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Milena Büchs

Milena Büchs
Dr. Milena Büchs
Areas of Interest: Inequality and climate change.

 

Stay(s) with the Research Group

01.04. 2014 - 28.04.14


Research focus, presentations and publications during stay

Dr. Milena Büchs presented her current research in a colloquium entitled 'Post-growth and wellbeing - a happy couple to be?'.



Selected Publications

Publications

Clifford, David, Geyne Rajme, Frida, Smith, Graham, Edwards, Rebecca, Buchs, Milena and Saunders, Clare  (2013) Mapping the Environmental Third Sector in England: A distinctive field of activity? Voluntary Sector Review, 4, (2), 241-264.  (http://dx.doi.org/10.1332/204080513X668584).

Buchs, Milena and Schnepf, Sylke V.  (2013) Who emits most? Associations between socio-economic factors and UK households' home energy, transport, indirect and total CO2 emissions. Ecological Economics, 90, (2013), 114-123.  (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2013.03.007).

Saunders, Clare, Buchs, Milena, Papafragkou, Anastasios, Wallbridge, Rebecca and Smith, Graham  (2014) Beyond the activist ghetto: a deductive blockmodeling approach to understanding the relationship between contact with environmental organisations and public attitudes and behaviour. Social Movement Studies, 13, (1), 158-177.  (doi:10.1080/14742837.2013.832623).

Edwards, Rebecca, Smith, Graham and Buchs, Milena  (2013) Environmental management systems and the Third Sector: exploring weak adoption in the UK. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 31, (1), 119-133.  (doi:10.1068/c11123).

Buchs, Milena, Bardsley, Nicholas and Duwe, Sebastian  (2011) Who bears the brunt? Distributional effects of climate change mitigation policies. Critical Social Policy, 31, (2), 285-307.  (doi:10.1177/0261018310396036).
Büchs, Milena  (2009) Examining the interaction between vertical and horizontal dimensions of state transformation.

Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2, (1), 35-49.  (doi:10.1093/cjres/rsn026).
Büchs, Milena  (2008) How legitimate is the open method of coordination? JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 46, (4), 765-786.  (doi:10.1111/j.1468-5965.2008.00804.x).

Büchs, M.  (2008) The open method of coordination as a 'two-level game'. Policy & Politics, 36, (1), 21-37.  (doi:10.1332/030557308783431689).

Büchs, Milena  (2009) The open method of coordination - effectively preventing welfare state retrenchment? European Integration Online Papers (EIoP), 13 (doi:10.1695/2009011).

Büchs, Milena  (2005) The european employment strategy - effective and democratic? WeltTrends, 13, (47), 41-54.

Büchs, M.  (2007) New governance in European social policy: the open method of coordination, Houndmills, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 224pp. (Palgrave Studies in European Politics).

Büchs, M.  (2009) Directly-deliberative polyarchy - a suitable democracy model for European social policy? In, Ervik, Rune, Kildal, Nanna, Nilssen, Even and Rokkan, Stein (eds.) The Role of International Organizations in Social Policy. Ideas, Actors and Impact. Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar, 49-71.

Büchs, Milena and Hinrichs, Karl  (2007) Germany: moving towards Europe but putting national autonomy first. In, Kvist, Jon and Saari, Juho (eds.) Europeanisation of Social Protection. Bristol, UK, Policy Press, 21-40.

Büchs, M.  (2003) Methodological and conceptual issues in researching the open method of co-ordination. In, Hantrais, L., MacGregor, S. and Mangen, S. (eds.) European Cross-National Research and Policy, Cross-National Research Papers, Seventh Series: Special Issue. Loughborough, UK, European Research Centre Loughborough University, 39-46.

Büchs, Milena and Friedrich, Dawid  (2005) Surface integration: the national action plans for employment and social inclusion in Germany. In, Zeitlin, Jonathan, Pochet, Philippe and Magnusson, Lars (eds.) The Open Method of Co-ordination in Action: The European Employment and Social Inclusion Strategies. Brussels, Belgium: Bern, Germany: Berlin, Germany: Frankfurt am Main, Germany: New York, USA: Oxford, UK: Vienna, Austria, PIE Peter Lang, 249-285. (Work and Society 49).

Buchs, Milena, Edwards, Rebecca and Smith, Graham  (2012) Third sector organisations' role in pro-environmental behaviour change - a review of the literature and evidence. Southampton, GB, Third Sector Research Centre, 19pp. (TSRC Working Paper, 81).

Bardsley, N., Buchs, M., James, P.A., Papafragrou, A., Rushby, T., Saunders, C., Smith, G., Wallbridge, R. and Woodman, N.  (2013) Initial effects of a community-based initiative for energy saving: an experimental analysis. , University of Southampton, 18pp.

Buchs, Milena and Schnepf, Sylke V.  (2013) UK households' carbon footprint: a comparison of the association between household characteristics and emissions from home energy, transport and other goods and services. Southampton, GB, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute (S3RI)

Clifford, David, Geyne Rajme, Frida, Smith, Graham, Edwards, Rebecca, Buchs, Milena and Saunders, Clare  (2013) Mapping the environmental third sector in England. , Third Sector Research Centre, University of Southampton (Third Sector Research Centre Working Papers, 98).

Buchs, Milena and Schnepf, Sylke V.  (2013) Expenditure as proxy for UK household emissions? Comparing three estimation methods. Southampton, GB, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute (S3RI) (Applications and Policy, A13/02).

Buchs, Milena, Smith, Graham and Edwards, Rebecca  (2011) Low-carbon practices: a third sector research agenda. , TSRC Working Paper 59

Edwards, Rebecca, Smith, Graham and Buchs, Milena  (2010) Mainstreaming the environment? the third sector and environmental performance management. Birmingham, GB, Third Sector Research Centre, 19pp. (Briefing and Working Paper, 36).