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Edited by Siri Jakobsen, Thomas Lauvås, Francesco Quatraro, Einar Rasmussen and Marianne Steinmo

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Edited by Siri Jakobsen, Thomas Lauvås, Francesco Quatraro, Einar Rasmussen and Marianne Steinmo

The transition to a circular economy requires innovation at all levels of society. This insightful Research Handbook is the first comprehensive edited work examining how innovation can contribute to a more circular economy.
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Edited by Adam Lindgreen, Alan Irwin, Flemming Poulfelt and Thyra U. Thomsen

It is an old cliché that leading and managing academics is like herding cats. This book challenges this myth and presents a way to deal with the many challenges of academic leadership, from managing departments, research groups and teams to managing tensions between research and teaching. The book is a practical and stimulating guide to different pathways to successful academic leadership, both in personal and organizational terms.
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Edited by Adam Lindgreen, Alan Irwin, Flemming Poulfelt and Thyra U. Thomsen

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Edited by Jing Zhou and Elizabeth D. Rouse

This cutting-edge Handbook takes stock of a diverse set of theoretical and methodological perspectives that address creativity, innovation, and the ways in which they intersect. Considering the development of the field, the Handbook examines current trends to chart a path forward for promising future research.
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Lauren Waardenburg, Marleen Huysman and Marlous Agterberg

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Mariya Aleksynska, Andrey Shevchuk and Denis Strebkov

The turn of the millennium marked the emergence of a new type of labour market in which workers - often referred to as freelancers - digitally deliver services to clients through dedicated online labour platforms.One important feature of these labour markets is that they potentially do not have geographical boundaries. In contrast to place-based digital platforms, such as taxi or delivery apps, online labour platforms match workers from any location to global pools of work opportunities without requiring workers' physical mobility (Horton 2010; Malone and Laubacher 1998; Graham et al. 2017). As such, they help to overcome distances and constraints of local demand through 'virtual migration' (Aneesh 2006). Given this, the development of online labour markets has been heralded as leading to the 'flat world' (Friedman 2007) and making spatial location increasingly irrelevant to economic activity.

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Edited by Benoît Godin, Gérald Gaglio and Dominique Vinck

This insightful Handbook scrutinizes alternative concepts and approaches to the dominant economic or industrial theories of innovation. Providing an assessment of these alternatives, it questions the absence of these neglected types of innovation and suggests diverse theories.
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Benjamin Herr, Philip Schörpf and Jörg Flecker

New forms of work organization associated with platform labour challenge the notion of the traditional workplace, the employment relationship and the given institutional setting of a nation state. Such conventional spatial and institutional 'containers', where work traditionally takes place, are clearly losing importance in the platform economy. In particular, online platform labour seems to be 'placeless', which is not actually the case because the work takes place somewhere, its spatial distribution is not arbitrary and employment is influenced by local and national conditions. Location-based platform work, on the other hand, is not fully limited to the local scale not least because many platforms are multinational corporations. While place and space still matter the platform economy clearly has an impact on labour relations by, among other things, altering spatial structures.

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Edited by Benoît Godin, Gérald Gaglio and Dominique Vinck