The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Industrial organization, Product, Sustainability, Environmental innovation and Empirical evidence. Klaus Rennings connects Industrial organization with Technology push in his study. Klaus Rennings regularly ties together related areas like Discrete choice in his Product studies.
His work in Environmental innovation addresses issues such as Marketing, which are connected to fields such as Profit. His Capital research includes elements of Environmental economics and Sustainable development. His Innovation management study incorporates themes from Evolutionary economics and Innovation economics, Economic system.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial organization, German, Empirical evidence, Product and Sustainable development. He performs integrative Industrial organization and Technology push research in his work. As a member of one scientific family, Klaus Rennings mostly works in the field of Product, focusing on Discrete choice and, on occasion, Multinomial probit.
His studies in Sustainable development integrate themes in fields like Market system and Sustainability. As a part of the same scientific family, Klaus Rennings mostly works in the field of Sustainability, focusing on Environmental economics and, on occasion, Ecological economics. His First-mover advantage, Product innovation and Innovation management study in the realm of Marketing connects with subjects such as Environmental scanning and Energy.
Klaus Rennings mostly deals with Industrial organization, First-mover advantage, Profitability index, Emerging markets and Environmental innovation. His work deals with themes such as Order, Sunk costs and Diffusion of innovations, which intersect with Industrial organization. His study on First-mover advantage also encompasses disciplines like
The study incorporates disciplines such as Energy consumption, Hazardous waste, Material efficiency and Discrete choice in addition to Product. His work is dedicated to discovering how Environmental innovation, Process are connected with Environmental resource management and Environmental impact assessment and other disciplines. The Marketing study which covers Competition that intersects with Economic potential, Economic system and Industrial policy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Industrial organization, Context, Competition, Environmental innovation and Environmental impact assessment. Klaus Rennings combines subjects such as Marketing, Product, Hazardous waste and Material efficiency with his study of Industrial organization. Context is connected with Lead markets, Emerging markets, Economic potential, Economic system and Technological change in his research.
His Technological change research includes elements of Empirical evidence and Sustainable development. His Environmental innovation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Process innovation and Labour economics. Klaus Rennings frequently studies issues relating to Environmental resource management and Environmental impact assessment.
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Redefining innovation — eco-innovation research and the contribution from ecological economics
Ecological Economics (2000)
Determinants of eco-innovations by type of environmental impact — The role of regulatory push/pull, technology push and market pull
Jens Horbach;Christian Rammer;Klaus Rennings.
Ecological Economics (2012)
End‐of‐pipe or cleaner production? An empirical comparison of environmental innovation decisions across OECD countries
Manuel Frondel;Jens Horbach;Klaus Rennings.
Business Strategy and The Environment (2007)
Lead markets and regulation: a framework for analyzing the international diffusion of environmental innovations
Marian Beise;Klaus Rennings.
Ecological Economics (2005)
Integrated product policy and environmental product innovations: An empirical analysis
Katharina-Maria Rehfeld;Klaus Rennings;Andreas Ziegler.
Ecological Economics (2007)
The influence of different characteristics of the EU environmental management and auditing scheme on technical environmental innovations and economic performance
Klaus Rennings;Andreas Ziegler;Kathrin Ankele;Esther Hoffmann.
Ecological Economics (2006)
Determinants of environmental product and process innovation
Thomas Cleff;Klaus Rennings.
European Environment (1999)
What triggers environmental management and innovation? Empirical evidence for Germany
Manuel Frondel;Jens Horbach;Klaus Rennings.
Ecological Economics (2008)
Steps towards indicators of sustainable development: Linking economic and ecological concepts
Klaus Rennings;Hubert Wiggering.
Ecological Economics (1997)
The Impact of Regulation-Driven Environmental Innovation on Innovation Success and Firm Performance
Klaus Rennings;Christian Rammer.
Industry and Innovation (2011)
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