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Facilitating transformation from the grassroots: Bridging between worlds and fostering innovations globally. Levänen, Lindeman (in progress).
Building governance by constructing balancing practices among varying institutional logics. Levänen, Lindeman, Tervo, Lyytinen, Halme (in progress).
Rapid urbanization and lagging infrastructures: Exploring systemic water and energy challenges in Namibia. Savela et al. (in progress).
Incorporating circularity into business models: a comparative case study of institutional implications on recycling companies. Levänen, Lyytinen, Gatica (under review).
Sustainable Business Models of Small-Scale Renewable Energy Systems: Two Resource-Scarce Approaches for Design and Manufacturing. Lyytinen (in progress).
Inclusive Entrepreneurship as Institutional Work: Leveraging the Capability Approach to Understand Impacts on Structural Inequality, Lindeman, Levänen, Lyytinen, Bandi and Halme (in progress).
Modelling interconnected business models in the circular economy value chain: The story of portable batteries. Lyytinen, Levänen (in progress)
How starting points influence the frugal innovation process? Hossain, Levänen, Lindeman (in progress).
Coping with and benefiting from institutional complexity: How do actors in the field of impact investing employ management practices of hybrid organizing? Master thesis: Tapionsalo.
Addressing BOP innovation uncertainties – pathways from agile innovation towards and establised multipartnership model. Hyvärinen, Keskinen, Levänen, Varis (in progress).
Industry-academia collaboration as a pathway to co-create sustainable innovations for BOP markets. Hyvärinen, Wierenga (in progress).
Co-creation as Sensemaking: Collaboration in Inclusive Business Creation in Low-income Contexts. Nahi, Halme, Jack, S. (under review).
Engaging users in the design of homes in the rapidly urbanizing Global South. Sandman, Lindeman (in progress).
Labour ward architecture concept for low resource settings: Spreading seedlings globally while growing roots locally. Sandman, Levänen (in progress).
How might collaborative and human-centered design influence social change?. Master thesis: Fukamati.
Binding local techniques to safer health facilities. Labour ward in Namibia. Master thesis: Rantanen.
Turning the tide – reverse innovation in Finnish SMEs. Master thesis: Master thesis: Mielonen.