Barbara Hedeler

Doctoral Student at Environmental Systems Analysis

Barbara Hedeler is a Doctoral Student at the Division of Environmental Systems Analysis, at the Department of Technology Management and Economics. She has a background in Geography and holds a MSc in Renewable Resources from the Technical University of Munich, Germany.

Her research focuses on innovation policy for industry transformation. Specifically, Barbara is studying how the design and adaptation of policy mixes affects and is affected by how and where biofuel industries emerge.

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2021

Renewable Energy Development in the Presence of Policy Change and Technological Variety: The Case of the Emerging Swedish Biofuel Industry

Barbara Hedeler, Hans Hellsmark, Patrik Söderholm
Joint Sessions of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)
Other conference contribution
2020

Policy mixes and Localization of Value Chains: The Emergence of Biofuel Industries in Finland and Sweden

Barbara Hedeler, Hans Hellsmark, Patrik Söderholm et al
Other conference contribution
2020

A comparative case study on the impact of policy mixes on biofuel industry value chains

Barbara Hedeler, Jakob Donner-Amnell, Hans Hellsmark et al
Other conference contribution

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