Journal articles and chapters in books



Amelung, N., forthcoming: Standardizing heterogeneity: negotiating designs for transnational citizen engagement. In: Rask, M.; Worthington, R. (ed.): Governing Biodiversity through Democratic DeliberationGesellschaftliche Transformation und neue Governance-FomenTransdisciplinarity for SustainabiltyRemaking participation: science, enviroment and emergent publicsPublic Understanding of Science.

2015The politics of carbon markets, edited by Benjamin Stephan and Richard Lane. Routledge.


Mann, C.; Simons, A. (2014): Local emergence and international developments of conservation trading systems: innovation dynamics and related problems. In: Enviromental Conservation: 1-10.

Mann, C.; Absher, J.D. (2014): Strategies for adjusting policies to institutional, cultural and biophysical context conditions: The case of conservation banking in California. In: Journal of Land Use Policy 36: 73-82.

Simons, A.; Lis, A; Lippert, I. (2014). The Political Duality of Scale-Making in Environmental Markets. In: Environmental PoliticsEnvironmental Politics, 23 (5): 735-754. (Published online: 27 Jun 2014)


Penker, M.; Enengel, B.; Mann, C.; Aznar, O. (2013): Understanding landscapestewardship - lessons to be learned from public service economics. In: Journal of Agricultural EconomicsScience, Technology and Innovation Studies 9(2): 39-59.

Ureta, S. (2013): 'Because in Chile [carbon] markets work!' Exploring an experimental implementation of an emissions trading scheme to deal with industrial air pollution in Santiago. In: Economy and society 43(2): 285-306. (online)


Amelung, N. (2012): The emergence of citizen panels as a de facto standard. In: QUADERNI,  79: 13-28. (Link:


Amblard, L.; Mann, C. (2011): Ex-ante Institutional compabilty assessment for policies - first insights from case study of the Nitrate Directive in Auvergne, France. In: Journal of Enviromental Planning and Management Ecology and Society 16(2): 9.

2010Research Policy 39(4): 435-448.

2007Innovation processes in governance: the development of 'emissions trading' as a new policy instrument. In: Science and Public Policy 34(5): 329-343.

Designs on governance. Development of policy instruments and dynamics in governance. University of Twente (PhD thesis)

2005 Berlin: Edition Sigma, 509-517


Edited books or special issuesResearch Policy Other publications

201420132013(2): 28-29.

Simons, A. (2013): A Politics of Inevitability. The Privatization of the Berlin Water Company, the Global City Discourse, and Governance in 1990s Berlin, by Ross Beveridge. Critical Policy Studies 7(1): 92-95.

2012Discussion Paper 22/2012, Center for Technology and Science.


Working papers (available on demand!)



2010Press and media

Technologien des Regierens. TU intern, February 2010.
Press article in university's monthly newspaperWhat is Innovation? And Why Does it Matter? Adaptiveness and Innovation in Earth System Governance.


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