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Open Access research that is tackling the climate emergency...

Addressing the energy challenge confronting society is a strategic research theme for Strathclyde. Researchers from across the institution, spanning multiple disciplines, are therefore working together to understand ways of reducing the environmental impacts of energy use, improving energy efficiency, coping with declining fossil fuel supplies, managing an ageing energy infrastructure, and devising policy or economic levers to achieve higher penetration of renewable energy systems and technologies. Strathprints makes this scholarly research content available Open Access thereby ensuring results are available to everyone in order meet the global climate challenge.

Explore some of this Open Access research from the departments of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering, Economics, Entrepreneurship and the School of Government & Public Policy.

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2011

Dolfsma, W. and Finch, J. and McMaster, R. (2011) Identifying institutional vulnerability : the importance of language, and system boundaries. Journal of Economic Issues, 45 (4). pp. 805-818. ISSN 0021-3624

2010

Levie, J.D. and Gimmon, E. (2010) Authors' response to Comments by Baldwin Ranson on "Instrumental Value Theory and the Human Capital of Entrepreneurs'. Journal of Economic Issues. pp. 269-270. ISSN 0021-3624

2009

Levie, J.D. and Gimmon, E. (2009) Instrumental Value Theory and the Human Capital of Entrepreneurs. Journal of Economic Issues, 43 (3). pp. 715-732. ISSN 0021-3624

2005

Dolfsma, W. and Finch, J.H. and McMaster, R. (2005) Market and society: how do they relate and how do they contribute to welfare? Journal of Economic Issues, 39 (2). pp. 347-356. ISSN 0021-3624

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