Publications

Scientific publications registered in DiVA at the University of Gävle.

| Book chapters | Conference papers | Reports


Book chapters

Hollander, E. & Fregidou-Malama, M. (2017). The contemporary relevance of Karl Polanyi – a Swedish case. Theory and Method of Evolutionary Political Economy : A Cyprus Symposium. Abingdon: Routledge. P. 54-72. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2016). Kravformarmodellen för innovationer : en pusselbit för frigörande arbetslivsforskning. På jakt efter framtidens arbete : utmaningar i arbetets organisering och forskning. Stockholm: Tankesmedjan Tiden. P. 131-135. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2001). Enviro-innovative processes initialised by unions and other social actors : with a focus on TCO eco-labels. Towards a Sustainable Worklife : Building Social Capacity - European Approaches. Berlin: Edition Sigma. P. 87-103. External link [More information]

Conference papers

Hollander, E. (2017). Conscious Use, Collaborative Research and 'Interdisciplinarities'. Consuming the Environment. Gävle. P. 29-30. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2016). Demand shaping and the quadruple challenge for industrial policy. EAEPE 2016 Proceedings. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2016). Emancipatory Reembedding. EAEPE 2016 Proceedings. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2016). Innovation and Entrepreneurship in a Circular Economy. EAEPE 2016 Proceedings. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2016). Political Economy’s role in understanding and combatting authoritarian nationalisms in a time of mass migration. EAEPE 2016 Proceedings. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2015). Innovation and entrepreneurship in a no-growth society : some Polanyi-inspired concepts and ‘thought figures’. . External link [More information]
Hollander, E., Hermele, K., Negru, I. & Dymski, G. (2015). Using Polanyian concepts to bring together sustainability discourses. . External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2012). Bretton Woods as a prerequisite for the Swedish Model. . External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2012). Halting Global Degradation? : Forces which might Reverse the Spread of Toxic Work. ILPC 2012 Papers. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2012). Halting Global Toxification? : Forces which might Detoxify Global Product Chains. ILPC 2012 Papers. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2012). The Political Economy of Global Detoxification/Ecological Sustainability. . External link [More information]
Hermele, K. & Hollander, E. (2008). Taking sustainability into account. Science for sustainable development : the social challenge with emphasis on the conditions for change : proceedings of the 2nd VHU Conference on Science for Sustainable Development, Linköping, Sweden, 6-7 September 2007. Uppsala: Föreningen Vetenskap för Hållbar Utveckling (VHU). P. 221-229. External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2006). Introducing demand shaping as a mirror process to the innovation process. . [More information]
Hermele, K. & Hollander, E. (2006). Only What Counts, Counts : Sustainability Accounting Innovations as Tools to Open New Fields of Enquiry. . [More information]
Haley, B. & Hollander, E. (2005). Advanced Sustainability Demands from Labour : Re-embedding for Democracy and Ecology. . External link [More information]
Hollander, E. (2003). The noble art of <em>demand shaping</em> : how the tenacity of sustainable innovation can be explained by it being radical in a new sense. Proceedings of GIN2003. External link [More information]

Reports

Hollander, E. (2011). The Doll, the Globe and the  Boomerang : Chemical Risks  in the Future : Introduced by a  Chinese Doll Coming to Sweden. Gävle: University of Gävle. 74 p. (Research report 2) External link [More information]
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