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., & Thelken, H.N. (2020). Challenging markets for sustainability: the conjoint influence of entrepreneurs and activists through bottom up change.
- No 2. Enthoven, M.P.M., De Jong, G., & Thelken, H.N. (2020). Entrepreneurial opportunity recognition for sustainable development: the role of values and problem recognition.
- No 3. Faber, N., & Jonker, J. (2020). At your service: How can Blockchain be used to address societal challenges?
- No 4. Jonker, J., & Faber, N. (2020). Business models for multiple value creation: Exploring strategic changes in organisations enabling to address societal challenges.
- No 5. Faber, N., & Jonker, J. (2020). Economische middelen en businessmodellen voor sociaal ondernemen.
- No 6. Thelken, H.N., Enthoven, M.P.M., & Ünal, A.B. (2020). Cognitive strategies to resolve paradoxical tensions between sustainability and profitability in sustainable enterprises: an individual-level approach.
- No 01. Vrenegoor, F., Cavagnaro, E. & de Jong, G. (2019). Investigating the motivating values of micro and small sized accommodation owner/managers to enter into (sustainable) entrepreneurship.
- No 02. Thelken, H.N. & de Jong, G. (2019). On the influence of the big five on consideration of future consequences.
- No 03. Thelken, H.N. & de Jong, G. (2019). On the intention formation process in sustainable entrepreneurship.
- No 04. Eikelenboom, M., de Jong, G. & Long, T.B. (2019). Circular business models in social housing associations: bridging ecological goals and social contexts.
- No 05. Enthoven, M.P.M., de Jong, G. & Ünal, A.B. (2019). Entrepreneurial opportunities as solutions for sustainable development: the relationship between problem recognition and opportunity recognition.
- No 06. Folmer, E., Rebmann, A. & Stephan, U. (2019). A model of solidarity and social entrepreneurship.
- No 07. Corradini, C., Folmer, E. & Rebmann, A. (2019). Listening to the buzz: exploring the link between firm creation and regional relational structures as reflected by social media.
- No 08. Folmer, E., Stephan, U. & Kozlinska, I. (2019). Collaborating for impact: social enterprises and their impacts across regional contexts.
- No 09. Long, T.B., Blok, V., Dorrestijn, S. & Macnaghten, P. (2019). A tool for installing responsible innovation in new technology based firms.
- No 10. Long, T.B., Blok, V. & Macnaghten, P. (2019) Socio-ethical issues and sustainable entrepreneurship: the factors that influence decision-making in the innovation process.
- No 11. Long, T.B., Blok, V. & Macnaghten, P. (2019) Trying to have it all: how sustainable entrepreneurs manage tensions and conflicts in responsible innovation.
- No 12. Long, T.B., Coninx, I. & Blok, V. (2019). The diffusion of climate-smart agricultural innovations: systems level factors.
- No 13. Long, T.B. & van Waes, A. (2019). When new business models go bad: irresponsible innovation and the case of cycle hire schemes.
- No 14. Long, T.B., Iñigo, E. & Blok, V. (2019). Responsible management of innovation in business.
- No 15. Long, T.B. & Young, C.W. (2019). The extent to which supply chain mitigation strategies influence business models.
- No 16. Long, T.B. & Blok, V. (2019). Sustainable Entrepreneurship and responsible innovation: the role of investors in managing socio-ethical issues.
- No 17. Long, T.B., Blok, V., Dorrestijn, S., and Macnaghten, P., (2019) The design and testing of a tool for developing responsible innovation in start-up enterprises.
- No 18. Teixeira C.P., Spears R., & Yzerbyt V.Y. (in press) Is Martin Luther King or Malcolm X the more acceptable face of protest? High-status groups' reactions to low-status groups' collective action.
- No 19. Enthoven, M. P. M., & Brouwer, A. E. (2019). What fires up my cooking? The choice for a sustainable cuisine: passion and self-transcendence in the restaurant business.
- No 20. Long., T.B., Blok, V. and Coninx, I., (2019) The diffusion of climate-smart agricultural innovations: Systems level factors that inhibit sustainable entrepreneurial action.
- No 21. Corradini, C., Folmer, E., Rebmann, A. 2019. Listening to the buzz: exploring the link between firm creation and regional relational structures as reflected by social media.
- No 22. Geiger, J. L., Steg, L., van der Werff, E., & Ünal, A. B. (2019). A meta-analysis of factors related to recycling.
- No 23. Greco, A., Long, T.B., and de Jong, D. (2019) The Freezing Effect of Sustainability Paradoxes and Conflicting Identities in Hybrid Organisations.
- No 24. Eikelenboom, M. & de Jong, G. 2019. The impact of dynamic capabilities on the sustainability performance of SMEs.
- No 25. Jonker, J., & Faber, N. (2019). Insights from teaching sustainable business models using a MOOC and a Hackathon.
- No 26. Enthoven, M. P. M., & Brouwer, A. E. (2019). Investigating spatial concentration of sustainable restaurants : It is all about good food
- 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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