Jochen Markard mainly focuses on Technological innovation system, Sustainability, Transition, Conceptual framework and System level. His research investigates the link between Technological innovation system and topics such as Innovation management that cross with problems in Process management. Jochen Markard integrates many fields, such as Sustainability, Engineering ethics, Field, Social science, Position and Sustainability science, in his works.
His Engineering ethics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Agency and Human geography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Policy studies, Investment, Water supply, Industrial organization and Change management. As a part of the same scientific family, Jochen Markard mostly works in the field of Public relations, focusing on Transformation processes and, on occasion, Management science, Economic growth and Sanitation.
Jochen Markard spends much of his time researching Industrial organization, Sustainability, Energy transition, Technological innovation system and Transition. The various areas that Jochen Markard examines in his Industrial organization study include Agency, Transaction cost and Organizational structure. Among his research on Sustainability, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Management science, Scope, Engineering ethics, Criticism and Position.
Jochen Markard has researched Engineering ethics in several fields, including Agency and Human geography. His Technological innovation system research integrates issues from Field, Conceptual framework and Innovation management. His research integrates issues of Organizational innovation and Process management in his study of Innovation management.
His main research concerns Sustainability, Energy transition, Sociotechnical system, Economic system and Industrial organization. Sustainability is integrated with Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak, Pandemic, Economic collapse and Development economics in his research. His Sociotechnical system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Industrial policy, Positive economics and Empirical research.
His Business model research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic policy and Phase. His study deals with a combination of Optimism and Transition. Jochen Markard integrates Position and Order in his research.
His primary areas of investigation include Sustainability, Energy transition, Business model, Economic system and Sociotechnical system. His Sustainability research covers fields of interest such as Civil society, Human geography, Engineering ethics, Technology development and Technology life cycle. Among his Energy transition studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Economic policy and Economic recovery.
His Business model research incorporates elements of Phase and Unemployment. His Economic system study spans across into fields like Energy policy, European union, Policy mix and Distributed generation. His Sociotechnical system research includes themes of Environmental economics and Market failure.
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Sustainability transitions: an emerging field of research and its prospects
Jochen Markard;Rob Raven;Bernhard Truffer.
Technological innovation systems and the multi-level perspective: Towards an integrated framework
Jochen Markard;Bernhard Truffer.
An agenda for sustainability transitions research: State of the art and future directions
Jonathan Köhler;Frank W. Geels;Florian Kern;Jochen Markard.
Sustainability transitions in the making: A closer look at actors, strategies and resources
Jacco Farla;Jochen Markard;Rob Raven;Lars Coenen.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2012)
Technological innovation systems in contexts: conceptualizing contextual structures and interaction dynamics
Anna Bergek;Marko Hekkert;Staffan Jacobsson;Jochen Markard.
Innovation processes in large technical systems: Market liberalization as a driver for radical change?
Jochen Markard;Bernhard Truffer.
Networks and network resources in technological innovation systems: Towards a conceptual framework for system building
Jörg Musiolik;Jochen Markard;Marko Hekkert.
Socio-Technical Transitions and Policy Change - Advocacy Coalitions in Swiss Energy Policy
Jochen Markard;Marco Suter;Karin Ingold;Karin Ingold;Karin Ingold.
The technological innovation systems framework: Response to six criticisms
Jochen Markard;Marko Hekkert;Staffan Jacobsson.
Creating and shaping innovation systems: Formal networks in the innovation system for stationary fuel cells in Germany
Jörg Musiolik;Jochen Markard.
Energy Policy (2011)
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