Katherine A. Whalen
Katherine A. Whalen
Researcher, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
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A review and evaluation of circular business model innovation tools
N Bocken, L Strupeit, K Whalen, J Nu▀holz
Sustainability 11 (8), 2210, 2019
‘All they do is win’: Lessons learned from use of a serious game for Circular Economy education
KA Whalen, C Berlin, J Ekberg, I Barletta, P Hammersberg
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 135, 335-345, 2018
Bridging the gap: Barriers and potential for scaling reuse practices in the Swedish ICT sector
KA Whalen, L Milios, J Nussholz
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 135, 123-131, 2018
Business model innovation for a Circular Economy: Drivers and barriers for the Swedish industry–the voice of REES companies
O Mont, A Plepys, K Whalen, JLK Nu▀holz
Mistra REES, 2017
Three circular business models that extend product value and their contribution to resource efficiency
KA Whalen
Journal of cleaner production 226, 1128-1137, 2019
Material reuse in buildings: Implications of a circular business model for sustainable value creation
JLK Nussholz, FN Rasmussen, K Whalen, A Plepys
Journal of Cleaner Production 245, 118546, 2020
In the Loop–Sustainable, Circular Product Design and Critical Materials
K Whalen, D Peck
International Journal of Automation Technology 8 (5), 664-676, 2014
Sailing towards a circular economy: Conditions for increased reuse and remanufacturing in the Scandinavian maritime sector
L Milios, B Beqiri, KA Whalen, SH Jelonek
Journal of Cleaner Production 225, 227-235, 2019
Sustainable innovation in business models: Celebrated but not interrogated
O Mont, K Whalen, J Nussholz
Handbook of Sustainable Innovation, 2019
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
Business model innovation for a Circular Economy
O Mont, A Plepys, K Whalen, J Nussholz
Drivers and barriers for the Swedish industry–the voice of REES companiesá…, 2017
Towards synergies between local repairers, citizens, designers, and public actors: the REVALUE project
B Tyl, R Allais, J Gobert, N Bocken, S Prendeville, PP Pichler, ...
Global Cleaner Production & Sustainable Consumption Conference, 2015
The circular economy and institutional economics: Compatibility and complementarity
KA Whalen, CJ Whalen
Journal of Economic Issues 52 (3), 605-614, 2018
Risk & race: Creation of a finance-focused circular economy serious game
K Whalen
PLATE: Product Lifetimes And The Environment, 422-425, 2017
Circular Economy Business Models: A Critical Examination
CJ Whalen, KA Whalen
Journal of Economic Issues 54 (3), 628-643, 2020
In the Loop: Design of a Serious Game to Create Awareness about Critical Raw Materials
KA Whalen
Circular business models that extend product value: Going beyond recycling to create new circular business opportunities
K Whalen
Lund University, 2020
Building Extended Value Chains: Lessons from Swedish ICT Repair and Resale ‘Gap Exploiters’ for Original Equipment Manufacturers
K Whalen, J Nussholz
Proceedings of the Electronics Goes Green, Berlin, Germany, 6-9, 2016
Game-Based Approaches to Sustainable Innovation
K Whalen, G Kijne
Innovation for Sustainability, 375-392, 2019
Financial assessment of reusing materials in buildings: comparing financial potential of wood, concrete, and glass reuse
JLK Nu▀holz, K Whalen
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 225 (1), 012042, 2019
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