Journal ArticlesBook Chapters
Published Working PapersSelected Conference Papers

Journal Articles

  1. Kiyar, D., Wittneben, B. Carbon as Investment Risk – The Influence of Fossil fuel Divestment on Decision Making at Germany's Main Power Providers”. Energies, 8: 9620–9639.
  2. Schüssler, E., Rüling, C.-C. and Wittneben, B. “Of Melting Summits: The Limitations of Field-configuring Events as Catalysts of Change in Transnational Climate Policy”. Academy of Management Journal, 57(1): 140–171.
  3. Wittneben, B., Okereke, C., Banerjee, B., and Levy, D. “Climate Change and the Emergence of New Organizational Landscapes”. Organization Studies, 33(11): 1431-1450.
  4. Kiyar, D. and Wittneben, B. “Nuclear Energy in the European Union After Fukushima: Political and Economic Considerations”. CESifo DICE Report, Journal for Institutional Comparisons, 10(3): 9-15, ifo Institute, University of Munich.
  5. Okereke, C., Wittneben, B. and Bowen, F. “Climate Change: Challenging Business, Transforming Politics”. Business & Society, 51(1): 7-30.
  6. Wittneben, B. “The Impact of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident on European Energy Policy”. Environmental Science & Policy, 15(2012): 1-3.
  7. Bowen, F. and Wittneben, B. “Carbon Accounting: Negotiating Accuracy, Consistency and Certainty across Organizational Fields”. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 24(8): 1022 – 1036.
  8. Whiteman, G., Dorsey, M. and Wittneben, B. “Business and Biodiversity: They Would Say That”. Nature, 466:435.
  9. Wittneben, B and Kiyar, D. “Climate Change Basics for Managers”. Management Decision, 47(7): 1122-1132.
  10. Wittneben, B. “Exxon is Right: Let’s Re-examine Our Choice for a Cap-and-Trade System over a Carbon Tax”. Energy Policy, 37, 2462-2464.
  11. Wittneben, B., Bongardt, D., Dalkmann, H., Sterk, W. and Baatz, C. “Integrating Sustainable Transport Measures into the Clean Development Mechanism”. Transport Reviews, 29(10): 91-113.
  12. Wittneben, B. “George Monbiot on Management and Climate Research”. Organization & Environment, 21: 76-81.
  13. Wittneben, B. “Book Review: Jerald Hage and Marius Meeus (editors) Innovation, Science and Institutional Change: A Research Handbook”. Organization Studies, 28(11): 1785-1789.
  14. Wittneben, B. “Institutional Change in the Transfer of Climate-Friendly Technology”. Business & Society, 46: 117-124.
  15. Sterk, W., Ott, H., Watanabe, R. and Wittneben, B. “The Nairobi Climate Change Summit (COP 12 – MOP 2): Taking a Deep Breath before Negotiating post-2012 Targets”. Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law, 4(2): 139-148.
  16. Sterk, W. and Wittneben, B. “Enhancing the Clean Development Mechanism through Sectoral Approaches: Definitions, Applications and Ways Forward”. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 6: 271-287.
  17. Wittneben, B., Sterk, W., Ott, H. and Brouns, B. “The Montreal Climate Summit: Starting the Kyoto Business and Preparing for post-2012”. Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law, 3(2): 90-100.
  18. Ott, H., Brouns, B., Sterk, W. and Wittneben, B. “It Takes Two To Tango – Climate Policy at COP 10 in Buenos Aires and Beyond”. Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law, 2(2): 84-91.

Book Chapters

  1. Schüßler, E., Rüling, C. and Wittneben, B. “Zum gesellschaftlichen Umgang mit dem Klimawandel. Kooperationen und Kollisionen” in Klimakonferenzen, edited by Besio and Gateano
  2. Loorbach, D. and Wittneben, B. “Science and Sustainability – A Transition Research Perspective” in Values in Sustainable Development, edited by J. Appleton. Routledge.
  3. Molisa, P. and Wittneben, B. “Sustainable Development, the Clean Development Mechanism and Business Accounting” in Economics and Management of Climate Change: Risks, Mitigation and Adaptation, edited by B. Hansjuergens and R. Antes. Berlin: Springer Verlag: 175-192.

Published Working Papers

  1. Wittneben, B. “The Clean Development Mechanism – Institutionalizing New Power Relations”. ERIM Report Series Research in Management.
  2. Dalkmann, H., Sterk, W., Bongardt, D., Wittneben, B. and Baatz, C. “The Sectoral Clean Development Mechanism – A Contribution from a Sustainable Transport Perspective”. JIKO Policy Paper 1/2007, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy.
  3. Sterk, W., Langrock, T. and Wittneben, B. “The Emerging Spot Market for Certified Emission Reductions”. JIKO Policy Paper, Wuppertal Institute.
  4. Wittneben, B., Haxeltine, A., Kjellen, B., Köhler J., Turnpenny, J. and Warren, R. “An Adequacy Framework for Assessing Post-2012 Climate Policy Architectures”. Tyndall Centre for Climate Research Working Paper 80.
  5. Sterk, W. and Wittneben, B. “Addressing Opportunities and Challenges of a Sectoral Approach to the Clean Development Mechanism”. JIKO Policy Paper, Wuppertal Institute.
  6. Wittneben, B. “Adaptation Measures Cited by a Selected Group of Non-Annex I Parties in their National Communication”. UNFCCC Interim Report.
  7. Wittneben, B. “Preliminary Analysis of CO2 Emissions and Indicators for Non-Annex I Parties”. UNFCCC Interim Report.
  8. Wittneben, B. “Combating Climate Change in Developing Countries: A Compilation of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Activities and Projects”. UNFCCC Internal Working Paper.
  9. Wittneben, B. “The Participation of Corporations in the Implementation of the Clean Development Mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol”. UNFCCC Internal Working Paper.

Selected Conference Papers

  1. Wittneben, B. and Kiyar, D. “From Coal Levy to Pay-the-Polluter Principle: Germany's Policy Innovation to Constrain Lignite Production”. International Conference on Fossil Fuel Supply and Climate Policy, Oxford, UK.
  2. Wittneben, B., Schüssler, E. and Rüling, C.-C. “Mechanisms of Field Configuration and Maintenance: Field Configuring Events and International Climate Change Policy”. Academy of Management, Organizations and Management Theory Track, Texas, USA.
  3. Wittneben, B., Sidhu, J. and Nijholt, J. “Entrepreneurial Stories, Legitimacy and Resources: the Role of Coherence and Story-Enactment”. Academy of Management, Organizations and Management Theory Track, Texas, USA.
  4. Wittneben, B. “Out of Thin Air: The Emergence of a Market Logic in Climate Change Policy”. European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  5. Wittneben, B., Utikal, H. and Auch, C. “Developing Corporate Change Strategy: the German Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry”. Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, Canada.
  6. Wittneben, B., Utikal, H. and Auch, C. “Klimawandel und Klimaschutzpolitik: Strategische Implikationen für die Chemie- und Pharmaindustrie”. Herbsttagung der Kommission Nachhaltigkeit im Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft, Dresden, Germany.
  7. Wittneben, B. and Schüssler, E. “How does a Climate Summit Influence Climate Policy? Assessing the Impact of the Conference of Parties in Real Time”. European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium, Barcelona, Spain.
  8. Wittneben, B. “Clean Development Mechanism in the Transport Sector – Experiences and Future Development”. European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE), Summer Study, France.
  9. Wittneben, B. and Voestermans, D. “Framing the Need to Innovate - The Case of the European Union Strategy on Biofuels”. European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium, Vienna, Austria.
  10. Wittneben, B. and Danezis, G. “The Economics of Mass Surveillance”. Workshop on the Economics of Information Security, University of Cambridge, UK.
  11. Wittneben, B. “Private Investments Move Ecopower (PRIME) – A Participatory Approach To Financing
Energy Efficiency Measures”. Improving Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings, Germany.
  12. Wittneben, B. “Perspectives on Institutional Entrepreneurship”. Symposium with other authors; Divisions: Business Policy & Strategy, Organization & Management Theory, Entrepreneurship, Academy of Management, New Orleans, USA.
  13. Wittneben, B. “The Clean Development Mechanism: Institutionalizing New Power Relations”. Organizations & The Natural Environment Track, Academy of Management, New Orleans, USA.
  14. Wittneben, B. “Making Decisions in the Creation Phase of Social Innovation”. Public & Nonprofit Track, Academy of Management, New Orleans, USA.
  15. Wittneben, B. “The Words that Pave the Path of Change – Towards a Dynamic Model of Institutional Change”. European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  16. Wittneben, B. “Empowering Institutional Theory: Illustrating Power Relations in the Climate Change Policy Arena”. European Group of Organization Studies Colloquium, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  17. Wittneben, B. “Committed to a Dream! Decision Making Processes at the Social Innovator HIV-Projekt Belize e.V.”. Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism, Cambridge, UK.