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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Can Global Sensitivity Analysis Steer the Implementation of Models for Environmental Assessments and Decision-Making?TARANTOLA Stefano; GIGLIOLI N.; JESINGHAUS Jochen; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2006EU-UN Cooperation for Sustainable DevelopmentJESINGHAUS JOCHENArticles in books
2011Indicators for European Union Policies. Business as usual?SALTELLI Andrea; D'HOMBRES Beatrice; JESINGHAUS Jochen; MANCA ANNA RITA; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; NARDO Michela; SAISANA MichaelaArticles in Journals
2010Indicators for Lisbon post-2010 - business as usual?SALTELLI Andrea; NARDO Michela; MANCA ANNA RITA; JESINGHAUS Jochen; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; SAISANA MichaelaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Indicators to Assess Sustainability of Transport Activities - Part 2: Measurement and Evaluation of Transport Sustainability Performance in the EU27DOBRANSKYTE-NISKOTA Agne; PERUJO MATEOS DEL PARQUE Adolfo; JESINGHAUS Jochen; JENSEN PederEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009MDG Dashboard of SustainabilityJESINGHAUS JochenContributions to Conferences
2012Measuring European Environmental Policy PerformanceJESINGHAUS JochenArticles in Journals
2011Monitoring conflict risk: The contribution of globally used indicator systemsJESINGHAUS JochenArticles in books
2009Well-being storiesSALTELLI Andrea; JESINGHAUS Jochen; MUNDA GiuseppeContributions to Conferences
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