[P2P-F] Fwd: November issue of the TIM Review: Living Labs

Michel Bauwens michel at p2pfoundation.net
Wed Nov 27 16:18:57 CET 2013

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From: TIM Review <newsletter at timreview.ca>
Date: Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 9:51 AM
Subject: November issue of the TIM Review: Living Labs
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Dear Reader,

The November Issue of the Technology Innovation Management Review (TIM
Review) has been published: http://timreview.ca/issue/2013/november

This month’s theme is Living Labs. Our guest editors, Seppo Leminen and
Mika Westerlund, revisit the theme we covered in our popular September 2012
issue on Living Labs. This issue includes the following articles:

Coordination and Participation in Living Lab Networks
- Seppo Leminen

The Habitation Lab: Using a Design Approach to Foster Innovation for
Sustainable Living
- Paula Femenías, Pernilla Hagbert

Actor Roles in an Urban Living Lab: What Can We Learn from Suurpelto,
- Soile Juujärvi, Kaija Pesso

Open Innovation Processes in Living Lab Innovation Systems: Insights from
- Dimitri Schuurman, Lieven De Marez, Pieter Ballon

A Living Lab as a Service: Creating Value for Micro-enterprises through
Collaboration and Innovation
- Anna Ståhlbröst

We invite your comments on the articles in this issue as well as suggestions
for future article topics and issue themes.

Kind regards,

Chris McPhee
Technology Innovation Management Review

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