Elizabeth M. Miller

Elizabeth M. Miller
Aalto University · Department of Management Studies

Master of Science

About

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Citations since 2017
4 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
June 2018 - present
Aalto University School of Business
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Conducting research and coordinating projects on circular economy business models and education.
Education
September 2019 - May 2023
Aalto University
Field of study
  • Organizations and Management
September 2016 - June 2018
Aalto University
Field of study
  • Creative Sustainability
September 2008 - June 2012
Northwestern University
Field of study
  • Radio/Television/Film, Environmental Policy, Sociology

Publications

Publications (4)
Chapter
To create circular economies, we need supply systems to convey materials between their use lives. Often, though, it is not possible to control an entire supply network. Without a coordinator to implement circular economy principles, how can circular supply systems come to be? This chapter sets out to build on complex adaptive systems (CAS) theory a...
Article
This paper reviews the diagnostic, motivational and prognostic circular economy framing of business and management scholars and makes the assumptions embedded in their framing explicit benefiting from a problematizing review. The review demonstrates various in-house assumptions about the circular economy with emphasis business models, business case...
Conference Paper
The textile and apparel industries are highly globalized and characterized by vertical disintegration throughout the supply chain. They are also considered among the world’s most polluting and exploitative industries. The social and environmental sustainability problems in these interrelated industries traverse firm and national boundaries, making...
Article
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Transitioning to a circular economy (CE) model has been proposed to solve many grand environmental challenges. While research on CE has been extensively reviewed, less is known about the implicit underlying assumptions of this work. Understanding these assumptions is critical as they typically go unchallenged yet play a significant role in shaping...

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