In chapter 7 of the anthology Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Space, an article on the GCA has been published. Marja Lena Hoffmann, Maike Gossen and Nina Güldenpenning present the green consumption assistant as a potential solution for the information complexity of sustainable consumption decisions.

The anthology aims to collect current German-language research on ConSR in the digital space and to open a suitable discourse space on different, interdisciplinary perspectives. It addresses questions such as how shared or joint responsibility can be understood in the digital context in the first place, what effects the digitalization of consumption has on the information and sanctioning potential of consumers, and what roles digital decision architectures and the expansion of consumption action options are able in this context.