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López, F.J.D. (author), Montalvo, C. (author)
Different bodies of literature have attempted to explain what factors and events drive industries throughout processes of environmental change. The latter is a gradual, historical process of evolution from lower to higher degrees of development. Based on concepts derived from evolutionary economics, greening technological progress and resource...
article 2015
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Tan, A.R. (author), Diaz Lopez, F.J. (author), Mudgal, S. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
Despite the apparent potential of product-service systems (PSS) as a more profitable, resource efficient and socially responsible form of eco-innovation, there has seemingly been limited uptake of this type of business model. A current gap in the literature is that most of the available academic work on PSS has focussed on design strategies,...
report 2013
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Diaz Lopez, F.J. (author), Montalvo Corral, C. (author)
Different bodies of literature have attempted to explain what factors and events drive industries and firms towards more advanced levels of environmental performance. This is a gradual, historical process of evolution from lower to higher degrees of development. Based on notions derived from green evolutionary economics literature this article...
report 2011
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Coenen, L. (author), Diaz Lopez, F.J. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
This paper makes a distinction between three theoretical frameworks that have been highly influential in the discourse on innovation, competitiveness and sustainability: sectoral systems of innovation (SSI), technological innovation systems (TIS) and socio-technical systems (ST-Systems). These frameworks share a common systems approach to...
article 2010
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