This handbook describes 21 cases organised using the three phases of a transdisciplinary research project: 1) problem structuring, 2) problem investigation and 3) bringing results to fruition. Topics are drawn from many countries and cover global and local environmental concerns, migration, new technologies, public health and socio-cultural change.
Reference: Hirsch Hadorn, G., Hoffmann-Riem, H., Biber-Klemm, S., Grossenbacher-Mansuy, W., Joye, D., Pohl, C., Wiesmann, U. and Zemp, E. (eds). (2008). Handbook of Transdisciplinary Research. Springer: Dordrecht, Netherlands.
Posted: December 2011
Last modified: July 2015