Markus Steen
Markus Steen
SINTEF, Department of Technology Management
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei sintef.no
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Incumbents' diversification and cross-sectorial energy industry dynamics
M Steen, T Weaver
Research Policy 46 (6), 1071-1086, 2017
652017
Reconsidering path creation in economic geography: Aspects of agency, temporality and methods
M Steen
European Planning Studies 24 (9), 1605-1622, 2016
472016
Same sea, different ponds: Cross-sectorial knowledge spillovers in the North Sea
M Steen, GH Hansen
European Planning Studies 22 (10), 2030-2049, 2014
462014
Path creation in a single-industry town: The case of Verdal and Windcluster Mid-Norway
M Steen, A Karlsen
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography 68 (2), 133-143, 2014
452014
Path creation, global production networks and regional development: A comparative international analysis of the offshore wind sector
D MacKinnon, S Dawley, M Steen, MP Menzel, A Karlsen, P Sommer, ...
Progress in Planning 130, 1-31, 2019
412019
Barriers to Path Creation: The Case of Offshore Wind Power in Norway
M Steen, GH Hansen
Economic Geography 94 (2), 188-210, 2018
412018
Offshore oil and gas firms’ involvement in offshore wind: Technological frames and undercurrents
GH Hansen, M Steen
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 17, 1-14, 2015
412015
Green growth – A synthesis of scientific findings
M Capasso, T Hansen, J Heiberg, A Klitkou, M Steen
Technological Forecasting & Social Change 146, 390-402, 2019
272019
Langtidseffekter av omstillingsprogram
R Sand, M Steen, SK Carlsson, Espen, Nilsen
Trøndelag Forskning og Utvikling AS Steinkjer, 2010
262010
Resilient peripheral regions? The long-term effects of ten Norwegian restructuring programmes
E Carlsson, M Steen, R Sand, SK Nilsen
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography 68 (2), 91-101, 2014
242014
Vindkraft til havs. Teknologi-og industriutvikling fra et norsk bedriftsperspektiv
GH Hansen, M Steen
CenSES-rapport 1, 2011, 2011
22*2011
Upgrading the ‘Petropolis’ of the North? Resource peripheries, global production networks, and local access to the Snøhvit natural gas complex
M Steen, A Underthun
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography 65 (4), 212-225, 2011
142011
The role of inter-sectoral dynamics in sustainability transitions: A comment on the transitions research agenda
AD Andersen, M Steen, T Mäkitie, J Hanson, TM Thune, B Soppe
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 34, 348-351, 2020
132020
Towards a sustainability transition in the maritime shipping sector: the role of market segment characteristics
A Bergek, Ø Bjørgum, T Hansen, J Hanson, M Steen
9th International Sustainability Transitions Conference, Manchester (UK), 2018
132018
Et grønt maritimt skifte? Omstilling til en mer miljøvennlig skipsfart
M Steen
Grønn omstilling - norske veivalg, 45-60, 2018
13*2018
Greening the fleet: A technological innovation system (TIS) analysis of hydrogen, battery electric, liquefied biogas, and biodiesel in the maritime sector
M Steen, H Bach, Ø Bjørgum, T Hansen, A Kenzhegaliyeva
SINTEF, 2019
112019
Conditions for growth in the Norwegian offshore wind industry. International market developments, Norwegian firm characteristics and strategies, and policies for industry …
J Hanson, HE Normann, S Afewerki, A Aspelund, Ø Bjørgum, A Karlsen, ...
Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies 15, 2019
9*2019
Make at home or abroad? Manufacturing reshoring through a GPN lens: A Norwegian case study
HB Lund, M Steen
Geoforum, 2020
72020
Becoming the next adventure? Exploring the complexities of path creation: The case of offshore wind power in Norway
M Steen
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Social Sciences …, 2016
6*2016
Path creation through branching and transfer of complementary resources: the role of established industries for new renewable energy technologies
J Hanson, M Steen, T Weaver, HE Normann, GH Hansen
Working Papers on Innovation Studies, 2016
6*2016
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