Working paper series
The Centre for Sustainable Entrepreneurship is dedicated to the circular society. Sustainable entrepreneurship offers the creative potential needed to balance and preserve economic, social, and ecological systems. The Centre will offer a master of science in sustainable entrepreneurship for students, master classes for business leaders and sustainability labs for academics scholars. The working paper series provide academic research by our PhD researchers in the field of Sustainable Entrepreneurship.
Working paper series
- No 1. Enthoven, M.P.M. & Brouwer, A.E. (2017). Sustainable Entrepreneurship: Values, Social Networks and Spatial Concentration.
- No 2. Greco, A. (2017). Business Case Investigation for the Zero Energy Refurbishment of Commercial Buildings.
- No 3. Eikelenboom, M. (2017). Buyer-Supplier Interactions for Sustainability and the Relational View: a Literature Review.
- No 4. Thelken, H.N. & de Jong, G. (2017). A value chain perspective on sustainable entrepreneurship: Insights from marine debris recycling.
- No 5. Enthoven, M.P.M. & de Jong, G. (2017). Sustainable opportunity recognition: A systematic literature review on individual factors.
- No 6. Greco, A. & de Jong, G. (2017). Sustainable entrepreneurship: definitions, themes and research gaps.
- No 8. Klein Woolthuis, R.J.A. & de Jong, G. (2017). The diffusion of novelty and field change. A cross case comparison of sustainable innovation in Germany, Spain and the Netherlands.
- No 9. Klein Woolthuis, R.J.A., Lankhuizen, M.B.M & de Jong, G. (2017). The diffusion of solar panels in Germany, Spain and The Netherlands.
- No 10. Klein Woolthuis, R.J.A. & de Jong, G. (2017). The dynamics of Institutional Pressures.
- No 11. Klein Woolthuis, R.J.A. & Taminiau, Y. (2017). Waves of change - The dynamics of Institutional Pressures.
- No 12. Eikelenboom, M. & de Jong, G. (2017). The impact of dynamic capabilities on sustainable performance: theory and evidence from Dutch SMEs.
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