|A framework for mapping and comparing behavioural theories in models of social-ecological systems|
M Schlüter, A Baeza, G Dressler, K Frank, J Groeneveld, W Jager, ...
Ecological Economics 131, 21-35, 2017
|An empirical model of the Baltic Sea reveals the importance of social dynamics for ecological regime shifts|
SJ Lade, S Niiranen, J Hentati-Sundberg, T Blenckner, WJ Boonstra, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (35), 11120-11125, 2015
|Uncovering the political dimension of social-ecological systems: Contributions from policy process frameworks|
K Orach, M Schlüter
Global Environmental Change 40, 13-25, 2016
|Capturing emergent phenomena in social-ecological systems|
M Schlüter, LJ Haider, SJ Lade, E Lindkvist, R Martin, K Orach, ...
Ecology and Society 24 (3), 2019
|Tracing a pathway to success: How competing interest groups influenced the 2013 EU Common Fisheries Policy reform|
K Orach, M Schlüter, H Österblom
Environmental Science & Policy 76, 90-102, 2017
|Toward a methodology for explaining and theorizing about social-ecological phenomena|
M Schlüter, K Orach, E Lindkvist, R Martin, N Wijermans, Ö Bodin, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 39, 44-53, 2019
|Behavioural diversity in fishing—Towards a next generation of fishery models|
N Wijermans, WJ Boonstra, K Orach, J Hentati‐Sundberg, M Schlüter
Fish and Fisheries, 2020
|Sustainable natural resource governance under interest group competition in policy-making|
K Orach, A Duit, M Schlüter
Nature Human Behaviour, 1-12, 2020
|Understanding interest politics in social-ecological systems: Mechanisms behind emergent policy responses to environmental change|
Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, 2018
|Interests Influencing Information? Analyzing interest group contribution to information flows in EU Common Fisheries Policy|
K Orach, H Österblom, M Schlüter
|Towards a typology of SES configurations for analysis of change in SES|
M Schlüter, J Haider, S Lade, K Orach, N Wijermans