Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Andrew Stirling focuses on Politics, Corporate governance, Sustainability, Management science and Framing. His Politics research incorporates themes from Environmental planning, Public relations, Environmental ethics, Public policy and Reflexivity. Andrew Stirling studies Transition management, a branch of Corporate governance.
His Sustainability research includes themes of Power, Environmental resource management and Diversity. His Management science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quality, Modern portfolio theory, Scope, Diversity and Cultural diversity. The Framing study combines topics in areas such as Citizen journalism, Positive economics and Deliberation.
His primary areas of study are Corporate governance, Sustainability, Politics, Precautionary principle and Management science. His work deals with themes such as Engineering ethics, Agency, Public relations, Sociotechnical system and Normative, which intersect with Corporate governance. His biological study deals with issues like Environmental resource management, which deal with fields such as Environmental planning.
His research on Politics often connects related areas such as Social science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Risk analysis, Risk management and Law and economics in addition to Precautionary principle. Management science is frequently linked to Framing in his study.
Politics, Nuclear power, Corporate governance, Sustainability and Democracy are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Blame and Set as well as Politics. The various areas that Andrew Stirling examines in his Corporate governance study include Precautionary principle, Engineering ethics, Mechanism, Public relations and Sophistication.
His Sustainability study incorporates themes from Public administration, Environmental ethics, Foundation and Sustainable development. His Environmental ethics research incorporates elements of Modernity, Social sustainability, Environmental resource management and Normative. His Democracy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sociotechnical system, Nuclear renaissance, Positive economics and Grassroots.
Andrew Stirling focuses on Politics, Sustainability, Nuclear power, Democracy and Corporate governance. His study in Politics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sociotechnical system, Blame and Set. His Sustainability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Foundation, General partnership, Agency, Public administration and Sustainable development.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Nuclear power, Renewable energy are connected with Agricultural economics, China and Economic system and other disciplines. His research integrates issues of Social value orientations, Positive economics, Harm and Political economy in his study of Democracy. Andrew Stirling has researched Corporate governance in several fields, including Public participation, Public relations, Engineering ethics and Mechanism.
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The governance of sustainable socio-technical transitions
Adrian Smith;Andrew Stirling;Frans Berkhout;Frans Berkhout.
Research Policy (2005)
"Opening up" and "closing down" power, participation, and pluralism in the social appraisal of technology
Science, Technology, & Human Values (2008)
A general framework for analysing diversity in science, technology and society.
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2007)
The politics of social-ecological resilience and sustainable socio-technical transitions
Adrian Smith;Andy C Stirling.
Ecology and Society (2010)
Keep it complex
Dynamic Sustainabilities: Technology, Environment, Social Justice
Melissa Leach;Ian Scoones;Andy Stirling.
How journal rankings can suppress interdisciplinary research: A comparison between Innovation Studies and Business & Management
Ismael Rafols;Ismael Rafols;Loet Leydesdorff;Alice O'Hare;Paul Nightingale.
Research Policy (2012)
On the economics and analysis of diversity
The Precautionary Principle in the 20th Century : Late Lessons from Early Warnings
Paul Harremoes;David Gee;Malcom MacGarvin;Andy Stirling.
Transforming power: Social science and the politics of energy choices
Energy research and social science (2014)
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