Social innovation diffusion Motivation and success: la bibliografia

Pubblichiamo di seguito la bibliografia completa dell’articolo Social innovation diffusion Motivation and success scritto da Rick Hölsgens e Aline Reichow, pubblicato sul numero di novembre-dicembre 2019 di Sviluppo&Organizzazione.

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Hölsgens R., Lübke S., Hasselkuß M. (2018), Social innovations in the German energy transition: An attempt to use the heuristics of the multi-level perspective of transitions to analyze the diffusion process of social innovations, Energy, Sustainability and Society, 8.

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Reichow A. (2015), Effective regulation under conditions of scientific uncertainty: How collaborative networks contribute to occupational health and safety regulation for nanomaterials; University of Twente, Enschede.

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