Bernhard Truffer

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Environmental innovations and sustainability related initiatives have received increasing attention in the recent economic geography and regional studies literature. In how far sustainability concerns might also lead to fundamental transformations in technologies, industries and life styles (so‐called sustainability transitions) has however found much less(More)
Keywords: Sustainability transitions Multi-level perspective Socio-technical regime Institutionalization Institutional logics Australian urban water sector a b s t r a c t In recent years, socio-technical transitions literature has gained importance in addressing long-term, transformative change in various industries. In order to account for the inertia and(More)
The top priorities for urban water sustainability include the provision of safe drinking water, wastewater handling for public health, and protection against flooding. However, rapidly aging infrastructure, population growth, and increasing urbanization call into question current urban water management strategies, especially in the fast-growing urban areas(More)
  • Anna Bergek, Marko Hekkert, Staffan Jacobsson, Jochen Markard, Björn Sandén, Bernhard Truffer
  • 2015
This paper addresses interactions between technological innovation systems (TIS) and wider " context structures ". While TIS studies have always considered various kinds of contextual influences, we suggest that the TIS framework can be further strengthened by a more elaborated conceptualization of TIS context structures and TIS–context interactions. For(More)
Published within the PROKNOW series on science policy studies. Abstract The EU-funded project Production of Knowledge Revisited: The Impact of Academic Spin-Offs on Public Research Performance in Europe (PROKNOW) aims at analysing the interactions between public research institutions and academic spin-offs focussing on the impact of entrepreneurial(More)