Leticia Antunes Nogueira

Leticia Antunes Nogueira
Nordland Research Institute

PhD in Innovation Economic

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24 Research Items
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Introduction
Nogueira's research addresses questions of how value is created and captured in complex systems of industrial organization, the role of policy and social institutions in these processes. Her research field concerns Industrial Dynamics, Organization Theory, and Science, Technology and Innovation Studies. Empirical contexts related to the circular economy and waste management are central, as well as the dynamics surrounding public goods and common-pool resources.
Additional affiliations
March 2022 - present
Nord University
Position
  • Associate professor
November 2018 - December 2020
Nordland Research Institute
Position
  • Research Director
April 2018 - March 2022
Nordland Research Institute
Position
  • Senior Researcher
Education
May 2014 - March 2018
Aalborg University
Field of study
  • Innovation Economic Programme
September 2011 - June 2013
Aalborg University
Field of study
  • Business Economics
January 2005 - December 2008
Universidade Metodista de São Paulo
Field of study
  • Business Administration

Publications

Publications (29)
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Download: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1dy2r7sbuJDH9Q Common-pool resources (CPRs) are critical in sustainability transitions. They are often important means for environmental and societal innovation, and object of unsustainable extraction and governance practices. We argue why CPRs and their governance matter in transitions and point to issues...
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The problem of marine litter represents a significant global challenge and illustrates the harmful consequences of an economic model that is based on disposability. The seafood sector is not only among the culprits, but is also among the most affected by this threat to the marine environment. Earlier research has pointed to fishing gear take-back s...
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A growing body of research is investigating the connections between the discursive construction of circular economy (CE) and its influences on public policies that promote the socio-technological transition towards circular production and consumption systems. However, surprisingly little attention has focused on how CE discourses interact with scie...
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This article explores the emergence of waste valorization innovations to investigate how they interact with incumbent waste management systems and what roles markets play in the process. We build upon innovation ecosystems as an analytical framework and investigate empirically three cases distributed across the waste hierarchy pyramid: (i) upcyclin...
Conference Paper
The waste management sector is undergoing profound transformations that challenge its structures and institutions. The function and position of waste management companies have been changing, and this process accelerates as the circular economy consolidates as part of the strategy to implement green shifts. There is, however, a knowledge gap regardi...
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Supplementary material for: Nogueira, L. A., Lindeløv, B., & Olsen, J. (2022). From waste to market: Exploring markets, institutions, and innovation ecosystems for waste valorization. Business Strategy and the Environment. https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.3247
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Supplementary material for: Nogueira, L. A., Kringelum, L. B., Olsen, J., Jørgensen, F. A., & Vangelsten, B. V. (2022). What would it take to establish a take-back scheme for fishing gear? Insights from a comparative analysis of fishing gear and beverage containers. Journal of Industrial Ecology, n/a(n/a). https://doi.org/10.1111/jiec.13296
Technical Report
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Senter mot marin forsøpling (Marfo) vil gjennom denne utredningen samle og tilgjengeliggjøre nyere kunnskap om plastforsøpling (definert som plaststoff som inneholder syntetiske, bearbeide eller blandede polymerer i størrelsesorden fem millimeter og større) fra fiskeri- og havbruksnæringen. Formålet med utredningen er å formidle kunnskapsstat...
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A growing body of research is investigating the connections between the discursive construction of circular economy (CE) and its influences on public policies that promote the socio-technological transition towards circular production and consumption systems. However, surprisingly little attention has focused on how CE discourses interact with scie...
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Meaningful engagement between scientists and stakeholders has been extensively promoted as a tool for increasing public participation in science, as well as for increasing the relevance and impact of scientific research. Yet, co-production of knowledge entails practical challenges, since participants with diverse worldviews, expertise and interests...
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Plastic litter is accumulating on pristine northern European beaches, including the European Arctic, and questions remain about the exact origins and sources. Here we investigate plausible fishery and consumer-related sources of beach littering, using a combination of information from expert stakeholder discussions, litter observations and a quanti...
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This study explores explanations for costs increases during the front-end of road projects, which includes the planning stages up until the project execution starts, through an analysis of project governance and cost-estimation practice in the Norwegian Public Road Administration. We group the identified explanations into six categories: (1) lack o...
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Marine litter harms marine life, human wellbeing and the provision of clean seafood. In the Barents Sea, a high portion of this source of pollution derives from fisheries. However, there remains a knowledge gap between fishers' attitudes towards litter and their practices when it comes to marine litter onboard their vessels and in harbors. By apply...
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Denne rapporten oppsummerer gjennomføring, resultater og funn i prosjektet HAVPLAST. Prosjektet er en del av Fiskeri- og havbruksnæringens forskningsfonds (FHF) satsning for å øke kunnskapen om plastavfall fra sjømatnæringen. This report summarizes the implementation, results and findings of the FHF funded project HAVPLAST to increase knowledge of...
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HAVPLAST har hatt som formål å identifisere kilder, mengder og årsakssammenhenger til marin plastforsøpling fra fiskeri- og oppdrettsnæringen, og bidra til forebygging av fremtidige utslipp. Prosjektet har vært gjennomført i tett samarbeid med næringen gjennom en bredt faglig sammensatt referansegruppe, dedikerte prosjektpartnere og samarbeid med n...
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At avfall inneholder viktige ressurser som bør utnyttes både for miljøets og lønnsomhetens skyld, er noe alle er enige i. Derimot har vi ikke lyktes med et helt sirkulært system ennå. Spørsmålet om hvordan verdien av avfallet kan utnyttes, er avgjørende for dette formål. https://www.magma.no/hva-kan-markedet-eller-mangel-pa-et-marked-si-om-verdien...
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This article explores the pattern and breadth of collaboration activities of innovating firms active in renewable energy (RE), and the impact of collaboration on firm-level innovation performance. We deploy a unique dataset from a special section of the 2014 CIS survey in Denmark, in which we included questions that enable us to unambiguously ident...
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Denne rapporten er en del av forskningsprosjektet HAVPLAST gjennomført i samarbeid mellom SALT Lofoten AS (SALT) og Nordlandsforskning, med finansiering fra Fiskeri- og Havbruksnæringens Forskningsfinansiering (FHF). Rapporten presenterer forslag til tiltak for reduksjon av plastforsøpling fra sjømatnæringene, fiskeri og havbruk, samt forslag til i...
Thesis
This thesis explores how project-based organizations (PBOs) navigate turbulent environments. A key challenge of PBOs is dealing with the continuity–turbulence problem, in which the firm's efforts to survive, maintain a robust order book, and repeatedly use its expertise across projects are challenged by frequent disturbances posed by the environmen...
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This paper presents an exploratory historical case study of a firm in and their endeavors of new opportunity seeking. The central theme is the role of organizational capabilities in this process. Empirical focus is the context of a sub-supplier diversifying from oil & gas to offshore wind.
Conference Paper
We analyse if firms engaged in ‘green’ innovation activities, display different collaboration patterns with external partners compared to otherwise similar 'non-green' companies. Regarding the definition of ‘green’ we focus on firms engaged in innovation activities in renewable energy. This overall research question is triggered by the presumption...
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This is a conceptual paper that addresses the question of organizational capabilities in the context of firms entering markets that are new to them. The purpose of this work is to outline the theoretical debate on the topic, and propose avenues for empirical investigation. Jelcodes: M10, M1
Chapter
This chapter challenges the view of innovation as synonymous to improvement, which underlies much of the current business paradigm. It debates the presence of the ethical element in innovation processes by presenting the case study of high-fructose corn syrup, a product innovation widely used in the food industry. An argumentative analysis is condu...
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The view of innovation as a positive concept has been deeply rooted in business and academic cultures ever since Schumpeter coined the concept of creative destruction. Even though there is a large body of literature on innovation studies, limited attention has been given to its ethical dimension. In this chapter, the ethical implications of innovat...

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TIPPING+ will provide an empirical in-depth social science understanding of fundamental changes in sociodemographic, geographical, psychological, cultural, political, and economic patterns which give rise to Social-Ecological Tipping Points (SETPs), both positive and negative in relation to socio-energy regional systems. Such empirical and theoretical insights will shed new light on the interdependencies between changes in regional socio-cultural structures and the technological, regulatory and investment-related requirements for embracing (or failing to embrace) low-carbon, clean-energy and competitive development pathways in selected coal and carbon intensive case study regions (CCIRs). The overall goal is to understand why and under which conditions a given social-ecological regional system heavily dependent on coal and carbon-intensive activities may flip into a low-carbon, clean energy development trajectory – or on the contrary may fall into an opposite trajectory with all its negative implications. Towards this goal, main focus of TIPPING+ is the participatory co-production of knowledge on the driving forces and deliberate tipping interventions leading to the emergence of positive tipping points toward clean energy transitions in European CCIRs.
Project
To map and identify barriers and opportunities in urban mining as an institution To analyse the implications of institutionalisation of urban mining to sustainable mineral use and the green shift To identify and describe factors that facilitate/halt the institutionalisation of urban mining.
Archived project
Sub-supplier networks – knowledge strategies, consolidation and entrepreneurial action. With the rise and development of an offshore branch within the wind power industry, differences and particularities in relation to the more established onshore branch become apparent and require technological innovation. Accordingly, the need for solving these issues generates numerous opportunities and room for entrepreneurial action. Within the innovation systems context, this work project aims at investigating the role of sub-suppliers in addressing such needs, in addition to their contribution for the establishment and growth of the sector through entrepreneurial action. Offshore wind energy has attracted attention from a variety of players, also from companies with core activities in a different sector. This is not only because wind is a prominently important source for energy, but also because these firms have competences and assets that can be effectively put to use in meeting the challenges of this infant branch. Considering this paradigm, the underlying research question is to investigate how sub-suppliers influence the development trajectory of offshore wind power industry. More information: http://www.eis-all.dk/