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Agent-based modeling: A powerful tool for tourism researchers
S Nicholls, B Amelung, J Student
Journal of Travel Research 56 (1), 3-15, 2017
622017
The value of agent-based modelling for assessing tourism–environment interactions in the Anthropocene
B Amelung, J Student, S Nicholls, M Lamers, R Baggio, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 23, 46-53, 2016
382016
Towards a tipping point? Exploring the capacity to self-regulate Antarctic tourism using agent-based modelling
J Student, B Amelung, M Lamers
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 24 (3), 412-429, 2016
332016
Gender differences: the role of nature, nurture, social identity and self-organization
GJ Hofstede, F Dignum, R Prada, J Student, L Vanhée
International Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems and Agent-Based Simulation, 72-87, 2014
332014
Easing the adoption of agent-based modelling (ABM) in tourism research
P Johnson, S Nicholls, J Student, B Amelung, R Baggio, S Balbi, ...
Current Issues in Tourism 20 (8), 801-808, 2017
302017
A dynamic vulnerability approach for tourism destinations
J Student, M Lamers, B Amelung
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 28 (3), 475-496, 2020
262020
Simulating emerging coastal tourism vulnerabilities: an agent-based modelling approach
J Student, MR Kramer, P Steinmann
Annals of Tourism Research 85, 103034, 2020
112020
Vulnerability is dynamic! Conceptualising a dynamic approach to coastal tourism destinations’ vulnerability
J Student, B Amelung, M Lamers
Innovation in climate change adaptation, 31-42, 2016
82016
The status–power arena: a comprehensive agent-based model of social status dynamics and gender in groups of children
GJ Hofstede, J Student, MR Kramer
Ai & Society, 1-21, 2018
72018
Buildings behaving badly: a behavioral experiment on how different motivational frames influence residential energy label adoption in the Netherlands
J Student, E Papyrakis, P van Beukering
Journal of housing and the built environment 32 (1), 107-132, 2017
42017
Learning from COVID-19? An environmental mobilities and flows perspective on dynamic vulnerabilities in coastal tourism settings
M Lamers, J Student
Maritime Studies 20 (4), 475-486, 2021
32021
Coasting: Model description, global sensitivity analysis, and scenario discovery
J Student, MR Kramer, P Steinmann
MethodsX 7, 101145, 2020
22020
From sustainable drinking water to tsunami hazards: modelling water science for impact
X He, J Student, C Kroeze
Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 16 (1), 157-161, 2019
12019
Agent-Based Modelling
J Student
Applied Data Science in Tourism, 481-511, 2022
2022
Non-CO2 greenhouse gases: the underrepresented, complex side of the climate challenge
M Harmsen, J Student, C Kroeze
Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 17 (3), i-viii, 2020
2020
Crisis of kans voor de Caribbean
JR Student, M Markus
Rooilijn, 2020
2020
Vulnerability is dynamic: An interactive approach to enhance adaptation strategies to climate change for coastal tourism
J Student
Wageningen University, 2020
2020
A Dynamic Vulnerability Approach For Tourism Destinations-Jillian Student
JR Student
2019
Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences
C Kroeze, HC Moll, J Student
Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 16 (1), 71-207, 2019
2019
Coasting through environmental change?
JR Student
2017
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