Josephine Mylan
Josephine Mylan
Postdoctoral researcher, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, University of Manchester
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The enactment of socio-technical transition pathways: a reformulated typology and a comparative multi-level analysis of the German and UK low-carbon electricity transitions …
FW Geels, F Kern, G Fuchs, N Hinderer, G Kungl, J Mylan, M Neukirch, ...
Research Policy 45 (4), 896-913, 2016
Environmental impacts of food production and consumption: a report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
C Foster, K Green, M Bleda, P Dewick, B Evans, A Flynn, J Mylan
Manchester Business School. Defra, London, 2006
A critical appraisal of Sustainable Consumption and Production research: The reformist, revolutionary and reconfiguration positions
FW Geels, A McMeekin, J Mylan, D Southerton
Global Environmental Change 34, 1-12, 2015
Understanding the diffusion of Sustainable Product-Service Systems: Insights from the sociology of consumption and practice theory
J Mylan
Journal of Cleaner Production 97, 13-20, 2015
Eco-innovation and retailers in milk, beef and bread chains: enriching environmental supply chain management with insights from innovation studies
J Mylan, FW Geels, S Gee, A McMeekin, C Foster
Journal of Cleaner Production 107, 20-30, 2015
Environmental impacts of food production and consumption: a report to the department for environment
C Foster, K Green, M Bleda, P Dewick, B Evans, A Flynn, J Mylan
Food and Rural Affairs, 1-199, 2006
Re-introducing consumption to the ‘circular economy’: A sociotechnical analysis of domestic food provisioning
J Mylan, H Holmes, J Paddock
Sustainability 8 (8), 794, 2016
The social ordering of an everyday practice: The case of laundry
J Mylan, D Southerton
Sociology 52 (6), 1134-1151, 2018
Rage against the regime: Niche-regime interactions in the societal embedding of plant-based milk
J Mylan, C Morris, E Beech, FW Geels
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 31, 233-247, 2019
The entanglement of consumer expectations and (eco) innovation sequences: the case of orange juice
C Foster, A McMeekin, J Mylan
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 24 (4), 391-405, 2012
Sustainable consumption in everyday life: A qualitative study of UK consumer experiences of meat reduction
J Mylan
Sustainability 10 (7), 2307, 2018
The Business of “Behaviour Change”: Analysing the Consumer-Oriented Corporate Sustainability Journey of Low-Temperature Laundry
J Mylan
Organization & Environment 30 (4), 283-303, 2017
Envisioning surprises: How social sciences could help models represent ‘deep uncertainty’in future energy and water demand
M Sharmina, DA Ghanem, AL Browne, SM Hall, J Mylan, S Petrova, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 50, 18-28, 2019
Sustainable innovation, consumption and everyday life
J Mylan
Handbook of Sustainable Innovation, 2019
Market coordination and the making of conventions: qualities, consumption and sustainability in the agro-food industry
DM Evans, J Mylan
Economy and Society 48 (3), 426-449, 2019
The directionality of desire in the economy of qualities: The case of retailers, refrigeration and reconstituted orange juice
J Mylan
Toward a cultural politics of climate change: Devices, desires and dissent …, 2016
Exploring (non‐) meat eating and “translated cuisines” out of home: Evidence from three English cities
N Neuman, J Mylan, J Paddock
International Journal of Consumer Studies 44 (1), 25-32, 2020
Substitution and food system de-animalisation
C Morris, J Mylan, E Beech
The International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 25 (1), 2019
Die Realisierung soziotechnischer Transitionspfade: Eine reformulierte Typologie und eine vergleichende Mehrebenenanalyse der deutschen und britischen C02-Reduzierungspolitik …
F Geels, F Kern, G Fuchs, N Hinderer, G Kungl, J Mylan, M Neukirch, ...
Die Energiewende verstehen-orientieren-gestalten, 53-112, 2017
From meat free days to meat free diets?
J Mylan, N Neuman
Discover Society, 2017
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