Journal Articles

These are the latest top journal articles from U.S.E.:
 

  • "Extending integrated assessment models′ damage functions to include adaptation and dynamic sensitivity," Estrada F., Tol R.S.J., Botzen W. (2019), Environmental Modelling and Software, 1364-8152: 121, 10 pages. Click here to read the article
  • "Strategies to avoid blacklisting. The case of statistics on money laundering," Ferwerda J., Deleanu I., Unger B. (2019), PlosOne,1932-6203: 14(2). Click here to read the article.
  • "Flood insurance arrangements in the European Union for future flood risk under climate and socioeconomic change," Hudson P., Botzen W., Aerts J.C.J.H. (2019), Global Environmental Change, 0959-3780,58:13 pages. Click here to read the article.
  • "An economic evaluation of adaptation pathways in coastal mega cities. An illustration for Los Angeles," Ruig L de, Barnard P.L., Botzen W., Grifman P., Finzi Hart J., Moel H. de, Sadrpour N., Aerts J.C.J.H., (2019)  Science of the Total Environment, 0048-9697, 678: 647-659. Click here to read the article.
  • "National culture diversity in new venture boards: The role of founders' relational demography," Balachandran C., Wennberg K., Uman T. (2019), Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 1932-4391, 13(3): 410-434. Click here to read the article.
  • "The economic impacts of natural disasters. A review of models and empirical studies," Botzen W., Deschenes O., Sanders M. (2019), Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 1750-6816, 13(2): 167-188. Click here to read the article.
  • "Advancing disaster policies by integrating dynamic adaptive behaviour in risk assessments using an agent-based modelling approach," Haer T., Botzen W., Aerts J.C.J.H. (2019), Environmental Research Letters, 1748-9326, 14(4): 10 pages. Click here to read the article
  • "Enlargement and exit: The origins of Article 50", Huysmans, M. (2019).  European Union Politics, 1465-1165;20(2): 155- 175. Click here to read the paper.              
  • "Are all private benefits of control ineffective? principal‐principal benefits, external governance quality, and firm performance", Sauerwald S., Heugens P., Turturea R., Essen M. van (2019). Journal of Management Studies, 0022-2380: 56(4); 725-757. Click here to read the paper.
  • "Neighbourhood Ethnic composition and social participation of young people in England", Fumagalli, L. (2019), The Economic Journal, Volume 129, Issue 622, 2459–2521. Click here to read the paper.
  • "Risk Aversion and Job Mobility," Huizen T. M van, Alessie R. (2019), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 0167-2681: 164; 91-106. Click here to read the paper.
  • "Adversity and cooperation in heterogeneous pairs", De Jaegher K., (2019), Scientific Reports, 2045-2322. Click here to read the paper.
  • "The costs and benefits of investing in universal preschool: evidence  from a Spanish reform", Huizen T.M. van, Dumhs L., Plantenga J., (2019), Child Development, 0009-3920, 90(3):386-406. Click here to read the paper.
  • "Selecting Legal Advisors in M&As: Organizational Learning and the Role of Multiplicity of Mental Models", Westbrock B., Muehlfeld K., Weitzel U., (2019), Journal of Management, 0149-2063, 45(5):2193-2224, Click here to read the paper.
  • "Are pension funds actively decarbonizing their portfolios?", Galema R., Boermans M., Ecological Economics, 0921-8009, 161, 50-60 , 2019 Click here to read the paper. 
  • "Validity and reliability of the (adjusted) Impact on Participation and Autonomy questionnaire for social-support populations", by Berenschot L., Grift Y., Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, February 26, 2019, 17:41. Click here to read the paper.
  • "The New Silk Roads: an introduction to China’s Belt and Road Initiative", by Brakman S., Frankopan P., Garretsen H., Marrewijk C. van, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy, and Society, 1752-1378, 12(1): 3-16. (2019). Click here to read the paper.
  • "Increasing Quantity Without Compromising Quality: How Managerial Framing Affects Intrapreneurship", by Rigtering C., Weitzel U., Meuhlfeld K.,  Journal of Business Ventering, 0883-9026, 34(2):224-241, (2019). Click here to read the paper.
  • "How do policies mobilize private finance for renewable energy?—A systematic review with an investor perspective", by Polzin F., Egli F., Steffen B., Schmidt T.S.,  Applied Energy, 0306-2619, 236:1249-1268, (2019). Click here to read the paper.
  • "Preemptive repression: deterrence, backfiring, iron fists, and velvet gloves", by De Jaegher K., Hoyer B.,  Journal of conflict resolution, 0022-0027, 63(2): 502-527, (2019). Click here to read the paper.
  • "How do policies mobilize private finance for renewable energy?—A systematic review with an investor perspective", by Polzin, F., Egli, F., Steffen, B., & Schmidt, T. S., Applied Energy, 236, 1249–1268 (2019) Click here to read the paper.
  • “The Role of the Housing Market in Workers' Resilience to Job Displacement after Firm Bankruptcy”, by Meekes J., Hassink, W., Journal of Urban Economics, vol. 109, pp. 41-65 (2019). Click here to read the paper. 
  • "Future Public Sector Flood Risk and Risk Sharing Arrangements: An Assessment for Austria", by Unterberger C., Hudson P., Botzen W.J.W., Schroeeer K., Steininger K.W.,  Ecological Economics, 0921-8009, 156, 153-163 (2019) Click here to read the paper.