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|Safarzynska, K., and J.C.J.M. van den Bergh (2010). Demand-supply coevolution with multiple increasing returns: Policy analysis for unlocking and system transitions. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 77(2): 297–317.||Document|
|Safarzynska, K., and J.C.J.M. van den Bergh (2010). Evolving power and environmental policy: Explaining institutional change with group selection. Ecological Economics 69(4): 743-752.||Document|
|Sengers, F., Raven, R. 2014. Metering motorbike mobility: informal transport in transition? Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 1-16||Document|
|Sengers, F., Raven, R.P.J.M., Venrooij, A. van, (2010), From riches to rags: biofuels, media discourses and resistance to sustainable energy technologies, Energy Policy, 38, 5013-5027||Document|
|Smith, A. and F. Kern (2009): ‘The transitions storyline in Dutch environmental policy’, in: Environmental Politics, 18(1): 78-98.||Document|
|Smith, A., Raven, R.P.J.M., 2012., Towards a theory of niche protection in transitions to sustainability, Research Policy, 41, 1025-1036||Document|
|Smith, A.; Voß, J.-P.; Grin, J. (2010): Innovation studies and sustainability transitions: The allure of the multi-level perspective and its challenges. In: Research Policy 39/4, S. 435-448.||Document|
|Special Issue on 'Sociotechnical experiments in Asia - a driver for sustainability?', Environmental Science and Policy, 13(4), 2010||Document|
|Special issue on Designing long-term policies, in Policy Sciences 42(4), 2009||Document|
|Special section on Innovation and Sustainability Transitions, Research Policy, 2010, Vol. 39, No. 4, p. 435-510||Document|