New Dynamics for Europe: Reaping the Benefits of Socio-ecological Transition – Part II: Model and Area Chapters. WWWforEurope Deliverable No. 12
Lisa de Propris,
Peter Huber (),
Jürgen Janger (),
Hans Pitlik (),
Thomas Sauer (),
Renaud Thillaye and
Jeroen van den Bergh
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Harald Badinger: Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
David Bailey: Aston University
Lisa de Propris: University of Birmingham
Kurt Kratena: WIFO
Renaud Thillaye: Policy Network
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The WWWforEurope research project proposes a comprehensive strategy to set Europe on a dynamic path to a socio-ecological transition. This part of the final report puts together the results of different models and presents research findings in the five areas which were inputs for part one "Synthesis". It is based on more than 160 new research papers, produced by 34 research groups cooperating in the project, but also on existing literature.
Date: 2016 Written 2016-04-19
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