His primary areas of investigation include Technological innovation system, Conceptualization, Management, Economic geography and Economy. Technological innovation system is integrated with Perspective and Transition in his research. His Management research incorporates elements of Epistemology and Politics.
Bernhard Truffer usually deals with Economic geography and limits it to topics linked to Environmental studies and Ecological crisis, Green New Deal, Urban studies and Path dependence. His work carried out in the field of Economy brings together such families of science as Order, Positive economics and Institutionalisation. While the research belongs to areas of Field, Bernhard Truffer spends his time largely on the problem of Engineering ethics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Sustainability science and Conceptual framework.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Industrial organization, Technological innovation system, Economic geography, Environmental economics and Sanitation. His Industrial organization research includes themes of Marketing, Order and Leapfrogging. Bernhard Truffer conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Technological innovation system and Conceptualization.
He performs integrative study on Conceptualization and Sociotechnical system. His Economic geography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Path creation, Conceptual framework and Service. His Environmental economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economies of scale and Environmental resource management.
His primary scientific interests are in Economic geography, Sanitation, Corporate governance, Perspective and Sociotechnical system. His research in Economic geography tackles topics such as Path creation which are related to areas like Leverage and Legitimacy. The Sanitation study combines topics in areas such as Innovation system, Intermediary, Toilet, Added value and International development.
His work deals with themes such as Epistemology and Politics, which intersect with Corporate governance. In his works, Bernhard Truffer conducts interdisciplinary research on Sociotechnical system and Transition. He studies Technological innovation system which is a part of Industrial organization.
His main research concerns Virtual community, Social media, Data science, Sustainable society and User innovation. Among his Virtual community studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Virtual user and Electric vehicle.
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Sustainability transitions: an emerging field of research and its prospects
Jochen Markard;Rob Raven;Bernhard Truffer.
Research Policy (2012)
Technological innovation systems and the multi-level perspective: Towards an integrated framework
Jochen Markard;Bernhard Truffer.
Research Policy (2008)
Toward a spatial perspective on sustainability transitions
Lars Coenen;Paul Stephen Benneworth;B. Truffer;B. Truffer.
Research Policy (2012)
Experimenting for Sustainable Transport: The Approach of Strategic Niche Management
Remco Hoogma;René Kemp;Johan Schot;Bernhard Truffer.
Environmental Innovation and Sustainability Transitions in Regional Studies
Bernhard Truffer;Lars Coenen.
Regional Studies (2012)
The structuration of socio-technical regimes—Conceptual foundations from institutional theory
Lea Fuenfschilling;Lea Fuenfschilling;Bernhard Truffer.
Research Policy (2014)
Environmental innovation and societal transitions: Introduction and overview
Jeroen C.J.M. van den Bergh;Bernhard Truffer;Bernhard Truffer;Giorgos Kallis.
Environmental innovation and societal transitions (2011)
Technological innovation systems in contexts: conceptualizing contextual structures and interaction dynamics
Anna Bergek;Marko Hekkert;Staffan Jacobsson;Jochen Markard.
Environmental innovation and societal transitions (2015)
Emerging solutions to the water challenges of an urbanizing world
Tove A. Larsen;Sabine Hoffmann;Christoph Lüthi;Bernhard Truffer.
Absorptive capacity, learning processes and combinative capabilities as determinants of strategic innovation
Heiko Gebauer;Hagen Worch;Bernhard Truffer.
European Management Journal (2012)
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