Publications

Apajalahti, E-L., Lovio, R. & Heiskanen, E. 2015. From Demand Side Management (DSM) to Energy Efficiency Services: A Finnish Case Study. Energy Policy, vol. 81. P. 76–85.

Eskelinen, T. & Mäkinen, J. 2014. Financial Risks and the Division of Moral Labor. Northern European Journal of Philosophy (SATS), vol. 15:1. P. 55-74.

Forssell, S., & Lankoski, L. 2018. Shaping norms. A convention theoretical examination of alternative food retailers as food sustainability transition actors. Journal of Rural Studies, vol. 63. P. 46-56. DOI:10.1016/j.jrurstud.2018.04.015

Goodman, J., Korsunova, A. & Halme, M. 2017. Our Collaborative Future: Activities and Roles of Stakeholders in Sustainability-Oriented Innovation. Business, Strategy & the Environment, vol.26:6. P. 731-753. DOI: 10.1002/bse.1941

Goodman, J. & Arenas, D. 2015. Engaging Ethically: A Discourse Ethics Perspective on Social Shareholder Engagement. Business Ethics Quarterly, vol. 25:2. P. 163-189.

Goodman, J., Louche, C., van Cranenburgh, K. C. & Arenas, D. 2014. Social Shareholder Engagement: The Dynamics of Voice and Exit. Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 125:2. P. 193-210.

Halme, M. & Korpela, M. 2014. Responsible innovation toward sustainable development in small and medium sized enterprises: A resource perspective. Business Strategy and the Environment, vol. 23:8. P. 547-566. DOI: 10.1002/bse.1801

Halme, M., Lindeman, S. & Linna, P. 2012. Innovation for Inclusive Business: Intrapreneurial Bricolage in Multinational Corporations. Journal of Management Studies, vol. 49:4. P. 743-784.

Halme, M., Rintamäki, J., Knudsen, J. S., Lankoski, L. & Kuisma, M. 2018. When Is There a Sustainability Case for CSR? Pathways to Environmental and Social Performance Improvements. Business & Society. P. 1-47.

Hart, S., Sharma, S. & Halme, M. 2016. Poverty, Business Strategy, and Sustainable Development. Organization and Environment, vol. 29:4. P. 401-415.

Haukkala, T. 2015. Does the sun shine in the High North? Vested interests as a barrier to solar energy deployment in Finland. Energy Research & Social Science, vol. 6. P. 50-58.

Heikkurinen, P. & Bonnedahl, K. J. 2013. Corporate responsibility for sustainable development: A review and conceptual comparison of market-and stakeholder-oriented strategies. Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 43. P. 191-198.

Heiskanen, E., Jalas, M., Rinkinen, J. & Tainio, P. 2014. The local community as “low-carbon lab”: Promises and perils. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, vol. 14. P. 149-164. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eist.2014.08.001.

Heiskanen, E., Nissilä, H. & Lovio, R. 2015. Building Demonstration Projects as Sustainable Niches for New Technology: Solar Building Integration in Finland. Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 109. P. 347-356.

Hyysalo, S., Helminen, P., Mäkinen, S., Johnson, M., Juntunen, J. K. & Freeman, S. 2014. Intermediate Search Elements and Method Combination in Lead-User Searches. International Journal of Innovation Management, vol. 18:4. 41 pages.

Jalas, M. & Juntunen, J. K. 2015. Energy Intensive Lifestyles: Time Use, the Activity Patterns of Consumers, and Related Energy Demands in Finland. Ecological Economics, vol. 113. P. 51–59.

Jalas, M., Kuusi, H. & Heiskanen, E. 2014. Self-building courses of solar heat collectors as sources of consumer empowerment and local embedding of sustainable energy technology. Science & Technology Studies, vol. 27:1. P. 76-96.

Jalas, M. & Rinkinen, J. 2013. Stacking wood and staying warm. Time, temporality and housework around domestic heating systems. Journal of Consumer Culture, vol. 16:1. P. 43-60. DOI: 10.1177/1469540513509639.

Joutsenvirta, M. 2016. A practice approach to the institutionalization of economic degrowth. Ecological Economics, vol. 128. P. 23-32.

Joutsenvirta, M. & Vaara, E. 2015. Legitimacy Struggles and Political Corporate Social Responsibility in International Settings: A Comparative Discursive Analysis of a Contested Investment in Latin America. Organization Studies, vol. 36:6. P. 741-777.

Juntunen, J. K. & Hyysalo, S. 2015. Renewable micro-generation of heat and electricity—Review on common and missing socio-technical configurations. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 49. P. 857–870.

Järvensivu, P. 2013. Transforming market-nature relations through an investigative practice. Ecological Economics, vol. 95. P. 197-205.

Kokoulina, L., Ermolaeva, L., Patala, S. & Ritala, P. 2018. Championing processes and the emergence of industrial symbiosis. Regional Studies. DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2018.1473568

Kourula, A. & Delalieux. G. 2016. The Micro-level Foundations and Dynamics of Political Corporate Social Responsibility: Hegemony and Passive Revolution through Civil Society. Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 135:4. P. 769-785. DOI: 10.1007/s10551-014-2499-7.

Lankoski, L. & Smith, N. C. 2018. Alternative Objective Functions for Firms. Organization & Environment, vol. 31:3. P. 242-262.

Lankoski, L. 2016. Alternative Conceptions of Sustainability in a Business Context. Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 139. P. 847-857.

Lankoski, L., Smith, N. C. & Van Wassenhove, L. 2016. Stakeholder Judgments of Value. Business Ethics Quarterly, vol. 26:2. P. 227-256.

Levänen, J. 2015. Ending waste by law: Institutions and collective learning in the development of industrial recycling in Finland. Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 87. P. 542-549.

Levänen, J. 2014. Policy deliberation and the trading zone metaphor: Evaluating expert participation in the reform of Finnish waste policy. Environmental Policy and Governance, vol. 24:5. P. 364-376.

Levänen, J. & Hukkinen, J. 2013. A methodology for facilitating the feedback between mental models and institutional change in industrial ecosystem governance: A waste management case-study from northern Finland. Ecological Economics, vol. 87. P. 15-23.

Levänen, J., Lyytinen, T. & Gatica, S. 2018. Modelling the Interplay Between Institutions and Circular Economy Business Models: A Case Study of Battery Recycling in Finland and Chile. Ecological Economics, vol. 154. P. 373-382.

Lindeman, S. 2014. “Until We Live Like They Live in Europe”: A Multilevel Framework for Community Empowerment in Subsistence Markets. Journal of Macromarketing, vol.34:2. P. 171-185.

Linna, P. 2013. Bricolage as a means of innovating in a resource-scarce environment: a study of innovator-entrepreneurs at the BOP. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, vol. 18:3. P. 1-23. DOI: 10.1142/S1084946713500155.

Mattinen, M., Nissinen, A., Hyysalo, S., & Juntunen, J. K. 2014. Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Air-Source Heat Pump and Innovative Ground-Source Air Heat Pump in Cold Climate. Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol. 18:1. P. 61-70.

Mäkinen, J. & Kasanen, E. 2015. In Defense of a Regulated Market Economy. Journal of Global Ethics, vol. 11:1. P. 99-109. DOI: 10.1080/17449626.2015.1004464.

Mäkinen, J. & Kasanen, E. 2014. Boundaries between Business and Politics: A Study on the Division of Moral Labor. Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 134:1. P. 103-116. DOI: 10.1007/s10551-014-2419-x

Mäkinen, J. & Kourula, A. 2012. Pluralism in Political Corporate Social Responsibility. Business Ethics Quarterly, vol. 22:4. P. 649-678.

Nissilä, H., Lempiälä, T. & Lovio, R. 2014. Constructing Expectations for Solar Technology over Multiple Field-Configuring Events: a Narrative Perspective. Science and Technology Studies, vol. 27:1. P. 54-75.

Nissilä, H. 2015. Conferences as Sequential Arenas for Creating New Sustainable Fields. Industry and Innovation, vol. 22:3. P. 209-228.

Patala, S., Korpivaara, I., Jalkala, A., Kuitunen, A. & Soppe, B. 2017. Legitimacy Under Institutional Change: How incumbents appropriate clean rhetoric for dirty technologies. Organization Studies. DOI: 10.1177/0170840617736938.

Peterman, A., Kourula, A. & Levitt, R. 2014. Balancing Act: Government Roles in an Energy Conservation Network. Research Policy, vol. 43:6. P. 1067-1082.

Rinkinen, J., Jalas, M. & Shove, E. 2015. Object relations in accounts of everyday life. Sociology, vol. 49:5. P. 870-885.

Temmes, A., Räsänen, R-S., Rinkinen, J. & Lovio, R. 2013. The Emergence of Niche Protection through Policies: The Case of Electric Vehicles Field in Finland. Science & Technology Studies, vol. 26:3. P. 37-62.

Tura, N., Keränen, J. & Patala, S. 2018. The darker side of sustainability: Tensions from sustainable business practices in business networks. Industrial Marketing Management, in press.