Policy mixes for sustainability transitions : an extended concept and framework for analysis

@inproceedings{Reichardt2017PolicyMF,
  title={Policy mixes for sustainability transitions : an extended concept and framework for analysis},
  author={Kristin A Reichardt},
  year={2017}
}
Reaching a better understanding of the policies and politics of transitions presents a main agenda item in the emerging field of sustainability transitions. One important requirement for these transitions, such as the move towards a decarbonized energy system, is the redirection and acceleration of technological change, for which policies play a key role. In this regard, several studies have argued for the need to combine different policy instruments in so-called policy mixes. However, existing… CONTINUE READING
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