Technological and Economic Perspectives
Softcover Nachdruck of the original 1. Auflage 2017,
341 Seiten, Kartoniert, Paperback, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 540 g
Reihe: Economic Complexity and Evolution
Verlag: Springer International Publishing
Dabbert / Pyka / Weiss Knowledge-Driven Developments in the BioeconomyThis book is at the cutting edge of the ongoing research in bioeconomy and encompasses both technological and economic strategies to master the transformation towards a knowledge- and bio-based production system. The volume combines different international perspectives with approaches of the various fields of research. Bioeconomy is one of the future concepts of an economy which, while based on renewable biological resources, also predicts economic growth. Starting from a growth-economic as well as knowledge- and innovation-economic perspective the contributions give an overview of different existing patterns and cases and describe the basic prerequisites for the bioeconomy transformation. Therewith, the volume is a resource for experts and newcomers in the field of bioeconomy giving insight into the life cycle of bio-based products, detailing the latest advancements and how to turn them into economic growth.
Weitere Infos & Material
Strategies for Knowledge-Driven Developments in the Bioeconomy - an International and Interdisciplinary Perspective.- Part I: Bioeconomy Systems: Theoretical Underpinnings.- Transformation of Economic Systems: The Bio-Economy Case.- Structural Change, Knowledge and the Bioeconomy.- Some thoughts about the bio-economy as intelligently navigated complex adaptive systems.- Part II: Framing the Bioeconomy: Regional and National Approaches.- Varieties of Knowledge-Based Bioeconomies.- International Bioeconomy Innovations in Central America.- Bioeconomy Potential for the Brazilian Innovation System.- Tasmania's Bioeconomy: Using all Capitals to Sustain Innovative and Entrepreneurial Agrifood Value Chains.- Agricultural Biomass Utilisation as a Key Driver for Malaysian Bioeconomy.- University-Industry Relationships in the Bioeconomy Innovation System of Denmark.- Part III: Resources of the Bioeconomy: Sustainable Biomass Supply.- Increasing Biomass Production to Sustain the Bioeconomy.- Importance of Sugarcane in Brazilian and World Bioeconomy.- Economic Evaluation of Short Rotation Eucalyptus Plantation Harvesting System: a Case Study.- Technology and Sustainability of Crop Fibre Uses in Bioproducts in Ontario, Canada - Corn Stalk and Cob Fibre Performance in Polypropylene Composites.- Part IV: Bioeconomy Applications: Optimizing Processes and Management of the Bioeconomy.- Strategic Supply Chain Planning in Biomass-Based Industries - a Literature Review of Quantitative Models.- Structuring the Planning Tasks in Biomass-Based Supply Chains.- The Use of Biomass for Energy Production and Organic Fertilizer for Mitigating Climate Change and Improving the Competitiveness of the Agricultural Enterprise: The Case of the UPAP in Puriscal, Costa Rica.- Bioethanol as the Sole Solvent for Vegetable Oil Extraction and Biodiesel Production.