Simon Matti
Simon Matti
Professor of political science, Luleå University of Technology
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Citizen and consumer: the dual role of individuals in environmental policy
C Berglund, S Matti
Environmental politics 15 (4), 550-571, 2006
The rationale determining advocacy coalitions: Examining coordination networks and corresponding beliefs
S Matti, A Sandström
Policy studies journal 39 (3), 385-410, 2011
Ecological citizens: Identifying values and beliefs that support individual environmental responsibility among Swedes
SC Jagers, S Matti
Sustainability 2 (4), 1055-1079, 2010
Ecological citizenship: a driver of pro-environmental behaviour?
SC Jagers, J Martinsson, S Matti
Environmental Politics 23 (3), 434-453, 2014
The impact of compensatory measures on public support for carbon taxation: An experimental study in Sweden
SC Jagers, J Martinsson, S Matti
Climate policy 19 (2), 147-160, 2019
Public support for pro-environmental policy measures: Examining the impact of personal values and ideology
N Harring, SC Jagers, S Matti
Sustainability 9 (5), 679, 2017
The defining elements of advocacy coalitions: Continuing the search for explanations for coordination and coalition structures
S Matti, A Sandström
Review of Policy Research 30 (2), 240-257, 2013
Exploring public policy legitimacy: a study of belief-system correspondence in Swedish environmental policy
S Matti
Luleå tekniska universitet, 2009
The significance of political culture, economic context and instrument type for climate policy support: a cross-national study
N Harring, SC Jagers, S Matti
Climate Policy 19 (5), 636-650, 2019
Exploring the prospects for deliberative practices as a conflict‐reducing and legitimacy‐enhancing tool: the case of Swedish carnivore management
C Lundmark, S Matti
Wildlife Biology 21 (3), 147-156, 2015
Why are carbon taxes unfair? Disentangling public perceptions of fairness
M Povitkina, SC Jagers, S Matti, J Martinsson
Global Environmental Change 70, 102356, 2021
Valuing the local impacts of a large scale wind power establishment in northern Sweden: public and private preferences toward economic, environmental and sociocultural values
K Ek, S Matti
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58 (8), 1327-1345, 2015
How exposure to policy tools transforms the mechanisms behind public acceptability and acceptance—The case of the Gothenburg congestion tax
SC Jagers, S Matti, A Nilsson
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 11 (2), 109-119, 2017
Environmental management from left to right–on ideology, policy-specific beliefs and pro-environmental policy support
SC Jagers, N Harring, S Matti
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 61 (1), 86-104, 2018
Public support for aviation policy measures in Sweden
J Larsson, S Matti, J Nässén
Climate Policy 20 (10), 1305-1321, 2020
State of the world's nonfuel mineral resources: Supply, demand, and socio-institutional fundamentals
MM Poulton, SC Jagers, S Linde, D Van Zyl, LJ Danielson, S Matti
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 38, 345-371, 2013
Bridging the ideological gap? How fairness perceptions mediate the effect of revenue recycling on public support for carbon taxes in the United States, Canada and Germany
SC Jagers, E Lachapelle, J Martinsson, S Matti
Review of Policy Research 38 (5), 529-554, 2021
The Environmental Psychology of the Ecological Citizen: Comparing Competing Models of Pro‐Environmental Behavior
SC Jagers, J Martinsson, S Matti
Social Science Quarterly 97 (5), 1005-1022, 2016
A research agenda to better understand the human dimensions of energy transitions
L Steg, G Perlaviciute, BK Sovacool, M Bonaiuto, A Diekmann, M Filippini, ...
Frontiers in psychology 12, 672776, 2021
Adaptive co-management: How social networks, deliberation and learning affect legitimacy in carnivore management
C Lundmark, S Matti, A Sandström
European journal of wildlife research 60, 637-644, 2014
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