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Title Rethinking climate and energy policies : new perspectives on the rebound phenomenon / Tilman Santarius, Hans Jakob Walnum, Carlo Aall, editors.

Published Switzerland : Springer, 2016.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (ix, 294 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Contents Preface; Contents; Abstract; 1 Introduction: Rebound Research in a Warming World; 1.1 Reducing Energy and Resource Demand for Sustainability; 1.2 A Brief History of Rebound Research; 1.3 Terminology and State of Research; 1.4 Structure and Content of This Volume; References; New Aspects in Economic Rebound Research; 2 After 35 Years of Rebound Research in Economics: Where Do We Stand?; Abstract; 2.1 The Rebound Architecture; 2.1.1 Another Taxonomy of Rebound Effects?; 2.1.2 Rebound Mechanisms; 2.2 The Micro Perspective; 2.2.1 Enhanced Microeconomic Foundations
2.2.2 New Empirical Evidence on Direct and Indirect Rebound2.2.3 Further Research Needs; 2.3 The Macroperspective; 2.3.1 Differences in Economy-Wide and Macroeconomic Methods and Focus; 2.3.2 Economy-Wide Sectoral Level Impacts Versus Macroeconomic Effects and the Questioning of a Single Rebound Measure; 2.3.3 Research Needs; 2.4 Putting the Two Perspectives Together; 2.4.1 The Micro Level as the Starting Point Triggering Rebound and Other Economic Processes; 2.4.2 Limitations to Microlevel Analytics, Need for Multi-level Analysis, and Link to Other Research Disciplines
2.4.3 Need for Partial Equilibrium Analytics and Relevance of a Meso-level (Sectoral) Analysis2.4.4 Limitations to General Equilibrium Analytics in 'Whole System' Analysis; 2.5 Conclusions, Policy Recommendations, and Outlook; Acknowledgments; References; 3 Indirect Effects from Resource Sufficiency Behaviour in Germany; Abstract; 3.1 Literature on Rebound Effects from Eco-Sufficiency; 3.2 Identifying Resource Sufficiency; 3.2.1 Housing; 3.2.2 Transport; 3.2.3 Food; 3.3 Method; 3.3.1 Household Demand Model; 3.3.2 Rebound Effect Model; 3.4 Data; 3.5 Results; 3.5.1 Household Demand Model
3.5.2 Rebound Effects3.6 Discussion and Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; 4 The Global South: New Estimates and Insights from Urban India; Abstract; 4.1 Rebound Effects in the Global South: Past Studies; 4.2 Estimating Direct Rebound Effects in Mobility Service in India: Method and Data; 4.3 Findings; 4.4 Comparing Rebound Estimates Across Methods; 4.5 Conclusions; Acknowledgement; References; 5 Production-Side Effects and Feedback Loops Between the Micro and Macro Level; Abstract; 5.1 State of the Research; 5.2 Reasons for Production-Side Rebounds; 5.3 Market Price Effects
5.4 Cascade Effects and Feedback Loops Between Production- and Consumption-Side Rebounds5.5 Generalisations on the Potential Scope of Meso-Level Rebound Effects; Acknowledgement; References; Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the Rebound Phenomenon; 6 Exploring Rebound Effects from a Psychological Perspective; Abstract; 6.1 Psychological Action Theories and Rebound Effects; 6.2 Method; 6.3 Results; 6.3.1 Rebound Effects: To What Extent Do Participants Perceive and Report Behavioural Changes After an Energy Efficiency Investment?; Attitudes; Personal Norms; Social Norms
Other author Santarius, Tilman, editor.
Walnum, Hans Jakob, editor.
Aall, Carlo, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Climatic changes -- Government policy.
Energy policy.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319388076 (electronic bk.)
331938807X (electronic bk.)
9783319388052 (print)