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  1. Books

Milkoreit, M. (2017). Mindmade Politics: The Cognitive Roots of Global Climate Governance. The MIT Press. See Feature Project.

 

  1. Journal Articles

Bennett, E., Biermann, F., Biggs, R., Carpenter, S., Ellis, E., Galaz, V., Hichert. T., Lahsen, M., Martin-Lopez, B., McPhearson, T., Milkoreit, M., Nicholas, K., Norstrom, A., Olsson, P., Pereira, L., Peterson, G., Preiser, R., Raudsepp-Hearne, C., Solan, M., Verwoort, J., Vince, G., Xu, H. (2016). Bright Spots: Seeds of a Good Anthropocene. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (8), pp. 441-448.

Hochstetler, K. and Milkoreit, M (2015). Responsibilities in Transition – Emerging Powers in the Climate Change Negotiations. Global Governance 21 (2), 205-226.

Milkoreit, M. Moore, M-L., Schoon, M, Meek, C. L. (2015). Resilience Scientists as Change Makers – Growing the Middle Ground Between Science and Advocacy? Environmental Science and Policy, pp. 87-95.

Milkoreit, M. (2014). Hot Deontology and Cold Consequentialism – An Empirical Exploration of Ethical Reasoning among Climate Change Negotiators. Climatic Change. Vol. 130, Issue 3, pp. 397-409.

Norström, A. V., Dannenberg, A., McCarney, G., Milkoreit, M., Diekert, F., Engström, G., Fishman, R., Gars, J., Kyriakopoulou, E., Manoussi, V., Meng, K., Metian, M., Sanctuary, M., Schlüter, M., Schoon, M., Schultz, L., & Sjöstedt, M. (2014). Three necessary conditions for establishing effective Sustainable Development Goals in the Anthropocene. Ecology and Society, 19(3), 8.

Homer-Dixon, T. F., Milkoreit, M, Mock, S., Schröder, T. and Thagard, P. (2014). The Conceptual Structure of Social Disputes: Cognitive-Affective Maps as a Tool for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. SAGE Open.

Hochstetler, K. and Milkoreit, M (2013). Emerging Powers in the Climate Negotiations: Shifting Identities and Role Conceptions. Political Research Quarterly, 67(1): 224-235.

Homer-Dixon, T.F., Leader Maynard, J., Mildenberger, M., Milkoreit, M., Mock, S.J., Quilley, S., Schröder, T. and Thagard, P. (2013). A Complex Systems Approach to the Study of Ideology: Cognitive-Affective Structures and the Dynamics of Belief Systems. Journal of Social and Political Psychology 1 (1): 337–63.

Blackstock, J.J. and Milkoreit, M. (2007). Understanding the Iranian Nuclear Equation, Journal of Public and International Affairs (APSIA and Princeton University), Volume 18, pp. 7-28.

  1. Non-Refereed Publications

Milkoreit, M. (forthcoming). Resilience Science. In Castree, N, Hulme, M. and Proctor, J (eds.) The Companion to Environmental Studies, Routledge Publishing.

Milkoreit, M. (2016). The Promise of Climate Fiction – Imagination, Storytelling and the Politics of the Future. In Wapner, Paul and Hilal Elver (eds.) Reimagining Climate Change. Chapter 10, pp. 171-191. Routledge Publishing.

Milkoreit, M. (2015). Science and Climate Change Diplomacy – Cognitive Limits and the Need to Reinvent Science Communication. In Patman, R.G. and Davis, L. (eds.) Science Diplomacy: New Day or False Dawn?, Chapter 6, World Scientific.

Milkoreit, M. and Mock, S. (2014). The Networked Mind – Collective Identities as the Key to Understanding Conflict. In Masys, A.J. (ed.), Networks and Network Analysis for Defence and Security, Lecture Notes in Social Networks, pp. 161-188. Springer International Publishing.

http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-04147-6_7

Norström, A. V., Dannenberg, A., McCarney, G., Milkoreit, M., Diekert, F., Engström, G., Fishman, R., Gars, J., Kyriakopoulou, E., Manoussi, V., Meng, K., Metian, M., Sanctuary, M., Schlüter, M., Schoon, M., Schultz, L., & Sjöstedt, M. (2013). Social Change Vital to Sustainability Goals. Nature, Vol. 498, June 2013, p. 299.

Milkoreit, M. (2008). Laying the Past to Rest in Post-War Germany – A Leadership Perspective on Vergangenheitsbewältigung. In Houben, G and Tim Rusche (eds). Leadership as a Vocation. Nomos Publishers.

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