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Glaus, Anik; Wiedemann, Ruth Maria; Brandenberger, Laurence (2021). Towards sustainable policy instruments: assessing instrument selection among policy actors. Journal of environmental planning and management, 65(9), pp. 1708-1726. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/09640568.2021.1944847

Glaus, Anik (2021). Politics of flood risk management in Switzerland: Political feasibility of instrument mixes. Environmental Policy and Governance, 31(5), pp. 492-519. Wiley 10.1002/eet.1940

Glaus, Anik; Ingold, Karin (5 February 2021). Under which conditions do extreme events induce paradigm shift? Studying policy change during one century of Swiss flood risk management (Unpublished). In: Annual Conference of the Swiss Political Science Association. Bern (Online). 4-5 February 2021.


Glaus, Anik; Mosimann, Markus; Röthlisberger, Veronika; Ingold, Karin (2020). How flood risks shape policies: flood exposure and risk perception in Swiss municipalities. Regional environmental change, 20(120), pp. 1-17. Springer 10.1007/s10113-020-01705-7

Glaus, Anik (28 September 2020). Policy design in flood risk management: studying policy preferences in three sub-catchment areas in Switzerland. WIT transactions on the built environment, 194, pp. 35-47. Ashurst, Southampton: WIT Press 10.2495/FRIAR200041


Metz, Florence; Glaus, Anik (2019). Integrated Water Resources Management and Policy Integration: Lessons from 169 Years of Flood Policies in Switzerland. Water, 11(6), p. 1173. MDPI 10.3390/w11061173

Glaus, Anik; Wiedemann, Ruth; Brandenberger, Laurence (15 February 2019). Long-term policy instruments: evaluating actors’ policy preferences in Swiss flood risk management (Unpublished). In: Annual Conference of the Swiss Political Science Association & Dreiländertagung. Zurich, Switzerland. 14.02.-16.02.2019.


Glaus, Anik; Mosimann, Markus; Röthlisberger, Veronika Eva; Ingold, Karin (5 February 2018). How floods shape policies: studying exposure to and perception of flood risks, and comparing them with policy preferences (Unpublished). In: Annual Conference of the Swiss Political Science Association - «International Migration Governance: Chances and Limits». Geneva, Switzerland. 05.02.-06.02.2018.

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