Julian Kirchherr
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Conceptualizing the circular economy: An analysis of 114 definitions
J Kirchherr, D Reike, M Hekkert
Resources, conservation and recycling 127, 221-232, 2017
Barriers to the circular economy: evidence from the European Union (EU)
J Kirchherr, L Piscicelli, R Bour, E Kostense-Smit, J Muller, ...
Ecological Economics 150, 264-272, 2018
Enhancing the sample diversity of snowball samples: Recommendations from a research project on anti-dam movements in Southeast Asia
J Kirchherr, K Charles
PloS one 13 (8), e0201710, 2018
The social impacts of dams: A new framework for scholarly analysis
J Kirchherr, KJ Charles
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 60, 99-114, 2016
Cleaning up the big muddy: A meta-synthesis of the research on the social impact of dams
J Kirchherr, H Pohlner, KJ Charles
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 60, 115-125, 2016
Citations are not enough: Academic promotion panels must take into account a scholar’s presence in popular media.
A Biswas, J Kirchherr
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2015
The interplay of activists and dam developers: The case of Myanmar’s mega-dams
J Kirchherr, K J. Charles, MJ Walton
International Journal of Water Resources Development 33 (1), 111-131, 2017
Safeguards, financing, and employment in Chinese infrastructure projects in Africa: the case of Ghana’s Bui Dam
J Kirchherr, T Disselhoff, K Charles
Waterlines 35 (1), 37-58, 2016
A typology of circular start-ups: An Analysis of 128 circular business models
M Henry, T Bauwens, M Hekkert, J Kirchherr
Journal of Cleaner Production 245, 118528, 2020
Multi-causal pathways of public opposition to dam projects in Asia: A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA)
J Kirchherr, KJ Charles, MJ Walton
Global Environmental Change 41, 33-45, 2016
“Learning it the Hard Way”: Social safeguards norms in Chinese-led dam projects in Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia
J Kirchherr, N Matthews, KJ Charles, MJ Walton
Energy Policy 102, 529-539, 2017
Policies for transitioning towards a circular economy: Expectations from the European Union (EU)
K Hartley, R van Santen, J Kirchherr
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 155, 104634, 2020
Future Skills: Welche Kompetenzen in Deutschland fehlen
JW Kirchherr, J Klier, C Lehmann-Brauns, M Winde
Future Skills-Diskussionspapier 1, 2018
Strategies of successful anti-dam movements: Evidence from Myanmar and Thailand
J Kirchherr
Society & Natural Resources 31 (2), 166-182, 2018
Towards an education for the circular economy (ECE): five teaching principles and a case study
J Kirchherr, L Piscicelli
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 150, 104406, 2019
Technology transfer and cooperation for low carbon energy technology: Analysing 30 years of scholarship and proposing a research agenda
J Kirchherr, F Urban
Energy Policy 119, 600-609, 2018
Technology transfer in the hydropower industry: An analysis of Chinese dam developers’ undertakings in Europe and Latin America
J Kirchherr, N Matthews
Energy Policy 113, 546-558, 2018
Research on the circular economy: A critique of the field
JW Kirchherr, R van Santen
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 151, 2019
Mapping the social impacts of ‘Damocles projects’: the case of Thailand's (as yet Unbuilt) Kaeng Suea ten dam
J Kirchherr, T Pomun, MJ Walton
Journal of International Development 30 (3), 474-492, 2018
Mapping the social impacts of small dams: The case of Thailand’s Ing River basin
Z Fung, T Pomun, KJ Charles, J Kirchherr
Ambio 48 (2), 180-191, 2019
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