Profile Page Dr. Adrian Rinscheid

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Name Adrian Rinscheid
Title Dr.
Institute/School IWOE - Institute for Economy and the Environment
Address IWÖ-HSG
Büro 52-5226
Müller-Friedberg-Strasse 6/8
9000 St. Gallen
Email address
Phone +41 71 224 2895
Main Focuses Vergleichende Politische Ökonomie, Energie- und Klimapolitik, Entscheidungsverhalten politischer Akteure

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  1. Project Rinscheid, Dr. Adrian; Wild, Heinrich-Jakob & Kern, Natalie (2019) The Political Economy of Coal Policy: Comparative Analyses of Stakeholder Strategies and Resource Industries' Embeddedness in the International Economy. [applied research project] Official URL .
  2. Item Rinscheid, Adrian; Pianta, Silvia & Weber, Elke U. (2020) What Shapes Public Support for Climate Change Mitigation Policies? The Role of Descriptive Social Norms and Elite Cues. Behavioural Public Policy, [img]
  3. Item Trencher, Gregory; Rinscheid, Adrian; Duygan, Mert; Truong, Nhi & Asuka, Jusen (2020) Revisiting carbon lock-in in energy systems: Explaining the perpetuation of coal power in Japan. Energy Research & Social Science, 69 (November). 101770. ISSN 2214-6296 [img]
  4. Item Tosun, Jale & Rinscheid, Adrian (2020) The Clean Energy Ministerial: Motivation for and policy consequences of membership. International Political Science Review, ISSN 0192-5121 [img]
  5. Item Rosenbloom, Daniel & Rinscheid, Adrian (2020) Deliberate decline: An emerging frontier for the study and practice of decarbonization. early view [img]
  6. Project Rinscheid, Dr. Adrian (2021) The politics of overcoming carbon lock-in: Managing decline and transition in the automotive industry .
  7. Item Rinscheid, Adrian (2020) Business Power in Noisy Politics: An Exploration Based on Discourse Network Analysis and Survey Data. Politics and Governance, 8 (2). 286-297. ISSN 2183–2463 [img]
  8. Item Rinscheid, Adrian; Eberlein, Burkard; Emmenegger, Patrick & Schneider, Volker (2020) Why Do Junctures Become Critical? Political Discourse, Agency, and Joint Belief Shifts in Comparative Perspective. Regulation & Governance, 14 (4). 653-673. ISSN 1748-5983
  9. Item Rinscheid, Adrian; Pianta, Silvia & Weber, Elke U. (2020) Fast track or Slo-Mo? Public support and temporal preferences for phasing out fossil fuel cars in the United States. Climate Policy, 20 (1). 30-45. [img]
  10. Item Rinscheid, Adrian; Pianta, Silvia & Weber, Elke U.: Citizens’ Proclivity to Procrastination: Exploring the Temporal Dimension of Climate Change Policy Preferences. 2019. - International Conference on Public Policy 4. - Montréal. [img]