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14-11: Crowdfunding niches? Exploring the potential of crowdfunding for financing renewable energy niches in the Netherlands
Eleftheria Vasileiadou, Boukje Huijben and Rob Raven
14-09: Does working with industry come at a price? A study of doctoral candidates’ performance in collaborative vs. non-collaborative PhD projects
Negin Salimi and Rudi Bekkers
14-08: “Let’s do it ourselves”: Individual motivations for investing in renewables at community level
Gabriella Doci and Eleftheria Vasileiadou
14-07: Dynamic capabilities for service innovation: conceptualization and measurement
Matthijs Janssen, Carolina Castaldi and Alexander Alexiev
14-06: Exploring the transition potential of renewable energy communities
Gabriella Doci, Eleftheria Vasileiadou and Arthur Petersen
14-05: Crowd science: it is not just a matter of time (or funding)
Eleftheria Vasileiadou
14-04: Business ICT Adoption and Open Access: The Example of SMEs at Industrial Parks in the Netherlands
Bert Sadowski
14-03: Consumer Cooperatives as a new Governance Form: The Case of the Cooperatives in the Broadband Industry
Bert Sadowski
14-02: General Purpose Technologies: A Survey, a Critique and Future Research Directions
Sadaf Bashir and Bert Sadowski
14-01: The Adoption of Information and Communication Technologies in the Design Sector and their impact on Firm Performance: Evidence from the Dutch Design Sector
Sadaf Bashir, Uwe Matzat and Bert Sadowski
13-10: Collective institutional entrepreneurship and contestations in wind energy in India
Suyash Jolly and Rob Raven
13-09: Governance Mode Choice in Collaborative PhD Projects
Negin Salimi, Rudi Bekkers and Koen Frenken
13-08: Not quite the end for Jatropha? A case study of the financial viability of biodiesel production from Jatropha in Tanzania
Scott Bryant and Henny Romijn
13-07: The evolution of the Dutch dairy industry and the rise of cooperatives.A research note
Koen Frenken
13-06: Threshold models of technological transitions
Paolo Zeppini, Koen Frenken and Roland Kupers
13-05: Governance and success of university-industry collaborations on the basis of Ph.D. projects: an explorative study
Negin Salimi, Rudi Bekkers and Koen Frenken
13-04: The complexity of transitions
Paolo Zeppini, Koen Frenken and Roland Kupers
13-03: Related Variety, Unrelated Variety and Technological Breakthroughs: an analysis of U.S. state-level patenting
Carolina Castaldi, Koen Frenken and Bart Los
13-02: Innovation diffusion in networks: the microeconomics of percolation
Paolo Zeppini, Koen Frenken and Luis Izquierdo
13-01: Just-in-time inventions and the development of standards: How firms use opportunistic strategies to obtain standard-essential patents (SEPs)
Byeongwoo Kang and Rudi Bekkers
12-05: Designing for a living? Income determinants among firm founders in the Dutch design sector
Arthur Vankan, Koen Frenken and Carolina Castaldi
12-04: Interrogating Protective Space: Shielding, Nurturing and Empowering Dutch Solar PV
Bram Verhees, Rob Raven, Frank Veraart, Adrian Smith and Florian Kern
12-03: Breaking out of the national: Foundations for a multi-scalar perspective of socio-technical transitions
Rob Raven, Johan Schot and Frans Berkhout
12-02: Standardizing Sustainability: Certifying Tanzanian biofuel smallholders in a global supply chain
Henny Romijn, Sanne Heijnen and Saurabh Arora
12-01: Recombinant Innovation and Endogenous Transitions
Koen Frenken, Luis Izquierdo and Paolo Zeppini
11-07: Industrial dynamics and economic geography: a survey
Koen Frenken, Elena Cefis and Erik Stam
11-06: Innovative business models for sustainable biofuel production: the case of Tanzanian smallholder jatropha farmers in the global biofuel chain
Annelies Balkema and Henny Romijn
11-05: What is protective space? Reconsidering niches in transitions to sustainability
Adrian Smith and Rob Raven
11-04: Path dependence in technologies and organizations: a concise guide
Carolina Castaldi, Giovanni Dosi and Evita Paraskevopoulou
11-03: Optimal modularity: A demonstration of the evolutionary advantage of modular architectures
Koen Frenken and Stefan Mendritzki
11-02: Translation Mechanisms in Socio-Technical Niches. A case study of Dutch river management
Rob Raven, Geert Verbong, Wouter Schilpzand and Marten Witkamp
11-01: SPATIAL DIFFERENTIATION IN INDUSTRIAL DYNAMICS A CORE-PERIPHERY ANALYSIS BASED ON THE PAVITT-MIOZZO-SOETE TAXONOMY
Marco Capasso, Elena Cefis and Koen Frenken
10-10: The emerging empirics of evolutionary economic geography
Ron Boschma and Koen Frenken
10-09: Emergence of a biofuel economy in Tanzania: Local developments and global connections from an institutional perspective
Saurabh Arora, Marjolein Caniëls and Henny Romijn
10-08: The interplay between standardization and technological change: A study on wireless technologies, technological trajectories, and essential patent claims
Rudi Bekkers and Arianna Martinelli
10-07: Strategic Niche Management (SNM) beyond sustainability. An exploration of key findings of SNM through the lens of ICT and privacy
W.F. Schilpzand, Rob Raven and Q.C. van Est
10-06: Strategic Niche Management of Social Innovations: the Case of Social Entrepreneurship
Marten Witkamp, Rob Raven and Lamber Royakkers
10-05: Co-innovation by KIBS in Environmental Services: A Resource-based View
Carolina Castaldi, Jan Faber and Maikel Kishna
10-04: The Jatropha Biofuels Sector in Tanzania 2005-9: Evolution Towards Sustainability?
Marjolein Caniëls and Henny Romijn
10-03: Emerging models of public-private interplay for European broadband access: Evidence from the Netherlands and Italy
Alberto Nucciarelli, Bert Sadowski and Paola Achard
10-02: The citation impact of research collaboration in science-based industries: A spatial-institutional analysis
Koen Frenken, Roderik Ponds and Frank Oort
10-01: Geography of Scientific Knowledge: A Proximity Approach
Koen Frenken
07-02: Mechanisms of Local Knowledge Spillovers: Evidence from the Software Cluster in Uruguay
Effie Kesidou, Marjolein Caniëls and Henny Romijn
07-01: Development of new supply chains: Insights from Strategic Niche Management
Marjolein Caniëls, Janske van Eijck and Henny Romijn
06-13: The Nature of Organizing Design: both like and unlike material object design
Joan Ernst van Aken
06-12: Prospects for Jatropha Biofuels in Developing Countries: An analysis for Tanzania with Strategic Niche Management
Henny Romijn and Janske van Eijck
06-11: Do Local Knowledge Spillovers Matter for Development? An Empirical Study of Uruguay’s Software Cluster
Effie Kesidou and Henny Romijn
06-10: Developing characteristics of an intrapreneurship-supportive culture
H.C. Menzel, R.Krauss and M.Weggeman
06-09: State aid, open access and market size: two cases of fith network implementation in Dutch municipalities
Bert Sadowski, M. de Rooij and Jan Smits
06-08: Network embeddedness and the exploration of novel technologies: technological distance, betweenness centrality and density
Victor Gilsing, Bart Noteboom, Wim Vanhaverbeke, Geert Duysters and Ad van Noord
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