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Thorun, C. (2018). Corporate Digital Responsibility: Unternehmerische Verantwortung in der digitalen Welt. In. Gärtner, C. & Heinrich, C. Fallstudien zur Digitalen Transformation (pp. 173-191). Springer Gabler.
Thorun, C., Diels, J., Vetter, M., Reisch, L., Bernauer, M., Micklitz, H., Purnhagen, K., Rosenow, J., & Forster, D. (2016). Nudges and sustainable consumption: Determining and developing interventions to nudge sustainable consumption patterns
Zimmer, A., M. Jakob, M. & J. Steckel, (2015). What motivates Vietnam to strive for a low-carbon economy? – On the drivers of climate policy in a developing country. Energy for Sustainable Development, 24, 19-32.
Staub-Kaminski, I., A. Zimmer, M. Jakob & R. Marschinski (2014). Climate policy in practice: A typology of obstacles and implications for integrated assessment modeling. Climate Change Economics, 5(1).
Thorun, C., Spindler, G., & Blom, A. (2014). Evaluation of the law for better consumer protection against cost traps in electronic commerce. Study conducted for the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection.
Thorun, C. (2013). Participant survey about the fridge change programme of the Wuppertaler Stadtwerke. Conducted for the NRW Consumer Protection Ministry.
Diels, J. L., Wiebach, N., & Hildebrandt, L. (2013). The impact of promotions on consumer choices and preferences in out-of-stock situations. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 20(6), 587-598.
Thorun, C. (2012). Employee and consumer interests: Allies or Opponents?, ConPolicy Study financed by the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung.
Thorun, C. (2011). Sustainable Consumption: Consumer information alone is insufficient - new approaches for sustainable consumption. ConPolicy Policy Brief.
Shared authorship. (2011). E-Commerce in China and Germany - A Sino-German Comparative Analysis. C.H.Beck München/Hart Oxford/Nomos Baden-Baden.
Thorun, C. & Hennes, W. (2011). Digital Public Affairs - Einführung, Ziele und Instrumente. Bundesverband Deutscher Pressesprecher.
Thorun, C. (2010). What consumer policy can learn from behavioural economics. FES WSIO Direkt.
Thorun, C. (2010). Financial regulatory reform - Lessons from the international debate. ConPolicy Policy Brief.
Thorun, C. (2010). Analysis of good and bad practices of financial services supervision from the consumer perspective in Great Britain and Ireland. Federation of German Consumer Organizations (vzbv), Consumer oriented supervision of financial services.
Thorun, C. (2010). Consumer information - Limits and requirements. ConPolicy Policy Brief.
Thorun, C. (2010). Consumer policy research - What behavioural economics can learn from consumer policy. ConPolicy Policy Brief.
Thorun, C. (2008). Explaining Change in Russian Foreign Policy: The Role of Ideas in post-Soviet Russia’s Conduct towards the West. Palgrave Macmillan.
Bracker, J., & Thorun, C. (2007). On the significance of the demand side for the efficiency of markets - a discussion of economic theory. Forum Ware 35.
Thorun, C. (2007). The tendency is justified, the amount not always reasonable – a comment on price increases for food. Ifo-Schnelldienst 19.
Von Braunmühl, P., & Thorun, C. (2006). The significance of SR-Standardization by ISO - a consumer evaluation. DIN Briefing 9.
Thorun, C. (2006). RFID pleases the economy - consumers reaction (still) sceptical: Demands on a consumer friendly implementation of RFID-technology in retail. Forum Ware 34.