Rob Raven
Rob Raven
Monash Sustainable Development Institute
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Sustainability transitions: An emerging field of research and its prospects
J Markard, R Raven, B Truffer
Research policy 41 (6), 955-967, 2012
21012012
What is protective space? Reconsidering niches in transitions to sustainability
A Smith, R Raven
Research policy 41 (6), 1025-1036, 2012
11982012
Non-linearity and expectations in niche-development trajectories: ups and downs in Dutch biogas development (1973–2003)
F Geels, R Raven
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 18 (3-4), 375-392, 2006
6452006
Strategic niche management for biomass
R Raven
Eindhoven University, The Netherlands, 2005
464*2005
Sustainability transitions in the making: A closer look at actors, strategies and resources
JCM Farla, J Markard, R Raven, LE Coenen
Technological forecasting and social change 79 (6), 991-998, 2012
4362012
Space and scale in socio-technical transitions
R Raven, J Schot, F Berkhout
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 4, 63-78, 2012
3622012
Biogas plants in Denmark: successes and setbacks
R Raven, KH Gregersen
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 11 (1), 116-132, 2007
3542007
Sustainability experiments in Asia: innovations shaping alternative development pathways?
F Berkhout, G Verbong, AJ Wieczorek, R Raven, L Lebel, X Bai
environmental science & policy 13 (4), 261-271, 2010
2562010
The experimental city
J Evans, A Karvonen, R Raven
Routledge, 2016
2342016
Transitions and strategic niche management: towards a competence kit for practitioners
R Raven, S Van den Bosch, R Weterings
International Journal of Technology Management 51 (1), 57-74, 2010
2302010
Socio-cognitive evolution in niche development: Comparative analysis of biogas development in Denmark and the Netherlands (1973–2004)
R Raven, FW Geels
Technovation 30 (2), 87-99, 2010
2222010
Niche accumulation and hybridisation strategies in transition processes towards a sustainable energy system: An assessment of differences and pitfalls
R Raven
Energy policy 35 (4), 2390-2400, 2007
2192007
Multi-niche analysis of dynamics and policies in Dutch renewable energy innovation journeys (1970–2006): hype-cycles, closed networks and technology-focused learning
G Verbong, FW Geels, R Raven
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 20 (5), 555-573, 2008
2032008
An agenda for sustainability transitions research: State of the art and future directions
J Köhler, FW Geels, F Kern, J Markard, E Onsongo, A Wieczorek, ...
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 31, 1-32, 2019
1962019
Strategic niche management for biofuels: Analysing past experiments for developing new biofuel policies
WWM Van der Laak, R Raven, GPJ Verbong
Energy Policy 35 (6), 3213-3225, 2007
1902007
Local niche experimentation in energy transitions: A theoretical and empirical exploration of proximity advantages and disadvantages
L Coenen, R Raven, G Verbong
Technology in Society 32 (4), 295-302, 2010
1892010
Multi-regime interactions in the Dutch energy sector: the case of combined heat and power technologies in the Netherlands 1970–2000
R Raven, G Verbong
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 19 (4), 491-507, 2007
1872007
Experimenting for sustainability transitions: A systematic literature review
F Sengers, AJ Wieczorek, R Raven
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 145, 153-164, 2019
1832019
Towards alternative trajectories? Reconfigurations in the Dutch electricity regime
RPJM Raven
Research Policy 35 (4), 581-595, 2006
1832006
Spaces for sustainable innovation: Solar photovoltaic electricity in the UK
A Smith, F Kern, R Raven, B Verhees
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 81, 115-130, 2014
1792014
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