Florence Metz
Florence Metz
Assistant Professor, Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability, University of
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Sustainable wastewater management: is it possible to regulate micropollution in the future by learning from the past? A policy analysis
F Metz, K Ingold
Sustainability 6 (4), 1992-2012, 2014
Interactions among Sustainable Development Goals: Knowledge for identifying multipliers and virtuous cycles
M Pham‐Truffert, F Metz, M Fischer, H Rueff, P Messerli
Sustainable development 28 (5), 1236-1250, 2020
Politics of the precautionary principle: assessing actors’ preferences in water protection policy
F Metz, K Ingold
Policy Sciences 50 (4), 721-743, 2017
Misfit between physical affectedness and regulatory embeddedness: The case of drinking water supply along the Rhine River
K Ingold, A Moser, F Metz, L Herzog, HP Bader, R Scheidegger, C Stamm
Global Environmental Change 48, 136-150, 2018
Policy integration: Do laws or actors integrate issues relevant to flood risk management in Switzerland?
F Metz, M Angst, M Fischer
Global Environmental Change 61, 101945, 2020
From network structure to policy design in water protection: A comparative perspective on micropollutants in the Rhine River Riparian countries
F Metz
Springer, 2017
Interdependent policy instrument preferences: a two-mode network approach
F Metz, P Leifeld, K Ingold
Journal of public policy 39 (4), 609-636, 2019
Land competition under telecoupling: Distant actors’ environmental versus economic claims on land in North-Eastern Madagascar
OR Andriamihaja, F Metz, JG Zaehringer, M Fischer, P Messerli
Sustainability 11 (3), 851, 2019
Identifying agents of change for sustainable land governance
OR Andriamihaja, F Metz, JG Zaehringer, M Fischer, P Messerli
Land use policy 100, 104882, 2021
Comparing discourse and policy network approaches: Evidence from water policy on micropollutants
S Schaub, FA Metz
Politics and governance 8 (2), 184-199, 2020
Integrated water resources management and policy integration: Lessons from 169 years of flood policies in Switzerland
F Metz, A Glaus
Water 11 (6), 1173, 2019
Policy diffusion in the context of international river basin management
F Metz, M Fischer
Environmental Policy and Governance 26 (4), 257-277, 2016
Are responses to official consultations and stakeholder surveys reliable guides to policy actors’ positions?
K Ingold, F Varone, M Kammerer, F Metz, L Kammermann, C Strotz
Policy & Politics 48 (2), 193-222, 2020
Policy change through negotiated agreements: the case of greening Swiss agricultural policy
F Metz, E Lieberherr, A Schmucki, R Huber
Policy studies journal 49 (3), 731-756, 2021
Why resource regimes fail in the long run
T Bolognesi, S Nahrath, F Metz
The Role of Institutional Complexity Traps and Transversal Transaction Costs …, 2017
Policy instrument selection under uncertainty: The case of micropollution regulation
FA Metz, KM Ingold
Institutional complexity traps in policy integration processes: a long-term perspective on Swiss flood risk management
T Bolognesi, F Metz, S Nahrath
Policy sciences 54 (4), 911-941, 2021
Governing water with market-based instruments: preferences and skepticism in Switzerland
F Metz, P Leifeld
A critical approach to international water management trends, 147-176, 2018
Sustainable wastewater management: Is it possible to regulate micropollution in the future by learning from the past? A policy analysis. Sustainability, 6 (4), 1992-2012
F Metz, K Ingold
Addressing micropollution by linking problem characteristics to policy instruments
FA Metz
Department of Environmental Social Sciences. Swiss Federal Institute of …, 2013
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