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Schepelmann, P. (author), Susanne Fischer, S. (author), Drews, M. (author), Bastein, A.G.T.M. (author), Kropp, J. (author), Krummenauer, L. (author), Augenstein, K. (author)
The article introduces and exemplifies the approach of evidence-based narratives (EBN). The methodology is a product of co-design between policy-making and science, generating robust intelligence for evidence-based policy making in the Directorate General for Research and Innovation of the European Commission (DG RTD) under the condition of high...
article 2021
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Wehn, U. (author), Montalvo, C. (author)
The urgent need for innovation to address multifaceted and intertwined water-related challenges is becoming increasingly clear, acknowledged and responded to with cumulating sources and amounts of funding. Nevertheless, the water sector has been claimed to be less innovative than other sectors. This Special Volume on the dynamics of water...
article 2018
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Wehn, U. (author), Montalvo, C. (author)
Innovation systems theory stresses the central importance of knowledge and the transfer of knowledge
article 2016
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Breukers, S. (author), Hisschemöller, M. (author), Cuppen, E. (author), Suurs, R. (author)
This paper explores the potential of combining technological innovation systems research with a participatory stakeholder dialogue, using empirical material from a dialogue on the options of sustainable biomass in the Netherlands and several historical studies into the emerging Dutch biomass innovation system. These studies identified and...
article 2014
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Ortt, J.R. (author), Langley, D.J. (author), Pals, N. (author)
There are serious gaps in the scientific literature relating to niche strategies as a means for commercializing new high-tech products. In particular, there is no clarity about what types of niche strategies can be distinguished, or how a niche strategy can be selected to suit a certain ituation. In this paper, we identify generic actors,...
conference paper 2013
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van der Vlies, R.D. (author), Felix, E. (author)
Telecare technology is not common yet, although it is perceived as promising. Most studies on telecare technology transfer present a case involving the use of a single methodology and approach during some steps of technology transfer. Technology transfer models cannot be sensibly constructed if they don't consider the whole innovation process,...
bookPart 2013
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Suurs, R.A.A. (author), Diaz Lopez, F.J. (author), de Boer, J. (author), Miedema, M.C. (author), Mashelkar, R.A. (author)
Inclusive innovation literature provides manifold examples and some answers as to how projects can achieve the full potential of the BoP market and what factors can be considered important in determining the likelihood of an innovation’s success. But the existing literature and methods for analysis are mostly oriented towards firms’ strategies...
report 2013
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Alkemade, F. (author), Suurs, R.A.A. (author)
Innovation is characterized by uncertainties, high risks, large investments and late returns on investment which make it a complex process. This is particularly true for sustainable innovation where market forces alone cannot be relied upon to realize the desired transitions. Insight in the dynamics of such innovation processes is necessary in...
article 2012
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Coenen, L. (author), Suurs, R.A.A. (author), van Sandick, E.H.D. (author)
other 2011
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Woolthuis, R.J.K. (author)
This article discusses the strategies that sustainable entrepreneurs use to interact with their environment in the Dutch construction industry. The Dutch construction industry is under great pressure to move towards sustainability, and entrepreneurs are believed to be able to play a large role in this transition by introducing new products and...
article 2010
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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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Suurs, R.A.A. (author), Hekkert, M.P. (author), Kieboom, S. (author), Smits, R.E.H.M. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
This study contributes to insights into mechanisms that influence the successes and failures of emerging energy technologies. It is assumed that for an emerging technology to fruitfully develop, it should be fostered by a Technological Innovation System (TIS), which is the network of actors, institutions and technologies in which it is embedded....
article 2010
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Suurs, R.A.A. (author), Hekkert, M.P. (author), Smits, R.E.H.M. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
This study provides insight into the development of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in the Netherlands (1980-2007). This is done by applying a Technological Innovation System (TIS) approach. This approach takes the perspective that a technology is shaped by a surrounding network of actors, institutions and technologies. When a technology is...
article 2009
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