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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Department für Agrarökonomie

Publikationen

 

Books  |  Edited books and Special issues   |   Refereed journal articles  |  Refereed book chapters  |  Editorials  |  Other book chapters and journal contributions

 

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Books

  • Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke and Sabine Weiland: Sustainable Agricultural Policy as Reflexive Agricultural Policy, edition sigma, Berlin, 2008, 331 pages, ISBN 978-3-89404-556-2 [in German].
  • Kuhnert, Heike / Peter H. Feindt / Volker Beusmann: Expanding Organic Farming in Germany- Preconditions, Strategies, Implications, Political Options. Scientific Publication Series, Federal Ministry for Agriculture, Food and Consumer Protection, Series A: Applied Sciences, No. 509. Landwirtschaftsverlag: Münster-Hiltrup 2005, 395 pages, ISBN 3-7843-0509-1 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Governance by Discussion? Discourse and Bargaining Procedures in the Context of Theories of Democracy and Governance Debate, Peter Lang: Frankfurt a.M. et al. 2001, 826 pages, German, ISBN 3-631-37086-5 [in German].
  • Jürg Minsch / Peter H. Feindt / Hans-Peter Meister / Uwe Schneidewind / Tobias Schulz / Jochen Tscheulin: Institutional Reforms for Sustainability Policy, Study commissioned by the Enquiry Commission „Protection of Man and the Environment“ of the German Federal Parliament, Springer: Heidelberg / New York / Tokyo 1998, 445 pages, ISBN 3-540-64592-6 [in German].
  • Hans-Peter Meister / Peter H. Feindt / Jochen Tscheulin / Sonja Lehmann: Building Blocks for a Sustainable Germany. Discourse Project commissioned by the German Chemical Industry Association and the German Trade Union Chemical Industry – Paper – Ceramics, Gabler: Wiesbaden 1997, 323 pages, German, ISBN 3-409-18956-4 [in German].
  • Wolfgang Gessenharter / Markus Birzer / Peter H. Feindt / Helmut Fröchling / Ulla M. Geissmann: Living Together with Migrants. An Empirical Study, Markus Birzer Publisher: Hamburg 1994, 200 Pages [in German].

 

Edited books and Special issues

  • Transforming Public Policies: Post-exceptionalism in Food and Agricultural Policy, Special Issue, guest editors: Carsten Daugbjerg and Peter H. Feindt, Journal of European Public Policy, 24/11 (2017).
  • Greening Leviathan? The Rise of the Environmental State. Special issue, guest editors: Andreas Duit, Peter H. Feindt and James Meadowcroft, Environmental Politics 25,1 (2016).
  • Reflexive Governance. Special Issue for the Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, all papers published online first, print version planned for 2017, guest editor with Sabine Weiland. Sustainable Mobility. Special issue. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 3, 2014, guest editors: Gerald Berger, Peter H. Feindt, Erling Hansen and Frieder Rubik.
  • The Great Recession – A Transformative Moment for Planning. Special Issue, International Planning Studies, 14, 3 (August 2010), guest editor Peter H. Feindt. Greening the Countryside? Changing Frameworks of Agricultural Policy. Symposium, Public Administration 88, 2 (June 2010), edited by Peter H. Feindt and Hillka Vihinen, with Philip Lowe and Lutz Laschewski.
  • Environmental and Technology Conflicts, ed. by Peter H. Feindt and Thomas Saretzki, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften: Wiesbaden, 2010, 374 pages, ISBN 978-3-531-17497-6 [in German].
  • Agricultural Policy in the 21st Century. Conflicts, Perceptions and Conceptual Demand, Loccumer Protokolle 30/07, ed. by Peter H. Feindt und Joachim Lange, Loccum: Protestant Academy Loccum 2007, 327 pages, ISBN 978-3-8172-3007-5 [in German].
  • Politics and the Environment, Politische Vierteljahresschrift – Special Issue 39/2007, ed. by Klaus Jacob, Per Olof Busch, Peter H. Feindt and Frank Biermann, VS Verlag: Wiesbaden, 2007, 564 pages, German, ISSN 0032-3470, ISBN 978-3-531-14889-2 [in German].
  • Models of Man and Behavior in Scientific Policy Advice. Opportunities and Limits of Interdisciplinary Dialogue, ed. by Martin Führ, Kilian Bizer and Peter H. Feindt, Nomos: Baden-Baden, 2007, 216 pages, German, ISBN 978-3-8329-2563-5 [in German]. Does Discourse Matter? Discourse, Power and Institutions in the Sustainability Transition, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, Vol. 7, No. 3, September 2005, Special Issue, guest edited by Peter H. Feindt and Angela Oels, ISSN 1523-908x(2005)7:3;1-0.
  • Participation, Public Involvement, Sustainability. Perspectives of Political Economy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt and Jens Newig, Metropolis Verlag: Marburg, 2005, 319 pages, German, ISBN 3-89518-517-5 [in German]. City – Space – Nature. The Metropolis as Politically Constructed Space, ed. by Martin Döring, Gunter Engelhardt, Peter H. Feindt und Jürgen Oßenbrügge, Hamburg University Press: Hamburg, 2003, 211 pages, German, ISBN 3-9808223-2-X [in German].
  • Sustainability Indicators and Participation, ed. by Susanne Wittek, Peter H. Feindt, Wolfgang Gessenharter, Jutta Hoppe, Eberhard K. Seifert and Heinz Spilker, Hamburg University Press: Hamburg 2002, 141 pages, German, ISBN 3-808223-0-3 [in German].
  • Sustainable Urban Development, ed. by Markus Birzer, Peter H. Feindt and Edmund A. Spindler, Economica: Bonn 1997, 180 pages, German, ISBN 3-87081-246-X [in German].
  • Conflict Resolution in the Open Civil Society, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Wolfgang Gessenharter, Markus Birzer and Helmut Fröchling, Forum for Interdisziplinary Research, Vol. 17, Röll: Dettelbach 1996, 261 pages, German, ISSN 0933-6960, ISBN 3-927522-81-3 [in German].
  • Complex Adaptive Systems, ed. by Stefan Bornholdt and Peter H. Feindt, Forum for Interdisziplinary Research, Vol. 15, Röll: Dettelbach 1996, 238 pages, German, ISSN 0933-6960, ISBN 3-927522-78-3 [in German].

 

Refereed journal articles

 

  • Peter H. Feindt / Sabine Weiland: Reflexive Governance: Exploring the concept and assessing its critical potential for sustainable development. Introduction to the Special Issue, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 20, 6 (2018), 661-674, DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2018.1532562, in production.
  • Jacqueline M. Bos / Bernice Bovenkerk / Peter H. Feindt / Ynte van Dam: Does Precision Livestock Farming turn animals into objects? Food Ethics, accepted in October 2018.
  • Katarzyna Cieslik / Art Dewulf / Peter H. Feindt / Cees Leeuwis / Rico Lie / Paul Struik /  Margit van Wessel / Saskia Werners: Addressing Socio-Ecological Development Challenges in the Digital Age: Theoretical Framework for Environmental Virtual Observatories For Connective Action, NJAS, June 2018, DOI: 10.1016/j.njas.2018.07.006
  • Domina Asingizwe / Marijn P Poortvliet / Constantianus J Koenraadt / Arnold J Van Vliet / Marilyn M Murindahabi / Chantal Ingabire / Leon Mutesa / Peter H. Feindt (2018): Applying citizen science for malaria prevention in Rwanda: an integrated conceptual framework, NJAS, DOI: 10.1016/j.njas.2018.06.002.
  • Peter H. Feindt / Christine Krämer / Andrea Früh-Müller / Volkmar Wolters / Claudia Pahl-Wostl / Alois Heißenhuber / Caroline van Bers / Fabian Thomas / Kai Purnhagen (2018): Der Status Quo ist keine Option – Vorschlag für eine zukunftsfähige Architektur der Agrarpolitik, Natur und Landschaft, 6/2018, DOI: 10.17433/6.2018.50153589.280-285.
  • Vicki Stone / Martin Führ / Peter H. Feindt / Hans Bouwmeester / Stefania Sabella / Finbarr Murphy / Kilian Bizer / Lang Tran / Marlene Ågerstrand / Carlos Fito / Torben Andersen / Diana Anderson / Enrico Bergamaschi / John W. Cherrie / Sue Cowan / Jean-Francois Dalemcourt / Michael Faure / Silke Gabbert / Agnieszka Gajewicz / Igor Linkov / Teresa F. Fernandes / Danail Hristozov / Helinor J. Johnston / Terry C. Lansdown / Stefan Linder / Hans J.P. Marvin / Martin Mullins / Kai Purnhagen / Tomasz Puzyn / Araceli Sanchez Jimenez / Janeck J. Scott-Fordsmand / George Streftaris / Martie van Tongeren / Nicolas H. Voelcker / George Voyiatzis / Spyros N. Yannopoulos / P. Marijn Poortvliet (2018): The Essential Elements of a Risk Governance Framework for Current and Future Nanotechnologies, Risk Analysis: An International Journal, DOI: 10.1111/risa.12954.
  • Jacqueline M. Bos / Henk van den Belt / Peter H. Feindt (2018): Animal Welfare, Consumer Welfare, and Competition Law: The Dutch debate on the Chicken of Tomorrow, Animal Frontiers, Volume 8, Issue 1, 11 (April 2018), pp. 20–26, DOI: 10.1093/af/vfx001.
  • Kai Purnhagen / Peter H. Feindt (2017): Principles-based Regulation: Blueprint for a “New Approach” for the Internal Agricultural Market, European Law Review 42, 722-736.
  • Carsten Daugbjerg / Peter H. Feindt (2017): Transforming Public Policies: Post-exceptionalism in Food and Agricultural Policy, Introduction to the Special Issue, Journal of European Public Policy, 24/11, 1-20, DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2017.1334081.
  • Ge, L. / Anten, N.P.R. / van Dixhoorn, I. / Feindt, P.H. / Kramer, K. / Leemans, R. / Meuwissen, M.P.M. / Spoolder, H. / Sukkel, W. (2016): Why we need resilience thinking to meet societal challenges in bio-based production systems, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 23:17-27, DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2016.11.009.
  • Andreas Duit / Peter H. Feindt / James Meadowcroft: Greening Leviathan: the rise of the environmental state? Environmental Politics, 25/1 (2016), 1-23. DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2015.1085218
  • Andrew Flynn / Li Yu / Peter Feindt/ Chun Chen: Eco-cities, governance and sustainable lifestyles: The case of the Sino-Singapore Tianjin. Habitat International, 53 (2016), 78-86. DOI: 10.1016/j.habitatint.2015.11.004.
  • Kai Purnhagen / Peter H. Feindt: Better Regulatory Impact Assessment: Making Behavioural Insights Work for the Commission’s New Better Regulation Strategy, European Journal of Risk Regulation 6 (2015), pp. 361-368, available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=2660825.
  • Gerald Berger / Peter H. Feindt / Erling Hansen / Frieder Rubik: Sustainable Mobility – Challenges for a Complex Transition, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 16/4, pp. 303-320, DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2014.954077.
  • Peter H. Feindt: The politics of biopatents in food and agriculture, 1950-2010: value conflict, competing paradigms and contested institutionalisation in multi-level governance, in: Policy and Society, 4/2012, pp. 281-293.
  • Peter H. Feindt / Daniela Kleinschmit: The BSE Crisis in German Newspapers: The Framing of Responsibility, in: Science as Culture 20, 2 (June 2011, Special Issue on “Framing, Risk and Uncertainty in Food Crisis”, guest edited by Maarten Hajer and Anne Loeber), pp. 183-208, DOI: 10.1080/09505431.2011.563569.
  • Peter H. Feindt: Policy-learning and Environmental Policy Integration in the Common Agricultural Policy, 1973-2003, Public Administration 88, 2 (June 2010), pp. 296-314, DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9299.2010.01833.x.
  • Philip Lowe / Peter H. Feindt / Lutz Laschewski / Hilkka Vihinen: Greening Agriculture and the Countryside? Changing Frameworks of Agricultural Policy, Public Administration 88, 2 (June 2010), pp. 287-295, DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9299.2010.01835.x.
  • Peter H. Feindt / Daniela Kleinschmit: Communicative Behaviour and Images of Political Actors in the Media. The Example of Agriculture Policy, in: PVS-Sonderheft 44: Politik als Beruf, edited by Michael Edinger und Werner Patzelt, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 2010, pp. 396-415 [in German].
  • Peter Feindt / Richard Cowell: The Recession, Environmental Policy and Ecological Modernization – What’s New about the Green New Deal? International Planning Studies, 14, 3 (August 2010), pp. 191-211, DOI: 10.1080/13563475.2010.509474.
  • Peter H. Feindt: The Great Recession – A Transformative Moment for Planning. Introduction to the Special Issue, International Planning Studies, 14, 3 (August 2010), pp. 169-174, DOI: 10.1080/13563475.2010.512177.
  • Peter H. Feindt / Terry Marsden: The food crisis – regime change, systemic transition and governance in the agri-food system, Sociologica Ruralis, under review. Peter H. Feindt / Andrew Flynn: Policy stretching and institutional layering: British food policy between security, safety, quality, health and climate change, British Politics 4, 3 (September 2009), pp. 386-414, DOI: 10.1057/bp.2009.13.
  • Peter H. Feindt: Environmental Integration in the Common Agricultural Policy, Institutional Frameworks and Policy-Learning in a Multi-Level System, in: Politics and the Environment, Special Issue 2/2006 of the Politische Vierteljahresschrift, ed. by Klaus Jacob, Per Olof Busch, Peter H. Feindt and Frank Biermann, VS Verlag: Wiesbaden, German, pp. 382-405 [in German].
  • Klaus Jacob / Peter H. Feindt / Per-Olof Busch / Frank Biermann: Introduction: Politics and the Environment – Modernisation of Political Systems and Challenges for Political Science, in: Politics and the Environment, Special Issue 2/2006 of the Politische Vierteljahresschrift, ed. by Klaus Jacob, Per Olof Busch, Peter H. Feindt and Frank Biermann, VS Verlag: Wiesbaden, pp. 11-37 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Harmonization, Problem Pressure, Communication. Convergence in Agricultural Policies of OECD Countries, 1986-2004, in: Transfer, Diffusion and Convergence of Policies, Special Issue 38/2007 of the Politische Vierteljahresschrift, ed. by Katharina Holzinger, Helge Jörgens and Christoph Knill, VS Verlag: Wiesbaden, pp. 496-521, [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Angela Oels: Does Discourse Matter? Discourse Analysis in Environmental Policy Making, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, Vol. 7, No. 3, September 2005, pp. 1-13, DOI: 10.1080/15239080500339638. Peter H. Feindt: The Social Dimension of Sustainability and the Concept of Social Capital, in: Zeitschrift für angewandte Umweltforschung (ZAU), Vol. 13 (2001), No. 3/4, S. 435-445 [in German].
  • Schneidewind, Uwe / Peter H. Feindt / Meister, Hans-Peter / Minsch, Jürg / Schulz, Tobias / Tscheulin, Jochen: Institutional Reforms for Sustainability Politics: From What to How in the Sustainability Debate, in: GAIA. Ecological Perspectives in Science, Humanities, and Economics, Nomos: Baden-Baden, vol. 6, no. 3. (December 1997), pp. 182-196 [in German].

 

Refereed book chapters

  • Peter H. Feindt: Agricultural Policy, in: Heinelt, Hubert/ Münch, Sybille (eds.): Handbook of European Policy: Formulation, Development and Evaluation. Handbooks of Research in Public Policy, series editor Frank Fischer, London: Edward Elgar, 2017. (ISBN 978 1 78471 935 7).
  • Peter H. Feindt: Reflexive Governance and Multilevel Decision Making in Agricultural Policy: Conceptual Reflections and Empirical Evidence, in: Eric Brousseau, Tom Dedeurwaerdere, Bernd Siebenhüner (eds.): Reflexive Governance for Global Public Goods, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. and London, 2012, pp. 159-178.
  • Peter H. Feindt: Agricultural Policy, in: Hubert Heinelt & Michèle Knodt (eds.): Policies within the EU Multi-Level System. Instruments und Strategies of European Governance, Nomos: Baden-Baden, 2011, pp. 205-230.
  • Peter H. Feindt and Alan Netherwood: Making sense of climate change. Notes on interpretive policy analysis and discourse analysis in sustainability research, in: Paul Blyton and Alex Franklin (eds): Researching Sustainability: A guide to social science methods and practice, Earthscan, London, 2011, pp. 159-174.
  • Peter H. Feindt / Manuel Gottschick / Tanja Mölders / Franziska Müller / Rainer Sodtke / Sabine Weiland: Introduction: From „Agricultural Turnaround“ to „Reflexive Agricultural Policy“, in: Sustainable Agricultural Policy as Reflexive Agricultural Policy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke and Sabine Weiland, edition sigma: Berlin 2008, pp. 9-24 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Social-Ecological Development Problems of Agriculture and Agricultural Policy, in: Sustainable Agricultural Policy as Reflexive Agricultural Policy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke and Sabine Weiland, edition sigma: Berlin 2008, pp. 25-40 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Sustainability, Reflexivity and Tasks of Understanding: Conceptional Considerations, in: Sustainable Agricultural Policy as Reflexive Agricultural Policy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke and Sabine Weiland, edition sigma: Berlin 2008, pp. 41-66 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Agricultural Policy Between Path Dependence and Paradigm Shift: The Role of Institutions and Political Process in the Common Agricultural Policy, in: Sustainable Agricultural Policy as Reflexive Agricultural Policy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke and Sabine Weiland, edition sigma: Berlin 2008, pp. 67-93 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Problems and Challenges for Agriculture in the Perception of Agricultural Policy-Makers in Germany: Issues und Paradigms, in: Sustainable Agricultural Policy as Reflexive Agricultural Policy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke and Sabine Weiland, edition sigma: Berlin 2008, pp. 95-113 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Franziska Müller: Frames in the WTO Discourse. Findings from Interviews with Policy Actors at the WTO Ministerial Conferences at Cancún and Hong Kong, in: Sustainable Agricultural Policy as Reflexive Agricultural Policy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke and Sabine Weiland, edition sigma: Berlin 2008, pp. 229-254 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke und Sabine Weiland: Sustainable Agriculture as Contested Discursive Field: Concepts of Nature and Models of Societal Order in Agricultural Policy Paradigms, in: Sustainable Agricultural Policy as Reflexive Agricultural Policy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Manuel Gottschick, Tanja Mölders, Franziska Müller, Rainer Sodtke and Sabine Weiland, pp. 277-302 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Bernhard Freyer / Cordula Kropp / Jost Wagner: New Forms of Dialogue Between Science and Politics in the Agricultural Sector: Where Are They Needed and How Should They Look Like?, in: Cordula Kropp / Frank Schiller / Jost Wagner (eds.): Die Future of Science Communication. Perspectives for a Reflexive Dialogue Between Science an Politics – the Example of the Agricultural Sector, edition sigma: Berlin 2007, pp. 241-266 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Sustainability Politics and Functional Differentiation, in: Karl-Werner Brand (ed.): Preconditions for Sustainability Politics, Berlin: edition sigma, pp. 161-178 [in German].

 

Editorials

  • Peter H. Feindt, Geraint Ellis, Carsten Daugbjerg, Andrea K. Gerlak: Editorial 19.2, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 19,2 (2017), 113-114, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2017.1341690.
  • Geraint Ellis, Peter H. Feindt, Andrea K. Gerlak, Carsten Daugbjerg: Editorial 18.4, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 18,4 (2016), 403-405, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2016.1204751.
  • Carsten Daugbjerg, Geraint Ellis, Peter Feindt, Alex Franklin, Andrea Collins: Editorial 17.1, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 17,1 (2015), 1-2, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2015.988912.
  • Carsten Daugbjerg, Geraint Ellis, Peter H. Feindt, Alex Franklin: Editorial for JEPP 17.2, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 17,2 (2015), 161-162, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2015.1016261.
  • Feindt, Peter H., Daugbjerg, Carsten, Ellis, Geraint: Introduction, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 18,3 (2016), 259-260. doi: 10.1080/1523908X.2016.1186783.
  • Carsten Daugbjerg, Geraint Ellis, Peter H. Feindt: Editorial, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 18,1 (2016), 1-3, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2016.1129734.
  • Carsten Daugbjerg, Geraint Ellis, Peter Feindt, Alex Franklin: Editorial, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 17,3 (2015), 307-308, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2015.1033830.
  • Carsten Daugbjerg, Geraint Ellis, Peter H. Feindt: Editoria, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 17,5 (2015), 535-537,http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2015.1101883.
  • Geraint Ellis, Peter H. Feindt, Alex Franklin: JEPP Editorial 16.1, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 16,1 (2014), 1-3, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2014.887247.
  • Geraint Ellis, Peter H. Feindt, Andrew Flynn, Alex Franklin: Editorial, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 15,1 (2013), 1-2, doi: 10.1080/1523908x.2013.774525.

 

Other book chapters and journal contributions

  • Geraint Ellis, Peter H. Feindt, Andrew Flynn, Alex Franklin: Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, Editors' Bulletin, 9:3 (2013), 47-51, DOI: 10.1080/17521742.2013.854998.
  • Gabriele Dürbeck / Peter H. Feindt: ’The Swarm’ and networks in multi-scalar space: Environmental discourses and concepts of nature in Schätzing’s Eco-thriller ['Der Schwarm' und das Netzwerk im multiskalaren Raum: Umweltdiskurse und Naturkonzepte in Schätzings Ökothriller]. In: Heinrich Detering/Bernd Herrmann (Hg.): Ökologische Transformationen und literarische Repräsentationen. Univer­si­tätsverlag Göttingen: Göttingen, 2010, pp. 213-230, available at: http://www.anthro.unigoettingen.de/gk, [in German], ISBN: 978-3-941875-86-9.
  • Peter H. Feindt: Cleavages in Agricultural Policy in the early 21st century, in: Mayke Kayser, Justus Böhm, Achim Spiller (eds.): Die Ernährungswirtschaft in der Öffentlichkeit. Social Media als neue Herausforderung der PR, Cuvillier Verlag: Göttingen 2010, pp. 253-290 [in German], ISBN 978-3-86955-584-3.
  • Peter H. Feindt: Do Biopatents threaten (Agro-)Biodiversity? Loccumer Protokolle, „Wem gehört das Schwein? Patente auf Lebewesen?“, Evangelische Akademie Loccum, 2010, pp. 103-116 [in German], ISBN 978-3-8172-3110-2.
  • Peter H. Feindt: Environmental and technology conflicts in Germany at the beginning of the 21st century – review and perspectives, in: Environmental and Technology Conflicts, ed. by Peter H. Feindt and Thomas Saretzki, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften: Wiesbaden, 2010, pp. 9-29 [in German], ISBN 978-3-531-17497-6.
  • Peter H. Feindt: Political Aspects of Biopatenting, in: Schriftenreihe der Rentenbank 25 (2009), pp. 7-48 [in German], ISSN 1868-5854. Peter H. Feindt: Interest Mediation in German and European Agricultural Policy under Change, in: Britta Rehder / Ulrich Wilms / Thomas von Winter (ed.): Interest Mediation in Policy Fields under Change. Findings from Associations and Policy Research in Comparison, VS Verlag: Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 68-89 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Agricultural Policy, in: Hubert Heinelt / Michèle Knodt (ed.): Policy Fields in the EU Multi-Level System, Instruments and Strategies of European Governance, Nomos: Baden-Baden, 2008, pp. 191-212 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Daniela Kleinschmit / Susanne Stirn: The mediated conflict over GMOs and agriculture. Speakers and frames in German quality newspapers, May 2003 – April 2004, in: Friederike Albersmeier / Justus Böhm / Achim Spiller (Hrsg.): Public’s spotlight on the Food Industry, Joseph Eul Verlag: Göttingen 2009, pp. 153-181 [in German], ISBN 978-3-89936-819-2.
  • Peter H. Feindt: Agricultural Policy with a Perspective on 2020 – Preconditions and Tasks for a Sustainability Oriented Agricultural Policy, in: Peter Markus (Hrsg.): Agriculture in 2020, Iserlohn: Institut Kirche und Gesellschaft, 2007, pp. 67-78 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: From “agricultural turnaround” to reflexive agriculture policy: Sustainable agriculture and the BSE crisis, in: Ökologisches Wirtschaften, 3/2007, pp. 35-38 [in German]. Peter H. Feindt: Agricultural Policy in the 21st Century – Conflicts, Perceptions and Conceptual Demand, in: Agricultural Policy in the 21st Century. Conflicts, Perceptions and Conceptual Demand, Loccumer Protokolle 30/07, ed. by Peter H. Feindt und Joachim Lange, Loccum: Protestant Academy Loccum, pp. 13-26 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Struggle about directions – the dynamics of CAP reform 1980-2015, in: Agricultural Policy in the 21st Century. Conflicts, Perceptions and Conceptual Demand, Loccumer Protokolle 30/07, ed. by Peter H. Feindt und Joachim Lange, Loccum: Protestant Academy Loccum, pp. 63-75 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Franziska Müller: Acting or Reacting? CAP reform and WTO negotiations, in: Agricultural Policy in the 21st Century. Conflicts, Perceptions and Conceptual Demand, Loccumer Protokolle 30/07, ed. by Peter H. Feindt und Joachim Lange, Loccum: Protestant Academy Loccum, pp. 91-104 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: From Homo Oeconomicus to Exited Moral Actor to Institutionally Supported Man of Responsibility – Models of Man und Behavior of the ‘Agricultural Turnaround’, in: Models of Man and Behavior in Scientific Policy Advice. Opportunities and Limits of Interdisciplinary Dialogue, ed. by Martin Führ, Kilian Bizer and Peter H. Feindt Nomos: Baden-Baden 2007, pp. 104-119 [in German].
  • Martin Führ / Peter H. Feindt / Kilian Bizer: Political Decision-Making: How Can Science Contribute?, in: Models of Man and Behavior in Scientific Policy Advice. Opportunities and Limits of Interdisciplinary Dialogue, ed. by Martin Führ, Kilian Bizer and Peter H. Feindt, Nomos: Baden-Baden 2007, pp. 9-36 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Daniela Kleinschmit: Mediatization of Agricultural Policy? The Role of the Media in the German BSE Crisis, in: Sigrid Koch-Baumgarten / Lutz Mez (eds.): Media und Politics – New Power Constellations in Selected Policy Fields. Peter Lang: Frankfurt a.M. et al. 2007, pp. 121-142 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt and Jens Newig: Political Economy of Participation and Public Involvement in the Context of Sustainable Development. Problems and Research Perspectives, in: Participation, Public Involvement, Sustainability. Perspectives of Political Economy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt and Jens Newig, Metropolis Verlag: Marburg 2005, pp. 9-40 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Daniela Kleinschmit: Media Public and Participation. Political Actors in Newspaper Coverage of BSE, 2000/2001, in: Participation, Public Involvement, Sustainability. Perspectives of Political Economy, ed. by Peter H. Feindt and Jens Newig, Metropolis Verlag: Marburg 2005, pp. 131-156 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Engine of Democratisation or Exclusion? On the Role and Formation of Social Capital in Policy Networks, in: Ansgar Klein / Kristine Kern / Brigitte Geißel / Maria Berger (eds.): Civil Society, Democracy and Social Capital. Challenges for Political and Social Integration, Opladen, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, Wiesbaden 2004, pp. 169-186 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Daniela Kleinschmit: Problem Causers, Victims and Helpers. BSE and Agricultural Policy in German Newspapers, in: Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, Vol. 15 (2004), No. 3 (September), pp. 93-98 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Genetic Engineering and Biomedicine under Ethical Deliberation: Conditions for Success, Methods and Results of Dialogue, in: Wolfgang Beer / Peter Markus / Katrin Platzer (ed.): “Let’ Talk About Technology”. The Bioethical and Biopolitical Discourse in Germany, Wochenschau Verlag, Schwalbach/Ts 2004, pp. 192-210 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Design Criteria and Performance Requirements for Discursive Procedures, in: Astrid Ley / Ludwig Weitz (eds.): Practical Citizen Involvement. A Methodological Handbook, Verlag Stiftung Mitarbeit / Agenda Transfer, Bonn 2004, pp. 291-299 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: “Metropolitan Region Hamburg“ – Remarks on the Political Construction of Space, in: Martin Döring / Gunter Engelhardt / Peter H. Feindt / Jürgen Oßenbrügge (eds.): City – Space – Nature. The Metropolis as Politically Constructed Space, Hamburg University Press, Hamburg 2003, pp. 38-50 [in German].
  • Heike Kuhnert / Peter H. Feindt / Stephan Wragge / Volker Beusmann: Demand for Organic Food – Changes After BSE? in: Stiftung Ökologie und Landbau (ed.): Yearbook Organic Farming 2003, pp. 29-32 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Dialogue Between Science and the Public – Remarks on Opportunities and Limits, in: Project Man – Digitalised and Decoded, ed. by Protestant Academy Iserlohn in the Institute Church and Society, Iserlohn 2003, pp. 67-81 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Everybody Against Nobody. The Development of Environmental and Sustainability Discourse in Germany, in: Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, Vol. 13 (2002), No. 4, pp. 20-28 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Participatory Sustainability Strategies – Conceptual Considerations on the Importance of Arguing and Bargaining for the Mediation of Subjective Motivations and Objective Restrictions, in: Müller, Klaus / Dosch, Axel / Mohrbach, Elke / Aenis, Thomas / Baranek, Elke / Boeckmann, Tina / Siebert, Rosemarie / Toussaint, Verena (eds.): Science and Practice of Land Use – Forms of Internal und External Research Cooperation. Margraf: Weikersheim 2002, pp. 221-230 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Participatory Development of Sustainability Indicators – Model and Work Programme, in: Sustainability Indicators and Participation, ed. by Susanne Wittek, Peter H. Feindt, Wolfgang Gessenharter, Jutta Hoppe, Eberhard K. Seifert and Heinz Spilker, Hamburg University Press: Hamburg 2002, pp. 91-113 [in German].
  • Volker Beusmann / Peter H. Feindt: Divided Visions. The Future of Food and Agriculture in the Mirror of Nitrofen Discourse and GMO Debate, in: Consumer Protection and Consumer Information, Schriftenreihe der Agrar- und Ernährungswissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Kiel, Heft 97 (2002), pp. 38-59 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Civil Society as Procedure – Inner City Planning and Local Drug Policy in the Mode of Cooperative Conflict Resolution, in: Michael Haus (ed.): Civil Society, Social Capital and Local Politics, Leske + Budrich: Opladen 2002, pp. 188-208 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: New Participatory Models in a Metropolis, in: Hans-Peter Bull (ed.): Five Years of Direct Democracy in Hamburg, Hamburg: Landeszentrale für politische Bildung, Hamburg 2001, pp. 52-64 [in German]. Peter H. Feindt: New Forms of Political Participation, in: Ansgar Klein / Ruud Koopmans / Heiko Geiling (ed.): Political Participation und Protest Mobilization in the Age of Globalization, Opladen: Leske + Budrich, pp. 255-274; reprint in: The Citizen Society. Perspectives for Citizen Participation and Citizen Communication, ed. for the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation by Thomas Meyer and Reinhard Weil, Verlag J.H.W. Dietz Nachf.: Bonn 2002, pp. 435-457 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Andrea Weber / Jürgen Wüst 2000: Problems of Structuration in Local and Regional Agenda 21 Processes, in: Heinelt, Hubert / Mühlich, Eberhard (eds.): Local “Agenda 21”-Processes, Series “Cities and Regions in Europe”, Vol. 7, Leske+Budrich: Opladen, pp. 217-240 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Jochen Tscheulin: Local Agenda as Interpretive and Process Innovation, in: Institute for Organisational Communication / Centre for Communal Cooperation, (eds.): Agenda - What Does That Mean? Verlag Josef H. Röll: Dettelbach 1999, pp. 247-257 [in German].
  • Jochen Tscheulin / Peter H. Feindt / Hans-Peter Meister / Jürg Minsch / Uwe Schneidewind: Institutional Reforms for Learning Processes Towards Sustainable Development, in: Andreas Renner / Friedrich Hinterberger (ed.): Sustainability und Neoliberalism. On the Compatibility of Environmental Protection and Competitive Economy, Nomos: Baden-Baden 1998, pp. 381-395 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Communal Democracy in Environmental Policy – New Participatory Models, in: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschehen. Beilage zur Wochenzeitung Das Parlament, B 27/97, pp. 39-46 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Sustainability, Urbanism and Participation, in: Markus Birzer / Peter H. Feindt / Edmund A. Spindler (Hrsg.): Sustainable Urban Development, Economica: Bonn 1997, pp. 38-47 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Markus Birzer: Man – Environment – Science. Results of the Working Groups, in: Barbara Köstner / Markus Vogt (ed.): Man und Environment. A Complex Relationship as Interdisciplinary Challenge, Forum for Interdisciplinary Research No. 16, Röll: Dettelbach 1996, pp. 161-175 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: Rationality Through Participation? The Multi-Step Dialogical Procedure as Response to Societal Differentiation, in: Conflict Resolution in the Open Civil Society, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Wolfgang Gessenharter, Markus Birzer and Helmut Fröchling, Röll: Dettelbach 1996, pp. 169-189 [in German].
  • Markus Birzer / Peter H. Feindt / Wolfgang Gessenharter: Why New Models of Conflict Resolution?, in: Conflict Resolution in the Open Civil Society, ed. by Peter H. Feindt, Wolfgang Gessenharter, Markus Birzer and Helmut Fröchling, Röll: Dettelbach 1996, pp. 13-35 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Tilman Rückert / Stefan Bornholdt: Drug Crime as Complex Adaptive System. An Interdisciplinary Computer Simulation, in: Complex Adaptive Systems, ed. by Stefan Bornholdt and Peter H. Feindt, pp. 199-237 [in German]. Peter H. Feindt / Stefan Bornholdt: Complex Adaptive Systems – New Perspectives in the Natural and Social Sciences?, in: Complex Adaptive Systems, ed. by Stefan Bornholdt and Peter H. Feindt, pp. 9-36 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt / Helmut Fröchling: Open Civil Society or Heterogeneity, Not Homogeneity in the Political Centre, in: Vierteljahresschrift für Sicherheit und Frieden (S+F), Jg. 12 (1994), Nr. 4, pp. 148-153 [in German].
  • Peter H. Feindt: The Dialogical Method – Conflict Resolution Through Recognition, in: Viertel­jahresschrift für Sicherheit und Frieden (S+F), Jg. 12 (1994), Nr. 4, pp. 158-163 [in German]. Peter H. Feindt / Helmut Fröchling / Wolfgang Gessenharter: The Chances of the Federal Republic as an „Open Civil Society“, in: Wolfgang Gessenharter: Is the Republic Toppling? The New Right and its Support by Politicians and the Media, Knaur: München 1994, pp. 255-284 [in German].

 

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