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The influence of particles on bioavailability and toxicity of pesticides in surface water
Knauer, K., Homazava, N., Junghans, M., & Werner, I. (2017). The influence of particles on bioavailability and toxicity of pesticides in surface water. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 13(4), 585-600. https://doi.org/10.1002/ieam.1867
Having your cake and eating it, too: can regulatory agencies be both independent and accountable?
Maggetti, M., Ingold, K., & Varone, F. (2013). Having your cake and eating it, too: can regulatory agencies be both independent and accountable? Swiss Political Science Review, 19(1), 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1111/spsr.12015
A capability perspective on performance deficiencies in utility firms
Worch, H., Truffer, B., Kabinga, M., Eberhard, A., & Markard, J. (2013). A capability perspective on performance deficiencies in utility firms. Utilities Policy, 25, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jup.2012.12.001
Impacts of market liberalization on regulatory network: a longitudinal analysis of the Swiss telecommunications sector
Fischer, M., Ingold, K., Sciarini, P., & Varone, F. (2012). Impacts of market liberalization on regulatory network: a longitudinal analysis of the Swiss telecommunications sector. Policy Studies Journal, 40(3), 435-457. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1541-0072.2012.00460.x
Nanofiltration and nanostructured membranes-should they be considered nanotechnology or not?
Mueller, N. C., van der Bruggen, B., Keuter, V., Luis, P., Melin, T., Pronk, W., … Nowack, B. (2012). Nanofiltration and nanostructured membranes-should they be considered nanotechnology or not? Journal of Hazardous Materials, 211-212, 275-280. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhazmat.2011.10.096
The limits of production efficiency analysis. New institutional economics and PSP contracts
Rothenberger, D., & Truffer, B. (2003). The limits of production efficiency analysis. New institutional economics and PSP contracts. Greener Management International, (42), 21-34. https://doi.org/10.9774/GLEAF.3062.2003.su.00005
Unusual location of two nearby pairs of upstream activating sequences for HbpR, the main regulatory protein for the 2-hydroxybiphenyl degradation pathway of '<I>Pseudomonas azelaica</I>' HBP1
Jaspers, M. C. M., Sturme, M., & van der Meer, J. R. (2001). Unusual location of two nearby pairs of upstream activating sequences for HbpR, the main regulatory protein for the 2-hydroxybiphenyl degradation pathway of 'Pseudomonas azelaica' HBP1. Microbiology, 147, 2183-2194. https://doi.org/10.1099/00221287-147-8-2183