Again we apply the authority measure to identify distinct themes
Research into carbon LY 294002 and technology (hereafter referred to as ‘CRT’) is highly dispersed in terms of disciplines and frequently case specific (i.e. Fu et?al., 2014, Napp et?al., 2014, Rai et?al., 2014, Shi et?al., 2012, Szolgayová et?al., 2014, Xiao et?al., 2014 and Xu et?al., 2013). Thus, the principal contribution of our study is to provide a guide to the current body of knowledge for the full CRT debate. First, it informs future research by clustering promising topics and setting them into the context of industrial sustainability. While previous research has developed a number of terminologies for environmentally sound technology and cleaner production, the scholarly contributions lack a coherent metadiscipline. There is in particular no systematic literature review providing clarification and organization on the prominence of different technologies considered in the CRT debate. Second, we investigate the contribution of the Chinese Academy to all the identified themes in the CRT debate. Although over time a epidermis number of studies have looked at technology transfer to emerging economies such as China (e.g., Saikawa and Urpelainen, 2014, Ang, 2009 and Liu and Jiang, 2001), and into intellectual property concerns ( Lee et al., 2009), only few articles, e.g., De la Tour et?al., 2011 and Liu and Goldstein, 2013 or Gosens and Lu (2014), vice versa have addressed the role of the Chinese academy's and economy's own contribution to the global development of green and clean technology.