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Caird, Sally; Lane, Andrew; Swithenby, Edward; Roy, Robin and Potter, Stephen (2015). Design of higher education teaching models and carbon impacts. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 16(2) article ID IJSHE-06-2013-0065.R2 (In Press). file

Roy, R. and Caird, S. (2013). Diffusion, user experiences and performance of UK domestic heat pumps. Energy Science and Technology, 6(2) pp. 14–23. file

Roy, Robin and Tovey, Michael (2012). Bicycle design: creativity and innovation. In: Tovey, Michael ed. Design for Transport: A User-Centred Approach to Vehicle Design and Travel. Farnham UK: Gower, pp. 167–200.

Roy, Robin (2012). Case studies in low carbon living. In: Herring, Horace ed. Living in a Low Carbon Society in 2050. Energy, Climate and the Environment. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 95–120. file

Caird, Sally; Roy, Robin and Potter, Stephen (2012). Domestic heat pumps in the UK: user behaviour, satisfaction and performance. Energy Efficiency, 5(3) pp. 283–301. file

Caird, Sally and Roy, Robin (2010). Adoption and use of household microgeneration heat technologies. Low Carbon Economy, 1(2) pp. 61–70. file

Caird, Sally and Roy, Robin (2010). Yes in my back yard: UK householders pioneering technologies. In: Devine-Wright, Patrick ed. Renewable Energy and the Public. London: Earthscan, pp. 203–219. file

Roy, Robin; Caird, Sally and Potter, Stephen (2010). Getting warmer: a field trial of heat pumps. The Energy Saving Trust, London, UK. file

Caird, Sally; Roy, Robin and Potter, Stephen (2010). Heat pump user experiences, behaviour and satisfaction. The Open University Design Innovation Group, Milton Keynes UK.

Roy, Robin and Caird, Sally (2009). Who adopts microheating technologies? Green Building Magazine, 19(2) pp. 44–47. file

Roy, Robin (2009). Achieving the carbon dioxide saving potential of domestic heat pumps in the UK: an evaluation of technical performance and user behaviour. Design Innovation Group, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. file

Roy, Robin (2009). Designing for sustainability. In: Wilson, Gordon; Furniss, Pamela and Kimbowa, Richard eds. Environment, Development, and Sustainability: Perspectives and cases from around the world. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 203–212.

Roy, Robin and Caird, Sally (2008). Design Improvements from users’ experiences of low and zero carbon technologies. International Journal of Performability Engineering, 4(4) pp. 357–370. file

Caird, Sally and Roy, Robin (2008). User-centred improvements to energy efficiency products and renewable energy systems: research on household adoption and use. International Journal of Innovation Management, 12(3) pp. 327–355. file

Roy, Robin; Caird, Sally and Abelman, Jennie (2008). YIMBY Generation – yes in my back yard! UK householders pioneering microgeneration heat. The Energy Saving Trust, London, UK. file

Caird, Sally; Roy, Robin and Herring, Horace (2008). Improving the energy performance of UK households: Results from surveys of consumer adoption and use of low- and zero carbon technologies. Energy Efficiency, 1(2) pp. 149–166. file

Roy, Robin; Potter, Stephen and Yarrow, Karen (2008). Designing low carbon higher education systems: Environmental impacts of campus and distance learning systems. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 9(2) pp. 116–130. file

Riedel,, Johann; Roy, Robin and Potter, Stephen (2008). Design and market position - mapping the market with the MADRID market map. In: International Product Development Management Conference, 30 Jun - 1 Jul 2008, Hamburg, Germany. file

Caird, Sally; Roy, Robin; Potter, Stephen and Herring, Horace (2007). Consumer adoption of household energy efficiency measures, Report DIG-09. Design Innovation Group, The Open University. file

Caird, Sally; Roy, Robin; Potter, Stephen and Herring, Horace (2007). Consumer adoption and use of household renewable energy technologies, Report DIG-10. Design Innovation Group, The Open University. file

Roy, Robin and Caird, Sally (2007). Climate Change: the citizen's agenda Evidence to Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee. The Stationery Office, London, UK. file

Roy, Robin and Caird, Sally (2007). Designing low and zero carbon products and systems: improvements based on consumers’ experience of adoption and use. In: International Conference on Engineering Design ICED'07, Design for Society: Knowledge, innovation and sustainability, 28-30 August 2007, Paris, France. file

Caird, Sally; Herring, Horace and Roy, Robin (2007). Can consumers save energy? Results from surveys of consumer adoption and use of low and zero carbon technologies. In: European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy Summer Study 2007, 4-5 June 2007, La Colle sur Loup, Côte d’Azur, France.

Herring, Horace and Roy, Robin (2007). Technological innovation, energy efficient design and the rebound effect. Technovation, 27(4) pp. 194–203. file

Roy, Robin; Caird, Sally and Potter, Stephen (2007). People centred eco-design: consumer adoption of low and zero carbon products and systems. In: Murphy, Joseph ed. Governing Technology for Sustainability. London, UK: Earthscan, pp. 41–62. file

Caird, Sally and Roy, Robin (2006). Household ecological footprints - demographics and sustainability. Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 8(4) pp. 407–429.

Roy, Robin and Caird, Sally (2006). Designing low and zero carbon products and systems – adoption, effective use and innovation. In: Sustainable Innovation 06: 11th International Conference, 23-24 Oct 2006, Chicago, USA. file

Roy, Robin; Potter, Stephen; Yarrow, Karen and Smith, Mark (2005). Factor 10 Visions project: Higher Education Sector Towards Sustainable Higher Education: Environmental impacts of campus-based and distance higher education systems. Design Innovation Group, The Open University, Milton Keynes. file

Roy, Robin; Potter, Stephen and Yarrow, Karen (2004). Towards sustainable higher education: environmental impacts of conventional campus, print-based and electronic/open learning systems. In: Murphy, D; Carr, R; Taylor, J. and Wong, T.M eds. Distance Education & Technology: Issues and Practice. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong Press, pp. 129–145.

Herring, Horace and Roy, Robin (2002). Sustainable services, electronic education and the rebound effect. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 22(5) pp. 525–542. filefile

Roy, Robin and Potter, Stephen (2002). Factoring sustainability into the Higher Education product-service system. Journal of Sustainable Product Design, 2(3-4) pp. 105–117. filefile

Crompton, Sally; Roy, Robin and Caird, Sally (2002). Household ecological footprinting for active distance learning and challenge of personal lifestyles. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 3(4) pp. 313–323. file

Roy, Robin and Caird, Sally (2001). Household ecological footprints – moving towards sustainability? Town and Country Planning, 70(10) pp. 277–279. filefile

Roy, Robin and Caird, Sally (2001). Environmental actions to reduce household ecological footprints. International Journal of Environmental Education and Information, 4(2) pp. 315–332. file

Crompton, Sally; Caird, Sally and Roy, Robin (2001). An environmental assessment activity to promote active distance learning and challenge of personal lifestyles and values. In: 6th International auDES Conference: Bridging Minds and Markets. Emerging Issues in Environmental Education and Employment in Europe, 5 -7 Apr 2001, Venice, Italy. file

Roy, Robin (2000). The long-term benefits of investing in new product development by SMEs. International Journal of New Product Development and Innovation Management, 1(4) pp. 281–295.

Roy, Robin (2000). Sustainable product-service systems. Futures, 32(3-4) pp. 289–299.

Potter, Stephen and Roy, Robin (2000). Using scenarios to identify innovation priorities in the UK railway industry. International Journal of Innovation Management, 4(2) pp. 229–252.

Walker, David and Roy, Robin (1999). The Design Innovation Group: origins, development and future. The Design Journal, 2(3) pp. 2–12. file

Roy, Robin; Reidel, Johann and Potter, Stephen (1998). Firms and markets that profit from investment in design and product development. The Design Journal, 1(2) pp. 3–16. filefile

Caird, Sally; Roy, Robin and Wield, David (1997). Team approaches to developing innovative projects and processes. International Journal of Innovation Management, 1(4) pp. 333–354.

Roy, Robin and Reidel, Johann C. k. h. (1997). Design and innovation in successful product competition. Technovation, 17(10) pp. 537–548. file

Roy, Robin (1997). 'Design for environment' in practice — development of the Hoover ‘New Wave’ washing machine range. Journal of Sustainable Product Design(1) pp. 36–43. file

Roy, Robin (1996). Designing a greener product: the Hoover 'New Wave' washing machine range. Co-Design: the interdisciplinary journal of design and contextual studies(5-6) pp. 34–39. file

Roy, Robin and Potter, Stephen (1996). Managing engineering design in complex supply chains. International Journal of Technology Management, 12(4) pp. 403–420. file

Wield, David and Roy, Robin (1995). R&D and corporate strategies in UK materials-innovating companies. Technovation, 15(4) pp. 95–210.

Bruce, Margaret; Potter, Stephen and Roy, Robin (1995). The risks and rewards of design investment. Journal of Marketing Management, 11 pp. 403–417.

Roy, Robin (1994). The evolution of ecodesign. Technovation, 14(6) pp. 363–380. file

Caird, Sally; Roy, Robin and Wield, David (1994). Problems Experienced by Engineers with Environmental Product Development Projects. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 6(2) pp. 177–188.

Roy, Robin (1994). Can the benefits of good design be quantified? Design Management Journal, 5(2) pp. 9–17. file

Roy, Robin (1993). Case studies of creativity in innovative product development. Design Studies, 14(4) pp. 423–443. file

Walsh, Vivien; Roy, Robin; Bruce, Margaret and Potter, Stephen (1993). Perspectives on design and innovation. Creativity and Innovation Management, 2(2) pp. 78–86.

Roy, Robin and Potter, Stephen (1993). The commercial impacts of investment in design. Design Studies, 14(2) pp. 171–193. file

Walsh, Vivien; Roy, Robin; Bruce, Margaret and Potter, Stephen (1992). Winning by Design: Technology, Product Design and International Competitiveness. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers.

Bruce, Margaret and Roy, Robin (1991). Integrating marketing and design for commercial benefit. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, 9(5) pp. 23–28.

Turner, Calum; Roy, Robin and Wield, David (1990). Materials: A new revolutionary generic technology? Conditions and policies for innovation. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 2(3) pp. 221–235.

Roy, Robin and Potter, Stephen (1990). Managing design projects in small and medium sized firms. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 2(3) pp. 321–336. file

Walsh, Vivien; Roy, Robin and Bruce, Margaret (1988). Competitive by design. Journal of Marketing Management, 4(2) pp. 201–216.

Roy, Robin and Wield, David (1986). Product design and technological innovation. UK: Open University Press.

Walsh, Vivien and Roy, Robin (1985). The designer as 'gatekeeper' in manufacturing industry. Design Studies, 6(3) pp. 127–133.

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