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Benner, Maximilian (2017): Culture in local and regional development: A Mediterranean perspective on the culture/economy nexus.

Benner, Maximilian (2019): From overtourism to sustainability: A research agenda for qualitative tourism development in the Adriatic. Published in: Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie = German Journal of Economic Geography (15 October 2019)

Benner, Maximilian and Bieringer, Lukas and Knaupp, Matthias and Wittemaier, Jana and Wruck, Adrian (2016): Towards a Smart Specialization Strategy for Haifa, Israel.

Benner, Maximilian and Buzin, Johannes and Hoffmann, Jakob and Taifour, Ahmad Azzam (2017): Inclusive local development: A strategy for Heraklion, Greece.

Benner, Maximilian and Dollinger, Michael and Gliesner, Elisa and Pelz, Rouven (2017): Upgrading a tourism cluster: The case of Eilat.

Benner, Maximilian and Engin, Melda and Sperber, Leon and Trendl, André (2017): Cross-border regional development in Gibraltar.

Benner, Maximilian and Hirth, Jana and Kraatz, Fabian and Ludwig, Katja and Schrade, Jessi (2017): Regional development in the context of economic reform: The case of Limassol.

Bhattacharya, Kaushik and Mitra, Subrata (2012): More can be Less: Hyper Plurality of Candidates, the Rationality of Electoral Choice and Need for Electoral Reform in India.

Bjornskov, Christian and Dreher, Axel and Fischer, Justina A.V. and Schnellenbach, Jan and Gehring, Kai (2013): Inequality and happiness: When perceived social mobility and economic reality do not match. Forthcoming in: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (JEBO)

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Davis, Christina L. and Fuchs, Andreas and Johnson, Kristina (2016): State Control and the Effects of Foreign Relations on Bilateral Trade.

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