Articles de périodiques
Tilov, I., Farsi, M., & Volland, B. (2019). Interactions in Swiss households’ energy demand: A holistic approach. Energy Policy, 128, 136-149.
Volland, B. (2017). The role of risk and trust attitudes in explaining residential energy demand: Evidence from the United Kingdom. Ecological Economics, 132, 14-30.
Burger, P., Bezençon, V., Bornemann, B., Brosch, T., Carabias-Hütter, V., Farsi, M., Lena Hille, S., Moser, C., Ramseier, C., Samuel, R., Sander, D., Schmidt, S., Sohre, A., & Volland, B. (2015). Advances in understanding energy consumption behavior and the governance of its change – outline of an integrated framework. Frontiers in Energy Research, 3(29), X-X.
Volland, B. (2013). On the intergenerational transmission of preferences. Journal of Bioeconomics, 15, 217-249.
Working papers
Weber, S., Burger, P., Farsi, M., Martinez-Cruz, A. L., Puntiroli, M., Schubert, I., & Volland, B. (2017). Swiss Household Energy Demand Survey (SHEDS): Objectives, design, and implementation. Unpublished WP2 - 2017/04. SCCER CREST.
Tilov, I., Volland, B., & Farsi, M. (2017). Interactions in Swiss Households’ Energy Demand: A Holistic Approach. University of Neuchâtel.
Volland, B. (2016). Efficiency in Domestic Space Heating: An Estimation of the Direct Rebound Effect for Domestic Heating in the U.S.
Volland, B. (2013). Conscientious Consumers? Preferences, personality and expenditure in the UK.
Volland, B. (2012). The effects of income inequality on BMI and obesity: Evidence from the BRFSS.
Volland, B. (2012). The History of an Inferior Good: Beer Consumption in Germany.
Volland, B. (2010). Trust, Confidence and Economic Growth An Evaluation of the Beugelsdijk Hypothesis.
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