References explaining the behavioural mechanisms underlying rebound effects (supplementary data)
This data includes the references of papers explaining the behavioural mechanisms underlying rebound effects, which is supplementary data to the paper “Explaining the rebound effects of sustainable design: a behavioural perspective”.
This is the abstract of the paper: Despite its importance, the understanding of the behavioural mechanisms underlying rebound effects triggered by sustainable design is still limited. Through a systematic literature review, this study analyses and discusses 18 behavioural mechanisms. The key gaps of behavioural research on rebound effects are (1) limited in-depth analysis of different mechanisms (2); lack of clearly defined concepts; and (3) neglect of various research topics. To bring the behavioural understanding of rebound effects and sustainable design to a higher level, four key steps for future research are suggested.
This dataset/work is part of the REBOUNDLESS project.
ERC, REBOUNDLESS, 101043931
Towards the prevention of rebound effects within complex socio-technical systems
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