René Bohnsack
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Business models for sustainable technologies: Exploring business model evolution in the case of electric vehicles
R Bohnsack, J Pinkse, A Kolk
Research Policy 43 (2), 284-300, 2014
The role of public and private protection in disruptive innovation: The automotive industry and the emergence of low‐emission vehicles
J Pinkse, R Bohnsack, A Kolk
Journal of Product Innovation Management 31 (1), 43-60, 2014
Entrepreneurial orientation and its effect on sustainability decision tradeoffs: The case of sustainable fashion firms
L DiVito, R Bohnsack
Journal of Business Venturing 32 (5), 569-587, 2017
Timing-based business models for flexibility creation in the electric power sector
T Helms, M Loock, R Bohnsack
Energy Policy 92, 348-358, 2016
Value propositions for disruptive technologies: Reconfiguration tactics in the case of electric vehicles
R Bohnsack, J Pinkse
California Management Review 59 (4), 79-96, 2017
A systematic review of the literature on digital transformation: Insights and implications for strategy and organizational change
A Hanelt, R Bohnsack, D Marz, C Antunes Marante
Journal of Management Studies 58 (5), 1159-1197, 2021
The institutional evolution process of the global solar industry: The role of public and private actors in creating institutional shifts
R Bohnsack, J Pinkse, A Waelpoel
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 20, 16-32, 2016
Catching recurring waves: low-emission vehicles, international policy developments and firm innovation strategies
R Bohnsack, A Kolk, J Pinkse
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 98, 71-87, 2015
Research on sustainable business model patterns: status quo, methodological issues, and a research agenda
F Lüdeke-Freund, R Bohnsack, H Breuer, L Massa
Sustainable Business Models, 25-60, 2019
Driving the electric bandwagon: The dynamics of incumbents' sustainable innovation
R Bohnsack, A Kolk, J Pinkse, CM Bidmon
Business Strategy and the Environment 29 (2), 727-743, 2020
Local niches and firm responses in sustainability transitions: The case of low-emission vehicles in China
R Bohnsack
Technovation 70, 20-32, 2018
Business model design spaces in socio-technical transitions: The case of electric driving in the Netherlands
JH Wesseling, C Bidmon, R Bohnsack
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 154, 119950, 2020
Influencing the disruptive potential of sustainable technologies through value proposition design: The case of vehicle-to-grid technology
SA Khan, R Bohnsack
Journal of Cleaner Production 254, 120018, 2020
What the hack? A growth hacking taxonomy and practical applications for firms
R Bohnsack, MM Liesner
Business Horizons 62 (6), 799-818, 2019
The role of business models in firm internationalization: An exploration of European electricity firms in the context of the energy transition
R Bohnsack, F Ciulli, A Kolk
Journal of International Business Studies, 1-29, 2020
Deriving vehicle-to-grid business models from consumer preferences
R Bohnsack, R Van den Hoed, H Oude Reimer
Electric Vehicle Symposium 28, Seoul, South Korea., 2015
Hyundai Motor Company Case–Fostering Social Enterprises
JH Rhee, R Bohnsack, S Lee
The Role of Corporate Sustainability in Asian Development, 119-143, 2017
Car firms and low-emission vehicles: The evolution of incumbents’ strategies in relation to policy developments
R Bohnsack
University of Amsterdam Business School, 2013
Sustainable product innovation and changing consumer behavior: Sustainability affordances as triggers of adoption and usage
J Pinkse, R Bohnsack
Business Strategy and the Environment, 2021
Optimizing Resource Usage in an Unobtrusive Way Through Smart Aggregation: The Case of Electric Vehicle Charging in Amsterdam
K van Montfort, H Thorsdottir, R Bohnsack
Regulations in the Energy Industry, 243-261, 2020
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