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2019

Burger, Paul and Hess, Ann-Kathrin and Parlow, Stephan and Schubert, Iljana and Sohre, Annika. (December 2019) Suffizienz im Alltag. Vielversprechende Schritte auf dem Weg zur Erreichung einer CO2-armen Gesellschaft. Basel.

Hess, Ann-Kathrin and Schubert, Iljana. (2019) Functional perceptions, barriers, and demographics concerning e-cargo bike sharing in Switzerland. Transportation research : an international journal. Part D, Transport and environment, 71. pp. 153-168.

Stoiber, Thomas and Schubert, Iljana and Hoerler, Raphael and Burger, Paul. (2019) Will consumers prefer shared and pooled-use autonomous vehicles? A stated choice experiment with Swiss households. Transportation research : an international journal. Part D, Transport and environment, 71. pp. 265-282.

2017

Rocks, Sophie A. and Schubert, Iljana and Soane, Emma and Black, Edgar and Muckle, Rachel and Petts, Judith and Prpich, George and Pollard, Simon J.. (2017) Engaging with Comparative Risk Appraisals: Public Views on Policy Priorities for Environmental Risk Governance. Risk Analysis , 37 (9). pp. 1683-1692.

2016

de Groot, Judith I. M. and Schubert, Iljana and Th√łgersen, John. (2016) Morality and green consumer behaviour: A psychological perspective. In: Ethics and Morality in Consumption: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New York, pp. 57-74.

Soane, Emma and Schubert, Iljana and Pollard, Simon J. and Rocks, Sophie A. and Black, Edgar. (2016) Confluence and contours: Reflexive management of environmental risk. Risk analysis, 36 (6). pp. 1090-1107.

2015

Soane, Emma and Schubert, Iljana and Lunn, Rebecca and Pollard, Simon J.. (2015) The relationship between information processing style and information seeking, and its moderation by affect and perceived usefulness: Analysis vs. procrastination. Personality and Individual Differences, 72. pp. 72-78.