Tag Archives: Publication
Our article “A Review and Typology of Circular Economy Business Model Patterns” is part of a special feature of the Journal of Industrial Ecology on “Digging Deeper into the Circular Economy”. The articles in this special feature are available for free! Advertisements
Papers in Brief (XXIII): Bocken, Schuit & Kraaijenhagen (2018): Experimenting with a circular business model: Lessons from eight cases
Experimentation is an essential capability to innovate business models for sustainability. We conducted action research with eight case companies doing business experimentation and developed and applied a Circular Business Experiment Cycle.
Papers in Brief (XXII): Yang, Vladimirova & Evans (2017): Creating and Capturing Value through Sustainability: The Sustainable Value Analysis Tool
Based on our theoretical research on the value uncaptured perspective for sustainable business model innovation, a practical tool, the Sustainable Value Analysis Tool was developed to help firms discover opportunities to create and capture value through sustainability.
Papers in Brief (XXI): Bidmon & Knab (2017): The three roles of business models in societal transitions
This paper offers a conceptual link between business model and transition literature. It describes three distinct roles in which business models impact sustainability transitions.
Papers in Brief (XX): Plewnia & Guenther (2018): Mapping the sharing economy for sustainability research
Based on a literature review, a typology for sharing economy activities was developed. This typology can guide sustainability research and inspire business model innovation.
Papers in Brief (XV): Dreyer, Lüdeke-Freund, Hamann & Faccer (2017): Upsides and downsides of the sharing economy
Assessing the stakeholder value impacts of sharing economy business models requires distinguishing the many different stakeholders for whom value is created and destroyed, as well as accounting for their particular local contexts.
A new research anthology published by our blogger Adam Jabłoński. The book contains 19 chapters by nearly 30 authors. It covers topics ranging from technopreneurship to circular and sharing business models.