Maryse MH Chappin
Maryse MH Chappin
Associate Professor Innovation Studies, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht
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Sustainable collaboration: The impact of governance and institutions on sustainable performance
E Niesten, A Jolink, ABL de Sousa Jabbour, M Chappin, R Lozano
Journal of cleaner production 155, 1-6, 2017
Crowdsourcing ideas: Involving ordinary users in the ideation phase of new product development
B Schemmann, AM Herrmann, MMH Chappin, GJ Heimeriks
Research Policy 45 (6), 1145-1154, 2016
Evaluating innovation networks in emerging technologies
T van der Valk, MMH Chappin, GW Gijsbers
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 78 (1), 25-39, 2011
Strategic collective system building to commercialize sustainability innovations
J Planko, JM Cramer, MMH Chappin, MP Hekkert
Journal of cleaner production 112, 2328-2341, 2016
Combining the technological innovation systems framework with the entrepreneurs’ perspective on innovation
J Planko, J Cramer, MP Hekkert, MMH Chappin
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 29 (6), 614-625, 2017
Gender diversity and motivation in collaborative learning groups: the mediating role of group discussion quality
PL Curşeu, MMH Chappin, RJG Jansen
Social Psychology of Education 21, 289-302, 2018
Managing strategic system-building networks in emerging business fields: A case study of the Dutch smart grid sector
J Planko, MMH Chappin, JM Cramer, MP Hekkert
Industrial Marketing Management 67, 37-51, 2017
Coping with coopetition—Facing dilemmas in cooperation for sustainable development: The case of the Dutch smart grid industry
J Planko, MMH Chappin, J Cramer, MP Hekkert
Business Strategy and the Environment 28 (5), 665-674, 2019
Multiple Paths to Firm Innovation in Sub-Saharan Africa: How informal institutions matter
A Saka-Helmhout, M Chappin, P Vermeulen
Organization Studies, 2019
Balancing divergence and convergence in transdisciplinary research teams
WPC Boon, MMH Chappin, J Perenboom
Environmental science & policy 40, 57-68, 2014
Decision rules and group rationality: cognitive gain or standstill?
PL Curşeu, RJG Jansen, MMH Chappin
PloS one 8 (2), e56454, 2013
Enhancing our understanding of the role of environmental policy in environmental innovation: adoption explained by the accumulation of policy instruments and agent-based factors
MMH Chappin, WJV Vermeulen, MTH Meeus, MP Hekkert
Environmental Science & Policy 12 (7), 934-947, 2009
Internalizing sustainable practices: a configurational approach on sustainable forest management of the Dutch wood trade and timber industry
MMH Chappin, B Cambre, PAM Vermeulen, R Lozano
Journal of Cleaner Production 107, 760-774, 2015
The intermediary role of an industry association in policy-making processes: the case of the Dutch paper and board industry
MMH Chappin, MP Hekkert, MTH Meeus, WJV Vermeulen
Journal of Cleaner Production 16 (14), 1462-1473, 2008
Seduced into collaboration: A resource-based choice experiment to explain make, buy or ally strategies of SMEs
FJ van Rijnsoever, SN Kempkes, MMH Chappin
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 120, 284-297, 2017
Investments in the Dutch onshore wind energy industry: A review of investor profiles and the impact of renewable energy subsidies
E Niesten, A Jolink, M Chappin
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 81, 2519-2525, 2018
“We don't need no (higher) education”-How the gig economy challenges the education-income paradigm
AM Herrmann, PM Zaal, MMH Chappin, B Schemmann, A Lühmann
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 186, 122136, 2023
Corporate social innovation in developing countries
A Saka-Helmhout, MMH Chappin, SB Rodrigues
Journal of Business Ethics 181 (3), 589-605, 2022
Knowledge sharing in smart grid pilot projects
G Evers, MMH Chappin
Energy Policy 143, 111577, 2020
Decomposition analysis of Dutch beverage packaging waste: an analysis of material efficient innovations
MMH Chappin, MP Hekkert, R Van Duin
Resources, conservation and recycling 43 (2), 209-229, 2005
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