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Volume 60
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Special Issue on the Circular Economy

Introducing a Circular Economy: New Thinking with New Managerial and Policy Implications
by Mark Esposito, Terence Tse, and Khaled Soufani

How Do Intelligent Goods Shape Closed-Loop Systems?
by Risto Rajala, Esko Hakanen, Juri Mattila, Timo Seppälä, and Mika Westerlund

Stakeholder Views on Extended Producer Responsibility and the Circular Economy
by Nathan Kunz, Kieren Mayers, and Luk N. Van Wassenhove

Managing a Complex Global Circular Economy Business Model: Opportunities and Challenges
by Peter Hopkinson, Markus Zils, Philip Hawkins, and Stuart Roper

Circular Economy, 3D Printing, and the Biosphere Rules
by Gregory Unruh

Disruptive Technology as an Enabler of the Circular Economy: What Potential Does 3D Printing Hold?
by Alysia Garmulewicz, Matthias Holweg, Hans Veldhuis, and Aidong Yang

Orchestrating Circularity within Industrial Ecosystems: Lessons from Iconic Cases in Three Different Countries
by Anne-Ryslène Zaoual and Xavier Lecocq

Moving to a Circular Economy in China: Transforming Industrial Parks into Eco-industrial Parks
by John A. Mathews, Hao Tan, and Mei-Chih Hu

Core Concepts

What is the Circular Economy?
The circular economy is a new paradigm of industrial organization that could eliminate 100 million tons of waste globally in the next five years alone.

Nature as a Model - 3D Printing and the Circular Economy
3D printing has the potential to become the manufacturing infrastructure for a sustainable circular economy, because it closely resembles the process that nature uses to create all living things.

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