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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) Policy instruments for green-growth of clusters: Implications from an agent-based model. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 43: 257-269.
; ; ; (2022) Waves and legacies: The making of an investment frontier in Niassa, Mozambique. Ecology and Society 27 (1)
; ; ; (2022) Can low-carbon pilot policy improve atmospheric environmental performance in China? A quasi-natural experiment approach. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 96
; ; ; ; (2022) Export competitiveness of agri-food sector during the EU integration process: Evidence from the Western Balkans. Foods 11 (1)
; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2022) Conceptual system dynamics and agent-based modelling simulation of interorganisational fairness in food value chains: Research agenda and case studies. Agriculture 12 (2)
; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; (2022) Research priorities for global food security under extreme events. One Earth 5 (7): 756-766.
; ; ; ; ; (2022) The evolving perceptions of corruption in Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. Governance : An International Journal of Policy and Administration and Institutions 35 (2): 651-659.
; ; ; ; ; (2022) Gender heterogeneity and politics in decision-making about green public procurement in the Czech Republic. Politics and Governance 10 (3): 239-250.
; ; ; ; (2022) Sustainable irrigation and abiotic tolerant crops in South Italy within TRUSTFARM project. Environmental Sciences Proceedings 1 (16)
; ; ; (2022) Supermarket environment and nutrition outcomes: Evidence from rural China. Journal of Rural Studies 92: 79-92.
; ; (2022) Adaptive approaches to REDD+ are needed for countries with high forest cover and low deforestation rates. Environmental Research Letters 17 (11)