His primary scientific interests are in Corporate governance, Politics, Modernization theory, Political economy and Policy analysis. In general Corporate governance study, his work on Environmental governance often relates to the realm of Discourse analysis, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Politics study combines topics in areas such as Forest management, Management and Economy.
The Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Legislation and Negotiation. His research on Policy analysis also deals with topics like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Corporate governance, Environmental resource management, Politics, Public administration and Forest management. His Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Government, Power, Economic system and State. His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Land use, Environmental planning, Agriculture, Deforestation and Climate change.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Modernization theory, Policy analysis and Political economy. His work deals with themes such as Convention on Biological Diversity, Civil society, Negotiation, Legitimacy and Institutionalisation, which intersect with Public administration. His work in the fields of Forest management, such as Community forestry, overlaps with other areas such as Production and Incentive.
Bas Arts mainly investigates Corporate governance, Environmental resource management, Forest management, Politics and Agriculture. His study in Corporate governance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Regional science, Economic system, Sustainable forest management and Public administration. He interconnects Habitats Directive, Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation and Environmental planning in the investigation of issues within Environmental resource management.
His Forest management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Citizen journalism and Power. His Politics research incorporates themes from Self-governance, Sustainability and Multitude. The study incorporates disciplines such as Global warming and Climate policy in addition to Agriculture.
His primary areas of study are Nature Conservation, Corporate governance, Politics, Environmental resource management and Public economics. As a part of the same scientific study, Bas Arts usually deals with the Nature Conservation, concentrating on Environmental economics and frequently concerns with Agriculture and Community of practice. His study on Project governance is often connected to Socioeconomic status as part of broader study in Corporate governance.
The concepts of his Politics study are interwoven with issues in Mainstream and Public administration. His Environmental resource management research includes elements of Forest management and Place attachment. His research investigates the link between Public economics and topics such as Natura 2000 that cross with problems in Member states.
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Policy and power: A conceptual framework between the 'old' and 'new' policy idioms
B.J.M. Arts;J.P.M. van Tatenhove.
Policy Sciences (2004)
Forests, discourses, institutions; A discursive-institutional analysis of global forest governance
Bas Arts;Marleen Buizer.
Forest Policy and Economics (2009)
The political influence of global NGOs : case studies on the climate and biodiversity conventions
Political Modernisation and Policy Arrangements: A Framework for Understanding Environmental Policy Change
Bas Arts;Pieter Leroy;Jan van Tatenhove.
Public Organization Review (2006)
Political modernisation and the environment : the renewal of environmental policy arrangements
Jan van Tatenhove;Bas Arts;Pieter Leroy.
Institutional Dynamics in Environmental Governance
Pieter Leroy;Bas Arts.
Arts, B.J.M. ; Leroy, P. (ed.), Institutional Dynamics in Environmental Governance (2006)
Discursive shifts in Dutch river management: ‘deep’ institutional change or adaptation strategy?
M. A. Wiering;B. J. M. Arts.
'Green Alliances' of Business and NGOs. New Styles of Self-Regulation or 'Dead-End Roads'?
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management (2002)
Non-state actors in international relations
Bas Arts;Math Noortmann;Bob Reinalda.
The evolution of REDD+: An analysis of discursive-institutional dynamics
Jan Willem den Besten;Jan Willem den Besten;Bas Arts;Patrick Verkooijen.
Environmental Science & Policy (2014)
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