Prof. Dr. Joseph Huber

English-language Publications

2008 Technological Environmental Innovations (TEIs) in a Chain-Analytical and Life-Cycle-Analytical Perspective. Journal of Cleaner Production, 16 (2008) 1980–1986.
2007 Pioneer Countries and the Global Diffusion of Eco-Innovations. Global Environmental Change, 18 (2008) 360–367.
2005 Towards Industrial Ecology: Sustainable Development as a Concept of Ecological Modernization, in: Redclift, Michael R. / Woodgate, Graham (eds): New Developments in Environmental Sociology, Cheltenham: Edward Elger, 672 pp, reprint from Towards Industrial Ecology: Sustainable Development as a Concept of Ecological Modernization, in: Andersen, Michael / Massa, Ilmo (Eds), Ecological Modernization, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, Special Issue, 2 (2000) 269–285.
2005 Technological Environmental Innovations, Der Hallesche Graureiher, Research reports of the Institute for Sociology, Martin Luther University, 2005–1
2004 New Technologies and Environmental Innovation, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
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2002 Enviromental Sociology in Search of Profile, Soziologie. Forum der deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Issue 3/2002, 23-36.
2000 Creating New Money. A monetary reform for the information age, co-author James Robertson, London: New Economics Foundation.
2001 Japanese edition: Atarashii kaheino sozo, Tokyo: Nhonkeizaihyoron-sha.
2000 Towards Industrial Ecology: Sustainable Development as a Concept of Ecological Modernization, in: Andersen, Michael / Massa, Ilmo (Eds), Ecological Modernization, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, Special Issue, 2 (2000) 269-285.
1999 Plain Money. A Proposal for Supplying the Nations with the Necessary Means in a Modern Monetary System, Der Hallesche Graureiher October 1999 - 3, Research reports of the Institute for Sociology, Martin-Luther-University, Halle.
1997 Environmental Management at the CIBA Corporation, co-authors E. Protzmann, U. Siegert, in: J. Conrad (Ed.), Succesful environmental management in European companies, Amsterdam: Overseas Publishers Association / Gordon & Breach, 223-242.
1996 Building Sustainable Industries for Sustainable Societies, co-author David Angel, in: J. Huber / D. Angel (Eds.), Business Strategy and the Environment, Special Issue, Vol. 5, No. 3, September 1996, 127-136.
1995 Ecologically oriented Management at Ciba-Geigy AG, co-authored with E. Protzmann and U. Siegert, in: M. Jänicke / H. Weidner (Eds.), Successful Environmental Policy. A critical evaluation of 24 cases, Berlin: Edition Sigma.
1993 Conceptions of the Dual Economy, in: Louis Ferman / Louise Berndt / Stuart Henry (Eds),  Work beyond employment in advanced capitalist countries, Vol. II, Revisions and Criticism, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 238-254.
1989 Social Movements, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 35 (1989) 365-374.
1987 The Future of Social Policy. Towards a Dual Economic Approach in Social Policy, in: A. Evers / H. Nowotny / H. Wintersberger (Eds), The Changig of Welfare, Aldershot: Gower Publishing Company, 206-217.
1985 Conceptions of the Dual Economy, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 27 (1985) 63-73.
1984 Public Help and Self-Help. Towards a dual economic approach in social policy, Futures, Vol. 16, No. 2, April 1984, 139-147.
1984 Human Ecology. A Basis for Preventive Environmental Policy?, International Environmental Politics und Policies, Special Issue, Vol. 5, No. 1, Winter 1984, 122-132.
1980 European Social Services, Income Distribution, and the New International Economic Order, in: Laszlo, Ervin / Kurtzman, Joel (Eds), Western Europe and the New International Economic Order, New York: Pergamon Press, 34-44.
1979 Limiting the System and Reshaping Lifestyles, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 15, No. 1, September 1979, 37-54.

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Prof. Dr. Joseph Huber

Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg
Institute of Sociology
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