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Näyhä Annukka, Postdoctoral Researcher / Tutkijatohtori

Corporate Environmental Management
Kärki Ab355


Annukka Näyhä holds a Ph.D. in Corporate Environmental Management and a M.Sc. degree in Biology. Näyhä has previously worked as a researcher at the University of Eastern Finland (School of Forest Sciences) and at the University of Turku (Finland Futures Research Centre and Archipelago Research Institute). She was a visiting scholar at the Energy and Resources Group at UC Berkeley in 2008-2009, and again in 2011. Lately her research projects have concentrated on new forest-based sector services and products. She has also extensive experience in teaching; before her academic career she worked as a Natural Sciences teacher. Näyhä has also degree in Adult Education.

Areas of Interests

Future bioeconomy and forest-based sector:
-sustainable bio-based products, services, innovations and business models (e.g. biorefineries)
-change processes (servitization), strategies and resources in bio-based sector companies
-value creation and distribution in future bioeconomy
-foresight and future studies 

Recent Publications

  • Näyhä, A., Pelli, P. & Hetemäki, L. (2015). Services in the forest-based sector – unexplored futures, Foresight, Vol. 17 Iss. 4, pp. 378–398.
  • Näyhä, A., Hetemäki L. & Stern, T. (2014). New Products Outlook. In Hetemäki, L. (Ed.), Chapter 4, Future of the European Forest-Based Sector: Structural Changes Towards Bioeconomy, What Science Can Tell Us 6, 2014, 110, EFI, Joensuu, Finland, ISBN: 978-952-5890-165.
  • Näyhä, A., Pelli, P. & Hetemäki, L. (2014). Forest-based Services Outlook. In Hetemäki, L. (Ed.), Chapter 5, Future of the European Forest-Based Sector: Structural Changes Towards Bioeconomy, What Science Can Tell Us 6, 2014, 110, EFI, Joensuu, Finland; ISBN: 978-952-5890-165.
  • Hänninen, R., Hetemäki, L., Hurmekoski, E., Mutanen, A, Näyhä, A., Forsström, J., Viitanen, J. & Koljonen, T. (2014).  Technical Report: European Forest Industry and Forest Bioenergy Long Term Outlook: A Synthesis. FIBIC/CLEEN, Research report No. D 1.1.1.
  • Näyhä, A. & Pesonen, H.-L. (2013). Strategic Change in the Forest Industry Towards the biorefining business, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 81, No. 1, pp. 259-271.
  • Näyhä, A. & Horn, S. (2012). Environmental sustainability – aspects and criteria in forest biorefineries, Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, Vol. 3, Iss. 2, pp. 161–185.
  • Näyhä, A. & Pesonen, H.-L. (2012). Diffusion of forest biorefineries in Scandinavia and North America, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 79, Iss. 6, pp. 1111-1120.
  • Hämäläinen, S., Näyhä, A. & Pesonen, H-L. (2011). Forest Biorefineries – Business opportunity for Finnish forest cluster, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 19, No. 16, pp. 1884-1891.
  • Näyhä, A., Hämäläinen, S. & Pesonen, H.-L. (2011). Forest biorefineries – a serious global business opportunity. In Alen, R. (Ed.), Chapter 4, Biorefining of Forest Resources, Bookwell Oy, Porvoo.

Teaching (list of courses)

  • CEMS210 Material Flow Management, autumn 2016
  • CEMS270 Climate Business, spring 2016
  • CEMS991 Master's Level Research Tutorial, spring 2016
  • CEMS2110 Sustainability Transition and Business, fall 2017

  • CEMS2150 Corporate Strategies for Sustainable Business, spring 2018




17. lokakuuta 2017, viikko 42, Saini, Saana. (*)

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