Search string terms and table describing sufficiency-oriented product-service system rebound effects (supplementary data for DESIGN24 paper)
This dataset includes the table with search string terms used in systematic literature review, and the table describing the results of studies exploring the rebound effects of sufficiency-oriented product-service systems.
It is the supplementary data to the conference paper "Uncovering rebound effects of sufficiency-oriented product-service systems: A systematic review".
This is the paper's abstract: "The discourse surrounding sustainable consumption and production has evolved to encompass sufficiency strategies in addition to efficiency and effectiveness. Product-service systems (PSSs) can promote sufficiency by replacing traditional product-intensive systems with dematerialized services and changes in ownership structures. Sufficiency-oriented PSS may, however, generate rebound effects which offset potential sufficiency benefits or even result in backfire. This paper examines the connection between sufficiency-oriented PSS and rebound reviewing12 empirical studies addressing rebound."
This dataset/work is supplementary material for DESIGN (2024) conference.
This dataset/work is part of the REBOUNDLESS project.
Towards the prevention of rebound effects within complex socio-technical systems
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