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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.

Besides the working paper series the monograph and Phd thesis series of the Centre for Sustainable Entrepreneurship offer state-of-the art academic research related to understanding the causes and consequences of sustainable entrepreneurship in a circular economy.

Working paper series


  • No 9. Jonker, J. & Faber, N. (2021). Organizing for Sustainability: A Guide to Developing New Business Models.
  • No 10. Amend, C. and Cavangaro, E. (2021). Can social norms motivate Thermomix users to eat sustainably?
  • No 14. Schadenberg, D. and Folmer, E. (2021). Getting the story right: how second-hand stores use storytelling to gain legitimacy with multiple audiences.
  • No 18. Duursma, G. (2021). Welcoming volunteers: How can non-hospitality organisations engender, foster and maintain hospitable behaviour by their volunteers.
  • No 19. de Jong, M., & Grit, A. (2021). Contemporary Dutch Museums in a Post-Covid Era.
  • No 20. de Jong, M., & Grit, A. (2021, planned). Dit is wat de toekomst brengt voor hedendaagse musea in Nederland: een case study.


  • No 7. Long, T. B., Iñigo, E., & Blok, V. (2020). Responsible management of innovation in business. In Research Handbook of Responsible Management.
  • No 8. Greco, A., Eikelenboom, M., and Long, T.B., (2020) Innovating for Sustainability Through Collaborative Innovation Contests.
  • No 9. Dawo, H., Long, T.B., and De Jong, G., (2020) Barriers for Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site: An exploratory study. PROWAD Link: Sustainable Growth and Nature Protection Interreg Project.
  • No 10. Long, T.B. and Greco, A., (2020) Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Responsible Innovation.
  • No 11. Coster, A., de Jong, M. and Grit, A. (2020). A sustainable future for Frisian folklore.



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