

  • H. Haberl, “The option space for feeding the world in 2050 without deforestation: exploring the role of diets and agricultural technology,” in Proceedings of the 13th International Wheat Genetics Symposium, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, April 23-28, 2017, Tulln, Austria, Vienna: BOKU – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, 2017, p. 30–32.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c95bd778a3015be763e9c30122,
    author = {Haberl, Helmut},
    title = {{The option space for feeding the world in 2050 without deforestation: exploring the role of diets and agricultural technology}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the 13th International Wheat Genetics Symposium, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, April 23-28, 2017, Tulln, Austria},
    publisher = {BOKU - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences},
    year = {2017},
    pages = {30--32},
    address = {Vienna},
    isbn = {978-3-900932-48-0},
    url = {http://iwgs2017.boku.ac.at/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/IWGS\_2017\_Proceedings\_WEB.pdf},
    }

  • Social Ecology. State of the Art and Future Prospects. Special Issue of Sustainability, J. Kramm, M. Pichler, A. Schaffartzik, and M. Zimmermann, Eds., MDPI Publishing, 2017, vol. 9.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @book{0f4de0c75d5f6c59015d73d5a47501d0,
    editor = {Kramm, Johanna and Pichler, Melanie and Schaffartzik, Anke and Zimmermann, Martin},
    title = {{Social Ecology. State of the Art and Future Prospects. Special Issue of Sustainability}},
    publisher = {MDPI Publishing},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {9},
    number = {7},
    url = {http://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special\_issues/social\_ecology},
    }

  • Haut-nah berührt, A. Heller and S. Kränzle, Eds., Brinkmann-Meyhöfer GmbH & Co. KG, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @book{0f4de0c75e60fe21015e761778770403,
    editor = {Heller, Andreas and Kränzle, Susanne},
    title = {{Haut-nah berührt}},
    publisher = {Brinkmann-Meyhöfer GmbH \& Co. KG},
    year = {2017},
    number = {35},
    }

  • F. Krausmann, “Social Metabolism,” in The Routledge Handbook of Ecological Economics: Nature and Society, C. L. Spash, Ed., Abingdon: Routledge, 2017, p. 108–118.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c95bced9a4015bd2eb1daa0212,
    author = {Krausmann, Fridolin},
    title = {{Social Metabolism}},
    booktitle = {The Routledge Handbook of Ecological Economics: Nature and Society},
    publisher = {Routledge},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Clive L. Spash},
    pages = {108--118},
    address = {Abingdon},
    isbn = {9781138931510},
    }

  • J. Kramm, M. Pichler, A. Schaffartzik, and M. Zimmermann, “Societal Relations to Nature in Times of Crisis—Social Ecology’s Contributions to Interdisciplinary Sustainability Studies,” Sustainability, vol. 9, iss. 7, 2017. doi:10.3390/su9071042
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c75d5f6c59015d73e2f57601fd,
    author = {Kramm, Johanna and Pichler, Melanie and Schaffartzik, Anke and Zimmermann, Martin},
    title = {{Societal Relations to Nature in Times of Crisis—Social Ecology’s Contributions to Interdisciplinary Sustainability Studies}},
    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.3390/su9071042},
    volume = {9},
    number = {7},
    url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/9/7/1042},
    }

  • J. Marull, O. Delgadillo, C. Cattaneo, M. J. La Rota, and F. Krausmann, “Socioecological transition in the Cauca river valley, Colombia (1943–2010): towards an energy–landscape integrated analysis,” Regional Environmental Change, p. 1–15, 2017. doi:10.1007/s10113-017-1128-2
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c95bced9a4015bd2c6e125013a,
    author = {Marull, Joan and Delgadillo, Olga and Cattaneo, Claudio and La Rota, María José and Krausmann, Fridolin},
    title = {{Socioecological transition in the Cauca river valley, Colombia (1943–2010): towards an energy–landscape integrated analysis}},
    journal = {Regional Environmental Change},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1007/s10113-017-1128-2},
    pages = {1--15},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007\%2Fs10113-017-1128-2},
    }

  • E. Fraňková, W. Haas, and S. J. Singh, Socio-Metabolic Perspectives on the Sustainability of Local Food Systems. Insights for Science, Policy and Practice, Springer International Publishing AG, 2017, vol. 7. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-69236-4
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @book{0f4de0c96007931a01600c2e491d021b,
    author = {Fraňková, Eva and Haas, Willi and Singh, Simron Jit},
    title = {{Socio-Metabolic Perspectives on the Sustainability of Local Food Systems. Insights for Science, Policy and Practice}},
    publisher = {Springer International Publishing AG},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-69236-4},
    volume = {7},
    isbn = {978-3-319-69235-7},
    url = {http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319692357},
    }

  • C. M. Plank, “Sozial-ökologische Transformation,” Die Zukunft, iss. 7 & 8, p. 36–38, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c7606a612f01606e459fde0291,
    author = {Plank, Christina Maria},
    title = {{Sozial-ökologische Transformation}},
    journal = {Die Zukunft},
    year = {2017},
    number = {7 \& 8},
    pages = {36--38},
    }

  • A. Heller, “Sterben und Tod in den Zukünften europäischer Gesellschaften,” Bundes-Hospiz-Anzeiger, iss. 5, p. 11–13, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c76123327e0161286a09450b43,
    author = {Heller, Andreas},
    title = {{Sterben und Tod in den Zukünften europäischer Gesellschaften}},
    journal = {Bundes-Hospiz-Anzeiger},
    year = {2017},
    number = {5},
    pages = {11--13},
    }

  • Sterbeweisen, A. Heller, Ed., Brinkmann-Meyhöfer GmbH & Co. KG, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @book{0f4de0c75b5bff09015b5cfe1285001f,
    editor = {Heller, Andreas},
    title = {{Sterbeweisen}},
    publisher = {Brinkmann-Meyhöfer GmbH \& Co. KG},
    year = {2017},
    number = {34},
    }

  • A. Heller, “Sterbeweisheiten: Resozialisierung des Sterbens,” Sterbeweisen, iss. 34, p. 1–1, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c75b5bff09015b5d03a8530037,
    author = {Heller, Andreas},
    title = {{Sterbeweisheiten: Resozialisierung des Sterbens}},
    journal = {Sterbeweisen},
    year = {2017},
    number = {34},
    pages = {1--1},
    }

  • M. Gizicki-Neundlinger and D. L. Güldner, “Surplus, Scarcity and Soil Fertility in Pre-Industrial Austrian Agriculture—The Sustainability Costs of Inequality,” Sustainability, vol. 9, iss. 2, 2017. doi:10.3390/su9020265
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    @article{0f4de0c75d5f6c59015d741a04dc039d,
    author = {Gizicki-Neundlinger, Michael and Güldner, Dino Leon},
    title = {{Surplus, Scarcity and Soil Fertility in Pre-Industrial Austrian Agriculture—The Sustainability Costs of Inequality}},
    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.3390/su9020265},
    volume = {9},
    number = {2},
    url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/9/2/265},
    }

  • E. Tello, J. L. Martínez, G. Jover-Avellà, J. R. Olarieta, R. Garcia-Ruiz, M. González de Molina, M. Badia-Miró, V. Winiwarter, and N. Koepke, “The Onset of the English Agricultural Revolution: Climate Factors and Soil Nutrients,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 47, iss. 4, p. 445–474, 2017. doi:10.1162/JINH_a_01050
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    @article{0f4de0c960d699cd0160da96785801c6,
    author = {Tello, Enric and Martínez, José Luis and Jover-Avellà, Gabriel and Olarieta, José Ramón and Garcia-Ruiz, Roberto and González de Molina, Manuel and Badia-Miró, Marc and Winiwarter, Verena and Koepke, Nicola},
    title = {{The Onset of the English Agricultural Revolution: Climate Factors and Soil Nutrients}},
    journal = {Journal of Interdisciplinary History},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1162/JINH\_a\_01050},
    volume = {47},
    number = {4},
    pages = {445--474},
    }

  • R. Petrasek, T. Drapela, T. Lindenthal, I. Gusenbauer, S. J. Hörtenhuber, R. Bartel-Kratochvil, and M. C. Theurl, “Sustainability performance assessment by means of four parameters of organic products in Austria,” in Innovative Research for Organic 3.0 – Volume 2. Proceedings of the Science Track at the Organic World Congress 2017, November 9-11 in Delhi, India, Braunschweig: Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut, Bundesforschungsinstitut für ländliche Räume, Wald und Fischerei, 2017, vol. 2, p. 642–645. doi:10.3220/REP1510908963000
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    @incollection{0f4de0c9606895a60160691a36c301b3,
    author = {Petrasek, Richard and Drapela, Thomas and Lindenthal, Thomas and Gusenbauer, Isabella and Hörtenhuber, Stefan Josef and Bartel-Kratochvil, Ruth and Theurl, Michaela Clarissa},
    title = {{Sustainability performance assessment by means of four parameters of organic products in Austria}},
    booktitle = {Innovative Research for Organic 3.0 - Volume 2. Proceedings of the Science Track at the Organic World Congress 2017, November 9-11 in Delhi, India},
    publisher = {Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut, Bundesforschungsinstitut für ländliche Räume, Wald und Fischerei},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.3220/REP1510908963000},
    volume = {2},
    series = {Thünen Report 54},
    pages = {642--645},
    address = {Braunschweig},
    url = {https://www.thuenen.de/media/publikationen/thuenen-report/Thuenen-Report\_54\_Vol1.pdf},
    }

  • C. Kottusch and A. Schaffartzik, “Sustainable Palm Oil? Insights from Material Flow and Land Use Analysis in Brazil’s Production Hotspot ,” GAIA – Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, vol. 26, iss. 2, p. 129–135, 2017. doi:10.14512/gaia.26.2.17
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c75f158c79015f24811bbb0100,
    author = {Kottusch, Charlotte and Schaffartzik, Anke},
    title = {{Sustainable Palm Oil? Insights from Material Flow and Land Use Analysis in Brazil’s Production Hotspot }},
    journal = {GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.14512/gaia.26.2.17},
    volume = {26},
    number = {2},
    pages = {129--135},
    }

  • C. Mosquera, M. J. Martinez, G. Garcia-Santos, and J. Guerrero, “Temporal distribution of pyrimethanil and dimethomorph fungicides on soil under cut rose production in Colombia. ,” in 17.Gumpensteiner Lysimitertagung, Irdning-Donnersbachtal: HBLFA Raumberg-Gumpenstein, 2017, vol. 17, p. 43–48.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c75f5d7ddf015f6ca45642010e,
    author = {Mosquera, Carmen and Martinez, Maria Jose and Garcia-Santos, Glenda and Guerrero, Jairo},
    title = {{Temporal distribution of pyrimethanil and dimethomorph fungicides on soil under cut rose production in Colombia. }},
    booktitle = {17.Gumpensteiner Lysimitertagung},
    publisher = {HBLFA Raumberg-Gumpenstein},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {17},
    series = {17. Gumpensteiner Lysimetertagung},
    pages = {43--48},
    address = {Irdning-Donnersbachtal},
    isbn = {978-3-902849-45-8},
    }

  • Q. Shao, A. Schaffartzik, A. Mayer, and F. Krausmann, “The high ‘price’ of dematerialization: A dynamic panel data analysis of material use and economic recession,” Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 167, p. 120–132, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.08.158
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    @article{0f4de0c75f01a895015f0586537f0107,
    author = {Shao, Qinglong and Schaffartzik, Anke and Mayer, Andreas and Krausmann, Fridolin},
    title = {{The high ‘price’ of dematerialization: A dynamic panel data analysis of material use and economic recession}},
    journal = {Journal of Cleaner Production},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.08.158},
    volume = {167},
    pages = {120--132},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0959652617318875?via\%3Dihub},
    }

  • K. Krainer, F. Rauch, and H. Senger, “The IMST Project: Reflections on a Nation-Wide Initiative Fostering Educational Innovation,” in Educational Action Research. Austrian Model to India, B. Hanfstingl and P. Ramalingam, Eds., I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2017, p. 16–34.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c75e60fe21015e6117e5af0019,
    author = {Krainer, Konrad and Rauch, Franz and Senger, Heimo},
    title = {{The IMST Project: Reflections on a Nation-Wide Initiative Fostering Educational Innovation}},
    booktitle = {Educational Action Research. Austrian Model to India},
    publisher = {I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Barbara Hanfstingl and Panch. Ramalingam},
    pages = {16--34},
    isbn = {978-93-85909-90-0},
    }

  • J. H. Spangenberg, A. L. Beaurepaire, E. Bergmeier, B. Burkhard, H. Van Chien, L. Quoc Cuong, C. Görg, V. Grescho, L. Huu Hai, K. L. Heong, F. Horgan, S. Hotes, A. Klotzbücher, T. Klotzbücher, I. Kühn, F. Langerwisch, G. Marion, R. F. A. Moritz, Q. Anh Nguyen, J. Ott, C. Sann, C. Sattler, M. Schädler, A. Schmidt, V. Tekken, T. Dao Thanh, K. Thonicke, M. Türke, T. Vaclavik, D. Vetterlein, C. Westphal, M. Wiemers, and J. Settele, “The LEGATO cross-disciplinary integrated ecosystem service research framework: an example of integrating research results from the analysis of global change impacts and the social, cultural and economic system dynamics of irrigated rice production,” Paddy and Water Environment, p. 1–33, 2017. doi:10.1007/s10333-017-0628-5
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    @article{0f4de0c95f2e5381015f3438e055030e,
    author = {Spangenberg, Joachim H. and Beaurepaire, Alexis L. and Bergmeier, Erwin and Burkhard, Benjamin and Van Chien, Ho and Quoc Cuong, Le and Görg, Christoph and Grescho, Volker and Huu Hai, Le and Heong, Kong Luen and Horgan, Finbarr and Hotes, Stefan and Klotzbücher, Anika and Klotzbücher, Thimo and Kühn, Ingolf and Langerwisch, Fanny and Marion, Glenn and Moritz, Robin F.A. and Anh Nguyen, Quynh and Ott, Jürgen and Sann, Christina and Sattler, Cornelia and Schädler, Martin and Schmidt, Anja and Tekken, Vera and Dao Thanh, Truong and Thonicke, Kirsten and Türke, Manfred and Vaclavik, Tomas and Vetterlein, Doris and Westphal, Catrin and Wiemers, Martin and Settele, Josef},
    title = {{The LEGATO cross-disciplinary integrated ecosystem service research framework: an example of integrating research results from the analysis of global change impacts and the social, cultural and economic system dynamics of irrigated rice production}},
    journal = {Paddy and Water Environment},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1007/s10333-017-0628-5},
    pages = {1--33},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007\%2Fs10333-017-0628-5\#citeas},
    }

  • V. Winiwarter, “The Many Roles of the Dynamic Danube in the Early Modern Europe: Representations in Contemporary Sources,” in Water in Social Imagination: from Technological Optimism to Contemporary Environmentalism, J. Costlow, Y. Haila, and A. Rosenholm, Eds., Leiden: Brill Rodopoi, 2017, vol. 12, p. 49–76.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c75bedd793015bf69dc5590327,
    author = {Winiwarter, Verena},
    title = {{The Many Roles of the Dynamic Danube in the Early Modern Europe: Representations in Contemporary Sources}},
    booktitle = {Water in Social Imagination: from Technological Optimism to Contemporary Environmentalism},
    publisher = {Brill Rodopoi},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Jane Costlow and Yrjö Haila and Arja Rosenholm},
    volume = {12},
    series = {Nature, Culture and Literature},
    pages = {49--76},
    address = {Leiden},
    isbn = {9004333266},
    }

  • H. Haberl, D. Wiedenhofer, K. Erb, C. Görg, and F. Krausmann, “The Material Stock-Flow-Service Nexus: A New Approach for Tackling the Decoupling Conundrum,” Sustainability, vol. 9, iss. 7, 2017. doi:10.3390/su9071049
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    @article{0f4de0c75ce4e400015cee3f262c02a4,
    author = {Haberl, Helmut and Wiedenhofer, Dominik and Erb, Karlheinz and Görg, Christoph and Krausmann, Fridolin},
    title = {{The Material Stock-Flow-Service Nexus: A New Approach for Tackling the Decoupling Conundrum}},
    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.3390/su9071049},
    volume = {9},
    number = {7},
    url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/9/7/1049},
    }

  • A. Heller and W. Schneider, “Hospizbewegung in Deutschland. Impulsgeber für eine sorgende Gesellschaft.,” Am Ende zählt der Mensch., p. 17–19, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c75b5bff09015b5d30b36900cf,
    author = {Heller, Andreas and Schneider, Werner},
    title = {{Hospizbewegung in Deutschland. Impulsgeber für eine sorgende Gesellschaft.}},
    journal = {Am Ende zählt der Mensch.},
    year = {2017},
    pages = {17--19},
    }

  • L. E. Bartels, A. Mayer, and K. Erb, “Exploring potential socio-ecological impacts of changes to the Loliondo Gamed Controlled Area, Northern Tanzania: the case of the pastoral village Ololosokwan,” Journal of Land Use Science, vol. 12, iss. 1, p. 87–103, 2017. doi:10.1080/1747423X.2016.1249972
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c9592b8882015941128030022d,
    author = {Bartels, Lara Esther and Mayer, Andreas and Erb, Karlheinz},
    title = {{Exploring potential socio-ecological impacts of changes to the Loliondo Gamed Controlled Area, Northern Tanzania: the case of the pastoral village Ololosokwan}},
    journal = {Journal of Land Use Science},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1080/1747423X.2016.1249972},
    volume = {12},
    number = {1},
    pages = {87--103},
    }

  • K. Jax, E. Furman, H. Saarikoski, D. N. Barton, B. Delbaere, J. Dick, G. Duke, C. Görg, E. Gomez-Baggethun, P. A. Harrison, J. Maes, M. Pérez-Soba, S. Saarela, F. Turkelboom, J. van Dijk, and A. D. Watt, “Handling a messy world: Lessons learned when trying to make the ecosystem services concept operational,” Ecosystem Services, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.08.001
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c95f2e5381015f33f9753101b1,
    author = {Jax, Kurt and Furman, Eeva and Saarikoski, Heli and Barton, David N. and Delbaere, Ben and Dick, Jan and Duke, Guy and Görg, Christoph and Gomez-Baggethun, Erik and Harrison, Paula A. and Maes, Joachim and Pérez-Soba, Marta and Saarela, Sanna-Riikka and Turkelboom, Francis and van Dijk, Jiska and Watt, Allan D.},
    title = {{Handling a messy world: Lessons learned when trying to make the ecosystem services concept operational}},
    journal = {Ecosystem Services},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.08.001},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212041617300177},
    }

  • T. Khatib, W. Elmenreich, and A. Mohamed, “Simplified IV Characteristic Tester for Photovoltaic Modules Using a DC-DC Boost Converter,” Sustainability, vol. 9, iss. 4, 2017. doi:10.3390/su9040657
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c95d884da6015dade3f74f08e9,
    author = {Khatib, Tamer and Elmenreich, Wilfried and Mohamed, A.},
    title = {{Simplified IV Characteristic Tester for Photovoltaic Modules Using a DC-DC Boost Converter}},
    journal = {Sustainability},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.3390/su9040657},
    volume = {9},
    number = {4},
    month = {4},
    url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/9/4/657/htm},
    }

  • I. Steccolini, M. Jones, and I. Saliterer, “Introduction: Governments and Crises,” in Governmental Financial Resilience, I. Steccolini, M. Jones, and I. Saliterer, Eds., Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2017, vol. 27, p. 1–16.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Governments are no strangers to dealing with crises. On the contrary, a central role of any government is to absorb, navigate and mitigate them. However, crises themselves are unpredictable and represent a significant challenge to governments at both the national and local level. Despite such uncertainty, studying how governments in different countries respond to crises offers a great opportunity to learn from the past and to understand the nature of resilience in the face of significant shocks and disruption.This book charts how local governments in 11 countries, covering Europe, the United States, South America and Australia, responded to the recent crises and austerity period by shedding new light on the role of contextual- and policy-related conditions as well as the internal capacities and conditions that may influence responses and, ultimately, performance.This chapter sets the scene for the book, by highlighting the relevance of examining financial crises and austerity and the ways in which governments, and more specifically, local governments, are facing the related shocks. In doing so, it proposes a preliminary framework for exploring governmental financial resilience at the local level. In such a framework, financial resilience is seen as the dynamic combination of internal and external dimensions, including the external environment, financial shocks, vulnerability, anticipatory capacity and coping capacity.

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    booktitle = {Governmental Financial Resilience},
    publisher = {Emerald Group Publishing Limited},
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    isbn = {978-1-78714-263-3},
    url = {http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/book/10.1108/S2053-7697201727},
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  • F. Rauch, “Education for Sustainable Development: Competences and Networks,” DARUNA, vol. 44, p. 72–84, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c75f158c79015f26b2d31702b0,
    author = {Rauch, Franz},
    title = {{Education for Sustainable Development: Competences and Networks}},
    journal = {DARUNA},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {44},
    pages = {72--84},
    month = {6},
    }

  • D. Globocnik, R. Rauter, and R. J. Baumgartner, “Synergy or Conflict? Sustainability vs. Economic Innovation Performance, and the Role of Organizational Culture,” in 24th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference Proceedings, Brüssel: European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM), 2017, p. 1–25.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c96046086b01604bb79626098d,
    author = {Globocnik, Dietfried and Rauter, Romana and Baumgartner, Rupert J.},
    title = {{Synergy or Conflict? Sustainability vs. Economic Innovation Performance, and the Role of Organizational Culture}},
    booktitle = {24th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference Proceedings},
    publisher = {European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM)},
    year = {2017},
    pages = {1--25},
    address = {Brüssel},
    month = {6},
    url = {http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/eventLogin.asp?item=DOWN\&event\_id=1165},
    }

  • The future of statistical literacy is the future of statistics., J. Ridgway, J. Nicholson, and M. Borovcnik, Eds., International Association for Statistical Education (IASE), 2017, vol. 16.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This issue of SERJ is a special issue on statistical literacy. The guest editors Jim Ridgway and James Nicholson have adopted an innovative approach: they have invited experts from our community to write essays on the situation and the perspectives of statistical literacy and statistics education. Nearly all of these essays refer to the eminent importance of integrating the new developments of data science into statistics education. As the president of the International Statistical Institute, Pedro Silva do Nascimento, expressed at the opening address at the World Statistics Congress in Rio in 2015, statistics will be revolutionised by the new developments of big data and open data. Another innovation has been to initiate a discussion on inferential statistical tests, especially on null hypothesis significance testing. The intention was first to have a non peer-reviewed series of initial discussion paper by White and Gorard, a reply by the guest editors, followed by a rejoinder of the authors. The reply was regarded as going too far into a general discussion of significance testing, and the originating authors asked that the response be reviewed, which it was. Unfortunately, some wider discussion points were eliminated from the original reply because they referred to other papers of the authors. However, I think that this exchange of ideas is valuable and can initiate further discussions that are so important for shaping the future education of statistics also in the more traditional fields. Eight research papers on various aspects of statistical literacy complete the special issue; for an overview, see the editorial of the guest editors.There is a further section with regular papers of SERJ not contained in the special issue as SERJ has a substantial backlog of papers and we do not want the authors to be delayed too long. Furthermore, the community should be informed about current research in time as, presumably, the results may influence and inspire further research. We wish all readers to find valuable information and incentives for their own research.

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    publisher = {International Association for Statistical Education (IASE)},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {This issue of SERJ is a special issue on statistical literacy. The guest editors Jim Ridgway and James Nicholson have adopted an innovative approach: they have invited experts from our community to write essays on the situation and the perspectives of statistical literacy and statistics education. Nearly all of these essays refer to the eminent importance of integrating the new developments of data science into statistics education. As the president of the International Statistical Institute, Pedro Silva do Nascimento, expressed at the opening address at the World Statistics Congress in Rio in 2015, statistics will be revolutionised by the new developments of big data and open data. Another innovation has been to initiate a discussion on inferential statistical tests, especially on null hypothesis significance testing. The intention was first to have a non peer-reviewed series of initial discussion paper by White and Gorard, a reply by the guest editors, followed by a rejoinder of the authors. The reply was regarded as going too far into a general discussion of significance testing, and the originating authors asked that the response be reviewed, which it was. Unfortunately, some wider discussion points were eliminated from the original reply because they referred to other papers of the authors. However, I think that this exchange of ideas is valuable and can initiate further discussions that are so important for shaping the future education of statistics also in the more traditional fields. Eight research papers on various aspects of statistical literacy complete the special issue; for an overview, see the editorial of the guest editors.There is a further section with regular papers of SERJ not contained in the special issue as SERJ has a substantial backlog of papers and we do not want the authors to be delayed too long. Furthermore, the community should be informed about current research in time as, presumably, the results may influence and inspire further research. We wish all readers to find valuable information and incentives for their own research.},
    volume = {16},
    number = {2},
    month = {5},
    url = {https://iase-web.org/Publications.php?p=SERJ},
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  • T. M. Schuschnig, “Die Erweiterung der nichtfinanziellen Berichterstattung,” Steuer- und WirtschaftsKartei (SWK), iss. 13/14, p. 702–707, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c95c0c0b12015c0fe0c202004a,
    author = {Schuschnig, Tanja Maria},
    title = {{Die Erweiterung der nichtfinanziellen Berichterstattung}},
    journal = {Steuer- und WirtschaftsKartei (SWK)},
    year = {2017},
    number = {13/14},
    pages = {702--707},
    month = {5},
    }

  • M. Jirotka, B. Grimpe, B. Stahl, G. Eden, and M. Hartswood, “Responsible Research and Innovation in the Digital Age,” Communications of the ACM, vol. 60, iss. 5, p. 62–68, 2017.
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    @article{0f4de0c95bb5ca67015bc91a7eea01ce,
    author = {Jirotka, Marina and Grimpe, Barbara and Stahl, Bernd and Eden, Grace and Hartswood, Mark},
    title = {{Responsible Research and Innovation in the Digital Age}},
    journal = {Communications of the ACM},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {60},
    number = {5},
    pages = {62--68},
    month = {5},
    url = {https://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2017/5/216330-responsible-research-and-innovation-in-the-digital-age/fulltext},
    }

  • R. E. Lerchster and P. Heintel, “Facebook or loss of face? Zur Grenzdialektik direkter versus virtueller (indirekter) Kommunikation am Beispiel der Gruppendynamik,” Gruppe. Interaktion. Organisation. Zeitschrift für angewandte Organisationspsychologie, vol. 48, iss. 2, p. 91–102, 2017. doi:10.1007/s11612-017-0365-7
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c95c1befc1015c3046bcba027b,
    author = {Lerchster, Ruth Erika and Heintel, Peter},
    title = {{Facebook or loss of face? Zur Grenzdialektik direkter versus virtueller (indirekter) Kommunikation am Beispiel der Gruppendynamik}},
    journal = {Gruppe. Interaktion. Organisation. Zeitschrift für angewandte Organisationspsychologie},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1007/s11612-017-0365-7},
    volume = {48},
    number = {2},
    pages = {91--102},
    month = {4},
    url = {http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11612-017-0365-7?wt\_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorAssignedToIssue},
    }

  • M. Ukowitz and W. Drobesch, “Transdisciplinarity and the fruitful interplay between social science and science of history,” Cogent Arts & Humanities, vol. 4:1300085, iss. Issue 1, p. 18–18, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c75b60b809015b6159fbcc005c,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina and Drobesch, Werner},
    title = {{Transdisciplinarity and the fruitful interplay between social science and science of history}},
    journal = {Cogent Arts \& Humanities},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {4:1300085},
    number = {Issue 1},
    pages = {18--18},
    month = {4},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.1080/23311983.2017.1300085},
    }

  • I. Steccolini, M. Jones, and I. Saliterer, “Conclusion,” in Governmental Financial Resilience, I. Steccolini, M. Jones, and I. Saliterer, Eds., Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2017, vol. 27, p. 229–240.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Ambitious though it is to summarise the richness of experiences emerging from the country chapters in a few lines, in this concluding chapter we attempt a short synthesis and interpretation, searching for different approaches to resilience and the underlying contextual and organisational explanatory variables. In doing so, we summarise what we have learned about the financial resilience of local governments across 11 countries and discuss possible developments and future research avenues.While the financial crisis – in some way – impacted most of the countries included in this book, the effects on local governments were not uniform, with some being affected immediately and/or more substantially than others, partly due to the proximity of the crisis, the natural effects of pre-existing fiscal profiles and intergovernmental relations or national coping policies.The analysis conducted across the 45 local shows that resilience can take different forms, but that important commonalities can be identified across countries. This reveals that there is no one single approach to resilience and that organisations have the choice, based on their latent capacities and how they perceive their vulnerability in the face of a crisis, over which pathway they follow.The different patterns of financial resilience that emerge can be interpreted as the result of the dynamic interplay among the dimensions of anticipatory capacity, coping capacity and financial shocks, as well as a local government’s associated vulnerability to them.

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  • D. Barben, “Spurenlos am Erbgut schneiden.,” Die Furche, iss. 13, p. 4–5, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
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    author = {Barben, Daniel},
    title = {{Spurenlos am Erbgut schneiden.}},
    journal = {Die Furche},
    year = {2017},
    number = {13},
    pages = {4--5},
    month = {3},
    }

  • G. Offermanns and Š. Draganović, “Händehygiene und Gesundheitskompetenz im Kontext von Patientensicherheit im Krankenhaus,” Forum Public Health, vol. 25, p. 74–76, 2017. doi:10.1515/pubhef-2016-2137
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    Zusammenfassung:Im Kontext der Forschung findet die Fragestellung, wie Patienten in den Prozess der Händedesinfektion durch Gesundheitspersonal einbezogen werden können, bisher wenig Beachtung. In entsprechenden Kampagnen stellt lediglich das Gesundheitspersonal eine Zielgruppe dar. Der Beitrag zeigt die Public Health Relevanz des Themas sowie Möglichkeiten durch Gesundheitskompetenz mit Patienten, Organisation und Gesundheitspersonal Infektionsraten signifikant zu senken.Abstract:In the field of patient safety the topic of meaningfully involving patients into the process of hand hygiene has not received a lot of attention up to now. Hereby a lack of transparency occurs, as the target audience of the relevant campaigns were merely health professionals, while patients were not included in the efforts. This article illustrates the relevance of patient involvement in the given topic. It displays the public health importance and shows possibilities of a coherent approach by using health literacy among patients, organizations and health professionals to reduce the infection rates significantly.

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  • M. Ukowitz, “Transdisziplinäre Forschung in Reallaboren: Ein Plädoyer für Einheit in der Vielfalt,” GAIA, p. 9–12, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c75b5bff09015b5d0aabed005e,
    author = {Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {{Transdisziplinäre Forschung in Reallaboren: Ein Plädoyer für Einheit in der Vielfalt}},
    journal = {GAIA},
    year = {2017},
    pages = {9--12},
    month = {3},
    }

  • R. Rauter, D. Globocnik, E. Perl-Vorbach, and R. J. Baumgartner, “Open Innovation und Nachhaltigkeit – Empirische Befunde zur Bedeutung von Kooperationen für den nachhaltigkeitsorientierten und wirtschaftlichen Unternehmenserfolg,” WINGbusiness, iss. 2, p. 34–41, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c96046086b01604bad53e30923,
    author = {Rauter, Romana and Globocnik, Dietfried and Perl-Vorbach, Elke and Baumgartner, Rupert J.},
    title = {{Open Innovation und Nachhaltigkeit - Empirische Befunde zur Bedeutung von Kooperationen für den nachhaltigkeitsorientierten und wirtschaftlichen Unternehmenserfolg}},
    journal = {WINGbusiness},
    year = {2017},
    number = {2},
    pages = {34--41},
    month = {2},
    url = {https://issuu.com/beablond/docs/heft\_02\_17\_final},
    }

  • N. Hampl and R. G. Sposato, Erneuerbare Energien in Österreich 2016, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c759e005ab0159e1df4f7908b4,
    author = {Hampl, Nina and Sposato, Robert Gennaro},
    title = {Erneuerbare Energien in Österreich 2016},
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    month = {1},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • U. Bayer, O. S. Glazachev, R. Likar, M. Burtscher, W. Kofler, G. Pinter, H. Stettner, S. Demschar, B. Trummer, and S. Neuwersch, “Adaptation to intermittent hypoxia-hyperoxia improves cognitive performance and exercise tolerance in the elderly,” Advances in Gerontology, vol. 7, iss. 3, p. 214–220, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c9614d039e016156ef2daa038b,
    author = {Bayer, U. and Glazachev, O. S. and Likar, Rudolf and Burtscher, M. and Kofler, W. and Pinter, Georg and Stettner, Haro and Demschar, Susanne and Trummer, Brigitte and Neuwersch, Stefan},
    title = {{Adaptation to intermittent hypoxia-hyperoxia improves cognitive performance and exercise tolerance in the elderly}},
    journal = {Advances in Gerontology},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {7},
    number = {3},
    pages = {214--220},
    }

  • G. Pe’er, Y. Zinngrebe, J. Hauck, S. Schindler, A. Dittrich, S. Zingg, T. Tscharntke, R. Oppermann, L. M. E. Sutcliffe, C. Sirami, J. Schmidt, C. Hoyer, C. Schleyer, and S. Lakner, “Adding Some Green to the Greening: Improving the EU’s Ecological Focus Areas for Biodiversity and Farmers,” Conservation Letters, p. 1–14, 2017. doi:10.1111/conl.12333
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    @article{0f4de0c759d669ee0159dab741350056,
    author = {Pe’er, Guy and Zinngrebe, Yves and Hauck, Jennifer and Schindler, Stefan and Dittrich, Andreas and Zingg, Silvia and Tscharntke, Teja and Oppermann, Rainer and Sutcliffe, Laura M. E. and Sirami, Clélia and Schmidt, Jenny and Hoyer, Christian and Schleyer, Christian and Lakner, Sebastian},
    title = {{Adding Some Green to the Greening: Improving the EU's Ecological Focus Areas for Biodiversity and Farmers}},
    journal = {Conservation Letters},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1111/conl.12333},
    pages = {1--14},
    url = {http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/conl.12333/abstract},
    }

  • I. Bouwma, C. Schleyer, E. Primmer, K. J. Winkler, P. Berry, J. Young, E. Carmen, J. Špulerová, P. Bezák, E. Preda, and A. Vadineanu, “Adoption of the ecosystem services concept in EU policies,” Ecosystem Services, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.02.014
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    @article{0f4de0c75b9e8fb9015b9f924c7300f3,
    author = {Bouwma, Irene and Schleyer, Christian and Primmer, Eeva and Winkler, Klara Johanna and Berry, Pam and Young, Juliette and Carmen, Esther and Špulerová, Jana and Bezák, Peter and Preda, Elena and Vadineanu, Angheluta},
    title = {{Adoption of the ecosystem services concept in EU policies}},
    journal = {Ecosystem Services},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.02.014},
    url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212041617301018},
    }

  • S. Korac, I. Saliterer, and E. Scorsone, “Financial Resilience at the Root of the Crisis – Michigan, U.S.,” in Governmental Financial Resilience, I. Steccolini, M. Jones, and I. Saliterer, Eds., Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2017, vol. 27, p. 207–227.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    The United States (U.S.) has been described as the root of the global financial crisis. The events of the financial, sovereign debt, and Euro crisis and the accompanying economic turmoil that have spread throughout most of the Western world have been traced back to the excessive consumer borrowing, sub-prime mortgage lending and ultimately the housing bubble in the United States. Its burst in 2008 created a shock that overshadowed prior recession and fiscal stress of governmental entities in the United States. Deriving over 90\% of their own tax revenues from property taxes, local governments in Michigan have been hit even more excessively. However, the cases analysed in this chapter not only tell a unique story of deep shock and legacy costs, but also of creative ways of surviving the crisis, exerting different patterns of financial resilience. In general, state regulations restricted buffering the impact, and some cities additionally suffered from their geographical vicinity to and economic dependency on Detroit, a city that stands for the turbulence of the U.S. automobile industry. After first deploying buffering capacities that still existed, two cases saw the crisis as an opportunity to address their vulnerabilities (reactive adapters), an opportunity that was not recognised in the case of a constrained adapter. In contrast, one case showed strong anticipatory and coping capacities that have been built up in the past, equipping the local government to operate in a lean and efficient way, and to proactively adapt to arising shocks.

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  • S. Korac, “Austria – Building Capacities Versus Resting on Laurels,” in Governmental Financial Resilience, I. Steccolini, M. Jones, and I. Saliterer, Eds., Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2017, vol. 27, p. 17–33.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Unfolding almost a decade ago, the global financial crisis still affects governments all over the world. Austria has been hit only moderately, showing one of the lowest debt and unemployment levels in the European Union throughout the crisis years. However, the crisis’ aftermath affected the financial situation of Austrian local governments significantly. Although they are self-administered and exert high political and functional autonomy, local governments rely heavily on shared tax revenues with the federal level. These shared revenues as well as local governments’ own tax revenues declined, mirroring the economic turmoil following the financial crisis. This chapter aims to explore how Austrian local governments responded to these challenges. It does so by investigating the contextual conditions as well as internal capacities through the lens of financial resilience. All four cases included in the analysis highlighted that institutional conditions and general trends, e.g. tasks devolved from upper levels of government without sufficient compensation, limit their ability to cope with financial shocks. In this context, different patterns of financial resilience can be observed. While two cases initially showed low anticipatory and coping capacities, awareness of decision-makers resulted in building internal capacities and in making necessary changes early or as a response to the shock. The other two, however, seem to rest on their laurels of strong capacities in the past, and to rely mainly on their buffering capacities in reacting to shocks, thus increasing their vulnerability in the future.

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  • S. Gingrich, I. Marco, E. Aguilera, R. Padró, C. Cattaneo, G. Cunfer, G. I. Guzmán, J. MacFadyen, and A. Watson, “Agroecosystem energy transitions in the old and new worlds: trajectories and determinants at the regional scale,” Regional Environmental Change, p. 1–13, 2017. doi:10.1007/s10113-017-1261-y
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    author = {Gingrich, Simone and Marco, Inés and Aguilera, Eduardo and Padró, Roc and Cattaneo, Claudio and Cunfer, Geoff and Guzmán, Gloria I. and MacFadyen, Joshua and Watson, Andrew},
    title = {{Agroecosystem energy transitions in the old and new worlds: trajectories and determinants at the regional scale}},
    journal = {Regional Environmental Change},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1007/s10113-017-1261-y},
    pages = {1--13},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007\%2Fs10113-017-1261-y},
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  • H. Egner, J. Kubelka, and P. Habernik, “Fettix – Regionalverkehrsplan Kärnten: Studie “Ossiacher See – Gegendtal t0″,” , Klagenfurt 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    t0-Messung und Monitoring der Qualität des öffentlichen Verkehrs in der Verkehrsregion Ossiacher See – Gegendtal.

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  • R. Hübner, Nachhaltigkeit im Alltag zwischen Ideologie, Aktionismus und Wissenschaft, 2017.
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    author = {Hübner, Renate},
    title = {Nachhaltigkeit im Alltag zwischen Ideologie, Aktionismus und Wissenschaft},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {9},
    year = {2017},
    url = {http://www.glasrecycling.at/1591-2/},
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  • I. Koinig, S. Diehl, and B. Mueller, “Are pharmaceutical ads affording consumers a greater say in their health care? The evaluation and self-empowerment effects of different ad appeals in Brazil ,” International Journal of Advertising, p. 1–30, 2017. doi:10.1080/02650487.2017.1367353
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    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra and Mueller, Barbara},
    title = {{Are pharmaceutical ads affording consumers a greater say in their health care? The evaluation and self-empowerment effects of different ad appeals in Brazil }},
    journal = {International Journal of Advertising},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1080/02650487.2017.1367353 },
    pages = {1--30},
    month = {9},
    url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/iFp2kBqjpkuDZ2bMmGxj/full},
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  • A. Priessner, R. G. Sposato, and N. Hampl, “How to Trigger Mass-Market Adoption for Electric Vehicles? – An Analysis of Potential Electric Vehicle Drivers in Austria,” in Proceedings of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) European Conference 2017, , 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Road transportation is one of the biggest contributor to CO2 emissions globally. By choosing full-electric over conventional fuel vehicles, car users can lower greenhouse gas emissions and help mitigate the causes of climate change. Even though barriers to the adoption of electric vehicles such as price, range, charging infrastructure, etc. are diminishing, sales growth has fallen short of industry expectations. Hence, it is of importance to better understand potential electric vehicle (EV) adopters compared to early and non-adopters and to identify drivers to accelerate the diffusion of zero-emission cars. This research project advances existing analyses by concentrating on two research objectives. First, we aim at advancing our understanding of early and potential adopters of EVs with a particular focus on cultural worldviews individuals subscribe to as predictors of acceptance. Second, we aim to shed some light on the different sub-groups of potential adopters with distinct socio-demographic and psychographic profiles and their preferences for policy incentives.

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  • W. Elmenreich, T. Khatib, and A. Monacchi, “Smart Microgrids: Optimizing Local Resources toward Increased Efficiency and a More Sustainable Growth,” in Business, Management and Economics » “Research and Development Evolving Trends and Practices – Towards Human, Institutional and Economic Sectors Growth”, S. Maad, Ed., Vukovar: Intech, 2017, p. 53–72. doi:10.5772/intechopen.69369
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Smart microgrids are a possibility to reduce complexity by performing local optimization of power production, consumption and storage. We do not envision smart microgrids to be island solutions but rather to be integrated into a larger network of microgrids that form the future energy grid. Operating and controlling a smart microgrid involves optimization for using locally generated energy and to provide feedback to the user when and how to use devices. This chapter shows how these issues can be addressed starting with measuring and modeling energy consumption patterns by collecting an energy consumption dataset at device level. The open dataset allows to extract typical usage patterns and subsequently to model test scenarios for energy management algorithms. Section 3 discusses means for analyzing measured data and for providing detailed feedback about energy consumption to increase customers’ energy awareness. Section 4 shows how renewable energy sources can be integrated in a smart microgrid and how energy production can be accurately predicted. Section 5 introduces a self-organizing local energy system that autonomously coordinates production and consumption via an agent-based energy auction system. The final section discusses how the proposed methods contribute to sustainable growth and gives an outlook to future research.

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  • R. G. Sposato and N. Hampl, “The Impact of Beliefs, Motives and Worldviews on Social Acceptance of Renewable Energy Technologies,” in Proceedings of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) European Conference 2017, , 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    With increasing demand for renewable energy, research focusing on social acceptance of the facilities necessary to harness the respective sources such as wind and the sun has firmly established itself over the past decades. We built on this rich literature investigating factors from social-acceptance research but expand this set of variables with theoretical insights from risk perception literature, noteably ideology, most promintently discussed in cultural theory of risk and cultural cognition research. While the influence of ideology on individuals perceptions’ and behaviour has received widespread scholarly attention regarding a variety of topical issues from vaccinations, to gun legislation and climate change, social acceptance of renewable energy technologies (RET) has not been one of them. The study presented here is aimed at addressing this shortcoming in the literature by examining the predictive power of various constructs, including ideology, with respect to individuals’ willingness to accept the building of RET in their vicinity.

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    author = {Sposato, Robert Gennaro and Hampl, Nina},
    title = {{The Impact of Beliefs, Motives and Worldviews on Social Acceptance of Renewable Energy Technologies}},
    booktitle = {Proceedings of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) European Conference 2017},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {With increasing demand for renewable energy, research focusing on social acceptance of the facilities necessary to harness the respective sources such as wind and the sun has firmly established itself over the past decades. We built on this rich literature investigating factors from social-acceptance research but expand this set of variables with theoretical insights from risk perception literature, noteably ideology, most promintently discussed in cultural theory of risk and cultural cognition research. While the influence of ideology on individuals perceptions’ and behaviour has received widespread scholarly attention regarding a variety of topical issues from vaccinations, to gun legislation and climate change, social acceptance of renewable energy technologies (RET) has not been one of them. The study presented here is aimed at addressing this shortcoming in the literature by examining the predictive power of various constructs, including ideology, with respect to individuals’ willingness to accept the building of RET in their vicinity.},
    month = {9},
    url = {http://www.iaee.org/proceedings/conference/97},
    }

  • N. Matzner, Climate Engineering: Unsichere Option im Umgang mit dem Klimawandel., 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c75ea54b72015eb80b5006039c,
    author = {Matzner, Nils},
    title = {Climate Engineering: Unsichere Option im Umgang mit dem Klimawandel.},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {9},
    year = {2017},
    url = {http://scienceblog.at/climate-engineering-unsichere-option-im-umgang-mit-dem-klimawandel\#.Wb--JtFpHIU},
    }

  • C. Barbera, M. Jones, S. Korac, I. Saliterer, and I. Steccolini, “Governmental financial resilience under austerityin Austria, England and Italy: How do localgovernments cope with financial shocks?,” Public Administration, p. xx–xx, 2017. doi:10.1111/padm.12350
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    The recent economic and fiscal crisis provides an opportunity forlearning lessons of general and practical relevance about how governmentsface shocks affecting their financial conditions. This articledraws on the resilience concept to investigate theorganizational capacities that are deployed and/or built by localgovernments (LGs) to respond to such shocks, looking at theircombinations and interactions with environmental conditions. Thearticle presents the results of a multiple-case analysis of 12European LGs across Austria, Italy and England. The analysisallows us to highlight and operationalize different patterns offinancial resilience, that is, self-regulation, constrained or reactiveadaptation, contented or powerless fatalism, that are the result ofthe interaction and development over time of different internaland external dimensions.

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    author = {Barbera, Carmela and Jones, Martin and Korac, Sanja and Saliterer, Iris and Steccolini, Ileana},
    title = {{Governmental financial resilience under austerityin Austria, England and Italy: How do localgovernments cope with financial shocks?}},
    journal = {Public Administration},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {The recent economic and fiscal crisis provides an opportunity forlearning lessons of general and practical relevance about how governmentsface shocks affecting their financial conditions. This articledraws on the resilience concept to investigate theorganizational capacities that are deployed and/or built by localgovernments (LGs) to respond to such shocks, looking at theircombinations and interactions with environmental conditions. Thearticle presents the results of a multiple-case analysis of 12European LGs across Austria, Italy and England. The analysisallows us to highlight and operationalize different patterns offinancial resilience, that is, self-regulation, constrained or reactiveadaptation, contented or powerless fatalism, that are the result ofthe interaction and development over time of different internaland external dimensions.},
    doi = {10.1111/padm.12350},
    pages = {xx--xx},
    month = {8},
    }

  • H. Egner, J. Kubelka, and P. Habernik, “Fettix – Regionalverkehrsplan Kärnten: Studie “Millstätter See – Gegendtal t0″,” , Klagenfurt 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    t0-Messung und Monitoring der Qualität des öffentlichen Verkehrs in der Verkehrsregion Millstätter See – Gegendtal.

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    abstract = {t0-Messung und Monitoring der Qualität des öffentlichen Verkehrs in der Verkehrsregion Millstätter See - Gegendtal.},
    address = {Klagenfurt},
    month = {7},
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  • M. Borovcnik, “Informal inference – Some thoughts to reconsider,” in 61st World Statistics Congress, Voorburg: International Statistical Institute, 2017, p. 1–6.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Informal inference is a term used more recently in statistics education to unify various approaches starting from simulation of probabilistic models (to illustrate their impact and to solve the problems), or using re-randomisation methods to reduce the required assumptions (as done in non-parametric statistics), and going on to use bootstrap to replace statistical inference by a data-oriented approach, as was the intention by Efron and Tibshirani. There are special needs in applications to modify the traditional methods of statistical inference that ask for the specific approaches (reduce assumptions; find tractable solutions where parametric models do not fit). It is pertinent to analyse these approaches from an educational perspective. Vital questions and issues are: What is the role of probability and can it be reduced to a purely frequentist concept? What are the consequences of this approach to the perception of modelling – as all information is contained in the given data? How smooth is the educational path from informal inference towards statistical inference as type-II errors are not embedded in a pure re-randomisation and bootstrap approach? Informal inference as it is intended in the current developments goes beyond informally exploring probabilistic models by simulation and aims to replace traditional statistical inference. Is this the way forward both logically and educationally? Keywords: comparative statistical inference; statistical thinking; foundations; statistics education.

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    author = {Borovcnik, Manfred},
    title = {{Informal inference – Some thoughts to reconsider}},
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    publisher = {International Statistical Institute},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Informal inference is a term used more recently in statistics education to unify various approaches starting from simulation of probabilistic models (to illustrate their impact and to solve the problems), or using re-randomisation methods to reduce the required assumptions (as done in non-parametric statistics), and going on to use bootstrap to replace statistical inference by a data-oriented approach, as was the intention by Efron and Tibshirani. There are special needs in applications to modify the traditional methods of statistical inference that ask for the specific approaches (reduce assumptions; find tractable solutions where parametric models do not fit). It is pertinent to analyse these approaches from an educational perspective. Vital questions and issues are: What is the role of probability and can it be reduced to a purely frequentist concept? What are the consequences of this approach to the perception of modelling – as all information is contained in the given data? How smooth is the educational path from informal inference towards statistical inference as type-II errors are not embedded in a pure re-randomisation and bootstrap approach? Informal inference as it is intended in the current developments goes beyond informally exploring probabilistic models by simulation and aims to replace traditional statistical inference. Is this the way forward both logically and educationally? Keywords: comparative statistical inference; statistical thinking; foundations; statistics education.},
    pages = {1--6},
    address = {Voorburg},
    month = {7},
    url = {https://www.isi-web.org/index.php/publications/proceedings},
    }

  • U. Papenfuß, I. Saliterer, and N. Albrecht, “A Cushioned Impact of the Financial Crisis – Local Government Financial Resilience in Germany,” in Governmental Financial Resilience, I. Steccolini, M. Jones, and I. Saliterer, Eds., Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2017, vol. 27, p. 115–134.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This chapter investigates financial resilience of German local governments. The local governments included in this analysis challenged the applicability of the financial resilience concept by reporting no significant direct impact of the financial crisis during the last 10 years. This is also in line with more general observations suggesting that Germany weathered the financial crisis successfully and without the dramatic effects on its local governments that are observable in other countries. During semi-structured interviews with key administrative decision-makers, it turned out that the financial crisis impacted the local governments’ commercial tax revenues only in its aftermath, and respondents rather highlighted the refugee crisis in 2015 and sudden changes in the tax base caused by relocation, bankruptcy or economic turmoil as financial shocks. More general trends, for example, upper governmental levels devolving more service and administrative responsibility without sufficient compensation, and in particular long-term issues, that is, high debt levels magnifying effects of financial shocks, seem to challenge German local governments. Some cases included in this investigation seem reluctant to make conflict-laden, but necessary changes, and feel exposed to policies and regulations by upper governmental levels. This creates uncertainty and at times leaves them in a sense of helplessness and infeasibility of proper planning. However, the need for investing resources to build up internal capacities has already been pointed out. From a financial resilience perspective, this seems even more important in a context where relying on buffering was feasible, but might prove insufficient once other internal capacities are required to tackle local governments’ financial vulnerabilities.

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    author = {Papenfuß, Ulf and Saliterer, Iris and Albrecht, Nora},
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    booktitle = {Governmental Financial Resilience},
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    abstract = {This chapter investigates financial resilience of German local governments. The local governments included in this analysis challenged the applicability of the financial resilience concept by reporting no significant direct impact of the financial crisis during the last 10 years. This is also in line with more general observations suggesting that Germany weathered the financial crisis successfully and without the dramatic effects on its local governments that are observable in other countries. During semi-structured interviews with key administrative decision-makers, it turned out that the financial crisis impacted the local governments’ commercial tax revenues only in its aftermath, and respondents rather highlighted the refugee crisis in 2015 and sudden changes in the tax base caused by relocation, bankruptcy or economic turmoil as financial shocks. More general trends, for example, upper governmental levels devolving more service and administrative responsibility without sufficient compensation, and in particular long-term issues, that is, high debt levels magnifying effects of financial shocks, seem to challenge German local governments. Some cases included in this investigation seem reluctant to make conflict-laden, but necessary changes, and feel exposed to policies and regulations by upper governmental levels. This creates uncertainty and at times leaves them in a sense of helplessness and infeasibility of proper planning. However, the need for investing resources to build up internal capacities has already been pointed out. From a financial resilience perspective, this seems even more important in a context where relying on buffering was feasible, but might prove insufficient once other internal capacities are required to tackle local governments’ financial vulnerabilities.},
    editor = {Ileana Steccolini and Martin Jones and Iris Saliterer},
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    pages = {115--134},
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    url = {http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/book/10.1108/S2053-7697201727},
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  • M. Jungmeier, F. Rauch, R. Hübner, and W. Elmenreich, “Aporetische Konflikte – Lernpotenziale im Bereich Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung Illustrationen am Beispiel nachhaltiger Regionalentwicklung ,” SOCIENCE – Journal of Science-Society Interfaces, vol. 1, p. 57–63, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Nachhaltige Entwicklung geht oft mit Konflikten und Dilemmata einher. Dabei spielen Aporien, also Konflikte, die systemlogisch nicht aufgelöst werden können, eine besondere Rolle. In diesem Artikel vertreten wir die Annahme, dass eine nachhaltige Entwicklung im Widerspruch zu derzeit praktizierten und als nicht nachhaltig eingestuften Entwicklungspfaden steht. Einige dieser Widersprüche weisen Merkmale aporetischer Konflikte auf. Gerade diese enthalten große Lern- und Gestaltungspotenziale, die in der universitären Lehre vermittelt werden sollen. Im Rahmen einer fakultätsübergreifenden Zusammenarbeit bietet die Alpen-Adria-Universität in Klagenfurt ein Wahlfachmodul „Nachhaltige Entwicklung“ an. Der Artikel illustriert am Beispiel nachhaltiger Regionalentwicklung aus diesem Lehrveranstaltungsmodul, welche Widersprüche und aporetische Konflikte im Zusammenhang mit Transformationsprozessen zu erwarten bzw. festzustellen sind. Diese werden aus unterschiedlichen disziplinären Perspektiven betrachtet und in Folge identifiziert, beschrieben und eingeordnet. Abschließend werden Potenziale für Bildungsprozesse identifiziert und reflektiert.

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    journal = {SOCIENCE - Journal of Science-Society Interfaces},
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    abstract = {Nachhaltige Entwicklung geht oft mit Konflikten und Dilemmata einher. Dabei spielen Aporien, also Konflikte, die systemlogisch nicht aufgelöst werden können, eine besondere Rolle. In diesem Artikel vertreten wir die Annahme, dass eine nachhaltige Entwicklung im Widerspruch zu derzeit praktizierten und als nicht nachhaltig eingestuften Entwicklungspfaden steht. Einige dieser Widersprüche weisen Merkmale aporetischer Konflikte auf. Gerade diese enthalten große Lern- und Gestaltungspotenziale, die in der universitären Lehre vermittelt werden sollen. Im Rahmen einer fakultätsübergreifenden Zusammenarbeit bietet die Alpen-Adria-Universität in Klagenfurt ein Wahlfachmodul „Nachhaltige Entwicklung“ an. Der Artikel illustriert am Beispiel nachhaltiger Regionalentwicklung aus diesem Lehrveranstaltungsmodul, welche Widersprüche und aporetische Konflikte im Zusammenhang mit Transformationsprozessen zu erwarten bzw. festzustellen sind. Diese werden aus unterschiedlichen disziplinären Perspektiven betrachtet und in Folge identifiziert, beschrieben und eingeordnet. Abschließend werden Potenziale für Bildungsprozesse identifiziert und reflektiert.},
    volume = {1},
    pages = {57--63},
    month = {7},
    url = {https://openjournals.wu.ac.at/ojs/index.php/socience/article/view/183/136},
    }

  • N. Matzner and V. Erat, GenderStorm. Wie ein Desaster-Film die Wettermanipulation noch männlicher macht als sie eh schon war., 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c960dee6ca0160e041671e03ca,
    author = {Matzner, Nils and Erat, Vanessa},
    title = {GenderStorm. Wie ein Desaster-Film die Wettermanipulation noch männlicher macht als sie eh schon war.},
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {7},
    year = {2017},
    url = {http://www.zfmedienwissenschaft.de/online/blog/genderstorm-wie-ein-desaster-film-die-wettermanipulation-noch-maennlicher-macht},
    }

  • Š. Draganović, Messung und Entwicklung der Patientensicherheitskultur im Managementkontext – Qualitative und quantitative Studien aus Österreich und Bosnien und Herzegowina, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    In dieser Dissertation haben insgesamt 4142 Health Professionals aus 19 Gesundheitsorganisationen (16 Krankenhäusern und drei Rehabilitationskliniken) teilgenommen. Dabei waren 1525 in Österreich tätige Health Professionals, die in den acht ausgewählten Krankenhäusern und zwei Rehabilitationskliniken tätig sind, beteiligt. 2617 in B&H tätige Health Professionals aus acht Krankenhäusern und einer Rehabilitationsklinik nahmen ebenfalls an der Befragung teil. Zusätzlich sind 32 Interviews mit Health Professionals durchgeführt worden, die entweder im Qualitäts- oder im Risikomanagement (CIRS-Team) tätig sind. Somit gelten diese Probanden als Experten für die Thematik (vgl. Kapitel 3). Die Dissertation besteht aus fünf Studien: einer qualitativen Studie, die in Österreich durchgeführt wurde; zwei psychometrischen Studien, wobei je eine für jedes Untersuchungsland durchgeführt wurde; zwei Querschnittstudien, die in beiden Ländern gemacht worden sind.

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    abstract = {In dieser Dissertation haben insgesamt 4142 Health Professionals aus 19 Gesundheitsorganisationen (16 Krankenhäusern und drei Rehabilitationskliniken) teilgenommen. Dabei waren 1525 in Österreich tätige Health Professionals, die in den acht ausgewählten Krankenhäusern und zwei Rehabilitationskliniken tätig sind, beteiligt. 2617 in B\&H tätige Health Professionals aus acht Krankenhäusern und einer Rehabilitationsklinik nahmen ebenfalls an der Befragung teil. Zusätzlich sind 32 Interviews mit Health Professionals durchgeführt worden, die entweder im Qualitäts- oder im Risikomanagement (CIRS-Team) tätig sind. Somit gelten diese Probanden als Experten für die Thematik (vgl. Kapitel 3). Die Dissertation besteht aus fünf Studien: einer qualitativen Studie, die in Österreich durchgeführt wurde; zwei psychometrischen Studien, wobei je eine für jedes Untersuchungsland durchgeführt wurde; zwei Querschnittstudien, die in beiden Ländern gemacht worden sind.},
    month = {7},
    year = {2017},
    url = {https://www.aau.at},
    }

  • H. Egner, J. Kubelka, and P. Habernik, “Fettix – Regionalverkehrsplan Kärnten: Studie “Unteres Drautal t0″,” , Klagenfurt 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    t0-Messung und Monitoring der Qualität des öffentlichen Verkehrs in der Verkehrsregion Unteres Drautal.

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  • H. Egner, J. Falkner, M. Jungmeier, and D. Zollner, “Institutionalizing cooperation between biosphere reserves and universities. The example of Science_Link Nockberge,” eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research, vol. 2, p. 77–80, 2017. doi:10.1553/eco.mont-9-2s77
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Biosphere reserves as recognised model regions for sustainable development are supposed to maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, new technologies and scholarly discussions. Science_Linknockberge is an institutionalised cooperation between the Carinthian part of the Biosphere Reserve Salzburger Lungau & Kärntner Nockberge on the one hand and the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt on the other hand. The authors document and reflect the experiences of five years and argue that such a cooperation is mutually beneficial for all sides: the management of the biosphere reserve, the region and the university as well.

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    author = {Egner, Heike and Falkner, Julia and Jungmeier, Michael and Zollner, Daniel},
    title = {{Institutionalizing cooperation between biosphere reserves and universities. The example of Science\_Link Nockberge}},
    journal = {eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Biosphere reserves as recognised model regions for sustainable development are supposed to maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, new technologies and scholarly discussions. Science\_Linknockberge is an institutionalised cooperation between the Carinthian part of the Biosphere Reserve Salzburger Lungau \& Kärntner Nockberge on the one hand and the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt on the other hand. The authors document and reflect the experiences of five years and argue that such a cooperation is mutually beneficial for all sides: the management of the biosphere reserve, the region and the university as well.},
    doi = {10.1553/eco.mont-9-2s77},
    volume = {2},
    pages = {77--80},
    month = {7},
    url = {http://epub.oeaw.ac.at/?arp=0x00369c7b},
    }

  • I. Koinig, S. Diehl, and B. Mueller, “Responses to CSR appeals in non-prescription drug ads: Evidence from Brazil and the United States,” in Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance, L. M. Gomez, L. Vargas-Preciado, and D. Crowther, Eds., Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2017, vol. 11, p. 133–155.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c95e8648b5015e98d4e96901f4,
    author = {Koinig, Isabell and Diehl, Sandra and Mueller, Barbara},
    title = {{Responses to CSR appeals in non-prescription drug ads: Evidence from Brazil and the United States}},
    booktitle = {Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance},
    publisher = {Emerald Group Publishing Limited},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Lina M. Gomez and Lucely Vargas-Preciado and David Crowther},
    volume = {11},
    pages = {133--155},
    address = {Bingley},
    month = {7},
    isbn = {978-1-78714-412-5},
    }

  • P. Schuchter and A. Heller, “The Care Dialog: the “ethic of care” approach and its importance for clinical consultation,” Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 2017. doi:10.1007/s11019-017-9784-z
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c76123327e016128611ab20a91,
    author = {Schuchter, Patrick and Heller, Andreas},
    title = {{The Care Dialog: the "ethic of care" approach and its importance for clinical consultation}},
    journal = {Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1007/s11019-017-9784-z},
    month = {7},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11019-017-9784-z },
    }

  • N. Matzner, GenderStorm. How GeoStorm makes weather control a masculine project., 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c960dee6ca0160e049a2e603ff,
    author = {Matzner, Nils},
    title = {GenderStorm. How GeoStorm makes weather control a masculine project. },
    howpublished = {Online},
    month = {6},
    year = {2017},
    url = {http://www.themovieblog.com/2017/12/genderstorm-geostorm-makes-weather-control-masculine-project/},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, Affective Ecologies: Empathy, Emotion, and Environmental Narrative, The Ohio State University Press, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Affective Ecologies: Empathy, Emotion, and Environmental Narrative explores our emotional engagement with environmental narrative. Focusing on the American cultural context, Alexa Weik von Mossner develops an ecocritical approach that draws on the insights of affective science and cognitive narratology. This approach helps to clarify how we interact with environmental narratives in ways that are both biologically universal and culturally specific. In doing so, it pays particular attention to the thesis that our minds are both embodied (in a physical body) and embedded (in a physical environment), not only when we interact with the real world but also in our engagement with imaginary worlds.How do we experience the virtual environments we encounter in literature and film on the sensory and emotional level? How do environmental narratives invite us to care for human and nonhuman others who are put at risk? And how do we feel about the speculative futures presented to us in ecotopian and ecodystopian texts? Weik von Mossner explores these central questions that are important to anyone with an interest in the emotional appeal and persuasive power of environmental narratives.

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    title = {{Affective Ecologies: Empathy, Emotion, and Environmental Narrative}},
    publisher = {The Ohio State University Press},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Affective Ecologies: Empathy, Emotion, and Environmental Narrative explores our emotional engagement with environmental narrative. Focusing on the American cultural context, Alexa Weik von Mossner develops an ecocritical approach that draws on the insights of affective science and cognitive narratology. This approach helps to clarify how we interact with environmental narratives in ways that are both biologically universal and culturally specific. In doing so, it pays particular attention to the thesis that our minds are both embodied (in a physical body) and embedded (in a physical environment), not only when we interact with the real world but also in our engagement with imaginary worlds.How do we experience the virtual environments we encounter in literature and film on the sensory and emotional level? How do environmental narratives invite us to care for human and nonhuman others who are put at risk? And how do we feel about the speculative futures presented to us in ecotopian and ecodystopian texts? Weik von Mossner explores these central questions that are important to anyone with an interest in the emotional appeal and persuasive power of environmental narratives.},
    isbn = {978-0-8142-5401-1},
    url = {https://ohiostatepress.org/books/titles/9780814213360.html},
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  • M. Jungmeier and C. Pichler-Koban, “Alpine parks between yesterday and tomorrow,” eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research, vol. Vol.9, p. 19–26, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c959ffa119015a099d233f0359,
    author = {Jungmeier, Michael and Pichler-Koban, Christina},
    title = {{Alpine parks between yesterday and tomorrow}},
    journal = {eco.mont - Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research},
    year = {2017},
    volume = {Vol.9},
    pages = {19--26},
    month = {1},
    }

  • M. Fischer and J. K. Steinberger, “Growth and sustainability in a material world: the self-reinforcing cycle of population, GDP and resource use,” in Handbook on Growth and Sustainability, P. A. Victor and B. Dolter, Eds., Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2017, p. 372–393. doi:10.4337/9781783473564.00026
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c95475580d01547662a5000032,
    author = {Fischer, Marina and Steinberger, Julia Karen},
    title = {{Growth and sustainability in a material world: the self-reinforcing cycle of population, GDP and resource use}},
    booktitle = {Handbook on Growth and Sustainability},
    publisher = {Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.4337/9781783473564.00026},
    editor = {Peter A. Victor and Brett Dolter},
    pages = {372--393},
    address = {Cheltenham},
    isbn = {978 1 78347 355 7},
    url = {http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/handbook-on-growth-and-sustainability},
    }

  • R. G. Sposato, P. Mandl, G. Garcia-Santos, and N. Hampl, Estimating potentials of renewable energy technologies using GIS analytics and social survey data on public acceptance – A working paper, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c75f5d7ddf015f6cfe6dae0239,
    author = {Sposato, Robert Gennaro and Mandl, Peter and Garcia-Santos, Glenda and Hampl, Nina},
    title = {Estimating potentials of renewable energy technologies using GIS analytics and social survey data on public acceptance – A working paper},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2017},
    url = {http://eeg.tuwien.ac.at/eeg.tuwien.ac.at\_pages/events/iewt/iewt2017/html//files/fullpapers/200\_Sposato\_fullpaper\_2017-03-07\_08-43.pdf},
    }

  • R. Groß, Die Beschleunigung der Berge. Eine Umweltgeschichte des Wintertourismus in Vorarlberg/Österreich 1920-2010, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @unpublished{0f4de0c95ba3d2ed015ba56a552e0307,
    author = {Groß, Robert},
    title = {{Die Beschleunigung der Berge. Eine Umweltgeschichte des Wintertourismus in Vorarlberg/Österreich 1920-2010}},
    year = {2017},
    }

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    isbn = {978-3-319-44700-1},
    }

  • D. Fam, C. Mitchell, K. Ross, E. De La Sienra, and M. Ukowitz, Challenging my and your worldview – recognizing ontological (beliefs), epistemological (knowledge) and axiological (values) assumptions to enrich TD research and practice, 2017.
    [BibTeX]
    @misc{0f4de0c95f975b6a015f9c09d1d202ef,
    author = {Fam, Dena and Mitchell, Cynthia and Ross, Katie and De La Sienra, Emilia and Ukowitz, Martina},
    title = {Challenging my and your worldview – recognizing ontological (beliefs), epistemological (knowledge) and axiological (values) assumptions to enrich TD research and practice},
    howpublished = {Print},
    year = {2017},
    }

  • R. E. Lerchster, Chancen und Spannungsfelder von Beratung der Governance, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c95c1befc1015c3050446c02a2,
    author = {Lerchster, Ruth Erika},
    title = {Chancen und Spannungsfelder von Beratung der Governance},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2017},
    url = {http://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/tagungsdokumentation/541393.html},
    }

  • A. Weik von Mossner, “”Cli-fi and the Feeling of Risk”,” Amerikastudien/American Studies, vol. 62, iss. 1, p. 129–138, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    This short contribution to an extended forum on cli-fi and American Studies starts from the premise that almost all American climate change fiction is risk fiction and then proceeds to analyze some of the dominant narrative strategies used in cli-fi to engage readers emotionally in a story about an uncertain and possibly catasrophic future. It argues that such engagement can provide readers with a highly visceral imaginative experience of the potential future consequences of current real-world policies and practices.

    @article{0f4de0c95dc78fbf015dc7da844c0000,
    author = {Weik von Mossner, Alexa},
    title = {{"Cli-fi and the Feeling of Risk"}},
    journal = {Amerikastudien/American Studies},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {This short contribution to an extended forum on cli-fi and American Studies starts from the premise that almost all American climate change fiction is risk fiction and then proceeds to analyze some of the dominant narrative strategies used in cli-fi to engage readers emotionally in a story about an uncertain and possibly catasrophic future. It argues that such engagement can provide readers with a highly visceral imaginative experience of the potential future consequences of current real-world policies and practices. },
    volume = {62},
    number = {1},
    pages = {129--138},
    url = {https://amst.winter-verlag.de/article/AMST/2017/1/12},
    }

  • P. Holm and V. Winiwarter, “Climate change studies and the human sciences,” Global and Planetary Change, vol. 156, p. 115–122, 2017. doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2017.05.006
    [BibTeX]
    @article{0f4de0c95ee1c597015ee1e7c0500006,
    author = {Holm, Poul and Winiwarter, Verena},
    title = {{Climate change studies and the human sciences}},
    journal = {Global and Planetary Change},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1016/j.gloplacha.2017.05.006},
    volume = {156},
    pages = {115--122},
    }

  • V. Winiwarter, G. Haidvogl, and S. Brumat, Co-creative Innovation for Sustainability: Creating Robustness in a Rapidly Changing World Through Inter- and Transdisciplinary Research, 2017.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @misc{0f4de0c7610347c0016104af10b603d0,
    author = {Winiwarter, Verena and Haidvogl, Gertrud and Brumat, Stefano},
    title = {Co-creative Innovation for Sustainability: Creating Robustness in a Rapidly Changing World Through Inter- and Transdisciplinary Research},
    howpublished = {Online},
    year = {2017},
    url = {https://www.oeaw.ac.at/kioes/publikationen/kioes-opinions/},
    }

  • S. J. Hörtenhuber, M. C. Theurl, and K. Möller, “Comparison of the environmental performance of different treatment scenarios for the main phosphorus recycling sources,” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, p. 1–14, 2017. doi:10.1017/S1742170517000515
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @article{0f4de0c9606895a6016068e267e70073,
    author = {Hörtenhuber, Stefan Josef and Theurl, Michaela Clarissa and Möller, Kurt},
    title = {{Comparison of the environmental performance of different treatment scenarios for the main phosphorus recycling sources}},
    journal = {Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems},
    year = {2017},
    doi = {10.1017/S1742170517000515},
    pages = {1--14},
    url = {https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/renewable-agriculture-and-food-systems/article/comparison-of-the-environmental-performance-of-different-treatment-scenarios-for-the-main-phosphorus-recycling-sources/745286EF19AF6F9A2B435EDCEA9E3222},
    }

  • S. J. Singh, W. Haas, and E. Fraňková, “Conclusions: Promises and Challenges for Sustainable Agri-Food Systems,” in Socio-Metabolic Perspectives on the Sustainability of Local Food Systems. Insights for Science, Policy and Practice, E. Fraňková, W. Haas, and S. J. Singh, Eds., Cham: Springer International Publishing AG, 2017, vol. 7, p. 345–356.
    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]
    @incollection{0f4de0c76027ced401602c1917420231,
    author = {Singh, Simron Jit and Haas, Willi and Fraňková, Eva},
    title = {{Conclusions: Promises and Challenges for Sustainable Agri-Food Systems}},
    booktitle = {Socio-Metabolic Perspectives on the Sustainability of Local Food Systems. Insights for Science, Policy and Practice},
    publisher = {Springer International Publishing AG},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Eva Fraňková and Willi Haas and Simron Jit Singh},
    volume = {7},
    series = {Human-Environment Interactions},
    pages = {345--356},
    address = {Cham},
    isbn = {978-3-319-69235-7},
    url = {https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007\%2F978-3-319-69236-4},
    }

  • F. Weder, “CSR as Common Sense Issue,” in Handbook of Integrated CSR Communication, S. Diehl, M. Karmasin, B. Mueller, R. Terlutter, and F. Weder, Eds., Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer Verlag GmbH, 2017, p. 23–34.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    Verantwortung und “Nachhaltigkeit” als Buzz words und Common Sense in der Organisationskommunikation

    @incollection{0f4de0c75f3945a1015f43de324c00c7,
    author = {Weder, Franzisca},
    title = {{CSR as Common Sense Issue}},
    booktitle = {Handbook of Integrated CSR Communication},
    publisher = {Springer Verlag GmbH},
    year = {2017},
    abstract = {Verantwortung und "Nachhaltigkeit" als Buzz words und Common Sense in der Organisationskommunikation},
    editor = {Sandra Diehl and Matthias Karmasin and Barbara Mueller and Ralf Terlutter and Franzisca Weder},
    pages = {23--34},
    address = {Berlin, Heidelberg, New York},
    isbn = {978-3-319-44700-1},
    }

  • V. Winiwarter, S. Hohensinner, G. Dressel, S. Gierlinger, G. Haidvogl, F. Hauer, G. Pollack, C. Sonnlechner, C. Spitzbart-Glasl, and J. Tanzer, “Wien und seine Gewässer: Nutzung, Turbulenz und Risiko in langfristiger Perspektive,” in Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung: Infrastrukturen, Akteure, Diskurse, J. I. Engels, N. Janich, J. Monstadt, and D. Schott, Eds., Frankfurt am Main, New York: Campus Verlag, 2017, vol. 22, p. 98–123.
    [BibTeX]
    @incollection{0f4de0c9592b888201596484ec2711c7,
    author = {Winiwarter, Verena and Hohensinner, Severin and Dressel, Gert and Gierlinger, Sylvia and Haidvogl, Gertrud and Hauer, Friedrich and Pollack, Gudrun and Sonnlechner, Christoph and Spitzbart-Glasl, Christina and Tanzer, Julia},
    title = {{Wien und seine Gewässer: Nutzung, Turbulenz und Risiko in langfristiger Perspektive}},
    booktitle = {Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung: Infrastrukturen, Akteure, Diskurse},
    publisher = {Campus Verlag},
    year = {2017},
    editor = {Jens Ivo Engels and Nina Janich and Jochen Monstadt and Dieter Schott},
    volume = {22},
    series = {Interdisziplinäre Stadtforschung},
    pages = {98--123},
    address = {Frankfurt am Main, New York},
    isbn = {978-3-593-50651-7},
    }

2016

  • H. Egner, J. Kubelka, P. Habernik, and B. Weißnegger, “Fettix – Regionalverkehrsplan Kärnten: Studie “Lavanttal t0″,” , Klagenfurt 2016.
    [BibTeX] [Abstract]

    t0-Messung u