Peter L Daniels
Peter L Daniels
Senior Lecturer, School of Environment, Griffith University, Brisbane
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei griffith.edu.au
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Approaches for quantifying the metabolism of physical economies: Part I: Methodological overview
PL Daniels, S Moore
Journal of Industrial Ecology 5 (4), 69-93, 2001
1992001
The connection between water and energy in cities: a review
SJ Kenway, PA Lant, A Priestley, P Daniels
Water Science and Technology 63 (9), 1983-1990, 2011
1952011
Compiling and using input–output frameworks through collaborative virtual laboratories
M Lenzen, A Geschke, T Wiedmann, J Lane, N Anderson, T Baynes, ...
Science of the Total Environment 485, 241-251, 2014
1692014
The ins and outs of water use–a review of multi-region input–output analysis and water footprints for regional sustainability analysis and policy
PL Daniels, M Lenzen, SJ Kenway
Economic Systems Research 23 (4), 353-370, 2011
1242011
Approaches for quantifying the metabolism of physical economies: A comparative survey: Part II: Review of individual approaches
PL Daniels
Journal of Industrial Ecology 6 (1), 65-88, 2002
1052002
Economic systems and the Buddhist world view: The 21st century nexus
PL Daniels
The Journal of Socio-Economics 34 (2), 245-268, 2005
822005
Climate change, economics and Buddhism—Part I: An integrated environmental analysis framework
PL Daniels
Ecological Economics 69 (5), 952-961, 2010
672010
Buddhist economics and the environment: Material flow analysis and the moderation of society's metabolism
PL Daniels
International Journal of Social Economics, 2003
592003
The water supply footprint (WSF): a strategic planning tool for sustainable regional and local water supplies
G Stoeglehner, P Edwards, P Daniels, M Narodoslawsky
Journal of Cleaner Production 19 (15), 1677-1686, 2011
552011
Research and development, human capital and trade performance in technology-intensive manufactures: a cross-country analysis
P Daniels
Research Policy 22 (3), 207-241, 1993
541993
Climate change, economics and Buddhism—Part 2: New views and practices for sustainable world economies
PL Daniels
Ecological Economics 69 (5), 962-972, 2010
492010
Buddhism and the transformation to sustainable economies
P Daniels
Society and Economy 29 (2), 155-180, 2007
402007
Economic change, the environment and Buddhism in Asia
PL Daniels
International Journal of Social Economics, 1998
391998
Barriers to sustainable development in natural resource‐based economies: Australia as a case study
PL Daniels
Society & Natural Resources 5 (3), 247-262, 1992
371992
Adapting ecological modernisation to the Australian context
M Howes, M McKenzie, B Gleeson, R Gray, J Byrne, P Daniels
Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 7 (1), 5-21, 2010
362010
National technology gaps and trade—An empirical study of the influence of globalisation
PL Daniels
Research policy 25 (8), 1189-1207, 1997
301997
Rural Women and Decision Making: Women's Role in Resource Management During Rural Restructuring1
ST Rickson, PL Daniels
Rural Sociology 64 (2), 234-250, 1999
291999
Identifying methodological challenges
T Bauler, I Douglas, P Daniels, V Demkine, N Eisenmenger, J Grosskurth, ...
Sustainability Indicators: a scientific assessment. SCOPE 67, 49-64, 2007
262007
Economic gains from technology-intensive trade: an empirical assessment
P Daniels
Cambridge Journal of Economics 23 (4), 427-447, 1999
221999
Technology revolutions and social development: Prospects for a green technoeconomic paradigm in lower income countries
PL Daniels
International Journal of Social Economics, 2005
212005
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