How can companies influence consumer behaviour through circular business  models? (ESR 8)

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How can companies influence consumer behaviour through circular business  models? (ESR 8)

In the transition to the circular economy not only companies’ ways of operating need to change but also consumer behaviour in order to achieve the overarching aim of the circular economy: sustainability. Different approaches, through which companies can influence consumer behaviour, are known in the literature: from educating and/or informing consumers, to products that are designed to change consumers’ behaviour and new business models. Vivian explores how companies with circular business models can influence consumers and which ways of influencing consumers work best to achieve sustainable consumption and hence a (more) sustainable economy.

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Researcher:
Vivian Tunn
Ph.D. Candidate
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Department of Product Innovation and Management

 

Email:
v.s.c.tunn@tudelft.nl
Tel:
+31-6-84 355 391

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Supervisor:
Nancy M.P. Bocken
Associate Professor
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering

 

Email
n.m.p.bocken@tudelft.nl

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Supervisor:
dr.ir.Ellis A. van den Hende
Assistant Professor
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering

 

Email:
e.a.vandenhende@tudelft.nl

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Promotor:
prof.dr. Jan P.L. Schoormans
Professor of Consumer Research and Behaviour, Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering

 

Email:
J.P.L.Schoormans@tudelft.nl

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