|Title:||Achieving Sustainable Mobility. The Discontinuation of the Socio-Technical Regime of Automobility|
|Abstract:||So far, research on sustainable transitions has predominantly focussed on the management of innovation processes and mostly neglected that political decision-making has also to consider the discontinuation of the established socio-technical regime. We will present a case study on the automobility regime as an example of discontinuation governance “in the making”. Analysing policies and actor constellations on local, national, and supranational levels, we try to figure out strategies and measures that have been applied to (politically) challenge the automobility regime. Additionally, we propose combining three analytical models in order to grasp these developments, namely the multi-level perspective (MLP), the multi-level governance (MLG) and actor-centred approaches.|
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