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Reviewed articles

Here you find the published and accepted articles of the IAMO researchers in scientific journals. Details are given on the webpages of the respective journals, please see the links given but note that online access by publishers may be limited.

; ; (2022) Regionalization of climate teleconnections across Central Asian mountains improves the predictability of seasonal precipitation. Environmental Research Letters 17 (5)

; (2022) Becoming a young farmer in the digital age: An island perspective. Rural Sociology 87 (1): 144-185.

; (2022) How digital communications contribute to shaping the career paths of youth: A review study focused on farming as a career option. Agriculture and Human Values

(2022) System or process? A meta-theoretical reflection on the nature of the firm. Systemic Practice and Action Research 35 (1): 1–14.

(2022) Stakeholder theory and the knowledge problem: A Hayekian perspective. Business Ethics, the Environment & Responsibility 31 (2): 536-545.

; (2022) Stakeholder theory: A process-ontological perspective. Business Ethics, the Environment & Responsibility 31 (3): 762-776.

; (2022) Chester Barnard’s theory of the firm: An institutionalist view. Journal of Economic Issues 56 (3): 707-720.

; ; (2022) Adaptive governance: Learning from what organizations do and managing the role they play. Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems, Cybernetics and Management Science 51 (5): 1738-1758.

; ; ; ; (2022) Material dependencies: Hidden underpinnings of sustainability transitions. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 24 (3): 281-296.

; ; ; ; (2022) How can we govern if we don’t see our feet? Speaking of the matter of sustainability transitions. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 24 (3): 277-280.

; ; ; (2022) Can e-commerce alleviate agricultural non-point source pollution? - A quasi-natural experiment based on a China's E-Commerce Demonstration City. Science of the Total Environment 846

; ; (2022) Can China’s unified construction land market mitigate urban land shortage? Evidence from Deqing and Nanhai, Eastern coastal China. Land Use Policy 115

; ; (2022) Can digital farming technologies enhance the willingness to buy products from current farming systems? PLOS ONE 17 (11)

; (2022) Mapping global cropping system: Challenges, opportunities and future perspectives. Crop and Environment 1 (1): 68-73.

; ; ; ; ; (2022) Does adoption of honeybee pollination promote the economic value of kiwifruit farmers? Evidence from China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (14)

; (2021) Still in the shadow of the wall? The case of the Berlin biotechnology cluster. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 53 (1): 73-94.

(2021) Assessing the current situation of the world wheat market leadership: Using the semi-parametric approach. Mathematics 9 (2)

(2021) Do future markets protect the spot markets in developing countries? The case of the Egyptian wheat market. New Medit 20 (5): 65-83.

; (2021) How does practice matches land laws in Central Asia? Land Use Policy 109

; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2021) An environment for sustainable research software in Germany and beyond: Current state, open challenges, and call for action. F1000Research 9