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Ergebnisse

Werkstattberichte und Working Papers

Fachzeitschriften

  • Azevedo, Ines L.; Sonnberger, Marco; Thomas, Brinda; Morgan, Granger M. und Renn, Ortwin (2013): Developing Robust Energy Efficiency Policies While Accounting for Consumer Behavior. IRGC Report. Im Erscheinen ("Peer Reviewed").
  • Dütschke, Elisabeth; Peters, Anja und Schleich, Joachim: Rebound Effects in Residential Lighting - Conceptual Psychological Framework and Empirical Findings, in: eceee 2013 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency: 3- June 2013, Club Belambra Les Criques, Presqu,'île de Giens, Toulon/Hyères, France. Stockholm: eceee, 2013, S. 2201-2209.
  • Frondel, Manuel und Vance, Colin (2013): Re-Identifying the Rebound: What About  Asymmetry?. The Energy Journal 34 (4).
  • Frondel, Manuel (2012): Der Rebound-Effekt von Energieeffizienz-Verbesserungen in: Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, 62. Jg., S. 12-17.
  • Frondel, Manuel; Ritter, Nolan und Vance, Colin (2012): Heterogeneity in the Rebound: Further Evidence for Germany. Energy Economics 34: 461-467.
  • Sonnberger, M.; Peters, Anja und Deuschle, Jürgen (2012): Eine kritische Auseinandersetzung mit der Durchführung lebensstilbezogener Fokusgruppen – Das Beispiel eines Projekts zum Thema Rebound-Effekte. In: Schulz, Marlen; Mack, Birgit und Renn, Ortwin (Hrsg.): Fokusgruppen in der empirischen Sozialwissenschaft: Von der Konzeption bis zur Auswertung. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 49-65.

Vorträge

  • Dütschke, E. & Peters, A. (2011). Psychological determinants of rebound effects. Paper presented at the Sustainable Consumption Conference, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Dütschke, E., Peters, A., & Schleich, J. (2013). Rebound Effects in Residential Lighting - Estimation of Size and Exploration of Psychological Factors. Presentation at the School of Psychology, Cardiff.
  • Dütschke, E., Peters, A., & Schleich, J. (2013). Rebound effects in residential lighting – Conceptual psychological framework and empirical findings. Paper to be presented at the ECEEE Summer Study, Belambra Presqu'île de Giens, France.
  • Frondel, Manuel (Juni 2012): "Re-Identifying the rebound: What about asymmetry?". Paper presented at the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 2012 (EAERE 2012) in Prag.
  • Konrad, Wilfried und Sonnberger, Marco (24.05.2012): "Sozialwissenschaftliche Aspekte des Energieverbrauchsverhaltens – Alltag und Lebensstile als Faktoren der Energienutzung"; Berliner Energietage 2012; 23. bis 25.05.2012 in Berlin
  • Peters, A. & Dütschke, E. (September 2011): Rebound effects from a psychological perspective – A theoretical framework. Paper presented at the 9th Environmental Psychology Conference, Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
  • Ritter, Nolan (Juni 2012): "Beyond the average elasticity - applying  quantile panel regression to household mobility data". Paper presented at the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 2012 (EAERE 2012) in Prag.
  • Ritter, Nolan (September 2012): "Beyond the average elasticity – applying quantile panel regression to German household mobility data". Paper presented at the International Association of Energy Economists 2012 (IAEE 2012)in Venedig.
  • Sonnberger, Marco und Deuschle, Jürgen (26.10.2012): "Using focus groups to explore social drivers of rebound effects"; 1st International Colloquium on the Sociology of Energy; 25. und 26.10.2012 in Toulouse.
  • Sonnberger, Marco und Renn, Ortwin (28.06.2011): "Rebound Effects and Lifestyle Concepts – Can behavioral and social aspects of rebound effects be a starting point for policy interventions?"; Workshop Energy Efficiency and the Rebound Effect; 27. und 28.06.2011 in Washington (D.C.).
  • Sonnberger, Marco und Deuschle, Jürgen (23.11.2012): "Using focus groups to explore social drivers of rebound effects". Paper presented at International Conference on Indicators and Concepts of Innovation (ICIC) 2012; 22. und 23.11.2012 in Friedrichshafen.
  • Vance, Colin (September 2012): "Re-Identifying the Rebound: What About Asymmetry?". Paper presented at the International Association of Energy Economists 2012 (IAEE 2012)in Venedig.