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Publications

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Articles in reviewed Journals

Brudermann T, Zaman R & Posch A (2019). Not in my hiking trail? Acceptance of wind farms in the Austrian Alps. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 21(8):1603–1616. doi:10.1007/s10098-019-01734-9 [Link]

Brudermann T, Aschemann R, Füllsack M & Posch A (2019). Education for Sustainable Development 4.0: Lessons Learned from the University of Graz, Austria. Sustainability 11 (8): 2347. doi:doi.org/10.3390/su11082347. [Link]

Riedner L, Mair C, Zimek M, Brudermann T & Stern T (2019). E-mobility in agriculture: differences in perception between experienced and non-experienced electric vehicle users. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 21(1):55-67. doi.org/10.1007/s10098-018-1615-2. [Link]

Sangkakool T, Techato K, Zaman R & Brudermann T (2018). Prospects of Green Roofs in Urban Thailand - A Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis. Journal of Cleaner Production 196:400-410. [Link]

Zaman R & Brudermann T (2018). Energy Governance in the Context of Energy Service Security: A Qualitative Assessment of the Electricity System in Bangladesh. Applied Energy 223:443-456. [Link]

Ilieva V, Brudermann T & Drakulevski L (2018). "Yes, we know!" (Over)confidence in general knowledge among Austrian entrepreneurs. PLoS ONE 13(5): e0197085. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0197085 [Link] [PDF]

Zaman R, Brudermann T, Kumar S & Islam N (2018). A Multi-Criteria Analysis of Coal-based Power Generation in Bangladesh. Energy Policy 116:182-192. [Link]

Brudermann T, Holländer R, Pastres R, Posch A & Schot P (2017). Integrating Interdisciplinarity and Internationality in Sustainable Development Education. GAIA 26(4): 360-62. [Link] [PDF]

Brudermann T & Sangkakool T (2017). Green roofs in temperate climate cities in Europe – an analysis of key decision factors. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 21:224-234. doi: 10.1016/j.ufug.2016.12.008. [Link]

Hofer C, Lechner G, Brudermann T & Füllsack M (2017). Adapting Axelrod’s cultural dissemination model for simulating peer effects. MethodsX 4:1:10. doi: 10.1016/j.mex.2016.11.003. [Link]

Zaman R & Brudermann T (2017). Energy governance in resource-poor settings: The case of Bangladesh. Energy Procedia 142:2384-2390. [Link]

Reinsberger K, Brudermann T, Hatzl S, Fleiss E & Posch A (2015). Photovoltaic diffusion from the bottom-up: Analytical investigation of critical factors. Applied Energy 159:178-187. doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2015.08.117. [Link]

Brudermann T, Mitterhuber C & Posch A (2015). Agricultural biogas plants - a systematic analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Energy Policy 76:107-111. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2014.11.022. [Link] 

Reinsberger K, Brudermann T & Posch A (2015). The Role of Photovoltaics in Energy Transition – Assessing the Prospects for a Regime Shift. GAIA 24 (1):49-55. [Link] [PDF]

Posch A, Brudermann T, Braschel N & Gabriel M. (2015). Strategic energy management in energy-intensive enterprises – a quantitative analysis of relevant factors in the Austrian paper and pulp industry. Journal of Cleaner Production 90:291-299. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.11.044. [Link] 

Brudermann T, Bartel G, Fenzl T & Seebauer S (2015). Eyes on social norms: A field study on an honor system for newspaper sale. Theory and Decision 79(2):285-306, DOI: 10.1007/s11238-014-9460-1. [Link] 

Brudermann T, Kelz C, Klettner S, Röderer K, Seebauer S & Wicher M (2015). Mensch und Umwelt: Umweltpsychologische Forschung in Österreich / Humans and Environment: Environmental Psychology Research in Austria. Psychologie in Österreich 35(2): 116–125.

Brudermann T & Yamagata Y (2014). Towards studying collective dynamics of electricity sharing systems. Energy Procedia 61: 975-978. [Link]

Hatzl S, Brudermann T, Reinsberger K & Posch A (2014). Do public programs in 'energy regions' affect citizen attitudes and behavior? Energy Policy 69:425-429. [Link] 

Brudermann T, Reinsberger K,  Orthofer A, Kislinger M, & Posch A (2013). Photovoltaics in Agriculture: A Case Study on Decision Making of Farmers. Energy Policy 61:96-103. [Link] 

Koinegg J, Brudermann T, Posch A and Mrotzek M (2013). “It Would Be a Shame if We Did Not Take Advantage of the Spirit of the Times …” - An Analysis of Prospects and Barriers of Building Integrated Photovoltaic. GAIA 22(1):39-45. [Link] [PDF]

Brudermann T, Rauter R & Yamagata Y (2013). Behavioral aspects of urban resilience. Innovation and Supply Chain Management 7(3):83-91.

Fenzl T & Brudermann T (2009): Risk behavior in decision-making in a multi-person-setting. Journal of Socio-Economics 38(5): 752-756. [Link]

Fenzl T & Brudermann T (2009). Die Vortester-Strategie – Umgang mit unbekannten Risiken. Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, 1/09:17-18 (German Edition). [Link]

Brudermann T & Fenzl T (2008). Die Stunde der Risikointelligenz. Die Bank, 10/08:60-63 (German Edition). [Link]

Books

Brudermann, Thomas (2010). Massenpsychologie. Psychologische Ansteckung, kollektive Dynamiken, Simulationsmodelle. Wien/New York: Springer (German Edition). [Link]

Brudermann, Thomas (2007). Webseiten-Personalisierung für anonyme Besucher. München: GRIN (German Edition).

Book chapters

Brudermann T, Hofer C & Yamagata Y (2016). Agent-Based Modeling - A Tool for Urban Resilience Research? In Yamagata Y & Maruyama H (eds): Urban Resilience - A Transformative Approach, Chapter 11, Springer International Publishing, 135-151

Brudermann T (2014). Mass Psychology revisited—Insights from Social Psychology, Neuroscience and Simulation. In Weidmann U, Kirsch U & Schreckenberg M (eds.): Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, 39-54. [Link]

Brudermann T & Fenzl T (2010). Agent-based Modelling: A new approach in viral marketing research. In: Ralf Terlutter, Sandra Diehl, Shintaro Okazaki (eds.): EAA Advances in Advertising Research (Vol. 1): Cutting Edge International Research. Wiesbaden: Gabler Verlag, 397-412. [Link]

 

Ass.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.rer.nat.

Thomas Brudermann

Ass.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.rer.nat. Thomas Brudermann Institute of Systems Sciences, Innovation and Sustainability Research

Merangasse 18/1, 8010 Graz

Telefon:+43 316 380 - 7336

My 2010 book on mass psychology is currently sold out. Please contact me for a free pre-print version, or see the preview on books.google.at.

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