David Benson focuses on Environmental resource management, Environmental governance, Directive, Water Framework Directive and Integrated water resources management. His studies deal with areas such as Environmental change, Positive economics, Politics and Value as well as Environmental resource management. The Environmental governance study combines topics in areas such as Institutionalism, Water security, Economic system and Sustainable development.
Among his Directive studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Drainage basin, Qualitative property, Public engagement, Public participation and Multi-level governance. In general Water Framework Directive study, his work on River basin management plans often relates to the realm of Stakeholder engagement, Environmental impact assessment, Public relations and Scope, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Integrated water resources management study combines topics in areas such as Policy implementation and Adaptive capacity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Environmental governance, Integrated water resources management and Economic system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stakeholder engagement and Agency in addition to Environmental resource management. His research investigates the connection between Environmental planning and topics such as Sustainable development that intersect with problems in Water security and Scholarship.
David Benson interconnects Multi-level governance and Value in the investigation of issues within Environmental governance. The concepts of his Integrated water resources management study are interwoven with issues in Adaptive capacity and Policy transfer. The various areas that David Benson examines in his Positive economics study include Public economics and Normative.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental planning, Water Framework Directive, Economic system, Energy policy and Integrated water resources management. David Benson has included themes like Environmental governance, Economic policy, Capacity building, Water sector and Development aid in his Environmental planning study. His research integrates issues of Entrepreneurship and Green economy in his study of Economic system.
His studies in Integrated water resources management integrate themes in fields like Poverty and Policy transfer. His Policy transfer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Restructuring and Scholarship. David Benson combines subjects such as National Water Policy and Accession with his study of Europeanisation.
David Benson spends much of his time researching Energy policy, Environmental planning, Entrepreneurship, Economic system and Scale. His study on Energy policy is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Institutionalism, Political economy, Action, Political action and Compromise. His research on Environmental planning often connects related topics like Stakeholder.
Other disciplines of study, such as Historical institutionalism, Regional science, Circular economy, Layering and Resource use, are mixed together with his Scale studies.
Transforming European Water Governance? Participation and River Basin Management under the EU Water Framework Directive in 13 Member States
Nicolas W. Jager;Edward Challies;Elisa Kochskämper;Jens Newig.
The water–energy–food (WEF) security nexus: the policy perspective of Bangladesh
Animesh K. Gain;Carlo Giupponi;David Benson.
Unravelling the scientific debate on how to address wolf-dog hybridization in Europe
Valerio Donfrancesco;Paolo Ciucci;Valeria Salvatori;David Benson.
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution (2019)
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