Publications from the Sustainable Economies Research Group (SERG)
Below are a selection of the latest publications by SERG members:
- Berger, S. (2015) K. William Kapp's social theory of social costs. History of Political Economy, 47 (S1). pp. 227-252.
- Berger, S. (2020). Are social costs the outcome of struggles over truth? Journal of Economic Issues, 54(2), 525-534.
- Bradley, P. (2021). An institutional economics framework to explore sustainable production and consumption. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 27, 1317-1339.
- Bradley, P., Parry, G., and O'Regan, N. (2020). A framework to explore the functioning and sustainability of business models. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 21, 57-77.
- Bradley P (2019). Integrating sustainable development into economics curriculum: A case study analysis and sector wide survey of barriers. Journal of Cleaner Production, 209, 333-352.
- Bradley, P., Coke, A. and Leach, M. (2016) Financial incentive approaches for reducing peak electricity demand, experience from pilot trials with a UK energy provider energy policy. Energy Policy, 98. pp. 108-120.
- Bradley, P., Fudge, S., and Leach, M. (2016). Motivating energy conservation in organisations: smart metering and the emergence and diffusion of social norms. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 28(4), 435-461.
- Bradley, P., Leach, M. and Torriti, J. (2013) A review of the costs and benefits of demand response for electricity in the UK. Energy Policy, 52. pp. 312-327.
- Carr, C. Towards fairness and decentralisation in modern cryptocurrencies. (Thesis). NTNU and QUT.
- Cicmil, S., Gough, G. and Hills, S. (2017) Insights into responsible education for sustainable development: The case of UWE Bristol. International Journal of Management Education, 15 (2B). pp. 293-305.
- Cicmil, S., Lindgren, M. and Packendorff, J. (2016) The project (management) discourse and its consequences: On vulnerability and un-sustainability in project-based work. New Technology, Work and Employment, 31 (1). pp. 58-76.
- Carruthers, J., Parry, G., and Wood, Z. (2016, June). Assessing the impact of digitisation on the local transport network in London. Paper presented at 2nd Service Systems Forum on Service Research in the Personal Data Economy (SSFV2016), Venice, Italy.
- Everard, M., Kass, G., Longhurst, J.W.S., zu Ermgassen, S., Girardet, H., Stewart-Evans, J., Wentworth, J., Austin, K., Dwyer, C., Fish, R., Johnston, P., Mantle, G., Staddon, C., Tickner, D., Spode, S., Vale, J., Jarvis, R., Digby, M., Wren, G., Sunderland, T. and Craig, A. (2021). Reconnecting society with its ecological roots. Environmental Science and Policy, 116, pp.8-19.
- Green, E., Ritchie, F., Bradley, P., and Parry, G. (in press). Financial resilience, income dependence and organisational survival in UK charities. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.
- Hinks, T., Devine, J. and Naveed, A. (2018) Happiness in Bangladesh: The role of religion and connectedness. Journal of Happiness Studies.
- Hinks, T. (2008) The relationship between economic and subjective wellbeing indicators in Peru. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 4 (2). pp. 155-177.
- Ivlevs, A. (2021). Does emigration affect pro-environmental behaviour back home? A long-term, local-level perspective. Kyklos, 74(1), 48-76.
- Ivlevs, A. (2017) Adverse welfare shocks and pro-environmental behaviour: Evidence from the global economic crisis. Review of Income and Wealth.
- Mearman, A. and Plumridge, A. (2012) How useful are the concepts green growth and green jobs? The Environmental Scientist, 21 (4). pp. 55-60.
A complete list of publications for UWE Bristol can be found in the UWE Bristol Research Repository.
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