Technological Change and Regulation in the Car Industry: A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 47), 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Technological Change and Regulation in the Car Industry

A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 47), 1st Edition

Edited by Paul Nieuwenhuis, Peter Wells, Philip Vergragt

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This special issue attempts to inform the broad and systemic change required in the wider concept of automobility by exploring the role of the regulator, in particular in the context of more recent co-operative and partnership approaches with private-sector stakeholders, particularly the automotive industry .

Table of Contents

Table of ContentsIntroductionPaul Nieuwenhuis and Peter Wells, Cardiff University, UK, and Philip J. Vergragt, Tellus Institute, USATransition Management for Sustainable Personal Mobility: The Case of Hydrogen Fuel CellsPhilip J. Vergragt, Tellus Institute, USACompeting Technologies and the Struggle towards a New Dominant Design: The Emergence of the Hybrid Vehicle at the Expense of the Fuel Cell Vehicle?Marko Hekkert, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, and Robert van den Hoed, Delft University of Technology, The NetherlandsInstitutional Change in the Automotive Industry: Or how fuel cell technology is being institutionalisedRobert van den Hoed, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, and Philip J. Vergragt, Tellus Institute, USAGovernment behind the Wheel and Backseat Driving: Co-ordination and Informational Challenges of Voluntary Partnerships as Programmes for Stimulating Sustainable TechnologyCharles David White, University of California, Berkeley, USASocial Learning through Technological Inventions in Low-Impact Individual Mobility: The Cases of Sparrow and GizmoHalina Szejnwald Brown and Catherine Carbone, Clark University, USABusiness Models for Relocalisation to Deliver SustainabilityPeter Wells and Paul Nieuwenhuis, Cardiff University, UK

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
BUS008000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Business Ethics