How Transformative Innovation Movements Contribute to Transitions

Flor Avelino, Lara Monticelli, Julia M. Wittmayer

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Abstract

Transformative innovation movements create new ways of doing, thinking and organizing with transformative ambitions. They challenge existing systems through (1) prefiguration, (2) socio-material innovation across domains, (3) translocal empowerment, (4) a diverse repertoire of actions and (5) strategic collaboration across movements.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAtlas of Social Innovation : A World of New Practices
EditorsJürgen Howaldt, Christoph Kaletka, Antonius Schröder, Marthe Zirngiebl
Number of pages5
Volume2
Place of PublicationMünchen
PublisherOekom Verlag
Publication date2019
Pages70-74
ISBN (Print)9783962381578
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Avelino, F., Monticelli, L., & Wittmayer, J. M. (2019). How Transformative Innovation Movements Contribute to Transitions. In J. Howaldt, C. Kaletka, A. Schröder, & M. Zirngiebl (Eds.), Atlas of Social Innovation: A World of New Practices (Vol. 2, pp. 70-74). München: Oekom Verlag.
Avelino, Flor ; Monticelli, Lara ; Wittmayer, Julia M. / How Transformative Innovation Movements Contribute to Transitions. Atlas of Social Innovation: A World of New Practices. editor / Jürgen Howaldt ; Christoph Kaletka ; Antonius Schröder ; Marthe Zirngiebl. Vol. 2 München : Oekom Verlag, 2019. pp. 70-74
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Avelino, F, Monticelli, L & Wittmayer, JM 2019, How Transformative Innovation Movements Contribute to Transitions. in J Howaldt, C Kaletka, A Schröder & M Zirngiebl (eds), Atlas of Social Innovation: A World of New Practices. vol. 2, Oekom Verlag, München, pp. 70-74.

How Transformative Innovation Movements Contribute to Transitions. / Avelino, Flor; Monticelli, Lara; Wittmayer, Julia M.

Atlas of Social Innovation: A World of New Practices. ed. / Jürgen Howaldt; Christoph Kaletka; Antonius Schröder; Marthe Zirngiebl. Vol. 2 München : Oekom Verlag, 2019. p. 70-74.

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Avelino F, Monticelli L, Wittmayer JM. How Transformative Innovation Movements Contribute to Transitions. In Howaldt J, Kaletka C, Schröder A, Zirngiebl M, editors, Atlas of Social Innovation: A World of New Practices. Vol. 2. München: Oekom Verlag. 2019. p. 70-74