John-Oliver Engler
John-Oliver Engler
Professor of Bioeconomy and Resource Efficiency, University of Vechta
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Global patterns of ecologically unequal exchange: implications for sustainability in the 21st century
C Dorninger, A Hornborg, DJ Abson, H von Wehrden, A Schaffartzik, ...
Ecological Economics 179, 106824, 2021
Navigating cognition biases in the search of sustainability
JO Engler, DJ Abson, H von Wehrden
Ambio 48 (6), 605-618, 2019
The coronavirus pandemic as an analogy for future sustainability challenges
JO Engler, DJ Abson, H von Wehrden
Sustainability Science 16 (1), 317-319, 2021
The concept of resilience in recent sustainability research
V Nüchter, DJ Abson, H von Wehrden, JO Engler
Sustainability 13 (5), 2735, 2021
Global assessment of the non-equilibrium theory of rangelands: Revisited and refined
JO Engler, H von Wehrden
Land Use Policy 70, 479-484, 2018
A social-ecological typology of rangelands based on rainfall variability and farming type
JO Engler, DJ Abson, R Feller, J Hanspach, H von Wehrden
Journal of Arid Environments 148, 65-73, 2018
Understanding relational values in cultural landscapes in Romania and Germany
M Riechers, Á Balázsi, JO Engler, G Shumi, J Fischer
People and Nature 3 (5), 1036-1046, 2021
Global and regional probabilities of major nuclear reactor accidents
JO Engler
Journal of Environmental Management 269, 110780, 2020
Determinants of farm size and stocking rate in Namibian commercial cattle farming
JO Engler, H von Wehrden, S Baumgärtner
Land Use Policy 81, 232-246, 2019
An axiomatic foundation of entropic preferences under Knightian uncertainty
S Baumgärtner, JO Engler
Beiträge zur Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik 2018, 2018
‘Where is everybody?’An empirical appraisal of occurrence, prevalence and sustainability of technological species in the Universe
JO Engler, H von Wehrden
International Journal of Astrobiology 18 (6), 499-505, 2019
Tipping points ahead? How laypeople respond to linear versus nonlinear climate change predictions
FJ Formanski, MM Pein, DD Loschelder, JO Engler, O Husen, JM Majer
Climatic Change 175 (1), 8, 2022
Towards More Effective and Transferable Transition Experiments–Learning Through Stratification
JO Engler, H Zimmermann, DJ Lang, R Feller, H von Wehrden
Sustainability Science 14 (6), 1503-1514, 2019
Model choice and size distribution: a Bayequentist approach
JO Engler, S Baumgärtner
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97 (3), 978-997, 2015
15 years of degrowth research: A systematic review
JO Engler, MF Kretschmer, J Rathgens, JA Ament, T Huth, ...
Ecological Economics 218, 108101, 2024
‘It's the Psychology, Stupid!’Understanding Human Cognition Biases to Inform Sustainable Behavior
JO Engler, DJ Abson, H von Wehrden
SSRN, 2017
Biophysical variability and politico-economic singularity: Responses of livestock numbers in South Mongolian nomadic pastoralism
JO Engler, K Wesche, P Kaczensky, P Dhakal, O Chuluunkhuyag, ...
Ecological Economics 187, 107073, 2021
The Limits to Degrowth: A Systematic Analysis of Monetary and Distributional Policy Proposals in the Degrowth Literature
JO Engler, MF Kretschmer, JA Ament, T Huth, H von Wehrden
SSRN,, 2022
Energy conservation attitudes and intentions: investigating place attachment in Eastern Transylvania, Romania (Actitudes e intenciones respecto al ahorro de energía …
K Klaniecki, IA Duse, JO Engler, J Leventon, DJ Abson
PsyEcology 12 (2), 177-201, 2021
Environmental Uncertainty and Economic Heterogeneity
JO Engler
Universitätsbibliothek der Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 2015
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