Elena Rovenskaya
Elena Rovenskaya
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis and Faculty of Computational Mathematics and
E-mail megerősítve itt: iiasa.ac.at
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
What is blue growth? The semantics of “Sustainable Development” of marine environments
AM Eikeset, AB Mazzarella, B Davíðsdóttir, DH Klinger, SA Levin, ...
Marine Policy 87, 177-179, 2018
Quantifying the sustainability of economic resource networks: An ecological information-based approach
A Kharrazi, E Rovenskaya, BD Fath, M Yarime, S Kraines
Ecological Economics 90, 177-186, 2013
Vulnerability to shocks in the global seafood trade network
JA Gephart, E Rovenskaya, U Dieckmann, ML Pace, Å Brännström
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 035008, 2016
Is there a 1970s syndrome? Analyzing structural breaks in the metabolism of industrial economies
W Dominik, R Elena, H Willi, K Fridolin, P Irene, FK Marina
Energy Procedia 40, 182-191, 2013
Network structure impacts global commodity trade growth and resilience
A Kharrazi, E Rovenskaya, BD Fath
PloS one 12 (2), e0171184, 2017
Practice and perspectives in the validation of resource management models
S Eker, E Rovenskaya, M Obersteiner, S Langan
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-10, 2018
Exploring simple structural configurations for optimal network mutualism
G Lobanova, BD Fath, E Rovenskaya
Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 14 (4), 1461-1485, 2009
Organizing principles for vegetation dynamics
O Franklin, SP Harrison, R Dewar, CE Farrior, Å Brännström, ...
Nature plants 6 (5), 444-453, 2020
Green bonds, transition to a low-carbon economy, and intergenerational fairness: Evidence from an extended DICE model
S Orlov, E Rovenskaya, JM Puaschunder, W Semmler
Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy, and Intergenerational Fairness: Evidence …, 2017
Optimal economic growth under stochastic environmental impact: Sensitivity analysis
E Rovenskaya
Dynamic Systems, Economic Growth, and the Environment, 79-107, 2010
When does a disaster become a systemic event? Estimating indirect economic losses from natural disasters
S Poledna, S Hochrainer-Stigler, MG Miess, P Klimek, S Schmelzer, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1801.09740, 2018
Energy transitions and social revolutions
M Fischer-Kowalski, E Rovenskaya, F Krausmann, I Pallua, JR Mc Neill
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 138, 69-77, 2019
Three experiments: The exploration of unknown unknowns in foresight
L Ilmola, E Rovenskaya
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 106, 85-100, 2016
Optimal control for sustainable consumption of natural resources
T Manzoor, S Aseev, E Rovenskaya, A Muhammad
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 47 (3), 10725-10730, 2014
Model validation: A bibliometric analysis of the literature
S Eker, E Rovenskaya, S Langan, M Obersteiner
Environmental Modelling & Software 117, 43-54, 2019
Challenges and Opportunities of Economic Integration within a Wider European and Eurasian Space. Synthesis Report
E Vinokurov, P Balas, M Emerson, P Havlik, V Pereboev, E Rovenskaya, ...
Optimizing regional food and energy production under limited water availability through integrated modeling
J Gao, X Xu, G Cao, YM Ermoliev, TY Ermolieva, EA Rovenskaya
Sustainability 10 (6), 1689, 2018
Sensitivity and cost-benefit analyses of emission-constrained technological growth under uncertainty in natural emissions
E Rovenskaya
IR-05-051, 2005
Game-theoretic insights into the role of environmentalism and social-ecological relevance: A cognitive model of resource consumption
T Manzoor, E Rovenskaya, A Muhammad
Ecological modelling 340, 74-85, 2016
Towards harmonizing competing models: Russian forests' net primary production case study
A Kryazhimskiy, E Rovenskaya, A Shvidenko, M Gusti, ...
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 98, 245-254, 2015
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