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Circular Economy Monitoring and Evaluation

This publication covers an analysis of circular economy scientific knowledge production in the Netherlands.

  • The number of CE publications
  • The number of CE publications by (top performing) country
  • The number of publications per journal
  • The top authors and top institutes with the institutes differentiated in universities, research institutes, governmental agencies, business, NGO/foundation and other science CE actors
  • The collaboration between institutes
  • The number of publications per research field (science categories)
  • Industries and sectoral domains covered and investigated by the articles
  • The number of publications per circularity strategy (using the categories Refuse and Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle, Recover)
  • The publications the CE with other environmental themes and policies and identifying the phase of the circular economy transition
  • Linking the publications from agencies, institutes or other knowledge providers with those in the scientific domain

 

 

 

 

Citation:

Türkeli S. (2022). Circular Economy – Scientific Knowledge in Time and Space. The Netherlands Edition. 2010–2021. United Nations University – MERIT, Maastricht. [Request Access ]

 

Earlier versions:

This publication covers an analysis of circular economy scientific knowledge production in the Netherlands.

 

  • The number of publications per year
  • The number of publications per journal
  • The number of publications per research field (“science categories”)
  • Industries covered and investigated by the articles
  • The number of publications per circularity strategy (using the categories Refuse and Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle, Recover)
  • Top Authors
  • Top Institutes
  • Collaboration between Institutes
  • Local CE Scientific and Technological Knowledge Activity
  • Cities
  • Regions
  • Circular Economy S&T Knowledge Transition Index | Cities and Regions
  • X-Economies: Circular Economy and other Economies
  • From CE Science to CE Policy

 

 

Citation:

Türkeli S. (2020). Circular Economy – Scientific Knowledge in Time and Space. The Netherlands Edition. 2010–2019. United Nations University – MERIT, Maastricht.

PBL (2021). Integrale Circulaire Economie Rapportage. Accessible: https://www.pbl.nl/sites/default/files/downloads/pbl-2021-integrale-circulaire-economie-rapportage-2021-4124.pdf

References

PBL (2021). Integrale Circulaire Economie Rapportage. Accessible: https://www.pbl.nl/sites/default/files/downloads/pbl-2021-integrale-circulaire-economie-rapportage-2021-4124.pdf

PBL (2019). Circular Economie in Kaart, Accessible: https://www.pbl.nl/sites/default/files/downloads/pbl-2019-circulaire-economie-in-kaart-3401_0.pdf

Merli, R., Preziosi, M., & Acampora, A. (2018). How do scholars approach the circular economy? A systematic literature review. Journal of Cleaner Production178, 703-722.

Türkeli, S., Kemp, R., Huang, B., Bleischwitz, R., & McDowall, W. (2018). Circular economy scientific knowledge in the European Union and China: A bibliometric, network and survey analysis (2006–2016)Journal of Cleaner Production197, 1244-1261.

Van Eck, N. J., & Waltman, L. (2011). Text mining and visualization using VOSviewer. arXiv preprint arXiv:1109.2058.

van Eck, N.J., Waltman, L.,(2017). Citation-based clustering of publications using CitNetExplorer and VOSviewer. Scientometrics 111 (2), 1053e1070.

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