2011
DOI: 10.1504/ijtpm.2011.042086
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The role of the regulatory framework for innovation activities: the EU ETS and the German paper industry

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“…However, arguments from business economics and bottom-up studies on firm behaviour suggest that free allocation and firm-level oversupply of EUAs could dampen firm responses in terms of innovation and investments in low-carbon solutions and thereby decrease the efficiency of the system (Abrell et al, 2011, Gulbrandsen & Stenqvist, 2013aMartin et al, 2014;Rogge et al, 2011;Skjaerseth & Eikeland, 2013). Furthermore, allocation substantially more compared to expected emissions could damage the perception of the system among stakeholders such as NGOs and competing industries see e.g.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…However, arguments from business economics and bottom-up studies on firm behaviour suggest that free allocation and firm-level oversupply of EUAs could dampen firm responses in terms of innovation and investments in low-carbon solutions and thereby decrease the efficiency of the system (Abrell et al, 2011, Gulbrandsen & Stenqvist, 2013aMartin et al, 2014;Rogge et al, 2011;Skjaerseth & Eikeland, 2013). Furthermore, allocation substantially more compared to expected emissions could damage the perception of the system among stakeholders such as NGOs and competing industries see e.g.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In particular for the pulp and paper sector there are studies of corporate responses that cover industries in countries such as Italy, Sweden, Norway and Germany (e.g. Gasbarro et al, 2013;Gulbrandsen & Stenqvist, 2013a;Rogge et al, 2011). These studies conclude that EU ETS has brought some organisational changes while the effects are limited in terms of triggering of innovative low-carbon solutions and long-term climate strategies.…”
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“…• Regulatory framework captures the outcome of the public intervention of an administrative entity, which influences the spontaneous actions and decisions taken by economic actors (Philips, 1971; Ross and Scherer, 1990;Artoni, 2001). Thus, the regulatory framework can influence competition in a given industry, by shaping the competitive mechanisms, creating entry barriers for new entrants and influencing the scope of innovation activities (Rogge et al, 2011). Again, this explains why the characteristics of the regulatory framework are likely to have a key impact on the outcome of the disruptive innovation process.…”
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“…The results revealed that the EU ETS had no significant effect on a company's decision to invest in carbon-mitigating technologies. Rogge et al [9] explored the relevance of climate policies on innovation activities in the German paper industry, based on survey data of paper producers and technology providers. Findings suggest that innovation activities are minimally affected by the EU ETS and other climate policies.…”
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confidence: 99%