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Kern, F. and M. Howlett (2009): ‘Implementing Transition Management as Policy Reforms: A Case Study of a Policy Initiative in the Dutch Energy Sector’, Policy Sciences, 42 (4): 391-408. Document
Kivimaa, Paula; Mickwitz, Per (2011). Public policy as part of transforming energy systems: framing bioenergy in Finnish energy policy. Journal of Cleaner Production 19(16): 1812-1821. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2011.02.004 Document
Lars Coenen, Fernando J. Diaz Lopez, Comparing systems approaches to innovation and technological change for sustainable and competitive economies. Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 18, Issue 12, August 2010, Pages 1149-1160 Document
Lars Coenen, Rob Raven, Geert Verbong, Local niche experimentation in energy transitions: A theoretical and empirical exploration of proximity advantages and disadvantages, forthcoming in Technology in Society,es, Technology in Society Document
Managing the transition to sustainability in an emerging economy: Evaluating green growth policies in Indonesia Document
Markard, J. 2011 (in press). Transformation of Infrastructures: Sector Characteristics and Implications for Fundamental Change. Journal of Infrastructure Systems (ASCE). Document
Markard, J., Petersen, R., 2009. The offshore trend: Structural changes in the wind power sector. Energy Policy, 37 (9), 3545-3556. Document
Markard, J., Raven, R.P.J.M., Truffer, B., 2012. Towards a research agenda on sustainability transitions. Introduction paper to special section on sustainability transitions. Research Policy, 41, 955-967 Document
Markard, J., Stadelmann, M., Truffer, B., 2009. Prospective analysis of innovation systems. Identifying technological and organizational development options for biogas in Switzerland. Research Policy, 38 (4), 655-667 Document
Markard, J., Truffer, B., 2006. Innovation processes in large technical systems: Market liberalization as a driver for radical change? Research Policy, 35 (5), 609-625 Document