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dedicated to creating prescriptive methods for the co-design of CE value chains (CEVCs) focusing on selecting strategic partners, when to engage them and in what capacity. Following calls to connect the emerging CE literature with literature from existing bodies of knowledge, this paper explores the theoretical foundations of a CEVCs co-design method. Specifically, this paper explores resource-base view (RBV); resource dependency theory (RDT); and actor-network theory (ANT), and synthesises an outline for the co-design process of CEVCs. Reflections on the process link it to the extant co-design literature and explain how the process can be used for method and tool development.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED19)|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
|Series||Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design|
- Collaborative design
- Circular economy
- Organizational processes
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CIRCit: Circular Economy Integration in the Nordic Industry for enhanced sustainability and competitiveness
McAloone, T. C., Pigosso, D. C. A., Blomsma, F., de Pádua Pieroni, M., Kravchenko, M., Frederiksen, T. B., Jönbrink, A., Hildenbrand, J., Dahlström, J., Shahbazi, S., Li, J., Kristoffersen, E., Li, Z., Wiik, C. & Nielsen, K. D.
01/02/2017 → 31/12/2020