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|Title:||Functional Analysis of Technological Innovation System with Inclusion of Sectoral and Spatial Perspectives: The Case of the Biogas Industry in Russia|
|Citation:||Nevzorova T. Functional Analysis of Technological Innovation System with Inclusion of Sectoral and Spatial Perspectives: The Case of the Biogas Industry in Russia / T. Nevzorova // Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. — 2022. — Vol. 42. — P. 232-250.|
|Abstract:||This study aims to conduct a functional analysis of the technological innovation system with the inclusion of sectoral and spatial perspectives. This involves the impact analysis of a variety of sectors’ integration into the biogas value chain and a more explicit review of spatial and institutional contexts of the transition process. By applying mixed methods research, this approach is illustrated by examining the development of the biogas industry in Russia. As a result, the adjusted framework enables us to understand how technological innovation develops, diffuses, and uses in specific segments and places. Such an advanced insight of the analyzed case also helps to give accurate recommendations for policymakers, researchers, and practitioners, who seek to initiate or expand the diffusion of biogas technologies in Russia. © 2022 The Author.|
TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION SYSTEM
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||Regarding bioenergy itself, the Russian government adopted the Comprehensive Program on Development of Biotechnology through 2020 (BIO 2020) in April 2012, which was supported by the Roadmap for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Development Tatiana Nevzorova acknowledges the financial support of the Global Education Program fellowship, the Russian Federation [grant number 450]. An earlier version of the paper was presented at the “5th Network of Early Career Researchers in Sustainability Transitions Conference 2020″ held online from May 6–8, 2020.|
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