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Experimenting with sustainable transport innovations : a workbook for strategic niche management
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Managing technology in society: the approach of constructive technology assessment
Part 1: The Constructive Technology Assessment Discourse: Technology Assessment and Reflexive Social Learning: observations from the Risk Field, Bryan Wynne (Constructive) Technology Assessment: AnExpand
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An agenda for sustainability transitions research: State of the art and future directions
Research on sustainability transitions has expanded rapidly in the last ten years, diversified in terms of topics and geographical applications, and deepened with respect to theories and methods.Expand
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Managing Technology in Society
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Deep transitions: Emergence, acceleration, stabilization and directionality
The unfolding of industrial modernity has led to high levels of wealth and welfare in the Western world but also to increasing global ecological degradation and social inequality. The routine mode ofExpand
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Niches in evolutionary theories of technical change A critical survey of the literature
In this article, the use of the niche concept for explaining radical technical change is explored. Contributions of various strands of literatures are elaborated and systematized in a taxonomy.Expand
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Environmental Strategies for Industry: International Perspectives on Research Needs and Policy Implications
Many large firms and multinational corporations are beginning to develop innovative environmental strategies that acknowledge the fact that sound environmental policies can actually enhance economicExpand
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