Adrian Rinscheid
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Crisis, policy discourse, and major policy change: Exploring the role of subsystem polarization in nuclear energy policymaking
A Rinscheid
European Policy Analysis 1 (2), 34-70, 2015
412015
Germany’s decision to phase out coal by 2038 lags behind citizens’ timing preferences
A Rinscheid, R Wüstenhagen
Nature Energy 4 (10), 856-863, 2019
282019
Why do junctures become critical? Political discourse, agency, and joint belief shifts in comparative perspective
A Rinscheid, B Eberlein, P Emmenegger, V Schneider
Regulation & Governance 14 (4), 653-673, 2020
152020
Fast track or Slo-Mo? Public support and temporal preferences for phasing out fossil fuel cars in the United States
A Rinscheid, S Pianta, EU Weber
Climate Policy 20 (1), 30-45, 2020
122020
Divesting, Fast and Slow: Affective and Cognitive Drivers of Fading Voter Support for a Nuclear Phase-Out
A Rinscheid, R Wüstenhagen
Ecological economics 152, 51-61, 2018
102018
What shapes public support for climate change mitigation policies? The role of descriptive social norms and elite cues
A Rinscheid, S Pianta, EU Weber
Behavioural Public Policy, 1-25, 2020
42020
German voters would prefer a more ambitious timeline to phase out coal
A Rinscheid, R Wüstenhagen
Nature Energy 4 (12), 1016-1017, 2019
42019
Ein klassischer Fall von Inkrementalismus
S Heichel, A Rinscheid
Moralpolitik in Deutschland, 127-146, 2015
42015
Entkriminalisierung ohne Individualisierung? Eine komparativ-historische Fallstudie zur Entkriminalisierung von Homosexualität in BRD und DDR
A Rinscheid
Zeitschrift für vergleichende Politikwissenschaft 7 (3), 251-275, 2013
42013
Revisiting carbon lock-in in energy systems: Explaining the perpetuation of coal power in Japan
G Trencher, A Rinscheid, M Duygan, N Truong, J Asuka
Energy Research & Social Science 69, 101770, 2020
32020
Business power in noisy politics: An exploration based on discourse network analysis and survey data
A Rinscheid
Politics and Governance 8 (2), 286-297, 2020
32020
Emphasizing Urgency of Climate Change No Silver Bullet to Increase Policy Support
LP Fesenfeld, A Rinscheid
Available at SSRN 3680880, 2020
32020
Classifying political parties beyond the OECD world: An expanded concept and a new dataset on party family representation (PARFAM)
S Heichel, A Rinscheid, C Knill
Unpublished manuscript, 2015
32015
Deliberate decline: An emerging frontier for the study and practice of decarbonization
D Rosenbloom, A Rinscheid
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 11 (6), e669, 2020
22020
The Clean Energy Ministerial: Motivation for and policy consequences of membership
J Tosun, A Rinscheid
International Political Science Review, 0192512120942303, 2020
22020
Complex Policy Trajectories in Risk Domains: Nuclear Power in Canada, Germany and Japan
A Rinscheid, B Eberlein, V Schneider
22015
Emphasizing urgency of climate change is insufficient to increase policy support
LP Fesenfeld, A Rinscheid
One Earth 4 (3), 411-424, 2021
12021
A conceptual framework for elucidating how agency shapes destabilization of socio-technical systems
M Duygan, A Kachi, A Rinscheid
12019
Nuclear Energy Policy after the Fukushima Disaster
A Rinscheid
A Comparative Study. Master's Thesis, Konstanz, 2014
12014
Introducing the Endowment-Practice-Institutions (EPI) framework for studying agency in the institutional contestation of socio-technical regimes
M Duygan, A Kachi, TD Oliveira, A Rinscheid
Journal of Cleaner Production 296, 126396, 2021
2021
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