The purpose of this study is to investigate under which dimensions the macro-environment for liquid biofuels has been structured during time, respectively by science, mass media, and government in Germany, and how these three social expressions related to each other. Research was carried out on German official government documents, mass media news, and scientific papers on the topic ‘liquid biofuels’. Text Mining was used to extract knowledge from their content. The results indicate that in configurating the macro-environment for liquid biofuels there is some degree of proximity between media and government, less between media and science, and the least between government and science
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
|Event||20th Annual World Food and Agribusiness Symposium, Boston, MA, USA - |
Duration: 19 Jun 2010 → 20 Jun 2010
|Conference||20th Annual World Food and Agribusiness Symposium, Boston, MA, USA|
|Period||19/06/10 → 20/06/10|
Wubben, E. F. M., Talamini, E., & Dewes, H. (2010). The macro-environment for liquid biofuels in the US mass media, science and government. Paper presented at 20th Annual World Food and Agribusiness Symposium, Boston, MA, USA, .