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Archetype Analysis in Sustainability Research
Guest Editorial
Avenues of archetype analysis: roots, achievements, and next steps in sustainability research
Klaus Eisenack, Christoph Oberlack, and Diana Sietz
Archetype analysis in sustainability research: meanings, motivations, and evidence-based policy making
Christoph Oberlack, Diana Sietz, Elisabeth Bürgi Bonanomi, Ariane de Bremond, Jampel Dell'Angelo, Klaus Eisenack, Erle C Ellis, Graham Epstein, Markus Giger, Andreas Heinimann, Christian Kimmich, Marcel TJ Kok, David Manuel-Navarrete, Peter Messerli, Patrick Meyfroidt, TomᚠVáclavík, and Sergio Villamayor-Tomas
Design and quality criteria for archetype analysis
Klaus Eisenack, Sergio Villamayor-Tomas, Graham Epstein, Christian Kimmich, Nicholas Magliocca, David Manuel-Navarrete, Christoph Oberlack, Matteo Roggero, and Diana Sietz
Archetype analysis in sustainability research: methodological portfolio and analytical frontiers
Diana Sietz, Ulrich Frey, Matteo Roggero, Yanqing Gong, Nicholas Magliocca, Rong Tan, Peter Janssen, and TomᚠVáclavík
Synthesizing plausible futures for biodiversity and ecosystem services in Europe and Central Asia using scenario archetypes
Paula A. Harrison, Zuzana V. Harmáčková, Armağan Aloe Karabulut, Lluis Brotons, Matthew Cantele, Joachim Claudet, Robert W. Dunford, Antoine Guisan, Ian P. Holman, Sander Jacobs, Kasper Kok, Anastasia Lobanova, Alejandra Morán-Ordóñez, Simona Pedde, Christian Rixen, Fernando Santos-Martín, Martin A. Schlaepfer, Cosimo Solidoro, Anthony Sonrel, and Jennifer Hauck
Exploring the usefulness of scenario archetypes in science-policy processes: experience across IPBES assessments
Nadia Sitas, Zuzana V. Harmáčková, Jonathan A. Anticamara, Almut Arneth, Ruchi Badola, Reinette Biggs, Ryan Blanchard, Lluis Brotons, Matthew Cantele, Kaera Coetzer, Rajarshi DasGupta, Eefje den Belder, Sonali Ghosh, Antoine Guisan, Haripriya Gundimeda, Maike Hamann, Paula A. Harrison, Shizuka Hashimoto, Jennifer Hauck, Brian J. Klatt, Kasper Kok, Rainer M. Krug, Aidin Niamir, Patrick J. O'Farrell, Sana Okayasu, Ignacio Palomo, Laura M. Pereira, Philip Riordan, Fernando Santos-Martín, Odirilwe Selomane, Yunne-Jai Shin, and Mireia Valle
Archetyping shared socioeconomic pathways across scales: an application to central Asia and European case studies
Simona Pedde, Kasper Kok, Katharina Hölscher, Christoph Oberlack, Paula A Harrison, and Rik Leemans
Research pathways to foster transformation: linking sustainability science and social-ecological systems research
Andra-Ioana Horcea-Milcu, Berta Martín-López, David P. M. Lam, and Daniel J. Lang
Impact through participatory research approaches: an archetype analysis
Theresa Tribaldos, Christoph Oberlack, and Flurina Schneider
Sustainability through institutional failure and decline? Archetypes of productive pathways
Jens Newig, Pim Derwort, and Nicolas W Jager
Adaptation finance archetypes: local governments’ persistent challenges of funding adaptation to climate change and ways to overcome them
Susanne C. Moser, Julia A. Ekstrom, Julia Kim, and Samantha Heitsch
Are generic and specific adaptation institutions always relevant? An archetype analysis of drought adaptation in Spanish irrigation systems
Sergio Villamayor-Tomas, Irene Iniesta-Arandia, and Matteo Roggero
Archetypes of common village pasture problems in the South Caucasus: insights from comparative case studies in Georgia and Azerbaijan
Regina Neudert, Anja Salzer, Naiba Allahverdiyeva, Jonathan Etzold, and Volker Beckmann
Archetypical pathways of direct and indirect land-use change caused by Cambodia’s economic land concessions
Nicholas R. Magliocca, Quy Van Khuc, Evan A. Ellicott, and Ariane de Bremond
Sustainable rural renewal in China: archetypical patterns
Rongyu Wang, Klaus Eisenack, and Rong Tan
Land-use elements and attributed ecosystem services: an archetype approach to land-use evaluation at the German North Sea coast
Leena Karrasch, Thomas Klenke, and Michael Kleyer
Archetypical opportunities for water governance adaptation to climate change
Anastasiia Gotgelf, Matteo Roggero, and Klaus Eisenack
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