Geeske Scholz
Geeske Scholz
Institut für Umweltsystemforschung, Universität Osnabrück
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Computational models that matter during a global pandemic outbreak: a call to action
F Squazzoni, JG Polhill, B Edmonds, P Ahrweiler, P Antosz, G Scholz, ...
SimSoc Consortium, 2020
1492020
An analytical framework of social learning facilitated by participatory methods
G Scholz, A Dewulf, C Pahl-Wostl
Systemic Practice and Action Research 27 (6), 575-591, 2014
912014
Simulate this! An Introduction to Agent-Based Models and their Power to Improve your Research Practice
J Eberlen, G Scholz, M Gagliolo
International Review of Social Psychology 30 (1), 2017
292017
Can ‘learning spaces’ shape transboundary management processes? Evaluating emergent social learning processes in the Zambezi basin
CK Lumosi, C Pahl-Wostl, G Scholz
Environmental Science & Policy 97, 67-77, 2019
162019
Evaluating group model building exercises: a method for comparing externalized mental models and group models
G Scholz, M Austermann, K Kaldrack, C Pahl‐Wostl
System Dynamics Review 31 (1-2), 28-45, 2015
162015
Social Identity in Agent-Based Models—Exploring the State of the Art
G Scholz, T Eberhard, R Ostrowski, N Wijermans
Advances in Social Simulation: Proceedings of the 15th Social Simulation …, 2021
142021
A social learning and transition perspective on a climate change project in South Africa
G Scholz, N Methner
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 34, 322-335, 2020
92020
Learning about learning in sustainability transitions
B Van Mierlo, J Halbe, P Beers, G Scholz, J Vinke-de Kruijf
Environmental innovation and societal transitions, 2020
82020
Influence of Narratives of Vision and Identity on Collective Behavior Change
I Chabay, L Koch, G Martinez, G Scholz
Sustainability 11 (20), 5680, 2019
72019
An adapted concept mapping technique to help conservation implementation–Exemplified for wolves returning to Lower Saxony in Germany
AG Büssing, N Jannink, G Scholz, J Halbe
Global Ecology and Conservation 20, e00784, 2019
62019
How participatory methods facilitate social learning in natural resource management: an exploration of group interaction using interdisciplinary syntheses and agent-based modeling
G Scholz
62014
An Agent-Based Model of Consensus Building
G Scholz, C Pahl-Wostl, A Dewulf
Social Simulation Conference, 2014
52014
Artificial Sociality Manifesto
GJ Hofstede, C Frantz, J Hoey, G Scholz, T Schröder
RofASSS, 2021
12021
Evaluating trust and shared group identities in emergent social learning processes in the Zambezi river basin
C Lumosi, C Pahl-Wostl, G Scholz
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES COMMUNICATIONS, 2020
12020
The Energy Transition Game: Experiences and Ways Forward
W Jager, G Scholz, R Mellema, S Kurahashi
Innovative Approaches in Agent-Based Modelling and Business Intelligence …, 2018
12018
Learning in the governance of sustainability transitions—A systematic review
J Halbe, C Pahl-Wostl, G Scholz, H Thomsen, J Vincke-de Kruijf, ...
Governance of Transformations towards Sustainable Development—Facilitating …, 0
1
Sustainable WEF Nexus Management: A Conceptual Framework to Integrate Models of Social, Economic, Policy and Institutional Developments
E Akinsete, P Koundouri, X Kartala, N Englezos, Z Yihdego, J Gibson, ...
DEOS Working Papers, 2021
2021
Models of demographic, cultural and social developments in the Omo-Turkana and Zambezi river basins
G Scholz, C Knieper, C van Bers, J Sodoge, N Eikemeier
EU H2020 Project Grant No. 690268 2 (Deliverable D4.3, V0.1), 1, 2019
2019
The Social Learning Community-Modeling Social Change from the Bottom-Up
G Scholz
Advances in Social Simulation 2015, 373-377, 2017
2017
IV. Nach dem Partizipationsprozess: Normumsetzung und¶ ffentlichkeitsbeteiligung im Lichte verschiedener Implementationstheorien
G Scholz
EffektivitÄt von Beteiligungsprozessen, 2006
2006
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