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Transformative outcomes: assessing and reorienting experimentation with transformative innovation policy

Bipashyee Ghosh, Paula Kivimaa, Matias Ramirez, Johan Schot & Jonas Torrens (2021)

Abstract The impending climate emergency, the Paris agreement and Sustainable Development Goals demand significant transformations in economies and societies. Science…

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A formative approach to the evaluation of Transformative Innovation Policies

Jordi Molas-Gallart, Alejandra Boni, Sandro Giachi & Johan Schot (2021)

Transformative Innovation Policies (TIPs) assert that addressing the key challenges currently facing our societies requires profound changes in current socio-technical…

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User innovation, niche construction and regime destabilization in heat pump transitions

Mari Martiskainen, Johan Schot and Benjamin Sovacool (2021)

Domestic heating systems require a rapid shift to low-carbon options to meet global climate targets. We analyse a heat pump…

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Shaping the directionality of sustainability transitions: the diverging development patters of solar photovoltaics in two Chinese provinces

Kejia Yang, Johan Schot and Bernhard Truffer (2021)

This paper investigates how actors across spatial levels shape the directions of transition. We examine two Chinese provinces, Inner Mongolia…

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Deep transitions: Theorizing the long-term patterns of socio-technical change

Laur Kanger and Johan Schot (2019)

The contemporary world is confronted by a double challenge: environmental degradation and social inequality. This challenge is linked to the…

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Deep Transitions: Emergence, Acceleration, Stabilization and Directionality

Johan Schot and Laur Kanger (2018)

Industrial society has not only led to high levels of wealth and welfare in the Western world, but also to…

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Three Frames for Innovation Policy: R&D, Systems of Innovation and Transformative Change

Johan Schot and W. Edward Steinmueller (2018)

Science, technology and innovation (STI) policy is shaped by persistent framings that arise from historical context. Two established frames are…

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Niches in Evolutionary Theories of Technical Change

Johan Schot and Frank Geels (2007)

Authors: Johan Schot and Frank Geels Abstract: In this article, the use of the niche concept for explaining radical technical…

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Technocratic Internationalism in the Interwar Years: Building Europe on Motorways and Electricity Networks

Johan Schot and Vincent Lagendijk (2008)

Authors: Johan Schot and Vincent Lagendijk Abstract: In the autumn of 1898, the popular English journalist William T. Stead undertook…

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Experts and European Transport Integration 1945-1958

Johan Schot and Frank Schipper (2011)

Authors: Johan Schot and Frank Schipper Abstract: This article explores the role of experts in shaping European transport policies and…

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Confronting the Second Deep Transition through the Historical Imagination

Johan Schot (2016)

Author: Johan Schot I have traveled many disciplines: from history of technology, science and technology studies, transport history, Dutch history,…

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Unpacking the formation of favourable environments for urban experimentation: the case of the Bristol energy scene

Jonas Torrens, Philip Johnstone and Johan Schot (2018)

Authors: Jonas Torrens, Philip Johnstone and Johan Schot Keywords: Urban experimentation Strategic Niche Management Urban Energy Transitions Sustainability Transitions Urban…

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Seedbeds, harbours, and battlegrounds: On the origins of favourable environments for urban experimentation with sustainability

Jonas Torrens, Philip Johnstone, Rob Raven and Johan Schot (2019)

Authors: Jonas Torrens, Johan Schot, Rob Raven and Phil Johnstone Highlights Transitions studies assume places may as act as protective…

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Expectation dynamics and niche acceleration in China’s wind and solar power development

Kejia Yang, Ralitsa Petrova Hiteva and Johan Schot (2020)

Authors: Kejia Yang, Ralitsa Petrova Hiteva, Johan Schot This paper addresses the question of how alignment dynamics between niche and…

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The roles of users in shaping transitions to new energy systems

Johan Schot, Laur Kanger and Geert Verbong (2016)

Current government information policies and market-based instruments aimed at influencing the energy choices of consumers often ignore the fact that…

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Twisted Paths to European Integration: Comparing Agriculture and Transport Policies in a Transnational Perspective

Kiran Klaus Patel and Johan Schot (2011)

Taking the comparison of agricultural and transport policies as an example, this article argues for a new way of writing…

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Typology of Sociotechnical Transition Pathways

Frank Geels and Johan Schot (2007)

Contributing to debates about transitions and system changes, this article has two aims. First, it uses criticisms on the multi-level…

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Regime shifts to sustainability through processes of niche formation: The approach of strategic niche management

René Kemp, Johan Schot and Remco Hoogma (1998)

The unsustainability of the present trajectories of technical change in sectors such as transport and agriculture is widely recognized. It…

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