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This dissertation supports researchers, professionals, and students in understanding and shaping circular business models for industrial symbiosis networks through collaborative modelling and simulation methods. Three theoretical perspectives, design science research, complex adaptive socio-technical systems, and circular business model innovation, shed light on designing business models for industrial symbiosis. A serious game and agent-based models were developed in multiple case studies with researchers, practitioners, and students. These were then used to design circular business models and explore their efficacy under uncertain conditions, such as various behavioural intentions of potential partners in diverse natural and societal contexts.
This thesis advances business model design and experimentation by integrated simulation of social and technical aspects of industrial symbiosis. Furthermore, the research shows how simulations facilitate learning processes in designing circular business models. Ultimately, the thesis equips researchers, practitioners, and students with knowledge, tools, and methods to shape a circular economy.
|Qualification||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Award date||1 Jul 2022|
|Place of Publication||Delft|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Jun 2022|
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Kasper Lange (Speaker), Gijsbert Korevaar (Speaker), Jaco Quist (Speaker), Kjell-Eric Bugge (Speaker) & Dankeld Vanmeenen (Speaker)9 Feb 2022
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk › ProfessionalFile
Kasper Lange (Member), Mara Haverkort (Chair), Gijsbert Korevaar (Member), Jaco Quist (Member), Colette van der Minne (Member), Guus Mulder (Member), Mark van Ommen (Member), Karen Janssen (Member), Mitchell Droog (Member), Wouter Spekkink (Member), Ebel Berghuis (Member), Kjell-Erik Bugge (Member) & Cees-Jan Pen (Member)1 Sept 2020 → 16 Feb 2021
Activity: Membership › Membership of network › Societal