The Continuation of Living Labs between Theoretical Conception and Practical Implementation – An Empirical Study Authors Nora Schecke Abeer Abdulnabi Ali Anna Bönisch Stefan Schweiger DOI: https://doi.org/10.14512/rur.52 Keywords: Continuation, socio-ecological transformation, transdisciplinary, living lab, ecology, sustainability Abstract The continuation of urban living labs has the potential to contribute substantially to a successful socio-ecological transformation. The article includes an analysis of selected third-party funded research projects, in which on the basis of a categorical approach to the concept of continuation it is determined, how the externally funded project framework affects the continuation of living labs. The analysis was carried out using partially standardized questionnaires and a qualitative content analysis of project-related result documentation. To be able to pursue this research project, characteristics of the topics continuity, transferability, contribution to transformation, reflexivity and learning process as well as transdisciplinarity were addressed. During the analysis, a critical examination of the implementation of living lab concepts is carried out. Downloads PDF (Deutsch) HTML (Deutsch) Published 2021-04-28 How to Cite Schecke, N., Abdulnabi Ali, A., Bönisch, A., & Schweiger, S. (2021). The Continuation of Living Labs between Theoretical Conception and Practical Implementation – An Empirical Study . Raumforschung Und Raumordnung | Spatial Research and Planning. https://doi.org/10.14512/rur.52 More Citation Formats ACM ACS APA ABNT Chicago Harvard IEEE MLA Turabian Vancouver Download Citation Endnote/Zotero/Mendeley (RIS) BibTeX Issue Online first Section Article License Copyright (c) 2021 Nora Schecke, Abeer Abdulnabi Ali, Anna Bönisch, Stefan Schweiger This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Articles in Raumforschung und Raumordnung - Spatial Research and Planing are published under a Creative Commons license. Until Vol. 79 No. 1, articles were published under a CC BY-SA license. From Vol. 79 No. 2 (2021), the license applied is the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License CC BY 4.0. Under this license, anyone may access, copy, redistribute, or adapt these articles, as long as the author and original source are properly cited and the contributions are distributed under the same license as the original.