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Industrial Symbiosis Network implementation ABM (version 1.1.0)

Industrial Symbiosis Network implementation ABM (version 1.1.0)

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This is a repository containing an agent-based model (code, data, documents and results) of Industrial Symbiosis Network implementation. The repository is related to the publication: Lange, K.P., Korevaar, G., Nikolic, I., Herder, P.M., 2021. Actor Behaviour and Robustness of Industrial Symbiosis Networks: An Agent-Based Modelling Approach, 2020:64:4. JASSS. https://doi.org/10.18564/JASSS.4635 The purpose of the model is to explore the influence of actor behaviour, combined with environment and business model design, on the survival rates of Industrial Symbiosis Networks (ISN), and the cash flows of the agents. We define an ISN to be robust, when it is able to run for 10 years, without falling apart due to leaving agents. The model simulates the implementation of local waste exchange collaborations for compost production, through the ISN implementation stages of awareness, planning, negotiation, implementation, and evaluation. One central firm plays the role of waste processor in a local composting initiative. This firm negotiates with other firms to become a supplier of their organic residual streams. The waste suppliers in the model can decide to join the initiative, or to have the waste brought to the external waste incinerator. The focal point of the model are the company-level interactions during the implementation or ending of synergies. The model consists of three types of actors, waste suppliers, processor, and incinerators. The modeled waste supplier and processor are part of the ISN. In the model these agent types negotiate and evaluate the outcomes by means of the Theory of Planned Behavior. The modeled incinerator is part of the external environment. This agent acts as the infinite sink of all waste flows, taking up op the waste that is not used in the local composting initiative.

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OrganisatieHogeschool van Amsterdam
AfdelingKenniscentrum Techniek
LectoraatLectoraat Circulair Ontwerpen en Ondernemen
Gepubliceerd inPromotieonderzoek K.P.H. Lange
Datum2021-06-16
TypeAndersoortig materiaal
DOI10.25937/dt95-xk35
TaalEngels

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