Industrial Ecology and Spaces of Innovation

Voorkant
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 jan. 2006 - 352 pagina's
This is an especially timely book. Carefully organized and well motivated, its power lies in the explicit effort to ask how industrial ecology and innovation studies do, can and should intersect. Reid Lifset, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Stud
 

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1 At the interface of innovation studies and industrial ecology
3
an introduction
28
techniques and cases
43
new approaches to modelling and benchmarking
45
4 Industrial symbiosis in the UK
77
a new planning platform for developing countries
106
perspectives on transformation and variety
129
the case of the frozen pea
131
9 Industrial consumption and innovation
203
the view from theories of practice
220
11 Ecology of intermediation
238
PART 5 Governance and values
253
a social ecology perspective
255
13 The social and political ecology of industrial ecology
272
PART 6 Conclusion
303
emerging themes
305

an international assessment of regulation governance and rm networks
153
the experience of China
175
PART 4 Consumption and intermediation
201

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