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Kris Hartley

Barriers to the Circular Economy

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Journal of Industrial Ecology
Kris Hartley

Kris Hartley coauthors a study on barriers to circular economies demonstrated by the sustainability of Dutch technical and interior textiles industries.

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Ivan Radic
Climate and the Environment

What the Coronavirus Vaccine Roll-Out Says about Innovation in an Age of Geopolitical Rivalry

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South China Morning Post
Kris Hartley

Kris Hartley and Asit K. Biswas discuss intellectual property protection and diplomacy through vaccine provision.

COVID-19

Drivers of Growth and Catch-up in the Tourism Sector of Industrialized Economies

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Journal of Travel Research
Kris Hartley

Kris Hartley discusses the findings of a study analyzing the tourism sector’s growth and catch-up performance.

Global Economy, Trade and Business

City Leaders Go Abroad: A Survey of City Diplomacy in 47 Cities

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Journal of Urban Policy and Research
Coauthors

Cities recognize the importance of city diplomacy but also lack necessary resources to fulfill the commitments they make to global agendas, Council fellows Kris Hartley and Michele Acuto explain.

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Joseph Chan
Global Cities

Public Trust and Political Legitimacy in the Smart City: A Reckoning for Technocracy

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Sage Journals
Kris Hartley

Kris Hartley examines the political legitimacy of technological undertakings in the public sector.

Science, Technology and Innovation

From End-Users to Policy Designers: Breaking Open the Black Box of Energy Technocracy in Thailand

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ScienceDirect
Kris Hartley

Kris Hartley discusses public participation in Thailand's policymaking.

Global Politics

A New Consensus for Growth in the 21st Century

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Civil Service College Singapore
Kris Hartley

A new model for development—based on synergy, vigour, and sustainability—may be key to addressing changing needs in an age of globalisation and digital revolution.

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Lilly Banse
Global Cities

The Epistemics of Policymaking

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OpenEdition
Kris Hartley

From technocracy to critical pragmatism in the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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United Nations
Climate and the Environment

Fighting fake news in the COVID-19 era: policy insights from an equilibrium model

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Springer Nature
Kris Hartley

Like many policy challenges, the COVID-19 crisis is exposing deep-seated political and epistemological divisions, fueled in part contestation over scientific evidence and ideological tribalism stoked in online communities.

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COVID-19

The moral hazards of smart water management

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Taylor & Francis Online
Kris Hartley

Smart water management (SWM) brings technological sophistication to water governance by providing monitoring, operational, and communications capacities through real-time information.

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Water