Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
His primary areas of investigation include Sustainability, Economic system, Environmental resource management, Climate change and Context. Frans Berkhout has researched Economic system in several fields, including Resource efficiency, Corporate governance and Technological transitions. His Environmental resource management research incorporates elements of Transformative learning, Prosperity and Public administration.
He has included themes like Impact assessment and Framing in his Climate change study. Context is integrated with Transition management, Agency, Regime change, Distribution and Economy in his study. His work deals with themes such as Sociotechnical system and Sustainable development, which intersect with Transition management.
Frans Berkhout mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, Climate change, Sustainability, Environmental planning and Economic system. His biological study deals with issues like Corporate governance, which deal with fields such as Public economics and Government. His Climate change study incorporates themes from Framing and Public policy.
In general Sustainability, his work in Social sustainability is often linked to Context linking many areas of study. The various areas that Frans Berkhout examines in his Economic system study include Sociotechnical system, Economy and Sustainable development. His Sustainable development study often links to related topics such as Transition management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Sustainability, Environmental resource management, Climate change, Corporate governance and Industrial organization. His Sustainability study also includes fields such as
His Corporate governance study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Government. His Industrial organization course of study focuses on Renewable energy and Economic growth, Developing country and Innovation system. His work deals with themes such as Biogas and Economy, which intersect with International development.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sustainability, Earth system science, Environmental resource management, Social science and Anthropocene. He has researched Sustainability in several fields, including Typology, Management science, Economic geography, Framing and Economy. Frans Berkhout combines subjects such as Corporate governance, Prosperity and Civil society with his study of Environmental resource management.
The various areas that Frans Berkhout examines in his Corporate governance study include Quality, Ecology and Sociotechnical system. His study on Human systems engineering is often connected to Nexus, Futures studies and Natural as part of broader study in Social science. His research in Anthropocene intersects with topics in Discipline, International political economy and Futures contract.
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The governance of sustainable socio-technical transitions
Adrian Smith;Andrew Stirling;Frans Berkhout;Frans Berkhout.
The globalization of socio-ecological systems: An agenda for scientific research
Oran R. Young;Frans Berkhout;Gilberto C. Gallopin;Marco A. Janssen.
Socio-Technological Regimes and Transition Contexts
F.G.H. Berkhout;A. Smith;A. Stirlingh.
System Innovation and the Transition to Sustainability (2004)
Learning to Adapt: Organisational Adaptation to Climate Change Impacts
Frans Berkhout;Julia Hertin;David M. Gann.
Socio-economic futures in climate change impact assessment: using scenarios as ‘learning machines’
Frans Berkhout;Julia Hertin;Andrew Jordan.
Opening up knowledge systems for better responses to global environmental change
Sarah Cornell;Frans Berkhout;Willemijn Tuinstra;Willemijn Tuinstra;J. David Tàbara.
Space and scale in socio-technical transitions
Rpjm Rob Raven;JW Johan Schot;F Berkhout.
Technological regimes, path dependency and the environment
Evaluating sustainability transitions pathways: Bridging analytical approaches to address governance challenges
Bruno Turnheim;Frans Berkhout;Frank W. Geels;Andries Hof;Andries Hof.
Adaptation Opportunities, Constraints, and Limits
Richard J.T. Klein;Guy F. Midgley;Benjamin L. Preston;Mozaharul Alam.
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