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    • Natural disasters and economic growth: The role of banking market structure 

      Duqi, A; McGowan, D; Onali, E; et al. (Elsevier, 21 October 2021)
      Following a natural disaster, the rate of economic growth recovers faster in less competitive banking markets. A 10% reduction in competition increases the rate of economic growth by 0.3%. In less competitive markets, banks ...
    • Negotiating Climate Change in Crisis 

      Böhm, S; Sullivan, S (OpenBook Publishers, 28 September 2021)
      Climate change negotiations have failed the world. Despite more than thirty years of high-level, global talks on climate change, we are still seeing carbon emissions rise dramatically. This edited volume, comprising leading ...
    • Transactional colonialism in wind energy investments: Energy injustices against vulnerable people in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec 

      Ramirez, J; Böhm, S (Elsevier BV, 13 June 2021)
      Energy production is a source of disputes across the world. Governments and firms argue that investing in wind energy contributes to the sustainable development of energy systems. However, wind farms perpetuate ongoing ...
    • For more pluralistic critiques of colonialism: A response to Dunlap 

      Ramirez, J; Böhm, S (Elsevier, 21 September 2021)
      In accordance with critical reflective thinking on colonialisation, we respond to Dunlap’s critical remarks on our article by deconstructing some of the themes presented in the debate on internal colonialism in the context ...
    • Climate Action for (My) Children 

      Fornwagner, H; Hauser, OP (Springer / European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2021)
      How do we motivate cooperation across the generations—between parents and children? Here we study voluntary climate action (VCA), which is costly to today’s decision-makers but essential to enable sustainable living for ...