Scientific papers


Here you can find my scientific publications. If you are interested in any of them yet do not have access to the corresponding journal,  contact me.

Botetzagias I. & Kotlida Ev. (2018) Bear management in Greece as a ‘problem orientation’ policy issue: A Q-methodology approach.AEJESAegean Journal of Environmental Sciences (pre-print available)

Botetzagias I., Tsagkari M. & Malesios Chr. (2018) Is the ‘Troika’ bad for the environment? An analysis of EU countries’ environmental performance in times of economic downturn and austerity memoranda. Ecological Economics, 150: 34-51.

Guerreiro S. & Botetzagias I. (2018)Empowering communities – the role of intermediary organisations in community renewable energy projects in IndonesiaLocal Environment, 23(2):158-177.

Gkiouzepas G. & Botetzagias I. (2018). The Narrative Cycle of Climate Change in the Greek Newspapers, 2001–2008Environmental Communication, 12(4): 507-524.

Beckham Hooff S., Botetzagias & Kizos Ath. (2017) Seeing the Wind (Farm): Applying Q-methodology to Understand the Public’s Reception of the Visuals Around a Wind Farm Development. Environmental Communication, 11(5): 700-722.

Gkiouzepas Y. & Botetzagias I. (2017) Climate change coverage in Greek newspapers (2001-2008), Environmental Communication, 11(4): 490-514.

Broadbent, J., Sonnett J., Botetzagias I. et al. (2016Conflicting Climate Change Frames in a Global Field of Media Discourse, Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 2:1-17..

Botetzagias I. & Vasilopoulos P. (2015) Climbing to the rooftop, falling off yet landing on one’s feet (and finding a wallet on the pavement?): the electoral fate of the Greek Ecogreens (2004-2015), South European Society & Politics, 20(4): 573-590.

Moysiadis Y., Malesios Chr. & Botetzagias I. (2015) The impact of distance on a ‘NIMBY’ perception towards windfarms’ development, Aegean Journal of Environmental Sciences, 1:41-60

Botetzagias I., Dima A.-F., Malesios Chr. (2015) Extending the Theory of Planned Behavior in the context of recycling: The role of moral norms and of demographic predictors, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 95:58-67.

Botetzagias I., Malesios Chr., Kolokotroni An. & Moysiadis Y. (2015) The role of NIMBY in opposing wind farms’ siting: evidence from Greece, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 58(2):229-251.

Botetzagias I., Malesios Chr., & Poulou D. (2014), Electricity curtailment behaviours in Greek households: different behaviours, different predictors, Energy Policy, Vol. 69, pp.415-424

Botetzagias I. & Koutiva Eir. (2014), Financial giving of foundations and businesses to ENGOs: the role of grantee’s legitimacy, VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, Vol.25, pp.281-306

Botetzagias I. & Malesios Chr. (2012), The influence of economic affluence and environmental conditions on an individual’s concern for the environment: a Greek casestudy (2005-2007), Local Environment, Vol. 17, N.1, pp.93-113.

Botetzagias I. & van Schuur W. (2012), Active Greens: an analysis of the determinants of Green party members’ activism in environmental movements, Environment & Behavior, Vol. 44, N.4, pp.509-544.

Giannoulis Chr., Botetzagias I. & Skanavis C. (2010), Newspaper Reporters’ Priorities and Beliefs About Environmental Journalism: An Application of Q Methodology, Science Communication, Vol. 32, N.4, pp. 425-466

Botetzagias I., Robinson P. & Venizelos L. (2010), Accounting for difficulties faced in materializing a transnational ENGO conservation network: A case-study from the Mediterranean, Global Environmental Politics, Vol. 10, No.1 pp.115-151

Botetzagias I. & Karamichas J. (2009), Grassroots mobilisations against waste disposal sites in Greece, Environmental Politics, Vol. 18, No.6, pp.939-959

Jones N., Sophoulis C., Iosifides Th., Botetzagias I. & Evaggelinos K. (2009) The influence of social capital on environmental policy instruments, Environmental Politics, Vol. 18 No. 4, pp. 595-611

Jones N., Malesios Chr. & Botetzagias I., (2009) The influence of social capital on willingness to pay for the environment among European citizen, European Societies, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp.511-530

Botetzagias I. (2008), The Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing process in Greece: evidence from the prefectural level, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, Vol. 26 No. 2, pp. 115-125

Alexandropoulos St., Serdedakis N., Botetzagias Ι. (2007), The Greek environmental movement: from the status nascendi of a movement to its integration, Greek Political Science Review, Issue 30, November, pp. 5-31 (in Greek)

Botetzagias I. (2007), Clinging on? The Cypriot Greens, Environmental Politics, Vol.16, No 1, pp. 124-129

Botetzagias Ι. (2006), NGOs and civil society, a problematic relation: the case-study of the Greek Environmental NGOs (ΜΚΟ και Κοινωνία Πολιτών, μια προβληματική σχέση; Η περίπτωση των Ελληνικών Μη-Κυβερνητικών Περιβαλλοντικών Οργανώσεων), Greek Review of Political Science, No 27, pp. 71-95 (in Greek)

Botetzagias I. (2005), ‘Introduction: The Europeanisation of Southern Europe’, in Botetzagias I. (ed.), The Europeanisation of Southern Europe, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, Vol. 7, No.3, December

Botetzagias I. (2003), The re-emergence of the Greek Greens, Environmental Politics, Vol.12 No 4, pp. 127-132.

Karamichas J & Botetzagias I. (2003), Green Party factionalism: The case of the Ecologists-Alternatives of Greece, South European Society and Politics, Vol. 8, No 3, pp. 65-93

Botetzagias I., The Federation of Ecologists Alternatives: The Greek Green Experiment (Η Ομοσπονδία Οικολόγων Εναλλακτικών: Το Ελληνικό Πράσινο πείραμα), (2003) Greek Review of Political Science No 22, pp.69-105 (in Greek)