Publications

Articles:

Korhonen, J., Hurmekoski, E., Hansen, E. & Toppinen, A. 2018. Firm-level   competitiveness: review and research implications in the context of bioeconomy strategies. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48: 141-152.

Kuuluvainen, J., Korhonen, J., Xu, D., Toppinen, A., 2018. Price integration for domestic and imported sawlogs and pulpwood in Finland: an update. Scand. J. For. Res. 33, 71–80. https://doi.org/10.1080/02827581.2017.1327614

 

Book chapters:

Toppinen, A., Autio, M., Sauru, M., & Berghäll, S. 2018. Sustainability driven new business models in wood construction towards 2030. In: (eds. Filho, W., de Lima, I., Pociovalisteanu, D. and Brito, P.) Towards a sustainable bioeconomy: Principles, Challenges and Perspectives. World Sustainability Series, Springer. pp. 499-516.

Toppinen, A., Mikkilä, M. & Lähtinen, K. 2018. ISO 26000 in corporate sustainability practices: case study of the forest and energy companies in bioeconomy. In Idowu, S. & Sitnivkov, C. (eds.): ISO 26000 – a standardized view on CSR. Springer, CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance,

Toppinen, A., Korhonen, J., Hurmekoski, E. & Hansen, E. 2017. What makes a European forest-based bioeconomy competitive? In: Winkel, G. (ed.) Towards a sustainable bioeconomy – assessment and the way forward, EFI What Science Can Tell Us 8, pp. 101-107.

Lawrence, A., Spinelli, R., Toppinen, A. & Salo, E. 2017. What are the implications of the bioeconomy for forest-related jobs? In: Winkel, G. (ed.) Towards a sustainable bioeconomy – a – assessment and the way forward, EFI What Science Can Tell Us 8, pp. 108-117.

 

 

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