- Graphic of the Week: Having too much and too little renewables - at the same time
- Graphic of the Week: The hidden "fuels" of renewable energy
- The Ten Commandments for Publishing in A-list Journals, by Janne Tienari
- Theories of design - is design problem-solving?
- "Graph" of the Week: What happens if nuclear waste repository leaks?
- Is it OK to record conference presentations? Reconsidering "fair use" and electronic note-taking
- Graphic of the week: Comparing land use of wind and nuclear energy
- Graphic of the Week: What's the required build rate for a sustainable energy system?
- What the necessity mothers: energy shortage and the development of copper smelting furnaces, 1900-1980
- Finnish version of "Climate Gamble" now out!
- Finnish version of “Climate Gamble” now out!
- Graphic of the Week: Can nuclear plants load-follow?
- Graphic of the Week: How fast has low-carbon energy been built?
- Graphic of the Week: Estimates of world energy consumption to 2100, and renewables generation to 2050
- Finnish Greens propose burning more forests as alternative to more nuclear
- Graphic of the Week: Having too much and too little renewables – at the same time
- Modeling Societal Collapse as a Result of Stingy Support for PhD Students
- Design against climate change – suggestions for a project?
- Graphic of the Week: What’s the required build rate for a sustainable energy system?
- Graphic of the Week: The hidden “fuels” of renewable energy
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- Energy, Economy and the Environment
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- My publications
- Notes in process
- Nuclear energy & weapons
- Scarcities and constraints
- SETI, Aliens & Space
- What they aren't telling you about nuclear power
- Wisdom of the Elders
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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Explaining the evolution of technologies, firms, and industries: some notes on my PhD thesis methodology
Here’s the presentation I gave at our faculty’s research seminar in late October 2010. I’m interested in using Complexity Theories and Information Theory to analyze the evolution of technology as a result of resource constraints. This presentation looks into my … Continue reading
How to get your publications to the A-list journals? Here’s the Ten Commandments to follow. Today’s Aalto School of Economics Organizations & Management research seminar had something that’s well worth blogging about: professor Janne Tienari and Nina Granqvist presented some extremely … Continue reading