University of Sussex
Karoline S. Rogge mostly deals with Policy mix, Policy studies, Technological change, Public economics and Policy analysis. Her Policy mix research spans across into areas like Incentive, Transition, Creative destruction, Economic system and Pace. Her Incentive research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Conceptual framework, Position and Portfolio.
Technological change is integrated with Emissions trading and Electricity in her study. Her Public economics research incorporates elements of Technology policy and Management science. Her work deals with themes such as Credibility, Empirical research, Environmental economics and Marketing, which intersect with Policy analysis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Policy mix, Emissions trading, Industrial organization, Credibility and Technological change. Karoline S. Rogge integrates many fields, such as Policy mix, Public economics, Policy studies, Policy analysis, Empirical research and Economic system, in her works. Her Economic system research includes elements of Agency and Creative destruction.
Her research investigates the link between Industrial organization and topics such as Relevance that cross with problems in Positive economics. The various areas that Karoline S. Rogge examines in her Credibility study include Marketing, Interdependence and Politics. Karoline S. Rogge merges many fields, such as Technological change and Economy, in her writings.
Her primary areas of study are Sociotechnical system, Economic system, Policy mix, Industrial policy and Energy policy. Her Sociotechnical system study spans across into subjects like Business model, Integrated assessment modelling, Work, Scenario analysis and Bridge. She combines subjects such as Normative, Experimentalism, Intervention and Instrumentalism with her study of Business model.
Her Economic system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Disruptive innovation and Restructuring. The study of Industrial policy is intertwined with the study of Environmental economics in a number of ways. Her Politics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Order, Abandonment and Credibility.
Her primary scientific interests are in Sociotechnical system, Scope, Operations research, Economic system and Deliberation. Karoline S. Rogge incorporates a variety of subjects into her writings, including Sociotechnical system, Narrative and Empirical research. Narrative combines with fields such as Bridge, Scenario analysis, Work, Integrated assessment modelling and Transition in her investigation.
Her work often combines Bridge and Process management studies. In her works, Karoline S. Rogge undertakes multidisciplinary study on Empirical research and CLARITY. Her Scope studies intersect with other disciplines such as Transformative learning and Agency.
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Policy mixes for sustainability transitions: An extended concept and framework for analysis
Karoline S. Rogge;Karoline S. Rogge;Kristin Reichardt.
Research Policy (2016)
The innovation impact of the EU Emission Trading System — Findings of company case studies in the German power sector
Karoline S. Rogge;Malte Schneider;Volker H. Hoffmann.
Ecological Economics (2011)
Conceptual and empirical advances in analysing policy mixes for energy transitions
Karoline S. Rogge;Karoline S. Rogge;Florian Kern;Michael Howlett;Michael Howlett.
Energy research and social science (2017)
The co-evolution of policy mixes and socio-technical systems: towards a conceptual framework of policy mix feedback in sustainability transitions
Duncan L. Edmondson;Florian Kern;Karoline S. Rogge;Karoline S. Rogge.
Research Policy (2019)
The pace of governed energy transitions: Agency, international dynamics and the global Paris agreement accelerating decarbonisation processes?
Florian Kern;Karoline S. Rogge;Karoline S. Rogge.
Energy research and social science (2016)
The effects of climate policy on the rate and direction of innovation: a survey of the EU ETS and the electricity sector
Tobias S. Schmidt;Malte Schneider;Karoline S. Rogge;Martin J.A. Schuetz.
Environmental innovation and societal transitions (2012)
The impact of the EU ETS on the sectoral innovation system for power generation technologies – Findings for Germany
Karoline S. Rogge;Volker H. Hoffmann.
Energy Policy (2010)
Analyzing interdependencies between policy mixes and technological innovation systems: the case of offshore wind in Germany
Kristin Reichardt;Kristin Reichardt;Simona O. Negro;Karoline S. Rogge;Karoline S. Rogge;Marko P. Hekkert.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2016)
Harnessing theories of the policy process for analysing the politics of sustainability transitions: A critical survey
Florian Kern;Karoline S. Rogge;Karoline S. Rogge.
Environmental innovation and societal transitions (2017)
EU emissions trading: an early analysis of national allocation plans for 2008–2012
Regina Betz;Karoline Rogge;Joachim Schleich.
Climate Policy (2006)
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