Divia Jimenez Encarnacion

Doctoral Student at Building Technology

Divia Jiménez Encarnación is a PhD student within the subject of Sharing Economy.

Divia´s research focuses on quantifying the sustainability benefits of sharing economy initiatives in neighborhoods and districts. Divia also investigates sharing from the perspective of consumers. This research aims to support strategic policymaking, but also real-state actors who intend to include sharing as a tool for sustainability in their projects.

In addition to her research, Divia teaches in the subjects of Sharing Economy, Qualitative Research and Strategic Literature Searching.

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Revealing patterns in household product consumption and sharing: An approach to support urban governance towards a sustainable sharing economy

Divia Jimenez Encarnacion, Erica Ann Metheney, Liane Thuvander et al
Sustainable Production and Consumption. Vol. 45, p. 244-264
Journal article

Sharing and consuming in space – what is important to know for the planning of a Sharing City?

Divia Jimenez Encarnacion, Liane Thuvander, Leonardo Rosado
11th International Conference on Industrial Ecology (ISIE 2023), Leiden Book of Abstracts, p. 32-32
Other conference contribution

Top-down method and databases for typical product demands of 103 manufacturing industries

Joao Patricio, Divia Jimenez Encarnacion, Yuliya Kalmykova et al
Resources, Conservation and Recycling. Vol. 164
Journal article

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