Schenk, T., E. Czaika, D. Rumore and M. Russo (2016). Joint fact-finding: An approach for advancing interactive governance when scientific and technical information is in question. Critical Reflections on Interactive Governance. L. Edelenbos and I. van Meerkerk, eds. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Schenk, T. and L. Susskind (2015). Using role-play simulations to encourage adaptation: Serious games as tools for action research. Action Research for Climate Change Adaptation: Developing and applying knowledge for governance. A. van Buuren, J Eshuis and M. van Vliet, Eds. London and New York: Routledge.
Schenk, T. (2014). Boats and Bridges in the Sandbox: Using Role Play Simulation Exercises to Help Infrastructure Planners Prepare for the Risks and Uncertainties Associated With Climate Change. Infranomics: Sustainability, Engineering Design and Governance. A.V. Gheorghe, M. Masera and P.F. Katina, eds. Berlin, Germany: Springer.
Juras, A. and T. Schenk (2006). Abwasser in Budapest. Grenzen der Privatisierung: Wann ist des Guten zu viel? E.U. von Weizsäcker, O.R. Young and M. Finger, Eds. Stuttgart: S.Hirzel Verlag, pp 45-48.
Juras, A. and T. Schenk (2005). Budapest Sewage Works: Partial privatization of a Central European Utility. Limits to Privatization: How to Avoid Too Much of a Good Thing. E.U. von Weizsäcker, O.R. Young and M. Finger, Eds. London and Sterling, VA: Earthscan, pp 34-39.
Juras, A. and T. Schenk (2005). Union Miniere Pirdop Copper, Bulgaria: A case of privatization and the environment. Limits to Privatization: How to Avoid Too Much of a Good Thing. E.U. von Weizsäcker, O.R. Young and M. Finger, Eds. London and Sterling, VA: Earthscan, pp 47-50.
Eriksen, C., V. Sword-Daniels, E.E.H. Doyle, R. Alaniz, C. Adler, T. Schenk and S. Vallance (2016). Embodied Uncertainty: Living with Complexity and Natural Hazards. Journal of Risk Research, doi:10.1080/13669877.2016.1200659.
Edelenbos, J., I. van Meerkerk and T. Schenk (2016). The Evolution of Community Self-Organization in Public Sector Governance: Cross-case insights from three countries. American Review of Public Administration, doi:10.1177/0275074016651142.
Shi, L., E. Chu, I. Anguelovski, A. Aylett, J. Debats, K. Goh, T. Schenk, K.C. Seto, D. Dodman, D. Roberts, J.T. Roberts and S.D. VanDeveer (2016). Roadmap towards justice in urban climate adaptation research. Nature Climate Change, 6: 131–137.
Schenk, T., R.A.L. Vogel, N. Maas and L. Tavasszy (2016). Joint Fact-Finding in Practice: Review of a Collaborative Approach to Climate-Ready Infrastructure in Rotterdam. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 16(1): 273-293.
World Social Science Fellows on Risk Interpretation and Action (2014). Reporting on the Seminar – Risk Interpretation and Action (RIA): Decision Making Under Conditions of Uncertainty. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies. 18 (1), pp. 27-37.
Bollinger, L.A., C.W.J. Bogmans, E.J.L. Chappin, G.P.J. Dijkema, J.N. Huibregtse, N. Maas, T. Schenk, M. Snelder, P. van Thienen, S. de Wit, B. Wols and L.A. Tavasszy (2013). Climate Adaptation of Interconnected Infrastructures: A Framework for Supporting Governance. Regional Environmental Change, 13(1); DOI: 10.1007/s10113-013-0428-4.
Popular press, reports and other publications
Schenk, T., D. Plumb and E. Paul (2011). Preparing Through Simulation: Using Role-Play Exercises to Incorporate Climate Risks Into Decision-Making. Practical Solutions for a Warming World: American Meteorological Society Conference on Climate Adaptation, July 2011.
Filcak, R., T. Schenk and R. Atkinson (2006). Sustainability in Action: NGO Initiatives for Sustainable Development in the Western Balkans. Szentendre, Hungary: The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe.
Simpson, J., T. Schenk and G. Krzywkowska (2003). Snapshot of Environmental Information Systems in South Eastern Europe: Current Progress and Future Priorities. Szentendre, Hungary: The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe.