2010

Facilitating Sustainable Innovation through Collaboration

A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective

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ISBN: 978-90-481-3158-7 (Print) 978-90-481-3159-4 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

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    Pages 1-16

    Facilitating Sustainable Innovation through Collaboration

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    Pages 17-39

    Sustainability Considerations and Triple-Helix Collaboration in Regional Innovation Systems

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    Pages 41-58

    Partnerships and Sustainable Regional Innovation Systems: Special Roles for Universities?

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    Pages 59-76

    Obstacles to and Facilitators of the Implementation of Small Urban Wind Turbines in the Netherlands

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    Pages 77-96

    Regional Sustainability, Innovation and Welfare Through an Adaptive Process Model

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    Pages 97-114

    FOCISS for an Effective Sustainable Innovation Strategy

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    Pages 115-133

    The Emergence of Sustainable Innovations: Key Factors and Regional Support Structures

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    Pages 135-157

    Disruption or Sustenance? An Institutional Analysis of the Sustainable Business Network in West Michigan

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    Pages 159-183

    Regional Perspectives on Capacity Building for Ecodesign – Insights from Wales

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    Pages 185-201

    Fostering Responsible Tourism Business Practices Through Collaborative Capacity-Building

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    Pages 203-216

    Backcasting Using Principles for Implementing Cradle-to-Cradle

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    Pages 217-232

    Corporate Strategies for Sustainable Innovations

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    Pages 233-246

    Strategic Alliances for Environmental Protection

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    Pages 247-264

    Towards Sustainability Through Collaboration Between Industrial Sectors and Government: The Mexican Case

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 265-272