Publications by Ulrich Brand

Selection of Anthropocene-related books and articles


 Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ulrich Brand

Brand, U. and Wissen, M. (2021). The Imperial Mode of Living. Everyday Life and the Ecological Crisis of Capitalism. London: Verso.

Brand, U., Muraca, B., Pineault, É., Sahakian, M. et al. (2021). From Planetary to Societal Boundaries: An argument for collectively defined self-limitation. Sustainability. Science, Practice and Policy 17(1): 265-292.

Brand, U., Krams, M., Lenikus, V. and Schneider, E. (2021). Contours of historical-materialist policy analysis. Critical Policy Studies (July, published online).

Atzmüller, R., Aulenbacher, B., Brand, U., et al. eds. (2020). Capitalism in Transformation: Movements and Countermovements in the 21st Century. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Brand, U., Görg, C. and Wissen, M. (2020). Overcoming neoliberal globalization: social-ecological transformation from a Polanyian perspective and beyond. Globalizations 17(1): 161-176.

Boos, T. and Brand, U. (2020). State Transformation. In: O. Kaltmeier, A. Tittor, D. Hawkins and E. Rohland, eds. The Routledge Handbook to the Political Economy and Governance of the Americas. London/New York: Routledge, 221-230.

Brand, U. (2019). In der Wachstumsfalle. Die Gewerkschaften und der Klimawandel. Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik 7, 79-88.

Brand, U. and Niedermoser, K. (2019). Overcoming the Impasse of the Current Growth Model and the Imperial Mode of Living: The Role of Trade Unions in Social-Ecological Transformation. Journal of Cleaner Production, 173-180.

Brand, U. and Welzer, H. (2019). Alltag und Situation. Soziokulturelle Dimensionen sozial-ökologischer Transformation. In: K. Dörre, H. Rosa, K. Becker, S. Bose and B. Seyd, eds. Große Transformation? Zur Zukunft moderner Gesellschaften (Berliner Journal für Soziologie). Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 313-332.

Brand, U. and Wissen, M. (2018). The Limits to Capitalist Nature: Theorizing and Overcoming the Imperial Mode of Living. London/New York: Rowman & Littlefield International.

Brand, U., Boos, T. and Brad, A. (2017). Degrowth and Post-Extractivism: Two debates with suggestions for the inclusive development framework. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 24, 36-41.