Oksana Mont is Professor in Sustainable Consumption and Production at the IIIEE. She holds a PhD in Engineering, M.Sc. in Environmental Management and Policy and M.Sc. in Biology and Chemistry. Her current areas of interest are sustainable consumption and production and sustainable lifestyles. She is also interested in the role of retailers in promoting sustainability of their own operations and along supply chains. Other areas of interest are product-service systems, innovation in industry and social innovation, supply chain management and corporate social responsibility, and environmental product policy. Oksana also teaches Masters' and PhD courses at Lund University and other universities of Europe and Latin America, and i supervise PhD students.
REES – Resource‐Efficient and Effective Solutions based on circular economy thinking is a 4‐year programme run by a consortium of leading Swedish universities, large and small companies and societal actors, and is funded by MISTRA. The programme’s vision is to advance the transition of the Swedish manufacturing industry towards a circular and sustainable economy. IIIEE will have the main responsibility for research related to business models and policies.
Urban Reconomy: Sharing for circular resource efficiency
This multidisciplinary project aims to advance Urban Reconomy by analysing how sharing and collaborative production schemes are organised, what is their contribution to circular economy and how it can be harnessed through innovative institutional constellations and entrepreneurial processes in diverse urban contexts.
Urban sharing of assets, spaces and skills has emerged as a prospective solution to sustainability challenges faced by cities. However, its sustainability potential and institutional processes to harness it have not been systematically scrutinised. This research programme aims to examine, test and advance knowledge about design, sustainability of practices and institutionalisation processes of urban sharing organisations across 8 cities from 5 continents. The research conflates studies on sustainable consumption and production with organisational theory and the neo-institutional field.
European cities face a pressing challenge to provide economic prosperity and social cohesion while achieving environmental sustainability. In response, new ‘living labs’ – sites devised to design, test and learn from social and technical innovation in real time – are being formed.
The goal of the project is to develop a framework and to propose a credible and applicable routine for the reporting of VMs by public authorities, as well as develop methods for monitoring and consequence analysis of the increased VM use.
In the project ”Furthering markets of green and ethical products: the role of retailers”, IIIEE researchers analyse the role of retailers in creating more sustainable food markets.
SPREE (Servicizing Policy for Resource Efficient Economy) is a three-year project within the environment theme under the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme
The IIIEE researchers continued to provide expertise work on the European Topic Centre on Sustainable Production and Consumption. They worked, for instance, on a project on understanding the potential of recycling of electronic waste in capturing critical metals in Europe.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- Advancing sustainable solutions : An interdisciplinary and collaborative research agenda
- Conclusion: Looking Back, Looking Forward: Results and Future Research Directions
- Exploring consumer attitudes to alternative models of consumption: motivations and barriers
- Introduction: Research on Sustainable Welfare: State of the Art and Outline of the Volume
- Sustainability framings of accommodation sharing
- The Future is Not What It Used to Be : On the Roles and Function of Assumptions in Visions of the Future
- A Map Is Not a Territory: Making Research More Helpful for Sustainable Consumption Policy
- Frivillig enkelhet: ett hållbart sätt att ta samhällsansvar?
- Improving Nordic policymaking by dispelling myths on sustainable consumption
- Innovative value creation models for sustainable living
- Nordic Policy Brief: Improving Nordic policymaking by dispelling myths on sustainable consumption.
- Resfria Möten: vad blir effekterna och hur redovisar man dem?
- SUSTAINABILITY LANDSCAPE OF SWEDISH FOOD RETAILERS IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT
- Understanding factors that shape consumption
- Vem bestämmer över konsumtionen?
- Voluntary Simplifyers: As Socially Motivated as the Rest of Us
- Analysis of latest outcomes of academic work on sustainable consumption 2010-2012
- Environmental and social responsibility in supply chains: the practice of choice and/or inter-organisational management
- Future Research Agenda for Sustainable Lifestyles
- Förändringsarbete ur ett ledarskapsperspektiv: Utmaningar och möjligheter för genusarbete vid Ekonomihögskolan i Lund
- The role of new business models for sustainable living.
- Inter-organizational coordination and the changing role-boundary in system innovation for sustainability: explorative case studies
- Mainstreaming best practices in energy demand
- Overview of sustainability initiatives in European food retail sector
- Public perceptions and values and perceptions of importance for Sustainable Consumption policy?
- Sustainability transition in food retail industry
- Sustainable Consumption and Production Tools
- The role of values and public perceptions in policy making for Sustainable Consumption
- The role of values and public perceptions in policy making for sustainable consumption
- Dispelling the myths about consumption behaviour
- Exercising CSR through socially responsible purchasing: Swedish organisations in focus
- Livsmedelshandelns roll för gröna marknader: Avfall bästa gren
- Revisiting the lock-in hypothesis on sustainable lifestyles: empirical evidence from consumption of leisure in three Swedish destinations
- Socio-economic aspects of farmers' markets in Sweden
- Sustainable Consumption and Production
- Sustainable businesses practices in supply chains: learning from Swedish companies
- The Impacts of Household Consumption and Options for Change
- The Role of Formal and Informal Forces in Shaping Consumption and Implications for a Sustainable Society. Part I
- The Role of Formal and Informal Forces in Shaping Consumption and Implications for a Sustainable Society. Part II
- The implementation of socially responsible purchasing in Swedish organisations
- Towards sustainable retail: overview of retail practices in Europe
- Understanding the complexity of consumer behaviour and implications for the sustainable consumption discourse
- Effectiveness of Policy Instruments for Sustainable Consumption and Production
- Exploring socially responsible purchasing in Swedish organisations
- Gaps in SCP instruments and strategies
- Green procurement policies and practices
- Scoping study on consumption behaviour and policies for change
- Social classes and consumer segmentation: state-of-the-art, consumption drivers and implications for sustainable consumption
- Socially responsible purchasing in the supply chain drivers and barriers in Sweden
- Survey on consumption behaviour and its driving forces
- Sustainable consumption in a new green economy
- Systemic approaches to innovation and some lessons for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP)
- Actors perspective on consumption and production
- Actors perspective on sustainable consumption and production
- Gaining legitimacy in contemporary world
- In search of sustainable lifestyles
- Is de-growth possible?
- Klimatmärkning av mat
- Out of Control?
- Product-service systems:
- Regional Cooperation in Waste Management
- Socially responsible purchasing in the supply chain
- Sustainability analysis of a product service system in Latin America
- Sustainable Consumption Policies Effectiveness Evaluation
- Sustainable consumption progress: should we be proud or alarmed?
- System challenges in addressing sustainable consumption and production
- System dynamics to diagnose and devise patterns for sustainable consumption and production
- Systemic changes and sustainable consumption and production
- Systems challenges: profit, growth, and speed
- Ecological Economics Research Trends
- Innovative approaches to optimising design and use of durable consumer goods
- Product Ban versus Strict Regulation: the Case of Trichlorethylene Use in Sweden and Germany
- Public policy for sustainable consumption
- Sustainable consumption and resource management in the light of life cycle thinking
- System Perspective on Service Provision: A case of community-based washing centres for households
- The role of households in SCP agenda: A one-actor show or concerted action?
- A new business model for baby prams based on easing and product remanufacturing
- Chemical management services in Sweden and Europe - Lessons for the future
- Chemical management services: safeguarding environmental outcomes. Environmental Management Accounting and Cleaner Production
- Product-Service Systems: reviewing achievements and refining the research agenda
- Product-service systems in examples. International Conference on Environmental Management and Innovation
- Systemic Changes and Sustainable Consumption and Production
- The role of households in SCP agenda: a stand-up act or concerted action?
- Desmaterialización. Sistemas Producto-Servicio una estrategia diferente de negocios [Dematerialisation. Product Service Systems - a different strategy for businesses]
- Life cycle management from a service perspective: A case of community-based services for households
- Sustainable Consumption. Research and Policies
- Sustainable consumption and sustainable resource management: a missing link or a lost opportunity?
- Sustainable consumption progress: should we be proud or alarmed?
- Sustainable consumption: at the cross-road of environmental and consumer policies
- The divergent picture of Chemical Product Services in Sweden.
- Customer satisfaction: review of literature and application to the product-service systems
- Editorial for the special issue of the Journal of Cleaner Production on Product Service Systems
- Product Servicizing: the Role of ICT
- The role of public policy in advancement of product service systems
- Who creates the market for green products?
- Av vem skapas marknaden för miljöanpassade produkter?
- Clarifying the Concept of Product-Service System
- Drivers and Barriers for shifting towards more service-oriented businesses: Analysis of the PSS field and contributions from Sweden
- Ekologicheskoje upravlenije i bolee chistoje proizvodstvo [Environmental management and cleaner production: a handbook]
- Functional Thinking: The role of functional sales and product service systems for a function-based society
- Funktionsperspektiv på varor och tjänster
- Tjänstesektorn och miljön
- Introducing and developing a Product-Service System (PSS) concept in Sweden
- Leasing: A Step Toward Producer Responsibility
- Product-service system concept as a means of reaching sustainable consumption
- Reaching Sustainable Consumption through the concept of a Product Service System (PSS)
- The Swedish Product Choice Principle
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