prof. dr. ir. Rob Raven
R.P.J.M.Raven@uu.nl
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Chair
Institutions and Societal Transitions
Date of appointment 01.09.2014
Inaugural lecture date 20.05.2016
Profile

Rob Raven is designated chair in the UU strategic theme Institutions and full professor ‘Institutions and Societal Transitions’ at the Innovation studies department of Utrecht University. His interest is in sustainability transitions and socio-technical innovation. Raven made major contributions to multi-level theories of transformative change, the notion of socio-technical experimentation and to the governance perspective of strategic niche management. His empirical work has covered energy and mobility transition processes in both Europe and Asia. He published over 50 scientific articles on these topics and was editor of special issues in Research Policy, Technological Forecasting & Social Change and Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. He won the EASST Chris Freeman award for a significant collective contribution to the interaction of science and technology studies with the study of innovation. His current research agenda is focussed on analysis of transformative change in urban context such as eco-cities and smart cities. A key question is how socio-technical experimentation, institutional change and path-dependant urban regimes co-produce the future of cities world-wide.

Oratie: 'Transities in de experimentele stad' (in Dutch)

 

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Curriculum vitae

Prior positions

Eindhoven University of Technology (2005 - 2015)

Visiting professor Toulouse University School of Management (2011)

Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (2005-2008)

 

Education

PhD, Transition Studies, Eindhoven University of Technology (2005)

MSc, Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven University of Technology (1999)

 

Current projects

NATURVATION (Horizon2020), 2016-2020

Smart Cycling Futures (NWO), 2016-2021

The knowledge politics of experimenting with smart urbanism (NWO), 2016-2019

Smart eco-cities for a green economy: a comparative study of Europe and China (NWO), 2015-2018

 

Past projects

Experimenting for Sustainability in India and Thailand (NWO), 2011-2015

Towards a regional transition strategy for Walbrzych Functional Area (Climate-KIC), 2015

Smart governance at the regional-European nexus: monitoring and evaluating                                    European Knowledge and Innovation Communities (NWO), 2013

Broadening the social and political shale gas debate in the Netherlands (Rathenau Institute), 2013

Enabling and governing transitions to a low carbon society (Danish Council for Strategic Research), 2010-2014

The politics of low carbon innovation (NWO), 2010-2014

Technology transfer: getting ECN technology to the market (ECN), 2009

Exploration of mobility and ‘verrommeling’ in the Netherlands (Innovatie Network), 2008-2009

Competence kit for transition experiments (KSI), 2008

The role of social sciences in energy research (ECN), 2007

The contribution of Strategic Niche Management to system innovation  (KSI), 2006-2010

CREATE ACCEPTANCE: Social acceptance of renewable energy (7th framework program EU), 2006-2008

Energy systems in transition. A multi-regime analysis of the Dutch energy system (NWO), 2004-2006

 
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All publications
  2017 - Scholarly publications
Raven, Rob, Ghosh, Bipashyee, Wieczorek, Anna, Stirling, Andy, Ghosh, Duke, Jolly, Suyash, Karjangtimapron, Eakanut, Prabudhanitisarn, Sidtinat, Roy, Joyashree, Sangawongse, Somporn & Sengers, Frans (17.05.2017). Unpacking sustainabilities in diverse transition contexts: solar photovoltaic and urban mobility experiments in India and Thailand. Sustainability Science, (pp. 1-18) (18 p.).
  2017 - Other output
Fuenfschilling , Lea, Geels, Frank & Raven, R.P.J.M. (2017). An institutional perspective on sustainability transition.
Macrorie, Rachel, Marvin, Simon, Raven, R.P.J.M. & Smith , Adrian (2017). Standardising The Smart City - Technical Interoperability or Computational Governance?.
R.P.J.M. Raven (21.02.2017) Invited talk at Utrecht University Studium Generale on ‘De stad als oplossing?’
Raven, R.P.J.M., Cheshmehzangi, Ali, Jong, Martin, Sengers, F., Späth, Philipp & Xie, Linjun (2017). An institutional perspective on smart city experimentation: - comparing institutional arrangements in Amsterdam, Hamburg, Ningbo and Songdo. (1 p.).
van den Heiligenberg, H., Heimeriks, G.J., Hekkert, M.P., Raven, R.P.J.M. & Sol, Jifke (2017). Extreme regional habitats for sustainability experimentation and social learning in Europe. (2 p.).
van Waes, A.H.M., Raven, R.P.J.M., Farla, J.C.M. & de Jong, J. (2017). Business models for socio-technical transitions: the case of smart cycling innovations.
  2016 - Scholarly publications
Evans, James, Karvonen , Andrew & Raven, R.P.J.M. (16.05.2016). The Experimental City. (260 p.). Routledge.
Jolly, Suyash & Raven, R.P.J.M. (2016). Field configuring events shaping sustainability transitions? The case of solar PV in India. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 103, (pp. 324-333) (10 p.).
Jolly, Suyash, Spodniak, Petr & Raven, R. P J M (01.07.2016). Institutional entrepreneurship in transforming energy systems towards sustainability - Wind energy in Finland and India. Energy Research and Social Science, 17, (pp. 102-118) (17 p.).
Raven, Rob, Kern, Florian, Smith, Adrian, Jacobsson, Staffan & Verhees, Bram (01.03.2016). The politics of innovation spaces for low-carbon energy - Introduction to the special issue. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 18, (pp. 101-110) (10 p.).
Raven, Rob, Kern, Florian, Verhees, Bram & Smith, Adrian (01.03.2016). Niche construction and empowerment through socio-political work. A meta-analysis of six low-carbon technology cases. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 18, (pp. 164-180) (17 p.).
Sengers, Frans, Wieczorek, Anna J. & Raven, Rob (17.09.2016). Experimenting for sustainability transitions: A systematic literature review. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, (pp. -).
Walrave, Bob & Raven, Rob (2016). Modelling the dynamics of technological innovation systems. Research Policy, 45 (9), (pp. 1833-1844).
  2016 - Professional publications
Sengers, F. & Raven, R.P.J.M. (2016). Experimenteren voor de transitie naar duurzame steden. Rooilijn, 49, (pp. 262-281).
  2016 - Other output
R.P.J.M. Raven (27.09.2016) Fietstransities. Invited talk at Fietscommunity
R.P.J.M. Raven (06.06.2016) Lorentz workshop ‘Decarbonized futures: narrating low carbon societies’. Leiden. With Harriet Bulkeley, Maarten Hajer, Janet Stewart, Johannes Stripple.
R.P.J.M. Raven (07.06.2016) Member of the Scientific Committee for the EU-SPRI conference ‘Exploring New Avenues for Innovation and Research Policies’, Lund, Sweden
R.P.J.M. Raven (06.09.2016) Overcoming transformational failures in the dynamics of technological innovation systems
R.P.J.M. Raven (06.10.2016) Powering urban regions with new knowledge on smart and sustainable development. Key-note at VERDUS conference ‘Urban innovation – the next step
R.P.J.M. Raven (06.09.2016) Special session on ‘The dynamics of technological innovation systems’, at the 2016 International Sustainability Transitions Conference. With Jonathan Kohler (Fraunhofer Institute) and Bob Walrave (Eindhoven University of Technology)
R.P.J.M. Raven (31.08.2016) Special track ‘Smart eco-cities: experimenting with new urban futures’ at the 2016 4S/EASST conference, Barcelona, With Simon Marvin (Sheffield University), Philip Spaeth (Freiburg University), Andres Luque Ayale (Durham University), Federico Caprotti (King’s College), Matthijs Kouw (Rathenau Institute) and Frans Sengers (UU)
Raven, R.P.J.M. (20.05.2016). Transities in de experimentele stad. (16 p.). Utrecht University.
  2015 - Scholarly publications
Fatimah, Yuti Ariani, Raven, Rob P.J.M. & Arora, Saurabh (2015). Scripts in transition: Protective spaces of Indonesian biofuel villages. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 99, (pp. 1-13) (13 p.).
Jolly, Suyash & Raven, Rob (2015). Collective institutional entrepreneurship and contestations in wind energy in India. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 42 (C), (pp. 999-1011) (13 p.).
Kern, Florian, Verhees, Bram, Raven, Rob & Smith, Adrian (2015). Empowering sustainable niches: Comparing UK and Dutch offshore wind developments. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 100, (pp. 344-355) (12 p.).
Sengers, Frans & Raven, Rob (2015). Towards a spatial perspective on niche development: the case of Bus Rapid Transit. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 17, (pp. 166–182) (17 p.).
Truffer, B., Murphy, J.T. & Raven, R. (2015). The geography of sustainability transitions contours of an emerging theme. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 17, (pp. 63-72). cited By 0; Article in Press.
Verhees, Bram, Raven, Rob, Kern, Florian & Smith, Adrian (2015). The role of policy in shielding, nurturing and enabling offshore wind in the Netherlands (1973-2013). Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 47 (July 2015), (pp. 816-829).
Wieczorek, Anna & Raven, R.P.J.M. (2015). Experimenting for sustainability - A transitions perspective on sustainable electricity and mobility initiatives in India and Thailand. (36 p.). Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), WOTRO Programme.
Wieczorek, Anna, Raven, Rob & Berkhout, Frans (2015). Transnational linkages in sustainability experiments: a typology and the case of solar photovoltaic energy in India. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 17, (pp. 149-165) (17 p.).
  2015 - Professional publications
Raven, Rob (2015). Sociaalwetenschappelijke kennis versnelt energietransitie. Milieu / VVM, 2015 (2), (pp. 6-7).
Raven, Rob, Verhees, Bram, Habisch, A & Thogersen, J (2015). The Multi-Level Perspective and its relevance for EU-Innovate. EU-Innovate.
  2015 - Other output
Brommelstroet, M., Pelzer, P. & Raven, R.P.J.M. (19.11.2015). Slimme toekomsten met de fiets.
Gosh, Bipashyee, Raven, R.P.J.M., Wieczorek, Anna & Stirling, A. (12.03.2015). Unpacking sustainability in socio-technical transitions: Evidences of energy and mobility experiments from India and Thailand.
Pelzer, P., te Brömmelstroet, M., Farla, J.C.M. & Raven, R.P.J.M. (25.08.2015). Towards a better understanding of cycling transitions.
R.P.J.M. Raven (07.07.2015) Panelist on 'Institutional change to enable societal transitions'. Large panel session ‘Regional Perspectives on Low Carbon Pathways’
R.P.J.M. Raven (07.07.2015) Panelist on 'Institutional change to enable societal transitions'. Our Common Future Under Climate Change
R.P.J.M. Raven (02.07.2015) Slimme steden? Slim experimenteren!
R.P.J.M. Raven (16.09.2015) Smart Cycling Futures
R.P.J.M. Raven (22.04.2015) Socio-political work of sustainable technology advocates. A meta-analysis of six cases. Invited lecture
R.P.J.M. Raven (02.07.2015) Ted talk: Slimme steden? Slim experimenteren
Sengers, Frans, Wieczorek, Anna, Raven, R.P.J.M. & Berkhout, Frans (01.09.2015). Experimenting for urban sustainability transitions: a systemic literature review.
Wieczorek, Anna, Raven, R.P.J.M. & Sengers, Frans (20.08.2015). Experimenting for Sustainability in India and Thailand: A transitions perspective on sustainable electricity and mobility initiatives in India and Thailand.
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Kern, Florian, Smith, Adrian, Shaw, Chris, Raven, Rob & Verhees, Bram (2014). From laggard to leader: Explaining offshore wind developments in the UK. Energy Policy, 69 (June 2014), (pp. 635-646) (12 p.).
Sengers, Frans & Raven, Rob (2014). Metering Motorbike Mobility: informal transport in transition?. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 26 (4), (pp. 453-468) (16 p.).
Smith, Adrian, Kern, Florian, Raven, Rob & Verhees, Bram (2014). Spaces for sustainable innovation: solar photovoltaic electricity in the UK. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 81, (pp. 115-130) (16 p.).
  2014 - Professional publications
Wittmayer, J, Holscher, K, Frantzeskaki, N, Loorbach, D, Shiroyama, H, Ohta, K, Beers, PJ, Bos, B, Cuppen, E, Grin, J, Hotta, S, Kajiki, S, Matsuura, M, Mizugushi, S, Mori, A, Raven, Rob, Yamaguchi, Y & Yarime, M (2014). Studying sustainability transitions in welfare states. A research agenda for Japan and the Netherlands. (32 p.). DRIFT.
  2014 - Other output
Gosh, Bipashyee & Raven, Rob (03.07.2014). Sustainability appraisal of emerging trajectories in solar PV and urban mobility in India and Thailand. A multi-criteria mapping analysis.
Pell, B & Raven, Rob (2014). The self-driving car: Transition and system reproduction potentials of an emergent technology.
R.P.J.M. Raven (27.08.2014) Niche Construction and Empowerment through Socio- Political Work of Sustainable Technology Advocates. A meta- analysis of six cases.
R.P.J.M. Raven (10.09.2014) The role of experiments in sustainability experiments: a systematic literature review. Paper presentation
R.P.J.M. Raven (07.04.2014) Transnational linkages in Asian sustainability experiments. Invited lecture
R.P.J.M. Raven (18.12.2014) Workshop ‘Transition modeling’
Raven, Rob (2014). Socio-political work of sustainable technology advocates. A meta-analysis of six cases.
Raven, Rob (2014). The role of experiments in sustainability experiments: a systematic literature review.
Raven, Rob (2014). Transnational linkages in Asian sustainability experiments.
Raven, Rob, Kern, Florian, Verhees, Bram & Smith, Adrian (2014). Niche Construction and Empowerment through Socio- Political Work of Sustainable Technology Advocates. A meta- analysis of six cases.
Sengers, Frans, Wieczorek, Anna & Raven, Rob (2014). The Role of Experiments in Sustainability Transitions: A Systematic Literature Review.
Tubergen, K, Romijn, H.A., Caniels, M & Raven, Rob (2014). Partnerships in base-of-the-pyramid projects: review and agenda.
Verhees, Bram, Raven, Rob, Kern, Florian & Smith, Adrian (2014). The Role of Policy in Shielding, Nurturing and Enabling Offshore Wind in The Netherlands (1973-2013).
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Huijben, Boukje, van der Vleuten, Erik, Raven, Rob & Verbong, Geert (2013). Implementation Strategies for Desert Solar Power Plants: Strategic Niche Management, Social Acceptance, and Business Models. In K Komoto, C Breyer, E Cunow, K Megherbi, D Faiman & P van der Vleuten (Eds.), Energy from the Desert Volume 4 (pp. 209-218). International Energy Agency/ Earthscan Publishers.
Verhees, Bram, Raven, Rob, Veraart, Frank, Smith, Adrian & Kern, Florian (2013). The development of solar PV in the Netherlands: a case of survival in unfriendly contexts. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 19, (pp. 275-289).
  2013 - Professional publications
Raven, Rob & van Waes, Arnoud (2013). Kansen, risico’s en regulering. In A de Vries, Rini van Est & Arnoud van Waes (Eds.), Samen Winnen. Verbreding van schaliegasdiscussie en handvaten voor besluitvorming Rathenau Instituut.
Verbong, Geert & Raven, Rob (2013). Schaliegas in international perspectief. In A de Vries, R van Est & Arnoud van Waes (Eds.), Samen Winnen. Verbreding van schaliegasdiscussie en handvaten voor besluitvorming Rathenau Instituut.
  2012 - Scholarly publications
Farla, J.C.M., Markard, J., Raven, Rob & Coenen, L.E (2012). Sustainability transitions in the making: A closer look at actors, strategies and resources. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 79 (6), (pp. 991-998) (8 p.).
Jolly, Suyash, Raven, Rob & Romijn, Henny (2012). Upscaling of business model experiments in off-grid PV solar energy in India. Sustainability Science, 7, (pp. 199-212).
Markard, Jochen, Raven, Rob & Truffer, Bernhard (01.07.2012). Sustainability transitions - An emerging field of research and its prospects. Research Policy, 41 (6), (pp. 955-967) (13 p.).
Patwardhan, A, Foran, T, Raven, Rob, Samaras, A, Smith, Adrian, Verbong, Geert, Walawalkar, R, Azevedo, I, Patankar, M & Rao, A (2012). Transitions in Energy Systems. In L Gomez-Echeverri, T.B. Johansson, N Nakicenovic & N Patwardhan (Eds.), Global Energy Assessment: Toward a Sustainable Future (pp. 1173-1201). Cambridge: University Press.
Raven, Rob (2012). Analysing emerging sustainable energy niches in Europe. A strategic niche management perspective. In Derk Loorbach & Geert Verbong (Eds.), Governing the energy transition. Reality, illusion or necessity? (pp. 125-151). Routledge.
Raven, Rob, Schot, Johan & Berkhout, Frans (2012). Space and scale in socio-technical transitions. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 4, (pp. 63-78).
Smith, Adrian & Raven, Rob (2012). What is protective space? Reconsidering niches in transitions to sustainability. Research Policy, 41, (pp. 1025-1036).
Somporn, Sangawongse, Sengers, Frans & Raven, Rob (2012). The multi-level perspective and the scope for sustainable land use planning in Chiang Mai city. Environment and Natural Resources Journal, 10 (2), (pp. 21-30).
  2011 - Scholarly publications
Berkhout, Frans, Wieczorek, Anna & Raven, Rob (2011). Avoiding environmental convergence: a possible role for sustainability experiments in latecomer countries?. International Journal of Institutions and Economics, 3 (2), (pp. 367-385).
Doorn, Neelke, Raven, Rob & Royakkers, Lamber (2011). Distribution of responsibility in socio-technical networks: the Promest case. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 23 (4), (pp. 453-471).
Raven, Rob, Verbong, Geert, Schilpzand, Wouter & Witkamp, Marten (2011). Translation mechanisms in socio-technical niches. A case study of Dutch river management. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 23 (10), (pp. 1063-1078).
Schilpzand, Wouter, Raven, Rob & van Est, Rini (2011). Strategic Niche Management (SNM) beyond sustainability: an exploration of key findings of SNM through the lens of ICT and privacy. Journal of Strategic Management Education, 7 (2), (pp. 1) (28 p.).
Verbong, Geert, Geels, Frank & Raven, Rob (2011). Multi-niche analysis of dynamics and policies in Dutch renewable energy innovation journeys (1970-2006): hype-cycles, closed networks and technology focused learning. In Frank Geels, Steffan Jacobsson & Marko Hekkert (Eds.), The dynamics of sustainable innovation journeys Routledge.
Witkamp, Marten, Raven, Rob & Royakkers, Lamber (2011). Strategic niche management of social innovations: the case of social entrepreneurship. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 23 (6), (pp. 667-681).
Witkamp, Marten, Royakkers, Lamber & Raven, Rob (2011). From cowboys to diplomats: why social entrepreneurship requires a different attitude than its creation. Voluntas, 22 (2), (pp. 283-310).
  2010 - Scholarly publications
Berkhout, Frans, Verbong, Geert, Wieczorek, Anna, Raven, Rob, Lebel, Louis & Bai, Xuemei (2010). Sustainability experiments in Asia: niches influencing alternative development pathways?. Environmental Science and Policy, 13 (4), (pp. 261-271).
Coenen, Lars, Raven, Rob & Verbong, Geert (2010). Local niche experimentation in the energy transition: a theoretical and empirical exploration of proximity advantages and disadvantages. Technology in Society, 32 (4), (pp. 295-302).
Raven, Rob, van den Bosch, Suzanne & Weterings, Rob (2010). Transitions and strategic niche management. Towards a competence kit for practitioners. International Journal of Technology Management, 51 (1), (pp. 57-73).
Rehman, I.H., Kar, A, Raven, Rob, Singh, D, Tiwari, J, Jha, R, Sinha, P K & Mirza, A (2010). Rural energy transitions in developing countries: a case of ‘Uttam Urja’ initiative in India. Environmental Science and Policy, 13 (4), (pp. 303-311).
Romijn, Henny, Raven, Rob & de Visser, I (2010). Biomass energy experiments in rural India: insights from learning-based development approaches and lessons for Strategic Niche Management. Environmental Science and Policy, 13 (4), (pp. 326-338).
Sengers, Frans, Raven, Rob & van Venrooij, Alex (2010). From riches to rags: biofuels, media discourses and resistance to sustainable energy technologies. Energy Policy, 38, (pp. 5013-5027).
Verbong, Geert, Christiaens, W, Raven, Rob & Balkema, Annelies (2010). Strategic Niche Management in emerging economies: experimenting for sustainability in India. Environmental Science and Policy, 13 (4), (pp. 272-281).
  2009 - Scholarly publications
Raven, Rob & Verbong, Geert (2009). Boundary Crossing Innovations. Case studies from the energy domain. Technology in Society, 31 (1), (pp. 85-93).
Raven, Rob, Jolivet, Eric, Mourik, Ruth & Feenstra, Ynke (2009). ESTEEM – Managing societal acceptance in new energy projects. A toolbox method for project managers. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 76 (7), (pp. 963-977).
Raven, Rob, Mourik, Ruth, Feenstra, Ynke & Heiskanen, Eva (2009). Modulating societal acceptance in new energy projects. Towards a toolkit methodology for project managers. Energy, 34 (5), (pp. 564-574).
Ulmanen, Johanna, Verbong, Geert & Raven, Rob (2009). Biofuel developments in Sweden and the Netherlands. Protection and socio-technical change in a long-term perspective. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 13 (6-7), (pp. 1406-1417).
  2008 - Scholarly publications
Raven, Rob (2008). Strategic Niche Management for Biomass. A comparative study on the experimental introduction of bioenergy technologies in the Netherlands and Denmark. VDM Verlag .
Raven, Rob, Heiskanen, Eva, Lovio, R, Hodson, Mike & Brohmann, B (2008). The contribution of local experiments and negotiation processes to field-level learning in emerging (niche) technologies. Meta-analysis of 27 new energy projects in Europe. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, 28 (6), (pp. 464-477).
Verbong, Geert, Geels, Frank & Raven, Rob (2008). Multi-niche analysis of dynamics and policies in Dutch renewable energy innovation journeys (1970-2006): hype-cycles, closed networks and technology focused learning. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 20 (5), (pp. 555-573).
  2008 - Professional publications
Raven, Rob, van den Bosch, Suzanne, Fonk, Gert-Jan, Andringa, Jose & Weterings, Rob (2008). Competentiekit Transitie-Experimenteren. Competentie Centrum Transities .
  2007 - Scholarly publications
Geels, Frank & Raven, Rob (2007). Socio-cognitive evolution and co-evolution in competing technical trajectories: Biogas development in Denmark (1970-2002). International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 14 (1), (pp. 63-77).
Mourik, Ruth, Feenstra, Ynke & Raven, Rob (2007). Voorbeelden voor draagvlakbevordering bij duurzame energieprojecten op eilanden en in kleine gemeenschappen. Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands.
Raven, Rob & Gregersen, K.H. (2007). Biogas Plants in Denmark: successes and setbacks. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 11 (1), (pp. 116-132).
Raven, Rob & Ros, Menno (2007). Gammonderzoek binnen ECN Beleidstudies. Een SWOT en een identiteitsbeschrijving. Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands.
Raven, Rob & Verbong, Geert (2007). Multi-Regime Interactions in the Dutch Energy Sector. The Case of Combined Heat and Power in the Netherlands 1970-2000. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 19 (4), (pp. 491-507).
van der Laak, Wouter, Raven, Rob & Verbong, Geert (2007). Strategic Niche Management for Biofuels. Analysing past experiment for developing new biofuels policy. Energy Policy, 35 (6), (pp. 3213-3225).
  2007 - Professional publications
Mourik, Ruth, Feenstra, Ynke & Raven, Rob (2007). Participatie sleutel voor draagvlakvergroting. Milieu / VVM, 6, (pp. 34-35).
Mourik, Ruth, Raven, Rob & Feenstra, Ynke (2007). Kan je maatschappelijk draagvlak creëren!? De ontwikkeling van een instrument voor duurzame energieprojecten. Milieu / VVM, 7, (pp. 30-34).
  2006 - Scholarly publications
Geels, Frank & Raven, Rob (2006). Non-Linearity and Expectations in Niche-Development Trajectories. Ups and Downs in Biogas Plant Development (1973-2003). Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 18 (3-4), (pp. 375-392 ).
Junginger, H.M., Visser, E., Hjort-Gregersen, K., Koornneef, J.M., Raven, Rob, Faaij, A.P.C. & Turkenburg, W.C. (2006). Technological learning in bioenergy systems. Energy Policy, 34 (18), (pp. 4024-4041) (18 p.).
Mourik, Ruth & Raven, Rob (2006). A practitioner’s view on Strategic Niche Management. Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands.
Mourik, Ruth & Raven, Rob (2006). Van oude naar nieuwe energie voor een duurzame Parkstad. Identificatie van stakeholder perspectieven op verduurzaming van de energievoorziening in Heerlen. Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands.
Raven, Rob (2006). Towards Alternative Trajectories? Reconfigurations in the Dutch Electricity Regime. Research Policy, 35 (4), (pp. 581-595).
van der Vleuten, Erik & Raven, Rob (2006). Lock-in and Change. Distributed Generation in Denmark in a Long-Term Perspective. Energy Policy, 34 (18), (pp. 3739-3748 ).
  2006 - Professional publications
Verbong, Geert, Mourik, Ruth & Raven, Rob (2006). Towards integration of methodologies for assessing and promoting the societal embedding of energy innovations. Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands.
  2004 - Scholarly publications
Raven, Rob (2004). Implementation of manure digestion and co-combustion in the Dutch electricity regime. Energy Policy, 32 (1), (pp. 29-39).
Raven, Rob & Verbong, Geert (2004). Dung, Sludge and Landfill. Technology & Culture. Technology and Culture, 45 (3), (pp. 515-539).
Raven, Rob & Verbong, Geert (2004). Ruling out Innovations - Technological Regimes, Rules and Failures: The Cases of Heat Pump Power Generation and Bio-gas Production in the Netherlands . Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, 6 (2), (pp. 178-198).
  2001 - Scholarly publications
Raven, Rob & Verbong, Geert (2001). Biomassa. In Geert Verbong (Eds.), Een kwestie van lange adem. De geschiedenis van duurzame energie in Nederland (pp. 237-275). Aeneas Technical Publishers.
  0 - Other output
R.P.J.M. Raven () Winner of the ‘Best Teacher Award’ in the master ‘Innovation Sciences’
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Project:
NATURVATION NATure-based Urban innoVATION: New governance, business, financing models and economic impact assessment tools for sustainable cities with nature-based solutions (urban re-naturing)
01.11.2016 to 31.10.2020
General project description 

Nature-Based Solutions have the potential to limit impacts of climate change, enhance biodiversity and improve environmental quality while contributing to economic activities and social well-being. Examples are green roofs and city parks that limit heat stress, city lagoons that store water and permeable surfaces, vegetation and rain gardens to intercept storm water. To unlock the potential of nature based solutions for sustainable urban development, NATURVATION takes a transdisciplinary, internationally comparative approach to capture the multiple impacts and values of these solutions. Based on a comparison of 1000 nature based solutions across 6 cities, it identifies the most promising governance, business, finance and participation models and how to overcome the systemic conditions that currently limit their use. The real-world impact of NATURVATION is realized through co-design, co-development and co-implementation of new partnerships, knowledge, processes and tools required to build capacity, enable replication and foster cultural change.

Role Researcher Funding
EU grant
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Durham University
  • Central European University
  • Ecologic Institute gGmbH
  • ICLEI
  • Institut Fur Landeskunde
  • PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
  • Lund University
  • ENT Environment and Management
  • The Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
  • Malmo City
  • Newcastle City Council
  • Gemeente Utrecht

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