Andrea Lenschow combines topics linked to Typology and German with her work on Archaeology. In her articles, Andrea Lenschow combines various disciplines, including Typology and Archaeology. Her Psychiatry research is intertwined with Coping (psychology) and Neglect. She regularly ties together related areas like Psychiatry in her Coping (psychology) studies. Her Social science study frequently involves adjacent topics like Embeddedness and Agency (philosophy). She performs integrative study on Law and Law and economics. Her work blends Law and economics and Law studies together. Her study on European union is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Member states. Andrea Lenschow frequently studies issues relating to European union and Member states.
As a member of one scientific family, Andrea Lenschow mostly works in the field of Economic policy, focusing on European union and, on occasion, International trade. Her research on International trade often connects related topics like European union. She performs integrative study on Law and Social science. Andrea Lenschow performs integrative Social science and Law research in her work. She integrates several fields in her works, including Environmental resource management and Sustainability. In her work, Andrea Lenschow performs multidisciplinary research in Sustainability and Ecology. She brings together Ecology and Environmental resource management to produce work in her papers. In her works, Andrea Lenschow undertakes multidisciplinary study on Finance and Corporate governance. Her Environmental governance research extends to the thematically linked field of Corporate governance.
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Globalization's limits to the environmental state? Integrating telecoupling into global environmental governance
Andrea Lenschow;Jens Newig;Edward Challies.
Spillover systems in a telecoupled Anthropocene: typology, methods, and governance for global sustainability
Jianguo Liu;Yue Dou;Mateus Batistella;Mateus Batistella;Edward Challies;Edward Challies.
What role for social–ecological systems research in governing global teleconnections?
Edward Challies;Jens Newig;Andrea Lenschow.
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