Thomas B. Long
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Barriers to the adoption and diffusion of technological innovations for climate-smart agriculture in Europe: evidence from the Netherlands, France, Switzerland and Italy
TB Long, V Blok, I Coninx
Journal of Cleaner Production 112, 9-21, 2016
How the characteristics of innovations impact their adoption: An exploration of climate-smart agricultural innovations in South Africa
MP Senyolo, TB Long, V Blok, O Omta
Journal of Cleaner Production 172, 3825-3840, 2018
Critical success factors for the transition to business models for sustainability in the food and beverage industry in the Netherlands
TB Long, A Looijen, V Blok
Journal of cleaner production 175, 82-95, 2018
From best practices to bridges for a more sustainable future: Advances and challenges in the transition to global sustainable production and consumption: Introduction to the …
V Blok, TB Long, AI Gaziulusoy, N Ciliz, R Lozano, D Huisingh, M Csutora, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 108, 19-30, 2015
The design and testing of a tool for developing responsible innovation in start-up enterprises
TB Long, V Blok, S Dorrestijn, P Macnaghten
Journal of Responsible Innovation 7 (1), 45-75, 2020
Business models for maximising the diffusion of technological innovations for climate-smart agriculture
TB Long, V Blok, K Poldner
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 20 (1), 5-23, 2017
Integrating the management of socio-ethical factors into industry innovation: towards a concept of Open Innovation 2.0
TB Long, V Blok
International food and agribusiness management review 21 (4), 463-486, 2018
The diffusion of climate-smart agricultural innovations: Systems level factors that inhibit sustainable entrepreneurial action
TB Long, V Blok, I Coninx
Journal of Cleaner Production 232, 993-1004, 2019
The impact of domestic energy efficiency retrofit schemes on householder attitudes and behaviours
TB Long, W Young, P Webber, A Gouldson, H Harwatt
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58 (10), 1853-1876, 2015
An exploration of intervention options to enhance the management of supply chain greenhouse gas emissions in the UK
TB Long, W Young
Journal of Cleaner Production 112, 1834-1848, 2016
When the going gets tough, the tough get going: towards a new–more critical–engagement with responsible research and innovation in an age of Trump, Brexit, and wider populism
TB Long, V Blok
Journal of Responsible Innovation 4 (1), 64-70, 2017
Sustainable Business Strategies
TB Long
Decent Work and Economic Growth, 975-985, 2020
Innovating for sustainability through collaborative innovation contests
A Greco, M Eikelenboom, TB Long
Journal of Cleaner Production 311, 127628, 2021
Responsible management of innovation in business
TB Long, E Iņigo, V Blok
Research handbook of responsible management, 606-623, 2020
When bike sharing business models go bad: Incorporating responsibility into business model innovation
TB Long, A van Waes
Journal of Cleaner Production 297, 126679, 2021
Circular strategies for social housing associations: Lessons from a Dutch case
M Eikelenboom, TB Long, G de Jong
Journal of Cleaner Production 292, 126024, 2021
Sustainable entrepreneurship and legitimacy building in protected areas: Overcoming distinctive barriers through activism
HLA Dawo, TB Long, G de Jong
Business Strategy and the Environment 32 (1), 72-95, 2023
Niche level investment challenges for European Green Deal financing in Europe: lessons from and for the agri-food climate transition
TB Long, V Blok
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2021
Enhancing the adoption of climate-smart technologies using public-private partnerships: lessons from the WEMA case in South Africa
MP Senyolo, TB Long, O Omta
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 24 (5), 755-776, 2021
Responsible innovation in industry and the importance of customer orientation: introduction to the special issue
V Blok, V Scholten, TB Long
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 21 (4), 455-462, 2018
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