Where I learn from?

Here is an ever-evolving list of books and articles I’ve been learning from. Some of these resources have influenced my research/teaching immensely and some of them only inspired me during periods of synthesising knowledge. Selecting an item for the list does not imply that I fully agree with the particular opinions expressed in or the values underlie it; it only implies that I find the item valuable in some way or other.

The topics covered by the items in this list encompass a wide range of fields including system innovation, transition management, business and sustainability, futures studies, complex systems, design, transdisciplinary research, sustainability science, facilitation and creativity. It is by no means an exhaustive list of available resources in these areas but I am putting effort to expand the list so that it covers some key outputs and is up to date. If you have any sugesstions, please feel free to send me a note with the details of the item.

Aaltonen, M. (Ed.). (2007). The third lens: multi-ontology sense-making and strategic decision-making. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Berchicci, L., & King, A. (2007). Postcards from the Edge: A Review of the Business and Environment Literature. Rotterdam: Erasmus Research Institute of Management.

Biermann, Frank. (2012). Planetary boundaries and earth system governance: Exploring the links. Ecological Economics, 81(0), 4-9. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2012.02.016

Boons, Frank, & Lüdeke-Freund, Florian. (2013). Business models for sustainable innovation: state-of-the-art and steps towards a research agenda. Journal of Cleaner Production, 45(0), 9-19. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2012.07.007

Boyd, B., Hanning, N., Reyna, E., Wang, D. E., & Welch, M. D. (2009). Hybrid Organisatons: New Business Models for Environmental Leadership. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf.

Börjeson, L., Höjer, M., Dreborg, K. H., Ekvall, T., & Finnveden, G. (2006). Scenario types and techniques: Towards a user’s guide. Futures, 38(7), 723-739.

Brooks-Harris, J. E., & Stock-Ward, S. R. (1999). Workshops: Designing and Facilitating Experiential Learning. Thosand Oaks, London, New Delhi: Sage Publications.

Brown, V. A. (2015). Utopian thinking and the collective mind: Beyond transdisciplinarity. Futures, 209-216. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2014.11.004

Brown, V. A., Harris, J. A., & Russell, J. Y. (Eds.). (2010). Tackling wicked problems through the transdisciplinary imagination. London, Washington, DC: Earthscan.

Burns, D. (2007). Systemic Action Research: a strategy for whole system change. Bristol: Policy Press.

Carew, A. L., & Wickson, F. (2010). The TD Wheel: A heuristic to shape, support and evaluate transdisciplinary research. Futures, 42(10), 1146-1155.

Carrillo-Hermosilla, J., Del Río, P., & Könnölä, T. (2010). Diversity of eco-innovations: Reflections from selected case studies. Journal of Cleaner Production, 18(10-11), 1073-1083.

Casti, J. L. (1986). On system complexity: identification, measurement and management. In J. L. Casti & A. Karlquist (Eds.), Complexity, Language and Life: Mathematical Approaches (pp. 146-173). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Chappin, Emile J. L., & Ligtvoet, Andreas. (2014). Transition and transformation: A bibliometric analysis of two scientific networks researching socio-technical change. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 30(0), 715-723. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2013.11.013

Chick, A., & Micklethwaite, P. (2011). Design for Sustainable Change: How Design and Designers Can Change the Sustainability Agenda. AVA Publishing.

Christensen, C. M. (1997). The innovator’s dilemma: when new technologies cause great firms to fail. Boston, Mass.: Harvard Business School Press.

Cilliers, P. (1998). Complexity and postmodernism: understanding complex systems. London; New York: Routledge.

Clark, W. C., & Dickson, N. M. (2003). Sustainability science: The emerging research program. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 100(14), 8059-8061.

Clayton, A. M. H., & Radcliffe, N. J. (1996). Sustainability: a systems approach. London: Earthscan.

Cooke-Davies, T., Cicmil, S., Crawford, L., & Richardson, K. (2007). We’re not in Kansas Anymore, Toto: Mapping the Strange Landscape of Complexity Theory, and Its Relationship to Project Management. Project Management Journal, 38(2), 50-61.

Costanza, R. (2003). A vision of the future of science: Reintegrating the study of humans and the rest of nature. Futures, 35(6), 651-671.

Costanza, R., & Patten, B. C. (1995). Defining and predicting sustainability. Ecological Economics, 15(3), 193-196.

Cross, N. (2007). Designerly Ways of Knowing. Basel: Birkhäuser.

Crul, M. R. M., & Diehl, J. C. (2006). Design for Sustainability: A Practical Approach for Developing Economies. UNEP.

Crul, M. R. M., Diehl, J. C., & Ryan, C. (Eds.). (2009). Design for Sustainability: A Step by Step Approach. UNEP, TUDELFT.

Daly, H. E. (1990). Toward some operational principles of sustainable development. Ecological Economics, 2(1), 1-6.

Dewey, John. (1910). How we think. Boston: D.C. Heath & Co.

Dosi, G. (1982). Technological Paradigms and Technological Trajectories: A Suggested Interpretation of the Determinants and Directions of Technical Change. Research Policy, 11(3), 147-162.

Dreborg, K. H. (1996). Essence of Backcasting. Futures, 28(9), 813-828.

Driebe, D. J., & McDaniel, R. R., Jr. (Eds.). (2005). Uncertainty and Surprise in Complex Systems: Questions on Working with the Unexpected. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag GmbH.

Dunphy, D. C., Griffiths, A., & Benn, S. (2007). Organizational change for corporate sustainability: a guide for leaders and change agents of the future (2nd ed.). London; New York: Routledge.

Eames, M., Dixon, T., May, T., & Hunt, M. (2013). City futures: Exploring urban retrofit and sustainable transitions. Building Research and Information, 41(5), 504-516.

Ehrenfeld, J. (2008). Sustainability by design: a subversive strategy for transforming our consumer culture. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Ehrlich, Paul R., & Raven, Peter H. (1964). Butterflies and Plants: A Study in Coevolution. Evolution, 18(4), 586-608.

Ekins, P., & Max-Neef, M. A. (Eds.). (1992). Real-life economics: understanding wealth creation. London ; New York: Routledge.

Elzen, B., Geels, F. W., & Green, K. (Eds.). (2004). System innovation and the transition to sustainability: theory, evidence and policy. Cheltenham, UK; Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

Erb, Karl-Heinz, Gaube, Veronika, & Fischer-Kowalski, Marina. (2013). Leaping over disciplinary shadows. Global Change, 81, 36-39.

Espinosa, A., Harnden, R., & Walker, J. (2008). A complexity approach to sustainability – Stafford Beer revisited. European Journal of Operational Research, 187(2), 636-651.

Faber, N., Jorna, R., & Van Engelen, J. (2005). The sustainability of “sustainability” – A study into the conceptual foundations of the notion of “sustainability”. Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 7(1), 1-33.

Frantzeskaki, N., & de Haan, H. (2009). Transitions: Two steps from theory to policy. Futures, 41(9), 593-606.

Funtowicz, S. O., & Ravetz, J. R. (1993). Science for the post-normal age. Futures, 25(7), 739-755.

Galaz, Victor, Biermann, Frank, Crona, Beatrice, Loorbach, Derk, Folke, Carl, Olsson, Per, . . . Reischl, Gunilla. (2012). ‘Planetary boundaries—exploring the challenges for global environmental governance. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 4(1), 80-87. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2012.01.006

Gallopín, G. (2004). What Kind of System of Science (and Technology) Is Needed to Support the Quest for Sustainable Development? In H. J. Schnellnhuber, P. J. Crutzen, W. C. Clark, M. Claussen, & H. Held (Eds.), Earth Systems Analysis for Sustainability (pp. 367-386). Cambridge, Massachusetts, London: MIT.

Gaziulusoy, A. I. (2010). System Innovation for Sustainability: A Scenario Method and a Workshop Process for Product Development Teams (Ph.D.). University of Auckland, Auckland.

Geels, F. W. (2005). Technological transitions and system innovations: a co-evolutionary and socio-technical analysis. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, Mass.: Edward Elgar.

Giampietro, M., Allen, T., & Mayumi, K. (2006). Science for Governance: The implications of the complexity revolution. In Â. G. Pereira, S. G. Vaz, & S. S. Tognetti (Eds.), Interfaces between science and society. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf.

Giddens, A. (1984). The constitution of society: Outline of the theory of structuration. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Gray, D. E. (2004). Doing research in the real world. London; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Grin, J., Rotmans, J., & Schot, J. (2010). Transitions to sustainable development: New directions in the study of long term transformative change. New York, Oxon: Routledge.

Hennessey, B. A., & Amabile, T. M. (2010). Creativity. Annual Review of Psychology, 61(1), 569-598.

Heron, J. (1989). The Facilitator’s Handbook. London: Kogan Page.

Hirsch Hadorn, G., Bradley, D., Pohl, C., Rist, S., & Wiesmann, U. (2006). Implications of transdisciplinarity for sustainability research. Ecological Economics, 60(1), 119-128.

Hjorth, P., & Bagheri, A. (2006). Navigating towards sustainable development: A system dynamics approach. Futures, 38(1), 74-92.

Holland, J. H. (2006). Studying Complex Adaptive Systems. Journal of Systems Science and Complexity 19(1), 1-8.

Holling, C. S. (2001). Understanding the complexity of economic, ecological, and social systems. Ecosystems, 4(5), 390-405.

Hunter, D. (2007). The Art of Facilitation. Auckland, NZ: RandomHouse.

Inayatullah, S. (1998). Causal layered analysis: poststructuralism as method. Futures, 30(8), 815-829.

Inns, T. (Ed.). (2007). Designing for the 21st century: interdisciplinary questions and insights. Aldershot: Gower.

Jackson, T. (2009). Prosperity without Growth: Economics for a Finite Planet. London; Sterling, VA Earthscan.

Jagger, N., Foxon, T., & Gouldson, A. (2013). Skills constraints and the low carbon transition. Climate Policy, 13(1), 43-57. doi: Doi 10.1080/14693062.2012.709079

Jansen, L. (2003). The challenge of sustainable development. Journal of Cleaner Production, 11(3), 231-245.

Jantsch, Erich. (1972). Inter- and Transdisciplinary University: A Systems Approach to Education and Innovation Higher Education, 1(1), 7-37.

Jerneck, A., Olsson, L., Ness, B., Anderberg, S., Baier, M., Clark, E., … Persson, J. (2010). Structuring sustainability science. Sustainability Science, 1-14.

Jorna, R. (Ed.). (2006). Sustainable innovation: the organisational, human and knowledge dimension. Sheffield: Greenleaf.

Joore, P. (2010). New to Improve, The Mutual Influence between New Products and Societal Change Processes (PhD). Technical University of Delft, Delft.

Kahan, Dan M., Jenkins‐Smith, Hank, & Braman, Donald. (2011). Cultural cognition of scientific consensus. Journal of Risk Research, 14(2), 147-174. doi: 10.1080/13669877.2010.511246

Kemp, R., Loorbach, D., & Rotmans, J. (2007). Transition management as a model for managing processes of co-evolution towards sustainable development. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 14(1), 78-91.

Könnölä, T., & Unruh, G. C. (2007). Really changing the course: the limitations of environmental management systems for innovation. Business Strategy & the Environment 16(8), 525-537.

Korhonen, J., & Seager, T. P. (2008). Beyond eco-efficiency: a resilience perspective. Business Strategy & the Environment 17(7), 411-419.

Kuhn, T. S. (1996). The structure of scientific revolutions. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Leach, Melissa, Rockström, Johan, Raskin, Paul, Scoones, Ian, Stirling, Andy C., Smith, Adrian, . . . Olsson, Per. (2012). Transforming Innovation for Sustainability. Ecology and Society, 17(2). doi: 10.5751/es-04933-170211

Lewandowsky, Stephan, Gignac, Gilles E., & Oberauer, Klaus. (2013). The Role of Conspiracist Ideation and Worldviews in Predicting Rejection of Science. PLoS ONE, 8(10), e75637. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0075637

List, D. (2005). Scenario Network Mapping: The Development of a Methodology for Social Inquiry (Ph.D.). University of South Australia, Adelaide.

Loorbach, D. (2007). Transition Management: New Mode of Governance for Sustainable Development. Utrecht, Netherlands: International Books. (You can also download it for free from the repository of Erasmus University of Rotterdam).

Loorbach, D. (2010). Transition management for sustainable development: A prescriptive, complexity-based governance framework. Governance, 23(1), 161-183.

Loorbach, D., van Bakel, J., Whiteman, G., & Rotmans, J. (2010). Business strategies for transitions towards sustainable systems. Business Strategy and the Environment, 19(2), 133-146.

Loorbach, D., & Wijsman, K. (2013). Business transition management: Exploring a new role for business in sustainability transitions. Journal of Cleaner Production, 45, 20-28.

Luderer, Gunnar, Pietzcker, Robert C, Bertram, Christoph, Kriegler, Elmar, Meinshausen, Malte, & Edenhofer, Ottmar. (2013). Economic mitigation challenges: how further delay closes the door for achieving climate targets. Environmental Research Letters, 8, 1-8. doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/8/3/034033

Málovics, G., Csigéne, N. N., & Kraus, S. (2008). The role of corporate social responsibility in strong sustainability. Journal of Socio-Economics, 37(3), 907-918.

Manson, S. M. (2001). Simplifying complexity: A review of complexity theory. Geoforum, 32(3), 405-414.

Manzini, E. (2007). Design Research for Sustainable Social Innovation. In R. Michel (Ed.), Design Research Now: Essays and Selected Projects (pp. 233-245). Germany: Birkhäuser Verlag AG.

Manzini, E. (2015). Design, When Everybody Designs: An Introduction to Social Innovation. Cambridge, London: MIT Press.

Max-Neef, M. A. (2005). Foundations of transdisciplinarity. Ecological Economics, 53(1), 5-16.

Meadows, D. H. (2008). Thinking in systems: a primer. White River Junction, Vt.: Chelsea Green Publishing.

Mermet, L., Fuller, T., & van der Helm, R. (2009). Re-examining and renewing theoretical underpinnings of the Futures field: A pressing and long-term challenge. Futures, 41(2), 67-70.

Miller, T. R., Baird, T. D., Littlefield, C. M., Kofinas, G., Chapin III, F. S., & Redman, C. L. (2008). Epistemological pluralism: Reorganizing interdisciplinary research. Ecology and Society, 13(2).

Miller, T., Wiek, A., Sarewitz, D., Robinson, J., Olsson, L., Kriebel, D., & Loorbach, D. (2014). The future of sustainability science: a solutions-oriented research agenda. Sustainability Science, 9(2), 239-246. doi: 10.1007/s11625-013-0224-6

Mitchell, C., Cordell, D., & Fam, D. (2015). Beginning at the end: The outcome spaces framework to guide purposive transdisciplinary research. Futures, 86-96. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2014.10.007

Mingers, J. (2006). Realising Systems Thinking: Knowledge and Action in Management Science. Springer.

Mora, Camilo, Frazier, Abby G., Longman, Ryan J., Dacks, Rachel S., Walton, Maya M., Tong, Eric J., . . . Giambelluca, Thomas W. (2013). The projected timing of climate departure from recent variability. Nature, 502(7470), 183-187. doi: 10.1038/nature12540

Nicolescu, B. (2002). Manifesto of Transdisciplinarity (K.-C. Voss, Trans.). New York: State University of New York Press.

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Nowotny, H. (2005). The increase of complexity and its reduction: Emergent interfaces between the natural sciences, humanities and social sciences. Theory, Culture and Society, 22(5).

Olsthoorn, X., & Wieczorek, A. J. (Eds.). (2006). Understanding Industrial Transformation Views from Different Disciplines. Dordrecht: Springer.

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Parrish, B. D. (2007). Designing the sustainable enterprise. Futures, 39(7), 846-860.

Parrish, B. D. (2010). Sustainability-driven entrepreneurship: Principles of organization design. Journal of Business Venturing, 25(5), 510-523.

Pillkhan, U. (2008). Using Trends and Scenarios as Tools for Strategy Development: Shaping the Future of Your Enterprise. Erlangen: Publicis Corporate Publications.

Pohl, C. (2014). From Complexity to Solvability: The Praxeology of Transdisciplinary Research In K. Huutoniemi & P. Tapio (Eds.), Transdisciplinary Sustainability Studies: A Heuristic Approach (pp. 103-118): Routledge.

Pohl, C., & Hirsch Hadorn, G. (2007). Principles for Designing Transdisciplinary Research: Proposed by the Swiss Academy of Arts and Sciences (A. B. Zimmermann, Trans.). Munich: Oekom Verlag.

Polk, M. (2015). Transdisciplinary co-production: designing and testing a transdisciplinary research framework for societal problem solving. Futures, 110-122.

Quist, J. (2007). Backcasting for a sustainable future: the impact after 10 years (Ph.D.). Delft University of Technology, Delft.

Quist, J., Thissen, W., & Vergragt, P. J. (2011). The impact and spin-off of participatory backcasting: From vision to niche. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 78(5), 883-897.

Raven, R. (2008). Strategic Niche Management for Biomass: A Comparative Study on the Experimental Introduction of Bioenergy Technologies in the Netherlands and Denmark. Eindhoven: Eindhoven University Press. (You can also download it for free from the repository of University of Eindhoven)

Ravetz, J. R. (2006). Post-Normal Science and the complexity of transitions towards sustainability. Ecological Complexity, 3(4), 275-284.

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Robinson, J. (2008). Being undisciplined: Transgressions and intersections in academia and beyond. Futures, 40(1), 70-86.

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Sharma, S., & Aragón-Correa, J. A. (Eds.). (2005). Corporate environmental strategy and competitive advantage. Cheltenham, North Hampton: Edward Elgar.

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Smith, A. (2004). Alternative Technology Niches and Sustainable Development. Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice, 6(2), 220-235.

Smith, A., Voß, J.-P., & Grinc, J. (2010). Innovation studies and sustainability transitions: The allure of the multi-level perspective and its challenges. Research Policy, 39, 435-448.

Sondeijker, S., Geurts, J., Rotmans, J., & Tukker, A. (2006). Imagining sustainability: The added value of transition scenarios in transition management. Foresight, 8(5), 15-30.

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Spangenberg, J. H., Fuad-Luke, A., & Blincoe, K. (2010). Design for Sustainability (DfS): the interface of sustainable production and consumption. Journal of Cleaner Production, 18(15), 1485-1493. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2010.06.002

Späth, P. (2008). Learning ex-post: Towards a simple method and set of questions for the self-evaluation of transdisciplinary research. GAIA, 17(2), 224-232.

Stagl, S., & O’Hara, S. U. (2001). Preferences, needs and sustainability. International Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(1), 4-21.

Strachan, N., & Foxon, T. J. (2012). A Low-Carbon Transition. Living in a Low-Carbon Society in 2050, 75-91. doi: Book_Doi 10.1057/9781137264893

Stubbs, W., & Cocklin, C. (2008). Conceptualizing a “Sustainability Business Model”. Organisation & Environment, 21(2), 103-127.

Swart, R. J., Raskin, P., & Robinson, J. (2004). The problem of the future: Sustainability science and scenario analysis. Global Environmental Change, 14(2), 137-146.

Tainter, J. A. (1995). Sustainability of complex societies. Futures, 27(4), 397-407.

Tainter, J. A. (2006). Social complexity and sustainability. Ecological Complexity, 3(2), 91-103.

Thompson Klein, J. (2006). Afterword: The emergent literature on interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research evaluation. Research Evaluation, 15(1), 75-80.

Tukker, A., Charter, M., Vezzoli, C., Stø, E., & Andersen, M. M. (Eds.). (2008). System Innovation for Sustainability 1: Perspectives on Radical Changes to Sustainable Consumption and Production. Sheffield, UK: Greenleaf.

Valente, M. (2010). Demystifying the struggles of private sector paradigmatic change: Business as an agent in a complex adaptive system. Business and Society, 49(3), 439-476. doi: 10.1177/0007650310369376

Van Asselt, M. B. A., Rotmans, J., & Rothman, D. S. (2005). Scenario innovation: experiences from a European experimental garden. London: Taylor & Francis.

van der Helm, R. (2009). The vision phenomenon: Towards a theoretical underpinning of visions of the future and the process of envisioning. Futures, 41(2), 96-104.

van Notten, P. W. F., Rotmans, J., van Asselt, M. B. A., & Rothman, D. S. (2003). An updated scenario typology. Futures, 35(5), 423-443.

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Wells, Peter E. (2013). Business Models for Sustainability. Cheltenham Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd.

Westley, F., Olsson, P., Folke, C., Homer-Dixon, T., Vredenburg, H., Loorbach, D., … van der Leeuw, S. (2011). Tipping Toward Sustainability: Emerging Pathways of Transformation. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment, 40(7), 762-780.

Whiteman, Gail. (2011). Making Sense of Climate Change: How to Avoid the Next Big Flood, Management Lessons for the 21st Century. Rotterdam: ERIM-Erasmus Research Institute of Management.

Whiteman, G., & Cooper, W. H. (2011). Ecological sensemaking. Academy of Management Journal, 54(5), 889-911.

Whiteman, G., de Vos, D. R., Chapin, F. S., Yli-Pelkonen, V., Niemela, J., & Forbes, B. C. (2011). Business Strategies and the Transition to Low-carbon Cities. Business Strategy and the Environment, 20(4), 251-265. doi: Doi 10.1002/Bse.691

Whiteman, G., Walker, B., & Perego, P. (2013). Planetary Boundaries: Ecological Foundations for Corporate Sustainability. Journal of Management Studies, 50(2), 307-336.

Wickson, F., Carew, A. L., & Russell, A. W. (2006). Transdisciplinary research: characteristics, quandaries and quality. Futures, 38(9), 1046-1059.

Wiek, A., Binder, C., & Scholz, R. W. (2006). Functions of scenarios in transition processes. Futures, 38(7), 740-766.

Winder, N., McIntosh, B. S., & Jeffrey, P. (2005). The origin, diagnostic attributes and practical application of co-evolutionary theory. Ecological Economics, 54(4), 347-361.

Wiek, Arnim, & Iwaniec, David. (2013). Quality criteria for visions and visioning in sustainability science. Sustainability Science, 2013. doi: 10.1007/s11625-013-0208-6

Wood, J. (2007). Design for micro-utopias: making the unthinkable possible. Aldershot: Gower.

Wüstenhagen, R., Hamschmidt, J., Sharma, S., & Starik, M. (Eds.). (2008). Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Cornwall: MPG Books Ltd.

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2 thoughts on “Where I learn from?

  1. I love this blog!!! I really enjoy your writing style and perspectives. Thank you so much for putting yourself ‘out there’ so that we can learn from and enjoy your ‘musings’.

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