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|Frederik Dahlmann and Gareth Veal (2016) THE ROLE OF UMBRELLA AGREEMENTS IN ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY GOALS: ENERGY EFFICIENCY AT THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING. Journal of Green Building: Winter 2016, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 71-94. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3992/j||Document|
|Gaziulusoy, A. I., Boyle, C. & McDowall, R. (In Press). System innovation for sustainability: a systemic double-flow scenario method for companies. Journal of Cleaner Production.||Document|
|Geels, F.W. (2002), ‘Technological transitions as evolutionary reconfiguration processes: A multi-level perspective and a case-study’, Research Policy, 31(8-9), 1257-1274||Document|
|Geels, F.W. and R.P.J.M. Raven, 2006, ‘Non-linearity and expectations in niche-development trajectories: Ups and downs in Dutch biogas development (1973-2003)’, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 18(3-4), 375-392||Document|
|Geels, F.W. and Schot, J.W., 2007, ‘Typology of sociotechnical transition pathways', Research Policy, 36(3), 399-417||Document|
|Geels, F.W. and Verhees, B., 2011, ‘Cultural legitimacy and framing struggles in innovation journeys: A cultural-performative perspective and a case study of Dutch nuclear energy (1945-1986)’, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 78(6), 910-930||Document|
|Geels, F.W., 2005, ‘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', Technology in Society, 27(3), 363-397||Document|
|Geels, F.W., 2005, ‘Processes and patterns in transitions and system innovations: Refining the co-evolutionary multi-level perspective’, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 72(6), 681-696||Document|
|Geels, F.W., 2005, ‘The dynamics of transitions in socio-technical systems: A multi-level analysis of the transition pathway from horse-drawn carriages to automobiles (1860-1930),’ Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 17(4), 445-476||Document|
|Geels, F.W., 2006, ‘The hygienic transition from cesspools to sewer systems (1840-1930): The dynamics of regime transformation’, Research Policy, Vol. 35, No. 7, pp. 1069-1082||Document|