Institute of Political Science

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  1. Tremmel, Jörg (2019): Whose constitution? Constitutional self-determination and generational change. In: Ratio Juris, Vol. 32 (1). Pp. 49-75.
  2. Vanhuysse, Pieter / Tremmel, Jörg (2018): Measuring intergenerationaljustice for public policy. In: Poama, Andrei / Lever, Annabelle (eds.): Routledge Handbook in Ethics and Public Policy. London: Routledge, pp. 472-486.
  3. Tremmel, Jörg (2018): The Anthropocene concept as a wake-up call for reforming democracy. In: Hickmann, Thomas / Partzsch, Lena / Pattberg, Philipp / Weiland, Sabine (eds.): The Anthropocene Debate and Political Science. Routledge Environmental Research Series. London: Routledge. Pp. 219-237.
  4. Tremmel, Jörg (2018): Zukunftsräte zur Vertretung der Interessen kommender Generationen. Ein praxisorientierter Vorschlag für Deutschland. In: Mannewitz, Tom (ed.): Die Demokratie und ihre Defekte. Heidelberg: Springer VS. Pp. 107-142.
  5. Tremmel, Jörg / Wilhelm, James (2015): Democracy or Epistocracy? Age as a Criterion of Voter Eligibility. In: Tremmel, Jörg / Mason, Antony / Dimitrijoski, Igor / Godli, Petter (Eds.): Youth Quotas in Ageing Societies. Dordrecht, NL: Springer. Pp. 125-147.
  6. Tremmel, Jörg (2015): Parliaments and future generations – the Four-Powers-Model. In: Birnbacher, Dieter / Thorseth, May (Hg.): The Politics of Sustainability. Philosophical Perspectives. London: Routledge/Earthscan. S. 212-233. - full text
  7. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2014): An extended separation of powers model as the theoretical basis for the representation of future generations – history of political thought groundwork. - full text
  8. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2014): The Non-Identity Problem: An Irrefutable Argument against Representation of Future Generations? In: Enders, Judith / Remig, Moritz (ed.): Theories of Sustainable Development: London: Routledge. Pp. 126-144. - full text
  9. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2013): Climate Change and Political Philosophy: Who Owes What to Whom? In: Environmental Values, Vol. 22, Issue 6 (December). Pp. 725-749. doi: 10.3197/096327113X13781997646539. Environmental Values has an impact factor (2012) of 1.470. - full text
  10. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2013): The Convention of Representatives of all Generations under the ‘Veil of Ignorance’. In: Constellations. An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory (Wiley-Blackwell). Vol. 20, Issue 3 (September). Pp. 483-502. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cons.2013.20.issue-3/issuetoc. - full text
  11. Tremmel, Joerg C. / Wegner, Patrick (2010): German Bundestag Survey on Intergenerational Justice in the Labour Market. In: Tremmel, Joerg C. (Ed.): A Young Generation Under Pressure? Financial situation and ‘rush hour of life’ of the cohorts 1970-1985 in a generational comparison? Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. Pp. 77-108. - full text
  12. Tremmel, Joerg C. (Ed.) (2010): A Young Generation Under Pressure? Financial situation and ‘rush hour of life’ of the cohorts 1970-1985 in a generational comparison. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. - full text
  13. Tremmel, Joerg C. (2008): An ethical assessment of the legitimacy of anti-natalistic birth policies. In: Tremmel, Joerg C. (Ed.): Demographic Change and Intergenerational Justice. The Implementation of Long-term Thinking in Political Decision-Making. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, pp. 137-159. - full text
  14. Tremmel, Joerg Chet (Ed.) (2006): Handbook of Intergenerational Justice. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. - full text