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Robert Lepenies
Robert Lepenies
Karlshochschule International University
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The institutional consequences of nudging–nudges, politics, and the law
R Lepenies, M Małecka
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 6 (3), 427-437, 2015
762015
Risks of producing and using indicators of sustainable development goals
J Lyytimäki, H Salo, R Lepenies, L Büttner, J Mustajoki
Sustainable Development, 2020
362020
Perception of Bottlenecks in the implementation of the European Water Framework Directive
A Zingraff-Hamed, B Schröter, S Schaub, R Lepenies, U Stein, F Hüesker, ...
Water Altern 13 (3), 1-26, 2020
262020
The ethics of behavioural public policy
R Lepenies, M Małecka
The Routledge Handbook of Ethics and Public Policy, 513-525, 2019
162019
Nudges, Recht und Politik
R Lepenies, M Malecka
Zeitschrift für Praktische Philosophie, 2016
16*2016
Preserve Global South's research capacity
D Reidpath, P Allotey, 166 signatories
Science 368 (6492), 725-725, 2020
152020
Discovering the political implications of coproduction in water governance
R Lepenies, F Hüesker, S Beck, M Brugnach
Water 10 (10), 1475, 2018
152018
Making the COVID-19 crisis a real opportunity for environmental sustainability
P Lehmann, MM de Brito, E Gawel, M Groß, A Haase, R Lepenies, D Otto, ...
Sustainability Science 16, 2137-2145, 2021
132021
Three challenges for behavioural science and policy: the empirical, the normative and the political
R Lepenies, K Mackay, M Quigley
Behavioural Public Policy 2 (2), 174-182, 2018
122018
Environmental sustainability post-covid-19: Scrutinizing popular hypotheses from a social science perspective
P Lehmann, S Beck, MM de Brito, E Gawel, M Groß, A Haase, R Lepenies, ...
Sustainability 13 (16), 8679, 2021
112021
Is the behavioral approach a form of scientific imperialism? An analysis of law and policy
M Malecka, R Lepenies
Mäki, U., Walsh, A., & Pinto, M. F. (Eds.) Scientific imperialism: Exploring …, 2017
11*2017
Citizen science for transformative air quality policy in Germany and Niger
R Lepenies, IS Zakari
Sustainability 13 (7), 3973, 2021
102021
Behaviour change: extralegal, apolitical, scientistic?
R Lepenies, M Małecka
Handbook of behavioural change and public policy, 344-360, 2019
102019
Economists as political philosophers: a critique of normative trade theory
R Lepenies
EUI Department of Law Research Paper No. MWP 11, 2014
92014
Barriers to full participation in the open science life cycle among early career researchers
N Gownaris, K Vermeir, MI Bittner, L Gunawardena, S Kaur-Ghumaan, ...
CODATA Data Science Journal 21 (1), 2, 2022
72022
Why does pesticide pollution in water persist?
F Hueesker, R Lepenies
Environmental Science & Policy 128, 185-193, 2022
62022
Interdisciplinary perspectives on poverty measurement, epistemic injustices and social activism
V Beck, H Hahn, R Lepenies
Dimensions of Poverty: Measurement, Epistemic Injustices, Activism, 1-20, 2020
62020
Losers in Trade: Economics and Normative Justifications
R Lepenies
Hertie School of Governance, 2015
62015
Dimensions of Poverty - Measurement, Epistemic Injustices, Activism
V Beck, H Hahn, R Lepenies
52020
Like oil and water: the politics of (not) assessing glyphosate concentrations in aquatic ecosystems
YH Hendlin, A Arcuri, R Lepenies, F Hüesker
European Journal of Risk Regulation 11 (3), 539-564, 2020
32020
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