Maj Munch Andersen
I am associate professor at Copenhagen University, Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management. I specialize in innovation studies into the green and circular economy at the firm, interfirm, industry, value chain and eco-park level. In the later years I am increasingly also researching into green and circular innovation in developing countries. I am currently heading a research project on circular industrial parks in Kenya called 'Gecko' and I am teaching two courses on the Green and Circular Economy for medium and top managers from developing countries.
Copenhagen University, Department of Geoscience and Natural Resource Management
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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1999 Ph.D. in Innovation Studies, the Copenhagen Business School.
Title: ”Trajectory Change Through Interorganisational Learning – On the Economic Organisation of the Greening of Industry”. on green an circular innovation and -strategizing in the paper value chain.
1992 Master of Science in Human Geography, University of Copenhagen. Thesis on paper recycling.
1989-1990 Abfall & Recycling Geographie, Institut für Wirtschaftsgeographie, Munich, Germany.

Research Interests

Circular Economy, Green Economy, Bioeconomy, eco-innovation, green business models, green value chains, green industries, eco-industrial parks, industrial symbiosis, circular cities, green eship, eco-innovation policies, standardization, green catching-up.