Tag Archives: Sustainability Transition
NEW EDITED BOOK: “Business Models for Sustainability Transitions: How Organisations Contribute to Societal Transformation”
A new and unique book that systematically combines sustainability transitions and business model research.
On the 13th of December 2019, Minttu Laukkanen defended her PhD thesis “Sustainable business models for advancing system-level sustainability”. The thesis can be downloaded here: http://www.urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-335-471-5
New Book on “Business Models for Sustainability Transformations” – Call for Chapters – 30th Oct 2019
Title of the book: Business models for sustainability transformations Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan Editors: Annabeth Aagaard and Florian Lüdeke-Freund The objective of the book: To inspire academia, businesses and society with empirical and theory-based research, case studies and case examples of novel and innovative business models that are being radically transformed and/or that have the potential […]
Papers in Brief (XXI): Bidmon & Knab (2017): The three roles of business models in societal transitions
This paper offers a conceptual link between business model and transition literature. It describes three distinct roles in which business models impact sustainability transitions.
“Sustainable Business Models: Companies & The Great Transformation” – The Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW) Annual Meeting 2013
The German Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW) dedicated its annual meeting 2013 to “The Great Transformation” (WBGU, 2011). The meeting was held in Berlin on 20th and 21st November and was titled “Business Model Sustainability – Economy and Economic Promotion in The Great Transformation” (original title: “Geschäftsmodell Nachhaltigkeit – Wirtschaft und Wirtschaftsförderung in der […]
A post by Dr. Matthew J. Hannon, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London. Setting the Scene There is a growing consensus that many of the current systems we rely on to satisfy our human needs (e.g. comfort, mobility, nutrition etc.) are fundamentally unsustainable. Consequently, there is a pressing need to both swiftly and radically reconfigure […]