Anne Toppinen
Anne Toppinen
Professor, Vice dean, University of Helsinki
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Green, circular, bio economy: A comparative analysis of sustainability avenues
D D'Amato, N Droste, B Allen, M Kettunen, K Lähtinen, J Korhonen, ...
Journal of cleaner production 168, 716-734, 2017
Towards sustainability? Forest-based circular bioeconomy business models in Finnish SMEs
D D'Amato, S Veijonaho, A Toppinen
Forest policy and economics 110, 101848, 2020
Price determination in the EU ETS market: Theory and econometric analysis with market fundamentals
P Aatola, M Ollikainen, A Toppinen
Energy Economics 36, 380-395, 2013
Use of wood in green building: a study of expert perspectives from the UK
L Wang, A Toppinen, H Juslin
Journal of cleaner production 65, 350-361, 2014
Shades of green: a social scientific view on bioeconomy in the forest sector
D Kleinschmit, BH Lindstad, BJ Thorsen, A Toppinen, A Roos, ...
Scandinavian journal of forest research 29 (4), 402-410, 2014
Circular, green, and bio economy: how do companies in land-use intensive sectors align with sustainability concepts?
D D'Amato, J Korhonen, A Toppinen
Ecological economics 158, 116-133, 2019
A systematic review of the socio-economic impacts of large-scale tree plantations, worldwide
A Malkamäki, D D’Amato, NJ Hogarth, M Kanninen, R Pirard, A Toppinen, ...
Global environmental change 53, 90-103, 2018
Corporate responsibility and sustainable competitive advantage in forest-based industry: Complementary or conflicting goals?
N Li, A Toppinen
Forest Policy and Economics 13 (2), 113-123, 2011
Global Reporting Initiative and social impact in managing corporate responsibility: a case study of three multinationals in the forest industry
A Toppinen, K Korhonen‐Kurki
Business ethics: A European review 22 (2), 202-217, 2013
Corporate responsibility and strategic groups in the forest‐based industry: Exploratory analysis based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework
A Toppinen, N Li, A Tuppura, Y Xiong
Corporate social responsibility and environmental management 19 (4), 191-205, 2012
The future of wooden multistory construction in the forest bioeconomy–a Delphi study from Finland and Sweden
A Toppinen, A Röhr, S Pätäri, K Lähtinen, R Toivonen
Journal of forest economics 31, 3-10, 2018
The European pulp and paper industry in transition to a bio-economy: A Delphi study
A Toppinen, S Pätäri, A Tuppura, A Jantunen
Futures 88, 1-14, 2017
Global sustainability megaforces in shaping the future of the European pulp and paper industry towards a bioeconomy
S Pätäri, A Tuppura, A Toppinen, J Korhonen
Forest Policy and Economics 66, 38-46, 2016
Corporate responsibility reporting by large pulp and paper companies
M Mikkilä, A Toppinen
Forest policy and economics 10 (7-8), 500-506, 2008
Forest sector modelling in Europe—the state of the art and future research directions
A Toppinen, J Kuuluvainen
Forest Policy and Economics 12 (1), 2-8, 2010
Thinking green, circular or bio: Eliciting researchers' perspectives on a sustainable economy with Q method
D D'amato, N Droste, KJ Winkler, A Toppinen
Journal of Cleaner Production 230, 460-476, 2019
The role of environmental regulation in the future competitiveness of the pulp and paper industry: the case of the sulfur emissions directive in Northern Europe
J Korhonen, S Pätäri, A Toppinen, A Tuppura
Journal of Cleaner Production 108, 864-872, 2015
An ecosystem service-dominant logic?–integrating the ecosystem service approach and the service-dominant logic
BD Matthies, D D'Amato, S Berghäll, T Ekholm, HF Hoen, J Holopainen, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 124, 51-64, 2016
Forest certification and ISO 14001: Current state and motivation in forest companies
A Tuppura, A Toppinen, K Puumalainen
Business Strategy and the Environment 25 (5), 355-368, 2016
Why not wood? Benefits and barriers of wood as a multistory construction material: Perceptions of municipal civil servants from Finland
F Franzini, R Toivonen, A Toppinen
Buildings 8 (11), 159, 2018
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