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Robert HW Boyer
Robert HW Boyer
RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sustainable Analyics Unit
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Five approaches to social sustainability and an integrated way forward
RHW Boyer, ND Peterson, P Arora, K Caldwell
Sustainability 8 (9), 878, 2016
2892016
Grassroots innovation for urban sustainability: comparing the diffusion pathways of three ecovillage projects
RHW Boyer
Environment and Planning A 47 (2), 320-337, 2015
1762015
Product labels for the circular economy: are customers willing to pay for circular?
RHW Boyer, AD Hunka, M Linder, KA Whalen, S Habibi
Sustainable Production and Consumption 27, 61-71, 2021
94*2021
Achieving one-planet living through transitions in social practice: a case study of Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage
RHW Boyer
Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 12 (1), 2016
672016
Product-level inherent circularity and its relationship to environmental impact
M Linder, RHW Boyer, L Dahllöf, E Vanacore, A Hunka
Journal of Cleaner Production, 121096, 2020
642020
Cohousing for whom? Survey evidence to support the diffusion of socially and spatially integrated housing in the United States
RHW Boyer, S Leland
Housing Policy Debate 28 (5), 653-667, 2018
482018
Intermediacy and the diffusion of grassroots innovations: The case of cohousing in the United States.
RHW Boyer
Environmental innovation and societal transitions 26, 32-43, 2018
452018
Three‐dimensional product circularity
RHW Boyer, AC Mellquist, M Williander, S Fallahi, T Nyström, M Linder, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 25 (4), 824-833, 2021
392021
Sociotechnical transitions and urban planning: A case study of eco-cohousing in Tompkins County, New York
R Boyer
Journal of Planning Education and Research 34 (4), 451-464, 2014
362014
Recreational bicycling as a “gateway” to utility bicycling: The case of Charlotte, NC
R Boyer
International journal of sustainable transportation 12 (6), 407-415, 2018
242018
Consumer demand for circular products: Identifying customer segments in the circular economy
RHW Boyer, AD Hunka, KA Whalen
Sustainability 13 (22), 12348, 2021
202021
Bicycle commuting in an automobile-dominated city: how individuals become and remain bike commuters in Charlotte, North Carolina
KB Caldwell, RHW Boyer
Transportation 46 (5), 1785-1806, 2019
202019
Acting under the influence: Plans as improvisational gifts
RHW Boyer, LD Hopkins
Planning Theory 17 (1), 31-52, 2018
202018
Zoning restrictiveness and housing foreclosures: Exploring a new link to the subprime mortgage crisis
A Chakraborty, D Allred, RH Boyer
Housing Policy Debate 23 (2), 431-457, 2013
162013
Team-based learning in the urban planning classroom
RHW Boyer
Journal of planning education and research 40 (4), 460-471, 2020
122020
Managing circular business model uncertainties with future adaptive design
T Nyström, KA Whalen, D Diener, M den Hollander, RHW Boyer
Sustainability 13 (18), 10361, 2021
102021
Conserving biodiversity takes a plan: How planners implement ecological information for biodiversity conservation
SA Gagné, K Bryan-Scaggs, RHW Boyer, WN Xiang
Ambio 49 (9), 1490-1505, 2020
102020
Transitioning to sustainable urban development: A niche-based approach
RH Boyer
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2013
102013
Market Endurance: A cost-accounting based metric for measuring value retention for the Circular Economy
AC Mellquist, R Boyer, M Williander
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 179, 106117, 2022
82022
Rethinking the diffusion of grassroots innovations: An embedding framework
R Roysen, N Bruehwiler, L Kos, R Boyer, J Koehrsen
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 200, 123156, 2024
62024
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