Joeri Wesseling
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How competitive forces sustain electric vehicle development
JH Wesseling, J Faber, MP Hekkert
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 81, 154-164, 2014
812014
The transition of energy intensive processing industries towards deep decarbonization: Characteristics and implications for future research
JH Wesseling, S Lechtenböhmer, M Åhman, LJ Nilsson, E Worrell, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 79, 1303-1313, 2017
762017
Business strategies of incumbents in the market for electric vehicles: Opportunities and incentives for sustainable innovation
JH Wesseling, EMMI Niesten, J Faber, MP Hekkert
Business Strategy and the Environment 24 (6), 518-531, 2015
612015
Car manufacturers’ changing political strategies on the ZEV mandate
JH Wesseling, JCM Farla, D Sperling, MP Hekkert
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 33, 196-209, 2014
502014
Exploring car manufacturers’ responses to technology-forcing regulation: The case of California’s ZEV mandate
JH Wesseling, JCM Farla, MP Hekkert
Environ. Innov. Soc. Transitions 16, 87-105, 2015
482015
Exploring car manufacturers’ responses to technology-forcing regulation: The case of California's ZEV mandate
JH Wesseling, JCM Farla, MP Hekkert
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 16, 87-105, 2015
452015
Lock-in of mature innovation systems: the transformation toward clean concrete in the Netherlands
JH Wesseling, A Van der Vooren
Journal of Cleaner Production 155, 114-124, 2017
372017
Explaining variance in national electric vehicle policies
JH Wesseling
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 21, 28-38, 2016
342016
Mission-oriented innovation systems
MP Hekkert, MJ Janssen, JH Wesseling, SO Negro
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 34, 76-79, 2020
292020
A framework for mission-oriented innovation policy: Alternative pathways through the problem–solution space
I Wanzenböck, JH Wesseling, K Frenken, MP Hekkert, KM Weber
Science and Public Policy, 2020
252020
Public procurement for innovation to help meet societal challenges: a review and case study
JH Wesseling, C Edquist
Science and Public Policy 45 (4), 493-502, 2018
222018
Strategies of Incumbent Car Manufacturers in Sustainability Transitions
JH Wesseling
Utrecht University, 2015
132015
Challenges ahead: understanding, assessing, anticipating and governing foreseeable societal tensions to support accelerated low-carbon transitions in Europe
B Turnheim, J Wesseling, B Truffer, H Rohracher, L Carvalho, C Binder
Advancing Energy Policy, 145-161, 2018
62018
Public procurement for innovation: lessons from the procurement of a navigable storm surge barrier
JH Wesseling, C Edquist
Papers in Innovation Studies, 2016
52016
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
32020
How to decarbonise energy-intensive processing industries?: Survey and conceptualisation of their specific innovation systems
JH Wesseling, S Lechtenbohmer, M Ahman, LJ Nilsson, E Worrell, ...
Proceeding ECEEE Industrial Efficiency, 1-16, 2016
22016
Missie-gedreven innovatiebeleid voor energie-en klimaatambities
MP Hekkert, JH Wesseling
SER-Energie Akkoord, 2018
12018
Incumbents? incentive and opportunity to innovate: Large car manufacturers in the market for electric vehicles
J Wesseling, E Niesten, J Faber, M Hekkert
Wolfram P., Nic L, 2016
12016
Macht, energie en vermogen
J Hoffman, M Smink, J Wesseling
Milieu/VVM 2015 (2), 40-42, 2015
12015
Firms dealing with regulatory change: innovation and political influence strategies
J Wesseling, J Farla, M Hekkert
12014
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