A Resourcification Manifesto: Understanding the Social Process of Resources Becoming Resources

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@article{ca09cf9a4b7d40aca94501d032913fb7,
title = "A Resourcification Manifesto: Understanding the Social Process of Resources Becoming Resources",
abstract = "In times of major global interconnectedness and environmental change, the pressure to identify, create, and exploit new resources is certain to intensify. Given that there are unavoidable trade-offs, conflicts, and arenas for violence involved when increasingly more material and immaterial things are turned into resources, we call for explicit research on the very process – a process that we label resourcification. The concept of resourcification shifts attention from essentialist queries about the nature of resources to a focus on the social processes through which things are turned into resources. In search of a better understanding of resources in the Anthropocene and, in particular, an understanding about the way resources emerge and are used, resourcification offers a new conceptual framework that allows for a systematic search for knowledge about the diversity of contexts, conditions, modes, and temporalities of resourcification. This Resourcification Manifesto offers a theoretical and empirical framework for a radical and disruptive approach to innovation, sustainability, and management studies and policies.",
keywords = "Resourcification, Resources, Anthropocene",
author = "Johan Hultman and Herv{\'e} Corvellec and Anne Jerneck and Susanne Arvidsson and Johan Ekroos and Clara Gustafsson and {Lundh Nilsson}, Fay and Niklas Wahlberg",
year = "2021",
month = jun,
day = "11",
doi = "10.1016/j.respol.2021.104297",
language = "English",
volume = "50",
journal = "Research Policy",
issn = "0048-7333",
publisher = "Elsevier",
number = "9",

}