Publications

    Cross-Sector Collaborations for Sustainable Development  
    Authors: P. van Seters et al.
    Project: III.7

    Cultural Enthusiasm, Resistance and the Societal Embedding of New Technologies: Psychotropic Drugs in the 20th Century  
    Authors: F.W. Geels,T. Pieters & S. Snelders
    Date: March 2007
    References: Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 19, (2), 145–165
    Project: I.3

    Economics and Transitions: Lessons from Economic Sub-disciplines  
    Authors: J. van den Bergh & R. Kemp
    Date: Oct. 2006
    References: commissioned by KSI

    Functions of innovation systems: A new approach for analysing technological change  
    Authors: M.P. Hekkert, R.A.A. Suurs, S.O. Negro, S. Kuhlmann, R.E.H.M. Smits
    Date: accepted 2 March 2006
    References: Technological Forecasting & Social Change xx (2006) xxx–xxx
    Project: I.2

    How Emergence Arises  
    Authors: J. de Haan
    Date: July 2006
    Project: II.2

    How perceived uncertainties influence transitions; the case of micro-CHP in the Netherlands  
    Authors: I.S.M. Meijer, M.P. Hekkert, J.F.M. Koppenjan
    Date: accepted 23 February 2006
    References: Technological Forecasting & Social Change xx (2006) xxx–xxx

    Imagining sustainability: the added value of transition scenarios in transition management  
    Authors: S. Sondeijker, J. Geurts, J. Rotmans & A. Tukker
    Date: 2006
    References: Foresight 8 (5) 2006, pp.15-30
    Project: II.7

    Managing transitions for sustainable development  
    Authors: Loorbach, D., Rotmans, J.
    Date: 2006
    Project: II.3

    Monitoring transitions: a new challenge for innovation practice and policy  
    Authors: M. Taanman, E. Roelofs, S. Emmert, R. Weterings, H. Diepenmaat, M. van de Lindt
    References: submitted
    Project: II.8

    Niche accumulation and hybridisation strategies in transition processes towards a sustainable energy system. An assessment of differences and pitfalls.  
    Authors: R. Raven
    Date: April 2007
    References: Energy Policy, 35, 2390-2400
    Project: III.3.c

    Niches in evolutionary theories of technical change. A critical survey of the literature.  
    Authors: J. Schot, F. Geels
    Date: accepted January 2007
    References: forthcoming in Journal of Evolutionary Economics
    Project: I.1

    Non-linearity and expectations in niche-development trajectories: Ups and downs in Dutch biogas development (1973-2003)  
    Authors: F. Geels & R. Raven
    Date: accepted 2007
    References: Technology Analysis and Strategic Management
    Project: III.3.c

    Perceived uncertainties regarding socio-technological transformation: towards a framework    
    Authors: I.S.M. Meijer, M.P. Hekkert, J. Faber, R.E.H.M. Smits
    Date: 2006
    References: International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy, 2 (2), p214-240
    Link: http://www.inderscience.com/

    Power in Transition  
    Authors: F. Avelino and J.Rotmans
    References: Working Paper NOT to be Cited without Authors´ Permission
    Project: II.1

    Social learning by doing in sustainable transport innovations: Ex-post analysis of common factors behind successes and failures  
    Authors: J. van den Bergh, E. van Leeuwen, F. Oosterhuis, P. Rietveld, E. Verhoef
    Date: 2007

    Socio-cognitive evolution and co-evolution in competing technical trajectories. Biogas development in Denmark (1970-2002).  
    Authors: F. Geels & R. Raven
    Date: Feb 2007
    References: International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, Vol. 14, 63-77
    Project: III.3.c

    Strategic niche management for biofuels. Analysing past experiments for developing new biofuel policies.  
    Authors: W. van der Laak, R. Raven, G. Verbong
    Date: June 2007
    References: Energy Policy, Vol. 35, 3213-3225
    Project: III.3.c

    Survival of the greenest: evolutionary economics and policies for energy innovation  
    Authors: J.C.J.M. van den Bergh, A. Faber, A.M. Idenburg & F.H. Oosterhuis
    Date: 2006
    References: Environmental Sciences, March 2006; 3 (1): 57-71
    Project: II.9

    Towards a governance perspective on the dynamics of reflexive modernisation: Lessons from sustainable water management  
    Authors: L.Sterrenberg, J. Grin & P. van Rooy
    Date: 2007
    Project: III.8

    Towards alternative trajectories. Reconfigurations in the Dutch electricity regime.  
    Authors: R. Raven
    Date: May 2006
    References: Research Policy, Vol 35, 581-595
    Project: III.3.c

    Towards transition managemen to European water resources  
    Authors: R. van der Brugge, J. Rotmans
    Date: 20 April 2006
    References: Water ResourcesManagement, DOI 10.1007/s11269-006-9052-0
    Project: II.2

    Typology of sociotechnical transition pathways  
    Authors: Frank W. Geels, Johan Schot
    References: forthcoming in Research Policy
    Project: I.1

Practice reports

 

    Begin Zeeuws Transitieproces; Moet, kan en wil Zeeland veranderen?  
    Authors: P. Henneman, J. de Haan, J. Rotmans & M. Minnesma
    Date: Sept. 2006

    The jellyfish clash; ontknoping van het fijnstoprobleem.  
    Authors: R. van Raak, S. van de Krogt, R. van der Brugge & H. te Riele
    Date: Sept. 2006

Conference papers

 

    An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Dutch Mobility Governance  
    Authors: F. Avelino, J. van Bakel, M.Dijk, J.Nijhuis, B.Pel and D.Verbeek
    Date: May 2007
    References: conference paper / submitted paper
    Project: II.1

    How innovation impacts society. Patterns and mechanisms through which innovation projects contribute to transitions  
    Authors: S. van den Bosch, M. Taanman
    References: Innovation Pressure Conference 2006, 15th -17th March, Tampere, Finland
    Project: III.3.b

    Optimal land use and the allocation of endogenous amenities  
    Authors: W. Grevers, A. van der Veen
    Date: August 30th - September 3rd, 2006
    References: Paper prepared for the 46th Congress of the European Regional Science Association, Volos, Greece
    Project: II.5

    Strategic niche management and transition experiments  
    Authors: R. Raven, S. van den Bosch & R. Weterings
    Date: June 2007
    References: Paper for the 4th Dubrovnic Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy Water and Environment Systems, June 4-8, Dubrovnic, Croatia
    Project: III.3.c

    The Ecological Modernization of Social Practices at the Consumption-Junction  
    Authors: G. Spaargaren
    Date: June 2-3, 2006
    References: Discussion-paper for the ISA-RC-24 conference ‘Sustainable Consumption and Society’, Madison, Wisconsin
    Project: II.6

Scientific articles in international, peer-reviewed journals

 

    Analysing emerging innovation systems: a functions approach to foresight.  
    Authors: Alkemade, F., Kleinschmidt, C., Hekkert, M.P.
    Date: 2007
    References: International Journal Foresight and Innovation Policy, 3 (2), pp. 139-168

    Analysing the breakthrough of rock 'n' roll (1930-1970): Multi-regime interaction and reconfiguration in the multi-level perspective.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: article in press
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 21 pp.

    Assessing transition trajectories towards a sustainable energy system: A case study on the Dutch transition to climate-neutral transport fuel chains.  
    Authors: Suurs, R.A.A., Hekkert, M.P., Meeus, M.T.H., Nieuwlaar, E.
    Date: 2004
    References: Innovation: management, policy and practice, 6, pp. 269-286

    Book review: Structuration Theory (ed. Rob Stones).  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G., Mommaas, H.
    Date: 2006
    References: Sociology, 40, pp. 1219-1220

    Causes of low productivity of cocoa in Ghana: farmers' perspectives and insights from research and the socio-political establishment.  
    Authors: Dormon, E.N.A., Huis, A. van, Leeuwis, C., Obeng-Ofori, D., Sakyi-Dawson, O.
    Date: 2004
    References: Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences (NJAS), 52-3/4, pp. 237-259

    Co-evolution of technology and society: The transition in water supply and personal hygiene in the Netherlands (1850-1930) – a case study in multi-level perspective.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technology in Society, 27(3), pp. 363-397

    Co-evolution of waste and electricity regimes: Multi-regime dynamics in the Netherlands (1969-2003).  
    Authors: Raven, R.P.J.M.
    Date: 2007
    References: Energy Policy, 35, pp. 2197-2208

    Co-evolutionary and multi-level dynamics in transitions: The transformation of aviation systems and the shift from propeller to turbojet (1930-1970).  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2006
    References: Technovation, 26(9), pp. 999-1016

    Colloborative but not inclusive: the democratic disconnect of network governance.  
    Authors: Hendriks, C.M.,
    Date: revised submission
    References: Public Administration, 36 pp.

    Competing technologies and the struggle towards a new dominant design: the emergence of the hybrid vehicle at the expense of the fuel cell vehicle?  
    Authors: Hekkert, M.P., Hoed, R. van den
    Date: 2006
    References: Greener Management International, 47, pp. 29-47

    Conclusions: Towards a More Informal EU?  
    Authors: Mak, J., Tatenhove, J.P.M. van
    Date: 2006
    References: Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 7 (1), pp. 124-131

    Consumer-oriented monitoring and environmental reform.  
    Authors: Burg, S.W.K. van den, Mol, A.P.J., Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2003
    References: Environment and Planning C-Government and Policy, 21 (3), pp. 371-388

    Contextualising Reflexive Governance: The politics of Dutch transitions to sustainability.  
    Authors: Hendriks, C.M. & Grin, J.
    Date: forthcoming
    References: Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 32 pp.

    Cultural enthusiasm, resistance and the societal embedding of new technologies: Psychotropic drugs in the 20th century.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W., Pieters, T., Snelders, S.
    Date: 2007
    References: Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 19(2), pp. 145-165

    Doing reflexive modernisation in pig husbandry the hard work of changing the course of a river.  
    Authors: Bos, B., Grin, J.
    Date: accepted 2007
    References: Science, Technology and Human Values, 31 pp.

    Dung, Sludge, and Landfill. Biogas Technology in the Netherlands, 1970-2000.  
    Authors: Raven, R.P.J.M., Verbong, G.P.J.
    Date: 2004
    References: Technology and Culture, 45 (3), pp. 519-539

    Dynamics in socio-technical systems: Typology of change processes and contrasting case studies.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W., Kemp, R.
    Date: submitted
    References: Technology in Society, 22 pp.

    Ecological Modernisation Theory in Debate: a Review.  
    Authors: Mol, A.P.J., Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2000
    References: Environmental Politics, 9 (1), pp. 17-50

    Ecological Modernization and Consumption: a Reply.  
    Authors: Mol, A.P.J., Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2004
    References: Society and Natural Resources, 17 (3), pp. 261-265

    Environment and Participation in a Context of Political Modernisation.  
    Authors: Tatenhove, J.P.M. van, Leroy, P.
    Date: 2003
    References: Environmental Values, 12, pp. 155-174

    Environment, Modernity and the Risk-Society: The Apocalyptic Horizon of Environmental Reform.  
    Authors: Mol, A.P.J., Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 1993
    References: International Sociology, 8 (4), pp. 431-459

    Explaining the failure of the Dutch innovation system for biomass digestion – A functional analysis.  
    Authors: Negro, S.O., Hekkert, M.P., Smits, R.E.
    Date: 2007
    References: Energy Policy, 35, pp. 925-938

    Fields of Conflict and Castles in the Air. Some Thoughts and Observations on the Role of Communication in Public Sphere Innovation Processes.  
    Authors: Leeuwis, C.
    Date: 2004
    References: The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 10 (2), pp. 63-76

    Finding niches for whole-farm design models – contradictio in terminis?.  
    Authors: Sterk, B., Ittersum, M. van, Leeuwis, C., Rossing, W., Keulen, H. van, Ven, G. van de
    Date: revised version: april 2007
    References: Agricultural Systems, 37 pp.

    From Additions and Withdrawals to Environmental Flows: Reframing Debates in the Environmental Social Sciences.  
    Authors: Mol, A.P.J., Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2005
    References: Organization and Environment, 18 (1), pp. 91-107

    From sectoral systems of innovation to socio-technical systems: Insights about dynamics and change from sociology and institutional theory.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2004
    References: Research Policy, 33(6/7), pp. 897-920

    Functions of innovation systems: A new approach for analysing technological change.  
    Authors: Hekkert, M.P., Suurs, R.A.A., Negro, S.O., Kuhlmann, S., Smits, R.E.H.M.
    Date: 2007
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74, pp. 413-432

    Governance for sustainable development: moving from theory to practice.  
    Authors: Kemp, R., Parto, S., Gibson, R.B.
    Date: 2005
    References: International Journal Sustainable Development, 8, 1 / 2, pp. 12-30

    Governance for the energy transition: Practice of transition management in the Netherlands.  
    Authors: Loorbach, D., Brugge, R. van der, Taanman, M.
    Date: accepted for publication
    References: International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management, 24 pp.

    Hands off but strings attached: The contradictions of policy-induced demand-driven agricultural extension.  
    Authors: Klerx, L., Grip, K. de, Leeuwis, C.
    Date: 2006
    References: Agriculture and Human Values, 23, pp. 189-204

    How emergence arises.  
    Authors: Haan, J. de
    Date: 2007
    References: Ecological Complexity, 19 pp.

    How perceived uncertainties influence transitions the case of micro-CHP in the Netherlands.  
    Authors: Meijer, I.S.M., Hekkert, M.P., Koppenjan, J.F.M.
    Date: 2007
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 74, pp. 519-537

    Imagining sustainability: the added value of transition scenarios in transition management.  
    Authors: Sondeijker, S., Geurts, J., Rotmans, J., Tukker, A.
    Date: 2006
    References: Foresight, 8, pp.15-30

    Implementation as communicative action. An interpretive understanding of interactions between policy actors and target groups.  
    Authors: Grin, J., Graaf , H. van de
    Date: 1996
    References: Policy Sciences 29 (4), pp. 291-319

    Instrumentalization Theory and Reflexive Design in Animal Husbandry.  
    Authors: Bos, B.
    Date: forthcoming
    References: Social Epistemology, 18 pp.

    Integrated Deliberation: Reconciling civil society's dual role in deliberative democracy.  
    Authors: Hendriks, C.M.,
    Date: 2006
    References: Political Studies, 54(3), pp. 486-508

    Introduction: Informality in a Future EU.  
    Authors: Mak, J., Tatenhove, J.P.M. van
    Date: 2006
    References: Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 7 (1), pp. 1-7

    Land tenure and differential soil fertility management practices among native and migrant farmers in Wenchi, Ghana: implications for interdisciplinary action research.  
    Authors: Adjei-Nsiah, S., Leeuwis, C., Giller, K.E., Sakyi-Dawson, O., Cobbina, J., Kuyper, T.W., Abekoe, M., Werf, W. van der
    Date: 2004
    References: Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences (NJAS), 52-3/4, pp. 331-348

    Lifestyles, Consumption and the Environment: the Ecological Modernisation of Domestic Consumption.  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G., Vliet, B.J.M. van
    Date: 2000
    References: Environmental Politics 9 (1), pp. 50-77

    Local and global dynamics in technological development: A socio-cognitive perspective on knowledge flows and lessons from reinforced concrete.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W., Deuten, J.J.
    Date: 2006
    References: Science and Public Policy, 33(4), pp. 265-275

    Local Ecologies and Global Science: Discourses and Strategies of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme.  
    Authors: Kwa, C.
    Date: 2005
    References: Social Studies of Science, 35 (6), pp. 923-950

    Lock-in and change: Distributed generation in Denmark in a long-term perspective.  
    Authors: Vleuten, E.B.A. van der, Raven, R.P.J.M.
    Date: 2006
    References: Energy Policy, 34, pp. 3739-3748

    Major system change through stepwise reconfiguration: A multi-level analysis of the transformation of American factory production (1850-1930).  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2006
    References: Technology in Society, 28(4), pp. 445-476.

    Managing Uncertainties in the Transition towards Sustainability: Cases of Emerging Energy Technologies in the Netherlands.  
    Authors: Meijer, I.S.M., Hekkert, M.P.
    Date: accepted for publication
    References: Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning (special issue), 30 pp.

    More evolution than revolution: transition management in public policy.  
    Authors: Rotmans, J., Kemp, R., Asselt, M. van
    Date: 2001
    References: Foresight, 3 (1), 17 pp

    Multi-regime interactions in the Dutch energy sector. The case of combined heat and power technologies in the Netherlands 1970-2000.  
    Authors: Raven, R.P.J.M.
    Date: forthcoming
    References: Technology Analysis and Strategic Niche Management, 18 pp.

    Natural gas as an alternative to crude oil in automotive fuel chains well-to-wheel analysis and transition strategy development.  
    Authors: Hekkert, M.P., Hendriks, F.H.J.F., Faaij, A.P.C., Neelis, M.L.
    Date: 2005
    References: Energy Policy, 33, pp. 579-594

    Niche accumulation and hybridisation strategies in transition processes towards a sustainable energy system: An assessment of differences and pitfalls.  
    Authors: Raven, R.P.J.M.
    Date: 2007
    References: Energy Policy, 35, pp. 2390-2400

    Niches in evolutionary theories of technical change: A critical survey of the literature.  
    Authors: Schot, J.W., Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2007
    References: Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 18 pp.

    Non-linearity and expectations in niche-development trajectories: Ups and downs in Dutch biogas development (1973-2003).  
    Authors: Geels, F.W., Raven, R.P.J.M.
    Date: 2006
    References: Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 18(3/4), pp. 375-392

    Participatory Storylines and their Impact on Deliberative Forums.  
    Authors: Hendriks, C.M.
    Date: 2005
    References: Policy Sciences, 38, pp. 1-20

    Patterns of Cumulative Causation in the Formation of a Technological Innovation System: The case of Biofuels in the Netherlands.  
    Authors: Suurs, R.A.A., Hekkert, M.P.
    Date: submitted for publication
    References: Research Policy, 38 pp.

    Perceived uncertainties regarding socio-technological transformations: towards a framework.  
    Authors: Meijer, I.S.M., Hekkert, M.P., Faber, J., Smits, R.E.H.M.
    Date: 2006
    References: International Journal Foresight and Innovation Policy, 2 (2), pp. 214-240

    Policy and power: A conceptual framework between the 'old' and 'new' policy idioms.  
    Authors: Arts, B., Tatenhove, J.P.M. van
    Date: 2004
    References: Policy Sciences, 37, pp. 339-356

    Policy Instruments, meaningful action and learning. Implications for long term governability and democracy.  
    Authors: Graaf, H. van de, Grin, J.
    Date: 1999
    References: Espaces et Sociétés, no. 97-98, pp. 63-90.

    Political Modernisation and Policy Arrangements: A Framework for Understanding Environmental Policy Change.  
    Authors: Arts, B., Leroy, P., Tatenhove, J.P.M. van
    Date: 2006
    References: Public Organiz. Rev., 6, pp. 93-106

    Practices for reflexive design: lessons from a Dutch programme on sustainable agriculture.  
    Authors: Grin, J., Felix, F., Bos, B., Spoelstra, S.
    Date: 2004
    References: Int. J. Foresight and Innovation Policy, vol. 1, no. 1-2, p. 126-149

    Praxis Stories: experiencing interpretive policy research.  
    Authors: Hendriks, C. M.,
    Date: forthcoming
    References: Critical Public Policy: Analysis and Practice, 35 pp.

    Radical innovation as a multi-level process: Introducing floating grain elevators in the port of Rotterdam.  
    Authors: Driel, H. van, Schot, J.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technology and Culture, 46,1, pp. 51-76

    Reconceptualizing Participation for Sustainable Rural Development: Towards a Negotiation Approach.  
    Authors: Leeuwis, C.
    Date: 2000
    References: Development and Change, 31, pp. 931-959

    Renewable energy technologies in the Maldives – Realizing the potential.  
    Authors: Alphen, K. van, Hekkert, M.P., Sark, W.G.J.H.M. van
    Date: article in press
    References: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 19 pp.

    Roles of systemic intermediaries in transition processes.  
    Authors: Lente, H. van, Hekkert, M.P., Smits, R.E.H.M., Waveren, B. van
    Date: 2003
    References: International Journal of Innovation Management, 7 (3), pp. 1-33

    Ruling out innovations – technological regimes, rules and failures: The cases of heat pump power generation and bio-gas production in The Netherlands.  
    Authors: Raven, R.P.J.M., Verbong, G.P.J.
    Date: 2004
    References: Innovation: policy and practice, 6, pp. 178-198

    Social learning by doing in sustainable transport innovations: Ex-post analysis of common factors behind successes and failures.  
    Authors: Bergh, J.C.J.M. van den, Leeuwen, E.S. van, Oosterhuis, F.H., Rietveld, P., Verhoef, E.T.
    Date: article in press
    References: Research Policy, 14 pp.

    Societal acceptance of carbon capture and storage technologies.  
    Authors: Alphen, K. van, Voorst tot Voorst, Q. van, Hekkert, M.P., Smits, M.E.H.M.
    Date: article in press
    References: Energy Policy, 13 pp.

    Socio-cognitive evolution and co-evolution in competing technical trajectories: Biogas development in Denmark (1970-2000).  
    Authors: Geels, F.W., Raven, R.P.J.M.
    Date: 2007
    References: International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 14 (1), pp. 63-77

    Sociology, Environment and Modernity: Ecological Modernization as a Theory of Social Change.  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G., Mol, A.P.J.
    Date: 1992
    References: Society and Natural Resources, 5, pp. 323-344

    Sociotechnical scenarios as a new policy tool to explore system innovations: Co-evolution of technology and society in the electricity domain.  
    Authors: Hofman, P.S., Elzen, B.E., Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2004
    References: Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice, 6(2), pp. 344-360

    Strategic niche management for biofuels: Analysing past experiments for developing new biofuel policies  
    Authors: Laak, W.W.M. van der, Raven, R.P.J.M., Verbong, G.P.J.
    Date: 2007
    References: Energy Policy, 35, pp. 3213-3225

    Strategic transparency between food chain and society: cultural perspective images on the future of farmed salmon.  
    Authors: Vellema, S., Loorbach, D., Notten, P. van
    Date: 2006
    References: Production Planning & Control, 17 (6), pp. 624-632

    Survival of the greenest: evolutionary economics and policies for energy innovation.  
    Authors: Bergh, J.C.J.M. van den, Faber, A, Idenburg, A.M., Oosterhuis, F.H.
    Date: 2006
    References: Environmental Sciences, 3 (1), pp. 57-71

    Sustainable Consumption: A theoretical and environmental policy perspective.  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2003
    References: Society and Natural Resources, 16, pp. 687-701

    Technological transitions as evolutionary reconfiguration processes: A multi-level perspective and a case-study.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2002
    References: Research Policy, 31(8/9), pp. 1257-1274

    Technology Assessment as learning.  
    Authors: Grin, J., Graaf, H. van de
    Date: 1996
    References: Science, Technology and Human Values, 20 (1), pp. 72-99

    The bumpy road of biomass gasification in the Netherlands: Explaining the rise and fall of an emerging innovation system  
    Authors: Negro, S.O., Suurs, R.A.A., Hekkert, M.P.
    Date: article in press
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 21 pp.

    The dynamics of transitions in socio-technical systems: A multi-level analysis of the transition pathway from horse-drawn carriages to automobiles (1860-1930).  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 17(4), pp. 445-476

    The evolution of hydrogen research: Is Germany heading for an early lock-in?  
    Authors: Hekkert, M.P., Giessel, J.-F. van, Ros, M., Wietschel, M., Meeus, M.T.H.
    Date: 2005
    References: Hydrogen Energy, 30, pp. 1045-1052

    The hygienic transition from cesspools to sewer systems (1840-1930): The dynamics of regime transformation.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2006
    References: Research Policy, 35(7), pp. 1069-1082

    The Inter-play between Formal and Informal Practices.  
    Authors: Tatenhove, J.P.M. van, Mak, J., Liefferink, D.
    Date: 2006
    References: Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 7 (1), pp. 8-24

    The ongoing energy transition: Lessons from a socio-technical, multi-level analysis of the Dutch electricity system (1960-2004).  
    Authors: Verbong, G.P.J., Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2007
    References: Energy Policy, 35(2), pp. 1025-1037

    The politics of sustainable consumption: the case of the Netherlands.  
    Authors: Martens, S., Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2005
    References: Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy, 1 (1), pp. 1-14

    The programming of interdisciplinary research through informal science-policy interactions.  
    Authors: Kwa, C.
    Date: 2006
    References: Science and Public Policy, 33 (6), pp. 457-567

    The role of the evaluator in an interactive evaluation of cochlear implantation: Shaping power, trust and deliberation.  
    Authors: Reuzel, R., Grin, J., Akkerman, T.
    Date: 2007
    References: Int. J. Foresight & Innovation Studies, vol. 3 no. 1, p. 76-94

    The scene model: Getting a grip on sustainable development in policy making.  
    Authors: Grosskurth, J., Rotmans, J.
    Date: 2005
    References: Environment, Development and Sustainability, 7, pp. 135-151

    The transition in Dutch water management.  
    Authors: Brugge, R. van der, Rotmans, J., Loorbach, D.
    Date: 2005
    References: Regional Environmental Change, 5, pp. 164-176

    Tools for Integrated Sustainability Assessment: A two-track approach.  
    Authors: Rotmans, J.
    Date: 2006
    References: The Integrated Assessment Journal, 6 (4), pp. 35-57

    Towards alternative trajectories? Reconfigurations in the Dutch electricity regime.  
    Authors: Raven, R.P.J.M.
    Date: 2006
    References: Research Policy, 35, pp. 581-595

    Towards transition management of European water resources.  
    Authors: Brugge, R. van der, Rotmans, J.
    Date: accepted for publication
    References: Water Resources Management, Springer Netherlands, 19 pp.

    Transformations of large technical systems: A multi-level analysis of the Dutch highway system (1950-2000).  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2007
    References: Science Technology & Human Values, 32(2), pp.123-149

    Transition management as a model for managing processes of co-evolution towards sustainable development.  
    Authors: Kemp, R., Loorbach, D., Rotmans, J.
    Date: 2007
    References: International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 14, pp. 78-91

    Turning up the heat: partisanship in deliberative innovation.  
    Authors: Hendriks, C.M., Dryzek J.S., & Hunold C.
    Date: 2007
    References: Political Studies, 23 pp.

    Typology of sociotechnical transition pathways.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W., Schot, J.W.
    Date: 2007
    References: Research Policy, 36(3), pp. 399-417

    When the forum meets interest politics: strategic uses of public deliberation.  
    Authors: Hendriks, C.M.,
    Date: 2006
    References: Politics and Society. 34(4), pp. 571-602

Scientific articles in Dutch journals

 

    Transitiemanagement en duurzame ontwikkeling: Co-evolutionaire sturing in het licht van complexiteit.  
    Authors: Rotmans, J., Loorbach, D., Brugge, R. van der
    Date: 2005
    References: Beleidswetenschap, 19 (2), pp. 3-23

PhD theses

 

    Dynamics of Technological Innovation Systems. The Case of Biomass Energy.  
    Authors: Negro, S.O.
    Date: 2007
    References: (Co)promotoren: Prof.dr. R.E.H.M. Smits, Dr. M.P. Hekkert, Dr. A.P.C. de Faaij. Universiteit Utrecht, 168 pp.

    Strategic Niche Management for Biomass. A comparative study on the experimental introduction of bioenergy technologies in the Netherlands and Denmark.  
    Authors: Raven, R.P.J.M.
    Date: 2005
    References: (Co)promotoren: Prof.dr. J.W. Schot, Dr.ir. G.P.J. Verbong, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, 328 pp.

    Transition Management. New mode of governance for sustainable development.  
    Authors: Loorbach, D.A.
    Date: 2007
    References: (Co)promotoren: Prof.dr.ir. J. Rotmans, Prof.dr.ing. G. Teisman, Prof.dr. J. Grin, Prof.dr. M. van Twist, Dr. R. Kemp. Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, 328 pp.

Book Chapters

 

    Competing technologies and the struggle towards a new dominant design: the emergence of the hybrid vehicle at the expense of the Fuel Cell Vehicle?  
    Authors: Hekkert, M.P., Hoed, R. van den
    Date: 2006
    References: The Business of Sustainable Mobility: from vision to reality (eds. Nieuwenhuis, P., Vergragt, P., Wells, P.). Greenleaf Publishing

    Dealing with Environmental Risks in Reflexive Modernity.  
    Authors: Hogenboom, J., Mol, A.P.J., Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2000
    References: Risk in the Modern Age Social Theory, Science and Environmental Decision-Making (ed. Cohen, M.J.). London, MacMillan Press Ltd., pp. 83-106

    Dutch Policies to Manage the Transition to Sustainable Energy.  
    Authors: Kemp, R., Loorbach, D.
    Date: 2005
    References: Jahrbuch Ökologische Ökonomik: Innovationen und Transformation, Band 4 (eds. Beckenbach, F., et al), Metropolis, Marburg, pp. 123-150

    Dutch Power Relations. From German Occupation to the French Connection.  
    Authors: Verbong, G.P.J.
    Date: 2006
    References: Networking Europe. Infrastructures and the Shaping of Modern Europe (19th/20th centuries) (eds. Kaijser, A, Vleuten, E.B.A. van der). Sagamore Beach, USA: Science History Publications, pp. 217-244

    Duurzaam consumeren of ecologisch burgerschap?  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2003
    References: Burgers en Consumenten: tussen tweedeling en twee-eenheid (eds. Dagevos, H., Sterrenberg, L.). Wageningen, Wageningen Academic Publishers, pp. 70-85

    Ecological Modernization and the Environmental State.  
    Authors: Mol, A.P.J., Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2002
    References: The Environmental State under Pressure (eds. Mol, A.P.J., Buttel, F.H.). Oxford, Elsevier Science Ltd., pp. 33-53

    Globalisation and the role of Citizen-Consumers in Environmental Politics.  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G., Martens, S.G.
    Date: 2004
    References: A Handbook of Globalization and Environmental Policy (eds. Wijen, F., Zoeteman, K., Pieters, J.). Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 35 pp.

    Introduction: Globalization, Modernity and the Environment.  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G., Mol, A.P.J., Buttel, F.H.
    Date: 2000
    References: Environment and Global Modernity (eds. Spaargaren, G., Mol, A.P.J., Buttel, F.H., pp. 1-16

    Managing the transition to sustainable mobility.  
    Authors: Kemp, R., Rotmans, J.
    Date: 2004
    References: System Innovation and the Transition to Sustainability (eds. Elzen, B., Geels, F.W., Green, K.). Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 137-167

    Political Consumerism for Sustainable Consumption Practices. Rethinking the commitments of citizen-consumers with environmental change.  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G.
    Date: 2005
    References: Ciencie, Tecnologia e Sociedade Novos Modelos de Governanca (eds. Miranda Santos, M. de, Vogt, C., Franca, J.G.E. de, Guivant, J.S.). Brasilia, Centro de Gesta e Estudos Strategicos, pp. 135-169

    Reflexive modernization as a governance issue - or: designing and shaping Re-structuration.  
    Authors: Grin, J.
    Date: 2006
    References: Reflexive Governance for Sustainable Development (eds. Voß, J.-P., Bauknecht, D., Kemp, R.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 54-81

    Sustainable technologies and everyday life.  
    Authors: Spaargaren, G., Martens, S.G., Beckers, T.A.M.
    Date: 2006
    References: User behaviour and Technology Development: shaping Sustainable Relations Between Consumers and Technologies (eds. Verbeek, P.P., Slob, A.). Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 107-118

    The Practical Value of Theory: Conceptualizing learning in pursuit of sustainable development.  
    Authors: Loeber, A., Mierlo, B. van, Grin, J., Leeuwis, C.
    Date: 2007
    References: Social Learning towards a sustainable world (eds. Wals, A., Ley, T. van der). Wageningen: Wageningen UP, pp. 83-97

    The transition from coal to gas: radical change of the Dutch gas system.  
    Authors: Correljé, A., Verbong, G.P.J.
    Date: 2004
    References: System Innovation and the Transition to Sustainability: Theory, Evidence and Policy (eds. Elzen, B., Geels, F.W., Green, K.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 114-135

    Theories of learning. Agency, structure and change.  
    Authors: Grin, J., Loeber, A.
    Date: 2007
    References: Handbook of Public Policy Analysis. Theory, Politics, and Methods (eds. Fischer, F., Miller, G.J., Sidney, M.A.). CRC Press – Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 201-222

    Transition management for the Dutch energy transition: the multilevel governance aspects.  
    Authors: Kemp, R., Loorbach, D.
    Date: 2007
    References: The Transition to Renewable Energy: Theory and Practice (eds. Bergh, J.C.J.M. van den, Bruinsma, F.R.). Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 37 pp.

    Transition management: a reflexive governance approach.  
    Authors: Kemp, R., Loorbach, D.
    Date: 2006
    References: Reflexive Governance for Sustainable Development (eds. Voss, J., Bauknecht, D., Kemp, R.). Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 32 pp.

    Transition management: reflexive governance of societal complexity through searching, learning and experimenting.  
    Authors: Rotmans, J., Loorbach, D.
    Date: 2006
    References: Reflexive Governance for Sustainable Development (eds. Voss, J., Bauknecht, D., Kemp, R.). Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 53 pp.

    Transitions and institutional change: The case of the Dutch waste subsystem.  
    Authors: Parto, S., Loorbach, D., Lansink, A., Kemp, R.
    Date: 2007
    References: Industrial Innovation and Environmental Regulation (eds. Parto, S., Herbert-Copley, B.). UNU Press, Tokyo, pp. 223-257

    Transitions, Transformations, and Reproduction: Dynamics in Socio-Technical Systems.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W., Kemp, R.
    Date: 2006
    References: Flexibility and Stability in Economic Transformation (eds. McKelvey, M., Holmén, M.), Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 227-256

Special issues, sponsored by KSI

 

    Book review: The Internet in the Workplace (Patricia Wallace, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2004, 301 pp.).  
    Authors: Wakeland, W.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72, pp. 753–755

    Control of SO2 emissions from power plants: A case of induced technological innovation in the U.S..  
    Authors: Taylor, M.R., Rubin, E.S., Hounshell, D.A.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72, pp. 697-718

    Energy sector in transition – technologies and regulatory policies in flux.  
    Authors: Jorgensen, U.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72, pp. 719-731

    From my perspective: Why we need a strategic plan for 'spaceship earth'.  
    Authors: Corning, P.A.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72, pp. 749-752

    Give peas a chance: Transformations in food consumption and production systems.  
    Authors: Green, K., Foster, C.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72, pp. 663-679

    Introduction. Transitions towards sustainability through system innovation.  
    Authors: Elzen, B., Wieczorek, A.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72, pp. 651-661

    Learning and stakeholder participation in transition processes towards sustainability: Methodological considerations.  
    Authors: Kerkhof, M. van de, Wieczorek, A.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72, pp. 733-747

    Processes and patterns in transitions and system innovations: Refining the co-evolutionary multi-level perspective.  
    Authors: Geels, F.W.
    Date: 2005
    References: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72, pp. 681-696

Professional publications: reports, working papers, newspaper reports

 

    A Complexity Informed Heuristic Framework for Transition Dynamics in Society.  
    Authors: Brugge, R. van der
    Date: 2005
    References: Paper presented at the international Conference 'Complexity, Science and Society' (Liverpool, 11-14 September 2005), 16 pp.

    An interdisciplinary Perspective on Dutch Mobility Goverance.  
    Authors: Avelino, F., Bakel, J. van, Dijk, M., Nijhuis, J., Pel, B., Verbeek, D.
    Date: 2007
    References: Conference paper, to be presented in Dubrovnik (4-8 June 2007), 13 pp

    Assessing the Development of Biofuels in the Netherlands and Sweden: A Critical Comparison of (Strategic) Energy Policies.  
    Authors: Jonasson, K.M., Suurs, R.A.A., Hekkert, M.P.
    Date: 2006
    References: Conference paper Workshop on Sustainable Innovation Journeys, Utrecht, October 2006, 40 pp.

    Burger-consumenten in transities naar duurzame productie en consumptie.  
    Authors: Putmans, H.G.C.M., Nijhuis, J.O.
    Date: 2006
    References: 6 pp.

    Complex dynamics in a transactional model of societal transitions.  
    Authors: Timmermans, J.
    Date: 2006
    References: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Dutch Research Institute for Transitions), 19 pp.

    Complexity management for sustainable transport: the case of traffic management.  
    Authors: Pel, B.
    Date: 2007
    References: Conference paper, to be presented in Dubrovnik (4-8 June 2007), 10 pp.

    Cross-Sector Collaborations for Sustainable Development.  
    Authors: Ellersiek, A., Vermeulen, P., Seters, P. van
    Date: 2007
    References: 44 pp.

    De politiek van omwenteling met beleid.  
    Authors: Grin, J.
    Date: 2004
    References: Amsterdam: Vossiuspers. 39 pp. (Oratie)

    Economics and Transitions: Lessons from Economic Sub-disciplines.  
    Authors: Bergh, J. van den, Kemp, R.
    Date: 2006
    References: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Institute for Environmental Studies), 33 pp.

    En nu echt aan de slag met duurzame ontwikkeling. De prestaties van het Rijk bezien vanaf de werkvloer.  
    Authors: Aarts, W., Grin, J.
    Date: 2006
    References: Deel 3 in de Reeks Duurzame Ontwikkelingen. Utrecht: LvdO, 44 pp.

    Equivocations on the post privatization dynamics in agricultural innovation systems.  
    Authors: Leeuwis, C, Smits, R., Grin, J., Klerkx, L., Mierlo, B. van, Kuipers, A.
    Date: 2006
    References: In: The design of an Innovation-Enhancing Environment. Transforum Working Papers No. 4, pp. 3-58

    Facing the Adaptive Management challenge: complementary insights from transition management.  
    Authors: Brugge, R. van der, Raak, R. van
    Date: 2007
    References: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Dutch Research Institute for Transitions), 19 pp.

    Geschiedenis voor de toekomst.  
    Authors: Schoorlemmer, N.
    Date: 2005
    References: Spiegel Historiael, 40, 382-383

    Globalisering als draaggolf voor een duurzame ontwikkeling van het tuinbouwcluster: De tuinbouwdelta als bijdrage aan de transitie van de Nederlandse landbouw.  
    Authors: Verstegen, J., Seters, P. van & Grin, J.
    Date: 2005
    References: Tilburg: Globus Institute. Globus Report 05/09, 31 pp.

    How innovation impacts society. Patterns en mechanisms through which innovation projects contribute to transitions.  
    Authors: Bosch, S. van den, Taanman, M.
    Date: 2007
    References: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, 17 pp.

    Hype cycles: fact or fiction? A theoretical outline for the emperical analysis of a hype cycle.  
    Authors: Dignum, M., Verbong, G.P.J.
    Date: 2007
    References: Paper to be presented at the 'Negotiating the Future' (Oslo, 7 June 2007), 8 pp.

    Integrated Sustainability Assessment. What? Why? How?.  
    Authors: Weaver, P.W., Rotmans, J.
    Date: 2006
    References: Matisse Working Papers 1 (10-2006), 22 pp.

    Internationale Regierol Veehouderij. Een strategisch niche managementperspectief voor de varkenshouderij.  
    Authors: Verbong, G.P.J.
    Date: 2006
    References: Rapport in opdracht van Transforum Agro & Groen, 29 pp.

    Maatschappelijke innovatie: tussen droom en werkelijkheid staat complexiteit.  
    Authors: Rotmans, J.
    Date: 2005
    References: 89 pp. (Oratie)

    Naar een methode voor het Evalueren van Transitietrajecten. Functies van Innovatiesystemen toegepast op Biobrandstoffen in Nederland.  
    Authors: Suurs, R.A.A., Hekkert, M.P.
    Date: 2005
    References: Universiteit Utrecht in opdracht van Milieu- en Natuurplanbureau, 126 pp.

    Power in Transition.  
    Authors: Avelino, F. and Rotmans, J.
    Date: 2007
    References: 22 pp.

    Reflexive Governance: Learning to cope with fundamental limitations in steering sustainable development.  
    Authors: Voss, J.P., Kemp, R.
    Date: 2007
    References: 39 pp.

    Sustainable Development: how to manage something that is subjective and never can be achieved?  
    Authors: Kemp, R., Martens, P.
    Date: 2007
    References: 14 pp.

    Sustainable tourism mobility: the social practices approach.  
    Authors: Verbeek, D.H.P., Mommaas, J.T.
    Date: 2006
    References: Conference paper E-Clat conference, 11-14 June 2006, Westelbeers, 12 pp.

    SWOME Paper: Strategic actors and socio-technological development. The role of protection in biofuel development.  
    Authors: Ulmanen, J.H.
    Date: 2006
    References: Conference paper, presented during the SWOME Marktdag (5th of July, 2006), 5 pp.

    Transformation and Resilience of Water management regimes. Integration of water and spatial planning in Rotterdam.  
    Authors: Brugge, R. van der, Graaf, R. de
    Date: 2007
    References: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Dutch Research Institute for Transitions), 18 pp.

    Transitie-experimenten. Praktijkexperimenten met de potentie om bij te dragen aan transities.  
    Authors: Kemp, R., Bosch, S. van den
    Date: 2006
    References: Kenniscentrum voor duurzame systeeminnovaties en transities, 35 pp.

    Van gedragspraktijk naar beleidspraktijk. Een analytisch instrument voor een consument-georiënteerd milieubeleid.  
    Authors: Beckers, T.A.M., Spaargaren, G., Bargeman, B.
    Date: 2000
    References: In opdracht van Globus, Ministerie van VROM, 83 pp.

    Vlaanderen in de steigers. Visie op duurzaam wonen in bouwen in 2030 en actie voor nu.  
    Authors: Loorbach, D., e.a.
    Date: 2007
    References: In opdracht van Transitiearena DuWoBo, Belgisch Ministerie van Milieu-, Natuur-, Land en Waterbeheer, 90 pp.

    Voorbij het nieuwe Atlantis. Interview met Harry Lintsen.  
    Authors: Schoorlemmer, N.
    Date: 2006
    References: Geschiedenis Magazine, 41, jan.-febr. 2006, pp. 31-33


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