List of I2S publications

The publications listed below chronicle the development of the concepts and methods in the I2S domains of synthesising disciplinary and stakeholder knowledge, understanding and managing diverse unknowns, and providing integrated research support for policy and practice change. Electronic downloads are provided where possible, otherwise reprints are available on request. A selection of conference and meeting presentations is also included. 

Books Books

  1. Bammer, G. (2013). Disciplining interdisciplinarity: Integration and Implementation Sciences for researching complex real-world problems, with commentaries by Simon Bronitt; L. David Brown; Marcel Bursztyn and Maria Beatriz Maury; Lawrence Cram; Ian Elsum; Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski; Fasihuddin; Howard Gadlin and L. Michelle Bennett; Budi Haryanto; Julie Thompson Klein; Ted Lefroy; Catherine Lyall; M. Duane Nellis; Linda Neuhauser, Deborah O’Connell with Damien Farine, Michael O’Connor and Michael Dunlop; Michael O’Rourke; Christian Pohl; Merritt Polk; Alison Ritter; Alice Roughley; Michael Smithson; Daniel Walker; Michael Wesley; Glenn Withers. ANU E-Press: Canberra, Australian (available free on-line).
  2. Bammer, G., with Michaux, A., and A. Sanson (eds) 2010 Bridging the ‘know-do’ gap: Knowledge brokering to improve child wellbeing. ANU E-Press: Canberra, Australia (available free on-line).
  3. Bammer, G. (Ed.) (2010). Dealing with uncertainties in policing serious crime. ANU E-Press: Canberra, Australia (available free on-line).
  4. McDonald, D., Bammer, G. and Deane, P. (2009). Research integration using dialogue methods. ANU E-Press: Canberra, Australia (available free on-line).
  5. Bammer, G. and Smithson, M. (Eds.) (2008). Uncertainty and risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives. Earthscan: London, UK.

Books Reports

  1. Bammer, G. (2012). Strengthening interdisciplinary research: What it is, what it does, how it does it and how it is supported (1.62MB PDF). Report for the Australian Council of Learned Academies, Melbourne, Australia (also available free online from the Australian Council of Learned Academies website).

Journal papers Journal papers

  1. Ritter, A., Bammer, G. (2010) Models of policy-making and their relevance for drug research. Drug and Alcohol Review, 29: 352-357.
  2. Bammer, G. (2008). Enhancing research collaboration: Three key management challenges. Research Policy, 37: 875-887.
  3. Kueffer, C., Hirsch Hadorn, G., Bammer, G., van Kerkhoff, L., Pohl, C. (2007). Towards a publication culture in transdisciplinary research. GAIA, 16: 22-26.
  4. Bammer, G. (2005). Integration and Implementation Sciences: Building a new specialization. Ecology and Society, 10, (2): 6 [online] URL: https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol10/iss2/art6/.
  5. Bammer, G. and LWA Integration Symposium Participants. (2005). Guiding principles for integration in natural resource management (NRM) as a contribution to sustainability. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 12 (Supplement): 5-7.

Journal special issues Journal special issues

  1. Bammer, G., Curtis, A., Mobbs, C., Lane, R., Dovers, S. (Eds.) (2005). Australian case studies of integration in natural resource management (NRM). Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 12 (Supplement).
  2. Bammer, G., O’Connell, D., Roughley, A., and Syme, G. (Eds.) (2005). Integration research for natural resource management in Australia: An introduction to new challenges for research practice. Journal of Research Practice, 1 (2): [online] URL: http://jrp.icaap.org/index.php/jrp/article/view/18/29.

Chapters Chapters

  1. Bammer, G. (2013). From toolbox to big science project: a bold proposal. In O'Rourke, M.; Crowley, S.; Eigenbrode, S.D. and J.D. Wulfhorst (eds), Enhancing Communication and Collaboration in Interdisciplinary Research (pp. 386-406). Sage: USA. 
  2. Bammer, G. (2013). Scoping public health problems. In Guest, C.; Ricciardi, W.; Kawachi, I.; Lang, I. (eds), Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice (3rd ed) (pp. 2-10). Oxford University Press: UK. 
  3. Bammer, G.; Strazdins, L.; McDonald, D.; Berry, H.; Ritter, A.; Deane, P.; van Kerkhoff, L. (2010). Expanding the deliberations about the research-policy gap: Useful lessons from the literature’ In Bammer, G., with Michaux, A, and A. Sanson (eds), Bridging the ‘know-do’ gap: Knowledge brokering to improve child wellbeing (pp. 135-155). ANU E-Press: 135- 155; (available free on-line (PDF 271KB)).
  4. van Kerkhoff, L. Bammer, G. (2010) Improving integrated research: tools for analysis and learning. In Proctor, W. (editor-in-chief), van Kerkhoff, L. and S. Hatfield Dodds (eds), Integrated Mission-directed Research: Experiences from Environmental and Natural Resource Management (pp. 24-37). CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
  5. Hirsch Hadorn, G., Pohl, C., Bammer, G. (2010) Solving problems through transdisicplinary research, In R. Frodeman (Ed.), J.T. Klein and C. Mitcham (Assoc. Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity (pp. 431-452). Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK.
  6. Bammer, G. (2008). Integrating policy analysis and complexity: developing the new specialization of Integration and Implementation Sciences. In L. F. Dennard, K. A. Richardson and G. Morçöl. (Eds.) Complexity and policy analysis: Tools and concepts for designing robust policies in a complex world (pp. 249-264). Exploring Organizational Complexity Series: Vol. 2. ISCE Publishing: Arizona, USA.
  7. Bammer, G. (2008). Adopting orphans: Uncertainty and other neglected aspects of complex problems. In G. Bammer and M. Smithson (Eds.), Uncertainty and risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 27-41). Earthscan: London, UK.
  8. Bammer G. and Smithson, M. (2008). Introduction. In G. Bammer and M. Smithson (Eds.), Uncertainty and risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 3-12). Earthscan: London, UK.
  9. Bammer G., Smithson, M. and The Goolabri Group. (2008). The nature of uncertainty. In G., Bammer and M. Smithson (Eds.), Uncertainty and risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 289-303). Earthscan: London, UK.
  10. Smithson, M., Bammer, G. and The Goolabri Group. (2008). Coping and managing under uncertainty. In G. Bammer and M. Smithson (Eds.), Uncertainty and risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 321-333). Earthscan: London, UK.
  11. Smithson, M., Bammer, G. and The Goolabri Group. (2008). Uncertainty metaphors, motives and morals. In G. Bammer and M. Smithson (Eds.), Uncertainty and risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives (pp. 305-320). Earthscan: London, UK.
  12. Pohl, C., van Kerkhoff, L., Hirsch Hadorn, G., Bammer, G. (2008). Integration. In G. Hirsch Hadorn, H. Hoffmann-Riem, S. Biber-Klemm, W. Grossenbacher-Mansuy, D. Joye, C. Pohl, U. Wiesmann and E. Zemp. (Eds.), Handbook of transdisciplinary research (pp. 411-426). Springer: Zurich, Switzerland.
  13. Bammer, G. and The Goolabri Group. (2007). Improving the management of ignorance and uncertainty. A case illustrating integration in collaboration. In A. B. Shani, S. A. Mohrman, W. A. Pasmore, B. Stymne and N. Adler (Eds.), Handbook of collaborative management research (pp. 421-437). Sage: California, USA.
  14. van Kerkhoff L., Courville, S., Bammer, G., Cork, S., Dumaresq, D., and Ellis, C. (2007). Mutual dependence, mutual strength: trust, social learning and collaboration. In S. Ritchie (Ed.), Research collaboration: Relationships and praxis (pp. 203-224). Sense Publishers: Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Serials Integration Insights

  1. Badham, J. (2010). A compendium of modelling techniques (856KB PDF). Integration Insights #12, May.
  2. Bammer, G. (Compiler, 2008). Checklists for assessing research-policy interactions (20KB PDF). Integration Insights #11, July.
  3. Bammer, G. (2008). Enhancing research collaborations (187KB PDF). Integration Insights #10, June.
  4. Kasperson, R. E. (2008). Coping with deep uncertainty (188KB PDF). Integration Insights #9, June.
  5. Smithson, M. and Bammer, G. (2008). Uncertainty: Metaphors, motives and morals (190KB PDF). Integration Insights #8, June.
  6. Bammer, G. and Smithson, M. (2008). Understanding uncertainty (211KB PDF). Integration Insights #7, May.
  7. Bammer, G. (2008). The case for a new discipline of integration and implementation sciences (abbreviated as I2S) (186KB PDF). Integration Insights #6, May.
  8. Bammer, G. (2007). Key concepts underpinning research integration (201KB PDF). Integration Insights #5, May.
  9. Bammer, G., McDonald, D. and Deane, P. (2007). Dialogue methods for research integration (206KB PDF). Integration Insights #4, May.
  10. Bammer, G. (2006). Principled negotiation – A method for integrating interests (303KB PDF). Integration Insights #3, November.
  11. Bammer, G. (2006). Illustrating a systematic approach to explain integration in research – The case of the World Commission on Dams (308KB PDF). Integration Insights #2, October.
  12. Bammer, G. (2006). A systematic approach to integration in research (304KB PDF). Integration Insights #1, September.

Presenting Presentations (selection)

  1. Bammer, G. (2012).  Dealing with complex problems: Do we need a new discipline? (2.1 MB PDF of a Microsoft PowerPoint file). Presented at the Doctoral School Sustainable Development, Universitaet fuer Bodenkultur (BOKU) Wien (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna), June 4, Vienna, Austria.
  2. Bammer, G. (2011).  How investigating the feasibility of heroin prescription produced a new discipline (2.8MB PDF of a Microsoft PowerPoint file). Keynote presentation at the annual conference of the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs, November 16, Hobart, Australia.
  3. Bammer, G. (2011).  Integration and Implementation Sciences - Can it help advance transdisciplinary research and education? (2.1MB PDF of a Microsoft PowerPoint file)Keynote presentation at the workshop Promoting Transdisciplinarity in Research and Higher Education – Scientific and Institutional Tasks and Prospects, Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften (Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities), April 7, Bad Homburg, Germany.
  4. Bammer, G. (2010). Innovative integration for mental wellbeing: Can Integration and Implementation Sciences help? (664 KB PDF of a Microsoft PowerPoint file). Keynote Presentation at UWS Mental Wellbeing Conference (at the 20th Annual Mental Health Services Conference), September 16, Sydney, Australia.
  5. Bammer, G. (2009).  New DPMP resource: Research integration using dialogue methods (658KB PDF of a Microsoft PowerPoint file). Presented at Drug Policy Modelling Program Annual Conference, October 13, Sydney, Australia.
  6. Bammer, G. (2008). Do we need a new discipline to document and transmit problem-based learnings? (491KB PDF of a Microsoft PowerPoint). Keynote Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Society for Design and Process Science. Proceedings of the Integrated Design and Process Technology IDPT, June 1-6, Taichung, Taiwan.
  7. Bammer, G. (2007). Integration and Implementation Sciences: New methodology for tackling complex problems (827KB PDF of a Microsoft PowerPoint file). Presented at ETH- Zurich, May 15, Zurich, Switzerland.

Publications using Implementation and Integration Science methods Publications using I2S methods

  1. Perez, P., Dray, A., Moore, D., Dietze, P., Bammer, G, Jenkinson, R., Siokou, C., Green, R., Hudson, S., Maher, L. (2012). SimAmph: An agent-based simulation model for exploring the use of psychosimulants and related harm among young Australians. International Journal of Drug Policy, 23: 62-71.
  2. Dray, A., Perez, P., Moore, D., Dietze, P., Bammer, G, Jenkinson, R., Siokou, C., Green, R., Hudson, S., Maher, L. (2012). Are drug detection dogs and mass-media campaigns likely to be effective policy responses to psychostimulant use and related harm? Results from an agent-based simulation model. International Journal of Drug Policy, 23: 148-153.
  3. Moore D., Dray A., Green R., Hudson S.L., Jenkinson R., Siokou C., Perez P., Bammer G., Maher L., Dietze, P. (2009). Extending drug ethno-epidemiology using agent-based modelling. Addiction, 104: 1991-1997.

Unpublished Unpublished

  1. Bammer, G., Ritter, A., Deane, P., Strazdins, L., McDonald, D., Berry, H., van Kerkhoff, L. (2007). Improving research support for environmental policy making: Lessons from the literature and issues for debate (PDF 112 KB). Unpublished report prepared for the Global Envronmental Change and Food Systems (GECAFS) project.
  2. Bammer, G., Stephens, L., McDonald, D. and Deane, P. (2012). Developing proof-of-concept for the I2S Development Drive: Compiling dialogue methods (PDF 254 KB). Unpublished report.

 

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