Seminar - Innovation Resistance: Moving Beyond Dominant Framings
Innovation is often viewed in a pro-innovation, pro-firm, manner. Connected to this perception of innovation is a view of human and non-human resistance as a temporary unwanted response that will eventually be overcome. This study challenges these assumptions and explores the manifestation of innovation resistance and the dynamics involved in its entanglement with innovation processes.
Time: Fri 2022-09-09 09.00 - 10.00
Helena Fornstedt defended her doctoral thesis Innovation Resistance - Moving Beyond Dominant Framings, at Uppsala University 2021. She is now a postdoc researcher within the food centre FINEST focusing on innovation and sustainable transitions in the food sector. She is currently investigating the innovation processes around the Swedish legume value chain and the potential 'protein shift'. She is interested in research directed by a search for new goals for the economy. In particular, she focuses on sustainable transitions as well as critical and post-growth innovation studies. Moreover, she enjoys popular science communication. For 1,5 years, she had a monthly popular science column in a local newspaper, and she is presently involved in the climate comic project.
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Fornstedt H, 2021, Innovation Resistance - Moving Beyond Dominant Framings
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