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Experimenting with sustainable transport innovations : a workbook for strategic niche management
• A submitted manuscript is the version of the article upon submission and before peer-review. There can be important differences between the submitted version and the official published version ofExpand
Theoretical approaches to social innovation – A critical literature review
The SI-DRIVE report “Theoretical approaches to Social Innovation – A Critical Literature Review” delivers a comprehensive overview on the state of the art of theoretically relevant building blocksExpand
[European communities].
  • M. Weber
  • Medicine
  • Die Agnes Karll-Schwester, der Krankenpfleger
  • 1969
The most important innovation in the structure of the European Communities since the accession of Spain and Portugal to the Communities (and the consequent commencement of the current transitionalExpand
Noise policy: sound policy? A meta level analysis and evaluation of noise policy in the Netherlands
  • M. Weber
  • Political Science
  • 18 December 2013
Due to its negative health effects, noise policy has been developed in the Netherlands during the last four decades, aimed at preventing and reducing noise by road and railway traffic, industry andExpand
Developing what customers really need: Involving customers in innovations
  • M. Weber
  • Engineering
  • 4th IEEE International Conference on Management…
  • 21 October 2008
Involving users in new product design and development is in itself not a new phenomenon. Academic research on the subject, however is relatively new. Since this new millennium research on userExpand
Assessing the Effects of Industrial Relations Systems and Efforts to Improve the Quality of Working Life on Organizational Effectiveness
This study assesses the relationships among characteristics of industrial relations systems, efforts to improve the quality of working life, and selected measures of organizational effectiveness inExpand
Sustainable apple breedings needs sustainable marketing and management
Apple breeding programmes are currently in the middle of transition in terms of ownership and management. Until now most of them were funded by the public. Breeding took place by traditionalExpand
ServPPIN. The Contribution of Public and Private Services to European Growth and Welfare, and the Role of Public-Private Innovation Networks. Servppin Final Publishable Summary Report
ServPPIN is a research project focusing on the role of public and private services in growth and welfare and the particular role of public-private innovation networks (PPINs). Service public-privateExpand