Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, Volume 21
Volume 21, Number 1, 2009
Aviation Emissions and the Climate Change Debate
J. E. Green
: The potential for reducing the impact of aviation on climate.
: From blue skies to green skies: engine technology to reduce the climate-change impacts of aviation.
: Meeting the challenge of aviation emissions: an aircraft industry perspective.
, Sarah Mander
: Aviation, consumption and the climate change debate: 'Are you going to tell me off for flying?'.
: Short-haul aviation - under what conditions is it more environmentally benign than the alternatives?
Volume 21, Number 2, 2009
: Building knowledge translation capability into public-sector innovation processes.
: The rise and fall of self-service in Amsterdam trams: user-technology relations in a case of service innovation.
Maurie J. Cohen
: Sustainable mobility transitions and the challenge of countervailing trends: the case of personal aeromobility.
: Marine renewables: a new innovation frontier.
William E. Halal
: The automation of thought: information technology holds the key to global maturity.
: Localised technological change: towards the economics of complexity.
Volume 21, Number 3, 2009
Managing foresight within Changing Organisational Settings:
Introducing New Perspectives and Practices
Jan Oliver Schwarz
: Business wargaming: developing foresight within a strategic simulation.
: Weak signals as a flexible framing space for enhanced management and decision-making.
: Exploring the weak signals of starts-ups as a folksonomic system.
: Changing perspectives on foresight and strategy: from foresight project management to the management of change in collective strategic elaboration processes.
: e-Government 2015: exploring m-government scenarios, between ICT-driven experiments and citizen-centric implications.
: Universities and the emerging new players: building futures for higher education.
Volume 21, Number 4, 2009
, Simon Marvin
: Cities mediating technological transitions: understanding visions, intermediation and consequences.
, David Wilemon
: An empirical investigation of complexity and its management in new product development.
Volume 21, Number 5, 2009
Technology and Business Integration
Joana G. Geraldi
: What complexity assessments can tell us about projects: dialogue between conception and perception.
Volume 21, Number 6, 2009
, Rosa Grimaldi
: University-level mechanisms supporting the creation of new companies: an analysis of Italian academic spin-offs.
: Ideas, errors and the commercialisation of valuable knowledge.
: Exploring the relationships between knowledge sources in the innovation process: evidence from Finnish innovators.
: Localised appropriability: pecuniary externalities in knowledge exploitation.
Volume 21, Number 7, 2009
Frank W. Geels
: Foundational ontologies and multi-paradigm analysis, applied to the socio-technical transition from mixed farming to intensive pig husbandry (1930-1980).
Robert J. W. Tijssen
: Internationalisation of pharmaceutical R&D: how globalised are Europe's largest multinational companies?
: How technology policy facilitates technology diffusion and improves firm capability: a dynamic survey from a network perspective.
Volume 21, Number 8, 2009
Impacts and Implications of Future-Oriented Technology Analysis (FTA) for Policy and Decision-Making
: Foresight and governance: how good can it get? The case of stakeholder image construction in a municipal vision project.