A.H. Hansen's scientific contributions

Citations

... Kircherr (2021: 1) points out that calls "for 'post-growth' circularity may alienate practitioners, creating a scholarly community that loses its ability to influence the mainstream." Without going into further detail, this position, which primarily pursues a neoliberal notion of economic evolution, relies on the promise that, in a Schumpeterian ever-coming storm of creative destruction (Schumpeter, 1934), risk-taking and inventive entrepreneurs and their CBMs should substitute powerful incumbents performing linear and unsustainable business models. "After all, only circular business models that grow will be able to substitute their linear counterparts" (Kirchherr, 2021: 2). ...