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Bart Bossink
VU University Amsterdam
128Publications
15H-index
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#1S. Mousavi (Chalmers University of Technology)H-Index: 2
#2Bart Bossink (VU: VU University Amsterdam)H-Index: 15
Abstract This paper studies the initiation of a partnership between a corporation and a nongovernmental organization (NGO) for environmentally sustainable innovation, as well as its development over time. Proceeding from a dynamic capabilities approach, it provides a retrospective, longitudinal examination of a 10-year partnership between KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) and the World Wildlife Fund for Nature Netherlands (WNF), which promoted a market for aviation biofuels. The case study suggests...
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This paper explores the potential of university-industry technology transfer through science-based entrepreneurship education (SBEE). The scientific literature focuses mostly on enabling university-industry technology transfer via university-industry collaboration in research, and not so much in (science) education. The paper identifies four strands of relevant literature for further theorizing SBEE principles to research its contribution to industry-technology transfer: 1. Embedding entrepreneu...
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#1Kai Xu (Tongji University)
#2Bart BossinkH-Index: 15
Last.Qiang Chen (Tongji University)
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An efficiency evaluation of China’s regional sustainable innovation, evaluating industrial waste and total energy consumption, is the main research subject in this paper. It focuses on a regional measurement and comparison of these undesirable outputs of Chinese firm activities, such as industrial SO2 and CO2 emissions. By applying a data envelopment analysis–slack-based measure (DEA–SBM) model with undesirable outputs indicators, the regional innovation efficiency was evaluated for 30 provinces...
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#2Bart BossinkH-Index: 15
Last.Peter van der SijdeH-Index: 9
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While many food producers invest in adopting sustainable and/or environmentally friendly packaging for regular foods, such as milk or juice, it remains unclear why consumers choose to buy regular food in such packaging, especially when it is more expensive and other alternatives are available. The purpose of this paper is to present a systematic literature review of all studies on the predictors of consumer food purchasing in environmentally friendly packaging published in the period 1994–2019. ...
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#1Doede KeuningH-Index: 1
#2Bart BossinkH-Index: 15
Last.Brian TjemkesH-Index: 6
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Last.Brian TjemkesH-Index: 6
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