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Achim Schlueter
Achim Schlueter
Professor of Social Systems & Ecological Economics, Centre for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen
Verified email at leibniz-zmt.de
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Determinants of performance of community-based drinking water organizations
R Madrigal, F Alpízar, A Schlüter
World Development 39 (9), 1663-1675, 2011
1612011
Virtual reality as a tool for environmental conservation and fundraising
KM Nelson, E Anggraini, A Schlüter
Plos one 15 (4), e0223631, 2020
1042020
Environmental governance theories: a review and application to coastal systems
S Partelow, A Schlüter, D Armitage, M Bavinck, K Carlisle, RL Gruby, ...
Resilience Alliance, 2020
1012020
A gender lens on women’s harvesting activities and interactions with local marine governance in a South Pacific fishing community
J Rohe, A Schlüter, SCA Ferse
Maritime Studies 17 (2), 155-162, 2018
932018
Governance and the coastal condition: Towards new modes of observation, adaptation and integration
K Van Assche, AK Hornidge, A Schlüter, N Vaidianu
Marine Policy 112, 103413, 2020
922020
The grammar of institutions: The challenge of distinguishing between strategies, norms, and rules
A Schlüter, I Theesfeld
Rationality and Society 22 (4), 445-475, 2010
872010
Measuring and understanding sustainability-enhancing processes in tropical coastal and marine social–ecological systems
M Glaser, P Christie, K Diele, L Dsikowitzky, S Ferse, I Nordhaus, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (3), 300-308, 2012
842012
Aquaculture-capture fisheries nexus under Covid-19: impacts, diversity, and social-ecological resilience
AO Manlosa, AK Hornidge, A Schlüter
Maritime Studies 20, 75-85, 2021
762021
Land-sea interactions and coastal development: An evolutionary governance perspective
A Schlüter, K Van Assche, AK Hornidge, N Văidianu
Marine Policy 112, 103801, 2020
682020
Institutioneller Wandel und Transformation: Restitution, Transformation und Privatisierung in der tschechischen Landwirtschaft
A Schlüter
Shaker, 2001
612001
Risk aversion, time preferences, and out-migration. Experimental evidence from Ghana and Indonesia
C Goldbach, A Schlüter
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 150, 132-148, 2018
562018
Mangroves, fishers, and the struggle for adaptive comanagement: applying the social-ecological systems framework to a marine extractive reserve (RESEX) in Brazil
S Partelow, M Glaser, SS Arce, RSL Barboza, A Schlüter
Ecology and Society 23 (3), 19, 2018
552018
External validity of artefactual field experiments: A study on cooperation, impatience and sustainability in an artisanal fishery in Colombia
LE Torres-Guevara, A Schlüter
Ecological Economics 128, 187-201, 2016
542016
Institutional change in the forestry sector—The explanatory potential of New Institutional Economics
A Schlüter
Forest Policy and Economics 9 (8), 1090-1099, 2007
522007
Operationalizing the social-ecological systems framework in pond aquaculture
S Partelow, P Senff, N Buhari, A Schlüter
International Journal of the Commons 12 (1), 485-518, 2018
492018
A sustainability agenda for tropical marine science
S Partelow, A Schlüter, H von Wehrden, M Jänig, P Senff
Conservation Letters 11 (1), e12351, 2018
472018
Nudging tourists to donate for conservation: Experimental evidence on soliciting voluntary contributions for coastal management
KM Nelson, S Partelow, A Schlüter
Journal of environmental management 237, 30-43, 2019
462019
What makes them follow the rules? Empirical evidence from turtle egg harvesters in Costa Rica
R Madrigal-Ballestero, A Schlüter, MC Lopez
Marine Policy 37, 270-277, 2013
462013
Multiple drivers of local (non-) compliance in community-based marine resource management: Case studies from the South Pacific
JR Rohe, S Aswani, A Schlüter, SCA Ferse
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 172, 2017
452017
Disciplinary diversity in marine sciences: the urgent case for an integration of research
T Markus, H Hillebrand, AK Hornidge, G Krause, A Schlüter
ICES Journal of Marine Science 75 (2), 502-509, 2018
432018
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