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WP 6: MODELLING STAKEHOLDER INTERPLAY AND POLICY SCENARIOS FOR BIOREFINERY AND BIODIESEL PRODUCTION. D 6.7: Detailed specification of the theoretical social network model

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  • Antonio Lopolito

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  • Piergiuseppe Morone

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  • Richard Taylor

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In this deliverable we first present a general description of the theoretical framework within which the model is developed. Subsequently, we present a detailed specification of the social network model paying due attention to specification of various actors, their social interaction rules and the niches formation process. The relevance of stakeholder interplay and various policy scenarios are then investigated. Finally, we make some suggestions for further developments of the prototype model presented.

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  • Antonio Lopolito & Piergiuseppe Morone & Richard Taylor, 2009. "WP 6: MODELLING STAKEHOLDER INTERPLAY AND POLICY SCENARIOS FOR BIOREFINERY AND BIODIESEL PRODUCTION. D 6.7: Detailed specification of the theoretical social network model," Quaderni DSEMS 17-2009, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Matematiche e Statistiche, Universita' di Foggia.
  • Handle: RePEc:ufg:qdsems:17-2009
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