Florian Kern
Florian Kern
Head of the research group Ecological Economics & Env. Policy, IÖW; Associate editor Research Policy
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An agenda for sustainability transitions research: State of the art and future directions
J Köhler, FW Geels, F Kern, J Markard, E Onsongo, A Wieczorek, ...
Environmental innovation and societal transitions 31, 1-32, 2019
7992019
Creative destruction or mere niche support? Innovation policy mixes for sustainability transitions
P Kivimaa, F Kern
Research Policy 45 (1), 205-217, 2016
6872016
Restructuring energy systems for sustainability? Energy transition policy in the Netherlands
F Kern, A Smith
Energy policy 36 (11), 4093-4103, 2008
6402008
The enactment of socio-technical transition pathways: a reformulated typology and a comparative multi-level analysis of the German and UK low-carbon electricity transitions …
FW Geels, F Kern, G Fuchs, N Hinderer, G Kungl, J Mylan, M Neukirch, ...
Research policy 45 (4), 896-913, 2016
6312016
Implementing transition management as policy reforms: a case study of the Dutch energy sector
F Kern, M Howlett
Policy Sciences 42 (4), 391-408, 2009
4172009
The transitions storyline in Dutch environmental policy
A Smith, F Kern
Environmental Politics 18 (1), 78-98, 2009
2572009
Ideas, Institutions, and Interests: Explaining policy divergence in fostering ‘system innovations’ towards sustainability
F Kern
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 29 (6), 1117-1134, 2011
2342011
Niche construction and empowerment through socio-political work. A meta-analysis of six low-carbon technology cases
R Raven, F Kern, B Verhees, A Smith
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 18, 164-180, 2016
2312016
Policy packaging or policy patching? The development of complex energy efficiency policy mixes
F Kern, P Kivimaa, M Martiskainen
Energy Research & Social Science 23, 11-25, 2017
2132017
Spaces for sustainable innovation: Solar photovoltaic electricity in the UK
A Smith, F Kern, R Raven, B Verhees
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 81, 115-130, 2014
2122014
Conceptual and empirical advances in analysing policy mixes for energy transitions
KS Rogge, F Kern, M Howlett
Energy Research & Social Science 33, 1-10, 2017
1832017
The co-evolution of policy mixes and socio-technical systems: Towards a conceptual framework of policy mix feedback in sustainability transitions
DL Edmondson, F Kern, KS Rogge
Research Policy 48 (10), 103555, 2019
1822019
The pace of governed energy transitions: Agency, international dynamics and the global Paris agreement accelerating decarbonisation processes?
F Kern, KS Rogge
Energy Research & Social Science 22, 13-17, 2016
1792016
Using the multi-level perspective on socio-technical transitions to assess innovation policy
F Kern
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 79 (2), 298-310, 2012
1572012
Measuring and explaining policy paradigm change: the case of UK energy policy
F Kern, C Kuzemko, C Mitchell
Policy & politics 42 (4), 513-530, 2014
1502014
Harnessing theories of the policy process for analysing the politics of sustainability transitions: A critical survey
F Kern, KS Rogge
Environmental innovation and societal transitions 27, 102-117, 2018
1242018
From laggard to leader: Explaining offshore wind developments in the UK
F Kern, A Smith, C Shaw, R Raven, B Verhees
Energy Policy 69, 635-646, 2014
1102014
Urban sustainability transitions in a context of multi-level governance: A comparison of four European states
F Ehnert, F Kern, S Borgström, L Gorissen, S Maschmeyer, M Egermann
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 2017
1052017
Policy mixes for sustainability transitions: New approaches and insights through bridging innovation and policy studies
F Kern, KS Rogge, M Howlett
Research Policy 48 (10), 103832, 2019
1012019
The need for comprehensive and well targeted instrument mixes to stimulate energy transitions: The case of energy efficiency policy
J Rosenow, F Kern, K Rogge
Energy research & social science 33, 95-104, 2017
1002017
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